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  • Oregon Class 5A Baseball/Softball Playoffs

    Oregon Class 5A Baseball Quarterfinal Hood River Valley 2, Ashland 0: Patrick Harvey hit two home runs while Connor Coerper pitched a two-hitter to lead HRV to the win and keep their hopes of...

  • Memorial Day Observances Planned

    Memorial Day observances are planned around the Mid-Columbia on Monday. In Hood River there will be a ceremony at Idlewilde Cemetery beginning at 11 a.m., with presentations by American Legion Post...

  • TD Planning Makes Marijuana Zoning Recommendations

    The Dalles City Planning Commission is sending a series of recommendations to the City Council on zoning for the processing, production, wholesaling, and retailing of recreational marijuana. When it..

  • Houses Passes Forest Management Bill Again; Walden Calls For Senate To Act

    The U.S. House has once again passed a bill supporters believe would streamline forest management and reduce the threat of catastrophic wildfire. Passage of the Resilient Federal Forests Act came as..

  • May 25 Prep Sports Roundup

    Oregon Class 5-A Baseball Tournament First Round Hood River Valley 17, Eagle Point 3: HRV scored five runs in both of the first two innings and cruised to the win. Kellen Duffy had a homer and drove..

  • Port of HR Progresses On Lower Mill Property

    The Port of Hood River is progressing on preparing the former Lower Hanel Mill property for use as a light industrial park. Port Commissioners got an initial look at draft design guidelines for the...

  • North Wasco Aquatic Center Open Memorial Day

    The Northern Wasco County Aquatic Center will be open on Memorial Day and the following weekend before fully opening for the season on June 11. Northern Wasco County Parks and Recreation District...

  • HR Council To Talk STR Licensing Issues June 6

    Hood River City Councilors have scheduled a June 6 meeting to discuss potential licensing issues for short-term rentals. Councilors talk about the subject during their regular meeting on Monday, but..

  • TD Council Approves 16-17 Budget; Dog River Pipeline Replacement Included

    The Dalles City Council approved a budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year on Monday night. No one testified during a public hearing prior to the approval vote. Mayor Steve Lawrence says the big item in...

  • Picard Resigns After Decade On Hood River Council

    Hood River City Councilor Laurent Picard has stepped down from the panel. Picard made the announcement at the end of Monday night's Council meeting. He had served on the City Council for...

Pelicans' Dejean-Jones Killed After Going to Wrong Apartment

Sunday, May 29, 2016 10:47am

New Orleans Pelicans guard Bryce Dejean-Jones was fatally shot on his daughter's first birthday after kicking down the door of what he mistakenly thought was his girlfriend's apartment in Dallas

Driver's Family Press Charges Over US Drone Hit on Pakistan

Sunday, May 29, 2016 10:47am

A Pakistani officer says police have registered a case against unknown U.S. officials, seeking to press murder charges over a May 21 drone strike that killed Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour, and a driver

Lady Gaga Lays Down Her Latest Track at Indy Speedway

Sunday, May 29, 2016 10:46am

Lady Gaga lays down her latest track at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Oregon Collie Saved by Sharp-Eyed Vet Intern

Sunday, May 29, 2016 10:46am

A sharp-eyed vet intern in Oregon spotted a tick just before a paralyzed collie was to be euthanized

Altered State: Border Redraw Moves 19 Homes in the Carolinas

Sunday, May 29, 2016 10:44am

South Carolina and North Carolina have redrawn the border between the two states with GPS technology that allows them to confirm the boundary lines established more than 200 years ago down to the centimeter