• East Scenic Drive Stabilization Work Continues Monday
    A portion of East Scenic Drive in The Dalles will be closed for about 14 days as work on the second phase of a stabilization project takes place.  Work begins Monday at 7 a.m. on East Scenic Drive between East 16th and Jefferson streets.  Local access will be provided to residents.  Detour routes to get […] The post East Scenic Drive Stabilization Work Conti […]
  • CGCC Receives Donations
    It’s been a busy time for the Columbia Gorge Community College Foundation.  Foundation director Stephanie Hoppe reports a number of major donations in recent weeks.  She says a pair of dedicated scholarships in the school’s new education program to train new teachers in partnership with Oregon State University have been established.  General Pacific, a whole […]
  • January 22 Prep Sports Roundup
    Girls Basketball Trout Lake 43, Hood River Valley 36 Columbia 78, Castle Rock 49 Stevenson 49, Seton Catholic 38 The post January 22 Prep Sports Roundup appeared first on Gorge Radio.
  • Hood River Boil Advisory Lifted
    The City of Hood River’s boil water advisory has been lifted. City officials said in a statement Wednesday afternoon that test results confirmed no evidence of harmful bacteria in the municipal water system due to a water line break on Sunday in the downtown area, and the City’s water is safe for drinking. Hood River […] The post Hood River Boil Advisory Lif […]
  • HR County Commissioners Agree On Public Safety Levy Rate
    The Hood River County Commission has settled on a rate of 78 cents per thousand dollars of assessed property value for a five-year public safety levy that will be put before voters on the May ballot.  County Commissioners had been somewhat split on a rate between 78 and 83 cents during recent worksessions, trying to […] The post HR County Commissioners Agree […]
  • Wasco 2040 To Discuss Wildlife, Forests, And Recreation
    Wasco 2040, Wasco County’s Comprehensive Plan update, will be discussing goals relating to wildlife, forests, and recreation over the next few months.  Wasco County Long-Range Planner Kelly Howsley-Glover this could be one of the most contentious parts of the process, noting wildlife map revisions in the past have brought up both private property and conserv […]
  • Wind Challenge Entries Accepted Until February 3
    Entries are being taken from high school and middle school teams to compete in the annual Wind Challenge set for March 14 at the Fort Dalles Readiness Center.  Google, Columbia Gorge Community College, and the Gorge Technology Alliance sponsor the event.  Jessica Metta of the Gorge Tech Alliance says it’s a unique one-day event where […] The post Wind Challe […]
  • The Dalles Now Waits For “Revolution” Vote Count
    After a furious week of getting out the vote, The Dalles will now wait to see if it has paid off. Voting to determine which of five hopeful towns will be featured on the “Small Business Revolution” program finished last night…and the winning community will be announced next week. There will be a watch party […] The post The Dalles Now Waits For “Revolution” […]
  • Prep Sports Roundup For January 21
    Boys Basketball Pendleton 78, Hood River Valley 61:  Tanner Sweek scored 14 of his 18 points in the second half as the Buckaroos dominated the paint on the way to the win in the Intermountain Conference season opener for both teams.  Dakota Sams led for Pendleton players in double figures with 25 points, while Noah […] The post Prep Sports Roundup For Januar […]
  • Klickitat County Honors SAR Volunteers
    Klickitat County honored its search and rescue volunteers at a recent appreciation night event in Goldendale.  Three new members were recognized with commemorative SAR pins, including K9 Ellie and handler Jim Jones.  Recognition went to Jeff Adams and Tom Cochrane for 5 years of volunteer service and LeRoy Booth for 10 years of volunteer service.  […] The po […]