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  • Port of HR Committee Gets Look At West Edge Plans

    The Port of Hood River's Nichols Basin west edge pedestrian path project committee got a look at preliminary design plans from consultant Walker/Macy. Port Executive Director Michael McElwee...

  • Gorge Commission Readies Funding Requests

    The Columbia River Gorge Commission is preparing to make a pitch to Oregon and Washington lawmakers for funding to add staff to cut down on the back log of tasks it is facing after years of budget...

  • Wyden Presses For Wildfire Money

    Oregon Senator Ron Wyden pressed for passage of an emergency funding bill that would provide additional money to fight catastrophic wildfires in the West. Wyden and Idaho Senator Mike Crapo have...

  • Klebes Named Main Street Executive

    The Dalles Main Street has hired Matthew Klebes as its first executive director. Klebes has been an AmeriCorps Resource Assistance for Rural Environments volunteer in The Dalles since August of last..

  • MINT Arrests Man On Drug And Firearm Charges

    A 43-year-old man was arrested at his home in The Dalles on Wednesday by the Mid-Columbia Narcotics Task Force. The Dalles Police Chief Jay Waterbury says Shonn David Watson was taken into custody as.

  • PUD Seeks Whoever Damaged Power Pole

    Northern Wasco County PUD is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever was responsible for damage to a power pole in The Dalles. The PUD says the pole...

  • Next State Street Phase Starts Monday

    The next phase of the State Street Urban Renewal Project will begin on Monday. Excavation to extend underground utilities from Front and State Street east to the intersection of East 2nd and State...

  • Fire Destroys Home In Columbia View Heights Area

    Fire destroyed a modular home in the Columbia View Heights area of The Dalles on Monday afternoon. Mid-Columbia Fire and Rescue Chief Bob Palmer says the fire at 422 Summit Ridge Drive occurred...

  • HR Council Approves IGA With Port

    Hood River City Councilors approved an intergovernmental agreement with the Port of Hood River to allow the City to build a new pipe on Port land to put treated effluent from the municipal wastewater.

  • TD Council To Wait And See On Gas Tax

    By a three-to-two vote, The Dalles City Council voted to wait and see what Wasco County decides to do with its proposed road district before placing a three-cent a gallon municipal gas tax increase...

Severed Leg Found in Dublin Recycling Plant

Friday, August 1, 2014 4:21am

Severed human leg found at Dublin recycling plant; police search for rest of body

35 Killed, Soldier Missing as Gaza Truce Unravels

Friday, August 1, 2014 4:18am

At least 35 Palestinians killed, Israeli soldier 'feared' captured, as Gaza truce unravels

Chrysler US Sales Climb 20 Percent in July

Friday, August 1, 2014 4:18am

Chrysler US sales up 20 percent in July, best performance for the month in 9 years

Slovenia Ex-Premier Gets Brief Prison Furlough

Friday, August 1, 2014 4:17am

Slovenia ex-premier granted prison furlough for parliament session amid divisions over seat

Solid US Job Gains Expected for 6th Straight Month

Friday, August 1, 2014 4:15am

A sixth straight month of solid 200,000-plus US job growth is expected for July

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