Stories for October 2002

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Wednesday, October 30

  

Big Island Shindig plays Halloween

Miles Ahead takes their name and their desire to push the boundaries of musical excellence from the legendary Miles Davis. However, this band is no weak homage or cliche ridden cover group. The group doesn't even have a trumpet player. The musicians are bright new voices, creating new music, extending new vistas in jazz which you can hear tonight, starting at 9:30 p.m. at the River City Saloon.

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Tuesday, October 29



Krizman sets new school, state marks

Jacobe Krizman needed only 204 yards against Crook County last Friday to become the first rusher in Oregon 4A football history to cross the 2,000-yard mark during the regular season.

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Elliott to be honored by OHSBCA

Former Hood River Valley High School Athletic Director and baseball coach Glenn Elliott will be inducted into the Oregon Baseball Hall of Fame on Saturday in Tualatin.

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City moves again on annexation

The Hood River City Council has taken the first step toward fulfilling its new five-year plan to annex several hundred acres of “urban fringe” properties.

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Eagles escape Crook County on last play

PRINEVILLE — It was only fitting that HRV’s biggest test of the season came against Crook County, because those crooked Cowboys almost stole a critical Intermountain Conference game from the Eagles last Friday night.

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Watson shows vibrant pastels at library

The Hood River County Library doesn’t let a little thing like complete upheaval interrupt its regular programs for long. Local art is once more finding its way to the walls of a long hall connecting the several rooms housing library materials at temporary quarters in the old Sprint Building on State Street.

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City manager cleans up on mayors’ bet

CASCADE LOCKS — A racing duel between two mayors last Sunday ended well for both parties — but perhaps not so tidily for unsuspecting Hood River City Manager Lynn Guenther.

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Monday, October 28

  

Friday, October 25

          

Holmstrom receives 2002 Klahre award

Anne Holmstrom from Cascade Locks was awarded the 2002 Klahre Award presented at the Mid-Columbia Symposium of Children on Oct. 4. The Klahre Award was started in 1987 to recognize volunteers who have made outstanding achievement on behalf of children. Volunteers from Hood River, Wasco, Sherman, Klickitat and Skamania counties were honored at the 2002 ceremony.

October 25, 2002 midnight read more..
   

Soccer girls silence Pendleton for 7th shutout

It wasn’t their finest effort of the season, but the HRV soccer girls still earned a shutout and guaranteed themselves the Intermountain Conference’s No. 2 playoff seed with a 5-0 win over Pendleton on Tuesday at Westside Field.

October 25, 2002 midnight read more..

Thursday, October 24

  

Wednesday, October 23

  

Global Funk plays twice at Saloon

Global Funk Council brings its unique brand of urban dance music, combining a funky rhythmic foundation with elements of jazz, latin, and reggae to the River City Saloon for two big shows on Oct. 28 and 29. Both shows at 9:30 p.m. and there will be a cover.

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HR County Museum hosts Chautauqua program

The Hood River County Historical Museum is sponsoring a Chautauqua presentation by historian Nancy Appling entitled “Forbidden Fruit: The Apple in History, Legend, and Literature.” The free program begins at 2 p.m. Saturday at the museum.

October 23, 2002 midnight read more..
 

Musical ‘Les Misérables’ opens at Bowe Theater Nov. 1

After thrilling audiences in Paris, London, New York, and 70 other cities around the world, the epic musical “Les Misérables” is coming to Hood River. The show opens Friday, Nov. 1, and runs for 10 performances, Nov. 2, 5, 7, 8, 9, 12, 14, 15, 16.

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Boys dial in dual wins to seize second place

BEND — While the HRV football and girls soccer teams solidified their hold on second place last weekend, the boys soccer team inched closer toward first place with road wins over Summit and Mountain View.

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Cyparksi & Guidera at Pub

Cyparski & Guidera, with special guest Amber Nelson, will be playing on Oct. 25 from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. at the Copper Salmon Pub on the Hood River waterfront, next to the Hood River Inn.

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Saturday, October 19



Friday, October 18



Pendleton offers little mercy to HRV

PENDLETON — When a team is still looking for its first win of the season, the last thing it wants to do is face off against the league’s only undefeated team.

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Wednesday, October 16

 

Candidate forums set in HR, Cascade Locks

Groups with interests in agriculture, education, social services and international relations will pose questions Oct. 22 at the only election forum scheduled during the fall campaign season in Hood River.

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Tuesday, October 15

   

Hadley, Area 54 at River City

The Reverend Evan Hadley, is a Portland-based singer/ songwriter and guitarist known for his unique blend of groove-oriented alt-pop combined with many other musical textures and layered over intense rhythms. Friday the Reverend will play at the River City Saloon beginning at 9:30 p.m.

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HRV boys bounce back to beat Bend

BEND — Still seething from last Tuesday’s loss to Redmond, the HRV boys soccer team took to the field Friday looking for some measure of redemption against fourth-place Bend.

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Harvest fest headliners

Local bands make good music this weekend. From bluegrass to breaking boards, the entertainment schedule will be a full one at the Expo Center

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Negative ads heat up Senate race

A spate of negative campaigning has erupted between two candidates in the State Senate District 26 race — and both contenders wish they didn’t have to go in that direction.

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CAST production opens Oct. 25

Cast opens its fall production Oct. 25 for a three week run. The show is Edward Albee’s “Three Tall Women,” directed by Greg Gilbertson. The winner of the 1994 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Albee’s play explores the long life and triumphs of an admirable older woman as she reflects back on life, love, estrangement, and heartbreak. It is both a reflection on survival as well as a monument to dying with grace.

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Cross-country teams struggle in district tune-ups

BEND — Seeking to maintain even ground with the other Intermountain Conference runners before the Oct. 26 district meet, the HRV cross-country teams took to the course against the Northwest’s best last Saturday in Bend.

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Monday, October 14

   

City scores top EPA award

The city of Hood River and its wastewater treatment plant operator have received a top award for using recycled sewage as a fertilizer on agricultural soils.

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Shocking numbers revealed during drug forum

Maija Yasui tossed candy to the crowd at Wednesday’s community drug forum as incentive for answering her questions correctly. But the Kit Kat Bars did little to sweeten the ugly statistics she rattled off about drug use and related behaviors among Hood River County’s teens.

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HRV boys bury Bears to rebound from loss

The HRV boys soccer team bounced back from last week's tough home loss to Redmond to defeat fourth-place Bend 3-2 on Friday. HRV stands at 6-1-2 and in third place in the Intermountain Conference with a home matchup against Hermiston on Tuesday. While not looking past the Bulldogs (4-3-2), HRV preparing for a more difficult challenge Saturday when it will face first-place Mountain View in Bend. The Eagles must also get past Summit on Friday afternoon, and then hope to be in prime condition Saturday morning for the pesky Cougars.

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Wednesday, October 9

        

Tuesday, October 8

 

CAST holds auditions for winter show

CAST Performing Arts Center is planning for its winter production, “Getting Along Famously.” A play by Michael Jacobs, it is the story of a highly successful author of 16 action-packed spy thrillers.

October 8, 2002 midnight read more..
      

Eagles rushing attack bowls over Bend

HOOD RIVER — Jacobe Krizman left little doubt Friday why he is the state’s top rusher, leading Hood River Valley to a 56-39 win over Bend at Henderson Stadium.

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Monday, October 7



Girls cross-country still finding stride

Three weeks remain before the Intermountain Conference district meet, and the HRV cross-country girls are still trying to narrow the gap between themselves and No. 1 Christy Paul.

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HRV boys bombard Buckaroos

HOOD RIVER — It should have been a lot easier, but in the tightly bunched Intermountain Conference standings, the HRV boys will take three points any way they can.

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Eagles outmuscle No. 10 Bend

HOOD RIVER -- Jacobe Krizman left little doubt Friday why he is the state's top rusher, leading Hood River Valley to a 56-39 win over Bend at Henderson Stadium.

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Wednesday, October 2

 

Tuesday, October 1

   

Boys soccer stays in hunt with win, tie

HOOD RIVER — The HRV boys soccer team got its first taste of playoff fever last weekend when two of the Intermountain Conference’s top teams rolled into town for back-to-back showdowns.

October 1, 2002 midnight read more..


County updates rural land maps

The Hood River County Planning Department is updating land-use maps of Odell and Parkdale to determine which areas are open to future development.

October 1, 2002 midnight read more..
      

ALO, Freewillinsoul at River City

This Friday at the River City Saloon, Freewillinsoul from Portland will play its funky, upbeat, acoustic/electric fusion of blues, bluegrass and rock. Original songs propelled by infectious grooves create a melting pot for the six piece ensemble which includes two guitars, bass, drums and male and female vocals. This is their debut performance here at the River City and this should prove to be a jammin good time

October 1, 2002 midnight read more..
  
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