Stories for July 2006

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Monday, July 31

Matt Bergstrom wins state titles

By BEN MCCARTY

Runnin’ WILD

By CHRISTIAN KNIGHT

Mount Hood plan clears first hurdle in Congress

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Entry level JBO team wraps up season at district

By BEN MCCARTY

Police issue drawing of June 22 rape suspect

By RAELYNN RICARTE

In the shadows

By CHRISTIAN KNIGHT

Swimmers splash past foes at meets

By BEN MCCARTY

Cherries baked by heat

By SUE RYAN

Citizens give nod to code changes

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Fencing star hopes to build on success

By BEN MCCARTY

Train strikes and kills Cascade Locks man

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Can windsurfers and BNSF find middle ground at Doug’s Beach?

By CHRISTIAN KNIGHT

Project threatens access to Doug’s

By CHRISTIAN KNIGHT

Three HR shredders sail to sport sponsorship

By BEN MCCARTY

Object-ified

By CHRISTIAN KNIGHT

CL fire district moves a step

By SUE RYAN

A sharp divide revealed in first governor debate

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Season over for JBO Senior Federal team

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Hot, dry conditions raise fire danger

By SUE RYAN

Firefighters take down first blaze of the season

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Tuesday, July 25

Senior American team completes inaugural season

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Gorge Blowout a race of cat and mouse

By ADAM LAPIERRE

G9-10 All-Star girls headed to State

By ADAM LAPIERRE

McElwee begins at HR Port

By SUE RYAN

Relay For Life returns Saturday

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Taekwon-Do girls upgrade black belts

By ADAM LAPIERRE

City ponders code changes to protect quality of life

By RAELYNN RICARTE

County asks for citizen help on State Street affordable housing

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Ospreys win the Ted Walker Invitational

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Metsger packs own stump to rally

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Find space to shred

By ADAM LAPIERRE

‘Best possible protection’: changes at police department

Kevin Lynch

Proposed casino naming ‘sends signal’

By SUE RYAN

Cascade Locks hosts Sternwheeler Days this weekend

By SUE RYAN

Tuesday, July 18

West Coast Slalom hits Hood River

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Forum: Meth overwhelms users and the system

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Abominable Snow Jam hits Mt. Hood

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Safety Role Familiar face checks meters on Saturdays

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Injured guide dog back in harness

By SUE RYAN

Father and son suspects take opposing stances

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Teenager pleads guilty in HRV ‘hazing’ assault

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Police seek rapist

By RAELYNN RICARTE

HR Police chief: citizens wanted, along with advice

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Current events yield swim safety cautions

By SUE RYAN

Merchants want close look at business fee

By RAELYNN RICARTE

328 join fun of Joe Kollas Run

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Solar project a win-win for Parks and Rec

By ADAM LAPIERRE

‘Old Glory’ brings 4th music

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Parks and Rec., CGWA team up to offer youth windsurfing classes

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Man in SUV nicks nicotine at Windmaster

By RAELYNN RICARTE

FC Hood wins co-ed title

By ADAM LAPIERRE

17,000 miles and counting, still

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Tuesday, July 11

On Monday, expert arms citizens for meth battle

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Adios, seniors

June 14, 2006

15th annual Hood River Classic starts Wednesday

News staff writer

Council tables business license

By SUE RYAN

Port chair questions beach cost

By RAELYNN RICARTE

A man on a cross-country mission

By ADAM LAPIERRE

With local docks chock full, no moor places

By SUE RYAN

Gonzaga-Gama pleads guilty to second rape

By SUE RYAN

‘Idol Night’ boosts Relay For Life

By ESTHER K. SMITH

Carson Oil baseball off to a solid start

News staff writer

County readies for revenue drop

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Boy Scouts lost – at Lost Lake

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Hood River Port affirms kiteboarding policy

News staff writer

Girls’ lacrosse team completes season of leaps and bounds

News staff writer

Cartouche Z repeats at The Hood River Classic

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Scam artists exercise creativity

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Senate seeks ID safeguards

By RAELYNN RICARTE

HRSC tennis team misses nationals by a tie-breaker

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Dynamos host Gorge Challenge

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Taking a ‘Look’ at livability

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Pro racer praises Hood River spirit

News staff writer

‘Smart Growth’ Cascade Locks learns the tools

By SUE RYAN

Fire protection plan ready for public to comment

By SUE RYAN

Chipping in gets kids into the wind

By ADAM LAPIERRE

By the way, I’m moving to Japan

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Columbia Gorge Kiteboarding Association is reinstated

By ADAM LAPIERRE

‘I’ve done a horrible thing’ HR man guilty of sex crimes

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Mt. Hood Scramble entices 218

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Who will pay for waterfront park upkeep?

By RAELYNN RICARTE

JBO Eagles champs at home tournament

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Growers comment on pesticide ban

By SUE RYAN