Stories for May 2006

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Tuesday, May 30

Primary vote turnout should hit 50 percent

By RAELYNN RICARTE

City cruises into parking options

By RAELYNN RICARTE

HRV lax nabs third seed for playoffs

News staff writer

Chinook season opened on the Columbia River

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Land limits dominate new Port budget

By SUE RYAN

HR Juice squeezes a turn-around

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Community, Lions unite for the kids

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Household hazardous waste finds a home

By KIRBY NEUMANN-REA

HRV lacrosse moves on to playoffs

News staff writer

It’s going to be brutal but beautiful

By ADAM LAPIERRE

CL Port works on regatta pact

By SUE RYAN

The Gorge League is heating up

By ADAM LAPIERRE

CGCC campus design favors Mt. Adams view

By SUE RYAN

Both lanes open as ODOT completes I-84 cliff work

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Eagles win do or die versus Wilson High

By ADAM LAPIERRE

A lot more to prove

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Locals turn bushy hillside into a great place to ride

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Eagles shine at Twilight

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Gorge Commission selects interim chief

By SUE RYAN

Hood River County Primary vote totals

News staff writer

Gorman, Jefferies lead Eagles at district tourney

News staff writer

Ron Rivers wins: race makes history

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Wednesday, May 24

County banks against PERS hike

By RAELYNN RICARTE

fugitive ALERT

May 10, 2006

Girls’ lax grows fast

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Cascade of Flames

April 29, 2006

18-year-old gets 16 years for rape

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Senior day honors five softball stars

News staff writer

Ballot count low as May 16 nears

News staff writer

Wait for green

News staff writer

Kevin Dye finishes second in Pasco Electrathon race

News staff writer

HRVHS baseball one and one in double-header

News staff writer

HRV e-cars roll on

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Scrappy and full of heart

By ADAM LAPIERRE

HRVHS track tapering for league finals

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Kids abuse counseling helps children ‘make sense of it all’

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Traffic stop leads to two arrests for methamphetamines

News staff writer

Convicted sex offender blasted as a ‘Godophile’

By RAELYNN RICARTE

MINT refresh?

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Teresa Hukari benefit May 12 at Crag Rat Hut

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Freestyle meets Mount Hood

By ADAM LAPIERRE

The Ospreys splash into spring season

News staff writer

Sunny scramble

By ADAM LAPIERRE

HRVHS tennis completes regular-season this week

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Migrants and supporters march en masse

By DONALD ALLISON

A taste of victory... and defeat

By ADAM LAPIERRE

The gnome watches, the girls win again

By ADAM LAPIERRE

May 16 election ballots mailed

News staff writer

New All-Way Stop

By RAELYNN RICARTE

United Way gives record amount

News staff writer

Gorge Masters compete, Nikki Weeks earns award

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Oregon’s 287 high schools have to wait longer

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Immigrant round-up reports unfounded

By RODGER NICHOLS

Hood River Valley fastpitch owns the IMC

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Man flees sex abuse charges

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Suspect arrested after employer’s tip

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Wednesday, May 3

Port board meets with four director finalists

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Four down, four to go

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Legislators count session successful

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Winning play

By ADAM LAPIERRE

CL Port keeps flagship under new agreement

By RAELYNN RICARTE

HRV tennis hosts Bend teams

By ADAM LAPIERRE

It’s all about having fun

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Local soccer star named Most Inspirational Player

By ADAM LAPIERRE

County to assist Windmaster residents in sewer system fix

By RAELYNN RICARTE

‘Incredible time for clean energy’

By JANET COOK

Ice Fountain Water District sues City

By RAELYNN RICARTE

Hood River Valley athletes tear up the track

By ADAM LAPIERRE

‘It is time to de-link from the chariot’

By KIRBY NEUMANN-REA

Lax boom continues

By ADAM LAPIERRE

Spirited girls pioneer high school lacrosse team

By ADAM LAPIERRE

‘Pattern of deceit’: Arrest checks felon’s newest scam

By RAELYNN RICARTE

‘A dollar a day for parking is not a bad thing’

By RAELYNN RICARTE