Stories for October 2013

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Wednesday, October 30

   

‘Reach 4 It’ opens Friday at HRVHS

Fame and friendship and aspiration and disappointment take on large roles in “Reach 4 It!” an original musical production by the Hood River Valley High School performing arts department, opening Friday at Bowe Auditorium at HRVHS.

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Negotiations continue on Ryan’s Juice deferment deal

Hood River City Council was back in session Monday night to once again discuss a controversial deferment deal given to Ryan’s Juice by former Hood River City Manager Bob Francis, who started working as the juice company’s chief operations officer in July.

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Ready to rumble

Representing Hood River in the arena of mixed martial arts fighting, Sean Baker travels to Spirit Mountain Casino Nov. 2 for a Full Contact Fighting Federation welterweight (170-pound) title fight.

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Roots and Branches: Deep taproots start with papa Sulo

My roots in this valley are as deep as the old Gravenstein tree planted on the Annala homestead in Oak Grove. Like the roots of this ancient apple tree, I have planted tap roots into the valley floor that have grounded my beliefs and provided me with a rich perspective of history, family and community.

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Public Works takes bags of leaves

Beginning Oct. 30 Hood River City residents may dispose of leaves at the City Public Works facility at 18th and May streets. Disposal hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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Kegler's Corner: Jeremy Bloom rolls perfect 300

Smooth finesse artist Jeremy Bloom crushed the sticks in the Tuesday Nite Mixed league at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes, stringing 12 strikes in a row in his second game of the session, to notch his career third perfect 300 game.

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Community Action offers energy help

An energy assistance program is currently in progress by the Mid Columbia Community Action office for low-income families with disabled or senior members in Hood River, Wasco, and Sherman counties.

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HRV XC sends nine to state

Nine Hood River Valley High School cross country runners extended their season another week by qualifying for the 2013 5A State Championships at Lane Community College in Eugene.

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Annual Fashion Gala returns Nov. 15

The 17th annual Gala Fashion Show to benefit the Hood River County Christmas Project will be held Friday, Nov. 15, at the Best Western Hood River Inn. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the event begins at 7 p.m.

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Hundreds attend Parkdale Pumpkin Parade

The sun was shining bright on Saturday for Parkdale’s annual Pumkpin Parade. The small downtown was transformed into Halloween Town as families gathered wearing their best costumes. While the little kids stole the show, some of the attendees had been to the Pumpkin Parade since it started in 1987.

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Dia de los Muertos

Dia de Los Muertos, the dignified patrón of American Halloween, will be celebrated this weekend in Hood River and Odell.

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Tuesday, October 29



Monday, October 28



Saturday, October 26



Seriously scary

Paul Henke, lieutenant of Hood River Fire, has helmed the production of the haunted house for the past several years, but for 2013, he’s outdone himself.

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Conference champs, again

At this point in the season, claiming the Columbia River Conference championship isn’t much of a surprise for the Hood River Valley High School varsity boys soccer team, but it’s still cause to pause and celebrate before taking aim at its grander goal of bringing home the first state title in team history.

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Council begins manager search

The City of Hood River is moving forward in its search for a new permanent city manager with the hopes of having the new candidate selected by winter’s end.

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A slice of local life -- Josh Beckner knows the firefighter’s life

Josh Beckner, West Side Fire Department Lieutenant/Training Officer, has only been in his position since July 1, but his fire experience dates back to his junior year at Hood River Valley High School. He began as a student firefighter in 2002, and has been involved in some capacity ever since.

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MCMC to pay $2.4M

The top administrators at Mid-Columbia Medical Center were found not guilty of negligence in a jury verdict rendered Wednesday evening — but the hospital was directed to pay $2.4 million in damages to three former patients. After more than nine hours of deliberation that began about 10 a.m. Oct. 23, the jury rendered its decision.

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‘Reach 4 It!’ opens Nov. 1 at HRVHS

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of one of those “American Idol”-type reality singing shows? Now’s your chance to peek behind the curtain as the Hood River Valley High School performing arts department presents “Reach 4 It!”, a new musical.

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Soroptimists will give ‘Opportunity Awards’

Soroptimist International clubs of Hood River and Mt. Adams are looking for Gorge-area women heads of households to receive one of four $1,500 Women’s Opportunity Awards from the clubs. Applications are now available and are due back by Dec. 1.

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HRV volleyball looking forward to next year

The Hood River Valley Eagles varsity volleyball team concluded its season Tuesday evening with a 3-2 loss at The Dalles. The loss put the team at 3-8 in the conference and out of reach of a playoff berth, and although the team didn’t end in the position it wanted to, those who will be back next season have a lot to look forward to.

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Wednesday, October 23



Second fatality in Wyeth crash

Oregon State Police was notified Saturday by the Multnomah County Medical Examiner that the passenger critically injured in an early Thursday morning fatal traffic crash along the westbound lanes of Interstate 84 about seven miles west of Hood River died at a Portland-area hospital.

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Soroptimist prepare for ‘Women of Distinction’

Soroptimist International clubs of Hood River and Mt. Adams are looking for Gorge-area women heads of households to receive one of four $1,500 Women’s Opportunity Awards from the clubs. Applications are now available and are due back by Dec. 1.

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Kegler's Corner: Condolences to the Hanel Family

Just missing the elite Team of the Week at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes were Rod Pratt and Mark Chabotte. Pratt rolled a nice 671 set in the first outing of the Thursday afternoon County league with a fine opening series capped by a big 255 game.

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HRV XC is ‘fired up’

“Healthy and fired up,” is how coach Kristen Uhler describes her varsity boys and girls cross country squads, as runners taper their training this week in preparation for Saturday’s Columbia River Conference Championships in Pendleton.

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Soil-Water board to meet

Hood River Soil and Water Conservation District meets Thursday, Nov. 7, from 3-5 p.m. at Oregon State University Extension Office, 2990 Experiment Station Road, Hood River.

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Come run, come all

Saturday’s Pumpkin Run starts at 9:30 a.m. (registration at 9 a.m.) at Parkdale’s Rails End Park, with 5k and 10k distances offered.

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New Orleans-riverboat trip to seed local scholarship fund

Imagine walking in a crisp fall evening with a beautiful bayou vista just ahead, or enjoying the strains of some spicy New Orleans jazz while you savor some succulent crawdads. Now imagine that all that fun will also lead to support for a local charity sponsoring education scholarships for health care students.

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Help Saturday in river cleanup

Local volunteers and organizations will be conducting a leisurely and social-oriented river clean-up at the USFS boat launch in BZ Corners, beginning at 9:30 a.m. and ending at 12:30 p.m. Oct. 26.

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GPS helps track stolen vehicle

A 24-year-old Albany man was arrested Thursday by Oregon State Police troopers after he fled a traffic crash scene on Interstate 84 and later stole a construction company’s vehicle at Biggs Junction.

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Robotics volunteers needed

Help is needed hosting the upcoming robotics tournaments in Hood River on Dec. 14-15 for students age 9-14 and on Jan. 11 for older students.

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Students try a triathlon

In what has become an annual tradition at Hood River Middle School, the entire student body was outside enjoying a gorgeous fall afternoon last Friday for wellness activity day.

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ANOTHER VOICE: Walden’s ‘no’ vote was admirable

The Hood River County Republican Central Committee unanimously thanks Congressman Greg Walden for being one of the 144 Republicans who had the common sense to say “no” to the “kicking our country’s budget and debt crisis down the road” to be increased again in three months.

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OFB offers farm workshop

The Oregon Farm Bureau Women’s Advisory Council invites the Oregon agriculture community to attend an upcoming workshop, “Planning for the Four Seasons of a Farm’s Legacy: birth, growth, retirement, succession,” set for Nov. 3-4 at the Best Western Mill Creek Inn in Salem.

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Tuesday, October 22



Saturday, October 19

 

Nine ways to prepare your car for winter

Winterizing your vehicle is a wise idea, says the Car Care Council. An investment of an hour or two to have your vehicle checked is all it takes to have peace of mind and help avoid the cost and hassle of a breakdown during severe weather.

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What to do after an auto accident

Auto accidents are unexpected and stressful. Even the most careful drivers may be involved. If you have recently been involved in an accident begin reporting a claim.

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Winter driving tips: How to drive in the snow

In a perfect world, all roads would be dry and untrafficked. But in the real world, drivers face a wide variety of weather conditions, and when snow is added to the mix, the potential for automotive disaster can increase exponentially.

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Sense of Place lecture Nov. 6 with Rick McClure

Gorge Owned (GO!) kicks off of its fourth-annual Sense of Place lecture series on Wednesday, Nov. 6, with archaeologist Rick McClure. McClure, heritage program manager for the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, will discuss the role of the 1933 Civilian Conservation Corps in shaping the landscape and architecture of public lands in the Gorge.

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HR boy recovers well from skull surgery

Adrian Metta waves with his fingers spread like flower petals, his round-eyed smile and adoring look at his mother and father as typical as any 11-month-old making sense of the world.

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Children’s Sabbath event is Sunday

Hood River will join with other faith communities around the nation observing Children’s Sabbath Oct. 20, to lift up children in prayer at a special Prayer Service for Children at 4 p.m. at Hood River Valley Christian Church.

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‘No Confidence’

Department chairs and other faculty members of Columbia Gorge Community College have given a “no confidence” vote to the college’s president, Dr. Frank Toda, calling into question his ability to govern the college.

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Warming Shelter returns in November, with changes

The Hood River Warming Shelter is seeking to enrich the quality of life of the homeless in Hood River County and surrounding areas by providing “a safe place to meet the basic human needs of people without shelter during our coldest months: mid-November through mid-March.”

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A winless success: Hawks volleyball builds foundation

Under different circumstances, a 0-16 record would be the sign of a pretty dismal season. For the Horizon Christian School Hawks volleyball team, though, this fall’s winless season is merely the necessary cost of building the foundations of a new program.

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Man robs Comfort Suites hotel

A man wearing a ski mask tied up the clerk and made off with cash from the till at a West Cascade hotel in the early morning hours on Oct. 11.

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Immanuel hosts Martin Luther portrayal Oct. 27

Immanuel Lutheran Church will host “Martin: a Life of Martin Luther,” a live and original one-man portrayal written and performed by actor Allan Lemke. The community is invited, at 3 p.m. Oct. 27. The church is located at 9th and State streets.

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No. 5 boys soccer focused on playoffs

Undefeated in league play, the Hood River Valley High School varsity boys soccer team continued its role as Columbia River Conference top dogs with commanding wins this week against The Dalles and Pendleton. The team (4-0 league, 10-1-1 overall) holds a 5A No. 5 ranking with two CRC matches remaining.

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Eagle girls soccer get fourth straight shutout

In what was the most pivotal game of the season so far, the Hood River Valley High School varsity girls soccer team went on the road Thursday to face the Pendleton Buckaroos. The 3-0 win is the fourth shutout in a row for the Eagles (3-0-1 league, 6-4-1 overall), who now hold the Columbia River Conference’s top position and a 5A No. 12 ranking.

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A great way to go for HRV volleyball

Inspired by a pregame Senior Night ceremony, the Hood River Valley High School varsity volleyball team had its best performance of the season Tuesday in the team’s final home game.

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Sign up for winter sports

Although many of you may still be getting over the disappointment of such an abrupt end to summer, the fall sports season is already well under way, and coaches and organizers are gearing up for the indoor sports that will run through the winter. Below is a selection of some of the many organized activities to keep kids occupied during the winter months.

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Friday, October 18

 

Wednesday, October 16



Double duty for cyclists

Local cyclists filled the ranks for two-wheeled adventures in Hood River County and in central Oregon earlier this fall.

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Heirloom apples shine during Celebration Oct. 26-27

Tasty, classic apple varieties — many now quite rare — are at the center of the Hood River County Fruit Loop’s Heirloom Apple Celebration, along with delicious fresh cider, gourmet food, country fun, and lots more, Oct. 26-27.

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Vehicle warning signs your nose can recognize

Most vehicles start out with a “new car smell,” but there are other specific odors that motorists should never ignore. Identifying these suspect smells early on can help car owners be car care aware and avoid the hassle and expense of an unexpected breakdown, says the Car Care Council.

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Car Care Council tips help save money

Consumers’ pain at the pump was back earlier this year when gas prices rose daily for more than a month. But there was no need to worry, says the Car Care Council. A few simple and inexpensive vehicle maintenance tips can help alleviate the pain.

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Auto repair: Wondering about your warranty?

It’s a common misconception that only car dealers can perform the routine maintenance and repairs on a newer vehicle that is under warranty. In fact, it is law that consumers can patronize their neighborhood repair shop or do the work themselves without violating the manufacturer’s warranty, says the Car Care Council.

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HRV XC is ready

Although not complacent — and certainly not guaranteed — the Hood River Valley High School varsity girls cross country team is looking beyond next weekend’s Columbia River Conference championship, focusing more keenly on the following weekend’s OSAA 5A State Championship, where the team hopes to improve from last season’s fifth-place finish and put another standout young runner atop the podium.

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SUP team turns heads at Battle of the Paddle

Hood River-based youth Stand Up Paddle team, Team Big Winds, capped a breakout summer season with the Battle of the Paddle last month at Dana Point, California’s Doheny Beach. The annual event consists of two big races — a course race on Saturday and a 10-mile distance race on Sunday. With well over 400 competitors, it is by far the largest SUP race in the world and attracts athletes from virtually all corners of the earth.

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Kegler's Corner: Brandon Kawachi fires 760 series

If you bowled in the Fraternal league last week at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes, you had a pretty good chance to make the Team of the Week. In fact, every member of this week’s fab five blistered the boards in Fraternal action.

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ANOTHER VOICE: A farmer grew up with Harvest Fest

Thirty-one years ago a group was putting together a harvest event at the old Diamond Fruit Cannery on Cascade Street. They wanted some orchard participation so I, being a young orchardist with apples abundant but little money, picked some Golden Delicious apples, grabbed a bunch of used paper grocery bags, an old scale, and a pocket full of change and headed down to the event.

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Outsized, but feisty Eagle football squad falls to Pendleton

In their final home football game of the season Friday night, the Hood River Valley Eagles put on a high-energy show against the Pendleton Buckaroos. On senior night, HRV’s 13 eldest players had hopes of upsetting the 6-1 Buckaroos for the last performance in front of a home crowd at Henderson Community Stadium. The visiting team used size and speed to its advantage, though, to finish with a 48-28 win over the Eagles, who go on the road this Friday to Hermiston and next week to The Dalles for the final game of the regular season.

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‘Sticks in a bundle don’t break’

As stadium lights shine onto the football field for Friday night games, HRV cheerleaders are always there to pump up the crowd. But what the fans don’t see are the hours of hard work each girl puts in at practice that leads to the success of the team.

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Celebrating local bounty

If current forecasts hold up, we should expect mostly sunny weather for a couple of main events this weekend: The Harvest Fest and the Gorge Fruit and Craft Fair.

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Tuesday, October 15



Saturday, October 12

 

Oregon Parks-Rec honors Zanmiller

Mark Zanmiller, past board member of the Hood River Valley Parks and Recreation District, has received the Voluntary Service Award from the Oregon Recreation and Parks Association.

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$700k boost is a ‘good challenge’

On the road and in a changing space, Hood River County School District board of directors met Wednesday and heard about impacts out of Salem along with local cooperative efforts at the school.

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Varsity volleyball rivalry goes the way of the Eagles

The Hood River Valley High volleyball team regained some momentum just in time for the home stretch of its Columbia River Conference schedule with an exciting home win in four sets (24-26, 25-21, 25-14, 25-19) at home Wednesday over The Dalles-Wahtonka Eagle Indians.

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Eagle soccer teams kick it up a notch

In its second 7-0 blowout in a row, the Hood River Valley High School varsity boys soccer team showed no mercy Tuesday afternoon in a home match against the Hermiston Bulldogs.

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No IMC for HRV

Hood River Valley High School administration breathed a sigh of relief Wednesday after learning of the Oregon School Activities Association Classification and Districting Committee’s final recommendation to keep the Columbia River Conference intact for the 2014-18 cycle.

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The fate of Barrett Park is still uncertain

The fate of Barrett Park now lies in the hands of the Hood River County Board of Commissioners after the Hood River County Planning Commission failed to make a decision on the park during a public remand hearing Wednesday night.

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Apply now for ‘Most Valuable Student’

The Elks “Most Valuable Student” applications are now available online at http://bit.ly/17k2Ssx. The Elks National Foundation will award 500 four-year scholarships. Applicants will be judged on scholarship, leadership and financial need.

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Friday, October 11



Thursday, October 10



Wednesday, October 9

 

In focus: Camera clubs meet in HR

In focus: The essential photographic term “aperture” means opening, and this weekend’s Convention of the Columbia Council of Camera Clubs creates a wide opening for anyone interested in learning more about the subject.

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Top times signal peak of XC season

With just two contests remaining before the Columbia River Conference championships, Hood River Valley High School cross country runners are energized and on track for an exciting showdown at the end of the month.

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HRV football ready for a fresh start

With clear skies and a stadium full of cheerful fans, the Hood River Valley High School varsity football team hosted the Wilson Trojans Friday night in the Eagles’ homecoming game at Henderson Community Stadium.

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Kids shred Grominator skate contest

The fourth-annual Grominator skateboarding contest brought 32 kids to the Hood River Skate Park Saturday for what turned out to be the nicest, and driest, day in the last few weeks.

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Gorge Food Forum unfolds Oct. 12

The fourth-annual Gorge Food Forum will take place at the Hegewald Center and Exhibit Hall at the Skamania fairgrounds on Oct. 12 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. The Hegewald Center is located at 710 S.W. Rock Creek Drive in Stevenson, Wash.

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Infant sign language workshop at WS library

Parents and caregivers along with their infants and toddlers are invited to a hands-on “Sign, Sing and Playtime” workshop at the White Salmon Valley Community Library on Tuesday, Oct. 15, from 10-11 a.m.

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Tuesday, October 8



Saturday, October 5



The Porch, Oct. 5

The Porch is back … again. Well, at least SOMEONE gets a long vacation around here.

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Lions roar for Meals (on Wheels)

At Tuesday evening’s Hood River Valley Adult Center’s Big Bingo, Lion Len Hickman presented a check for $1,000 to Paul Zastrow, HRVAC board chairman, and Jinx Woods, HRVAC treasurer.

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For Mark Chamley, 60, ultra running is ‘a personal journey’

Mark Chamley returned to his Hood River home this week after finishing 117th in the Bear 100. For many running events, 117th place wouldn’t be much to brag about, but simply finishing this 100-mile, high-altitude ultra-marathon is a feat in itself, made even more impressive by the fact that Chamley is 60 years old.

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A tough mudder

In the most anticlimactic result possible, Hood River Valley High School varsity girls soccer team played to a 0-0 tie at home Tuesday afternoon in the its Columbia River Conference opener against the Pendleton Buckaroos.

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Bridge of the Gods closure schedule revised

The closure schedule for the Bridge of the Gods has changed as a result of recent discussions between the Oregon Department of Transportation and its contractors who will be doing a series of repairs on the bridge over the next couple months.

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Plea date set for robbery suspect

U.S. Bank robbery suspect Timothy Bryan Glenn is scheduled to enter a plea Dec. 2 to answer charges brought against him in connection with an armed robbery that was committed at U.S. Bank in Hood River Sept. 12.

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September second-wettest on record

The torrential rainstorms that drenched the Pacific Northwest last weekend were largely responsible for producing one of the wettest Septembers on record for the Hood River area.

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Kids’ bike, skate events today

The fourth-annual Grominator skateboarding contest is Saturday at the Hood River skate park. Registration will run from 9-10 a.m. with the contest to follow for kids ages 15 and younger.

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Wednesday, October 2



Green Home Tour is this weekend

With a unique line-up of new and remodeled homes, the 12th annual Green Home Tour set for Oct. 5, aims to inspire homeowners and businesses to invest in buildings that increase value while reducing their overall environmental footprint.

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Snow could be coming soon

While this week’s unseasonably foul weather meant wet jackets and soggy shoes in the lower reaches of the valley, up higher on Mount Hood a thick coat of white covered the ground in the first decent snowfall of the 2013-14 winter season.

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Bridge of the Gods closures begin Oct. 11

Construction begins next week on the Bridge of the Gods and will require the bridge to be closed to traffic as crews work around the clock to repair the aging structure and allow heavy trucks to cross the span once again.

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Three Peaks equals one epic adventure

Four friends, three mountain peaks and 115-miles of trail in 72 hours: This is one epic exploit that few places in the world could accommodate so readily and few people could accomplish, but for Michael Stevens, the adventure was just down the road.

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‘Car is King’ comes to Maryhill Loops

Did you know that Sam Hill was one of the Northwest’s leading visionaries when it came to good roads? The Historic Columbia River Highway, Highway 101 along the coast and the road to Crater Lake were all constructed because of Sam Hill’s powers of persuasion.

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At NORCOR, inmate visitations go ‘remote’

Inmates at the Northern Oregon Regional Correctional Facilities no longer have face-to-face time with visitors — conversations now take place through a computerized system described as “Skype on steroids.”

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Upcoming Fall Fun-Runs

Below is a selection of upcoming fun runs scheduled for the Gorge area. Although not a definitive source, a good site for information on these and other runs is www.columbiagorgerunningclub.com.

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Beetle basics

Oregon State University Extension Service is holding a presentation and discussion session on the bark beetle infestations affecting trees in the Hood River area.

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Tuesday, October 1


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