A fiery 16-car train derailment and oil spill in Mosier left the community reeling in its wake.
Wasco County Sheriff Lane Magill spent Monday dealing with security issues at the site of an oil train derailment in Mosier.
TD Red Cross shelter closes, work continues at scene of wreckage
The Mosier derailment fire was knocked down in the early hours of Saturday, but work continues for emergency crews on scene.
The Washington Department of Ecology is currently assessing an oil sheen in the Columbia River near the site of the oil train derailment at Mosier.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown is scheduled to appear tonight at the Hood River Marina.
Hood River County’s recent Hosta timber sale will affect trails in the vicinity of Binns Hill Staging Area.
VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) — Both supporters and opponents of a proposed oil terminal in Vancouver are preparing to face off in June in front of state regulators tasked with deciding the fate of the project.
Following Memorial Day weekend, Mt. Hood National Forest recreationists have stepped into the summer season.
Riverside Community Church in Hood River has become the first faith-based congregation in the Gorge and the first within the Central Pacific Conference of the United Church of Christ (UCC) to vote to divest funds from the fossil fuel industry.
LONGVIEW, Wash. (AP) — Residents can weigh in on a coal-export terminal proposed near Longview at upcoming public hearings.
Sandy — The White River Station Campground, located along the Barlow Road on the Barlow Ranger District, is closed to the public until later notice due to safety concerns related to the White River migrating into the campground.
May and June are the months when newborn animals are getting their start in the wild. Help them out by giving them space and leaving them alone.
Measure 14-55, which blocks large-scale bottling companies like Nestlé from tapping into county water sources, sailed through the May 17 Primary Election with 69 percent of votes.
The iconic Beacon Rock Trail has reopened to the public Saturday after being closed most of the season due to extensive storm damage.
White Salmon doesn’t have much in the way of shorelines of statewide significance, but the city is still required by the Washington Department of Ecology to have a plan for managing what it has.
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