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.
Cherry Fruit Fly models developed by Oregon State University indicate that the pest emerged in The Dalles this month.
On the evening of May 4, Hood River Police responded to a call of a cougar killing a deer near a residence.
Voters have been asked whether to block large-scale bottling corporations like Nestlé from tapping into waterways in Hood River County, with campaigns in favor and against running at full steam.
“What we’re doing is reducing the brightness of the sun by 100,000 times,” Bob Yoesle said of his solar viewing telescope system that he brought to The Columbia Gorge Discovery Center in The Dalles last Saturday afternoon.
A hot and dry April punctured hopes that winter’s generous snowpack and rain would hold out enough to leave conditions wetter than usual.
SEATTLE (AP) — A coal-export terminal proposed along the Columbia River in southwest Washington state could have unavoidable, significant impacts on greenhouse gases emissions, vessel traffic and rail safety, according to an environmental review released Friday.
PORTLAND — The Bonneville Power Administration is looking at a normal water year after putting in place dry-year operations in 2015. Record-setting precipitation in December and a wet March have helped boost this year's water supply forecast.
WARRENTON — Oregon LNG confirmed last week that a $6 billion terminal and pipeline project on the Skipanon Peninsula was scrapped because Leucadia National Corp., the New York-based holding company that financed the project, decided to cease funding.
There are four Earth Day cleanup opportunities on Saturday, April 23, giving kids and parents a variety of ways to lend a hand:
A stalled land exchange between the U.S. Forest Service and Mt. Hood Meadows ski resort inched forward this week.
Bob Yoesle from Friends of the Goldendale Observatory will present a free solar viewing to the public Saturday, April 30 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, weather permitting (sorry, we can’t control clouds).
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