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Kleeway trail coming along nicely

‘Matt would approve’

Matt Klee dedicated a great deal of time and energy building things for others, and now, as a year since his death approaches, an impassioned community is coming together to build something for him.

Paul Weatherly rules the roost

Hats off to our Team of the Week bowlers who rolled the most over their averages in last week’s league action at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes. Once again we have a nice mix of bowlers — some new, some household names and all of them on fire.

Entertainment Update for Jan. 31

‘Daredevils’ at Everybody’s; Get your ‘Socks and Sandals’ downtown Saturday night; more

Entertainment Update for Jan. 28

HRVHS benefit show set for Jan. 31; Club notes for this week; save the date

Sports Briefs for Jan. 28

Babe Ruth, Little League sign-ups start this week; CSRT excels in first race

Kids’ events to plan for in February

Feb. 20 — Second annual Aporkalypse Now, 6 p.m. at Springhouse Cellars. A benefit for Helping Hands Against Violence pitting local chefs against each other in judged bacon recipes. Entertainment includes a bacon eating contest.

Entertainment Update for Jan. 24

‘Holy Broke’ at Trillium Feb. 6; Fields of May play Jan. 24 in CL; more

Fishing is best ‘when rivers drop and waters clear after a rain’

Winter steelhead tips from a local pro

Steelheading this time of year is a challenging sport. After all, how many people think about fishing in the middle of the winter? Dealing with the rain, hail, snow, and cold rivers that fluctuate from muddy-to-clear, depending on the ever-changing weather conditions, is what makes this sport difficult for some and exciting to others. The rewards can be great (if you dress for the occasion) big hard fighting fish and scenery that at times can be breathtaking.

Teacup Classic delayed due to lack of snow

Due to lack of snow, the Teacup Lake Nordic Club has rescheduled its annual Teacup Classic race for Feb. 22 with hopes that the dismal snowpack with improve by then.

A Small Big Year 2015: Friendly bird counting competition in the Gorge

Join your friends and neighbors in the Gorge by tracking each species you count in both Hood River County and Klickitat County throughout 2015, now through Dec. 31, 2015.

Kegler's Corner: Zach Mohun mauls the maples

Hood River’s Orchard Lanes was the place to be last week. Bowling league action never ceases to amaze, and this Team of the Week is comprised of a perfect representation of our best keglers, regulars and new faces who are basking in the limelight for the first time.

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Gorge Roller Girls ready for season opening double-header next weekend

Back bigger and better than ever, the Gorge Roller Girls are gearing up for their first bout of the 2015 season, and if momentum amassed over the last couple years is any indication, next weekend’s double-header should be an exciting way to spend a Saturday night.

Kegler's Corner: David Gibeaut tops action

The holidays are over now and we’re back with a full slate of league action at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes. We had more new faces make our latest Team of the Week, topped by David Gibeaut.

Entertainment Update for Jan. 17

Voci choir seeks more singers; ‘Banner Days’ at Springhouse; more

Entertainment Update for Jan. 14

Kevin Carr in Trout Lake Jan. 20; Onehum plans CD release show Jan. 14 at Hood River Library; more

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