Patrick Mulvihill

Reporter

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General news reporter and staff writer. Beats include government, police & courts, fire, environment, business and community. Greater Gorge page coordinator.
Patrick grew up in Hermiston. He has lived in the Columbia River Gorge since spring 2015.

Recent Stories

    

New Wyeth trail takes shape

High above Interstate 84 west of Hood River, constructions crews were hard at work Friday assembling pieces of an over-land bridge that will reconnect abandoned stretches of the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail.

February 14, 2018 midnight read more..


Airport options: CL Port holds town hall

The seldom used airport in Cascade Locks could get improvements or an entirely new purpose, according to strategies the Port of Cascade Locks and state aviation staff are taking a look at.

February 10, 2018 midnight read more..


MCMC waterfront clinics open soon

Work continues at Mid-Columbia Medical Center’s new outpatient care facility, called Nichols Landing, on the Hood River waterfront. According to MCMC, the building’s clinics will open this spring.

February 10, 2018 midnight read more..


Crowd slams county sales tax

A two-percent countywide sales and tourism tax proposal took heat from a crowd of residents who packed the Hood River County Board of Commissioners’ meeting room Monday night.

February 7, 2018 midnight read more..
 

County holds two sales tax hearings

As Hood River County prepares to ask voters for a two-percent sales and tourism tax, its elected board and staff will hold a pair of February hearings in which the public will get a chance to learn more and weigh in.

February 3, 2018 midnight read more..

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