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About 40 people gathered at Overlook Memorial Park at Second and State Streets for a rally urging the release of the full Robert Mueller report on President Trump and his activities. The protest was organized by Indivisible Columbia Gorge, and was one of hundreds of protests around the count…

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The restrooms at the Event Site and the Marina have needed upgrades for a long time now, and the Port of Hood River is working to remodel both structures to meet ADA standards and accommodate increased usage.

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Ice caused a plethora of traffic problems on I-84 this morning: ODOT reported at least one spinout between Hood River and Cascade Locks, and several crashes and semi-spinouts at mileposts 67-69, both west and eastbound, between Hood River and Mosier. 

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The public will have two chances next week to engage in the Hood River-White Salmon Interstate Bridge Replacement Project: A Traffic & Revenue 101 work session on Tuesday, Feb. 19 and an Environmental Impact Study (EIS) Working Group meeting on Thursday, Feb. 21.

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Three Hood River wineries each brought home six or more medals from last month’s San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition.Hood Crest Winery and Cathedral Ridge Winery each brought home two golds and a total of seven medals. One of the  Cathedral Ridge golds was for label artistry.Marchesi Vi…

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Hood River is experiencing what many throughout the Pacific Northwest are calling “Snowpocalypse 2019” and, while conditions are changing, it’s not necessarily for the better. 

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Dr. Leslie Drapiza was successfully reunited with her family and friends at the Starvation Creek Trailhead early Tuesday morning, after her nighttime rescue from a 500-foot ledge on the north slope of Mt. Defiance.

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“The Odd Couple,” the debut production of the Gorge’s newest theater company, Big Britches, opening Feb. 8 at Bingen Theater.

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Eat This, Not That!, a media franchise based around the book series of the same name, recently named Taqueria El Cuate on its list titled, “The Most Mouth-Watering Taco in Every State,” which picked food establishments with the best tacos based on Yelp reviews.

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The Art of Bark Rescue Dog Photo Contest allows dog owners to submit their rescue dog(s) photo online. Folks can then vote for their favorites through a donation of their choosing.

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This is a list of ways citizens can get involved to help protect immigrants, compiled by Mark Reynolds of Odell on behalf of the Gorge Ecumenical Ministries’ Martin Luther King Jr. celebration held at Riverside Community Church on Jan. 21...

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With prayers, readings and song, about 100 people gathered in the Riverside Community Church sanctuary Monday to commemorate the birth of civil rights hero Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday was a federal holiday, with schools, government offices and many businesses closed.

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While new markets have yet to open up, Jim Winterbottom, district manager of The Dalles Disposal/Hood River Garbage, continues to urge residents to continue to recycle as usual, even though comingled materials are still being landfilled.

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Gorge Ecumenical Ministries hosts a Martin Luther King Jr. Day Community Celebration Jan. 21 with the theme “A Great Nation, A Compassionate Nation.” The community is invited to events at Riverside Community Church celebrating Dr. King.

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WSP Engineering, the engineering firm contracted by the Port of Hood River to work on finishing environmental studies related to the bridge replacement project, will hold two community outreach events on Saturday, Jan. 12: 10:30-1:30 p.m. at the Hood River Walmart, and 2-5 p.m. at the White Salmon Harvest Market.

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El 3 de enero, OHA recibió la confirmación de un caso de sarampión en una persona infectada que pasó un tiempo en The Dalles y Hood River entre el 26 de diciembre y el 31 de diciembre.

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A mobile museum featuring a collection of over 7,000 artifacts related to Black history and culture will visit The Dalles-Wasco County Public Library on Tuesday, Jan. 8 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Black History 101 Mobile Museum’s founder, Khalid el-Hakim, will give a talk from noon to 1 p.m. Admission is free.

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Foster youths in the community found a brighter Christmas morning thanks to efforts by local realtors and two social service agencies.

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