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On Jan. 10, at approximately 6:24 P.M. Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a single vehicle crash on Highway 207 near mile post 19B.

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The assault and attempted murder case surrounding a Nov. 1 incident in Parkdale, where a man allegedly stabbed his brother, has been delayed, pending the victim’s medical records.

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The first fire season of Pacific Power’s new Wildfire Mitigation Plan for Hood River and Wasco counties is past and, with the plan still in place and next year’s fire season already looming, a panel of Hood River elected officials sat down with Pacific Power representatives to discuss the fr…

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Two days into a three-day jury trial in Hood River County Circuit Court last week, a man was convicted on charges related to the sexual abuse of a child under the age of 16.

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The Hood River County Public Safety Services Survey will stay live through Dec. 15, so county residents still have some time to submit input before county staff compile the responses for the county commissioners to consult while they craft a public safety levy for either the May or November …

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Work is well underway to seismically retrofit the stations of West Side Rural Fire Protection District, starting with its original facility, the Rockford station. Old columns are out of whack and new columns and headers are being added to shore up the station.

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Hood River City Police have no suspects in a series of car prowls that were reported the morning of Nov. 7.

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A group of Hood River emergency services and law enforcement officers, and a private citizen, have been given a state Medal of Valor honor for the August 2018 rescue of a Hood River man from his burning home.

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The continued loss of staff at the Hood River County Sheriff’s Office, and the office’s inability to fill those vacant positions due to the county’s  ongoing financial crisis, has resulted in additional service reductions.

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All charges against a former Hood River County Parks employee accused of stealing a significant amount of money from the county have been dismissed with prejudice — a court action that prevents an identical lawsuit from being filed in the future.

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The 2019 fire season officially ended for the Central Oregon District in late September, but local emergency management is already working to prepare for the 2020 fire season — especially after recent Public Safety Power Outages in northern California highlighted just what problems Hood Rive…

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