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Playoffs bright for HRV Lacrosse

HRV plays Wilson High School Tuesday night at Hood River

HRV plays Wilson High School Tuesday night at Hood River

Obituaries - June 22

Merle George Faulkender

Problem neighbor pushes residents to action

June 15, 2005

Letters - June 11

‘Dear Soldiers’:

Luhr Jensen goes Finnish with merger

June 4, 2005

Safe target

No easy bull’s eye, but attainable

No easy bull’s eye, but attainable

Nuestra Comunidad wins Susan G. Komen cancer grant

May 25, 2005

An atypical teenager

June 11, 2005

Coffee spot breaks new ‘Ground’

June 22, 2005

Local riders will challenge the country’s best

May 28

Father’s Day concert to benefit Library Park

June 18, 2005

Peterson leads Gorge Cup

July 2, 2005

‘Hurbie’ wins Best Individual honor in parade

July 6, 2005

Pasquale’s evolves into Cornerstone

Hood River ale houses announce changes

Hood River ale houses announce changes

Gorge Windfest hits this weekend

June 11, 2005

Joe Kollas Run hits pavement July 4

June 29, 2005

New North Side Market plans events in June

May 28, 2005

Tomorrow, ’05

Congratulations, graduates

Congratulations, graduates

Obituaries - June 4

Hap Orcutt

HRMS names third quarter honor students

June 1, 2005

Deconstruction vs. Demolition

Keep it from the dumpster: re-use rejuvenates valid building materials and saves waste and cost

Keep it from the dumpster: re-use rejuvenates valid building materials and saves waste and cost

Springfest Boxing a hit

May 25

Farmer’s Irrigation receives stewardship honor

June 8, 2005

Rotary Scholars

June 15, 2005

Sinister species

May 28

July 4 parade honors firefighters

Trucks will carry combined 200 years of firefighting experience

Trucks will carry combined 200 years of firefighting experience

Young leader ... steps forward

A high school senior finds a way to honor military veterans and serve his community with patriotic labor

A high school senior finds a way to honor military veterans and serve his community with patriotic labor

Sobering

DUIIs heighten the inherent hazard of traveling by automobile

DUIIs heighten the inherent hazard of traveling by automobile

HR Lacrosse denied revenge by one goal

May 25

Florida On Film

Hood River photographer Frank Menard broadens his horizons in low-lying southern locations

Hood River photographer Frank Menard broadens his horizons in low-lying southern locations

Letters - July 2

Thomas brings joy

Patricia Schmuck honored

Dr. Pat Evenson-Brady, standing, laughs with Patricia Schmuck Wednesday after presenting Schmuck with a plaque recognizing her four years on the Hood River County School District Board of Directors.

Letters - June 25

Thanks to Board

Hood River native Jacob Simpson killed in Iraq

A former Hood River resident was killed this week in Iraq.

Memorial Day weaves patriotic theme

June 1, 2005

Sailing along

June 25, 2005

Workshop raises awareness for dealing with domestic violence

June 1, 2005

A look ahead at the Hunter-Jumper Classic

June 11, 2005

Letters - June 1

Out in left field

There’s no place like home

May 21

Industrial lands study nears end

Hood River County maps properties that can aid business growth

Hood River County maps properties that can aid business growth

Congress considers budget extension

Rep. Greg Walden argues for a seven year extension for the ‘Payment to Counties Law,’ which annually contributes roughly $2.8 million to Hood River County’s $28 million budget

Rep. Greg Walden argues for a seven year extension for the ‘Payment to Counties Law,’ which annually contributes roughly $2.8 million to Hood River County’s $28 million budget

Media critic urges civic activism

Jeff Cohen believes the mass media is a ‘Weapon of Mass Distraction’

Jeff Cohen believes the mass media is a ‘Weapon of Mass Distraction’

Dealers Association files suit against Sears

June 29, 2005

Obituaries - May 28

Jean Smiley

Cycling Classic returns Mt. Hood Cycling Classic: Event break-down

June 1, 2005

Vesel brings depth to new job as A.D. at HRV

May 18

Juventus pushes ahead

June 25, 2005

Preparations begin for 2005 County Fair

June 18, 2005

A Classic affair

June 18, 2005

Skooter the miniature horse goes to school

June 22, 2005

Obituaries - June 15

Paul Howard Sanstrum

Meadows wants snow-system

May 28

Full Sail stages a new ‘Session’

May 18

Cyclists assault Panorama Point

June 4, 2005

Casino stance pivotal in port race, says Janik

May 28, 2005

Letters - May 18

More than 2 percent

Bracelets obligate students to academic honesty

June 11, 2005

Elks unfurl public Flag Day ceremony

June 8, 2005

Obituaries - June 1

Harley Horn

Norton delays casino decision

Interior Secretary says she won’t rule on casino until property becomes trust

Interior Secretary says she won’t rule on casino until property becomes trust

City rescinds Spit fee challenge

June 25, 2005

Mt. Hood Classic: HR families host 50 pro cyclers

May 21

Letters - June 4

Care about Darfur

Cartouche Z wins Grand Prix

June 22, 2005

At La Clinica, ‘el jardin comunitario’ grows again

May 21, 2005

a PROJECT man

In nearly three decades, Jim Hammermeister built hundreds of pieces of furniture; few of them ever went home with him

In nearly three decades, Jim Hammermeister built hundreds of pieces of furniture; few of them ever went home with him

Cycle City

Take the bicycling Classic for a spin

Take the bicycling Classic for a spin

Mother dies in traffic accident

Three-year-old son, who was sitting in a car seat, survived with minor injuries

Three-year-old son, who was sitting in a car seat, survived with minor injuries

Slings and arrows ... and 3D targets

June 8, 2005

Homeowners should begin fire protection measures

June 18, 2005

Updated mill puts 35 to work

July 2, 2005

‘Ugly Locals’ dress down for United Way

Community leaders pose in humourously revealing ways for 2006 benefit calendar

Community leaders pose in humourously revealing ways for 2006 benefit calendar

Letters - June 29

A draft solution

Two dollars

Keep fee debate in perspective

Keep fee debate in perspective

Schools discover $1 million boost

State education’s budget adjustment allows school district to consider lower Local Option amount

State education’s budget adjustment allows school district to consider lower Local Option amount

Term began as insult, became badge of honor

June 22, 2005

Obituaries - May 25

Lyle Trent

Soroptimist of Hood River honors Maureen Regalbuto

June 11, 2005

Mt Hood Towne Hall

Raising more than community spirit

Raising more than community spirit

Teens jump, avoid Thomas

July 2, 2005

Eagles settle for No. 2

May 18

Community outings help kids develop regular skills

June 18, 2005

On to greener pastures

he Class of 2005 presented 51 firsts Friday night. And six lasts.

he Class of 2005 presented 51 firsts Friday night. And six lasts.

A fiery bouquet for Independence Day

July 6, 2005

Downtown Criterium on brink of action

May 28

shut off the lights, turn down the music and be OUT BY 6

July 2, 2005

Lee Foster, 4-H guiding light, named to Hall of Fame

OSU/Hood River County Extension

Snagger’s brag gets him 10 days

State police hope penalty imposed on Carson resident will set precedent for others

State police hope penalty imposed on Carson resident will set precedent for others

Care on wheels

Pumpers show community power

Pumpers show community power

Unprecedented Steps

June 15, 2005

The Changing Face of Hood River

May 18

Alpinees expands to larger outdoor appeal

June 1, 2005

Ford Basis ladies share experience

June 4, 2005

Obituaries - May 21

Derald Mockler

Class of ’05 grads receive scholarships

June 15, 2005

Illuminated Symbols

Excellence inspires imagination: students visually interpret a hospital core value

Excellence inspires imagination: students visually interpret a hospital core value

Clem’s and Valley Ag add biodiesel service

June 15, 2005

May 17 special election results

May 18, 2005

Rebekah Scholars

June 15, 2005

‘Walk-in Movies’ series starts Saturday in Jackson Park

June 22, 2005

Hood River Classic rides again

June 15, 2005

Concert Reflections

A Ray of Hope

A Ray of Hope

Radio amateurs tune in to annual Field Day

Community invited to learn more about the world of ham radio

Community invited to learn more about the world of ham radio

Letters - June 22

Trees as crops

Dynamos dominate Gorge Challenge

June 29, 2005

County postpones Odell zone hearings

June 18, 2005

A Park Awaits

On the waterfront, potential is ripe

On the waterfront, potential is ripe

Party toasts new park on waterfront

Full Sail and Hopfest donate portion of sales to help create a long-awaited waterfront park

Full Sail and Hopfest donate portion of sales to help create a long-awaited waterfront park

Schools plan to restore land fund

June 15, 2005

Gibson Prairie off limits

Mount Hood National Forest bans ATV and dirt bikers from trails, allows horse riding

Mount Hood National Forest bans ATV and dirt bikers from trails, allows horse riding

Snagging fish violates ‘ethics of fair chance’

June 18, 2005

Like fish in water

July 2, 2005

Freedom March

June 29, 2005

Eagles focus, shut Lincoln down

May 25

HR Museum hosts Appraisal Fair June 25

June 18, 2005

Parking spaces

Big events show needs — and solutions

Big events show needs — and solutions

Out of the dark

The New Yasui Building was caught in a dispute that would have left $60,000 of restaurant equipment without electricity and many employees without jobs. A city intervention turned on the lights.

The New Yasui Building was caught in a dispute that would have left $60,000 of restaurant equipment without electricity and many employees without jobs. A city intervention turned on the lights.

Letters - May 21

Kudos, condolences

Sandbar parking fee launches new debate

City councilor Ann Frodel questions the legitimacy of fee; city manager says port illegally removed two trees

City councilor Ann Frodel questions the legitimacy of fee; city manager says port illegally removed two trees

First Scrabble Festival aids reading program

May 18

School Board adopts 05-06 budget, with $1 levy rate

June 25, 2005

‘Browsers’ open Book Stop on Oak

June 22, 2005

Mountaineers establish ‘Trifecta’ speed record

June 18, 2005

Sturgeon retention closed from Bonneville to John Day Dams

June 29, 2005

Mack saves 11, Eagles advance

The Eagles’ 8-4 playoff victory advanced them to Lincoln on Friday night

The Eagles’ 8-4 playoff victory advanced them to Lincoln on Friday night

You’ve graduated. Now what?

June 15, 2005

The private Post Canyon

County officials, property owners, and bikers are working toward common ground

County officials, property owners, and bikers are working toward common ground

Gala success brings art center near to reality

May 28, 2005

A mural soars at Wy’east

June 29, 2005

Bev Mathews ‘loves her customers’

Longtime waitress folds up her apron June 20 at Bette’s Place

Longtime waitress folds up her apron June 20 at Bette’s Place

Dry Season

Drought returns to the valley

Drought returns to the valley

Drug reaction + a phone call + 3 minutes = THREE HEROES

Sally Kamara mustered enough strength to dial 911 after ingesting a prescription that began paralyzing her. Within an hour firefighters had stabilized her. Kamara thanked them at a city council meeti

Sally Kamara mustered enough strength to dial 911 after ingesting a prescription that began paralyzing her. Within an hour firefighters had stabilized her. Kamara thanked them at a city council meeting last Monday.

Cycling Classic returns Big-time racing with small-town appeal

June 1, 2005

New Measure 37 claims cross county desk

May 18, 2005

City hires consultant to study parking

Preliminary solutions include shuttles to free leases for developers

Preliminary solutions include shuttles to free leases for developers

South Salem halts Eagles’ lacrosse

May 28

Local students earn degrees and places on deans’ lists

June 15, 2005

Class Notes

May 25, 2005

CL unveils new community center

May 28, 2005

Young winners

A fun pageant is just part of the story

A fun pageant is just part of the story

Parking solutions move beyond meters

June 1, 2005

Local highlights

June 8, 2005

United Way announces record year

June 15, 2005

Fruit pests

Backyard orchards pose a threat

Backyard orchards pose a threat

Letters - May 28

Casino not worth it

Fastpitch coaches optimistic despite playoff loss

May 28

Cooper Spur fall kills climber

Seattle mountaineer was climbing solo

Seattle mountaineer was climbing solo

Adelines win regional contest

May 18

Big-time racing with small-town appeal

June 1, 2005

Trio awarded John Weber Community Service scholarships

June 15, 2005

Letters - May 25

It was flouride

Adam Brown, Meghan Flink receive top Elks scholarships

June 8, 2005

CL Casino Tribes condemn ‘racist’ Web site posting

Questionable text on Cascade Locks No-Casino site refers to Indian Wars of 1855-56

Questionable text on Cascade Locks No-Casino site refers to Indian Wars of 1855-56

Obituaries - June 29

Helen Geneva Hosman

Alpinee artists open two-week show

June 1, 2005

Leaders for Tomorrow wraps up 10th year of service

June 1, 2005

School officer job in limbo

June 11, 2005

City’s draft budget squeaks by

June 4, 2005

Outward Bound

June 15, 2005

PROD volunteers drive dogs to safety

June 18, 2005

Mitch Sanders moves to Tigard

June 29, 2005

Canadians claim cycling titles

June 8, 2005

Obituaries - May 18

Mabel Beck

Event makes CL focus of arts, history and nature

June 22, 2005

Obituaries - June 25

Charles Ernest Edwards

Panorama of Gardens

Visit Eight Wonderful Gardens Featured On This Year's Tour

Visit Eight Wonderful Gardens Featured On This Year's Tour

For the Ages

Young people help at Memorial Day

Young people help at Memorial Day

Last day of school, first day of summer for kids

June 15, 2005

Clarification bills die in legislature

June 25, 2005

Port of CL hires Albaugh as finance director

June 1, 2005

Sidelines

Summer Wrestling/Winter Champions Camp

Measure 14-23 passes

he ballot title will now become part of the city charter; officials will try to figure out how

he ballot title will now become part of the city charter; officials will try to figure out how

New police chief opens door to Hood River

June 8, 2005

Roadless Rule could open 30,000 acres in Columbia Gorge

June 4, 2005

Ribbits hops in new direction

June 18, 2005

Openings available for ‘Bravissimo’

May 25, 2005

Letters - June 8

PROD teaches

Obituaries - July 2

Teresa Ann Whitecotton

Letters - June 15

Help save Secrets

Power in Pumpers

Students get mobile aboard donated vehicles

Students get mobile aboard donated vehicles

Only in Hood River

June 4, 2005

First claim heads to court

Bentons are dissatisfied with the county’s interpretation on their Measure 37 land use claim

Bentons are dissatisfied with the county’s interpretation on their Measure 37 land use claim

Mountain biker dies from fall off cliff

May 18, 2005

Judge sides with Gorge board

Court rules Measure 37 does not apply to Scenic Area lands

Court rules Measure 37 does not apply to Scenic Area lands

Mt. Hood National Forest cuts 10 jobs

May 28

Letters - June 18

Amazing space

Happy 4th

Safety honors volunteers’ efforts

Safety honors volunteers’ efforts

Cycling Classic peddles for help

May 18

Parts and Labor boutique presents the unique

June 29, 2005

Chuck Bowe dies at age 78

June 29, 2005

Port commission remains unchanged

Watson defeats Marquardo by 2,800 votes; Marquardo blames media

Watson defeats Marquardo by 2,800 votes; Marquardo blames media

‘SIMPLY GORGE-OUS’ Hood River hosts state Garden Clubs

June 11, 2005