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‘Rare Carnivores of Mt. Adams’ Nov. 9 at White Salmon Library

The Friends of Mount Adams will present a free public lecture, “Rare Carnivores of Mount Adams” on Nov. 9, 7-8 p.m. at the White Salmon Community Library Meeting Room, 77 N.E. Wauna Ave.

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Beach work

AN EXCAVATOR operated by John Mann, Port of Hood River facilities manager, unearths a boulder at Event Site on the Hood River Waterfront, to assemble a new rock wall.

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Recycling in Oregon in ‘slowdown’ but not at an end

DEQ officials clarify report

This includes corrections to an earlier article.

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‘Out of the Shadow’

Hood River Valley High School art teacher Amirra Malak was a featured artist in a Scientific American blog post Sept. 27.

Fall Energy Symposium hosted in HR

The 2017 Fall Energy Symposium happens at Best Western Plus Hood River Inn Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 16-17.

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Local recycling program feels global impacts

A change in local recycling policy could be coming, thanks to a global change in the way materials are managed.

Officials: Fire won’t be out until rain, snow

The Eagle Creek fire will likely keep burning until weather helps put it out, fire team reports state.

HR County holds next meeting on Energy Plan Wednesday in Odell

Through a series of town hall meetings, Hood River County invites the public to learn about and provide insights into a countywide Energy Plan that charts a course for the future.

Rock blasting on I-84 west of Hood River starts Thursday

Rock blasting and highway work will lead to delays on Interstate 84 near milepost 53, starting Thursday.

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‘H is for Harvest’ benefits Residents Committee

“Homegrown” best describes the third annual “H is for Harvest” auction fundraiser for Hood River Valley Residents Committee on Saturday, Oct. 7 from 6-9 p.m. at Springhouse Cellars.

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Wash. coal hub suffers blow

Olympia, Wash. (AP) — A company that wants to build and operate a large terminal to export coal from the western U.S. to Asia was denied a key permit by Washington state on Sept. 26 because of environmental concerns.

Fire activity ‘limited’ despite dry week

Dicey weather didn’t outrage the Eagle Creek fire, which showed subdued activity as firefighters pressed on with repair efforts.

Monday in CL: Fire recovery information presented at Port Pavilion

Fire recovery: What happens next?

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Summer of Smoke

Susan Crowley’s early-September image of a kiteboarder on the Hood River Sandbar invokes the pervasive impacts of the Eagle Creek fire.

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Plan Bee: Students create Gorge-wide pollinators sculpture project

Good things come in small spaces.