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Police Log, Nov. 20 to 26

All calls were responded to within the City of Hood River.

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A new House Rep

Oregon Supreme Court Justice Thomas Balmer, administers the oath of office Wednesday to House Rep. Jeffrey Helfrich of Hood River.

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State Trail: ODOT mulls options for crossing Mitchell Pt.

As work presses into winter on the Wyeth portion of the Columbia River Historic Highway State Trail, transportation agencies are considering alternatives for the next piece of the endeavor: Mitchell Point.

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Vietnam vet finds healing via ‘flying museum’

For Parkdale’s Dave Foster, healing began with an unexpected email.

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Christmas Project goes into action

Families can sign up Dec. 8-9

Distribution happens next week, and registration for the 2017 Hood River County Christmas Project concludes Dec. 9.

HRV Wrestling — Wrestle for a Cure Campaign

HRV wrestling has their first home dual meet of the year this on Thursday, Dec. 7.

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CRITFC asks for Lamprey photos

Portland — The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC) is exploring the historical range and abundance of Pacific Lamprey throughout the Columbia River Basin.

New state office will seek improvement to recreational economy

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — A newly created state office is hoping to take Oregon’s recreational economy from good to great.

Fatal crash on Mt. Hood

On Sunday, Dec. 3, Oregon State Police troopers and emergency crews responded to a report of a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 26 at milepost 65.

Hood River man rejoins Earthjustice as trustee

Former Earthjustice President Vawter “Buck” Parker, a Hood River resident, has returned to the organization where he worked for 35 years to serve as a member of its board of trustees.

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HR Valley Christian’s Women’s Ministries holds quilt fundraiser

It’s a win/win for the Hood River community because Women’s Ministries at Hood River Valley Christian Church loves to give.

HR Soil and Water Conservation District native plant sale now on

Did you lose trees to winter storms or bark beetle damage? Want to add color to your garden in the grey winter months?

Mile Post 53: Expect delays for rock blasting Thursday on I-84

Interstate 84 will see rolling slowdowns and delays in both directions on Thursday, Dec. 7 for the sixth in a rock blasting series necessary to build the latest segment of the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail.