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2014/11/01 07:44
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KELSO — Columbia River spent this week looking ahead to its most important football game of the season. The Chieftains also took a look back. With a 49-35 win over Kelso, Columbia River won Friday's...
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2014/11/01 05:32
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PREP FOOTBALL Auburn 49, Lakes 27 Auburn Mountainview 49, Enumclaw 28 Black Hills 56, Centralia 28 Blanchet 31, Garfield 7 Bothell 55, Inglemoor 0 Camas 49, Heritage 0 Capital 45, Shelton...
2014/10/31 17:44
2014/10/31 17:44
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OLYMPIA — More than 750 people turned out for a Thursday night public hearing in Olympia on the safety of oil train shipments through Washington. Most of the crowd was opposed to increased oil train...
2014/10/31 16:58
2014/10/31 16:58
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The subject was oil train traffic, and most of a roughly 750-person crowd Thursday night opposed the increasing transportation of crude oil by rail across Washington. And if more oil trains do...
2014/10/31 06:45
2014/10/31 06:45
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FRIDAY'S SCHEDULE Camas vs. Heritage, 5 p.m. at McKenzie Stadium Woodland vs. Fort Vancouver, 5 p.m. at Kiggins Bowl Hockinson at R.A. Long, 7 p.m. Mark Morris at Washougal, 7 p.m. Columbia River...
2014/10/31 05:24
2014/10/31 05:24
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Energy Minister Bill Bennett caused a stir at a conference on the Columbia River treaty with a speech calling for the U.S. government to pay more for the power and flood protection they...
2014/10/31 01:44
2014/10/31 01:44
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SPOKANE — Three environmental groups sued a state agency Thursday over the effects of the Northwest’s only commercial nuclear power plant on the water quality of the Columbia River. The Northwest...
2014/10/30 20:57
2014/10/30 20:57
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Published: Thursday, October 30, 2014, 1:14 p.m. Yakama tribe to sue over Hanford cleanup YAKIMA � The Yakama Tribal Council says it will sue the U.S. Department of Energy and the Environmental...
2014/10/30 18:22
2014/10/30 18:22
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More good news from The Dalles this week with an announcement that the Port of The Dalles is nearing completion on a new 60-acre industrial subdivision. When completed, the 60-acre industrial park...
2014/10/30 18:18
2014/10/30 18:18
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Thanks for the memories Thank you for the Oct. 15 “No Bad Days” column, “The Boats of Summer.” You bring back amazing memories. I remember so well many of those races, particularly in the early...
2014/10/30 13:45
2014/10/30 13:45
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Another train horn quiet zone has been established within Vancouver city limits. Dan Swensen, the city's engineering and construction services manager, said Wednesday that the routine sounding of...
2014/10/30 13:45
2014/10/30 13:45
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Elk hunting is pretty predictable in Southwest Washington — at least the modern firearms season. About 15,000 hunters go afield and about 5 percent to 7 percent harvest a bull. The vast majority of...
2014/10/30 13:45
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The surge in late-run coho has reached inland, with good catches in the Cowlitz and North Fork of the Lewis rivers, plus off the mouth of the Klickitat River in the Columbia Gorge. Coho catches also...
2014/10/30 04:44
2014/10/30 04:44
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After three seasons at or near the bottom of the Big Sky Conference and with a new head coach who cleaned house and brought in eight freshmen, Eastern Washington was picked to finish dead last this...
2014/10/30 01:45
2014/10/30 01:45
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This week’s rankings brought in some new faces to the top 10. Stevenson, despite a 4-4 overall record, cracked the top 10 by clinching the No. 2 seed to the 1A district playoffs last week. Hockinson...
2014/10/30 01:34
2014/10/30 01:34
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By Michael J. Riley How do you think Oregonians would be better off, under a Richardson administration as opposed to a Kitzhaber administration? Even without focusing on the scandals, the epic...
2014/10/29 23:34
2014/10/29 23:34
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For thousands of years, the towering Cascade Range peak 50 miles east of Portland was known to native peoples by a variety of names, most prominently Wy'east. But on Oct. 29, 1792 (222 years ago...
2014/10/29 21:34
2014/10/29 21:34
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PORTLAND — A report from NOAA Fisheries Service shows Astoria, Oregon, topped West Coast ports in pounds of fish landed last year. The report released Wednesday shows 159 million pounds of fish...
2014/10/29 19:29
2014/10/29 19:29
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It's taking a little longer than planned for the first phase of a project to paint and repair the Columbia River bridge at Astoria. The Daily Astorian reports work began in 2009 on painting and...
2014/10/29 13:45
2014/10/29 13:45
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... FALL STARTUP EVENT MATHEMATICS CONTEST Mountain View High School students won 22nd place in the 2014 Fall Startup Event, a national mathematics contest administered by National Assessment &...
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