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Vancouver’s hospitality industry could catch a friendly wave if waterfront planners accommodate the travel industry’s growing Columbia River vacation cruise business. River cruise travel throughout...
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2015/05/29 05:44
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FRIDAY'S SCHEDULE 4A state tournament at Merkel Sports Complex, Spokane Camas vs. Gig Harbor, 10 a.m. Battle Ground vs. Richland, noon 3A state tournament at Regional Athletic Complex,...
2015/05/29 01:04
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Hanford's McCluskey Room gets cleaned up HANFORD, Wash. --We got an inside look into some of the cleanup going on at Hanford. Including a first viewing of the so-called McCluskey Room. It was the...
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Agency reports killing 109 cormorants so far to help salmon | News - Home Agency reports killing 109 cormorants so far to help salmon The double-crested cormorant is a waterbird associated with...
2015/05/28 18:49
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BREMERTON — U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer is urging the Navy to keep the planned recycling of the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise’s reactor compartments and radioactive systems at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard...
2015/05/28 18:44
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C-Tran has asked for the full dismissal of a lawsuit challenging its planned bus rapid transit system in Vancouver. The lawsuit, filed by 19 plaintiffs in Clark County Superior Court in November,...
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Union's Cody Hawken has been selected as the Gatorade Washington Baseball Player of the Year, Gatorade announced Thursday. The award, which recognizes not only outstanding athletic excellence, but...
2015/05/28 16:29
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BLM riverside campfire restrictions to begin | News - Home Annual campfire restrictions will go into effect Monday June 1 on portions of the Deschutes, John Day and Crooked rivers, as well as on...
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Twenty-seven years ago, Gina Owens began her Forest Service career as a seasonal worker on the Packwood Ranger District. On July 6, she returns to the Gifford Pinchot National Forest as supervisor of...
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The Washington State Department of Transportation has hired Kris Strickler as its new Southwest regional administrator. Strickler succeeds Don Wagner, who retired this month after a 42-year career in...
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May 30: Sierra Club Banks-Vernonia State Trail ride, 28 miles, moderate. Carpool to start point from Vancouver. Signup deadline May 28. No ride if raining. Register with outing leader, Lehman Holder,...
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Chinook angling the lower Columbia River is in the period where the spring run is waning and the summer run is not here yet. It’s not hopeless, by any means, but catch rates are mediocre. The water...
2015/05/28 06:29
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Camp, fish for free on two Saturdays in June | News - Home Camp, fish for free on two Saturdays in June State parks throughout Oregon invite the public to camp and play for free the weekend of June...
2015/05/28 01:44
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The Clark County council closed a week of political drama Wednesday by unanimously granting the Columbia River Economic Development Council its Associate Development Organization status. The...
2015/05/28 01:44
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An effort to build a political bridge of sorts crumbled in the Washington Senate on Wednesday, just like the Columbia River Crossing project before it. Reps. Liz Pike, R-Camas, and Sharon Wylie,...
2015/05/27 23:57
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Man showing crabs at Rockaway Beach, Oregon. (Photo: Erik Isakson/Getty Images) Man showing crabs at Rockaway Beach, Oregon. (Photo: Erik Isakson/Getty Images) OLYMPIA — The Washington Department of...
2015/05/27 23:29
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US shoots Columbia River birds to stop their salmon meals | News - Home US shoots Columbia River birds to stop their salmon meals The double-crested cormorant is a waterbird associated with inland...
2015/05/27 23:04
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Testing the water with Greenies' paddle boards RICHLAND, Wash. -- Stand up paddle boarding is the new trend in outdoor summer activities! It's relaxing, fun, and different when it comes to being out...
2015/05/27 13:44
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SAN FRANCISCO — Nestle’s plan to bottle Oregon’s spring water is stoking a fight with lawmakers and environmental activists who say a corporation shouldn’t be allowed to profit from a natural resource...
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PORTLAND, Ore. -- The man who blew the whistle on the request from the governor’s office to delete thousands of Governor Kitzhaber's emails from state servers has shared his story with our news...
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