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Reba McEntire’s Separation Surprised Fans and Industry Insiders

Tuesday, August 4, 2015 4:39pm

In a community where celebrity divorce rumors tend to run rampant, news of Reba McEntire and husband Narvel Blackstock’s separation came as a huge surprise to fans and the Nashville music industry. The couple announced Monday (Aug. 3) that they’ve separated after a 26-year marriage. McEntire confirmed the news on her official website. “In a... Read more »

Nashville Legend Billy Sherrill Dead at 78

Tuesday, August 4, 2015 2:27pm

Producer and songwriter Billy Sherrill, whose hits for Tammy Wynette, George Jones, Charlie Rich, Tanya Tucker, David Houston and others earned him niches in both the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, died Tuesday morning (Aug. 4) in Nashville at the age of 78. Born Nov. 5, 1936 in... Read more »

Georgia Boys Alan Jackson, Luke Bryan Top This Week’s Charts

Tuesday, August 4, 2015 12:03pm

There are two new titles at the tops of Billboard‘s country albums and country airplay charts this week, both by Georgia boys. Alan Jackson’s Angels and Alcohol moves in as the No. 1 album (up from No. 2 last week), and Luke Bryan’s “Kick the Dust Up” claims its place as the primo song. Like... Read more »

Check Out Photos From the Oregon Jamboree

Tuesday, August 4, 2015 11:53am

Dierks Bentley, Keith Urban and Big & Rich delivered the goods during their headlining sets this past weekend (July 31-Aug. 2) at the Oregon Jamboree. Others who headed to the Cascade Mountains for the festival in Sweet Home, Oregon, included Lee Brice, Thomas Rhett, Kelsea Ballerini, Hunter Hayes Love and Theft and Michael Ray. Check... Read more »

Billy Currington Joins Writers of “Don’t It” at No. 1 Party

Tuesday, August 4, 2015 11:00am

Music Row toasted Billy Currington and the three writers of his latest hit, “Don’t It,” with a No. 1 party Monday afternoon (Aug. 3) at the CMA building in Nashville. The writers are Ashley Gorley, Jaren Johnston and Ross Copperman, all of whom were present with Currington to bask in the accolades. Mike Sistad spoke... Read more »

  • The Dalles City Council Approves Google Agreement

    After nearly 90 minutes of intensive discussion, The Dalles City Council voted to approve a 15-year enterprise zone tax abatement agreement for Google's proposed new data center on 23 acres near..

  • Fires In Klickitat County; Evacuations Near Roosevelt

    A wildfire Tuesday forced a mandatory evacuation notice for 300 people in the Roosevelt area east of Sundale Road. The fast moving grass fire broke out at around 1 p.m. Tuesday in the area of Highway.

  • White Salmon Water Emergency Lifted

    The City of White Salmon lifted its water emergency this morning. Citizens in the community had been asked to limit water use to domestic essentials since Sunday, when there was a break in the main...

  • Insitu To Build Six Small UAS For Navy And Marines

    Insitu will be building six small tactical unmanned aircraft systems for the Navy and Marine Corps. The Bingen-based Boeing subsidiary announced it has signed a 78 million dollar deal to build the...

  • Wyden Says Planned Parenthood Defund Would Have Hurt Women's Health Care

    Senator Ron Wyden said a vote to defund Planned Parenthood would have put "a big red target" on women's health care. The Oregon Democrat spoke on the floor before a procedural vote in the Senate..

  • Public Speaks On Google Enterprise Zone Proposal

    The Dalles City Council and the Wasco County Commission heard over two hours of testimony at a joint hearing on the proposed enterprise zone agreement with Google for a new data center on over 23...

  • D-21 Names New TDMS Principal

    Sandra Harris has been named the new principal at The Dalles Middle School. Harris is currently with the Redmond School District as Administrator for the District’s online educational programs..

  • Cross Channel Swim Is Full

    It's still a month away, but the annual Roy Webster Columbia River Cross Channel Swim is already sold out. Ashley Huckaby May at the Hood River County Chamber of Commerce says last week they...

  • Sawdust Pile Fire At SDS

    Fire crews in Bingen dealt with a fire in a sawdust pile in the SDS Lumber yard late Sunday night and early Monday morning. Bingen Mayor Betty Barnes says the fire was reported at around 11:30 Sunday.

  • Lost Berry Picker Found

    Searchers today found an 87-year-old woman who had become separated from her daughter while picking huckleberries in the Sawtooth Berry fields near Trout Lake. The Skamania County Sheriff's...

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