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Dierks Bentley: “I Feel So Lucky to Have Had a Dad Like Him”

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 4:18pm

Dierks Bentley lost his father Leon four years ago on June 1, 2012. It was a huge loss for Bentley, and when he was in Chicago a week ago, we had the chance to talk about how the years have helped heal his pain. “I feel so lucky to have had a dad like him,... Read more »

Drew Baldridge Has a Funky Good Time in “Train”

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 1:22pm

Drew Baldridge browses the soul and country sections at Grimey’s New and Preloved Music in Nashville when his eyes stop. “Earth, Wind & Fire is one of my favorites,” he says picking up their Greatest Hits. “‘Serpentine Fire’ has one of the greatest grooves ever. You look back at music in this time and you’re... Read more »

Avett Brothers Take Flight in “Ain’t No Man”

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 10:43am

Prepare for liftoff with the Avett Brothers’ video for “Ain’t No Man.” The song will have you jumping out of your seat, clapping your hands and singing along. The guys actually do take flight in the video, directed by Scott Avett, as they board a plane to head to their next destination. It’s all part... Read more »

Carrie Underwood: “My Body Can Do Anything”

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 6:22am

It’s hard to imagine a world where Carrie Underwood packed on the Freshman Fifteen. And maybe she didn’t. But in the latest issue of Us Weekly, she makes it sound like she enjoyed all the freedoms — and junk food — that came with her years at Oklahoma’s Northeastern State University. “I mean, every college... Read more »

A Little Bit of Home With Craig Morgan

Monday, May 30, 2016 10:36am

There are few road signs on the last stretch of country road to Craig Morgan’s house outside Dickson, Tennessee. But there are at least four houses of God with some enlightening roadside wisdom. A Presbyterian church sign reads, “When we focus on the rain, we never see the rainbow.” A springtime rain had just doused... Read more »

  • California Man Charged With Assault; Woman In Coma

    A 41-year-old California man was formally charged with assault in the first degree in Hood River Circuit Court Tuesday afternoon, while a woman is in a coma at a Portland hospital. Matthew Shane...

  • TD Election Packets Available

    Information packets will be available beginning Wednesday for citizens interested in running for elected offices in The Dalles this November. The positions of Mayor, Councilor at Large, Council...

  • Golden Eagle Park Meetings Planned

    The Hood River Valley Parks and Recreation District will hold two public meetings to discuss proposed improvements for Golden Eagle Park and the adjacent high school baseball fields. District...

  • Oregon Class 5A Baseball/Softball Playoffs

    Oregon Class 5A Baseball Quarterfinal Hood River Valley 2, Ashland 0: Patrick Harvey hit two home runs while Connor Coerper pitched a two-hitter to lead HRV to the win and keep their hopes of...

  • Memorial Day Observances Planned

    Memorial Day observances are planned around the Mid-Columbia on Monday. In Hood River there will be a ceremony at Idlewilde Cemetery beginning at 11 a.m., with presentations by American Legion Post...

  • TD Planning Makes Marijuana Zoning Recommendations

    The Dalles City Planning Commission is sending a series of recommendations to the City Council on zoning for the processing, production, wholesaling, and retailing of recreational marijuana. When it..

  • Houses Passes Forest Management Bill Again; Walden Calls For Senate To Act

    The U.S. House has once again passed a bill supporters believe would streamline forest management and reduce the threat of catastrophic wildfire. Passage of the Resilient Federal Forests Act came as..

  • May 25 Prep Sports Roundup

    Oregon Class 5-A Baseball Tournament First Round Hood River Valley 17, Eagle Point 3: HRV scored five runs in both of the first two innings and cruised to the win. Kellen Duffy had a homer and drove..

  • Port of HR Progresses On Lower Mill Property

    The Port of Hood River is progressing on preparing the former Lower Hanel Mill property for use as a light industrial park. Port Commissioners got an initial look at draft design guidelines for the...

  • North Wasco Aquatic Center Open Memorial Day

    The Northern Wasco County Aquatic Center will be open on Memorial Day and the following weekend before fully opening for the season on June 11. Northern Wasco County Parks and Recreation District...