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Roundup of arts and letters 10/3/13

Washington, Oregon will no longer honor each other’s Sno-Park permits

Oregon and Washington are ending a 35-year agreement to honor each other’s permits for winter recreation areas.

Sheriff's deputies apprehend Lyle Post Office robbery suspect

Randal L. Osburn, 28, of Lyle, was arrested Tuesday morning after he allegedly robbed the Lyle Post Office at knife point.

Amazing weekend rainfall totals throughout the Northwest

Historic September rainfall totals continued to add up across Oregon and SW Washington on Monday. In some cases more than 15" of rain has fallen in just the past 72 hours alone near Mt. St. Helens in SW Washington.

Weekly gas update

Average retail gasoline prices in Washington have fallen 1.4 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.71 per gallon on Sunday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 2,666 gas outlets in Washington.

Trout Lake News Falling temps bring fall notes

September brings the beginning of autumn. Temperatures are falling, the colors are changing, and kids have been back in school for almost a month. Here is what is happening at Trout Lake School.

Six Rivers offers mediation training

Six Rivers Community Mediation is offering a 40-hour Basic Mediation Training Oct. 3 to 6.

Roundup of arts and letters

Reiki classes offered through community ed

Reiki classes are being offered at Hood River Community Ed on Oct. 6 and 13.

RASMUSSEN’S PUMPKIN FUNLAND OPENS OCT. 1

Rasmussen Farms’ famous Pumpkin Funland opens on Oct. 1.

POLICE BLOTTER

Moving for better balance at Bethel Church

Bethel UCC Church will offer a movement class for seniors beginning in October.

Lyle News Open house includes free lunch

If you missed the Homesteader’s Fair you missed out on one of the most active and fun events of the year. There was a huge turnout of over 30 vendor booths filling the park and even more activities inside the Activity Center. The Twin Bridges Museum’s doors were open and their offer of a hearty breakfast of biscuits and gravy downstairs was a success and brought many new visitors upstairs to the museum itself. Both Lyle and High Prairie fire departments demonstrated techniques and let the children have a go at holding the fire hose. Other demonstrations were fly tying, blacksmithing, soap making, farming with draft horses, a traveling museum with display boards and hands on fun with gold panning, and baby animals; all this and more was topped with two food vendors and live music from four different bands taking turns entertaining the crowd.

Learn, play with young children

Families with children ages birth-five years are invited to “Learn & Play” on Thursday, Oct. 3, from 5 to 6 p.m. at Whitson Elementary School.

Learn about natural anti-aging strategies

A free lecture on anti-aging strategies will be held Monday, Sept. 30, from 3 to 4 p.m. at the White Salmon Community Library.