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Insitu’s ScanEagle Joins Eagle Creek Fire Attack

Sunday night, Insitu launched its ScanEagle unmanned aircraft from Bingen Point into a gloomy, smoke-filled sky.

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SR14 Closed to Truck Traffic; Fire Now Going in Skamania

As of Tuesday morning because of the Eagle Creek Fire, all lanes of Interstate 84 remain closed from Troutdale (Exit 17) to 2 miles west of Hood River (MP 62).

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The Society Hotel Opening Second Location in the Columbia Gorge

The owners of Portland’s The Society Hotel are taking their successful hybrid historic hotel/hostel model to the heart of the Columbia River Gorge.

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White Salmon Welcomes Its Newest Postmaster

White Salmon Post Office’s new postmaster, James Hamilton, was sworn in by Portland Post Office District officials on Thursday, Aug. 10.

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Work moving along on NorthShore Medical Group clinic

After sitting idle and buried under snow throughout the winter months, activity has resumed again at the site of the new Northshore Medical Group building off State Route 14, east of the Hood River Bridge.

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Bipartisan Erin’s Law making its way through Legislature

First-term Washington State Representative Gina McCabe of Goldendale still has four of her sponsored bills alive in the 2015 legislative session. One of those bills — House Bill 2183 (Erin’s Law) — was brought to her...

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Icy roads lead to collision Tuesday

Slippery road conditions caused by snow and ice led to this early morning head-on collision on State Route 141 north of White Salmon, near milepost 3.5.

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Happy Halloween from all of us at The Enterprise!

It's time once again to "Get Your Ghoul On" and join friends and neighbors for the 8th annual Community Halloween, Thursday evening from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm in downtown White Salmon.

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Community Benefit Dinner: Photo

It takes a community to help its fellow residents, or in the case of the White Salmon Community Benefit, it takes a score of volunteers to prepare and serve the turkey or ham dinners with all the trimmings.

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