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Linda McNaughton recently submitted these two photos of her Parkdale orchard: Mount Hood “peeking” out from the clouds, and a cloud that “look…
A rare dust event obscures the Washington side of the river Monday in these images taken from Hood River Marina beach at about 1:30 p.m. The p…
Early this morning Mt. Hood Meadows public safety reported a small fire at Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Area, about 0.25 mile east of the Shooting Sta…
During our epic journey sailing across the Pacific Ocean with our family of four, we had the opportunity to witness a total solar eclipse, just south of Tahiti. It required a challenging overnight sail and a little bit of effort to view 100 percent totality.
A red-winged blackbird displays from the top of a cattail despite a day of clouds and rain in a Klickitat County marsh Monday afternoon.
TOKYO (AP) — Evening viewers in much of Asia and early risers in parts of the Americas were treated to a stunning lunar eclipse on Wednesday, though clouds obscured it for some.
A pedestrian, his umbrella rolled up but ready, walks in front of the Civic Auditorium on Fourth Street in The Dalles.
To the editor: At about 8:20 a.m. Sunday, July 21, I was about to enter Washington Highway 14 from Cook-Underwood Road. Before I turned, I looked east and saw a black, menacing tornado-like cloud moving toward me. I didn’t know what it was at first, but as it drew closer I realized it was a coal train headed west on the tracks that closely parallel Highway 14 through the narrow Columbia River Gorge.
Volunteers are being sought to participate in the latest weather spotter training April 10 in The Dalles. Registration is required for the training and at least 10 people must register or the training will be canceled. Registration is on the Internet at weather.gov/Pendleton. You may either follow the clickable link at the top of the internet page, or email email@example.com, or call Dennis Hull at 541-969-7136.