Most read stories on Columbian.com, week of Oct. 30

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Most read stories on Columbian.com last week:

No. 1) Buyer sought for Tumtum Mountain

Want to buy a mountain? If so, real estate broker Terri Eklund has a deal for you. Eklund is selling Tumtum Mountain, a symmetrical, cone-shaped hill in northern Clark County, near the tiny community of Chelatchie Prairie. Listed at $699,900, the asking price for the 1,400-foot-tall Tumtum has dropped about 50 percent from its earlier price of $1.4 million.

No. 2) Rafting guide makes first river trip after Condit Dam breaching

The lower White Salmon River is laced with woody debris that “look like shish kebabs facing upstream ready to spear you,” said the rafting guide who on Wednesday made the first trip down the stream since the breaching of Condit Dam.

No. 3) Rash of accidents on county highways keep troopers busy

Washington State Patrol troopers were swamped Sunday afternoon, investigating an estimated 16 traffic crashes.

No. 4) Occupy Portland: Man pushes police sergeant into moving TriMet bus; minor injuries

On Wednesday Portland Police officers from all precincts were called to assist with an Occupy Portland march through Downtown and the lower east side of Portland.

No. 5) Week 10 high school football scores

A roundup of all the high school football scores in the county on Friday.