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Columbia River Gorge

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September 25, 2021, 6:02am Business

Here's a look at some of the stories that were popular with Columbian readers this week. Read story

Rain, wind forecast in Clark County for weekend

September 14, 2021, 5:10pm Clark County News

David Bishop, meteorologist at the Portland branch of the National Weather Service, wants you to check and clear your gutters and storm drains of debris because it’s going to get… Read story

Bradford Island and the Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River in 2019.

EPA recommends adding Columbia River’s Bradford Island to Superfund

Bradford Island and the Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River in 2019.

September 8, 2021, 1:53pm Clark County News

A nearby stretch of the Columbia River may soon join a list of sites slated for a federal toxic cleanup program, the Environmental Protection Agency announced Wednesday. Read story

A foggy morning scene on the Columbia River near The Dalles, Oregon

Proposal to lay cables under Columbia River met with skepticism

A foggy morning scene on the Columbia River near The Dalles, Oregon

July 24, 2021, 6:00am Editor's Choice

Can slicing a 100-mile trench into the bed of the Columbia River be good for the environment? The answer is a big yes, says a team of energy developers that proposes submerging power cables in the riverbed. Read story

Vista House in Oregon overlooks the Columbia River Gorge.

Northwest lawmakers seek progress on Columbia River Treaty

Vista House in Oregon overlooks the Columbia River Gorge.

July 1, 2021, 9:02am Business

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A bipartisan group of 21 Northwest lawmakers called on President Joe Biden to prioritize a long-running effort to renegotiate a 60-year-old treaty that governs how the United States and Canada share the waters of the Columbia River Basin. Read story

A bald eagle perches in a tree and surveys activity along a rural Vancouver road in 2015.

Popular annual ‘Eagle Watch’ in Columbia River Gorge moves online

A bald eagle perches in a tree and surveys activity along a rural Vancouver road in 2015.

February 16, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Life

If you want to fly like an eagle in the Columbia River Gorge, this isn’t your year. But, at 6 p.m. today, you will be able to Zoom like an eagle. Read story

While much of the forest near Eagle Creek is charred, some areas of forest greenery survived the 2017 wildfire. The forest floor has also started its revival.

Eagle Creek trail reopens after damage for 2017 wildfirevideo icon

While much of the forest near Eagle Creek is charred, some areas of forest greenery survived the 2017 wildfire. The forest floor has also started its revival.

January 14, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Life

With water dripping off the mossy gorge walls above Eagle Creek, it's hard to believe that spot was once an inferno. Read story

The Vista House in the Columbia River Gorge.

Columbia River management plan completed

The Vista House in the Columbia River Gorge.

September 30, 2020, 1:32pm Latest News

WASHINGTON, D.C. — After an in-depth review ordered by President Donald J. Trump nearly two years ago, the federal agencies responsible for overseeing the Columbia River have agreed on a management plan that will balance power generation and the needs of wildlife. Read story

Bernadette Price of Skamania caught this photo of a BNSF Railway bridge in transit on the Columbia River to its new home on Drano Lake.

Bridge built in Vancouver heads through Columbia River Gorge to future home

Bernadette Price of Skamania caught this photo of a BNSF Railway bridge in transit on the Columbia River to its new home on Drano Lake.

August 27, 2020, 5:17pm Clark County News

A 360-foot-long, 2.7-million-pound railroad bridge was dwarfed by the scale of the Columbia River Gorge on Thursday when Bernadette Price of Skamania captured a photo of the bridge in transit to its future home on Drano Lake. Read story

Walter Strandhagen of Camas views the Columbia River Gorge from the Cape Horn Scenic Area on the Washington side in August 2018.

Grappling with the Columbia River Gorge

Walter Strandhagen of Camas views the Columbia River Gorge from the Cape Horn Scenic Area on the Washington side in August 2018.

August 16, 2020, 6:03am Clark County News

Thousands of years ago — but not nearly as many thousand as you might think — the unimaginable power of melting glaciers and rushing water tore a long, deep canyon between the landscapes we now call Southwest Washington and Northwest Oregon. Read story