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Category Archives: Oregon
The Mail Tribune reports authorities are debating whether to fine Brian Lester Thibeault, 19, of Medford $150 for not filling out the Mount Hood permit and then having to be rescued.
KOIN reports all spots for the 25th annual Fred Meyer Hood to Coast Relay filled in one one day.
KOIN reports Curtis Charles Meister fell 100-150 feet to his death on Goat Mountain, outside Estacada, Oregon. The friends said they were all hiking when Meister said he wanted to climb down the cliff. He lost his grip and fell … Continue reading
KGW reports a 23-year-old college student fellow 700 feet while returning to the trail after a climb of Three-Fingered Jack in Linn County, Oregon.
The Statesman-Journal reports a helicopter rescued Joan Ding near the summit of Mout Washington, Oregon, after she fel 15 feet breaking her leg and finger.
KGW reports the body of John V. Zazzara who was missing for two weeks on Mount McLoughlin was found by a friend who was searching for him.
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports Todd R. Engelhardt fell 1,000 feet on the Cooper Spur route of Mount Hood along the Newton-Clark glacier.
The Seattle Post Intelligencer reports Elizabeth Reddout of Castle Rock, WA, fell 80 feet at Winter Falls in Silver Falls State Park in Oregon.
KOIN reports the 3rd incident in for years where a dog had to be rescued in Zig Zag Canyon on Mount Hood.
The Oregonian reports the Oregon National Guard airlifted two climbers after an avalanche injured them on the North Sister.
Following the record low snow year, Mount Hood Meadows Ski Resort is asking permission to build a million gallon tank to handel snow making chores according to Oregon Live.
Spatial News reports the USGS has issued it first list of 169 U.S. volcanoes that need to be monitored through its National Volcano Early Warning System (NVEWS) .
Nearly two feet of snow in the past two weeks have opened Northwest Ski Resorts for the first time since mid-January in this year’s record low snow. Ironically March 31 is the last date that Snotel traditionally measures snowpack. The … Continue reading
The HeraldNet reports an exhibit at the Mukilteo Light Station shows the actual 1855 Point Elliott Treaty signed with 82 “X” mark signatures from Indian Chiefs in which they gave Mount Hood and Mount Rainier to the white men. The … Continue reading
An AP article says Brian Landeck, 46, fell 600 feet on 5,160-foot McClellan Butte east of North Bend, Oregon. He was unroped at the time.