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Salem-News.com (Jun-17-2010 18:16)

Body of Canadian Climber Recovered from Mount Hood

"Our hearts go out to the family" - Hood River County Sheriff Joe Wampler

(MOUNT HOOD, Ore.) - Recovery of Canadian climber, Robert Dale Wiebe's body on Mt. Hood, Oregon Personnel from the Crag Rats, Corvallis Mountain Rescue and Eugene Mountain Rescue, were able to successfully recover the body of Canadian climber, Robert Dale Wiebe today.

"We appreciate all of the help that we received from search and rescue volunteers", said Chief Deputy Jerry Brown. "Today's mission could not have been completed without their help."

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Salem-News.com (Mar-23-2010 23:38)

Snowboarder`s Death on Mt. Hood Under Investigation

Although this death is being investigated as accidental, the exact cause has not been determined.

(MOUNT HOOD, Ore.) - Mt. Hood in Oregon Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Patrol notified the Hood River County Sheriff's office Monday at about 6:30 p.m., that a snowboarder had been found deceased after being reported missing about an hour earlier.

Detective Matt English with the sheriff's office says the snowboarder was later identified as 18-year old Levi Krukowski of Portland.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-08-2009 04:15)

Can a Relationship Survive This Much Stress?

Our relationship will survive this round of stress. We’ll learn; we’ll grow; we’ll fight; we’ll make up. Life’s good, even with my arm in a sling.

(AGOURA Calif.) - Bruce Sallan's family skiing at Mammoth How much stress can a new relationship survive? I am fond of quoting the cliché that most of us would rather keep our own problems vs. trade with someone else. Yet, lately, I wonder.

Okay, I’ll keep our troubles, but it does raise the notion of enough is enough.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-19-2008 19:53)

Injured Climber on Mt. Hood Safely Evacuated

Clackamas County SAR personnel report that the injured climber was plucked-off Mount Hood safely by 1042nd‏ Helicopter Squadron.

(MOUNT HOOD, Ore.) - Oregon Guard 1042nd Medical Company Blackhawk Photo by Tim King Salem-News.com Search and Rescue personnel on Mount Hood are reporting the Oregon Army National Guard 1042 helicopter has flown to the Hogs Back area of Mount Hood, and lowered a medically trained member of their flight crew down with rescue personnel on the ground with the patient. This member of the flight crew assessed the situation and determined the best options available to remove the patient from the mountain.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-30-2007 18:59)

Skiers Beware! Avalanche Watch in Northern Oregon Cascades

Back country travelers should be very aware of the significantly increasing Avalanche Danger over the weekend and into early next week.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Salem-News.com An Avalanche Watch has been issued by the National Weather Service for the Olympics, Washington Cascades and the Mt. Hood area for Sunday and Monday.

With an already unstable snowpack in place, abundant new snowfall mid-to-late Saturday and Sunday is expected to combine with increasingly strong winds and a warming trend mid-to-late Sunday into Monday, to produce a substantial increase in Avalanche Danger both Sunday and Monday.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-28-2007 17:03)

Snow Advisory Issued for Oregon Cascades, Coast Range


(PORTLAND, Ore.) - snow image The National Weather Service in Portland has issued a Snow Advisory until midnight tonight for the Oregon Coast Range and until 5:00 AM Thursday for the Oregon Cascades.

2 to 4 inches of snow is likely in the north and central coast range. For the Cascades, snow will continue through the night with snow falling above 2000 feet. The heaviest snow will fall between 6:00 PM and midnight, when 2 to 4 inches of new snow is expected.

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