Teamwork rescues Hood River fire victims

A firefighter in street clothes, his friend and three law enforcement officers helped firefighters rescue three people from a burning home Saturday in Hood River. No one was injured in the blaze, which destroyed a single-story home on Foster Court, off Henderson Drive near the west city limits. Read more...

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Gorge Gulp raises HRCEF scholarship funds

A warm summer night, local music and beers and ciders made for a successful fundraising event for the Hood River County Education Foundation (HRCEF) on August’s First Friday Gorge Gulp event.

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Teamwork rescues Hood River fire victims

A firefighter in street clothes, his friend and three law enforcement officers helped firefighters rescue three people from a burning home Saturday in Hood River. No one was injured in the blaze, which destroyed a single-story home on Foster Court, off Henderson Drive near the west city limits.

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‘Memaloose 2’ Fire 65 percent contained

The Memaloose 2 Fire is currently estimated at 167 acres and 65 percent contained, the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) reported. Suppression efforts are now focused on strengthening containment lines and mopping up the interior of the fire.

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Preview of Naish Paddle Challenge

Over the past eight years, Hood River’s Waterfront Park has become home to one of most recognized standup paddle boarding events in the world: The Naish Columbia Gorge Paddle Challenge.

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Hood River News Fourth of July parade 2018
Rock and roll, patriotic music and color guard, and funky dance tunes blended with the beat of horse hooves, cycling stunts, baton twirlers and plenty more sounds and activity in his montage from the 2018 Hood River Independence Day Parade and Jackson Park festivities on July 4. Grand Marshal Lynn Guenther and his wife, Sue, are visible after the color guard and band, and briefly seen is the Musical Entry winner The Wasco Brothers featuring Larry Wyatt on guitar. That’s Jon Cyparski on flute and fellow band mates from Willy and Nelson, who got things going at the park. Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts combined for the flag ceremony with the U.S. Army Band.

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Roots and Branches: Softball and the surreal

Our granddaughter Aunika’s softball season ended with a “bang” after a memorable week at the National Softball Championship in the Seattle suburbs. More about this towards the end of the column as you learn what led up to the climax of this adventure into a parallel universe.

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