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Sponsored content: Safe and Effective Hormone Solutions

Our hormones in many ways are the essence of life. They make us women and enable us to do spectacular things. However, during times of transition (pregnancy, PMS, menopause, significant stress), hormonal imbalances can lead to significant problems and make life quite uncomfortable.

July 12, 2018 11:11 a.m. read more..



Say hello to Gorge Youth Mentoring

The Next Door’s two youth mentoring programs, Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of the Columbia Gorge and Mentor for Success (MFS), will merge under a new name in the coming year and continue providing Gorge youth ages 6-21 with caring adult mentors, said a Next Door press release.

July 14, 2018 midnight read more..

CL dedicates business park

Cascade Locks’ economic development took a step forward July 6 with the ribbon cutting at the new Herman Creek Business Park.

July 14, 2018 midnight read more..

BOCC meets Monday: Marijuana retail tax could be on ballot

The Hood River County Board of Commissioners is working to get a local tax on retail marijuana on the November 2018 ballot. Also on the agenda for Monday’s BOCC meeting is a public hearing on a proposed forestland exchange with the Farmers Irrigation District, a nonprofit government agency that provides water to residential and agricultural users in the Hood River area.

July 14, 2018 midnight read more..



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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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CAT’s many Connections

I’m ashamed to admit that when I found out I was going to be transferred from The Dalles Chronicle to the Hood River News, my first thought was something along the lines of ‘ugh now I have to drive to Hood River.’

July 11, 2018 midnight read more..



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