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Kingsley expansion moving forward

The Hood River County Board of Commissioners approved a forestland exchange with Farmers Irrigation District (FID), a nonprofit government agency that provides water to residential and agricultural users in the Hood River area, following a quasi-judicial public hearing Monday evening.

July 18, 2018 midnight read more..

HR Elks Lodge sends four students to Camp Meadowood

The Hood River Elks Lodge is sponsoring four teenage students this July to attend Camp Meadowood Springs. Sponsorship is 100 percent provided from member donations with the majority coming from the Tuesday night poker players ($5,400).

July 18, 2018 midnight read more..

Fire reported south of Mt. Hood

A 25-acre wildfire was discovered late Sunday afternoon on the Clackamas River Ranger District of the Mt. Hood National Forest, south of Mt. Hood.

July 18, 2018 midnight read more..


Top-15 finishes lead HRVST at 10U state meet

The Hood River Valley Swim Team was represented by swimmers William Frost (boys 8 and under competition) and Delaney Hackett (girls 10 and under competition) at the 10 and Under Oregon State Swimming Championships in Albany this past weekend.

July 18, 2018 midnight read more..

Velosolutions begins construction of asphalt pump track

Hood River Area Trail Stewards (HRATS) and Hood River Parks and Recreation organizations are partnering with Velosolutions, an organization focused on pump tracks and trail building, to bring the best site-specific asphalt pump track to the Hood River County community.

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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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