Prepping for winter weather

The weeks after Halloween are when both Hood River city and county’s public works departments take the time to make sure that all of their equipment is ready for winter. Read more...

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Thomsen-Reitz recount looks certain, but not for a few weeks

By law, any vote result separating candidates by one-half a percentage point or less means an automatic hand recount. As of press time, incumbent Chuck Thomsen (R-Pine Grove) has 29,344 votes to Democrat Chrissy Reitz’s 29,086, according to the latest figures from the Oregon Secretary of State’s Office.

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Prepping for winter weather

The weeks after Halloween are when both Hood River city and county’s public works departments take the time to make sure that all of their equipment is ready for winter.

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NW Natural Gas GAP gives ‘gift of warmth’

This year, NW Natural customers and shareholders gave more than $150,000 to help pay for the heating bills of low-income families. The new giving season is now underway, and NW Natural shareholders will match the first $60,000 in contributions to GAP.

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Preventing Type 2 Diabetes

If you are looking for a supportive setting to make lifestyle changes, then you might want to think about enrolling in Providence Hood River Hospital’s Prevent T2 program.

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The Next Door offers consulting services

Responding to the needs of the community: That has been the mantra of The Next Door since its inception in 1971. With this idea in mind, the organization launched its Consulting Services program in 2016.

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Kennedy named top volleyball player in conference

Hood River Valley High School athletes earned conference honors for their play in fall 2018 volleyball and soccer, including Katie Kennedy, who has been named Player of the Year for the Intermountain Conference in volleyball.

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Brewery anniversaries and re-openings
Cascade Locks’ Thunder Island Brewery celebrated its fifth anniversary with new beers and old-style music, provided here by Dryland Cartel, a Stevenson-based band doing covers and original tunes, and at Everybody’s Brewing in White Salmon, the grand re-opening and 10th anniversary “Love Fest” in the months-old brewing house hosted beer tastings and music by bands including the Gorge-based trio of Ronnie Ontiveros on bass, Dennis Williams on woodwinds (including his 1920s baritone sax) and Megan Alder on guitar. Details coming in the Oct. 13 edition of Hood River News.

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