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Port increases summer event rates

The Port of Hood River has increased its event rates for the Event Site during the busy summer months to encourage a move to other locations or reschedule to the shoulder season.

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Community gives input on bridge replacement

Community members packed into the Riverview Room of the Best Western Plus Hood River Inn last night to learn more about the Hood River-White Salmon Interstate Bridge Replacement Project, speak with project coordinators and give input on the process.

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Mosier deep well grant request nixed

A grant request to build a second deep well in Mosier, moving a heavy agricultural user out of a depleting aquifer currently being used by the town, was declined. The Oregon Water Resources Commission told the grant seekers to come back with more information for reconsideration in the next funding cycle.

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‘Food is about stories’

Author Connie Nice shared recipes and the stories that go with them in a Saturday book reading at The History Museum of Hood River County.

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Sports

 

Two weekend losses for Horizon hoops

Horizon Christian School lost basketball games Friday and Saturday and will try to get back on the winning track this week with the start of Big Sky Conference play.

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Cascade Observations: Be Here Now

This morning, I prepared my weekly grocery list and stopped by my mother-in-law’s home to collect hers. I dare not go grocery shopping without a complete list and a pen to cross off items as I place them in my shopping cart.

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Opinion

 

Planning like all our kids live here

Coming home to the west side of Hood River the other day, I passed a sign on May Street that I’ve seen many times: “Drive Like Your Kids Live Here," a good reminder to slow down and be mindful. But in truth, all the kids in this town are “our” kids, aren’t they? Or perhaps not.

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