I’ve decided that today’s column is going to be about the random thoughts of a man who spends his days prying the clothes off stiff, cold corpses, and chatting amicably with the criminally insane.
The community is invited to attend the installation of Rev. Judy Zimmerman, the first called minister of the Mid-Columbia Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (MCUUF).
The American Red Cross encourages eligible blood donors to become everyday heroes by giving blood in celebration of Red Cross Month this March.
May Street Elementary School will hold its annual Teddy Webber Scholarship Dinner and Student Art Auction on Thursday, March 12. This event, which began in 1997, is held to raise money for the school’s artist in residence program and the Teddy Webber scholarship fund.
2005 — 10 years ago: It was a fitting way for a bus driver to pass along her prize money: Send students on field trips. That’s the way Trisha Peterson wants Hood River County School District to spend the $1,033 in prize money she won Feb. 23 as part of her Educator of the Week award from radio station K-103 in Portland. Peterson is the first bus driver to earn the K-103 distinction.
All calls were responded to within the City of Hood River.
All calls were responded to within the County of Hood River.
Student Loan at CEBU; ‘New Wasco Bros.’ March 7; more
Columbia Center for the Arts presents an evening of two classic one acts — Harold Pinter’s "The Dumb Waiter," and James McLure’s "Laundry & Bourbon," opening Friday.
Events celebrate Friends’ 35th anniversary
Spring is in the air a bit earlier than usual in the Columbia River Gorge — ready to get out and explore? It’s a great time to kick off a new season of discovery: fascinating trails, colorful wildflowers, bracing waterfalls, and a new wealth of Gorge discoveries! From March 15-July 18, Friends of the Columbia Gorge will host over 65 hikes, outings, and land stewardship events as it celebrates the organization’s 35th anniversary.
A public meeting for Rooster Rock State Park is scheduled for Wednesday, March 18. Park staff with the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) will present site development plan options for the park that include improving the park entrance and developing an accessible walking path along the Columbia River, while maintaining existing park features.
Not every success registers as a medal or trophy, and any success is best viewed as a work in progress.
Stop the spin; Cans for tickets; Offer incentives
A Sunday cartoon resonated with me, following a fun event on Friday night.
Where can people of all ages come together to read the same book, discuss its contents, participate in related activities and even hear it read over the radio?
The Hood River Valley High School Speech and Debate team continued its successful season at two regional tournaments in February.
Occam’s Razor, Men in Green, Transformers get ready for First Tech
Dozens of high school robotics teams flocked to First Tech Challenge super-qualifier tournaments for the right to go to state this weekend.
The Hood River County Library Foundation will host its annual Feast of Words inside the downtown Hood River Library on March 7 from 6-9 p.m.
The HRV Nordic team traveled to Mt. Bachelor for their state Nordic meet on Friday and Sat, Feb. 27 -28.
“The Girl Who Lived with the Bears,” a play calling on diverse contributions, brings a lively lesson about the value of treasuring diversity.