Robert Farlow, Leda Prinzing
Myrtle White, Donald McClain
Food donations: FISH opens at new site at Our Redeemer Church, Tucker Rd.
The largest one-day food drive in the nation is coming to Hood River Valley next week.
Stevenson Grange 121’s 2015 Community Resiliency Programs continue with a Walk-In Plant Clinic given by the Central Gorge Chapter of the OSU Master Gardeners (Hood River) and a Seed and Plant Swap, on Saturday, May 2, from 12 to 3 p.m., in the Stevenson Community Library Gallery.
“I’m LATE, I’m LATE, for a very important date! Read the DIRECTIONS and DIRECTLY you will be DIRECTED in the right DIRECTION!”
All calls were responded to within the City of Hood River.
Sometimes life has to smack you on the noggin to get your attention.
The Hood River Farmers’ Market kicks off the 2015 season at Hood River Middle School on Thursday, May 7, from 5-8 p.m.
Not in Oregon; Pass Trade act; more
The State of Oregon might look at Friday’s worrisome news on PERS as an opportunity.
Ben Ballinger returns May 7; Wasco Bros. play May 9; more
The Hood River County Elections office put ballots in the mail Friday for the May 19 Special Districts Election.
Going to the Gorge Blues and Brews, tired of trying to find parking on the weekend at Dog Mountain trailhead, or need a ride to Vancouver?
The Hood River County School District will hold their annual “Kindergarten Roundup” during the week of May 4 - 8, 2015.
After going down 6-0 in the first inning, Eagles score 11 runs in the 10th to defeat Bulldogs, 19-9
For the second time in a week, the HRV Eagles (13-6 overall, 5-1 Columbia River Conference) were pushed into extra innings by their opponent. And for the second time in a week, the Eagles were able to battle back and win the game, but Tuesday’s road win over the Hermiston Bulldogs (8-9 overall, 1-5 CRC) was anything but ordinary.
Softball shut out by Hermiston; Horizon golf receives sixth seed going into districts; Boys tennis closes out home match in style; Girls lax defeated by OES
With just two weeks remaining in the regular bowling season at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes, Team Hirata holds a commanding 33-point lead in the third round of the high-powered Wednesday night Fraternal League.
Three Hood River businesses have been sold, with varying changes to the business names: one stays the same, another changes in part, and a third changes in full.
How much can we inspire a community to give when its most talked-about little girl is facing the cancer fight of her life, always smiling despite the grim odds? In Hood River and beyond, that’s the question that’s been on the minds of hundreds of people, particularly those who are making tutus and planning to wear other fun costumes to show their spirit and support in the 2nd Annual Lila May Tutu Trot.
The first ever Hood River Independent Film Festival is coming to Hood River Valley High School on Friday, May 8. Catch the action at the high school’s Bowe Theater at 7 p.m.