Looking for fun later this summer? Here are four ideas:
A smoldering wildfire near Eagle Creek Trail flared back up Wednesday, growing this week by an estimated 5 to 7 acres.
The County Fair is not all carnival rides and elephant ears. Nor is it all goats and quilt displays.
Church news for July 22.
Dist. 2 list grows; ‘Not mysterious’; more
Subject: Street safety, and problem intersections as viewed by the community. Kudos to the City of Hood River for putting a Monkey on its back.
The local advocacy groups will host an event on July 26, “What’s Up With Westside? A Forum on Hood River’s Future,” at the Columbia Center for the Arts, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Breaking coverage of the June 3, 2016, Mosier oil train derailment earned Hood River News a top prize in the 2017 Better Newspaper Contest, sponsored by Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association (ONPA).
The tea party held July 13 at The History Museum of Hood River County — a fundraiser that highlighted the museum’s current exhibition of wedding gowns — was a success, writes museum volunteer Maureen Lauran.
Sports briefs for July 22.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife advises Oregonians the practice is still illegal.
WELL SAID: “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” — Anne Frank
A little bit of Wasco County history graces the Oregon State Fairgrounds: The 1912 one-room Criterion School from southern Wasco County. The schoolhouse was moved to the fairgrounds in 1976 and is now in need of help.
Ten students will have an opportunity to participate in an iPad video storytelling camp, scheduled Aug. 17-Sept. 1 at Columbia Gorge Community College, The Dalles campus, with videographer Sean O’Connor.
All calls were responded to within the County of Hood River.
All calls were responded to within the City of Hood River.
Pre-K students create art during Migrant Summer School at Mid Valley Elementary in Odell, a program now in its 30th year and serving close to 250 students.
Golden Eagle Park at Hood River Valley High School has entered its transformation from an overgrown patch of land into a multi-use public destination.
The Hood River Port Commission swore in two commissioners: Ben Sheppard and John Everitt.
For its 11th class, The Hood River Valley High School Hall of Fame Committee picked a broad sample of prominent athletes, representing a variety of sports, decades, and schools in the Hood River Valley.