League play starts Monday
The HRV boys lacrosse team ended their nonleague schedule on a high note Monday evening, teeing off on the struggling Wilsonville Wildcats (1-6) at the high school, winning 20-9.
The Hood River County Board of Commissioners decided Monday to reduce the scope of a plan to improve safety at three intersections in Hood River’s outskirts: Tucker Road (Oregon Highway 281) at Guignard Drive, Tucker at Orchard Road, and Barrett Drive at Country Club Road.
Debby Chenoweth was one of five women honored by Recreation.gov last month as “Important Women in Conservation History.”
A new Peace Pole for Hood River was dedicated Friday at the Jackson Park entrance, courtesy of Hood River Rotary.
“Fish Tales: Traditions and Challenges of Seafood in Oregon,” is the title of a conversation with Jennifer Burns Bright about consuming and preserving local seafood that will be hosted by the Hood River Library on Saturday, May 6 at 3 p.m.
Waucoma Bookstore and Double Mountain Brewery host Scott Cook, author of “Curious Gorge,” for a book talk on Tuesday, April 25 at 6 p.m. at Double Mountain Brewery.
For over 20 years, the best films from the Banff Film Festival and the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival have come each spring to Hood River — 20-plus years of award winning adventure, culture and adrenalin films that have been enjoyed and talked about long after the films have ended.
The Next Door is seeking new shoe donations for the children and young adults in their Youth Services programs.
The Hood River Rotary Club joins a statewide Rotary peace effort today, Friday, planting a peace pole at Jackson Park.
Eugene Burch, Ronald Vanover, Betty Frakes and Jo Shea
William Stanley and Joann Osborne
Earth Day dawns Saturday, but environmentally focused events don't stop there.
The lure of apple blossoms, now at their best in the lower Hood River Valley, is bringing a party of Warner Brothers artists and photographers to Hood River this Friday evening, according to a telegram received at the Chamber of Commerce.
Jesse and Winifred Hutson had an eye for the unusual and an appreciation of the ordinary. The Hutson Museum is the result of the items they found, and the items that found them — it is much like a community attic, presenting a picture of the Parkdale community and a history of its residents.
Easter morning woke quietly across the valley, painting the sky with the soft glow of peaches ripening in the heat of summer. As the rays of the rising sun kissed the mountain tops, the wash of peach turned the shimmering, snowy peaks a fiery orange.
Coming back to Hood River is a hands-on safety fair and Cascadia Subduction earthquake presentation — “The Big One 2.0” — from 5-8 p.m. on April 20. It was standing room only last year, so this year, a new location with more room for activities was located at the Rockford Grange and West Side Fire station, 4250 Barrett Drive, Hood River.
Proceeds benefit Oregon Sight and Hearing Foundation
It’s the year of the Superhero show, starting with the annual Mid-Columbia Lions Follies.
All calls were responded to within the County of Hood River
Katie Lompa, Oregon Department of Forestry Central Oregon Community and urban forester, presented Mayor Paul Blackburn.