“The Girl Who Lived with the Bears,” a play calling on diverse contributions, brings a lively lesson about the value of treasuring diversity.
Valentine’s Day received a personal touch from the Hood River Youth of Heart of Hospice (YoHOHs), who decorated custom cards for each Heart of Hospice patient.
Kristen Armacost and Jared James Brekke, both of Boise, have announced their engagement. They will be married Oct. 10, 2015.
This week volunteers at Adopt A Dog have selected Rocket as the program’s adoptable pet of the week:
It hasn’t been easy, but the Lyle Hotel is back in business.
It is Read Across America Week, and local elementary schools are honoring Dr. Seuss March 3-6.
The youngest pitch-person came in first in last week’s Kids’ Gorge Kids Soup event.
Clems is reopening after a three month closure. The one-time convenience store and deli in downtown Odell is now a restaurant operated by longtime Hood River residents Graciela and Rodolfo Gomez.
Hawks beat Lakers 52-21, receive fifth-straight state berth
The No. 1 ranked Horizon Christian boys basketball team moved one step closer toward its goal of winning the 1A state championship with an impressive 52-21 second-round state playoff win over Triangle Lake Friday at Horizon Christian High School.
HRV wrestling places two; three girls claim state titles
Surrounded on all sides by bright lights and the buzz of thousands of spectators, 12 mats filled the floor of Portland’s Memorial Coliseum over the weekend for the 2015 OSAA state wrestling championships.
Riverside Gymnastics Academy’s (RGA) Level 4 gymnasts captured the title at the 2015 MAC Open in Portland on Feb. 13 with a team score of 111.625. Team placement is determined by the top three scores on each individual event.
Jessica Dehart made history on Saturday by winning her fourth consecutive OSAA state wrestling championship at 106 lbs.
The annual Mount Hood Four-Way took place at Timberline Resort last weekend, but due to lack of snow the event was actually a two-way. The cross country and jumping elements of the unique contest had to be cancelled due to low snow, but slalom and giant slalom races went off without a hitch.
New Hood River News sports contact; Middle school track coaches needed; Hawks host 7 p.m. playoff game Friday
Time marches on.
It goes both ways; Boiling Frogs; Increase oil train reporting; more
Stan Benson of Hood River quietly exited the Hood River County Planning Commission this week after 25 years of service. Benson deserves thanks for a quarter-century of service in what is largely a thankless role.
‘Keys to Talent:’ students excel in creative works
Hood River Valley High School honored artists and writers on Friday with an all-school Fine Arts assembly.
On January 29, the Hood River First Book Advisory Board awarded the following grants to these literacy programs: