It seems like a perfect fit for the Gorge — as a place full of photographers and outdoor recreationists.
Hood River City Council paid tribute to its out-going fire chief Monday, passing a resolution stating Chief Devon Wells “devoted time, talents and energy to the Hood River Fire Department for more than 16 years.”
On a night when a local builder decried “the critical lack of affordable housing” and called for city action on the issue, Hood River City Council adopted short term rental regulations a year after the issue came to dominate its docket.
Hundreds of athletes enjoy perfect conditions for sixth-annual SUP race
It’s a popular narrative that often attaches itself to the plethora of annual summer athletic contests held in Hood River: the event gets bigger every year, and draws in more people from around the globe who come to see what the Gorge has to offer.
Sports schedule update, Third Annual Uphill Challenge results, and Roy Webster Cross-Channel swim coming up
Elizabeth Jordan and Juanita Macdougall
JellyBean has once again been selected by volunteers as Adopt A Dog’s adoptable pet of the week. Can you believe he’s still looking for his forever family? Neither can he!
All calls were responded to within the County of Hood River.
The eighth annual “Cemetery Tales” living history program returns Sept. 9-11 with the theme, “Actions Create Change.”
Hunter Noack is launching an outdoor music series, “In a Landscape: Classical Music in the Wild,” a 10-day run of live piano and chamber music using wireless headphone technology to bring concert hall acoustics to the great outdoors.
Hood River Valley Parks and Recreation District on Thursday winnowed down its search for a new director.
Mayor Paul Blackburn talks with Shallon Courser, Hood River Walmart representative, at Wednesday’s “plastic bag summit” at Hood River Library.
Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate. As if you hadn’t noticed, it is hot out.
Also: ‘Wearable Art’ In Columbia Art Gallery. Reserve free tickets for Aug. 27 program at CCA.
Un Día de Teatro is a culturally-rich evening of Latin dance, music, and live theatre coming to the Columbia Center for the Arts on Aug. 27 and hosted by Angel Reyes, Jr. The night includes a performance by local youth dancers Las Palomitas, a staged reading inspired by The Book of Unknown Americans performed by the award-winning Milagro Theatre, music and singing by guitarist Arturo Leyva, and beautiful flamenco dancing from Experience Flamenco.
The Port of Cascade Locks Commission swore in its newest member Thursday, Dean Bump.
Rice art, museums, shrines, a cat café, a judo demonstration, host families and Pokémon were a few of the highlights for the group of 16 who returned to Hood River Wednesday.
WELL SAID: “It’s not what you don’t know that kills you, it’s what you know for sure that ain’t true.” — Mark Twain
Solog ale fest returns to Parkdale Aug. 20; Hood Crest grand opening Saturday; more
Pacific Northwest Plein Air Event opens Aug. 26 at Maryhill Museum, featuring 40 artists working outside to capture the sublime light and inspiring vistas of the Columbia River Gorge, from the waterfalls, rivers and plateaus to the surrounding peaks.