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Gorge Gymnastics is looking for a new home and new leadership.
Hood River Valley High School students spent second period on May 17 working to clean up campus — inside and out.
Pi Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma, has selected Bambi Foy to receive the 2017 Woman of Achievement Award. Foy’s selection came as a result of her work as the raptor education coordinator at Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Museum, a position she’s held for nearly six years.
All calls were responded to within the County of Hood River.
A 21-year-old La Grande man is in Northern Oregon Regional Corrections Facility on a weapons charge after a traffic stop in which he denied an officer access to his vehicle and locked his keys inside it.
NORCOR vote; Great school music; more
WASHINGTON (AP) — Some things aren’t adding up in President Donald Trump’s account of the investigation into his campaign’s relationship with Russians, an inquiry he says “I respect,” yet considers a “witch hunt.”
I found Dan Peterson carbonating half-kegs at Pine Street Kitchen the other day, but the contents were not one of his beers. It was kombucha, the newest venture for the Hood River-based Ferment brewery.
Matt Brown at The Pines; Daphne Willis at Griffin House; more
Plans for a $700 million high-voltage electrical transmission line between Oregon and Washington states have been cancelled after the cost doubled over the last eight years, the Bonneville Power Administration said Thursday, May 18.
By a 5-2 vote Monday, city council approved the rezone of tax Lot 700, Morrison Park, to create a place for affordable housing. Following formal approval at the June 5 council meeting, the city can move forward with developing a plan for the property with its partner in the project, the non-profit Mid-Columbia Housing Authority.
The long wait is over. Children’s Park play structure will re-open Wednesday, May 24.
Multiple athletes come home from Hayward Field with hardware
A rebuilding year for the HRV track and field team has given Head Coach Brandon Bertram plenty of optimism for the 2018 season, as his athletes — some veteran, some brand-new to the sport — wowed him at OSAA 5A state meet held Friday and Saturday at University of Oregon’s Hayward Field in Eugene.
Horizon girls take 16th, boys 20th
The Horizon track and field team finished off their season late last week at the 1A state championship meet at University of Oregon’s Hayward Field in Eugene, coming away with new personal records and podium appearances to boot.
Eagles advance to quarterfinals with No. 8 Oregon City
The HRV boys lacrosse team is the top team in the Cascade Cup and certainly acted like it in the opening round Friday evening, bowling over No. 16 La Salle, outscoring the Falcons 18-2.
Eagles defeat Milwaukie, has first-round game against La Salle Wednesday
For the first time since 2014, the HRV softball team (No. 6, 17-10) has made it into the 5A state tournament, qualifying Friday evening after edging the Northwest Oregon Conference’s Milwaukie Mustangs (No. 20, 11-15), 1-0, during a play-in game at the Ballpark at Belmont in Hood River.
Chris Debbaut, Darlene Luebke, Mildred Mccorkle, Sherron Smith, Linda Herman and Neal Chaffee
Douglas Waters and David Warrenka
Dr. Paul Hessburg will present “Living in the Era of Mega-Fires” on Wednesday, May 24 at 7 p.m. in the Hood River Middle School auditorium. This traveling presentation comes in the form of fast-moving, short topic-based talks interspersed with video vignettes, according to a press release.