The Gorge cider scene this fall features a new cider café and return of annual cider event, sponsored by a group that has a new name.
Dan Schwanz is rolling on, but not too far away.
When participants dive off the Sternwheeler early Monday morning to take part in the 73rd annual Roy Webster Cross Channel Swim, members of a Gorge amateur radio group will be helping to ensure it all goes safely.
Every year on Sept. 10, the friends and family of former Vagabond Lodge owner Jerry Cranmer gather to perform an act of service in his memory.
Those interested in learning the fundamentals of wine appreciation will want to join Phelps Creek Vineyards and the Hood River County Library District for a hands-on workshop Sept. 3, from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Parkdale Community Center.
Grants provide funds to build renewable energy exhibits, provide STEM education
Columbia Gorge Discovery Center dedicated their Renewable Energy Exhibit with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, August 28, 2015. The interpretive exhibit on solar energy includes schematics of solar energy systems and a real-time display of solar energy being produced.
This week volunteers at Adopt A Dog have selected Angelina as the program’s adoptable pet of the week.
All calls were responded to within the County of Hood River.
Seasonally adjusted unemployment rates rose in July, with Hood River County rising to 4.7 percent and Wasco County climbing to 5.6 percent. Likewise, Oregon’s rate rose to 5.9 percent in July, an increase of 0.4 percentage point.
The City of Cascade Locks is set to receive $3.7 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to overhaul its long-suffering water infrastructure.
Walmart Corporation has sold a 16.3-acre piece of land west of Hood River to Ryan Holdings LLC, owner of Hood River Juice Co. and Ryan’s Juice.
Betsy Berens has always had dogs. She has not always been a doggy foster parent.
The Cascade Locks Port Commission will hold a brief groundbreaking ceremony for the new cul-de-sac NE Columbia Gorge Way, Wednesday at 12:15 p.m. in the Port’s Business Park.
Hood River County has joined a lawsuit filed by Hood River Valley Residents Committee against the U.S. Forest Service over a delayed land exchange with Mt. Hood Meadows.
Five hot and hungry days didn’t wither Anna Mae Leonard.
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