This week volunteers at Adopt A Dog have selected Lolo and Autumn as the program’s adoptable pets of the week.
A bakery that would produce marijuana-infused edibles has obtained a conditional use permit to locate on Steuben Street in Bingen.
On the Nov. 4 ballot, West Side Fire District voters will be asked to determine a request by the district board for its first Local Option levy over and above the standing property tax levy.
Could decide fate of Walmart expansion
A public hearing that could decide the fate of a planned expansion for the Walmart store in Hood River will be held Dec. 2, although how exactly that meeting will be conducted is still being sorted out.
At Cascade Acupuncture Center, we focus on increasing the health of our clients by increasing the Level of Function in the Body.
Park and ride goes to Planning Commission review on Nov. 12
A Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort park and ride proposed for the community of Mt. Hood has been put on hold while the county addresses an appeal from a neighboring property owner challenging the county’s decision to approve the project.
For those of us lucky enough to call Hood River home, there’s a good chance you’ve seen local potter James Diem’s ceramics displayed around town and at local art fairs — like the upcoming Hood River Valley Harvest Fest this weekend at the Waterfront.
A Hood River winery’s Pinot Noir crafted from Columbia Gorge grapes earned top honors at the inaugural Columbia Gorge Wine Competition.
A little of everything: classical music, barbecue, fruit, art, and horses
The popular Gorge Fruit and Craft Fair arrives Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 18-19, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the park-like Hood River County Fairgrounds, 3020 Wy’east Rd., near the community of Odell
The Hood River County Board of Commissioners passed one measure regulating marijuana and split on a second Monday night at the conclusion of two public hearings dealing with the drug’s evolving status in Oregon.
The festival of the county’s bounty happens this weekend in Hood River and Odell, and all around the Hood River Valley.
Do you have natural resource concerns on your property, but don’t have the funds to fix them?
Heads held high in Haiti: Charla Banks returns to troubled Caribbean nation on teaching, volunteering mission
Charla Banks visited Haiti for the first time two years ago as a graduate student at Loma Linda University — and is planning her third trip later this month.
HRVPRD examining idea of smaller parcels, more playing fields
The question of how Hood River County will solve its ball field shortage is still up in the air as the Hood River Valley Parks and Recreation District continues to search for viable parcels that could be home to new public recreation facilities.
Gorge Soup is back, Nov. 11 for adults and Feb. 26 for kids.