There’s no real secret behind Cold Pressed Porter at Stoked Roasters in Hood River — but that doesn’t mean this unique new ale is not deceptive.
The Port of Hood River has “conceptually approved” a Hood River Parks and Recreation District dog park on their waterfront property, just west of the city waste water treatment plant.
Cindy Brunk of Hood River presents her new book, “Love Will,” on the emotional and spiritual impacts of abortion, July 29 at 10 Speed Coffee, 1412 13th St.
Oregon boasts a multibillion-dollar agricultural economy that includes both industrial agriculture and small-scale efforts such as community supported agriculture memberships, farmers markets, and community gardens.
Construction workers rescue house swallows
What should have been a basic building residing job turned into a rescue mission earlier this week.
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Auction, concert, quilts and equine
Hood River Co. and two-thirds of Oregon are now designated
Hood River County joins two more counties on Oregon Governor Kate Brown’s drought emergency list.
As a child, Diana Blackmon would often hear she saved the best for last, and that’s how she feels about her practice, Reflexology Hood River, located on Sherman Avenue.
WINGS Program provides housing, job training and support formerly homeless young men and women from the Gorge. WINGS’ next fundraiser is called “Starry Starry Nights” and will be, Aug. 8 at Lakecliff Bed & Breakfast at 5 p.m.
Gorge Grown Mobile Farmers’ Market is making a stop at Hawks Ridge Assisted Living Center on Fridays from 4-6 p.m. on the south lawn. The next market will be held July 24. Everyone is invited to attend.
Gretchen Jordan, Coordinator of Volunteers, Oregon Long Term Care Ombudsman, has an opportunity that hasn’t been seen before in Hood River or Wasco counties: A volunteer training to be held in The Dalles Aug. 12-13, Aug. 26-27 and Sept. 10, at a location to be announced.
Fun comes in many forms, from carnival rides to cake contests, at Hood River County Fair, July 22-25.
Bridgeside is the new name of the former Charburger, a Cascade Locks restaurant with a history stretching over a half-century. The fresh name reflects a new vision for this popular tourist stop, while much will remain the same and be familiar to long-time customers.
Belinda Ballah, the County’s new Prevention Department Director, brings a fresh perspective and longtime community experience, to helping Hood River kids grow up healthy.
Hood River News advertising staff repeated in Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association Better Ad ideas awards in judging for 2014, and the news department brought home four prizes including a first place for Best Business and Economic Reporting.
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