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Pet of the Week: JellyBean is still waiting for his forever family

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!

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Talking about bags

Mayor Paul Blackburn talks with Shallon Courser, Hood River Walmart representative, at Wednesday’s “plastic bag summit” at Hood River Library.

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Superintendent Dan Goldman’s new school year letter

Helping kids thrive, together

Greetings Hood River County School District families and welcome to a new school year!

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Gleaners Get Going

Columbia Gorge Gleaning held a kick-off event on Aug. 13 .

‘Get Outside for Education’ fundraiser Aug. 27 at Waterfront

The Hood River County Education Foundation (HRCEF) hosts Get Outside for Education at Waterfront Park on Aug. 27 from 1-6 p.m. Admission is $5 per person or $20 for five family members.

Chip-sealing restricts parking in Heights area

Monday through Wednesday, the City Public Works crew will be resurfacing the streets with a chip seal overlay on 10th Street ...

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Life Beyond the Landfill: Renewal Workshop starts up CL factory

An eco-friendly factory has set up shop in Cascade Locks: The Renewal Workshop.

Learn about ‘zero-waste’ at Green Drinks

Learn how to turn your waste stream into a resource stream at the next Green Drinks.

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Trail Runner magazine names Hood River among top trail towns

Other towns making the list include Jackson, Wyo., and Lake Placid, N.Y.

“Be on constant lookout for mountain bikes.” That’s one bit of advice about Hood River, termed “A Multi Sport Mecca,” in an article in the September 2016 Trail Runner magazine.

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A Party in the Street

Mike's Ice Cream celebrates 30th anniversary with bash

Hundreds gathered Saturday for the biggest street party in recent memory. Mike’s Ice Cream and Ruddy Duck, owned by the Kitts-Mack family, celebrated 30 years in business by closing the street and giving away bucket after bucket of free ice cream.

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Mt. Hood Town Hall draws crowd

A large crowd gathered for the second Mt. Hood Town Hall farmers’ market this summer — they’re held every second Thursday of the month, July through September — which features fresh produce, arts and crafts, and live music with upper valley flair.

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Hood River Valley Residents Committee celebrates 39 years

Mike McCarthy serves as group’s new president

Hood River Valley Residents Committee hosted its 39th annual meeting at the Columbia Center for the Arts Aug. 7, with more than 85 supporters and friends in attendance.

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The Ale List: Solog fest returns; Full Sail says ‘Aloha’ to Hawaii

It seems like something is happening at every brewery in the county these days.

HR Supply ‘Aces’ corporate award

Ace Hardware Corporation announces that Hood River Supply, 1945 12th St., Hood River, achieved designation as a “Pinnacle Performance Retailing, 2015” for the third consecutive year for its outstanding performance, according to a company press release.


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