It all began on Facebook.
Waucoma Bookstore is hosting New York Times bestselling thriller author Steve Martini for a book signing on May 23 from 1-3 p.m. at the bookstore, located at 212 Oak St., Hood River. Martini will be signing “The Enemy Within,” the latest book in the Paul Madriani series.
A packed house for Saturday’s soft opening gave Lorraine Lyons and Rod Steward a sense of what to expect at their new tap room, 64 oz.
Sunshine Mill Winery’s owners made their first payment on a $600,000 urban renewal loan Friday.
Seven U.S. environmental groups, including Friends of the Columbia River Gorge, filed a lawsuit challenging the U.S. Department of Transportation’s new crude-by-rail safety rules, calling them too “weak” to prevent fiery derailments.
Margie Anderson wears a bracelet that says “Women are Veterans Too” and is proud to have been part of the minority population in the military.
Soroptimist International of Hood River’s welcomes Allyson Pate, Ann Frodel and Tami Swanson as the 2015 winners of its annual Women of Distinction Award.
It is farmers’ market season and the fresh foods our bodies crave are back. The local farmers’ market is the best place to find foods grown, raised and produced here in the Gorge.
This week volunteers at Adopt A Dog have selected RosieBee as the program’s adoptable pet of the week:
The fifth annual Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, a benefit for Opportunity Connections, is about to begin!
Timothy Farrell writes: “Several years ago the Board of the Mountain View Memorial Cemetery suggested that I take Master Gardening classes in order to better manage the historic two acre property just outside the city limits of Hood River.
Monday’s City Council meeting proved to be like a syllabus of summer work for Hood River City staff, council, and even citizens.
Columbia Gorge Discovery Center is giving free admission to everyone during the annual Mother’s Day Celebration on Sunday, May 10, 2015, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The free admission is offered as a thank you to the Columbia Gorge community for support over the past year.
Bill allowing self-service gas in rural Oregon passes House
Drivers in rural stretches of Oregon—including Hood River County—could be pumping their own gas if a new bill makes it through Salem.
Railroad chief meets with local leaders
The top executive for Union Pacific Railroad and his communication team met Tuesday with city, county and port officials in the gorge to discuss safety concerns related to crude oil shipments.
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