This week volunteers at Adopt A Dog have selected Caramello as the program’s adoptable pet of the week:
Hood River County Fair brings entertainment, activities for kids and adults, displays and exhibits, carnival and midway fun, horses, livestock, flowers, and food.
Hood River is a great place for dogs and dog owners, with plenty of hiking and recreation opportunities and a wonderful dog-friendly attitude exhibited by many local businesses.
Kate Brown will sign affordable college bill at CGCC, tour pFriem
Oregon Governor Kate Brown will pay Hood River a visit Friday.
Walmart, round 3, goes to the City of Hood River.
Volcanic Bottle Shoppe on the Heights hosts a fifth-anniversary party today with plenty of ales to choose from but a special one in honor of the occasion — Volkanische Vijf from Solera Brewery and Everybody’s Brewing.
The Hood River County History Museum is re-orienting following the loss of its executive, as is the Hood River Heritage Council — one board member stepped down citing a need to spend more time volunteering elsewhere, as well as “frustrations” with the council.
Genesis Quezada just turned 16, but she already has four years of business experience under her belt.
The countertop requires a plastic covering, the dishwasher doesn’t work, and you have to lie on your back to light the pilot light to the stove.
This week volunteers at Adopt A Dog have selected Logan as the program’s adoptable pet of the week:
The Hood River County Museum is once again without an executive — the museum director was terminated the Friday before last.
Runners from Oregon tribal advocacy groups trekked from as far as Eugene to Cascade Locks over the weekend in protest of Nestlé’s proposed bottling plant.
WAAAM hosts annual antique vehicle display; look for a cruise through town this Friday night
Come on out July 11 to the Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum to enjoy all sorts of cars, motorcycles, trucks, and more 30 years old or older.
‘For Fish and Farms’
Interested in an easy way to use less water this summer? Consider not watering your lawn.
The FID Board of Directors unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday declaring an emergency authorizing the district to implement water rotation procedures to address drought conditions.
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