An open house held Tuesday by the Port of Hood River rolled out new plans for Lot 1, the final remaining undeveloped parcel on the waterfront.
The Phi Theta Kappa honor society at Columbia Gorge Community is asking for help in the upkeep of Hood River campus.
Hood River Aquatic Center will reopen Monday morning following a week’s maintenance, as happens every September.
On Sept. 18, Boy Scout Troop 282, sponsored by the Hood River Lions Club, will hold a Court of Honor in recognition of eight outstanding young men.
Here’s who’s who for 6th annual historical tour Sept. 25-27 at Idlewilde
“Cemetery Tales” returns Sept. 25-27 to Idlewild Cemetery in Hood River.
This week volunteers at Adopt A Dog have selected Angelina as the program’s adoptable pet of the week.
Council considers electric rate hike
The Cascade Locks City Council is six-strong once again.
The annual Hood River County Pear Celebration will take place along the Fruit Loop Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 19-20. It’s the time of year when the farm stands and businesses share the full bounty of the Hood River Valley.
Parkdale weigh station operator treats fruit truck drivers to slice of homemade
At Diamond Fruit in Parkdale, the busiest fruit delivery day is also the tastiest.
Local leaders mulled over marijuana and its effect on youth at a community conversation Thursday at Mid Valley Elementary School in Odell.
Monday’s actions also bring adoption of housing strategy
City Council on Monday formalized its strategy on affordable housing, though official changes on the issue are months away, and took one step closer to a decision on potential taxation of marijuana sales — an action it cannot formally move on until 2016.
Crazy Pepper Cantina and Mexican Restaurant has changed hands. But the new owner, Tommy Ogawa, plans to keep the “crazy” intact by stirring the restaurant’s traditional Latin American cuisine with a new twist: freshly prepared Japanese sushi and burgers.
Hops Fest happens Sept. 26 but it is far from the only new thing happening, fresh hops or otherwise, in this beer-centric burg.
A 5-year-old girl and woman battling cancer will be the recipients of proceeds from the 13th Pig Bowl competition on Saturday, Sept. 19.
Dozens crowded into the Hood River County Board of Commissioners meeting room Wednesday to take part in a Planning Commission hearing addressing a countywide farm use zoning update.
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