Fishers from the Nez Perce, Umatilla, Warm Springs, and Yakama tribes took to the Columbia River this week for the opening of the 2016 fall fishery, the largest tribal fishery of the year.
The pool at the Hood River Valley Aquatic Center will be closed for its annual maintenance from Tuesday, Sept. 6 through Sunday, Sept. 18. Those with questions can contact the Hood River Valley Parks and Recreation District at 541-386-1303.
Emergency responders in communities along oil train routes in Washington will start receiving advance notice of the shipments this fall.
Eight photos have been selected as winners of the fourth annual Columbia Gorge Parenting Together photo contest. Winning photographers are Blanca Flores, Elisa Cartwright, Jessica Hoffman, Karen Harding, Karin Tauscher, Lauren Kramer, Melanie Kelly and Paloma Ayala.
July 2016, County
With school now in session, all students in Hood River County School District have a new option for medical and behavioral health care. The School-Based Health Center (SBHC) at Hood River Valley High School is officially announcing the expansion of these health services to any student residing within Hood River County.
A new wave of development is coming to Ken Jernstedt Airfield.
Decision on STR rules expected next month
The polarized debate over marijuana business rules moved up from an appointed planning panel to the Hood River County Board of Commissioners at a hearing Monday.
Waucoma Bookstore in downtown Hood River is hosting authors Jane Kirkpatrick and Rebecca Demarino for a book signing on Friday, Sept. 2 from 5-8 p.m.
Bentley has been selected by volunteers as Adopt A Dog’s adoptable pet of the week. And what a handsome boy! Bentley is 2 and a half years old, 76 pounds, and a mix of Boxer and Lab, or a Boxador!
Ken Jernstedt and Driscoll are back, in bronze.
Odell, a community known for its orchard views and fruit packing houses, is seeing growth in a new crop: marijuana.
Add a rock ‘n wood vibe to the rock ‘n roll beat at Hood Crest Winery in Hood River.
On a night when a local builder decried “the critical lack of affordable housing” and called for city action on the issue, Hood River City Council adopted short term rental regulations a year after the issue came to dominate its docket.
Hood River County Board of Commissioners held its short term rental rules hearing Monday.
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