The local advocacy groups will host an event on July 26, “What’s Up With Westside? A Forum on Hood River’s Future,” at the Columbia Center for the Arts, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
The Comfort Quilt Project is now underway by the Spiritual Care Department at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital.
Morgan has been selected by volunteers as Adopt A Dog’s adoptable pet of the week. He’s about 1-2 years old, a 52 pound Am Staff, and he is one sweet, charming, and lovable pup — you just wanna cuddle with this boy.
“Brace yourselves, we’ve broken ground!” is what Doug and Christine Ellenberger posted on Every-body’s Brewing’s social media outlets on June 28. Yes, construction and renovation have begun on the expansion of Everybody’s Brewing at 151 E. Jewett Boulevard in White Salmon.
For 30-plus years, One Community Health (OCH) has made a commitment to provide health education and services to migrant farmworkers who harvest fruit throughout the Columbia River Gorge each summer. While the mission to serve this population is no different this summer, big changes are afoot, particularly in regard to how outreach will play out and some of the key players behind it.
INB, a Northwest Bancorporation company and community bank, officially merged July 14 with CenterPointe Community Bank.
A turbulent session for the Oregon Legislature wrapped up July 7, resulting in a new transportation package as well as a flurry of bills — some successful, some not — from policymakers representing Hood River.
A change is coming to the Hood River Heights.
DaisyDoo has been selected by volunteers as Adopt A Dog’s adoptable pet of the week. This dog never stops smiling. She’s about 8 years old, and she's got that spunky Westie terrier in her and the mischievousness of a Pug all rolled into one happy, peppy girl!
No layoffs are currently planned in the Providence Health System in the Gorge, Chief Executive Officer David Underriner said Monday.
A bill targeting safety plans for oil spills failed to pass before the Oregon Legislature adjourned its 2017 session Friday.
Oregon Department of Transportation announces the following highway work in the region, scheduled through July 15:
City and county
Double Mountain Brewery and a national direct to door craft beer delivery service are officially “Beer Buddies.”
ANTIQUE steam tractor, restored over the last few years by driver Jack Sheppard and others, announces the start of the July 4 parade.