Proceeds to support homeless young men in the community
Union Event Co., an event-planning company based out of a historic bank, now known as Butler Bank Social Club, will host a series of events throughout the month of November in order to raise awareness and support for men’s health month.
Laura Scarborough and Noah Noteboom, two Hood River Valley High seniors, have been selected as this school year’s first students of the month recipients. Both are very active in and out of school and are very involved in their community. They were introduced at a recent Lodge meeting and presented checks for $100.
With the dawn of fall, jobs in the Columbia River Gorge have declined slightly but remain strong in the statewide context, according to a report by regional economist Dallas Fridley. Hood River County’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose slightly, to 4.8 percent in September, tied with Benton County for Oregon’s lowest. Looking back to September 2014, the county’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 0.5 percentage point higher and ranked second.
In a move long sought by the Yakama Nation, federal officials Monday approved returning authority to the tribe for certain civil and criminal cases involving tribal members that have been handled by the state for decades.
The Hood River Warming Shelter will hold a “Warm the Night” silent auction of services 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, to kick off its 2015-16 season at its new location, 4041 Westcliff Drive, next to the Hood River Char Burger.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has selected Rep. Mark Johnson (R-Hood River) to share leadership in a newly forged Oregon Solutions program, Columbia River Highway Collaborative, which will tackle safety and congestion issues in the Gorge.
Trick or Treat falls on Saturday, and there’s plenty happening Friday night, too.
Visitors to the Columbia River Gorge Quilt Show called this year’s exhibit the best show ever, according to event chair Kathleen Roulet of Columbia Gorge Quilting Guild.
The hulking Expo Center won’t face teardown until the tail end of 2016, but plans for the smaller buildings replacing it are becoming more sharply defined.
The Nov. 7 date was inadvertently omitted from the midweek edition article (page B10) on the “Fill Your Pantry” event at Rockford Grange, 4250 Barrett Road.
This week volunteers at Adopt A Dog have selected DannyBoy as the program’s adoptable pet of the week.
The Gorge Technology Alliance (GTA) has opened nominations for its annual awards program to recognize the individual and organizational leaders working to advance the tech industry and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education in the Columbia River Gorge. Finalists are invited to the organization’s annual Winter Party in December, where the winners for Technology Leader of the Year and Technology Organization of the Year are announced.
Lift span stays offline as Port assesses damage
Heavy scrapes mar the cement skin of the Hood River Bridge where an unidentified vessel struck the northeast pier in early October.
Port of Hood River leaders took to Washington D.C. this week, advocating for legislators to put bridges of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area on the federal funding map.
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