At Darling Boutique, on Third Street, a crew of pirates and mermaids give out treats during Halloween night.
As of last week, the City of Goldendale is in the — according to Mayor Mike Canon — “very early stage” of considering bringing a Nestlé bottling plant to Goldendale.
Richard Wolf, project manger II, CH2M, shared at an early October Mosier City Council Meeting that CH2M had nominated Kathy Fitzpatrick, Mosier city manager, for the League of Oregon Cities’ annual Herman Kehrli Award.
Hood River City Council holds a special meeting Monday on draft amendments and additions to city code pertaining to short-term rental operating licenses.
“I want a faster car!” said Kaius Johnson, 5, fueled by a new bouquet of balloons.
The Mount Hood National Forest Service has unveiled a draft environmental impact statement concerning a long-stalled Mount Hood land exchange.
The Dalles Area Chamber has partnered with The Dalles Civic Auditorium to present the first-ever “Mistletoe Marketplace.”
ScanEagle, the Gorge-made robotic aircraft that has logged almost one million hours of flight, has landed in the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum collection. The most widely known product of Bingen-based Insitu, the ScanEagle X200 was inducted into the museum earlier this month.
Soroptimist International of Mt. Adams is hosting its 12th annual pre-holiday Artisan Shopping Extravaganza on Saturday, Nov. 12 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Best Western Plus Hood River Inn Gorge Room.
The Mid-Columbia Association of Realtors have recently elected their leadership for 2017, as voted by members at the Oct. 19 at the monthly meeting, held at The Dalles Readiness Center.
The Hood River County courthouse, a marvel when it was built in 1954, has since fallen to the bottom rung of Oregon’s most decrepit judicial buildings.
Twelve teenagers from the newly formed nonprofit Columbia Gorge Company Dancers have their sights set on Florida this December.
The Board of Directors for Opportunity Connections, Inc. (formerly Columbia Gorge Center) has voted to sell its property, which includes three large buildings, at 2940 Thomsen Road, in the Hood River valley. The organization will continue to serve people with intellectual and developmental disabilities as it has since 1967.
Last year’s debut of the Fill Your Pantry market at Rockford Grange turned out better than organizers dared to hope.
Lewis has been selected by volunteers as Adopt A Dog’s adoptable pet of the week, and wow, talk about cute! Lewis is a 7-year old, 8.3 pound, neutered Chihuahua who just wants someone to give him cuddles!
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