HRV senior Adam McCaw leads regional series
Adam McCaw of Hood River positioned himself for regional electric car dominance with his win Saturday in the 13th annual race in downtown Hood River.
Laurie Wheeler finds teaching “a natural fit.”
OSU Open Campus presents “Mastery of Aging Well,” an informative series developed by OSU Extension in partnership with AARP.
The Renewable Energy Technology program at Columbia Gorge Community College is accepting applications for nine-month certificate and two-year Associate of Applied Science Degree programs.
Three nationally known experts on wilderness will speak at a conference at Trout Lake on May 3, sponsored by the nonprofit Friends of Mount Adams.
A group of professionals will give their insights into helping girls choose educational and career paths in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields.
May Street Lasagna Dinner and Art Auction happens Thursday
May Street Elementary School holds its annual Teddy Webber Scholarship Dinner and Student Art Auction on Thursday. This event, which began in 1997, raises money for the school’s artist-in-residence program and the Teddy Webber Scholarship fund.
Educators and employers will come together in the first-ever “Columbia Gorge Education and Industry Summit,” April 18 on The Dalles Campus of Columbia Gorge Community College.
If someone could figure out a way to harness the enthusiasm in Socci Galvez’s preschool class, the energy crisis would be solved.
With tight budgets, public schools often have to reconcile cutting costs with maintaining quality educational services.
The Gorge Community Foundation announced Monday that they are accepting grant applications for projects that promote outdoor education or recreation.
The Hood River County Reads project brings Oregon Poet Laureate Paulann Petersen to Hood River April 6.
This weekend brings a special art show, “Collective Voices,” connecting the ideas of about 25 Hood River and Klickitat County middle schoolers.
Adam Smith from Hood River Middle School has been selected as one this year’s Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic Education Grosvenor Teacher Fellows. The 2014 Fellows, a group of 25 highly educators from the United States and Canada, will embark on Lindblad voyages aboard National Geographic Explorer for a hands-on experience for professional development.
Thania Torres and Annie Veatch, both seniors at Hood River Valley High School, were chosen as the Elks January Students of the Month. Each student was presented a check for $100 at a recent Lodge meeting.