There are two open seats on the Mosier Community School Board. Both seats have two-year terms. Candidate forms are available in the MCS office.
Evaluation findings presented today; college has until July to respond
The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities evaluation visit to Columbia Gorge Community College April 22-24, represents a critical milestone in a seven-year journey that began Aug. 8, 2006, when the college’s board of directors directed the institution to pursue independent accreditation.
First Book-Hood River County recently awarded six book grants for a total of 2,719 books to be distributed by local organizations to 501 children/youth in the community.
A special event will be offered April 22 for Gorge students who seek to learn the science behind our food system. The “Every Day is Earth Day: School Garden Symposium” will be held on the campus of Hood River Middle School.
There are 15 teens in the Gorge who can now boast something not many others can say they have: a mentor.
District winner Wy’east takes eighth place
Salem – Wy’east Middle School advanced to the top eight in the state championships at the Oregon Battle of the Books on Saturday. The team includes Douglas Asai, Jake Bromham, Jesse Wiley, Symeon Walker and Ruben Gonzaga, coached by David Sacquety.
Third ‘Tongue Twister’ event
Tongue Twister Tournament is back.
Saturday race on streets of downtown Hood River
A block of downtown Hood River streets will be closed for a few hours Saturday morning as racers from across the state compete in the annual Hood River Apple Open Electrathon Car Rally. The race, of high school students and adults, will take place on a half-mile stretch of street in the Columbia/Industrial Avenue area of town circling the Full Sail Brewing building.
Says department needs better communication; more people involved
The Hood River County School District recently hired a consultant to review its financial department’s processes, after learning in February that last year’s expenditures exceeded its budget by $1.4 million.
Teen talent abounds at Hood River Valley High School, and some of that creativity will fill the Columbia Center for the Arts Thursday evening.
Pi Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma, announces it ismaking available a $750 scholarship to an educator having five years or less experience within a Sherman, Wasco, or Hood River County school.
Jonathan Pablik, 23, a Marine veteran, captivated fourth-graders at Chenowith Elementary School in The Dalles, using his military training last week to hold their attention.
WAAAM joins the Callas Trust in awarding its first flight scholarship
Hood River Valley High School student Eric Hamada has been named as the first recipient of the Callas Trust Flight Scholarship, administered by the Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum.
Columbia Gorge Community College is piloting a program that will provide local high school graduates an opportunity to attend college tuition free for up to two years.
Walk through the main entrance of Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital, and chances are you will notice the smell of coffee — and the energy of high school students at Sacred Grounds Coffee Shop.