The Columbia Gorge Breastfeeding Coalition has formed a mother-to-mother support group to offer a place to turn during this important time.
The National Fire Protection Association’s annual awareness campaign, Fire Prevention Week, will be held Oct. 6-12. The nonprofit fire safety organization is encouraging the public to prevent kitchen fires.
The fourth-annual Gorge Food Forum will take place at the Hegewald Center and Exhibit Hall at the Skamania fairgrounds on Oct. 12 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. The Hegewald Center is located at 710 S.W. Rock Creek Drive in Stevenson, Wash.
Green Home Expo starts things off Friday with local speakers
With a unique line-up of new and remodeled homes, the 12th annual Green Home Tour set for Oct. 5, aims to inspire homeowners and businesses to invest in buildings that increase value while reducing their overall environmental footprint.
Hood River County School District recently recognized state math award recipient Barbara Hoikka.
Forum looks at reducing bark beetle infestation
Oregon State University Extension Service is holding a presentation and discussion session on the bark beetle infestations affecting trees in the Hood River area.
The pageantry of Homecoming is back.
Room 502 at Hood River Middle School is a virtual globe, and its students all travelers.
The Elks “Most Valuable Student” applications are now available online at www.elks.org/enf/scholars/applymvs.fcm.
The ASPIRE program at Hood River Valley High School is seeking volunteers to help encourage all students to further their education.
The fourth-annual Gorge Food Forum will take place at the Hegewald Center and Exhibit Hall at the Skamania Fairgrounds on Oct.12, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The center is located at 710 S.W. Rock Creek Drive in Stevenson, Wash.
Parenting is the most important job one will ever have. Parenting is learned and parenting practices are significantly influenced by one’s own upbringing. Effective early parenting contributes to development of cognitive and social skills, positive peer relationships and prevention of delinquency, risky behaviors and school failure.
Along with bringing fresh apples, the Harvest Fest, and beautiful weather, the fall season brings new Community Ed classes to choose from throughout Hood River Valley.
A civics lesson that everyone can relate to took place Tuesday morning at Hood River Valley High School.
Classes back to normal Tuesday
A bomb threat found in a bathroom stall emptied Hood River Valley High School Monday, sending students and staff home just before lunch.