HRVHS Girl Up, a United Nations Foundation club, is hosting a three-part movie series to raise money for School Cycle, which sends bikes to Malawi and Guatemala so that girls can get to school. The event was Tuesday, but it is just one part of a new set of efforts by young women at Hood River Valley High School.
Wednesday, Oct. 4 is Junior and Senior College Information Night at Hood River Valley High School, as well as College Colors Day throughout the school district.
Gorge Works is celebrating National Manufacturing Day, with business tours and other events on Thursday, Oct. 5, and Friday, Oct. 6, designed to let people know about the job and training opportunities available in the Columbia Gorge.
Waucoma Bookstore and Gorge Grown are hosting author Tara Whitsitt for a book signing on Saturday, Sept. 30 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Hood River Farmers’ Market, Fifth and Columbia streets in downtown Hood River.
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) has named Hood River Valley High School seniors Brynnan Burns, Levi Geller, Katherine McElderry, Carson Orr and Ella Rand as Commended Students in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program, HRVHS principal Rich Polkinghorn announced.
Lea W. Rysavy, a Hood River home school student, is one of 16,000 semi-finalists in the 63rd annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
Good things come in small spaces.
This summer, The Next Door employed several youth, including two crew leaders, through a grant-funded program called Summer Youth Employment.
Lori Ufford named for interim position starting Sept. 30
Board members at Columbia Gorge Community College this week selected a national search firm to lead the quest for a new president,
Wildfires are raging across the state and Oregon Department of Environmental Quality and public health officials are urging residents to take precautions amid smoke.
Just In: The Hood River County School District is releasing all students two hours early today, Thursday, Sept. 14, due to worsening air quality conditions.
When teachers ask what Leah and Ren Sandahl did over summer vacation, they’ll hear something a little different than the traditional tales of camps and trips.
What’s old is new in some schools as the 2017-18 year starts up.
A girl from The Dalles won her division and a Hood River boy took second at the Oregon State Fair Spelling Championship.
“We had a unique first full day.”