Kateri Osborne-Lohr receives a parting gift from Superintendent Dan Goldman.
Horizon Christian School sent off its Class of 2016 with a call to action: share your faith and wisdom with the world.
It was rainy, it was windy, it was cold, but the weather Friday night at Henderson Community Stadium failed to dampen the spirits of the Hood River Valley High School students and their loved ones who gathered to watch the Class of 2016 graduate.
About 75 youngsters wrangled their hogs, sheep and swine at a Jackpot livestock show in Hood River County on Saturday.
Hood River County School District is participating in the Summer Food Service Program and is offering breakfast and lunch at no charge for children ages 1-18 from July 6 to July 27 at the following times:
Fresh Start Culinary Arts Program is offering a series of six cooking classes for home cooks, and one class for kids, beginning Thursday, June 23, with a pasta and ravioli class.
CORBETT — Voices will join together at Vista House this summer.
Stop includes potluck, anti-nuke forum
The historic Golden Rule anti-nuclear sailboat is in Hood River, hosted by Columbia Riverkeeper.
Throughout the world there exists tremendous variation in how people view and treat death: in the ritual practices tied to the disposition of the deceased, in forms of bereavement and remembrance, in the meaning and definitions attached to death, and in how people care for the dying or prepare for their own death.
New this year at schools in the Hood River County School District: Graduating seniors visited their elementary schools to parade the hallways in cap and gown.
Hood River Valley High School faculty honored its Scholars of the Year, at last week’s Evening of Excellence Academic award banquet. Teachers provided these profiles of the students. Most received their diplomas Friday night at the HRVHS Commencement.
Payton Rigert, a Hood River Valley High School senior, was awarded the P.E.O. STAR Scholarship for the 2016-1017 academic year by the local Chapter AE of P.E.O.
Recent train derailments nor Gorge-wide gridlock did not stop the Gorge Gulp fundraising efforts of the Hood River County Education Foundation last Friday night at Venue 301.
The Next Door has been awarded a one-year, $50,000 grant from the Oregon Community Foundation to support its work as the Parenting Education Hub for Wasco and Hood River Counties. This funding will enable The Next Door to continue providing parenting education class series.
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