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It is farmers’ market season and the fresh foods our bodies crave are back. The local farmers’ market is the best place to find foods grown, raised and produced here in the Gorge.
Recently, the Meyer Preforming Arts Studio put on a production of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid Junior,” directed and choreographed by son-and-mother team Teddy Meyer and Rebekah Meyer.
When longtime Mid Valley Elementary principal Dennis McCauley retires June 30, his replacement won’t need any introductions.
April 29 incident prompts calls for review of safety policies, procedures
Faculty members and a student voiced strong concerns over safety policies and procedures at Columbia Gorge Community College facilities in Tuesday’s board meeting at Indian Creek campus.
EF High School Exchange Year, the leader in high school cultural exchange, is seeking host families in the Hood River area. Host families open their homes to a 15-18 year old from countries around the world who come to the U.S. to attend one or two semesters of high school. Through the exchange experience, both student and family get the chance to learn about a new culture and potentially establish a lifelong bond.
Maximizing on the popularity of their annual Spring Author Festival, Klindt’s Booksellers is kicking off a two-week long book drive to benefit the library for incarcerated students at the Northern Oregon Regional Correctional Facility (NORCOR).
‘Rejection is really just an opinion’
Don’t let your fear of rejection hold you back.
This year, 11 members of Hood River Valley High School’s Speech and Debate team took a trip to Western Oregon University April 23-25. In the end, they attained second in the 5A school division, the best showing ever from the team. These students had all placed either first or second place at district competition, and were competing at the state level.
If you have visited your medical provider recently, you may have seen brochures that advertise a Home Visiting Connection.
Two students at Trout Lake School were awarded bikes as part of the White Salmon Masonic Lodge’s 2015 “Bikes for Books” program. Dasher Evans and Nia Burtchaell-Norman took home shiny two-wheelers as a celebration of their excellence in reading.
Eleven members of Hood River Valley High School’s Speech and Debate team took second in the 5A school division at the state championship, held April 23-25 at Western Oregon University.
Three people are vying for the Hood River County School Board Position 1, on the May 19 ballot.
Local photographer Darryl Lloyd will present “Remembering the Year 1980” at Skamania Lodge in Stevenson on May 13, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The presentation is part of the Mount St. Helens Institute’s Volcanic Views and Brews Scenic Pub Lecture Series, which is celebrating the 35th anniversary of the mountain’s eruption.
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