The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced Hood River Valley High School senior Logan “Maui” Glass as a semifinalist in the 60th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. This academically talented high school senior has an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 8,000 National Merit Scholarships worth about $33 million that will be offered next spring.
Annelise Acosta and Miriam Starrett have been recognized as National Merit Scholarship Commended Students, Hood River Valley High School Principal Rich Polkinghorn announced Friday.
This Week at HRVHS will be a new feature in the Hood River News, compiled by teacher Tom Ames.
The Hood River Elks Lodge starts the new school year with the selection of Anneke Virk and Caitlyn Fick as their first two Students of the Month. They are both seniors at Hood River Valley High School and are very active at school, with extracurricular activities and volunteer service for their community.
4-H means many things depending on whom you ask. It can require different levels of commitment and countless activities, but one thing always remains the same, 4-H grows skills that you will have forever.
Dara Easley has joined the Oregon State University Extension Service faculty as 4-H Program Assistant.
More than 6 million young people across the country today will celebrate National 4-H Week, an annual celebration of 4-H during the first full week of October.
Have you ever thought about raising and processing chickens for your home or for market?
State Rep. Mark Johnson of Hood River will moderate a panel on the topic of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault in Hood River.
As Oregon kids say goodbye to summer and return to school, many will have great memories of fishing, swimming, boating, or just being next to a special river.
Hood River Valley High School is now producing clean, renewable solar energy due to a grant through Pacific Power’s Blue Sky Program, additional funding from Energy Trust of Oregon and the actual solar panel installation by Scott Sorenson, Common Energy LLC.
Students dressed as superheroes, nerds and animals are just part of the fun as 2014 homecoming takes over this week at Hood River Valley High School.
Two speakers will give a perspective on what is happening across the country and in our state during the Marijuana and Our Youth educational forum at Hood River Valley High School’s Bowe Theater Oct. 3 from 5-7 p.m.
Community invited to memorial walk on Oct. 3
Pregnancy and infant loss are hard subjects to share — and perhaps that’s why those who suffer these losses often feel unable to acknowledge their grief publicly.
A sewer pump failure Thursday evening at the Columbia Gorge Community College Indian Creek campus in Hood River resulted in the closure of the campus to faculty, staff, and students on Friday.