After nearly three months of the application and review process, the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) has selected their national and regional affiliate award winners for the 2015 Award for Aspirations in Computing.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON — Decoding Dyslexia-Columbia Gorge sets sail to our state’s capitol on March 17 to testify and bear witness of the legislative hearing for Senate Bill 612.
Hood River Valley High School (HRVHS) is supporting the 18th annual Community Work Day (CWD) Wednesday, April 29.
Little Feet Cooperative Preschool, Hood River’s only cooperative preschool, has started its annual plant sale fundraiser. Planters, annuals, perennials, vegetable starts and herbs sourced from local nurseries are available for pre-order. Order deadline is April 3.
A rush-order letter writing campaign is underway at the urging of Hood River County School District officials.
Beginning in April, Columbia Gorge Community College will offer the series Leadership Skills for the High Performance Workplace, with Marge and Mike Cieri of Mardac Consultants.
Looking for a fun family activity during spring break? Come to the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum! Free admission for kids when accompanied by a paid adult during Oregon and Washington spring break, March 21 through April 12.
Bidders mingled among books at Saturday’s successful Feast of Words fundraiser for Hood River County Library.
Cascade Locks School held a Spirit Week March 3-6 in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Students around the Hood River County School District participated in Read Across America week, which coincides with the author’s birthday each year.
May Street Elementary School will hold its annual Teddy Webber Scholarship Dinner and Student Art Auction on March 12. This event, which began in 1997, is held to raise money for the school’s artist in residence program and the Teddy Webber scholarship fund.
Officials grapple with projected $2.4M deficit
Columbia Gorge Community College has laid off five employees across multiple departments in an initial schedule of layoffs designed to help address a projected $2.4 million deficit in the upcoming fiscal year, according to college president Dr. Frank Toda.
Artistic expression in all forms took center stage at Mid Valley Elementary this week.
Jeremiah Dayley gained his geography chops the classic way.
May Street Elementary School will hold its annual Teddy Webber Scholarship Dinner and Student Art Auction on Thursday, March 12. This event, which began in 1997, is held to raise money for the school’s artist in residence program and the Teddy Webber scholarship fund.
Valentine’s Day received a personal touch from the Hood River Youth of Heart of Hospice (YoHOHs), who decorated custom cards for each Heart of Hospice patient.
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