Second quarter honor roll.
Steven Swafford of Hood River was named to the fall honor roll at Linn-Benton Community College in Albany.
Art, drama and history blend this week in a unique opening of three student-driven projects at Hood River Middle School.
Hood River County Prevention, in cooperation with Hood River Valley High School’s Health Media Club, has a new bilingual billboard on 12th Street, promoting the message, “Brains Develop Better Without Drugs/Alcohol.”
Three Hood River Valley High School robotics teams excelled at the First Technology Challenge (FTC) Superqualifer meet Feb. 13-14.
Rockford Grange is starting up the annual Crop Talks, an informal discussion group about the joys, frustration and benefits of growing food, on Feb. 22.
Gorge Owned’s next Sense of Place Lecture Series will be “The Trust for Public Land in the Columbia Gorge: The Untold Conservation Story,” with Bowen Blair on Wednesday, March 2 at the Columbia Center for the Arts.
The roof over the lecture hall in the main building of the Columbia Gorge Community College campus will be replaced and insulated.
The Hood River County School District Board made a deep Primary Election ballot all the deeper.
Enrich your child’s life and your own by attending the “Incredible Years” parenting program on Mondays, starting March 7, in English. The series will be held at the Cascade Locks School.
Board meets tonight to decide on 20-year, $57 million proposal
School improvements take center stage in tonight’s Hood River County School District Board of Directors meeting.
Last weekend, the Hood River Valley Speech and Debate Team attended the 81st Linfield Singletary tournament at Linfield college in McMinnville. The college began hosting the tournament back in 1933 and it is one of the oldest in the country.
National FFA week is Feb. 21-27 this year and the Hood River Valley FFA Chapter has several activities planned at the local level. The first activity in the community is the “Pass The Pig” fundraiser, which will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 23 beginning at 9 a.m.
Pastor Jeff Mueller hopes to start trend
May Street Elementary isn’t usually crowded in the afternoons after school, but on Wednesday, Jan. 27, the entryway was packed.
School Board considers May Street replacement
Hood River County School District is pursuing a capital bond, which they hope to present to voters on the May election ballot.
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