It has been a fulfilling year for the Columbia Gorge Ecology Institute’s (CGEI) Executive Director Drew Eastman. He led the efforts in a strategic planning process, was awarded his first-ever grant from Google, and despite having only one other staff member, saw significant growth in program participation from 800 students in all of 2013 to 700 students as of mid-June, 2014.
New aerospace grant will expand opportunities for Gorge residents
Less than a year after establishing a location in the Columbia River Gorge, Clark College is expanding its academic and technical offerings and moving into a new, larger facility.
An airborne arc of water tossed in Monday’s event suggests the connections
The 50 people gathered Monday for the health of the Columbia River invoked the names of many rivers and waterways where they had lived or had seen human impacts: the Pacific Ocean and Great Lakes, San Francisco Bay, Gulf of Mexico, Chesapeake Bay, Columbia, Willamette, Mississippi, Colorado, Merced, Potomac, Thames, James, Shannon, and the Mekong.
Nationwide, thousands of breastfeeding women and their babies and children will participate in the Big Latch On, a synchronized breastfeeding event in multiple locations around the world.
“Sam! Sam! You’re seaweed!”
Leslie Melby, E.F. High School Student Exchange Year IEC, is looking for host families for two boys who will be attending Hood River Valley High School this year.
Barbeques and potlucks of summer call to mind a few food-related notions for me.
The Hood River County School District Summer Meals program started June 30 and will run through July 22 at Mid Valley Elementary cafeteria, 3686 David Dr., Odell.
With the end of the 2013-2014 academic year, Columbia Gorge Community College (CGCC) is bidding “adieu” to two longtime members of its academic community.
The Grammy Foundation recently announced that Noah Tauscher, a Hood River Valley High School senior, was selected to attend Grammy Camp 2014, to be held this July on the University of Southern California campus in Los Angeles.
Stephanie Harris graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in environmental science from Colorado College. Harris is a 2010 graduate of Hood River Valley High School.
Sister City’s 37th year
The Tsuruta-Hood River Sister city Program has seen some big celebrations in its 37 years, but none like next week’s.
We begin “Tracks To ‘26,” a living yearbook.
CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State University Extension Service’s food preservation and safety hotline will help Oregonians safely can and preserve their garden’s abundance again this summer.
El Mercado del Valle has a new logo, thanks to Wy’east Middle School eighth-grader Jairo Munoz.