The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released six million fish from Little White Salmon and Willard National Fish Hatcheries on Wednesday and Thursday — a week earlier than normal.
‘For Fish and Farms’
Interested in an easy way to use less water this summer? Consider not watering your lawn.
The FID Board of Directors unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday declaring an emergency authorizing the district to implement water rotation procedures to address drought conditions.
Parking expanded along the waterfront
The Port of Hood River is wrapping up construction at the west end of the Nichols Basin Trail, opening the bicycle and pedestrian path to the beach just in time for Independence Day festivities.
Dave Kalousdian’s Fourth of July will be different this year, but only just.
What are large users of water around the county doing to reduce? We called public agencies, and some private, Wednesday and Thursday to find out:
Swimmers pause on the Hood River bank just below Tucker Bridge, where property owner Bob White is trying to get word out that access is not allowed.
A new park for the south part of Hood River took one step closer to reality last week.
The Fourth of July holiday will limit access to several Port of Hood River waterfront properties beginning Friday, July 3 when the Hood River Eyeopeners Lions Club begins setting up its fireworks display just west of the mouth of the Hood River.
Preserving a spectacular view: Cape Horn Waterfall Overlook set in stone
PORTLAND (AP) — Federal authorities defended their latest plan for mitigating damage to salmon and steelhead imperiled by hydroelectric dams in the Columbia River Basin.
Like flash pots in a stadium rock show, the lighting and thunder impressed with nature’s power Sunday night.
Farmers Irrigation District is making it official: keep your lawn brown for much-needed conservation of water.
The weather forecast is calling for high temperatures around most of the state through the weekend and even into the middle of next week. It’s a time to keep fire prevention uppermost in our minds, and also, to remember to protect the health of trees in yards and landscapes by deeply watering them
‘Total Home Performance’ helps Parkdale homeowner stay cool and comfortable
Summer is definitely here, long after the first waves of hot weather. Many of us will spend the coming months doing our best to stay cool and protected from the hot sun. For Rick Anderson, staying cool is not just about comfort — it’s critical to keep his multiple sclerosis symptoms in check.
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