Registration for the 2017 Hood River County Christmas Project started Nov. 9 and continues for families in need through Dec. 9.
Church News for Nov. 10
Highway 35 reopened to vehicles Saturday night after being closed for two days when mud, rocks and trees slid onto its surface near Polallie Creek.
We hit the trail recently — not in search of land to homestead, but rather to learn about those who came before us, looking for land and fortune, and who oftentimes found bad luck instead. We packed up our Prius with some provisions, all-weather clothing, and a tandem bicycle, and headed south and east to learn about Northwest history.
It’s been sell-out crowds for Hood River Valley High School Performing Arts Department’s fall musical, “Fiddler on the Roof,” but there’s still one more weekend to catch the show.
Two men wait by the side of a deserted road, near a barren tree.
Izzie has been selected by volunteers as Adopt A Dog’s adoptable pet of the week. This gorgeous girl is about a year old, and they think she’s a Pyrenees/Border Collie mix. She weighs 60 pounds, and wouldn't mind adding a few more.
PT Barton at The Pines; Peter Mulvey in TD Nov. 15; more
Guests from Tsuruta High School, Hood River Valley High School’s sister city school in Japan, were in town this week.
“We always find something, eh Didi, to let us think we exist?” Estragon (David Dye, right) asks his friend Vladamir, aka Didi (Kathleen Morrow), in “Waiting for Godot,” the classic absurdist tragicomedy by Samuel Beckett, written in 1953 and still asking questions humans are still trying to figure out.
Houston has plenty to celebrate. The Astros winning the World Series, and in the same week, the arrival of 144 pounds of Lego toys.
Fun and games, including music by Family Man and Tony Smiley, and pumpkin bowling were part of the Insitu-hosted fire responder appreciation event Oct. 28 at Hood River County Fairgrounds. Ryan Hartman, Insitu CEO, left, and others talk with Hood River County Sheriff Matt English.
There will be a free community Thanksgiving dinner again this year on Nov. 23 from noon to 3 p.m. at Riverside Community Church, Fourth and State, Hood River.
Hood River Valley High School Performing Arts Department continues its run of "Fiddler on the Roof" in the Bowe Theater this weekend, with 7 p.m. shows Nov. 3-4 and a 2 p.m. show Nov. 5. The show will close next weekend, Nov. 10-11, with 7 p.m. shows.
It can be a great feeling to deck the halls early and be ready for Christmas ahead of time.