“The Twist and the Trees,” adapted by director Sullivan Mackintosh, is an enchanting family-friendly tale that speaks to the spirit of the holiday season.
This comedic play is both theatrical AND theological.
Helping farmers thrive in a ‘wild and unique’ place
“Ujire?” I asked the bus driver for the 15th time, butchering the name of the village I would be calling home for the foreseeable future.
“Es el dia de acsoi de grasia”
What’s your favorite Thanksgiving recipe?
Keeping Service in Sight: Local Lions club members stay busy with scholarships, vision screenings, container collection, Peace Posters and other projects serving community
Lions are busy.
The gathering was the first of its kind, at least in years.
Collaborations that began in the fertility of summer reach their reveal in the season of harvest.
HRVHS drama students stage a big musical with funny, moving true story
Hood River Valley High School’s fall musical, “Catch Me If You Can,” is a big production.
Along the Calle Corrientes with Rotary student Graciela
I arrived at the Buenos Aires airport on June 25 to begin my two-month Rotary exchange in Argentina.
They say growing old is not for sissies. When you add serving as a volunteer for the Peace Corps to that equation, I think that I was announcing to the world (at least my family and friends) that I am no sissy and here is the proof. But I had a dream! And one risks a lot when going for a dream.
Fruit … Art … Food … Music … Fabrics
FESTIVAL ALSO BRINGS LOCAL CIDER
Hood River Hops Fest, a showcase for fresh hopped ale, has evolved into one of Oregon’s premier beer events.
Getting to know Tsuruta in a fun, fulfilling youth exchange
Rice fields, shrines, fireworks, museums, humidity, judo, shopping, convenience store food, meeting a famous dog, Pokémon, host families, Japanese hospitality and fire torches are just a few of the memories that come to mind when I think of the 11 day trip to Tsuruta, Japan, I and 15 others embarked on this past August.
Big Wheel Keeps On ... One bolt at a time, history gets a fix at The History Museum of Hood River County
“We’re going to be like brothers, this wheel and I,” said Ken Elliott.
Annual program runs Sept. 9-11
The eighth annual “Cemetery Tales” living history program returns Sept. 9-11 with the theme, “Actions Create Change.”
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