We Eat Well — "You can't find gooseberry pie anywhere, but we get it here every year," said Longview's Harry Blair, who ate at the Parkdale Grange Blossom Dinner with his wife, Dorothy, and his brother, Terry, and his wife, Suzie.
Kaleidescope: Firefighters gain in-house knowledge, as structure is torched in west Hood River neighborhood
A rare practice burn in a Hood River residential neighborhood recently gave firefighters from several Hood River County agencies the chance to practice hose handling techniques and other interior and exterior strategies for suppressing a house fire.
Even days after the unveiling, students at Wy’east are still stopping to admire the intricate pieces of artwork, staring and studying until they suddenly realize they are late to class.
‘Collective Voices’ at CCA; Essley in ‘The Nook’At CCA; ‘Best of the Gorge’ artist call issued; more
‘Mayhem at the Madison’
The Mid-Columbia Lions Follies will be presenting “Mayhem at the Madison” as its 38th annual show starting Thursday.
I never met my maternal grandfather. He died before I was born, an ocean away.
“I had a blast!” said Dorothy Phelps, resident of Hawks Ridge Assisted Living Community, of her recent Senior Wish activity
First-time visitors feel enlightened, not estranged
I have been fascinated with Cuba all my adult life. In 1959, Fidel Castro and Che Guevara led a small group of young men and women into Havana, Cuba, and took over the government of Fulgencio Batista. In 1959 Dick Schmuck and I were married. Finally, 55 years later, we visited Cuba.
Say hello: Exchange group of 22 Tsuruta junior high school students will be in Hood River March 14-22
The classroom erupts with the sound of laughter as we watch James playfully go after Shunnosuke for flipping him off with his middle finger.
Large crowd braves the cold on Saturday; 'It's been amazing what has done through here'
Few items go unsold at the Pine Grove Fire Department Auction, but veteran Leonard Wood saw to it Saturday that one thing stayed in-house.
Peer pressure and expectations are tough enough when you’re in high school.
Sure, the big snow is melted.
‘Still Life’ goes on, a week late
Ironically, the “Still Life” exhibit opening was postponed.
Center for the Arts presents a comedy about aesthetic and emotional discernment
How do you judge a piece of art?
Hood River’s Katie Crafts visits Antarctica
My New Year’s Eve toast this year took place aboard a 400-foot Russian research vessel, en route to Antarctica.