Over the past twenty years, it’s been the place where parents wiped tears as they watched their children walk across the stage to collect their diplomas.
When I found myself jobless at the end of May, I decided to follow a long-held dream to solo-hike sections of the PCT (Pacific Crest Trail).
Hood River parks and rec stalwart credits ‘working together with a lot of good people’
This was a summer-ending pool party with meaning.
Fun facts behind some lesser-known apples and pears of the Hood River Valley
All around the county, farmers are bringing in a variety of unique and/or heirloom apples and pears that just aren’t found in traditional markets.
I almost don’t want to tell you what’s in Magdalena Bay.
New faces, details for 2015-2016
On Tuesday it all begins again, for students, at least.
With the Hood River County School District and Horizon Christian School back in session Sept. 8, there’s been a fair amount of buzzing around the various sites in the past week or so. And for four new principals — two of whom are new to the area — the work is just beginning.
‘Thoreau’ and ‘Inherit the Wind’ open Friday at CCA
In two dramas opening together this weekend in Hood River, historical events find new life and current meaning, as Plays for Non-Profits takes the stage at Columbia Center for the Arts (CCA).
Papua New Guinea: Hood River woman witnesses rituals beautiful and brutal
After three flights, two days, and a 16 hour time difference, I arrived at Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, exhausted and apprehensive but full of anticipation.
Your guide to al fresco options: mobile and stationary food trucks and carts abound around the county
Mobile and stationary food trucks and carts abound around Hood River County.
I’m not going to lie — cows freak me out.
The decades have matured Jackson Park. What began as a humble, hilly plot of grass and trees has become a truly impressive family gathering place, thanks to a continued effort from the community throughout the years.
It started as a casual conversation. We were spending a long weekend at the coast with some good friends.
CAST Theater’s summer play is anything but ordinary — “Next to Normal” covers the dark terrain of mental disorder and family dysfunction, but treads with humor and tenderness.
“How much money do you have?”
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