Soul Street at White Buffalo; Ben Bonham at Stave and Stone; more
Patrons line up, and a U.S. Postal Service employee works the window for parcel pickups, Tuesday at the Hood River Post Office.
The “crystal ball stuff” of population projections shows Hood River County experiencing a relatively modest growth rate over the next 20 years, according to the county planning department.
Living in Hood River affords you the opportunity of experiencing four unique seasons.
All December, community rallies again for FISH, Christmas Project and more
Clearly there is not enough space here for all the acts of goodwill shown by Hood River County residents for Christmas Project, FISH food bank and other project to help those in need.
‘Al & Nolan’ at Stave and Stone, New Year’s Eve music planner, more
Christmas Project volunteer coordinator Kym Zanmiller, left, laughs with Jacquie Barone at the table laden with stuffed animal toys during this week’s toy and gift organization party at Hood River Fairgrounds.
Yellow “Caution/Cuidado” tape stretches from power pole to power pole at Seventh and Montello.
Alexia Aguilar, a Westside Elementary kindergartener, hugs Santa Claus Thursday during the annual Hood River Rotary holiday luncheon in the Gorge Room at Best Western Plus Hood River Inn.
La Boheme screens Dec. 18, Karaoke at Thirteen-O-One, more
Instant forest came to the Port of Hood River Marina area late last week. As part of landscaping, 35 large trees were brought in, put in place and were anchored with support wires until they become more firmly established.
Oak, State and some downtown side streets are illuminated this Christmas season courtesy of the Hood River Chamber of Commerce and local businesses and organizations that donate toward the tree lighting fund.
Two days after the presidential election, a local high school teacher asked her students, mostly of Mexican descent, to make two lists: one list should focus on the students’ hopes, and the other on their fears. After making their lists, they gathered in a large circle and shared, one by one.
Gifts are sought for all ages to pass out at a Christmas party for Native Americans at Lone Pine and other locations in the Gorge.
‘Jazz Society’ at Stave and Stone, Gorge Bird Count meets Dec. 18, more