A packed house of more than 200 attended the fourth annual Aporkalypse fundraiser for Helping Hands Against Violence on Jan. 29 at Springhouse Cellars.
Enrich your child’s life and your own by attending the “Incredible Years” parenting program on Mondays, starting March 7, in English. The series will be held at the Cascade Locks School.
The Columbia Gorge is home to world-class wine, and local wineries are starting to clean up at national competitions.
Ways listed to protect yourself this tax season
Tax filing season has begun and the Oregon Department of Revenue wants to remind taxpayers to file early, file electronically, and immediately report suspected identity theft.
Hood River City and County have penned support for an inclusionary zoning Senate bill, which targets affordable housing development.
Board meets tonight to decide on 20-year, $57 million proposal
School improvements take center stage in tonight’s Hood River County School District Board of Directors meeting.
The Barrel Springs subdivision issue caught the attention of City Council Monday, along with alcohol concerns and a “symbolic” statement on gun control.
Hood River’s fastest-growing brewery, pFriem Family Brewing, is preparing to expand for the fourth time in less than four years in operation.
One of the newest enterprises in downtown Hood River will be unveiled the weekend of Feb. 13: Stave & Stone Winery.
Last weekend, the Hood River Valley Speech and Debate Team attended the 81st Linfield Singletary tournament at Linfield college in McMinnville. The college began hosting the tournament back in 1933 and it is one of the oldest in the country.
Rowe & Deming, LLC, Certified Public Accountants and Business Advisors, welcomes Mark A. Rothman of Hood River as partner, and in doing so the firm is changing its name to Rowe, Deming & Rothman LLC.
This week volunteers at Adopt A Dog have selected Foxie as the program’s adoptable pet of the week.
Hood River Library District begins a new service on Feb. 13 — a twice-monthly bus from Odell to the downtown Hood River Library.
The gauntlet has been thrown down again.
Voters will have a choice on May 17 in the Hood River County Commission Position 2 race.