City of Hood River residents will experience recycling and garbage changes.
Mount Hood Railroad’s scenic excursion trips are returning to the upper Hood River Valley.
Katie Lompa, Oregon Department of Forestry Central Oregon Community and urban forester, presented Mayor Paul Blackburn.
With new Dry Cider, brewer does double duty
Who better than a brewer to understand that cider takes time?
Now in its fourth year, the Hood River Hard-Pressed Cider Fest on April 22 gives seasoned and novice cider drinkers alike the chance to sample cider from Hood River County’s very own cider makers, as well as a variety of additional Northwest cideries.
Local author Vikki Claflin has released her third book, “Chin Hairs & Back Fat: Somewhere Between Tweezers, Yoga Pants & a Box of Wine,” now available on Amazon.
YOUNGSTERS, AND OLDER HELPERS, fill the main lawn and parking lot at Jackson Park for the community egg hunt and Children’ Safety Fair, both held under prime sunny skies.
Walden’s hometown audience held back nothing during a tense town hall meeting Wednesday.
Hood River County Prevention, Hood River Police, Hood River County Sheriff’s Office, Hood River County School District, Providence Memorial Hospital Foundation and Youthink hosted Officer Jermaine Galloway April 12-13 for multiple presentations in Hood River.
Back in Hood River: A hands-on safety fair and Cascadia Subduction earthquake presentation, “The Big One 2.0,” from 5-8 p.m. on April 20.
One-hundred and twenty properties in the city received notice of “grandfathered” status last month. The deadline to appeal “grandfathering” determinations was March 28.
Wildlife officials rescued an injured bald eagle Tuesday from a small creek in west Hood River.
Five members of EyeOpeners Lions Club and one from The Dalles Lions met at Hood River Middle School on Thursday to install a special piece of equipment in the historic auditorium’s lower level.
The Hood River Valley High School Speech and Debate Team won its district tournament April 5-6.
Earth Day, Saturday, April 22, has expanded to Earth Week this year. Four separate events at different locations will take place on Earth Day to provide Gorge residents with opportunities to get involved. Then, for the next seven days, one event will take place per day, culminating in the People’s Climate and Justice March on Saturday, April 29 in Hood River.