Authorities are asking for help from anyone with information on the nighttime Nov. 25 fire at Diamond Fruit Growers in Odell.
Parent company’s credit card system compromised
Rosauers Supermarkets are advising customers to use cash or check when purchasing goods at their stores after discovering that some of their customers’ credit cards were compromised in a cyber attack.
A brand new teen area is up and running at the Hood River library branch on State Street, and with it, new Teen Services Assistant Harley Judd.
Call it a holiday rarity: a Christmas tradition that’s actually delayed a week or so.
December brings several volunteer opportunities and family work days at The History Museum of Hood River County, 300 E. Marina Drive, Hood River:
Would you like to learn more about gardening, plants and insects? Do you like to work with people? Do you want to improve your gardening skills? Do you like to share your gardening experiences?
Historic newspapers from Hood River and Wasco counties will soon be made available online thanks to several grants, Hood River Library Director Buzzy Nielsen announced.
Full Sail Brewing took home seven gold and four silver medals from the World Beer Championships last week.
Hood River Police Department will be conducting a traffic safety blitz campaign through Dec. 3.
The holidays are coming, and Hood River is preparing for the local festivities.
The Hood River County Board of Commissioners is allowing motorsport events to continue being held on county roads but at a significantly higher cost.
Monitoring will determine if aquifer viable for water exchange
Nestlé began drilling test wells this week in Cascade Locks to see if an aquifer believed to be beneath Port of Cascade Locks property can be used in a water exchange Nestlé wants for a proposed water bottling plant.
City Council action: Schultz hired as new interim manager
The debt dispute between the City of Hood River and Ryan’s Juice is all but over.
A pillar of fire rose over Odell Monday night as flames devoured 10,000 plastic fruit bins on Diamond Fruit property at AGA Road and Odell Highway. Firefighters came from every department in the valley, deploying 12 tenders and engines including the Tower 3 from Hood River Fire Department. The fire was reported at about 7:20 p.m. “It looked like a Roman candle, flames sticking straight up,” said Pat Roy, who lives on AGA Road directly across from the fire.
A 16-year-old writes in the anger of the day
By Leslie Dinsmoor Melby, written Nov. 24, 1963