Bonneville Power Administration operators are prepared for the energy anomaly that they see every Thanksgiving Day. They have planned for an unusual bulge, or peak, in the morning as millions of people across the Pacific Northwest gather to cook meals, which rely heavily on the use of ovens and other appliances. After the big meal, system operators will be on hand to ramp power down during the tryptophan drop off.
Despite shedding some jobs, Hood River County employment held firm at second best statewide.
The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch from Thursday morning
All calls were responded to within the County of Hood River.
All calls were responded to within the City of Hood River.
pFriem brings home ‘Revelation’ trophy for Super Saison
The winners of the international 2016 Brussels Beer Challenge competition have been officially announced and out of all the beers submitted by American Breweries, pFriem Family Brewers took home the American Revelation — Fermentis Trophy for their Super Saison.
HR Council meets on Monday and Tuesday
Hood River City Council meets on two consecutive evenings this week — its regular meeting Monday and Tuesday’s special meeting held solely to consider passage of an emergency ordinance on Title 5. This pertains to rules for short term rentals in residential zones.
It’s almost scary how little we talk about it.
A Lake Oswego developer is seeking permits to build a 24-lot subdivision northeast of Odell, expanding an existing neighborhood.
Oregon Department of Transportation has found a light at the end of the tunnel in its endeavor to fully restore the Historic Columbia River Highway as a single trail.
Look for paving this week on 14 miles of Interstate 84 from the Sandy River (just east of Troutdale) to Multnomah Falls, 7 p.m. to 8 a.m.
The Port of Cascade Locks has sold a piece of downtown property to Thunder Island Brewing Co., where the brewery plans to move.
As the holiday season draws near, The History Museum of Hood River County is getting ready for end-of-year gifts from donors who wish to take advantage of any tax benefits that their giving to charitable non-profit organizations can provide.
Fruit gains a big lift this month with three beers made from unusual fruits, pouring at pFriem Family Brewing and Logsdon Farmhouse Ales. Both are redolent, colorful ales, distinct but not overpowering with the flavor and aroma of their essential fruit: plums at Logsdon (Zuur Pruim — sour plum in Flemish) and at pFriem the blueberry Bosbesson and Farmhouse made from … kumquats.
Long before she came to work at One Community Health (OCH), Lynne Frost believed strongly in a School-Based Health Center for her community.
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