Learn about the laws behind Bottle Bill, Cultural Trust and more
The Hood River Library is hosting an exhibit on Oregon’s Landmark Legislation, a 16-panel display highlighting groundbreaking legislation that Oregon has passed since achieving statehood.
Hood River County Reads is an annual community reading adventure. This year, Hood River County is reading “Ricochet River,” by Robin Cody, a coming-of-age story set in a small Oregon logging town in the 1960s.
The Hood River Police Officers Association is offering two $500 scholarships in support of students wishing to pursue higher education. These scholarships can be applied toward tuition, room and board or books.
Accessory buildings: Larger issue of renting units will wait for another day
The Hood River County Board of Commissioners voted Monday to open a small door within a wide issue.
The Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals ruled Friday morning that the City of Hood River must reconsider several points of its recent decision to allow construction of a hotel and commercial building on the Hood River waterfront.
What would be the best way to deal with the problem of overcrowding in some schools and under-enrollment in others?
The Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals ruled Friday morning that the City of Hood River must give more consideration to a decision to allow construction of a hotel and commercial building on the Hood River waterfront.
The Hood River County School Board concluded its search for a new superintendent Wednesday evening and offered the position to Dan Goldman, current director of instruction and elementary education with the Tigard-Tualatin School District.
When schools reach or exceed capacity, there is an impact on building facilities such as cafeterias, small-square-footage classrooms, gymnasiums and rooms used for instructional support.
Naito development decision expected next week
The Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals seems to enjoy keeping Hood River in suspense.
Saturday’s Feast of Words turned out to be an encyclopedia of giving.
Case made for legally putting qualified immigrants back in the driver’s seat
Speakers told their tales of legal obstacles and life realities at a forum on immigration reform last week in Hood River.
Curves International’s annual food drive, “Feed the Need,” runs March 11-25.
Ever wanted to see where your newspaper comes from? Watch the video to get a glimpse!
Inspired teachers receive grants, students benefit
Twenty-seven educators across the county received a little extra boost in their efforts to bring innovation to the classroom with recent grant awards from the Hood River County Education Foundation’s Innovative Teaching program.