A capital campaign for the rehabilitation of the historic Tilly Jane A-frame on Cooper Spur is now underway.
“What’s In A Name?” art projects from the students at Next Door Inc.’s Klahre House program were on display last month at Hawk’s Ridge Assisted Living, located just a few blocks away. The student work moves this week to Klahre House, located at the Next Door Inc., 965 Tucker Road.
Relay for Life, held this year at the Marina Green, kept some of its old traditions — like luminarias.
A new food cart has opened up at the Hood River waterfront: Dhaba Dhaba Indian Tandoori.
Lisa Willis has been promoted to director of catering at the Best Western Plus Hood River Inn.
Just as kiteboarding athletes train all winter for summer events such as Kiteboarding 4 Cancer, students from the Odell area worked through the winter to prepare for their part of the activities this weekend.
Public Records: Building permits, city, June 2016
Longtime employee promoted
Rachael Fox will be the Hood River County Library District’s new director.
Jeff Hecksel will step into Hood River County’s top staff position on Aug. 15. The Hood River County Board of Commissioners voted Monday afternoon to hire Hecksel, signing off on his employment contract.
The July 6 fire that destroyed a home at 1303 Tucker Road in Hood River was apparently human-caused, according to Fire marshal Jim Trammell, of West Side Fire Department. The fire occurred Wednesday at 11:30 p.m.
Young environmental stewards armed with buckets and plastic shovels did their part last Wednesday in the broad local effort to restore a wildlife habitat on the Hood River waterfront.
On the third ballot, Tim Counihan prevailed as appointee to Hood River City Council.
This Bayliner vessel, owned by John Herrin out of the Tri-Cities area, ran aground late Thursday night after the pilot strayed too far from the shipping channel and struck the Hood River sandbar.
JellyBean has been selected by volunteers as Adopt A Dog’s adoptable pet of the week. He’s about 1 to 2 years old, and maybe a mix of JRT/Doxie/Chi and your-guess-is-as-good-as-mine! He’s 10 pounds, and we just can’t figure why the phone’s not ringing off the hook for this young dog. He’s got that premature gray, charmer thing going on, and couldn’t be sweeter.
The annual Kiteboarding 4 Cancer (KB4C) event returns to the Hood River Waterfront July 15-17.
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