Favorable weather and snow conditions, an animal den, and sharp-eyed pilots helped bring two skiers off Mount Hood alive and well Sunday after an unplanned night camping out.
The City of Hood River gained new park property on the waterfront on Monday night.
Six FTC (First Tech Challenge) robotics teams from Hood River County schools will compete Saturday at Hood River Valley High School after the last of eight League Play competitions this season was held Jan. 7.
Two Hood River First Lego League (FFL) robotics teams brought home trophies for the first time from the FLL State Robotics Tournament in Hillsboro last weekend.
All Hood River County School District after school activities are canceled due to inclement weather.
Bridge work is rescheduled for Friday, Jan. 15. Expect delays from 9 a.m. to noon.
Local Sue Kusch will present “The Past and Future of Herbal Medicine” at the Hood River Library on Saturday, Jan. 16 beginning at 2 p.m.
City of Hood River
Marijuana dispensaries, and customers, weighing options as new year’s law changes bring sales tax
Oregon medical marijuana dispensaries enjoyed a winter of tax-free sales and a limited recreational market, but changes are shaking up the formula.
Senator talks work-force, grad rates at HR town hall
Sen. Ron Wyden hit Hood River on his January town hall sweep.
The filing season is up and running, even if the candidates aren’t quite all doing so yet. This will be a big election year in America, and it involves a great many candidates not named Clinton or Trump.
This month, Hood River News begins a regular listing of selected programs on the bilingual community radio station.
New year, new brew news.
UPDATED: The Hood River-White Salmon Interstate Bridge will be closed intermittently on Tuesday morning, Jan. 12.
Hood River County fuel stations consider making transition
A new law strikes down Oregon’s historic ban on customers pumping their own gas — with conditions.