The volunteers at Hood River Adopt A Dog have chosen Panda as this week’s adoptable pet.
Four brothers have a new home after the recent death of their mother. Forging a new family brings challenges for Mike and Renee Mueller of Hood River, along with fellow parishioners at Immanuel Lutheran Church.
All calls were responded to within the City of Hood River.
Hood River Valley High School English teacher and volleyball coach Scott Walker recently added another label to his name: Published author.
Outfound, described by its founders as “the first experiential conference of its kind focused on giving outdoor enthusiasts the opportunity to network with some of the most inspirational leaders and brands in the outdoor industry,” is set to take over the Hood River Event Site this weekend.
Fresh Start Culinary Arts Program will serve its last breakfast before summer break on June 10.
This mountain lion was spotted by Michael Schock north of Post Canyon.
The first-ever Connect to Your Cause Fair, held at Laughing Tara Living Arts in Odell, brought organizations and community members together to network, share information and build connections on Sunday.
“Part magic, part circus,” as teacher and emcee Nan Noteboom called it, Mr. HRV 2017 is in the books.
Visit the library on June 14 at 5 p.m. for a workshop designed to help integrate mindfulness practices in your life.
Memorial Day marked the start of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area’s peak visitor season, but outdoor enthusiasts who plan ahead can experience the Gorge safely and sustainably.
The Hood River County Board of Commissioners have asked the state judicial department to put the pause on a courthouse replacement project.
Two historic figures, and an artist who died too young are honored in two new murals — one completed, one a work in progress — to become permanent fixtures in Hood River.
Crag Rat Rescue volunteers and deputies with Hood River County Sheriff’s Office mobilized early Tuesday afternoon to do a search for an injured hiker on the Benson plateau area, about 8-10 miles south of the Eagle Creek fish hatchery.