Crop Talks starts up again on Monday, Feb. 23 at 6 p.m. at Rockford Community Grange.
Cancer victim, 4, loves to dance
Friends and family continue to work, and play, on behalf of Lila May Schow, a Hood River four-year-old who is fighting cancer.
In a historic agreement — nearly 18 months in the making — Klickitat County will devote planning staff time to help the Columbia River Gorge Commission process land use applications within its borders.
At the age of 17, Teresa Langen received some devastating news regarding her favorite hobby.
BNSF Railway Company announced last Friday that it plans to spend about $189 million this year on capital improvements and system maintenance in Washington.
A Bend man has been charged with murder in connection with the death of a Portland woman that occurred in 2009 west of Cascade Locks.
Will take job in Seattle in April after three years with Gorge Comission
Columbia River Gorge Commission executive director Darren Nichols will leave the Commission in April to take on a new role as the Associate Director of the William D. Ruckelshaus Center in Seattle.
Hood River County School District middle and high school students are AVID for college.
Rasmussens will sell famed Pine Grove destination farm
For Lynn and Dollie Rasmussen, 2015 will be a landmark year, but without the land.
A Hood River caregiver is facing multiple felony and misdemeanor charges after allegedly stealing well over $10,000 from a female patient of hers over a period of three years.
Small Business Showcase returns March 13 to a new location – Butler Bank Building, 301 Oak St.
A new Hood River-based publication hits the stands this week. Destination Weddings: Columbia River Gorge is a full-size magazine dedicated to the growing wedding industry in the Gorge.
History came alive last Friday in the AP U.S. History class at the Hood River Valley High School. Students participated in a Progressive Era dinner party with interactive roles as historical figures.
Joy Bell and Lucy McLean have been selected as January Students of the Month by the Hood River Elks Lodge and were presented $100 checks at a recent Lodge meeting. Both are seniors at Hood River Valley High School. They, along with the other monthly winners, will be honored at a banquet on May 31 of this year.
The cause of the Jan. 30 fire that destroyed a Westcliff Drive home has been ruled accidental.
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- Remembering grandma’s 8-track still a key note for Mare Wakefield
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