Everyone knows the challenge and fear of carrying out home maintenance jobs that require tool management while standing on a sloped roof.
If the valley’s myriad gem-tone wines and amber-colored brew selections are not to your liking, another adult beverage producer is about to remedy that for visitors and locals alike – and no, that wouldn’t be another hard cider operation.
Fire services vs. parks discussed
Park maintenance and mowing have been on the list of concerns voiced by citizens at recent City Council meetings. The impacts of city budget constraints are becoming more visible to the general public.
Cherry commission estimates 5-10 percent loss in HR valley
You’ve probably heard it: that hearty, rhythmic thwop-thwop-thwop that rouses you from your early morning dreams. Or you may have noticed a brownish-dull haze hanging in the skies.
Gorge Grown Food Network, in collaboration with Nuestra Comunidad Sana (a program of The Next Door, Inc.), organized a recent event for Spanish-speakers interested in opening food businesses.
The Hood River County School District will hold their annual “Kindergarten Roundup” during the week of May 6 - 10, 2013. This is the time for parents to register their children entering kindergarten for the 2013-2014 school year.
Employees honored at centennial party and open house
ODELL — A hundred-years’ hubbub filled Diamond Fruit Growers packing plant and offices on April 24.
K&E Excavating, the Ken Jernstedt Airfield runway shift contractor, has released its new schedule for resuming construction after the winter shut down.
Tobacco use is the single most preventable cause of disease, disability, and death in the United States.
Hood River Valley High School Senior Courtney Erikson is calling on her JV and varsity teammates and the whole community of Hood River to help meet an important personal goal.
Organizers set $1M sales goal for 13 farmers’ markets Gorge-wide
Gorge farmers’ markets begin opening for the 2013 season in May with the Gorge Grown Farmers’ Market (Thursdays in Hood River), the Hood River Saturday Market and the Goldendale Farmers’ Market (Saturdays).
Spanish GED program brings local learners together
Gleaming rays of evening light illuminate the cafeteria of Hood River Middle School, providing an appropriate reflection of the uplifted mood shared by the 65 or so adults gathered inside.
This Saturday: Dr. Frank Toda and Janet Hamada will be guest speakers
SALEM—Rep. Mark Johnson (R-Hood River) will be hosting an in-district town hall on Saturday, May 4 from 10 a.m.-11 a.m. to provide a legislative update, focusing specifically on K-12 and higher education issues.
County will decide on four contested races for 16 districts
Ballots will be mailed Friday for the May 21 Hood River County Special Districts levy.
On Friday, April 26 a crowd gathered to wrangle some words for a good cause. SMART (Start Making A reader Today) netted $2,000 in the third annual Tongue Twister Tournament.