Firefighters continue to fight the Indian Creek fire Monday morning, after controlling the portion of the blaze on the south side of the creek Sunday night.
“For a change of pace, I actually have positive news about our budget,” Hood River County School District Supt. Dan Goldman said Tuesday evening.
Despite enrollment increases, district sees class sizes shrink
With Hood River County Schools in their second full week of classes, official enrollment numbers are coming in.
The Hood River and Barlow Ranger Districts of the Mt. Hood National Forest will be carrying out fall prescribed burns as early as next week and continuing into October with pile burns.
All calls were responded to within the County of Hood River.
All calls were responded to within the City of Hood River.
Munchkins at the Museum is back!
Hood River County School District cordially invites staff and community members to attend one of the upcoming Facilities Planning presentations.
When you think of a high school vice principal, what comes to mind? For many, “disciplinarian” is probably the first thought. But how about instructional coach? Kyle Rosselle and Nate Parson, vice principals at Hood River Valley High School, say the latter is what most accurately describes the position.
A metal box of school district history posed an exciting challenge for volunteers at the History Museum of Hood River County.
Local school music programs will get a boost as a result of the Music Festival of the Gorge, which premiered last week at Waterfront Park. The event raised $7,580.
A transportation consulting firm has proposed a mountain-wide transit service plan which would connect Hood River to Mt. Hood Meadows.
Hood River Care Center residents, family members, staff, volunteers and community members came together Sept. 18 at Waterfront Park to fly hand-decorated kites in conjunction with National Alzheimer’s Day.
The ASPIRE Program (Access to Student assistant Programs in Reach for Everyone) at Hood River Valley High School is seeking volunteers to help encourage students to further their education, set goals and achieve career dreams.
The Maryhill Museum of Art is set to receive a $1 million state grant to help repair and replace the historic building’s stucco exterior.
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