Skamania shelter relocates tonight at Tucker Road
Tonight, the Red Cross will move its Stevenson shelter to Hood River Assembly of God church, 979 Tucker Rd., Hood River.
Updated Information: All of Crystal Springs Water District is under a boil water advisory. This means boil your water. Do not consume raw tap water. This expands the alert that was issued yesterday. Questions should be directed to the Crystal Springs Water District at 541-354-1818.
After careful consideration by fire incident commanders and the Hood River County Sheriff's Office, the following changes are being made to Evacuation Levels:
Just In: The Hood River County School District is releasing all students two hours early today, Thursday, Sept. 14, due to worsening air quality conditions.
The Hood River Hops Fest has been rescheduled to Oct. 7.
A fire burned on Indian Creek Trail between Third and Fifth streets, just south of Pine, on Sept. 12 at about 10:29 p.m. Local, state and federal fire crews helped in fighting the blaze.
Hood River County Sheriff’s Office has consulted with fire incident commanders and made evacuation level changes.
Crystal Springs Water District has issued a boil water order for its public water system.
The Oregon Drive Less Challenge pulls up soon. Its finish line: energy efficiency.
The White Salmon Valley Education Foundation is calling on all “operatives.” Your mission is to attend the 2017 Gorge Grape Escape, and become an Agent of Opportunity.
As fire continues, community puts concern into action
Nearly 1,000 people have put themselves in harm’s way to fight the Eagle Creek/Indian Creek fire in the past two weeks, and as the fire grows so does community support for the fire crews and other responders.
The 14th annual Hood River Hops Fest pours fresh-hopped ales from around the Northwest Sept. 23 in what has become a hugely-popular mainstay fermentology event in Oregon.
To the surprise of no one living here, the Eagle Creek fire had a damping influence on turnout at the Hood River Fly-In.
The City of Hood River is poised for what could be significant changes in what people need to pay for parking.
The U.S. Forest Service will divide a timber thinning and fuels reduction project on the north slope of Mount Hood into two parts.