Lauryn Despain of The Dalles will be among high school senior girls from across Oregon gathering in Salem for the Distinguished Young Women of Oregon program on Saturday, Aug. 6, at Chemeketa Community College Theater.
Strange circumstances led to the delay in getting Kollas-Cranmer Memorial Run results; organizer Mary Gumm wanted to get it right.
JellyBean has been selected by volunteers as Adopt A Dog’s adoptable pet of the week. He’s about 1 to 2 years old, and maybe a mix of JRT/Doxie/Chi and your-guess-is-as-good-as-mine! He’s 10 pounds, and we just can’t figure why the phone’s not ringing off the hook for this young dog. He’s got that premature gray, charmer thing going on, and couldn’t be sweeter.
The annual Kiteboarding 4 Cancer (KB4C) event returns to the Hood River Waterfront July 15-17.
Hood River County Education Foundation (HRCEF) has announced that Aug. 1 is the application deadline for 12 scholarships for Hood River Valley High graduates who are sophomore, juniors or seniors continuing in two- or four-year colleges.
All calls were responded to within the County of Hood River.
Gorge Green Drinks will be at The Dwelling Station in downtown Mosier on Tuesday, July 19 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The suggested donation for the event is $5, or free for GO! members.
Rachel Moore-Beitler, LAc, has opened Five Element Acupuncture on Third Street in downtown Hood River.
Oregon Retired Teachers, Unit 20, from Hood River, Wasco and Sherman Counties, has selected Natalia Ames.
About 90 Gorge residents gathered Wednesday in front of Mosier Community School for a group photo as part of a day of consciousness about rail-borne fossil fuel transportation.
Sean Corcoran, Tim Counihan, Tina Lassen, Teresa Ocampo, Megan Saunders, Scott Skelton, Elizabeth Whelan
On Monday, City Council will add a seventh member, on appointed basis, following interviews during the 6 p.m. regular meeting at City Hall.
Traffic delays are coming on Interstate 84, and detours in downtown Hood River.
One car wound up partially atop the second in a vehicle crash Thursday at 5:57 p.m. at Belmont Drive and Country Club Road.
Columbia Tree Service crew removes a 50-foot maple next to the downtown Hood River Library Wednesday.
The Mt. Hood Town Hall will be holding its first farmers’ market on Thursday, July 14 from 4 to 7 p.m. The market will be held monthly on the second Thursday of each month through September. The facility is located on Highway 35 14 miles south of Hood River.
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