One of the community’s best resources for planning spring and summer events is the new catalog, hot off the press, from Hood River Community Education.
Change is inevitable; Not fair; Why wait?
Readers often ask, “How do you decide which letters to print?”
Mistrust of the medical community and perceived discrimination by health care providers can affect how satisfied young adult Latinos in rural Oregon are with their health care, new research from Oregon State University shows.
Rumor rumor; True locals; 'Restoration;' more
Word that snowpack levels in the Pacific Northwest mountains have returned to near-normal levels is encouraging, indeed.
Touché; Help Leos help robotics; Support Johnson
Hood River Mayor Arthur Babitz spoke Monday of the “societal debate” that is likely to come from any future discussion of marijuana dispensary registration that comes before City Council.
Among my circle of basketball-loving family and friends I am known for my relentless rant in which I call for a major change in the game’s 10-foot rule: As players 18 years and older are so much taller and more talented than their 1891 equivalents, I think the basket should be raised to 11 feet: no more 10-foot rule.
The question of whether Hood River County should impose a moratorium on the opening of legal medical marijuana dispensaries is coming before the County Commissioners on April 21.
March Madness is one of my favorite times of year:
Nice job at museum; Need safety for peds; Change in leadership; more
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Hood River is world-renowned as a recreation destination. We have tourists coming to our town from across the country and around the world — it is a unique and special place. Recreation is a significant component of Hood River’s economic makeup, and not just for people who make it part of their business like I do.
Controlled by the state; Listen and learn; Recycle and help others; more