Letters to the editor, or “Our Readers Write,” is an essential part of the community forum, and the Hood River News welcomes them.
Hood River News and The Dalles Chronicle have joined forces for “Gorge Giving,” a new publication that is inserted in this edition.
Christmas is just around the corner: one of those corners the needy among us will have to be cutting.
This will be a big travel weekend.
Oregon Arts Commission‘s “Access to Arts” report, issued Thursday, shows that four counties — Hood River, Morrow, Sherman and Wheeler — have 100 percent access rates.
Hood River port officials held a wide-ranging conversation about bridges and highways Saturday morning with U.S. Rep Greg Walden.
What’s a little fog among friends?
Just three shows left for “Reach 4 It.”
With 400 World War II veterans dying every day in the U.S., this poem, passed along by friends, serves as a poignant reminder of the reason we celebrate Veterans Day (formerly called Remembrance Day).
Should Thanksgiving wear a costume this year, may it be Frosty the Snowman.
Letters are a focal point of any newspaper.
A long list of helpful ideas for Halloween safety awaits readers at the bottom of this page.
Oregon State Police, county and local law enforcement agencies and the Oregon Department of Transportation have a message for Halloween night travelers: Be alert while driving and keep the Halloween party off the roads.
A certain place on Alameda Road will have the attention of firefighters this week.
The question was irresistible to the kindergartners.