Sometimes the lowest points need our highest vision.
Early summer has been a tragic time on local highways.
A real good time in real time.
“Beautiful Bounty” is a parade theme that well-describes the event itself.
Do you think Sunday’s thunder storm was loud?
Have fun in the sun — and the water — but stay safe
Here are some tips from American Red Cross and National Weather Service for how to beat the heat:
Public agencies must take the lead in conserving precious resource
Word came from a reader this week about some sidewalk watering by a public agency.
Today’s compendium of summer events points to matters of both caution and celebration.
On Sunday I found myself crossing a busy street in Cannon Beach, though I was stopped short of a rash and dangerous act.
The Gray Family Foundation recently commissioned a comprehensive analysis of the economic impacts of traditional camp-based outdoor school programs.
The community’s baseball excitement having died down only slightly, let us add our heartfelt congratulations to the Hood River Valley High School baseball team for its impressive championship in 5A.
Beat the heat — don’t let it beat you, or your children or pets.
My first foray into community theater happened nearly nine years ago when I was asked to be in a production of “Our Town” in which community members were cast in the roles matching their real-life jobs.
Congratulations, Class of 2015, as you prepare to step forth and accept your diplomas.
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