A word of encouragement, a word of caution.
The organizer of “Eat Dessert First,” Brian Shortt, likes to say, “There is no such thing as a bad pie.”
The Sept. 18 French-themed fundraiser, Midnight in Paris, yielded about $100,000 (it will probably go higher — the money’s still being counted) in what would likely be the largest amount raised at a single event in Hood River history.
Not so sure, man
Steep hills, narrow streets, and prolific foliage help give Hood River its beauty and character.
The Gorge is in red flag watch status.
The community of Mosier celebrates 100 years this weekend.
Danger Zones, Update: Better Safety on Sherman
The park is finished, time to celebrate.
Danger Zone: Slow down on Fairview Drive
Labor Day is more than a day for barbecues and the last day of school vacation. Coming on the first Monday in September, it is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country.
Friday’s Blue-Gold night started the school year off well.
Election Filing: Monday’s the final day
What if all your hard-earned garage sale proceeds went to paying off a city fine for those signs you illegally stuck on power poles?
This is the season of the bittersweet. Minds are on the return to school, a fact favored by parents and regretted by most kids. This is the time of year when wind sports enthusiasts are still looking for a good ride, but typically see glassy water. The lack of moving air aggravates the already warm temperatures.
Flags Lowered: Firefighter Matthew Goodnature
Gentle reminder, for anyone who’s ever considered a run for local public office.
Those “Back to School” sale signs are not the only thing telling us that the school season is on its way back.
The recent musical presented by CAST, “Urinetown,” odd title aside, served as a playful, yet pointed, commentary on human resistance to sustainable practices.
We know of a major retailer that has begun soliciting residents who would like to write letters to the editor on its behalf.