Saluting our fallen can happen in many forms.
Flags Lowered: Cpl. Ben Lee Brown
The concept is a simple one:
Honoring Peace Officers
Hood River is now a year-round destination, as publications including Sunset magazine have recently noted.
The May 19 ballot covers a lot of ground for one piece of paper.
There’s a scene in the play “Good People,” on stage at CAST, in which two friends from the same South Boston neighborhood debate why one of them succeeded in life and the other didn’t — how one got “a leg up.” Hard work is one thing, but to what extent do circumstances determine how we fare later on?
The State of Oregon might look at Friday’s worrisome news on PERS as an opportunity.
Thousands of our neighbors will get a major help next month with nutrition challenges they may face, via the opening of the FISH headquarters on Tucker Road.
LP: I think it’s my favorite acronym.
This weekend is the third of three for Blossom Time, which has evolved into a multi-faceted critical mass of activities and events by groups that are vital to the Hood River community.
This is Earth Day, though plenty has happened last weekend and will happen this weekend as the greater Gorge community rallies around the need to conserve, reduce, and help the earth recover.
Last week the Hood River News did something that should not have happened: we published the name of a victim of a felony abuse crime.
How do you rebrand a fruit blossom?
Monday’s pre-town hall meeting with Sen. Jeff Merkley (story, A1) was well-attended, and as effective a half-hour gathering of a group of public officials as you could ever expect to see.
Governor Kate Brown encourages the citizens of Oregon to join communities around the nation in proclaiming April to be Child Abuse Prevention Month. April is dedicated to raising awareness of child abuse and neglect and the factors that create risk.
Overheard: “This time of year you can’t get them to do anything.” That was one high school teacher to another, Monday morning as students returned to class following Spring Break.
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