Talk about an intriguing rollout.
Round one is over.
No matter the time or place, a shooting in a school or other public place is an event that touches us all.
Graduation’s past, school’s about to let out, what’s next?
Several versions of a video to Pharrell’s hit song, “Happy,” helped define the 2013-14 school year at Hood River Valley High School.
There’s a big event this weekend that’s all downhill — in a good way.
We all know what to do.
The observance before us on Monday is many things to many people: a day off, a break from school, a point on the calendar. For many more, it is a solemn day of dedication.
May is Oregon Wildfire Awareness Month and each week will be dedicated to a different topic. This week is focused on creating defensible space around your home.
An important community effort is need of more help from the community.
By now, thanks to social media, the world has heard about the Nigerian girls who were kidnapped from their boarding school by a fundamentalist group whose name roughly translates into “Western education is a sin.”
Readers often ask, “How do you decide which letters to print?”
Ballots for the May 20 primary election should be in all our hands, and the same is said for what happens next.
Two Oregon lights, known for loud clothing and exquisite teamwork, went out in the past week.
In Hood River County most of us are well aware of the positive contributions that the alcohol industry brings to our community. It is one of the county’s largest employers, a significant contributor to many of our nonprofits and an industry that brings thousands of tourists and millions of dollars to the community each year. It is a beverage that brings enjoyment and physical health benefits to many adults.
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