The picking ladders, in some places, are still in the trees, but the 2013 fruit harvest is mostly bin-found by now, and ready for eating.
The phrase “text first, call later” joins “Drop, Cover and Hold On” as a new Catchphrase For Readiness.
At 1,200 youth, it’s the largest program for young people in the county.
Hood River News thanks our readers for helping us observe National Newspaper Week, with this timely commentary provided by Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association.
A group of Horizon Christian School fifth-graders asked the editor last week, “How do you decide which letters to print?”
The Hall of Fame event last week, ) with its fond reminiscences on past exploits, showed how firmly engrained was the sports experience in the continuing lives of standout athletes.
Twice in two weeks Hood River school and police resources scrambled in response to unusual public safety emergencies
As footprints increase, a blueprint is in the works at the Hood River waterfront.
Our photos on pages A1 and A12 of the new 81-foot McCord Creek Bridge suggest the vibrancy of Saturday’s dedication organized by Oregon State Parks (story on page A1).
Athletes provided moments of drama in the 90-degree heat of Wednesday afternoon at the Skip Sparks-Bob Sullivan Invitational cross country meet at Hood River Valley High School.
The theme is exotic but the need is close to home.
School District patrons are the beneficiaries of the return of a good tradition: board meetings out in the communities served.
Two items are worth appending to our Aug. 30 editorial on child safety, “Fall Pace,” which mentioned the Oct. 5 Family Safety Day organized by local fire departments.
Some of the lines have been changed to protect the innocent.
Two steps forward, one step back.