It has been a hectic month...We traveled to Salem on Feb. 1 to help celebrate Minoru Yasui Day at the opening session of the Oregon State Legislature.
UPDATED: There's still time to register to vote. April 26 will be the last day to register to vote for the May 17, 2016 Primary Election.
City Council Monday heard from local and state agency representatives on alcohol concerns and took a “symbolic” statement on gun control.
Hood River City and County have penned support for an inclusionary zoning Senate bill, which targets affordable housing development.
Board meets tonight to decide on 20-year, $57 million proposal
School improvements take center stage in tonight’s Hood River County School District Board of Directors meeting.
The Barrel Springs subdivision issue caught the attention of City Council Monday, along with alcohol concerns and a “symbolic” statement on gun control.
Voters will have a choice on May 17 in the Hood River County Commission Position 2 race.
With Oregon House District 52 on the table, three hopefuls have entered the race.
Parking downtown will put visitors back an extra quarter. Hood River City Council on Monday approved a rate increase from 75 cents to $1 per hour for downtown street parking meters.
Hood River City Council touched base Monday with staff and the public on a schedule for “landmarks” on proposed short-term rental (STR) rules.
Advocacy group ‘Livable Hood River’ to present at Council Monday
Housing is fixing to be the dominant topic at Monday’s City Council meeting.
County to decide on cell structure rules in February
Cell towers have come back before Hood River County — now instead of looking at specific applications, county leaders aim to set up baseline rules for their placement and character.
Rep. Mark Johnson, Brad Lorang enter runnings
With a bevy of local leadership roles on the table, more filings are trickling in by the week for the May 17 primary ballot.
No formal action has yet been taken, but it looks like parking meter fees will rise to $1 per hour, from 75 cents, as early as this summer.
Proposal draws fire from City, local groups at hearing
Controversy over oil trains in the Gorge has ramped up as three Hood River City Councilors and numerous local environmental groups speak out against a proposed Tesoro-Savage terminal in Vancouver.
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