Incumbent slams Obama, Clinton, and media, but backs Trump, despite GOP nominee’s faults
U.S. Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., is highly concerned about the precedent being set by President Barack Obama with a continuing “overreach” of authority that threatens the separation of powers in the U.S. Constitution.
Ballots expected to arrive in mail today
Gorge Ecumenical Ministries (GEM), hosts a forum for Oregon candidates on Oct. 24, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Riverside Community Church, Fourth and State streets, Hood River.
Hood River County Board of Commissioners heard another round of impassioned testimony as they drew closer to adopting a set of rules for marijuana businesses outside city limits.
Retired Ashland attorney lists campaign finance reform as his top goal
Retired attorney Jim Crary, a Democrat from Ashland, is running to unseat longtime U.S. Rep. Greg Walden from Oregon’s Second Congressional District.
Backers of a hotel add-on at DeeTour, a proposed concert venue in the upper valley, have challenged Planning Commission’s decision to deny the project.
Mark Reynolds and Mark Johnson discuss their views for candidacy.
An estimated 14,000 ballots – a county record – go out Wednesday, meaning they will arrive in homes in the next few days, at the same time as the new quarterly property tax statements from Hood River County
Gorge Ecumenical Ministries (GEM), an interfaith organization composed of representatives from area faith communities and churches, invites community members to attend voter forums in White Salmon and Hood River this month for political candidates.
All four candidates for three open positions on Hood River City Council spent the morning together Oct. 8 at Saturday Market greeting voters.
Hood River County Administrator Jeff Hecksel has begun to settle into the county’s top post.
Rep. Mark Johnson (R-Hood River) has gathered more campaign funds than his competitor, Odell Democrat Mark Reynolds, in the hotly contested Oregon House District 52 race.
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Columbia River tribal members dressed in traditional regalia came to the Oregon State Capitol on Wednesday to protest persistent attempts to bring a Nestlé water bottling plant to Hood River County, where voters rejected the plan in a ballot measure in May.
Hood River City Council meets Monday at 6 p.m. and will hold a hearing on proposed additions to Title 5 of the Municipal Code, which sets down licensing, fee and registration requirements for operating short-term rental properties in the city.
Hood River County Board of Commissioners on Monday tagged the end of their deliberations on rules for short term rentals outside of city limits.
‘We know we dodged a bullet,’ Mosier mayor says during five-hour session in The Dalles
Perhaps just two or three years ago, Union Pacific Railroad’s plan to add roughly four miles of new track in the Columbia River Gorge near Mosier probably would not have sparked much of a fuss. But times have changed.