The Oregon Swimming Speedo Long Course Championships were another great meet for the Hood River Valley Swim Team Osprey. The women placed ninth out of 44 teams in the team division with personal best times by all swimmers, and with team records set by two individuals and by three relay teams.
Gorge residents grace the podium in multiple categories in annual freestyle kiteboarding event
Though there weren’t any new events to specifically commemorate its 15th running, this year’s Bridge of the Gods Kite Fest still had plenty of highlights.
The Hood River Senior Federal 14U baseball team concluded its fantastic season by winning the Oregon State Junior Baseball Organization Tournament this past week.
Wild Woman Trail Run results; Tennis camps starting soon
Local wrestlers return from Cadet/Junior National Wrestling Championships with a wealth of experience
All roads lead to The Fargodome in Fargo, N.D., as state teams from across the country travel to the site of the Cadet/Junior National Wresting Championships. The Oregon Women’s National Team consisted of eleven girls from all around the state of Oregon.
The Columbia Gorge Windsurfing Association’s Gorge Cup race series will have its second-to-last race of the season this weekend in Hood River and will wrap up in less than three weeks.
Runs, hikes, music, and educational events in store for resort’s second summer season
Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort usually asks its patrons to “pray for snow,” but for the month of August, “pray for sun,” would be probably be a better request.
A summer series with Greg Stiegel
With one week left in July, we have had an action-packed summer. Warm weather and west winds all spring have made summer feel eternal — no complaints here! The waterfront has been abuzz with fun, community-oriented events that do a great job of celebrating the beautiful place and people we have here in the Gorge.
Big-air kiteboarding competition has biggest year yet despite reluctant winds
The winds may have taken their sweet time getting to Rufus this weekend for the annual Hood River Huckfest competition, but for both participants and spectators, it was worth the wait.
In the wake of continued above-average high temperatures, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has instituted new fishing regulations to help mitigate the stress on salmon and other fish that has been caused by the heat and low water levels.
Indian Creek Men’s Golf Association offers congratulations to Jake Morgan, the 2015 ICMGA Club Champion. Jake continued his outstanding play on the third day of competition with a 70-stroke game and finished with a three-day total of 212, four strokes under par.
14U baseball team headed to state tourney; Youth football camp coming up; more
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Fort Dalles Days Pro Rodeo kicked off with the opening round of events that included Hood River cowgirls Crystal Beam and her daughter, Josee, on Wednesday at Milt Tumilson Arena in The Dalles.
Huge turnouts and fundraising efforts make 9th annual event a success
The dark clouds that gathered Saturday morning failed to dampen the spirits of those who gathered at the Hood River Waterfront to watch the 9th Annual Kiteboarding 4 Cancer kite derby get underway.
Fish and wildlife agencies encourage anglers to focus on warm-water fish
Cooler weather finally returned to the Gorge this past weekend, ending a two-week period where the mercury refused to dip below 90 degrees and on more than one occasion, soared into the triple digits.
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