Runners and walkers turned out in full force for this year’s Kollas-Cranmer Memorial Run on July 4, breaking not only attendance records, but also posting some of the fastest times in the history of the event, which started in the early 1970s.
By JIM DRAKE Hood River News To this day, guitarist Pat Travers can point to the one event that made him say “I want to be a guitar player.” “When I was 9 years old, I lived in northern Ontario, and I remember it was in February, the Ed Sullivan ...
Stu Watson cites poor leadership but his motion gets no second
Columbia Gorge Community College board member Stu Watson called for CGCC president Dr. Frank Toda to step down on Tuesday.
Cable park application withdrawn from Corps, for now
On May 7, the Hood River City Planning Commission reviewed a detailed staff report on the Naito Development site plan and conditional use permit application for an 88-room Hampton Inn and adjacent commercial-retail building. The project’s two buildings would be built on riverfront property near the Sandbar – on the former Nichols Boat Works industrial site.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a story about a missing hard drive and the possibility that packrats had stolen it from me. Seems like everywhere I went after that, people asked me, “Well, did you find the rat?”
Brian Aaron, Hood River attorney who is running for District Attorney, was charged on April 29 with driving under the influence.
Commission will use site plan, CUP criteria for in-water portion of Naito LLC proposal
In a four-hour marathon meeting Monday evening, the City of Hood River Planning Commission was unable to reach a decision on a site plan application submitted by Portland-based Naito Development LLC. The meeting was a combination extension of a prior public hearing and introduction of a Conditional Use Permit application, which the applicant was required to file for the proposed hotel, commercial building and parking lot development.
The History Museum
High-demand cinnamon rolls and frequent waiting lists make it hard to believe that Bette’s Place once used Bunnies and Beetles to drum up business.