ODELL — Reyna Gomez-Larios and Belialdo Galvez have always worked in the field. In Mexico, they owned a ranch where they planted 50 acres of maize. They even tried planting rice one year. When they came to the United States in January of 1999, they started working in the orchards.
Once upon a time, like at last year’s Hood River County Fair, I dreamed that someday I would have unlimited time to actually look at the exhibits instead of just following my kids around and watching them ride roller coasters in varying degrees of scariness (not for them, but for me).
As you walk into Noelle Newton’s art shop, Kids in the Hood, you are greeted by the sight of a wardrobe full of tutus.
HRV grad helps with economic analysis, and prepares to study in Denmark
Port of Hood River intern Alison Danko will leave her mark on an economic impact study happening here in Hood River.
One morning, Colby Richards woke up and panicked because he wanted to do something with his life and still hadn’t. His thoughts led to an idea for a food truck.