A group of Hood River County residents spent the weekend of July 10-12 helping a neighbor in need.
I’m not going to lie — cows freak me out.
Lynn and Dollie Rasmussen are selling Rasmussen’s Farms, but the public will have one last opportunity to see the well-known Pine Grove landmark.
Construction workers rescue house swallows
What should have been a basic building residing job turned into a rescue mission earlier this week.
Connie Potter, left, of Beaverton, and sister Glenda Holland, of Lebanon, are greeted by Ronald McDonald at the grand re-opening of the Marina Drive McDonald’s Wednesday.
Faith Ocheskey, 13, models the dress she made using her brother Stanley’s Hood River Valley High School cap and gown at Wednesday’s 4-H Style Review at the Hood River County Fair.
As a child, Diana Blackmon would often hear she saved the best for last, and that’s how she feels about her practice, Reflexology Hood River, located on Sherman Avenue.
Gretchen Jordan, Coordinator of Volunteers, Oregon Long Term Care Ombudsman, has an opportunity that hasn’t been seen before in Hood River or Wasco counties: A volunteer training to be held in The Dalles Aug. 12-13, Aug. 26-27 and Sept. 10, at a location to be announced.
The Hood River Art Club — started in 1949 by a group of local artists — is celebrating its 66th anniversary with an art show July 10-18 at the History Museum of Hood River County.
Late Tuesday evening. Or maybe it’s Wednesday now, because it’s 1:45 a.m. It’s hot. Well, of course it’s hot. We’ve got the windows open in our bedroom, and I’m awake because something as of yet unidentified has woken me up.