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​Hood River Distillers​, the largest and oldest importer, distiller and marketer of distilled spirits in the Northwest, last week announced the newest addition to its Oregon-made spirits portfolio — Old Delicious Double Bourbon Barreled Apple Brandy.

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The Aging in the Gorge Alliance has issued a challenge grant to support The Hood River County History Museum’s new Memory Café. During the months of February and March, donations made to the Memory Café program will be matched 1:1, up to the total of $1,500.

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The Gorge Rebuild-it Center will be open on a reduced schedule through March 1 while the store regroups after a burglary.

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Local real estate brokers, staff and owners with Windermere Columbia River Gorge supported three local charitable organizations in the Columbia River Gorge area during 2019. Through the Windermere Foundation, a total of $3,650 was given to local charities supporting low-income children and f…

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A Union Pacific train collided with and bisected a loaded tractor trailer Monday morning at the rail crossing with Herman Creek Lane at Forest Lane in east Cascade Locks.

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Rogue Farm Corps and co-sponsor BMCC Small Business Development Center hosts “Changing Hands: A Workshop on Farm Transfer and Access to Land” on Thursday, Feb. 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Blue Mt. Community College, Pendleton campus, Morrow building, rooms M7-M8.

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pFriem Family Brewers broke ground on the 20,000-square-foot facility last summer and expects to have most of the barrels from the brewery’s barrel aging program moved in within the next few months.

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The Garage, a new event-space in Bingen, will host a grand opening on Feb. 8 from noon to 4 p.m. The festivities will begin with drinks and small bites, then music, and is open to all.

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For over 50 years, Mt. Hood Meadows has been evolving, transforming and adapting for its skiing and snowboarding visitors. Dave Tragethon, vice president of sales and marketing for the ski resort, said that same ideology continues today.

Four local business and community leaders have been elected to the board of trustees of Mid-Columbia Medical Center (MCMC). Janet Hamada, Bill Ketchum, Michele Spatz and Robb Van Cleave joined the governing board of the nationally-recognized hospital, which provides a wide array of healthcar…

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The Port of Hood River is working to develop its 2020-2026 Strategic Business Plan, the primary guiding policy document for the next six years, and is seeking public input on port services, facilities, goals and objectives.

Six local students from the Lutz Music Studio, taught by Shawn Lutz, have been selected as finalists for the Honors Performance Series Honors Choir and Young Adult Honors Choir. They will be heading to New York City this week and will be under the direction of world renowned choral conductor…

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Featured business for the week Flow Yoga hosted a local business pop-up Jan. 22 for Locals Wednesday Downtown (LWD), the new weekly program of the Downtown Business Association that started this month.Owner Stephanie Adams greeted visitors and gave tours of the facility, which provides a var…

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When Sarah McDonnell, MA CCC-SLP, first launched Play Works Children’s Therapies in 2016, she provided therapy to five families. Now, four years later, her business is helping hundreds of families from throughout the Gorge and approximately 200 youth every week.

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Much of Hood River’s usually-vibrant restaurant scene was quiet this week, as businesses shut their doors for all or part of the city’s three-day Boil Water Advisory.

I3DMFG, a 3D metal printing company with corporate offices in Bend and a manufacturing facility at the Port of The Dalles continues to grow and is in the early stages of planning to expand or relocate its The Dalles plant, Greg Mercado, chief operations and quality officer in The Dalles, tol…

Mario Heredia of Columbia Cascade Housing Corporation was presented a check for $5,000 by Heather Wright, president of the Mid-Columbia Association of Realtors, at the association’s January meeting at the Best Western, Hood River Inn in Hood River.

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Corbett Fire District 14 responded to a fire Jan. 17 at Shirley’s Tippy Canoe Restaurant, 28242 E. Historic Columbia River Highway in Troutdale. 

Guests circulate in the showroom at Columbia Gorge Honda and Toyota during a “vote for The Dalles” party in support of the Small Business Revolution voting challenge. As of Monday, the city ranked second in voting, which ended after deadline for this issue, on Tuesday Jan. 21.

The Dalles community members gather at the Neon Museum downtown Tuesday morning, Jan. 14, for a televised announcement of the city's nomination as one of the "top five" cities in the running for a season with Small Business Revolution, a small business makeover show. An interview with local …

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Western Washington University senior and Underwood, Wash., native Walker Sacon started a 10-week newsroom internship with The Dalles Chronicle this week.

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Hood River Valley’s varsity swim teams swam fast against the Pendleton Buckaroos Thursday night at the Hood River Valley Aquatic Center. The girls won 116-54 while the boys came out ahead 94-72.

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