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Beginning Nov. 4, CAT (Columbia Area Transit) is offering an expanded Columbia Gorge Express (CGE) InterCity Service, with eight trips per day on weekdays and six trips per day on weekends (approximately every 60-90 minutes) between Hood River and Portland’s Gateway Transit Center.

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Students at The Dalles High School, Wahtonka Community School and Hood River Valley High School are eligible to compete for $6,000 in scholarship dollars.

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Nubia Contreras of Hood River is the new Latino Liaison at Columbia Center for the Arts, a position funded in part by a grant from Oregon Community Foundation.

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Hood River’s Debbie Sanguras as Uncle Sam and Tami Arthur as Rosie the Riveter teamed up as hosts of a game show at a recent State Leadership Meeting in Grants Pass, which was highlighted military facts and based on the popular game show, “Family Feud.”

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Two events — one quiet, one noisy — brought veterans together and helped the community honor the service given to country by men and women of the armed forces.

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Oregon Association of County Engineers and Surveyors (OACES), an affiliate of Association of Oregon Counties (AOC) presented awards recognizing outstanding performance by county engineers and surveyors at its fall conference in Bend, Oct. 20-21.

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For the second year, the Columbia Gorge Orchestra Association’s Jazz Collective Big Band will share the stage with five Gorge school jazz bands as CGOA presents Jazz Rocks! on Nov. 15 and 17.

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The program provides assistance with food and children’s gifts for families in need during the Christmas holiday and benefits Hood River County families who currently meet State of Oregon low income eligibility standards.

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A group of Hood River emergency services and law enforcement officers, and a private citizen, have been given a state Medal of Valor honor for the August 2018 rescue of a Hood River man from his burning home.

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Noise complaints at the Ken Jernstedt Airfield are on the rise and, in response, the Port of Hood River is initiating an extensive public outreach campaign to help understand how the airport is being used, and what can be done to mitigate impacts on surrounding neighborhoods.

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At about 10 a.m. Friday morning, the entire staff of Curtis Homes LLC and volunteers with Columbia Gorge Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) began building a farm-style playhouse, which will be raffled off as part of a CASA fundraiser in early spring.

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The continued loss of staff at the Hood River County Sheriff’s Office, and the office’s inability to fill those vacant positions due to the county’s  ongoing financial crisis, has resulted in additional service reductions.

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All charges against a former Hood River County Parks employee accused of stealing a significant amount of money from the county have been dismissed with prejudice — a court action that prevents an identical lawsuit from being filed in the future.

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One chief petitioner and one opponent of a forthcoming charter amendment ballot measure spoke to both sides of the issue Thursday at a Hood River Rotary luncheon at the Columbia Gorge Hotel. Below are highlights of their responses.Measure 14-67 would amend the City of Hood River Charter, ask…

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thirteen speakers represented Hood River Valley High School in its first regular tournament of the competitive speech season on Saturday, Oct. 12. The team joined 16 other teams at Wilson High School in Portland for the one-day event.

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