Gov. Kate Brown has ordered flags lowered to half-staff at all public institutions from sunrise to noon on Monday, May 27 in honor of Memorial Day. Flags should be raised to full-staff from noon to sunset.
Representative Greg Walden (R-Hood River) stressed the need to improve progress of nuclear waste cleanup at the Hanford Site during a hearing before the Energy and Commerce Committee this week, according to a press release from Walden’s office. Citing a Government Accountability Office (GAO…
As the CEO of a food manufacturing company based here in Hood River, I want rural Oregon’s manufacturers to succeed. I want companies like mine to be able to expand and hire more workers across the county. This legislative session, lawmakers in Salem can help local businesses achieve these g…
Gov. Kate Brown orders all flags at public institutions throughout Oregon be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Wednesday, May 15 in observance of Peace Officers Memorial Day.
This past week, the board of directors proclaimed May 6-10 as Teacher Appreciation Week, but that does not go near far enough to demonstrate what a difference teachers make in individual students’ lives and the overall trajectory of our community.
In voting on the May 21 Special Districts election in Hood River County, we recommend “yes” votes on both 14-65, termed the Public Health and Safety Five Year Local Option Levy, and 14-66, termed the Prepared Food and Beverage Tax.
Gov. Kate Brown has ordered all flags at Oregon public institutions to be flown at half-staff in honor of former Oregon Secretary of State Norma Paulus, who died on February 28. Flags should be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Saturday, April 27, the date of Secretary Paulus’ …
Gov. Kate Brown ordered all flags at Oregon public institutions to be flown at half-staff in honor of Washington state’s Cowlitz County Deputy Justin DeRosier, who died on April 14 after being shot on duty while responding to a call April 13.
Show figuresSince the county is asking for more money, I would like to see the past three years’ tax statements showing how the revenue was spent.I believe a balance sheet showing revenue and expenses should be in order.Thanks for publishing the papers.Linda Holloway Hood River
Hood River County schools would not be where we are today without a longstanding tradition of community involvement and a shared passion for high-quality educational opportunities. In a story that comes full circle, the building where our entirely volunteer school board holds most of their m…
Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum testified before the Oregon Senate Judiciary Committee on April 2 in support of stronger guns laws, specifically creating stronger regulations of untraceable “3D-printed” firearms and other “ghost guns,” said a press release. Senate Bill 978 is the leg…
Thank you for inviting me to share a little about Helping Hands Against Violence (HHAV) — what we do, how we do it, and how your support helps survivors to be safe.As most of you know, HHAV is a non-profit which supports survivors of domestic violence, sexual support and stalking through she…
At his town hall on March 15, Rep. Greg Walden cited his journalism studies as the reason he likes to deal in facts. So let’s look at some facts.
A city council is an extremely important body of local government and one that takes seriously the challenging issues facing its diverse constituency. It is that diversity that makes the city so great, but can also divide us.
Refundable tax creditsI have been surprised how recent news about people’s tax refunds often omits discussion of refundable tax credits. I shouldn’t be surprised. I didn’t know anything about them until I became a volunteer tax preparer. Like the news articles, I thought people got refunds b…
Miguel was supporting a wife and five kids in southern Oregon prior to his recent arrest by Immigration Customs and Enforcement (ICE). His youngest daughter was just learning to walk. His small business was thriving. I met with him last week at the Northern Oregon Regional Correction Center …
Last month, prior to the announced town hall in Hood River, we asked readers what they would ask U.S. Rep. Greg Walden if they were unable to attend the event. The questions dealt with a variety of concerns and ongoing issues.
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- May 21 Special Districts Election results
- MINT operations result in drug arrests
- Chamber fires executive director Mike Glover; Board announces ‘immediate leadership transition’
- County voting all but done
- Letters to the Editor, May 22 edition
- Meet the candidates: HR Port, Parks-Rec Commission
- Obituary: Charlene Stoltz
- Hood River survives districts, sends athletes to state meet
- School District appoints three elementary school vice principals
- Obituary: Roy Connely
- ‘Great Race’ coming to WAAAM
- 'Biscuitball' enlivens May Street gym
- County revenue measures defeated on the ballot
- County amends STR regulations
- United Way announces 2019 allocations
- Car club, car wash owner lift the bucket together to help local family
- HRV’s Dave Case named Regional Teacher of the Year
- Orchard spraying scheduled: OSU Extension issues cherry fruit fly emergence alert