A new citizen group has formed to oppose the proposed City of Hood River’s Westside Concept Plan.
Hood River faces temperatures around 98 degrees Saturday, with no tailing cooldown — Sunday may rear up as a scorcher in the triple digits.
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) will make repairs starting Monday to the culvert under OR 281 (12th Street), which has become damaged over time. This culvert carries Indian Creek below the highway.
Two Hood River Valley High School students will attend the Chinese Bridge Summer Camp.
Vintage bridal gowns are now on display at the History Museum of Hood River County, in a exhibition titled “Bridal Gowns of the Past.”
News editor Kirby Neumann-Rea recalls his response to a street race proposition and tackles curb issues.
Revisions to the Art of Community walking tour (aka Big Art) gallery, now in its third-year, are complete.
Letters to the Editor for June 24
While countless campaigns urge distracted motorists to “hang up and drive,” a new poll from Public Employees Mutual Insurance Company (PEMCO) Insurance shows smartphone wielding pedestrians pose an increasing threat on streets and sidewalks, and a majority of Northwest drivers aren’t happy about it.
Crews have launched an overhaul of three historic bridges on the Columbia River Historic Highway west of Mosier. Road work began this week, and the endeavor will press on into fall.
Shoreline Trail got special attention this month, with new paving and safety improvements.
Three Gorge mayors invite everyone to Bingen Theater for the annual Independence Eve Celebration.
For 30-plus years, One Community Health (OCH) has made a commitment to provide health education and services to migrant farmworkers who harvest fruit throughout the Columbia River Gorge each summer.
Hood River Valley High School has found plenty of success with its sports teams over the years, particularly in the last few, racking up multiple state titles.
Effective with the 2017-18 high school basketball season, play will be stopped and an official warning will be given to the head coach — and recorded in the scorebook — for misconduct by the coach or other bench personnel unless the offense is judged to be major, in which case a technical foul shall be assessed.
Monday morning, Kyle Beam woke up and reported to his first day of work at Beam Excavating and A-1 Septic Tank Service. By the end of the day, Beam had a new job: professional baseball player.
Confused local; Not ‘clever’; more
Even though most of the headlines about the 2017 legislative session have been dominated by the budget discussion, I’m very proud to highlight a piece of policy work that I’ve been actively involved with over the last few months. This legislation will have lasting benefits for Oregon students and once again establish Oregon as an example of increasing access and affordability to higher education.
A man and woman from Cascade Locks were flown to a Portland hospital Saturday evening for treatment of stab wounds after the two had been fighting at their home, officials said.
By NEITA CECIL, The Dalles Chronicle
Jason M. Degeus, 25, of The Dalles, died early Sunday when his vehicle crashed and caught fire on Interstate 84 eastbound, at milepost 73.