Trinity Natural Medicine and Trinity Body Arts, 1808 Belmont Ave., holds a weekend-long series of grand-re-opening gatherings.
Cherry Leaf Roll virus has been found in The Dalles and Oregon State University officials want growers to stop its spread by removing infected trees this spring.
Columbia Gorge Community College is asking for public input about an on-campus student housing project in The Dalles.
New view properties rise above Oak Street as Hood River’s SMP Construction frames up the three town house duplexes between Seventh and Eighth streets.
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (ORPD) has opened the grant cycle for the 2018 Local Government Grant Program (LGGP).
The Columbia Gorge STEM Hub recently announced the recipients of the winter 2017-18 STEM Educator Microgrants.
Evelyn Charity of Hood River is the winner of the Nissan Leaf electric car, won in a drawing held at Riverside Community Church. Charity, a long-time RCC member, had her name selected on Dec. 20 from nearly 400 tickets, sold by the church to raise funds for its outreach and justice work and to promote the transition to e-cars and clean energy.
The Port of Hood River has hired a new specialist as it takes steps toward replacing the interstate bridge.
Ronelle Masters and her husband, Alejandro, have enjoyed success since celebrating the grand opening of their second Downey Sleep Center, in Hood River in May 2017.
At May Street School, crews with Kirby Nagelhout Construction are working throughout winter break to prepare new playground areas on the east side of the campus in time for resumption of school on Monday.
Hood River photographer Linda Steider awarded top prize in wildlife category
Friends of the Columbia Gorge announced Matt Meisenheimer of Janesville, Wisc., as the grand prize winner of its third annual photo contest. The submission period for the contest ended on Sept. 10, a week after the outbreak of the Eagle Creek fire.
Business Notes for Jan. 6: Housing Plan, Compass Family Medicine
Ferment Brewery is just months away from its long-standing goal of establishing a Hood River footprint.
Following a recommendation by Washington state energy regulators to deny a Columbia River oil terminal, Gov. Jay Inslee will have the last say on the project’s outcome.
In July, The Hood River-Tsuruta Sister City program marked its 40th anniversary with a dinner and program attended by visiting Tsuruta guests. A Hood River delegation traveled to Tsuruta in October.