Elected leaders in Cascade Locks are still considering the legal ramifications of a water exchange needed to bring a Nestlé bottling plant to town, according to budget plans.
Summer in the Gorge is like nowhere else: The Mid-Columbia’s wealth of indoor and outdoor happenings amounts to a long list of events, attractions and activities needing a good three months to exhaust. Wonder how to go about that?
Columbia Fellowship for Peace Susanna Blake Gabay Peace Scholarship was awarded to Deylan Guidel and Morgan Totten, Hood River Valley High School Class of 2017, on May 25 at the school’s scholarship night.
The Oregon Community Foundation announced on Monday $8.7 million in grants awarded to organizations around the state, including important grants in Hood River:
Columbia Gorge Peace Village hosts a 10th anniversary fundraiser at Kickstand Kitchen on June 14 at 5 p.m., sponsored by Don and Bonnie Benton and Little Shredders Dental.
In cooperation and partnership with the Hood River Crag Rats Mountain Rescue Organization, the Hood River Ranger District will once again host free interpretive tours of historic Cloud Cap Inn.
While most consumers don’t associate USA Pears with this time of year, U.S. Anjou, Red Anjou and Bosc pears are still widely available and are great eating right now. Unlike fruits that ripen on the tree, these varieties of pears only ripen after several months rest in cold storage. To encourage consumers to keep buying pears, Pear Bureau Northwest is launching the second annual #HowdoyouAnjou? social media contest.
The volunteers at Hood River Adopt A Dog have chosen Panda as this week’s adoptable pet.
Fresh Start Culinary Arts Program will serve its last breakfast before summer break on June 10.
The Columbia Gorge Pregnancy Resource Centers (PRC) have new hours beginning in June.
Visiting Hood River?
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is accepting applications for Open Recruitment of retail liquor locations for Central and Northeast Oregon.
Hood River Hotel hosts a unique new art exhibit featuring clients of Opportunity Connections.
The next Gorge Owned Green Drinks happens June 13 from 5:30-7 p.m. at Big Winds in in Hood River.
Columbia Center for the Arts has introduced a new program to help bring the performing arts to a wider audience.