This week volunteers at Adopt A Dog have selected Haley as the program’s adoptable pet of the week:
Hard work in the past, more hard work in the future.
Foster parents don’t need to be perfect.
Search and rescue missions throughout the Columbia River Gorge and Mount Hood are getting swifter and stronger this summer, thanks to a new program that unites police, fire and emergency crews in a tighter collective response.
Eight photos have been selected as winners of the Columbia Gorge Parenting Education Awareness photo contest.
Kaze is back.
Small business center hosts event; AOK Home Watch offers services
Three athletes represented Hood River at the world championship CrossFit Games and recently returned from the competition not only in one piece (mostly), but with honors as well.
Council meets Monday at 6 p.m. at City Hall in a special meeting, for continuation of the hearing started Aug. 10.
“The essence that animates a good beer – the way you recognize when a brewer has combined the elements perfectly – is known as ‘balance’,” Jeff Alworth writes in the “building blocks of beer” segment of his new book “The Beer Bible.”
Some might go into the woods to live deliberately, but in the case of five Hood River County teens, their time in the forest this summer has been hard work.
John Maher and Thad Perry, longtime drivers with Columbia Area Transit (CAT), have a message they really want to get out to the community: CAT is a public transportation service that anyone can use.
Big Winds’ Junior Elite Stand Up Paddling (SUP) Team held its fourth annual SUP clinic for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Columbia Gorge on Aug. 1 at the newly re-vamped Nichols Basin.
Mother’s Market on Highway 35 invites the community to gather up their favorite recipes and plan for the store’s first “plant based potluck” on Aug. 30.
County, July 2015