Calling all men in the Columbia Gorge! The Next Door is looking for 30 men in 30 days who are ready to say yes to mentoring!
When Amy Gray, Mt. Hood Town Hall manager, was approached by Gail Bacon, a professional Scottish dancer, about starting a class, Gray jumped at the chance to add a new course to the town hall’s flourishing schedule.
HRVAC will hold a flu shot clinic Oct. 14 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Documents needed are now available at the front desk and can be filled out prior to receiving the immunization. There is no charge for those who have Medicare or insurance.
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“Play Smart and Grow Strong” is the motto behind Saturday’s Hood River County Children’s Fair, scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Pine Grove School.
Molly has been selected by volunteers as Adopt A Dog’s adoptable pet of the week.
For those with livestock, fall is the perfect time to prepare for the wet winter months. Most of us tend to accept mud and run-off as a part of the winter season. But the truth of the matter is you can avoid most mud problems by taking a few steps to manage the water and soil on your land. These steps will protect your animal’s health as well as your property value.
Columbia River Gorge Quilt Show returns Oct. 21 to Hood River Armory, 1590 12th St., 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Admission is $6, or $5 for Columbia Gorge Quilt Guild members.
The Mt. Hood National Forest and the Portland Chapter of the Oregon Nordic Club have partnered to restore the historic Tilly Jane A-Frame, a picturesque 1930s-era mountain retreat.
Oregon Liquor Control Commission has begun issuing recreational licenses to marijuana dispensaries, signaling the complete roll-out of the state’s retail cannabis program.
Waucoma Bookstore is celebrating its 40th anniversary on Oct. 8 at the bookstore, located at 212 Oak St., Hood River, with a book signing with local authors Joe O’Neill and Vikki Claflin.
The first Masquerade Ball for Columbia Gorge United Way, held Sept. 22, raised about $85,000 for the region’s largest social service agency, making it the most successful fall campaign kickoff fundraiser yet, according to United Way board chair Dave Scarsborough.
Conflict is normal and inevitable. But with developed mediation skills you can help yourself and others lead more manageable lives — whether at home, work or in any group or organization.
12th Street has been closed from May to State streets, limiting access to 12th and connecting streets surrounding Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital since July, but it is now open.
A group of about 20 gathered Monday at Riverside Community Church for an open house that introduced a new nonprofit immigration law office that opened in Hood River earlier this year.