The Hood River County Museum is once again without an executive — the museum director was terminated the Friday before last.
Runners from Oregon tribal advocacy groups trekked from as far as Eugene to Cascade Locks over the weekend in protest of Nestlé’s proposed bottling plant.
WAAAM hosts annual antique vehicle display; look for a cruise through town this Friday night
Come on out July 11 to the Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum to enjoy all sorts of cars, motorcycles, trucks, and more 30 years old or older.
‘For Fish and Farms’
Interested in an easy way to use less water this summer? Consider not watering your lawn.
The FID Board of Directors unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday declaring an emergency authorizing the district to implement water rotation procedures to address drought conditions.
What are large users of water around the county doing to reduce? We called public agencies, and some private, Wednesday and Thursday to find out:
ODOT CREWS take down a traffic sign at the intersection of Highways 35 and 30, in front of China Gorge restaurant.
Here is the full list of recipients of certificates of appreciation from the Hood River County Prevention Program last month:
Sam Grotte of White Salmon enjoys taking scenic photos and his close-ups of hummingbirds are true micro-examinations of the world around us.
Oregon law allows recreational growth, possession; Hood River dispensaries, police prep for changes
A historic Oregon pot law that passed last November bloomed today — Oregon joins Washington, Colorado and Alaska as the fourth U.S. state that allows recreational marijuana.
The second annual Solog Festival will return to Parkdale on an August date to be announced, said brewer Jason Kahler of one of two breweries involved in the collabora-fest, Solera Brewery of Parkdale and Logsdon Farmhouse Ales of Hood River. Watch The Ale List for details.
A new park for the south part of Hood River took one step closer to reality last week.
This week volunteers at Adopt A Dog have selected Joonie as the program’s adoptable pet of the week:
More than 120 people filled the Cascade Locks City Hall gym Thursday to discuss Nestlé’s proposed bottling plant. Tension mounted as those in favor and opposed raised their voices with comments and questions.
The following is now legal under Oregon law: