Columbia Gorge Community College board members last week formally opposed efforts by the White House to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, joining a national effort by the American Association of Community Colleges to encourage federal legislation allowing DACA recipients to pursue higher education in the United States, according to a college press release.
The quest for the next president of Columbia Gorge Community College entered a key phase this week with selection of a 17-member search committee by college board members Tuesday evening.
Words, stories, reading, and literature are the focus at the Columbia Center for the Arts’ Hood River Words Fair coming Oct. 20-22.
Three Hood River Valley High School art students received a first-time honor last school year that took them all the way to New York City.
Eva Jones, president of the Hood River Valley High School Girl Up, addresses Columbia Gorge Women’s Action Network members at a recent meeting to talk about the program.
The 2017 Fall Energy Symposium happens at Best Western Plus Hood River Inn Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 16-17.
The water system at Hood River Middle School has been turned off since Thursday morning after water described as smelly, yellowish, and cloudy emerged from drinking fountains and faucets. It was the result of an installation error that allowed a chemical solution used in the school’s new boiler to enter the potable water system, according to Principal Brent Emmons.
On Saturday, Oct. 7 the HRVHS Speech and Debate Team hosted an invitational novice competition.
Photos from HRVHS' air guitar Oct. 12
Matthew Frost and Kiki Hosaka, both Hood River Valley High School seniors, have been selected as the Hood River Elks Lodge September Students of the Month.
Columbia Gorge Community College/Small Business Development Center is offering an “Increasing Your Bottom Line” workshop at the CGCC Hood River Indian Creek Campus on Friday, Oct. 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Cost is $20 per business.
Forums set this week
What leadership qualities should the next president of Columbia Gorge Community College possess in order to reflect the needs of our region?
Homecoming week, the second week in October, is rapidly approaching, and freshmen through seniors are preparing for the festivities.
To increase communication with the public and to provide for greater citizen involvement, the Hood River County School District Board of Directors established the Finance Advisory Committee in the summer of 2013.
Roberto Mendoza Pérez will give a talk entitled, “Que Pasa: Understanding U.S.-Mexico Relations,” on Oct. 8 from 7-8 p.m. at Bethel Congregational UCC (United Church of Christ) in White Salmon.