As the first quarter wraps up at the Bingen campus of Clark College, its CADD program is taking shape and is set to evolve based on student and community needs.
“The Flash Alert system was hacked this morning and we are currently trying to uncover the source,” Hood River School superintendent Dan Goldman said Tuesday in an email.
FLL Robotics events return starting this weekend
Families and robot lovers of all ages are invited to watch the fun at the Columbia Gorge First Lego League (FLL) Tournaments in December.
You might have seen them already at the markets: Hood River Valley High School kids collecting food and cash donations for the annual holiday food drive.
Oregon State University Extension Service is holding a presentation and discussion session Dec. 6 on Bark Beetle Infestations and Tree Health in the Hood River area. The event will be from 10 a.m. to noon at the OSU Extension Service Conference Room at 2990 Experiment Station Drive, Hood River. (Turn east next to Your Party and Rental Center.)
Gorge Grown Food Network will be hosting Feeding the Gorge: Community Conversations this winter in order to provide local residents with the opportunity to share their ideas and inspirations for the local food system.
Budget issues drive Dec. 2 meeting in HR
One week after the campus closure announcement turnabout, the Columbia Gorge Community College Board of Education will hold a special meeting at the Indian Creek campus.
Hood River Cultural Trust received a $5,000 grant in November to prepare and implement a public art plan in Hood River County.
Students hold the curtain using director’s own words to close his last HRVHS show
Coffee mug in hand, with a quick check of his watch, Mark Steighner headed to the podium for one last time Saturday night.
On a beautiful Saturday morning, the Youth of Heart of Hospice YoHOH’s, both Hood River and The Dalles clubs, visited the Oregon Veterans Home/OVH in The Dalles for an early Veterans Day celebration.
Silvia Sankari, a 7th grade student at Hood River Middle School, Jennifer Alvarez, a 6th grade student at Mid-Columbia Adventist School, Nolan Ryan, a 6th grade student at Horizon Christian School, and Ashlyn Robinson, a 6th grade student at Wy’east Middle School, have all taken the first step to becoming an internationally recognized artist by winning a local competition sponsored by the Hood River Lions Club
“May Street coffee is in full swing,” reports parent Colleen Jones.
News breaks Wednesday of Indian Creek campus closure, but CGCC board chairman says campus will remain open
The local college is back from the brink.
Westside Elementary School welcomed author and poet Jacqueline West on Oct. 24. This was a free event organized and sponsored by Waucoma Bookstore and publisher Penguin books to promote the “Books of Elsewhere” series.
Hood River County School District and Horizon Christian School closed due to weather