Concern for community grows from two different, yet connected, creative projects
“We’re learning a bunch of cool stuff about art and I’m also happy we helped our community.”
The Mid-Columbia Lions Follies will present “Follies in the Ozarks” as its 39th annual show. Dates are April 10, 11, 17 and 18 starting at 7:30 p.m. A matinee performance will be on Sunday, April 12 at 2 p.m. All performances are at the historic Hood River Middle School Auditorium.
Summer camps have something special about them. Many of us have memories of summer camp and you can help create memories for the next generation.
Exhibit tells the painful post-war aspect of WWII incarcerations and the Hood River valley
The “What if Heroes Were Not Welcome Home?” exhibit has returned to the Gorge.
What do the building that houses Shortt Supply, Reed College, Cats, the corner of 9th and State Street, and Eliot Drive all have in common?
Monday morning, Hood River’s Sister City guests from Tsuruta, Japan, said their goodbyes to their host families and members of the Hood River-Tsuruta Sister City Board at HRVHS.
Plenty to do — with your buds
Spring break — March 23 to 27 — is right around the corner for Hood River County School District, Horizon Christian, Mid-Columbia Adventist Christian School and Columbia Gorge Community College students.
Friends of the Columbia Gorge is launching the “35 & Gorgeous” hike challenge this month.
Port of Hood River started extensive trail work last week between the Hood River footbridge and Button Bridge Road.
Bidders mingled among books at Saturday’s successful Feast of Words fundraiser for Hood River County Library.
“The Girl Who Lived with the Bears,” a play calling on diverse contributions, brings a lively lesson about the value of treasuring diversity.
HR Acupuncturist gets as much as she gives in trip to Myanmar
Passport — check.
In C. America, Muellers bring support, and witness the ample ‘love, hope and joy’ in faces of children
As we touched down on the wet runway on that early spring day of 2014, I was reminded once again why my wife Lynda and I just landed in Guatemala City, the largest city in all of Central America.
My mother and I hopped off the plane in New Delhi, India, and were submerged into a new world. The sun beat down on our skin at 110 degrees and our ears filled with sounds of cars honking and loud voices speaking a language we didn’t know. It was only a tad different from Hood River. A slight breeze in India feels like a miracle, whereas a breeze in Oregon is a reason to bundle up more.
Travelogue Part Three: Global Health Outreach, in India Brauers provide varied health care and instruction
On the high plains of inner Mongolia,
On a chilly morning last October, I awakened with a start, hardly realizing where I was.