Adults and students team up to help ‘Reach 4 It’ achieve ambitious grasp
The drama begins in the lobby in “Reach4It!” the new musical at Hood River Valley High School, running the next two weekends (see page B10 for details).
Henke's haunted house takes scare tactics seriously
“Once you go upstairs, you’re done.”
Folks enjoy pumpkins, choose fruit from overflowing bins, and munch on pies throughout a sun-drenched Hood River valley autumn weekend
Large crowds of people having fun.
Exchange students are too busy to be homesick
All are European, all are accomplished English speakers, and they hail from a range of places, from small villages to a capital city.
Staff remember — and repeat — glory days
Shortly after its birth as a sideshow, Air Guitar evolved into the main event.
Work the room, Banquo.
In 2007, a year before she passed away, Friends of the Columbia Gorge Founder Nancy Russell purchased a 42-acre parcel of land east of Mosier overlooking the Gorge and donated it to the nonprofit she helped form nearly 30 years prior.
These are not ghost stories.
Roger Blashfield of Hood River, who portrays Philip Carroll in Cemetery Tales, wrote this observation about his participation in the program and what it means to him. Philip Carroll’s was a life spent partly in Hood River, and it ended here, but in researching Carroll, Blashfield found that Carroll’s reach went far beyond Hood River.
Under Friday night lights, community rallies HRVHS tradition
Fireworks and plenty else burst forth in customary style under perfect weather conditions Sept. 6 at Hood River Valley High School.
‘Ah, Baby, Those Are Such Great Shoes’
The line from Jack Johnson’s hit song fit like comfy loafers in not one but two downtown Hood River events this summer: Elena Kroll and Matthew Oldfield make “comic book shoes” as part of the teen craft program at the Hood River Library, guided by Harley Judd.
Russ Paddock remains awed by flying
Look skyward every July 4 night and, as the fireworks go off, Russ Paddock of Hood River is behind what’s aloft.
Community creates massive mural declaring Wy’east to be a ‘zona libre’
The largest mural in Hood River County faces west on the back of the historic grandstands at Wy’east Middle School — a community facility used year-round for the county fair and other events, and recreation including soccer and Ultimate Frisbee. There are actually two murals, both giving a prevention message; the main one on the west side of the grandstands and a smaller one on the east.
Quilting is an indoor activity, except when it comes to the new Bridge of the Gods Quilt Block Trail.
Drive past Hood River Middle School on a late Thursday afternoon, and you’ll see the colorful canopies and crowds that converge to make up Gorge Grown Farmers Market.