The Hood River Valley High School Novice debate team of Claire Powell and Jacob Kaplan placed first in Junior Public Forum debate at the Hap Hingston Invitational Tournament held Jan. 12-13 at Pacific University in Forest Grove.
At least two wolves have been sighted in the Cascade Mountains in Wasco County, according to Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
The Port of Hood River held a work session Thursday, diving into policy options involved in replacing the Hood River-White Salmon Bridge.
Small grants that can make a large difference in ensuring arts access for rural Oregonians were awarded to 79 statewide arts organizations by the Oregon Arts Commission for 2018.
Average retail gasoline prices in Oregon have risen 2.1 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.78 per gallon Sunday, according to GasBuddy.com’s daily survey of 1,307 gas outlets in Oregon. This compares with the national average that has increased 3.5 cents per gallon in the last week to $2.52, according to gasoline price website GasBuddy.
Life hits fast for most people once high school graduation passes by, which is why Nita Bozarth, a teacher at Hood River Valley High School, provides a course for students to gain experience outside of the classroom to help in that transition from high school to adulthood.
All calls were responded to within the City of Hood River.
Breweries in Gorge members will bring varied ales to event
Dark to light is the way the season is gradually going, and it describes the offerings at the Holiday Hangover Fest on Jan. 27.
To truly have a heart of gold, you must put others above yourself. For its 2018 Hearts of Gold celebration, the Providence Hood River Foundation will honor two community members whose golden hearts shine brightly.
Nayeli Cornejo, a student at Hood River Valley High School, is being featured next week as part of a statewide public education support campaign known as “The Promise of Oregon.”
Responders will receive thanks from the Cascade Locks community Jan. 28 at a public “Gorge Heroes Awards” event at Bridgeside Restaurant.
In late 2017, Hood River County first responders received a unique expression of gratitude from Wy’east Middle School students and Parkhurst House Assisted Living.
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden has introduced a bill that would create a grant program for repairing and replacing outdated bridges.
For Katie Roof and her son, Milo, 7, community service is a tangible, everyday affair.
Replacing Kingsley Campground after a planned flood will take grant support.