May and June are the months when newborn animals are getting their start in the wild. Help them out by giving them space and leaving them alone.
Measure 14-55, which blocks large-scale bottling companies like Nestlé from tapping into county water sources, sailed through the May 17 Primary Election with 69 percent of votes.
Results are in for the May 17 Primary Election Ballot, which saw the victory of two countywide ballot measures, as well as a win for Mark Reynolds (D-Odell) as Democratic candidate in the House District 52 race to square off against Mark Johnson (R-Hood River) in November.
A new bus service, “Columbia Gorge Express,” will link Portland to Multnomah Falls and Rooster Rock State Park this summer. The first bus rolls out Friday, May 27, during Memorial Day Weekend.
It’s no secret that Hood River is a dog-friendly town — go literally anywhere and you’ll see dogs and their humans together.
On May 11, members of the Oregon Solutions Historic Columbia River Highway Collaborative signed a Declaration of Cooperation outlining goals for the project and delegating responsibilities to specific stakeholders. The collaborative seeks to improve pedestrian and vehicle safety along the Columbia River Highway and enhance visitor experiences.
The bowls don’t stay empty for long.
This week volunteers at Adopt A Dog have selected Thumper as the program’s adoptable pet of the week.
All calls were responded to within the County of Hood River.
A Kansas man who allegedly burglarized at least six homes near Parkdale was arrested Wednesday after officials spotted him during an aerial search of the surrounding forest.
U.S. Rep. Greg Walden (R-Hood River) will hold a town hall meeting Friday, May 20, at 6:30 p.m. at Marine Park Pavilion in Cascade Locks.
Regional fire and emergency management service departments came together for CPR training classes Thursday and Friday at Hood River Fire Station.
Lyme patients and advocates from across the U.S. will gather for a “We the People” rally at the U.S. Capitol on May 19.
A measure banning large scale bottled water operations in Hood River County passed with nearly 70 percent support from Hood River County voters Tuesday evening.
Most of the funding for a political action committee opposed to Hood River County Measure 14-55 came directly from Nestlé, according to campaign finance reports.