Citizens concerned with housing issues filled every chair, including 30 or so in the hallway, Monday in one of the most heavily-attended Hood River City Council meetings in memory.
Two Hood River teens set out this summer with a goal — to knock out their Eagle Scout projects, lend their community a hand, and earn that high-flying rank.
When Ken Tamura was diagnosed with an inoperable cancerous liver tumor his thoughts turned immediately to protecting his family and how he could perhaps continue to serve his community even after he left life behind.
‘Reach and Treat’ system responding
Back country rescues are part of life in the Columbia River Gorge and Mt. Hood region, regardless of the time of year.
Campers from around the Gorge came to the eighth annual Columbia Gorge Peace Village this week to participate in what has become a summer traditional at Mosier Community School.
Thus ends the publication of Fair results for 2015. Our thanks to Clara Rice, Hood River County Fair manager, and department managers, and Debbie McDonald of OSU Extension Service, along with Abby Walker for typesetting.
The 2015 Columbia Gorge CASA Play House Raffle is underway and will be available to view at First Friday in Hood River on August 7.
Join Gorge Owned (GO!) for Green Drinks Aug. 19, 5:30-7 p.m. at Mount Hood Gardens, Inc., 1570 Orchard Road, an award winning garden and landscape company, and learn about how they have been beautifying, designing and installing parks and private gardens in the Columbia River Gorge for almost 30 years.
Oregon Farm Bureau invites the public to submit photos for its 2016 Oregon’s Bounty calendar through September 15.
All calls were responded to within the County of Hood River.
July 2015 – City
Monday brings the public’s chance to let Hood River elected officials know their views on proposed city government strategies on affordable housing.
Third medical marijuana dispensary opens downtown
Just months before early recreational marijuana sales germinate across Oregon, a third medical marijuana dispensary comes to Hood River.
Bob Dill, of Mosier, likes to build.
Following an intensive three-day bail hearing, a judge set Eagle Creek murder suspect Stephen Nichols’ cash bail at $200,000 Wednesday morning.