LEOS continue to collect those bottles and cans that have a five cent refund value in the Rosauers parking lot the first Saturday of each month from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The student service group receives about 10,000 donated water, pop and beer containers per month — that’s $500 when they get the nickel refund for each bottle and can — but they would appreciate more.
Rep. Mark Johnson, Brad Lorang enter runnings
With a bevy of local leadership roles on the table, more filings are trickling in by the week for the May 17 primary ballot.
The Henderson paddlewheel has seen better days, but the Museum has banded together for repair work.
Part rally, part seminar, part testimony on climate change, and part concert, the Martin Luther King Day events drew hundreds of people to Riverside Community Church Monday.
The hosting Hood River Valley High School robotics teams dominated the on-field play and the awards section of Saturday’s League First Technology competition.
No formal action has yet been taken, but it looks like parking meter fees will rise to $1 per hour, from 75 cents, as early as this summer.
Olivia Newcomb and Michael Guzman, both Hood River Valley High School seniors, have been selected as the latest Elks Students of the Month.
County, Dec. 2015
All calls were responded to within the City of Hood River.
Thunder Island Brewing Co. is looking to set anchor on WaNaPa Street.
Retired energy consultant issues call to reverse climate trend for agriculture
When Mark Cherniak, a retired energy consultant living in Mosier, spoke about climate change on Thursday, the message was stark: It’s not going to get better; it’s only going to get worse. And we can’t afford to wait any longer to reverse the trend.
Ella VanCott, Mason Leavitt, Sofie Larsen Teskey and Katelyn McAllister took top honors Jan. 8-9 as the Hood River Valley Speech and Debate Team attended the Hap Hingston Invitational at Pacific University, the team’s first two-day tournament of the year.
Here are two ways to observe the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., whose birthday is observed Monday as a federal holiday; schools, government offices and banks will be closed.
UPDATE, JAN. 14 AT 4 P.M.: The Hood River Police Department reports that Lawrence ("Larry") Tolbert has been located safe in Klamath Falls.
Advance tickets cost $15 for seven hours on the slopes
“Ski your heart out for a good cause” as Hood River Rotary hosts the annual Rotary Ski Night at Mt. Hood Meadows, on the Martin Luther King holiday, Monday, Jan.18, from 2-9 p.m.