About 60 people attended the open house Nov. 17 for the Westside Area Concept Plan, conducted by the City of Hood River, at Hood River Fire Station.
Outstanding quality standards have earned Best Western Plus Hood River Inn the Best Western Chairman award, the hotel chain’s highest honor.
The Oregon Association of Nurseries is honoring Rep. Mark Johnson of Odell (District 52) and four other Oregon legislators as “Friends of Nurseries” for 2016. The five earned the recognition for working with the nursery industry to solve issues of concern.
County to settle STR, marijuana rules
The destiny of DeeTour hotel, an add-on to a proposed concert venue at Dee Highway and Lost Lake Road, remains to be seen.
Gift Guide is filled with ideas -- here's where to start
The holidays are a time for friends and families to gather together and celebrate. Some people revel in the opportunity to invite people over for a fun, festive event.
The Hood River Warming Shelter remains in transition, with a one-week delay for opening.
With the holiday shopping and giving season just around the corner, Gorge Owned launched its seventh annual GO! Local campaign on Friday, Nov. 11 to encourage residents to shop and donate locally.
The Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) recently released the 2016 Giving in Oregon Report. The report found that Oregon nonprofits received $2.1 billion in donations in 2014, up from $1.76 billion in 2013.
First Book is a national nonprofit organization (501c) with a simple mission: to provide new books to children and youth in need, addressing one of the most important factors affecting literacy — access to books. Team First Book/Hood River is part of the national literacy effort and has been awarding book grants since 2000.
Hood River Holidays — that time of year when downtown is transformed into a festive wonderland of twinkle lights and holiday cheer — kicks off on Friday, Dec. 2.
For youngsters, the fact that there is no school all week, along with a big Thanksgiving dinner, and the prospect of snow on the mountains (be optimistic!) are enjoyable enough aspects to the last week of Thanksgiving.
The Hood River Library will host its eighth Death Café on Wednesday, Nov. 30 at 6:30 p.m. in the Hood River Library Reading Room.
Santa is comin’ to town.
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