All calls were responded to within the City of Hood River.
Volunteers from the Southwest Washington Area Team, which includes Hood River County, are celebrating the record-breaking collection of 18,000 gift-filled shoeboxes as part of The Samaritan's Purse project Operation Christmas Child.
The Beaverton School District’s “FutureBus,” a mobile maker-space and design studio, visited Cascade Locks Elementary School Dec. 14. In this unique partnership, a team from Beaverton shared design-thinking and robotics curriculum as well as what they’ve learned in two years running the FutureBus, stated a press release.
Gus has been selected by volunteers as Adopt A Dog’s adoptable pet of the week. He is about 2 years old, and volunteers say he’s the sweetest little Yorkie in town!
Updated for Dec. 16 edition
Thirty-six teams of students ages 9 to 14 competed at the First Lego League (FLL) robotics tournaments on Saturday, Dec. 9 and Sunday, Dec. 10. The Dalles Middle School event welcomed teams from as far as Hermiston, Heppner, Irrigon and Ione as well as Klickitat, Stevenson, Dufur, Mosier, Centerville, Hood River and The Dalles. Eleven teams were chosen to advance to the state competition in Hillsboro in January.
As temperatures begin to drop, stress levels start to lower for seniors at Hood River Valley High School applying to college.
All calls were responded to within the County of Hood River.
A menorah is in place at Second and State streets, next to the community Christmas tree.
Wells Fargo bank branches throughout Oregon and S.W. Washington are helping out those in need by collecting donations of food and toys this month.
Makena Zorza and Janessa Castañeda, both Hood River Valley High School seniors, have been selected as the Hood River Elks Lodge November Students of the Month.
Council members to talk with county about draft letter
NORCOR’s treatment of juveniles and immigration detainees dominated Hood River City Council discussion on Monday.
A public survey about a proposed countywide sales tax got a lukewarm reception.
By NEITA CECIL, The Dalles Chronicle
Wasco County officials reversed themselves Friday and said they would be comfortable lodging youth in the local juvenile detention facility after announcing Wednesday they would send juveniles elsewhere following a critical report on the facility.
A short drive down Cascade Locks’ main drive should last for months.
- "Water Wizards" teach about water conservation
- Blasting on I84
- Governor visits Hood River during fire
- "Entwined" gets ready for cross country trip
- Community meeeting on Eagle Creek fire
- View of I84 after wildefire closure
- Hikers evacuate on Eagle Creek trail
- Hood River firefighters battle Heights blaze
- I Can't Keep Quiet singers at "Citizen Town Hall"
- Oil train car being transported by truck