“I was at a Friends of the Library meeting,” says Laurel DeTar, “and they asked for a volunteer to decorate the lobby. I’d just taken a flower arranging class at Lucy’s Informal Flowers and thought I’d like to try out my new skills.”
Artisan ciders will be the main attraction at Hood River Chamber of Commerce’s first Hard-Pressed Cider Fest on Saturday, April 12.
Hood River County Forestry issued the following advisory this week:
ODELL — Three vehicles were broken into at the employee parking lot at Diamond Fruit Odell plant, on AGA Road.
Channel 4 News Team — Russel Grim, Will Lamer, Charles Sutherland and Myles Cameron — advanced to Super Regionals in California with its performance last weekend at the Oregon First Technology Challenge competition at Benson Tech High School in Portland.
EPHRATA, Wash. (AP) — A crack in a spillway pier at the Wanapum Dam on the Columbia River is a serious situation, but not a threat of downstream flooding even in a worst-case scenario, a spokesman for the Grant County Public Utility District said.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Magma 2 to 3 miles beneath Oregon’s highest peak is nearly solid stuff, sort of like peanut butter kept in a refrigerator, that’s not expected to erupt anytime soon, according to a new study.
Green Home Construction hosts a free seminar on March 12, “Six Steps to a Successful Building Project,” 6:30-8 p.m. at Viento’s new tasting room at 301 Country Club Road, just west of Frankton Road.
The Heights detours will start Monday.
A Spokane, Wash., family en route to purchase a new Subaru in Portland got their trip cut short when the current Subaru they were driving burst into flames along Interstate 84 near Hood River shortly after 10 a.m. Thursday.
Well over a dozen health and human services-related agencies in Hood River and Wasco counties were recently awarded more than $1.3 million in state funds for programs designed to make healthcare for vulnerable populations more efficient and more cost-effective.
March 11 is the filing deadline for anyone wanting to run for three open positions on the Hood River County Board of Commissioners on May 20 Primary Election ballot.
Oregon’s first-ever registry for medical marijuana dispensaries opened this Monday and has already generated hundreds of applications from prospective dispensary owners looking to start operating their new businesses under the aegis of the Oregon Health Authority.
If you’re headed downtown in Hood River you might pass by Mary Deaville on her way to the library. Only don’t look for Mary behind the wheel of a car. She doesn’t own one. For the past 25 years, Mary’s transportation has been her own two feet. For most of us the idea of living without our cars is unthinkable but for Mary it was an easy decision.