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Residents Committee sues U.S. Forest Service

Local group sees no other option over delays in Mt. Hood land exchange

A local land use watchdog group, the Hood River Valley Residents Committee, filed a lawsuit Monday against the U.S. Forest Service over slow action in carrying out a congressionally mandated land exchange with Mt. Hood Meadows.

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McDonald's holds grand re-opening

Connie Potter, left, of Beaverton, and sister Glenda Holland, of Lebanon, are greeted by Ronald McDonald at the grand re-opening of the Marina Drive McDonald’s Wednesday.

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Oh, the rides, yes … And what else to do at County Fair,

Hood River County Fair concludes Saturday, and there is plenty for kids — beyond the ever-popular amusement rides. The fair opens at noon; carnival rides begin at 1 p.m.

‘Kidding’ Revised

Columbia Gorge Press has published the revised and expanded “Kidding Around the Gorge,” by Ruth Berkowitz and Lisa Kosglow, a full-color, 240-page book now available at bookstores ($19.95).

Local phone store gives away backpacks

Come to TCC store on Aug. 1

Students in Hood River are about to benefit from a national backpack giveaway. On Aug. 1, TCC, the largest Verizon Premium Wireless Retailer in the U.S., will be donating 100,000 backpacks full of school supplies to children through its annual School Rocks Backpack Giveaway.

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Miss O’s Espresso brings coffee, smoothies to Pine Grove

Courtney Harvey opened Miss O’s Espresso, located in the parking lot of The Boys Pine Grove Grocery, 2375 Highway 35, on March 15, 2015.

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The Ale List: Stoked and Everybody’s combine in coffee porter

There’s no real secret behind Cold Pressed Porter at Stoked Roasters in Hood River — but that doesn’t mean this unique new ale is not deceptive.

Got News? How to get your item into the newspaper

It’s easy to submit your news item to the Hood River News.

Brothers will stand trial in February 2016 for Parkdale murder

Two brothers accused of murdering a Parkdale man will see trial in mid-February of 2016.

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HRPRD fetches Port approval for waterfront dog park

The Port of Hood River has “conceptually approved” a Hood River Parks and Recreation District dog park on their waterfront property, just west of the city waste water treatment plant.

Brunk releases new book

Cindy Brunk of Hood River presents her new book, “Love Will,” on the emotional and spiritual impacts of abortion, July 29 at 10 Speed Coffee, 1412 13th St.

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Author Kristy Athens at Library on Aug. 22

Oregon boasts a multibillion-dollar agricultural economy that includes both industrial agriculture and small-scale efforts such as community supported agriculture memberships, farmers markets, and community gardens.

Grave Matters Discussion Series holds advance directive workshop

Join the Grave Matters Discussion Series for an Advance Directive workshop at the Hood River Library on August 19 at 6 p.m. Learn what an advance directive is, how to complete one, and why it is important to have conversations about end-of-life care, including tips for making the conversation accessible, meaningful, and fun! Registration required.

Peace Walk, talk and tea take place July 29

The 2015 Pacific Northwest Interfaith Peace Walk, for a nuclear free future in respect for all life, will be in Bingen, White Salmon and Hood River on July 29.

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Re-siding makes room for birds residing

Construction workers rescue house swallows

What should have been a basic building residing job turned into a rescue mission earlier this week.