City to file application, ODFW still on the fence
Cascade Locks took another step forward this week to bring Nestlé to the city by approving an application for a transfer of water rights that will ultimately help supply spring water for a proposed water bottling plant.
Riverside Church hosts Monday celebration
Gorge residents are invited to participate in a musical celebration of the life, work and dreams of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday at 6:30 p.m.
A big award and official retirement.
Ron Dunn knows a lot of people.
Stu and Kathy Watson announced this week that Chef Roman Deingruber and his wife, Amy Kaefer, have purchased Nora’s Table. The new owners intend to keep the farm-to-table format, and expand hours.
Logsdon Farmhouse Ales is coming to town.
The best deal on skiing you’ll find all year will be Jan. 19 at Mt. Hood Meadows.
The 2015 United Way of the Columbia Gorge (UWCG) Allocations Application Packets will be available through Feb. 12, 2015, from the United Way of the Columbia Gorge office.
SOLVE is accepting applications for volunteers to lead Earth Day projects for the 26th annual SOLVE IT event.
This week volunteers at Adopt A Dog have selected Roxy as the program’s adoptable pet of the week:
Would you like to get a jump start on the Friends of the Hood River County Library’s 2015 Hood River County Reads book?
Contemporary American culture is commonly portrayed as death-denying or death-defying.
Warming Shelter — A training session is planned Jan. 15 from 7-9 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Ninth and State streets. The training is open to anyone 18 or older. Visit hoodrivercares.org for details.
In 1978, just after graduating from college, I began pounding the pavement in the city of Boston looking — or, better said, begging — for a job.
AnnElise Acosta and Ibette Sanchez have been selected as December Students of the Month and were presented checks for $100 at the Elks Lodge weekly meeting.