Diners Gordy Parker, left, Robyn Beck, and Daniel Hinrich enjoy the Community Thanksgiving Meal Thursday at Riverside Community Church, where several hundred people enjoyed turkey and all the trimmings at no cost.
The Hood River Aquatic Center will be closed on Monday, Nov. 28 due to heating and electrical issues.
Hood River Hobbies owners Miko and Zed Ruhlen have noticed a disturbing trend at their weekly Pokémon Club game sessions: Counterfeits.
Members of Boy Scout Pack 282 and 392 and Troop 392 helped to honor veterans at the annual Veterans Day ceremony held at Anderson’s Tribute Center on Friday, Nov. 11.
Ever heard “The 12 Days of Christmas”?
Bonneville Power Administration operators are prepared for the energy anomaly that they see every Thanksgiving Day. They have planned for an unusual bulge, or peak, in the morning as millions of people across the Pacific Northwest gather to cook meals, which rely heavily on the use of ovens and other appliances. After the big meal, system operators will be on hand to ramp power down during the tryptophan drop off.
Despite shedding some jobs, Hood River County employment held firm at second best statewide.
The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch from Thursday morning
All calls were responded to within the County of Hood River.
All calls were responded to within the City of Hood River.
pFriem brings home ‘Revelation’ trophy for Super Saison
The winners of the international 2016 Brussels Beer Challenge competition have been officially announced and out of all the beers submitted by American Breweries, pFriem Family Brewers took home the American Revelation — Fermentis Trophy for their Super Saison.
HR Council meets on Monday and Tuesday
Hood River City Council meets on two consecutive evenings this week — its regular meeting Monday and Tuesday’s special meeting held solely to consider passage of an emergency ordinance on Title 5. This pertains to rules for short term rentals in residential zones.
It’s almost scary how little we talk about it.
A Lake Oswego developer is seeking permits to build a 24-lot subdivision northeast of Odell, expanding an existing neighborhood.
Oregon Department of Transportation has found a light at the end of the tunnel in its endeavor to fully restore the Historic Columbia River Highway as a single trail.
- Oil train car being transported by truck
- Aerial view of Mosier train fire
- Oil train derails, burns
- Fire damages Heights home
- Lawnmower torches Arbor Vitae on Portland Drive
- Life Flight helicopter taking off from the old Dee mill site
- Cascade Locks Water Rescue
- Members of Local Water Alliance gather signatures for anti-water bottling measure 1 comment
- Cascade Locks brush fire
- Helicopter searches for hiker