WSVEF fundraiser Aug. 26 features barbecue

Mark your calendar for Saturday, Aug. 26. That’s the day the community will come together to “Pig Out” for White Salmon's schools at a fundraising pig roast in Rheingarten Park.

‘Putting Your House in Order’ seminar Aug. 29

Anderson’s Tribute Center, 14th and Belmont, Hood River, hosts “Putting Your House in Order” on Tuesday, Aug. 29 from 5:30-7 p.m.

Sheriff Log, July 30 to Aug. 5

All calls were responded to within the County of Hood River.

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BBBS enjoys SUP event

Big Winds’ Junior Elite Stand-up Paddling (SUP) Team held its sixth annual SUP clinic for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Columbia Gorge on Aug. 6 at Nichols Basin.

Westside Plan meeting, forum happen two nights this week

The Westside Area Concept Plan returns to business this week with two events, including the Aug. 16 meetings of the City of Hood River’s Westside Technical Advisory and Project Advisory committees (TAC and PAC) starting at 2 p.m.

Cascade Locks man sentenced for attempted murder

A man from Cascade Locks pled guilty Wednesday to trying to kill the mother of his two children at the family’s home.

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Yesenia Castro goes to Japan as new Tsuruta coordinator

‘I thrive on learning about new cultures’

Yesenia Castro leaves for Tsuruta, Japan, on Saturday, Aug. 12, the next coordinator of international relations (CIR) for Hood River’s sister city.

Hood River Police plan ‘seat belt blitz’

Speed, cell phone use also checked

Back to school shopping might include a new car seat for your child.

‘Eclipse 2017’ Souvenir Edition comes Wednesday

The special publication of Hood River News, The Dalles Chronicle and White Salmon Enterprise explores all aspects of the expected Aug. 21 astronomical phenomenon.

‘Wheels of Hope’ campaign rolls out help again in 2017

The radio stations of Bicoastal Media are teaming with Northshore Medical Group to launch their annual campaign to help a Columbia Gorge family in need.

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Students raise funds for Odell animal shelter

LAST YEAR’S fifth graders, in Kim Martin’s Mid Valley Elementary classroom, worked on a community service project during the school year, said Mid Valley Principal Kim Yasui.

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2017 Open Class Fair results

2017 fair results, open class

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Hood River County Fair, 4-H Results

Textiles and more

Pet of the Week: Bonded pair Pebbles and BamBam are twice the fun

Pebbles and BamBam have been selected by volunteers as Adopt A Dog’s adoptable pets of the week. These two are a bonded pair, 10 and 11 years old — and if one playful pup is great, TWO playful pups are awesome!

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Wyden vows to push for government transparency

‘Not on my watch’ is Senator’s slogan at Cascade Locks town hall

On Sunday, Sen. Ron Wyden came close to creating a new acronym: NOMY. “Not On My Watch.”