The recent musical presented by CAST, “Urinetown,” odd title aside, served as a playful, yet pointed, commentary on human resistance to sustainable practices.
We know of a major retailer that has begun soliciting residents who would like to write letters to the editor on its behalf.
Invest in parking;Lot disappoints; RC park inappropriate; more
As you glance through our annual Women in Business supplement (in this issue), you would be forgiven for thinking women are doing just fine in the workforce — but the gender gap persists.
When I spoke to Paul Basile the other day, a band leader and songwriter for the indie-folk band Great Elk, I wasn’t expecting him to mention Billy Joel as an influential artist. But when he did, the insight brought a smile to my face and revived memories of seeing a sold-out show at Madison Square Garden.
Protect our trees; Don’t sell waterfront; Free parking for all; Thanks for Lyme articles; Informed caveman
Steep hills, narrow streets, and prolific foliage help give Hood River its beauty and character.
GOP: Stop blocking ACA; Only one question
All roads lead to the fair this week.
Arthur Babitz presented his final State of the City Address to Hood River Rotary on July 17. It is edited slightly for space reasons.
Re-think venues; Keep calm; Spay feral cats; Old menu meets new
During the summer, blood donations typically drop off dramatically as donors go on vacation and schools close, but the need for blood never takes a holiday.
Percy Jensen of Hood River served as Port Commissioner from 1973-1993. He recently wrote this short history of how the Event Site came to be built and developed into the centerpiece of the windsurfing culture in the Gorge.
Rotaries needed, Farrell for judge, keep dogs indoors, Thomsen serves well
Three-digit temperatures are on the horizon. Health districts and Centers for Disease Control are reminding people to take precautions to avoid heat-related illnesses, such as heat cramps, heat stroke and heat exhaustion.