Kirby Neumann-Rea

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Community Ed moves to shared office space at Aquatic Center

Hood River Community Education’s programs range from youth basketball to backcountry hiking, and for years its direction by a staff of two people has all happened from a small second story office in Hood River.

Editor's Notebook: We all lose to Mark Helfrich’s lucre, the newest case of coach salary plunder

Admittedly, in recent months I have become a little insufferable when it comes to the topic of football.

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‘Thank You, Eagle Creek Responders’

In late 2017, Hood River County first responders received a unique expression of gratitude from Wy’east Middle School students and Parkhurst House Assisted Living.

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Art Center ‘Conversations’

ARTIST Rene Westbrook, right, and Kristyn Fix, Columbia Center for the Arts events manager, look at scrapbooks submitted for the Community Conversations exhibit, running through Jan. 30.

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Hundreds attend MLK Day events

‘We will prevail’

The 300 people at Monday’s Martin Luther King Jr. celebration “are not afraid to look at things as they are and imagine how they ought to be,” said Rev. Vicky Stifter of the host Riverside Community Church.

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Changes at Coe building

The school district's Coe Facility is in flux.

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Town Houses on Oak

New view properties rise above Oak Street as Hood River’s SMP Construction frames up the three town house duplexes between Seventh and Eighth streets.

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City affirms ‘Community ID card’ proposal pending with County

Hood River City Council gave unanimous assent on Monday to a “community identification card” proposal for Hood River County residents.

Editor's Notebook: Counteract Trump’s crass attacks on our body politic

With every New Year’s greeting, we were fooling ourselves.

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The Ale List: Ferment nears opening, pFriem scores gold in Brussels

Ferment Brewery is just months away from its long-standing goal of establishing a Hood River footprint.

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