“Maybe each of us is Cain to some Abel, and slays him in the field without knowing it through the things he does to him, the things he says to him, and the things he should say and doesn’t.” — Primo Levi
“The Big 6” problem intersections are getting the attention of City Hall.
Gifts took their accustomed honored place at Thursday’s 40th anniversary dinner celebrating the Hood River-Tsuruta Sister City program.
No layoffs are currently planned in the Providence Health System in the Gorge, Chief Executive Officer David Underriner said Monday.
Double Mountain Brewery and a national direct to door craft beer delivery service are officially “Beer Buddies.”
ANTIQUE steam tractor, restored over the last few years by driver Jack Sheppard and others, announces the start of the July 4 parade.
The Lack Family performs a rollicking show on July 4 at Jackson Park as part of the post-parade festivities.
Independence Day celebrations ...
Waterfalls of the Gorge also gain national mention
Hood River travel kudos keep coming from the national media. Two weeks ago, Hood River News reported on the Culture Trip website’s designation of Hood River as “The Most Beautiful Town in Oregon.”
Pie from the mayor was the unusual twist at Hood River City Council on June 26. Mayor Paul Blackburn, who holds periodic citizen conversation sessions called “Pie with the Mayor,” presented a round baked good to the Art of Community committee in thanks for their completion of a new gallery of art works installed around the city.