In many cultures, the September equinox is a sign of fall (autumn) in the northern hemisphere. In Greek mythology fall is associated with when the goddess Persephone returns to the underworld to be with her husband Hades. It was supposedly a good time to enact rituals for protection and security as well as reflect on successes or failures from the previous months.
Talk about coming through in a hutch.
Idlewilde is the scene for fifth annual living history event
True stories live in Cemetery Tales.
A wildfire sparked by a power line damaged three homes and burned 8.5 acres on a bluff overlooking the Columbia River near Underwood Thursday afternoon, but was mostly contained as of Friday morning.
A wildfire broke out Thursday afternoon at about 3 p.m. on a cliff near White Salmon, just west of the White Salmon River bridge, coming close to a home on the bluff.
Outdoor gallery of large sculptures graces the waterfront, downtown
Two notations about sculptures in the new “Big Art” walking art gallery: one of them spins, and the other is not yet in place.
A record 300-plus visiting planes landed at the Fly-In last weekend at Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum.
In education forum, Supt. Dan Goldman calls for action on improving literacy
Dan Goldman used data to vigorously agree with Nancy Golden on her statement, “the single-most important investment a country can make is ensuring as many students as possible are reading well when they leave third grade.”
Hood River team heads to national ‘Rat Rod’ competition
Remember your first $3,000 car?
Victory, even a shared one, has a pleasant sound to state co-champion speller Sean Counihan of Hood River.