Talk about the chance to Mark your ballot.
The bowls don’t stay empty for long.
I just might call it “Houndlandia.”
Joanna Holmes drops off her ballot Monday at the Hood River County Administration building, Sixth and State, one of two official drop-off points for May 17 Primary ballots.
WELL SAID: “An inch is a long time.”
Emmy-award winning animator Teresa Drilling of Portland visited Hood River recently for a series of school and after-school workshops on stop-motion animation, which she terms “an esoteric little art form.”
Gorge Kitchen, Hood River’s new Kombucha brewery and dairy-free ice cream creamery, is scheduled to open May 6.
Wednesday brought a listening event unlike any other to Hood River.
The April 21 Hood River Republican Central Committee gathering was part GOP meeting, part debate, and it held its share of lively moments. At Hood River Valley Adult Center, a crowd of mostly retirees gathered, a table filled with juice and coffee on one side of the room, tables covered with lawn signs, brochures and other campaign material on the other, and four speakers up front.
Check your mail in the next few days: the distinctive long envelope with the pink “Election” logo should arrive no later than Monday.