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Hood River woman meets critical need with 17th gallon of blood

Margo Parker looks to donate 17th gallon at upcoming blood drive

The American Red Cross has a blood drive scheduled for Wednesday, July 26 — and one Hood River woman will mark the occasion by donating her 17th gallon of blood.

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Migrant Summer School

Pre-K students create art during Migrant Summer School at Mid Valley Elementary in Odell, a program now in its 30th year and serving close to 250 students.

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Murray’s announces Clearance Center closure

A change is coming to the Hood River Heights.

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‘Bridal Gowns of the Past’ puts Hood River brides on display

Every object at the History Museum of Hood River County has many stories to tell.

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Free meal program comes to Hood River neighborhoods

A free meal program has come to Hood River this summer for kids ages 1-18.

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Connect to Your Cause: Fair draws community, organizations

The first-ever Connect to Your Cause Fair, held at Laughing Tara Living Arts in Odell, brought organizations and community members together to network, share information and build connections on Sunday.

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Local teacher Scott Walker pens children’s book

Hood River Valley High School English teacher and volleyball coach Scott Walker recently added another label to his name: Published author.

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Arome: ‘Find Your Flavor’ at new downtown shop

It’s hard to find a word for a shop like Arome.

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Students join HRVHS teacher Rachel Harry in Tony Award surprise

‘She gives us the tools for creation’

Forget three times — the second time was the charm for Hood River Valley High School theater arts teacher Rachel Harry, who learned Wednesday that she had been awarded The Tony Awards and Carnegie Mellon University “Teachers with the Excellence in Theater Education” Award.

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Farmers’ Market

Saturday marked the second Hood River Farmers’ Market of the season at the Fifth and Columbia parking lot featuring locally grown food and artist vendors, live music and more.

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