Experts list the simple tools of staying alive
Hood River is known as an outdoor mecca, and with the increase in traffic comes an increase in the calls for lost or injured recreationalists.
Pastor Jeff Mueller hopes to start trend
May Street Elementary isn’t usually crowded in the afternoons after school, but on Wednesday, Jan. 27, the entryway was packed.
Next training starts Feb. 16
Ask Susan Baldwin, Columbia Gorge CASA volunteer manager, about her volunteers and the children they serve, and she’ll start to tear up.
For Heidi McLennon, owner and designer at Anana’s Boutique in downtown Hood River, what’s old is new again.
Now is the time to form teams and collect donations
Bowl for Kids’ Sake (BFKS), Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Columbia Gorge’s largest fundraiser of the year, takes place March 12, and Hood River Match Coordinator Justine Ziegler says now is the time to form teams and commit to sponsorships.
Retired energy consultant issues call to reverse climate trend for agriculture
When Mark Cherniak, a retired energy consultant living in Mosier, spoke about climate change on Thursday, the message was stark: It’s not going to get better; it’s only going to get worse. And we can’t afford to wait any longer to reverse the trend.
With the closing of 2015 and the start of the new year, we take this opportunity to look back on the faces and stories that made up our Saturday Spotlight—a weekly feature about how residents of Hood River County spend their days.
A tradition that has spanned the past 20 years continued at Horizon Christian School on Tuesday morning.
There’s something very stressful about goldfish.
It’s winter break for the Hood River County School District, and that means all students and staff are relaxing at home, right? Not if you’re Terry Draper, longtime Parkdale Elementary head custodian.