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Siblings find summer a good place to start helping FISH food banks

When teachers ask what Leah and Ren Sandahl did over summer vacation, they’ll hear something a little different than the traditional tales of camps and trips.

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Smoke, fire disrupts start of new school year

“We had a unique first full day.”

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Last dance: Sandy Salazar retires after 32 years

Sandy Salazar, instructional assistant and Folklorico dance group instructor at Mid Valley Elementary, was honored Aug. 30 during the Hood River County School District’s teacher back-to-school assembly.

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Rev. Ron Maag retires from St. Mary's

'Diversity promotes health' - Pastor worked for unity in the congregation

Longtime St. Mary’s Catholic Church Pastor Rev. Ron Maag retires Aug. 31 after 19 years in Hood River.

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Food Bank garden feeds community

The garden behind FISH Food Bank on Tucker Road fulfills a simple, yet important, mission.

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Yesenia Castro goes to Japan as new Tsuruta coordinator

‘I thrive on learning about new cultures’

Yesenia Castro leaves for Tsuruta, Japan, on Saturday, Aug. 12, the next coordinator of international relations (CIR) for Hood River’s sister city.

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OSU Food Preservation series delivers hands-on learning

The annual OSU Extension Service Food Preservation course series has been in full swing since early June in both Hood River and The Dalles.

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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