Hood River Elks Lodge No. 1507 supports a number of local and statewide organizations, but this summer had the opportunity to do something it hasn’t in 25 years — send two local kids to camp.
Aging in the Gorge Alliance (AGA) has begun a new community reading and conversation project this week — and there’s still time to join in.
The 27th annual Columbia Gorge CROP Walk won’t run much differently this year than it has in the past. And that’s okay.
When Aging in the Gorge Alliance (AGA) began meeting in August 2015, the goal was to give residents of the Mid-Columbia region a place to discuss — and advocate for — the elderly and their caregivers.
A pastor called to a new house: Anna Carmichael of St. Mark's accepts position in California, passes Warming Shelter baton
When the U-Haul leaves Hood River on Aug. 31, it will take Rev. Anna Carmichael with it.
School is back. What’s different this year?
The population growth of Hood River is probably a lot like you’d expect it would be: As transportation got faster from the 1850s onward, more people came
There’s a new nonprofit in town encouraging community youth to reach for the sky. Quite literally.
A large crowd gathered for the second Mt. Hood Town Hall farmers’ market this summer — they’re held every second Thursday of the month, July through September — which features fresh produce, arts and crafts, and live music with upper valley flair.
Mike’s Ice Cream, a downtown Hood River staple since it opened in 1986, has planned a free community block party for Aug. 13 from 6-10 p.m. to celebrate the store’s 30th anniversary.