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THE DALLES — The Head Start program in Maupin has temporarily closed due to the loss of its only certified teacher, which has forced the program to adopt a “home-based” model that offers homework and limited classroom time with parents on site, according to Nancey Patten of Child Care Partners.

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For the first time since 2019, summer camps are back in Hood River. The Hood River Vally Parks and Recreation Department (HRVPD) has partnered with the Hood River County School District to take over programming responsibilities for summer camp. Summer Camp Coordinator Delaney Karrels is working to create a fun and engaging experience for the youth of Hood River. With six different “themes” across two sections of camps, Karrels and HRVPRD are hoping to bring a sense of diversity to the week long camps.

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The speed limit on the Hood River-White Salmon Interstate bridge will be lowered to 15 mph starting on Thursday, May 26.

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Mid-Columbia Economic Development District (MCEDD) hosts their next Pub Talk Thursday, June 9 in Cascade Locks.

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White Salmon Valley Pool Metropolitan Park District will be hosting a virtual town hall this coming Friday, May 27 at 7 p.m.

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