The Hood River Chamber of Commerce, doing business as Visit Hood River, has rallied in partnership with community stakeholders to bring a celebration of the season to the community this holiday season, despite a global pandemic.
Health officer urges ‘small sacrifices now’ to stem pandemic spike
Since 1993, Cascade Locks City Hall staff have sponsored a Christmas Giving Tree for children in need, ages 0 to a senior in high school, who reside in the Cascade Locks / Dodson-Warrendale areas.
The Gratitude University community project is about to publish an on-line book honoring essential and frontline workers and “unsung heroes,” and submissions are needed this week, “expressing your gratitude for them and their work,” said GU founder Sara Rose Donahue of Parkdale.
Changes include non-congregate model and COVID-19 safety precautions
What began as a way to make the Harmony of the Gorge Chorus “a little money” has turned into a major project for a Hood River couple.
Operation Christmas Child has been collecting and delivering shoebox gifts — filled with school supplies, hygiene items and fun toys — to children worldwide for more than two decades. This is a project that everyone can still be a part of, even with COVID-19 restrictions, according to a pres…
Health data pushes in-person dates for Oregon, Wash. counties
Just the other day, it was Friday the 13th and you know what that means. On that ominous day, Governor Kate Brown put Oregon in another “freez…
Gorge Thunder 18U softball team traveled to Scottsdale, Ariz., for the Triple Crown Fall Showcase tournament Nov. 5, going 4-1 on the weekend …
This bi-weekly tenpin bowling report reads like a who’s who in local bowling. Yes, the cream of the crop rose to the top in league action at H…
Drive-In Nov. 8 at Sunshine Mill, wreath sales held
Impact athletes leave their mark and Henry Buckles has stamped a big imprint on the Hood River Valley football, and track and field programs.
The past two weeks of ten-pin bowling in league action at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes produced some mighty fine scores. There were five 700 thr…
Judge Paul Crowley of Hood River, who served Gorge communities for more than 22 years as an … Read more
Since 1993, Cascade Locks City Hall staff have sponsored a Christmas Giving Tree for childre… Read more
What began as a way to make the Harmony of the Gorge Chorus “a little money” has turned into… Read more
Lorinda Hoffman, Operations Director for the FISH Food Bank, retired on Sept. 25. Hoffman wa… Read more
The Hood River Chamber of Commerce, doing business as Visit Hood River, has rallied in partnership with community stakeholders to bring a cel…
Two sides of the culinary coin are run by one food guy at the vibrant business center on Button Bridge Road in Hood River.
Fill Your Pantry is back for its sixth year on Nov. 8, with far less of the face-to-face communal aspect to the fall tradition, but with just …
A modified Gorge Fruit and Craft Fair took place at the Hood River County Fairgrounds this past weekend, Oct. 16-17, with some COVID-19 safety…
Headlines straight to your inbox!
News and Info from our Community Partners
Information from the News and our advertisers (Want to add your business to this to this feed?)
Sorry, there are no recent results for popular articles.
Sorry, there are no recent results for popular images.
Sorry, there are no recent results for popular videos.
- Oregon sets new rules, metrics in pandemic fight
- Send season’s greetings to seniors
- Windermere Real Estate ‘Shares the Warmth’
- Kegler's Corner: Tinman, Nishi and HR Sports Club Win
- HR Chamber celebrates the season
- Governor announces launch of ‘Give the Gift of Oregon’ campaign to support local businesses
- Gorge chambers join forces
- Thanksgiving underlines realities of COVID-19 response