Is this the Ultimate renovation project? FREE Winnebago available for pick up near PDX
They say there’s no such thing in life as a free lunch. However, it seems that this saying isn’t exactly truthful. It turns out that sometimes if you look hard enough, you can get some pretty cool, free stuff. In this case, we found a free Winnebago Chieftain that is located in Hood River, which is roughly a one-hour drive from Portland.
Where to celebrate Pride in Oregon this summer
Pride season is almost upon us. As the weather gets warmer, local celebrations for Oregon’s LGBTQ+ communities are gearing up. Celebrations range from parades to festivals to brunch and much, much more, and they can be found throughout the state, every month of the summer. Looking to celebrate for over three full months? Here’s how!
Angling for predatory fish on the Columbia River earns some fishers a decent living
THE DALLES, Ore. — There’s money swimming in the Columbia River, if you can catch it. Some are more successful than others. On a recent Thursday, one fisherman patiently pushed his bucket forward as the line progressed, toting close to 40 pikeminnow. Another fisherman carried only two fish, one in each hand.
Body of 19-year-old swept under Bridge of the Gods on Columbia River found
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The body of a 19-year-old was recovered from the Columbia River last week after he was last seen getting swept under the Bridge of the Gods near Cascade Locks, authorities tell KOIN 6 News. The body of the teen, who has not been identified by authorities, was found by a Yakama […]
Hood River Soaring youth members receive scholarships
HOOD RIVER — Four Hood River Soaring youth members recently received aviation scholarships. The majority of the scholarships were awarded by the Soaring Society of America, a nonprofit organization that supports the education and training of young people interested in developing aviation skills by learning to fly gliders. The...
Asphalt Maintenance on 2nd St. between Taylor St. and Lincoln St.
On Monday June 5 through Tuesday June 6, 2023 a City of The Dalles contractor will be conducting asphalt maintenance on 2nd St. in the downtown area, weather permitting. Work is scheduled from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday June 5: The north lane and parking on the north side...
Navigational Beacon Damage Near Wishram
From the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page:. A Beacon near Wishram that is used for barge navigation on the Columbia has been shot again. It not only costs thousands of tax payer dollars to keep replacing the light, it is a safety issue for river traffic and could result in a felony charge for the person doing it.
Save more on your weekly shopping using printable coupons from Albertsons in Stevenson, Updated 2023-06-01
Albertsons is a grocery store chain based in the United States, with more than 2,200 stores in 33 states. Founded in 1939, Albertsons offers a wide variety of products including fresh produce, bakery items, deli meats and cheeses, pharmacy services, and general merchandise. The company also operates several subsidiary chains, including Safeway, Vons, Jewel-Osco, and Acme Markets.Let's make use of these coupons to buy the things we need and make our lives more economical and enjoyable.
Community Notes: May 31, 2023
THE DALLES — The PRIDE Book Club, which meets from 6-7 p.m. on the second Thursday of the month at The Dalles-Wasco County Library, is open to people 18 years and older who are interested in reading and discussing LGBTQ+ books. The June 8 book is “The House in the Cerulean Sea” by JT Klune; books are available at the library. Refreshments will be served.
Rhododendron woman shares her story after suffering heart attack
RHODODENDRON, Ore. (KPTV) - A woman in Rhododendron is sharing her story of survival ahead of the American Heart Association’s “Heart and Stroke Walk” in downtown Portland. Future Days. It’s the name of Amy Matson’s favorite Pearl Jam song, and the name of her team that will...
City of Hood River: Clean Up Cascade
Join Hood River Mayor Paul Blackburn and City Councilor Mark Zanmiller for a community clean up with SOLVE Oregon along West Cascade Avenue. Sign up to volunteer today and help us make the entry to the City beautiful and prevent trash from contaminating neighborhoods. Interested community members are encouraged to visit bit.ly/cleanupcascade for more information and to sign up. Volunteers are encouraged to bring water, snacks, sunscreen, appropriate shoes and clothing, and reusable gloves if possible, and all other supplies will be provided. Volunteering is a great way to connect with family members, coworkers, and neighbors, all while collectively giving back to this beautiful place we call home.
What's Happening: Week of May 29, 2023
What’s Happening is a free service of Columbia Gorge News and may be edited for length. Send to email@example.com. May 30 — Dementia Support Group, noon via Zoom. Hosted by Christa Green. For more information and details, visit hopedementiasupport.org. Meets every other Tuesday. May 30 — Storytelling for...
Westside Survey Open
The City of Hood River is advancing its plans to create a new Urban Renewal District on the Westside of Hood River. The purpose of this new district will be to establish funding for the City’s ambitious plans and goals set in the Transportation System Plan, Affordable Housing Strategy, and Multi-Jurisdictional Parks Master Plan. Each of these plans stemmed from research, planning and public input to understand how best to meet the community’s needs and plan for its future.
ODOT Region 4 construction update: Week of May 26-June 2
BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) -- Here is the ODOT Region 4 construction update for the week of May 26-June 2. Here at ODOT, we are committed to providing a safe and efficient transportation system for everyone. We invest in Oregon's future through roadway improvement projects. The following projects are located within Region 4; Central Oregon from The Dalles to Klamath Falls on the east side of the Cascades.
New location, same traditions for Lake Taco
HOOD RIVER — Since Lake Taco first opened in 2014, they have been known as one of the most authentic Mexican restaurants in Hood River. One example is written on a chalk board sign in the restaurant entrance. The sign and the message has followed them from their previous location on the Heights to their new home in downtown. The message reads, “We do not mass produce for speed or compromise our quality for volume.”The family-owned business is a favorite of every visitor who walks through the front door from high school students to former NBA superstars like Scottie Pippen.
The Dalles team breaking home run records brings home another win
THE DALLES Ore. (KPTV) - The 4A OSAA softball quarterfinals saw the second-seeded Riverhawks hosting No. 10 Astoria from 16th Street ballpark along the mighty Columbia River. The Dalles have a bunch of boppers who ended Friday with an Oregon state record for all classifications with 68 homers in 27 games. The previous high-water mark was 56.
Three ciders from Double Mountain Brewery
Hood River’s Double Mountain Brewery revamped the look for its line of ciders this year, one that is inspired by matchbook designs from the 1940s and 1950s according to the press release. Along with the new designs, the brewery slated six ciders for release this year, and sent me three to review. Let’s just get right to it.
Gorge residents encouraged to mitigate wildfire smoke hazards
With smoke from fires in other areas visible in the Gorge, North Central Public Health District is encouraging residents to be prepared for wildfire season. Safety precautions are encouraged in the event of wildfire smoke and poor air quality. Smoke from wildfires is a mixture of gases and fine particles...
Hood River Fire & EMS Awarded Grant Funding
Hood River Fire & EMS is celebrating good news after receiving $384,025 in grant funding from the Oregon State Fire Marshal (OSFM). The grant will provide financial support to staff an additional firefighter over the course of three years – 90% the first year, 75% the second, and 50% the third year. Beginning on the fourth year, the City would be responsible for paying the full salary.
Hawley beats two HRV all-time distance records
Hood River Valley senior Elliot Hawley’s record-setting season culminated with two more all-time school bests at last weekend’s Class 5A state track and field meet in Eugene. The Eagle senior placed in both of his distance races. On Friday morning, he finished eighth in the fastest 3000-meter final...
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