• Experts Outline Bridge Replacement Steps
    A pair of experts talked to the Port of Hood River Commission and other area elected officials about the process for putting an environmental impact statement together and financing options for a new Hood River-White Salmon Interstate Bridge.  Angela Findley of WSP Engineering and Lowell Clary of Clary Consulting outlined the range of possibilities regarding […]
  • No Change For Recycling Markets
    There has been no change in recycling markets over the past few months since China drastically reduced the amount of contaminants they would accept in any shipment.  Jim Winterbottom of Hood River Garbage and The Dalles Disposal says they have continued to collect curbside co-mingled recyclables…take them to the Wasco County Landfill, and handle them […]
  • Children’s Park Build Continues Thursday
    Another set of build days for Hood River’s Children’s Park play structure are set for Thursday through Saturday.  The structure was 85 percent complete at the conclusion of seven days of work in early June, and the goal is to finish this week.  Work will take place each day from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., […]
  • New Livestock Pavilion Being Constructed At CHS
    School is out in the White Salmon Valley School District, but that does not mean there is no activity taking place.  District Superintendent Jerry Lewis says maintenance work will be taking place at all of their facilities over the next couple of months.  One project that will take place is construction of a livestock pavilion […]
  • D21 Accepting Out Of District Tuition Applications
    North Wasco County School District 21 says it is accepting applications for out-of-district students who wish to pay tuition.  Applicants may apply for any school within the District and will be accepted on a space-available basis.  The cost of tuition for out-of-district students for the 2018-2019 school year is $9,300.00.   An application form may be […]
  • HR County Commission Approves Community ID Card Program
    The Hood River County Commission voted to adopt an ordinance establishing a three-year pilot program to make community identification cards available.  The program will be funded by private grants and card fees.  Gorge Ecumenical Ministries has received nearly $70,000 in grant funds to launch the program, which is slated to begin as early as January.  […]

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