Eagle Creek Fire Size: 48,665 acres
Skamania County has a rich and varied history but there are two reoccurring themes that stand the test of time… logging and Sasquatch.
Last week the team from CJR Designs, of Hood River, left, came to town to measure the placement for the metal art work that’s going to be installed on the blank canvas that is the wall of Hi-School Pharmacy, where Jewett and Estes intersect.
On Aug. 26, the White Salmon Valley Future Farmers of America chapter sold its FFA Chapter hog at the Klickitat County Fair Market Livestock Sale for more than $11,000.
Sunday night, Insitu launched its ScanEagle unmanned aircraft from Bingen Point into a gloomy, smoke-filled sky.
At approximately 8 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 11, skies cleared and burning fuel pockets west of Herman Creek created an impressive plume visible for miles along the Columbia Gorge.
On Saturday, Sept. 23, downtown Hood River, will again become the epicenter for fresh-hop beers with the return of Hops Fest.
On Friday, Sept. 8, Thunder Island Brewing Co launched a GoFundMe fundraising campaign to benefit Columbia River Gorge-based fire departments in response to the Eagle Creek wildfire.
As of Tuesday morning because of the Eagle Creek Fire, all lanes of Interstate 84 remain closed from Troutdale (Exit 17) to 2 miles west of Hood River (MP 62).
Big changes will be coming to Skyline Hospital next fall, thanks in part to a successful refinancing agreement that allowed the hospital to secure $5 million in non-tax-related funds to renovate and expand the hospital.
After helping to create animated films like Shrek and Monsters, Inc., Thane Hawkins transitioned to a career in wine-making and founded Hawkins Cellars in 2007 with his first bottling of Oregon Pinot Noir.
It was the same opponent and same result for Columbia High football in its 2017 season opener last Thursday.
Increased traffic has made access to the air monitors used by the Klickitat County Health Department very spotty.
Last year, One Community Health celebrated its 30th anniversary and rather than holding a company-wide picnic or party, it decided to do something for the communities it serves.
Columbia Center for the Arts in Hood River is excited to host a month-long, center-wide celebration of Latino Art & Culture throughout the month of September.