Community award event takes on a soccer theme with Timbers goalkeeper in attendance
Pilot shortage could mean career opportunities
Council hopes for state tax break
Heading west: A permanent fixture at 509 E. Second St. for more than 35 years, David Kelsey is taking his services as an auto mechanic to the west side of town. Kelsey worked at the East Second location through a variety of name changes from S&R Auto to Castle, to Alleyway and now Cornstone Auto.
Torch used in construction ignited flames
Underpass, Civic, redevelopment among agency goals.
State clamps down, imposes restrictions
Help and have a slice: Big River Family Insurance will host a fundraiser for Relay for Life Saturday, June 7, in the Goodwill parking lot next to Starbucks from noon to 6 p.m.
Kickstarter campaign aims to cover part of move costs
Cousins Country Inn will soon be the site of the only Tesla charging station in the gorge. Cousins has inked a deal with Tesla, said General Manager Addie Case.
New on the job: Nancy Steers-Crist has joined Flagstone Senior Living as its new director. Like so many people in the field, her journey began with her grandmother. Steers-Crist has served seniors for many years in memory care, assisted living, independent living and hospice.
Second-generation TD businessmen team up
Bob Stone Freeway Autocenter was honored to be recognized by Subaru of America as the only dealership in the Portland District to receive the Subaru Stellar Care Award for the third year in a row.
3D metal printing firm sees draw for industrial applications
Green in Mosier: It’s fitting that Gorge Green Drinks comes to Mosier for National Bike Month. Situated squarely between the Mosier Twin Tunnels Trail and arguably the most scenic stretch of the Historic Columbia River Highway, it’s a resting spot for cyclists who may have started their journey in Hood River and are about ready to roll through the hills and dales of Mosier orchard country and the Rowena Loops on their way to The Dalles. Or vice versa.