Every spring and fall, MCMC Outpatient Therapy presents its free Mommy Wellness class series. The classes are designed for moms with babies up to 2 years old.
Thunder Island Brewery’s move was not entirely an uphill climb.
I guess I was too optimistic last week thinking the smoke would fade away by then. But this Saturday morning, I can see the Klickitats out my office window dressed in its velvety shades of brown instead of straining to see their faint gray outline. And now I can put away my KN95 mask (you kn…
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Thirty cases of COVID-19 were reported Sunday among residents and staff at Flagstone Senior Living in The Dalles. Most of the cases are mild or asymptomatic, and no one has had to be hospitalized.
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- ‘Mommy Wellness’ begins fall series with online classes
- Klickitat County adopts multi-hazard mitigation plan
- Thunder Island Brewery ups its game with move to WaNaPa Ave.
- Artist H’Klumaiyat of Warm Springs honored
- Thompson recognized for 45 years as coach
- The Porch
- Klickitat County and Port of HR receive $5 million grant for bridge replacement
- Complicating the Narrative: Locally-shot short film breaks down themes of trans identity and acceptance
- City rules against new subdivision
- Thirty cases of COVID-19 reported at Flagstone Senior Living
- Hanging up the badge
- Celebrating his 100th year
- Deaths and service notices for September 16
- Vicky Lloyd
- Police and Sheriff Logs: Sept. 4-11
- City of Hood River reviews police use of force incidents and policies
- Best of the Gorge winners announced
- Tokki Art Supply opens in Hood River
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