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For the last eight weeks, I’ve focused on COVID-19 related issues, from how to receive your Economic Impact Payment (which most of you should have received by now), through coping with self-isolation, to last week’s column about how to wear and care for your facemask.

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After a long waiting period the Columbia Center for the Arts (CCA) will reopen its doors on Friday, June 5 to celebrate First Friday with the exhibit, “Essential: Ebb and Flow.”

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The Hood River County Library District will begin offering curbside services and library material returns at the Hood River County Library on Thursday, May 28, and the Cascade Locks and Parkdale branches on Saturday, May 30. Cardholders may reserve and pick up books, movies and more, all whi…

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Four-year-old Izzak Tumlinson was the right kid in the right place at the right time.Last Wednesday, May 20, he was at home when he went into the bathroom and saw a family friend lying on the floor, eyes closed.Little Izzak immediately ran to his mom, who called 911. The woman, who’d become …

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Mary Bursile Davis and Russell L. McDonald have been selected the 2020 Wasco County Pioneer Woman and Man of the Year. For the second time in the 97 years, the annual May Pioneers luncheon did not take place. This year, it is because of the COVID-19 virus that is sweeping the United States a…

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As the state starts reopening, we are all holding our breath hoping the dreaded “second wave” doesn’t come ashore — while wishing life could return to the way it once was when we only had to worry about our next doctor’s appointment, our loving but controlling adult children, or whether the …

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Columbia Gorge News presents ways to help around the Gorge during the COVID-19 pandemic. If your group would like to be included in the listing, email information to Trisha Walker at twalker@hoodrivernews.com.

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To say that children and teens are struggling emotionally as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic is an understatement. For many children in our community, schools are their safe havens, friends are their allies, and adult role models like teachers and coaches are their lifelines. Suddenly and …

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They are making sure that residents get to vital treatments like dialysis or chemotherapy. They are bringing groceries and prescription medications to residents whose underlying health issues put them at high risk if exposed to the novel coronavirus. They are sewing masks for colleagues and …

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You may be venturing out more because you’re going crazy or there are just some items you need: Plants for the garden, your prescriptions and toilet paper (shop early).When you do go shopping, the North Central Public Health District has several tips on how to be a more considerate shopper.T…

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