Guest Opinion: Community involvement shapes best workforce training efforts

By Charles Massie The future of our region’s economic vitality is directly tied to business productivity, efficiency, flexibility, and profitability. There are many players in improving local economies: economic...

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College class series teaches positive thinking skills

Tired of the avalanche of negatives that seem to bury your soul? Well, now you can learn to put yourself in a more positive mental space — through a new...

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Who’s new (or about to be) in the Hood’s business scene

Here they are, folks, the latest new business filings for Hood River (from May, 2017). I missed a month or two this spring, tied up with an interim job,...

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Crashed by a pernicious barrage of bothersome bots

Apologies, readers, for a sudden surge in e-mail notification about posts to the site over the last several months. Why did this happen? Think constipation. We had used a...

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Public will get first look June 27 at draft Powerdale corridor access plan

Much of the Hood River conversation about natural resources and recreation access has lately focused on the recently approved rezoning of Morrison Park for affordable housing. For many of...

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