Hood River wants your (and your and your and your) opinions on housing

To paraphrase Charles Dudley Warner, everybody complains about the housing, but nobody does anything about it. Well, now’s your chance. The city of Hood River wants your opinion on...

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GOvember Party will prop your social life, and GO! programming

If you love locally owned business, and love to party (at least a little bit), mark your calendars for 6 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 10. It’s the 4th Annual...

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Mark Johnson to leave Legislature, head up Oregon Business and Industry

In case you hadn’t heard or read elsewhere, state Rep. Mark  Johnson, R-Hood River, is stepping out of his legislative post to take on executive leadership of a new...

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SBDC gets new web presence, prepares to roll out fall classes

New web site, same killer business counseling. Even though the Gorge Small Business Development Center still operates out of the Columbia Gorge Community College, its web presence has migrated...

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Here’s who’s hopping into the business arena

That craziness with the fires (and time away) prevented us from capturing the August business filings in Hood River county, so we’re catching you up here on the September...

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GO!, Chinook Book offer deal to aligned Gorge businesses, customers

If you’re reeling from the double whammy of winter ice storms and a fire-related I-84 closure, you might benefit from an offer by Gorge Owned that could boost your...

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‘Rooted’ again features locals sharing their love of … local

Hate to say the Buzz is going to miss the second annual “Rooted” storytelling event, but YOU shouldn’t. Eileen Garvin tells us the Nov. 2 event is all about our...

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Want to drive a drone? Aero Drone in Tygh Valley will teach you

A few months back, a neighbor kid landed his quad-copter on my roof — by accident. He and his Big Brother could see it — they just couldn’t get...

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