News today, history tomorrow

Archive for the ‘Changes’ Category

Gorge River self-serve dog wash biz goes in search of new owner

Rhonda Marlnee is ready to move on from her two-year-old enterprise providing facilities for do-it-yourself dog washers, first profiled here in The Buzz. “Gorge River,” the only self-service dog wash in the Columbia River Gorge, is situated in “The Heights” near the intersection of 13th and Belmont. It is equipped with two fiberglass tubs and […]

No Comments

Shaw spins off Oregon Brineworks from Hood River Organic

Hood River Organic is going through some ch-ch-changes. Partners Brian Shaw and Dan Thall, who founded a mushroom farm in 2004 up near the old Dee Mill site and have since expanded it to include a variety of other crops and a healthy subscriber-supported veggie basket (aka CSA) program, are amicably separating — so Shaw […]

No Comments

Some new, some old local businesses hope to add alcoholic beverages to menus

According to recent reports from the Oregon Liquor Control Commission about Hood River-area applicants for new liquor licenses, we’re looking at the forthcoming opportunity to grab an adult beverage to sip on site, or purchase for home use, from the following folks: Walgreen’s, 1727 12th St., Hood River, Hood River Cinemas, 5 Fifth St., Hood […]

No Comments

Beardsley to join Nunamaker Realtors, help create new Nunamaker property management arm

Don Nunamaker Realtors and Hershner & Bell Realty Inc., two of the most established fixtures of the local real estate scene, are merging. According to Don Nunamaker, Chuck Beardsley will migrate his commercial property management enterprise from its recent space at 606 State St. to offices inside the Nunamaker offices at 2495 Cascade Ave. Nunamaker […]

No Comments

Kerry Cobb to leave tourism marketing role for Chamber as of Feb. 15

Kerry Cobb, who has provided tourism promotion guidance to the county for three years, will end her contract with the Chamber of Commerce on Feb. 15. Paul Robinson, current president of the board of the Hood River County Chamber of Commerce, informed Chamber Executive Director Mike Glover on Feb. 4 via e-mail. Glover in turn […]

No Comments

Natural Medicine practice plans move to Hood River’s Heights

Trinity Natural Medicine is moving from White Salmon to offices at 1808 Belmont Ave. in Hood River. It will celebrate its relocation from 4 to 8 p.m. Jan. 31, with live music and a ribbon cutting with the Chamber of Commerce. Natural medicine? Well, for Trinity, that includes a variety of modalities, including traditional Asian […]

No Comments

Aesthetician Lively to join acupuncturist Clark at new May Street location

The Heights exerts ever greater appeal. Mary Lively, who has based her aesthetician services out of Flow Yoga/Day Spa on Third Street for the last 10 years, is moving south with co-worker Nikol Clark. Clark has purchased a craftsman-style home at 1029 May Street, which will house Lively’s practice and her own. They’ll open shared […]

No Comments

Mayor calls special Tuesday session, to plan for interim city manager’s early departure

Interim city manager Don Otterman has informed Mayor Arthur Babitz that he will need to terminate his contract at the end of the year, for personal health reasons. Babitz has called a special council meeting for 6 p.m. Tuesday to discuss the need to engage a second interim to serve until the city can finish […]

No Comments
Rss Feeds