Several opportunities remain to greet Hood River candidates

Hey, apologies that the Buzz hasn’t had more frequent or timely coverage of the local election. Yours truly has been dealing with some medical issues, hence, more personally pressing...

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Event recaps highlight agenda of monthly downtown business meeting

For those of you who have business interests in downtown Hood River and aren’t already on Jenny Cohen’s e-mail list, we’ll share the agenda for the next casual meeting,...

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Van Meter building changes hands; new owner plans enhancements

The owners of 2nd Wind Sports, Discover Bicycles and Sustain Interiors have a new landlord. Commercial real estate agent Greg Colt has confirmed the sale of the former Van Meter...

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Nov. 18 forum will help value-added food producers get cookin’

Growing quality produce is one thing at which Gorge farmers — large and small — have proven themselves quite talented. Turning those products into other products, however, is what economic...

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Visitor industry hopes for good publicity after welcoming group of writers

Five writers with links to large-circulation publications toured Hood River and the Gorge earlier this week. Nicole Backus, interim executive director with the Columbia Gorge Winegrowers Association, said the...

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Add your vote to The Weather Guy’s Hood River election poll

While we’ve been goofing off at the coast, Larry Spellman has been single-handedly making sure that Hood River has weather — and a place to share preferences as we...

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Good news on cider front, with coming Camp and major grant

If you’re excited about the emergence of the local hard cider sector, then you’ll want to lift a pint to a couple news items that add further legitimacy to...

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