The Red Trillium Gallery is now open in Troutdale at 373 East Historic Columbia River Highway. The Red Trillium Gallery is a cooperative of 31 local professional artists selling high-quality art work across many media at affordable prices. Shoppers will discover original paintings, prints and cards plus a trove ofContinue Reading

Skyline Foundation recently received three grants totaling $315,000 to its Expanding on Excellence capital campaign, which supports Skyline Hospital’s Emergency Department renovation and expansion. The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust awarded the campaign $250,000, the Schreiber Family Charitable Foundation awarded $50,000 and the BNSF Foundation awarded $15,000. These grants along withContinue Reading

Happy New Year!! 2020 is sure to be full of adventures for us. We’ve decided to hike at least 52 hikes this year, one for each week. We’ll let you know if we succeed. We started off the new year by hiking around the Fort Cascades National Historic Site nearContinue Reading

The Port of Cascade Locks will be implementing the “Breezeby” Electronic Tolling beginning January 6, 2020. The Port of Cascade Locks Board of Commissioners has approved an intergovernmental agreement with the Port of Hood River to incorporate that Port’s electronic tolling system for the Bridge of the Gods, making oneContinue Reading

By Larry Kurtz I still remember the day I was finished. It was a lot more exciting than all those days, no, wait, years being built. That six years was miserable, except, as you’ll see, when I met Washington. I was beat on, poked, prodded, driven on, and just totallyContinue Reading

Caroline Bailey is the author of the blog, She can be found on Instagram and Facebook under the name: Barren to Blessed. Caroline survived a lethal infection at the age of eleven which led to a full hysterectomy. She is the youngest girl known to undergo a hysterectomy. Caroline’sContinue Reading

C&S Wholesale Grocers, Inc., the largest wholesale grocery supply company in the U.S., announced its support of Ahold Delhaize USA as it transitions to a self-distribution supply chain network over the next three years, continuing a 30-year relationship with Ahold Delhaize USA companies. C&S will continue to serve as theContinue Reading

Starting on Jan. 1, 2020, Oregon retail stores and restaurants can no longer provide single-use checkout bags. They also must, in most instances, charge at least five cents for paper bags (with 40% or more post-consumer recycled content), reusable plastic bags (4 mils thick) and reusable fabric bags although restaurantsContinue Reading

One love can change your life. One life can change the world. From the creators of I Can Only Imagine comes an inspiring love story for the ages: I STILL BELIEVE, based on the real-life story of chart-topping singer Jeremy Camp. The new movie from directors Jon and Andrew ErwinContinue Reading

The Renewal Workshop, the leading provider of circular solutions for apparel and textile brands, is announcing a $5.5M Series A financing round and expansion into Europe. The round is led by European venture capital and impact investors Social Impact Ventures, SHIFT Invest, and Quadia with participation from existing US investorsContinue Reading

Bridgeside’s location and professional staff can serve a lovely Gorge event with scenic Columbia River views. There are two options for private events. Bridgeside Terrace offers indoor and outdoor space on the lower level of Bridgeside, overlooking the Columbia River next to the historic Bridge of the Gods in CascadeContinue Reading

Columbia River Gorge residents are gearing up for the 28th annual silent auction and dinner at the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum in Stevenson, Saturday, March 14th, 2020. This year the theme is The 80’s. “The response from area business has been fantastic so far”. Many members of the boardContinue Reading

By Jordan Horn Whether it is a large corporation or a small mom and pop, cash flow management is critical to ensure long term success for your business. Even with operational revenue if cash is mismanaged your organization will not succeed. Businesses experience lags between the time you pay suppliersContinue Reading

Eighty-one percent of Oregon’s eligible fifth- and sixth-grade students participated in the statewide Oregon State University Extension Service Outdoor School program in the 2018-19 school year, according to a new Oregon State University Extension Service report. A total of 37,965 students took part in Outdoor School, spending a total ofContinue Reading