The City of Bingen and BNSF Railway established a memorandum of understanding last week for the City to house a BNSF Fire Response Trailer within city limits.
The paving of State Route 14 through Bingen, White Salmon, and Stevenson starts next Tuesday night, July 5, near the turnoff for SR 141 Alternate (the Underwood Cut-off).
The 12th annual Gorge Days celebration is taking place in North Bonneville next Friday and Saturday, July 8-9.
The night of July 4, the Port of Klickitat will host its annual do-it-yourself fireworks event at Bingen Point.
Helicopter activity will resume in the upper Catherine and Major Creek areas as part of a project to restore historic forest types in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area.
Tolls for Bridge of the Gods crossings will be going up next month for out-of-town users.
A series of unfortunate events surrounding State Route 14 in the Columbia Gorge is leading the Washington State Department of Transportation to schedule a contractor to come in and repair damage to the roadway.
Nestled off Little Mountain Road, and housed in the old Trout Lake School building is Camp Jonah, a nonprofit, Christian based organization offering themed camps and retreats for participants throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Republic Services, Inc. and Lab USA unveiled a state-of-the-art ash metal recovery facility on June 14 at the Roosevelt Regional Landfill.
Maryhill Winery’s vine covered terrace concerts offer free live music from some great Pacific Northwest performers from 1 to 5 p.m. all summer.
Close to 5,000 state delegates and alternates not counting the 15,000 members of the media will file into Cleveland, Ohio’s Quicken Loans Arena next month to officially nominate the Republican Party’s presidential candidate during the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Tucked in the northern corner of Blue Bus Cultured Foods’ Shop is a new blue vehicle: The Huck Truck.
During Scholarship Night on Tuesday, June 7, in Miller Memorial Gym in White Salmon, Columbia School’s Class of 2016 students received scholarships and other monetary awards totaling over $400,000.
This Saturday’s 14th annual Mt. Adams Country Bicycle Tour (MACBT) will be another opportunity to ride the beautiful Mt Adams Country with well marked routes, rest stops, safe sag support, and, of course, wonderful weather.
The White Salmon Farmers’ market opens for the 2016 season on Tuesday, June 21, from 4 to 7 p.m. in Rhinegarten Park.
A column of smoke scarred the sky early Friday afternoon after a Union Pacific oil train, containing Bakken crude oil from Idaho on its way to Tacoma, derailed in Mosier on tracks paralleling Interstate 84 near Mosier’s wastewater treatment plant. No injuries have been reported as a result of the accident.
Back-in parking will soon be the norm on the south side of Jewett Boulevard in downtown White Salmon. The City Council unanimously passed an amendment to the parking code on June 1 that calls for back-in parking on Jewett’s south side between S 1st Avenue and the entrance to the Hi-School Pharmacy and Ace Hardware carpark.
Last Thursday, Oregon recreational marijuana users were offered a wider scope of choices. June 2 marked the expanded sales of low dose pot-infused edibles, extracts, and non-psychoactive topical products in Oregon’s recreational marijuana shops. In May of this year, Oregon’s Legislature approved the expanded sale of marijuana products.
Imagine a car race where there are no engines roaring, no smell of exhaust and no clouds of smoke from squealing tires. Then imagine a race where many of the cars resemble pod-racers from Star Wars, and you’d begin to have an idea of what an Electrathon America event looks like.
Each year, thousands of Washingtonians go fishing – legally – without a license on "Free Fishing Weekend," scheduled for June 11-12.