The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) was met with no opposition during its public hearing in Stevenson on Thursday, Nov. 12. The hearing was held to discuss a proposed boundary expansion for the Stevenson Ridge National Resources Conservation Area (NRCA) near Table Mountain.
Klickitat County PUD commissioners will be presented KPUD staff’s recommendation for a two-stage retail electric rate increase in 2016 during public hearings the first part of next week.
The day after her final match as Columbia High’s girls soccer coach, Amy Kasenga was still processing the emotions that come from letting go of something she has built from the ground up over a 13-year career.
In an Oct. 21 letter to the president of Klickitat County PUD’s board of commissioners, the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs Yakama Agency issued a demand for payment of more than $65 million for calculated losses due to the Mile Marker 28 Fire of July 2013.
Outdoor education and stewardship opportunities along the White Salmon River increased for fifth-grade students at Wallace and Priscilla Stevenson Intermediate School.
U.S. Rep. Greg Walden (R-Ore.) spoke Friday, Nov. 6, at The Port of Hood River Marina Center about the recent “Bridges in National Scenic Areas” amendment, which passed the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday, Nov. 5.
The feasibility study for a new White Salmon swimming pool has taken a turn in a different direction concerning location.
Kula Chiropractic Sports & Wellness Center on Nov. 5 held its official Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand-opening celebration.
A lot of time has passed since a team from Lyle last played in a state volleyball tournament — 14 years, to be exact.
Lyle/Wishram’s comeback from a 24-point halftime deficit fell short last Friday as visiting Clallam Bay held on for a 54-38 victory in a WIAA 1B football tournament play-in game.
Tuesday night’s preliminary General Election returns showed White Salmon Mayor David Poucher on his way to winning a second re-election.
Skyline Hospital held its first Mammography Spa Day on Wednesday, Oct. 28, as a part of Breast Health awareness month. The day was booked with about 30 appointments and entailed mammogram screenings, a massage, treats, and goodie bags for participants.
The White Salmon Valley School District applied for a Clean Diesels rebate program Thursday, Oct. 29, through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to potentially replace three buses in the district’s bus fleet. The grant is lottery-based and provides a $25,000 rebate for each newly purchased bus.
Columbia High’s girls and boys cross country teams are going back to the WIAA 1A state meet in Pasco this Saturday.
Columbia High gutted out a five-set Senior Night victory over Castle Rock here on Oct. 27 to end its season with a two-match winning streak.
Members of the White Salmon Valley School Board followed up on suggestions made during their last meeting regarding drug use on Columbia High School’s campus.
A White Salmon man is suing the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office, the state Department of Social and Health Services, and a DSHS employee for negligence in their conduct of an investigation of alleged child sexual abuse in December 2012.
Mill A School District #31 will be seeing changes in the coming years. Most recently the school has acquired all new staff including superintendent and principal Dr. Benton Dorman, and teachers Anastasia Gavenas and Bob Rogers.
Winning back-to-back league championships at the high school level is a difficult feat because the lineups can change from year to year.
Columbia High snapped a three-game Trico League losing streak last Friday for its first league win: a 42-6 victory over Seton Catholic, in Camas.