“Splash.” That’s the title of the three-dimensional metal art installation that sometime this summer should be gracing the giant, visible canvas that is the face of White Salmon’s Hi-School Pharmacy.
Northwest Farm Credit Services has award the Lyle School District a $1,000 Northwest FCS Rural Community Grant.
Soroptimist International of Mt. Adams held its annual awards presentations this past March at the Columbia High School Library to honor some local women.
Columbia High divided its two Southwest Washington 1A League girls tennis meets here last week but retained its place atop the standings.
With employee shuttle
A new shuttle from Vancouver to Bingen has Insitu employees riding in style with the launch of its chartered commuter bus: Eagle One.
Earlier this month, a team of eleven and twelve-year olds participated in Destination Imagination’s Show and Tech Division at Oregon’s State Destination Imagination competition. Upon completing the event, team DA SOS Peepo had secured a spot to compete at the final event of the season in Tennessee at Global Finals next month.
Bingen’s City Council, once lacking members, is now at full capacity with five occupied seats after the recent swearing in of the council’s newest member: Ryan O’Connor.
The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is beginning work to create a forest management plan for the newly created Klickitat Community Forest. Because the forest will be managed with the community, the agency will meet with the public and an advisory committee as they develop the plan.
As part of Earth Day celebrations, a trash clean-up, weed-pull and Boot Brush Kick-Off event is planned for 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 22, at the City of White Salmon’s popular stream corridor and urban-wildland natural area, Jewett Creek.
Non-profits in the Gorge have gained another ally with Columbia Gorge Women’s Action Network recently stepping up its community outreach game. The group has decided to distribute monthly collections of donations to a chosen non-profit.
Find, pull on, and lace up your walking shoes for next weekend’s March for Science in White Salmon.
Fifty years ago, when Tom McCall became Oregon’s governor, and Portland’s Memorial Coliseum featured Jefferson Airplane, The Doors and The Monkees, an Oregon destination hotel was born. Enduring as one of Oregon’s most popular, hospitable lodging establishments, the Best Western Plus Hood River Inn, turns 50 years old in 2017.
The Gorge WET bus starts April 15 as a Dog Mountain Shuttle service. Due to the safety issues at Dog Mountain, the WET bus will shuttle visitors on Saturday and Sunday from April 15 to June 18.
A wet month of March put a damper on the start of Columbia High’s 2017 softball season. Standing water on Bruin Ballpark’s infield made conducting full practices outdoors impossible for the Bru-ins during the season’s first weeks. Moreover, the team lost its first six games (three double-headers) to weather cancellation.
The city of White Salmon’s first cottage in-fill residential project received City Council permission last Wednesday to proceed with the 10-lot development.
Local law enforcement agencies agreed they wouldn’t be adopting any of the American Civil Liberties Union’s nine model policies any time soon.
Drivers who use State Route 14 through the Columbia River Gorge should plan for possible delays for emergency pavement-repair work.
Chase Green, a student at Klickitat High School, recently served as a page in the Washington State House of Representatives. He was sponsored by Rep. Norm Johnson, R-Yakima.
On Tuesday night, March 14, Klickitat County Sheriff Bob Songer thanked the Klickitat County Search & Rescue volunteers at the annual appreciation dinner in Goldendale.
Junior Adam Goodwillie threw a complete-game shutout here last Friday to lead Columbia High past Fort Vancouver in non-league baseball action.