In a 3-2 split, the White Salmon City Council voted down a motion to adopt Mayor David Poucher’s proposed declaration of diversity and inclusiveness.
WS librarian checks out after 22 years
After steering the White Salmon Valley Community Library (WSVCL) for 22 years, branch manager and community librarian Jennifer Hull announced this month she will be taking on her next grand voyage: retirement.
While he is a supporter of President Donald J. Trump’s immigration and deportation policies, Klickitat County Sheriff Bob Songer said federal enforcement agents have not contacted him about KCSO’s possible participation in their nationwide immigration enforcement emphasis.
A rotary screw trap for fisheries research is being temporarily installed again this year on the lower White Salmon River.
After sitting idle and buried under snow throughout the winter months, activity has resumed again at the site of the new Northshore Medical Group building off State Route 14, east of the Hood River Bridge.
Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) delivered its preferred design solution for Carson’s Wind River Road and SR 14 intersection: a roundabout.
State Route 14’s growing collection of potholes has routine drivers more than shaken up over the road’s poor condition.
The Underwood Community Gardens begins its fifth year with exciting plans for community gardening as well as various workshops and presentations – both on-site and off-site. All are open to the general public.
Although it was a fierce competition, only a few teams walked away as wind turbine champions as students from around the Gorge took part in the 4th annual Google Wind Challenge at the Fort Dalles Readiness Center in The Dalles.
It was a good news, bad news kind of meeting for Klickitat County Emergency Medical Services District No. 1’s board of directors.
A change of scenery for White Salmon’s Gorge MakerSpace is fueling creative growth for the blossoming tech program.
This year’s Book Sale hosted by the Friends of the White Salmon Valley Community Library will be extended by one full day to a three-day sale rather than the two day sale of years past.
Hecomovich Field was almost snow-free on Monday. But, it snowed on Tuesday, so the field once again got some unwanted moisture.
Probably the most marked improvement in Columbia High’s varsity baseball team this year will be in its pitching staff.
Our Congressional Representative, Jaime Herrera Beutler, declined to hold town hall meetings during last week’s Presidents’ Day recess. She found time, however, to hold a closed-to-the-public gathering at swanky Skamania Lodge in Stevenson last Wednesday.
Winter’s still in session, which means a final district schedule is still being hammered out.
Columbia High School students name bear mascot.
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Businesses in downtown White Salmon are shaking things up this month.
In Stevenson-Carson area
Drivers will soon notice new speed limit signs on State Route 14 east of Stevenson.