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Columbia High Observes Veterans Day

In November 2010, after many years of hard work, U.S. Army veteran Jerry Smith and the White Salmon area’s American Legion Post, dedicated the “Walk of Honor” at the White Salmon Cemetery.

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Christmas Tree Permits Now On Sale On Forest

Skip the lot and explore the forest while finding this year’s holiday tree!

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Trio of Big Announcements Highlight Undewood Fruit Employees’ Benefit

Three big announcements were made last Friday night during Fruta del Fuego.

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Budgeting, Taxes Top Bingen Council Agenda

It may have been a long election night for some on Nov. 7, but it was business as usual for Bingen Mayor Betty Barnes and the Bingen City Council.

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As Winter Draws Near, White Salmon Adopts Snow Removal Plan

The White Salmon City Council and city staff, with the adoption of the Policy/Plan, establishes a high priority for maintaining safe traffic flow within the community during winter months.

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Girls at HMS Taking on the STEM World

The acronym STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

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Cub Scout Pack 384 Holding Annual Firewood Fundraiser

The families of Pack 384 have been hard at work preparing for their annual firewood fundraiser.

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LWK Draws Unbeaten Liberty for State Football Opener

Cougars Outlast Oroville Hornets, 32-22, in Winner-To-State Contest

Lyle/Wishram/Klickitat parlayed a 16-0 first quarter lead last Friday into its first state 11-man football tournament berth.

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Elks Awards Legion Post with $1,100 Grant

The Elks National Community Investments Program invests $12.3 million in Elks communities across the country through Lodge grants that help Elks meet local needs. One of the programs is called Gratitude Grants.

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Forum Looks at Wood Products Sector

This year’s Columbia Gorge Economic Symposium, organized by The Dalles-based Mid-Columbia Economic Development District, focused primarily upon the Columbia River Gorge region’s forest products industry.

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WSVSD Leaves Lights On For After-School Programs

About 120 kids consistently participate in after-school programs in the White Salmon Valley School District (WSVSD).

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Students Introduce Middle School Yearbook Club

On Oct. 26 the White Salmon Valley School District Board held it’s monthly meeting at the Henkle Middle School Library.

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Best-Selling Christian Author Speaking at Grace Baptist Church

Multi-published, best-selling Christian author Miralee Ferrell will share her journey from unknown writer to published author with a movie based on her newest book “Runaway Romance” at the Grace Baptist Church on Nov. 3 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

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Bulldogs Beat Bruins in Battle for District Berth

A 23-21 loss at home to Stevenson last Friday ended Columbia High’s 2017 football season.

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Insitu Thanks Fire Fighters

On a gorgeous Saturday afternoon, family and friends of firefighters and Insitu employees, as well as many locals, gathered at the Hood River Fairgrounds to say thank you to the firemen and first responders for their efforts in fighting the Eagle Creek Fire

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Underwood Fruit Fire Idles More Than 200 Workers

A press release from Klickitat County Emergency Management mid last week contained seriously bad news: “At approximately 5:45 this morning, Wednesday, October 18, 2017 an Industrial fire broke out at the Underwood Fruit & Warehouse Co. on the west end of Bingen, WA.”

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A Changing of the Guard: Mike Hepner Succeeding Tracy Wyckoff as Police Chief

A change is coming to the Bingen-White Salmon Police Department.

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Bruins Put Rockets to the Test

Home-court has been Columbia High’s firewall this 1A Trico League volleyball season.

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Health Fair A Success, Low-Cost Screenings Offered Thru October

On Friday, Oct. 20, health care professionals from around the Gorge took advantage of the beautiful fall day, ready to educate community members at Skyline Hospital’s annual Community Health Fair.

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Railroads, Gorge Officials Begin Dialogue

Representatives of the two major railroads that operate in the Columbia River Gorge and government leaders from around the area met on Sept. 28 in an effort to bridge communication gaps amid recent controversies.

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