The last few weeks have been busy for Vic Wild. Winning two gold medals in the span of four days during the winter Olympics in Russia in the men’s Parallel Giant Slalom and Parallel Slalom, closing ceremonies, and the wave of media attention directed at the first American-born athlete to compete for Russia has led Wild to refer to it all as “the busiest time of my life.”
Niki Phelps takes in a snowy walk with his Chihuahua, Toby, on Thursday.
As the big thaw continues, the winter of 2013/14 will go down in the record books after three unprecedented February snow and ice storms in just five days blanketed the region.
Roger Mortensen has been retired from education for years, but somehow he still manages to find himself inside schools.
One just had to drive up Snowden last week to see a winter wonderland.
Like some other technology companies in the Gorge, Zepher, Inc. is looking to expand its horizons.
Christine Ellenberger chats with visitors to Everybody’s Brewing table at the Mt. Adams Chamber of Commerce Business and Community Fair held at Skyline Hospital last Thursday.
White Salmon begins to come alive with light after the sun goes down on a recent evening.
For the first time this year the youngest Lego-leaguers at Henkle Middle School will join their older counterparts at the state competition.
Luke Bradford has poured his heart into the making of wine.
Kevin Horton Schleicher, 16, stands with the “Bingen Welcomes You” sign on the east side of town that he spent more than a year designing and building along with a second sign on the west side of town.
On any given day, Courtney Road can be associated with beautiful views of the Gorge and the Coyote Wall trailhead at its base.
All of us here at The White Salmon Enterprise wish you and yours a happy and safe holiday.
The City of White Salmon has agreed to financially support a travel tour package project to draw tourists to Klickitat County throughout the year.