From blueprints to brick and mortar, Klickitat County’s new building director has been on both sides of the county’s building spectrum.
Since the late 19th century artists have worked outdoors – or en plein air – at paint-splattered easels and battling the elements to capture the beauty of nature. Pacific Northwest Plein Air event keeps this tradition alive in the Columbia River Gorge.
This past year, Darvel and I have been doing a lot of bushwhacking and exploring for big trees in three states.
The 2016 season for the White Salmon City Pool is quickly drawing to a close.
Tuesday evenings have been a busy affair at Rhinegarten Park this summer, since the move of the White Salmon Farmers’ Market.
It was a warm and windy Saturday afternoon on which the agitated husband yelled at the first emergency medical responder to arrive at the scene of the car-bus accident. His wife, who was driving, got ejected from the driver’s seat and came to rest on her back, just outside the open door.
The City of White Salmon’s effort to secure a long-term source of drinking water for its customers got a boost in May.
Ten rafts, brimming with locals and extended family, put in from Wet Planet’s launch site last Wednesday morning to view the White Salmon River’s continued metamorphosis.
Maryhill Winery & Amphitheater will host The United States Navy Band Country Current, the Navy’s premier country-bluegrass ensemble, in the winery’s amphitheater on Sunday, Aug. 28.
Hannah and Jessica Polkinghorn run, jump, and throw
On July 9 and 10, Hannah and Jessica Polkinghorn, both of White Salmon, competed in the USA Track and Field Junior Olympics Region 13 Champion-ships in Seattle.
A sharp conflict of opinion between the Klickitat County Fair Board and designated Fair Queen Kassandra Wedgwood has led to the teen resigning her post almost simultaneous to her picture appearing on the cover of 6,300 copies of the 2016 Fair Premium Book.
Before the Bingen-White Salmon Police Department starts issuing citations for illegal parking on the south side of downtown Jewett Boulevard next month, Police Chief Tracy Wyckoff is hoping motorists will have adapted to the city’s new back-in angle parking policy.
The Mt. Adams Institute has received a $499,000 AmeriCorps grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) to support 58 AmeriCorps members in the successful career development programs: VetsWork Environment, VetsWork GreenCorps and Public Lands Stewards.
The White Salmon River Fest celebrates the White Salmon River, the communities, and the natural and cultural history that surrounds this watershed. The annual event will be held on July 12 and 13.
The Mt. Adams Institute based in Trout Lake was recently recognized as the 2015 Forest Service Volunteers & Service Citizen Stewardship & Partnership Award winner for its innovative VetsWork program.