One can learn a lot about life from reading history and biography. Every personage of the past, with scrutiny, evolves into a paradox. Take a fellow like Wally Stevenson, who on first glance was a hard-nosed businessman.
Around 2,000 cyclists peddled into Lyle Sunday morning as the first stop of this year’s route for Cycle Oregon.
Bingen's 2014 Huckleberry Festival went off without a hitch last weekend with a parade led by the Lions Club and festivities in Daubenspeck Park.
Earlier last week, Margie Lemberger greeted customers at Margie’s Pot Shop in Bingen with some unfortunate news.
The White Salmon Lions Club will serve as grand marshals for the 2014 Huckleberry Festival, which runs Friday through Sunday in Bingen.
Whether it’s building a better burger in Napa Valley or cooking with cranberries in New York, Margee Berry has made the rounds when it comes to being competitive in the kitchen.
Life is pretty sweet for the chickens and turkeys of Scratch-A-Lot Farm in Mill A.
Life flows through Sunnybrook Farm.
Beautiful things come out of Susan Coulon’s basement. As the most consistently cool part of her White Salmon home, Coulon’s basement serves as the studio for Eyrie Road Flowers, which will be making an appearance at the White Salmon Farmers Market during the last two Tuesdays of July and in September.
Columbia Gorge Garlic has been with the White Salmon Farmers Market since the beginning.
Most people in White Salmon know Katie Layne as the bubbly owner of Katie’s MoJava in Bingen. What they might not know is that Layne is a Bombshell.
Even the youngest members of the community are helping out at the White Salmon Farmers Market.
A merchant marine and two archaeologists decide to start a farm… So goes the story of Stonework Farm, one of the newest vendors at the White Salmon Farmer’s Market, which held its first gathering of the season at Feast Market and Delicatessen on Tuesday, July 1.
For Colin and Kristin Franger it all started in a big blue bus.