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.
Justin Black, owner of Dr. Roscoe's Holistic Bike Repair, cuts the ribbon officially opening his shop at 209 W. Steuben Street in Bingen with his wife, Kate Black; daughter, Lynette, 7; nephew, and Dylan, 4.
Santa Claus, joined by a group of youngsters from the lower White Salmon River Valley and members of the Husum Volunteer Fire Department, performs a customary unbuckling of a fire hose during a stopover on Dec. 3 at Klickitat Couty Fire District No. 3’s Husum Fire Station.
Columbia High School students recently helped unload Christmas trees at Dickey Farms in Bingen for a few community service hours.
A rafter of turkeys nonchalantly make their way across Dock Grade Road on a rainy Tuesday morning.
For the past 22 weeks, Lee Lynn Thompson has been taking care of 52 mischievous, meandering, crop-munching, fence-jumping, gobbling occupants of the small farm she leases off of Cook-Underwood Road.
The White Salmon Cemetery’s Walk of Honor was lined with Columbia High School students paying their respects to the local veterans present and those who made the ultimate sacrifice last Friday.
Enjoying a refreshing beer from Everybody’s Brewing here, enjoying it there, and enjoying it just about anywhere just became a possibility thanks to the new canning operation in White Salmon’s premier brew pub.
For the first time in 12 years, Columbia High found itself in a football game with post-season implications.