As expected, the White Salmon City Council last Wednesday re-pealed its back-in parking policy on downtown E Jewett Boulevard and added a new regulation that re-stricts the sizes of vehicles that can park on the south side of the street to 20 feet or less.
The non-partisan, five-member White Salmon City Council will comprise a majority of newcomers in the next term.
f you are a student at Columbia Gorge Community College you probably know Jim Pytel as the instructor of Renewable Energy Technology and not as Sifu Jim Pytel, the first black belt in Tum Pai Kajukenbo trained by Professor Scott Dinger.
About 50 local residents showed up at the Dallesport Community Center Monday evening to discuss a possible tribal housing project that could be built in the community.
Across the country, June is recognized as LGBTQ+Pride month in which nearly every major city hosts a Pride Parade.
During Scholarship Night on Tuesday, June 6, in Miller Memorial Gym in White Salmon, Columbia School’s Class of 2017 students received scholarships and other monetary awards totaling nearly $500,000.
Taking the time to properly go through books, notes and school supplies cannot only save you some dough for next year, it can help the environment.
Mark your calendars now for Friday and Saturday, June 23-24, when Gorge Blues & Brews Festival hits the Skamania County Fairgrounds in Stevenson.
If you have ever had a conversation with a librarian, you most likely discussed books and more likely what books you or they enjoy.
“Take what you need, give what you can.”
Welcome to June, and welcome to the first month of summer. The summer solstice this year will occur on June 20. The Sun will be as far north as it gets in our sky. Sunrise on June 20 will come at 5:15 a.m., and sunset will be at 9 p.m.
The White Salmon City Council is scrapping the city’s back-in parking policy on the south side of the E Jewett business district.
Three White Salmon-area swimmers made their competitive swimming debuts during Hood River Valley Swim Team’s annual Spring Sprinter Invitational, held the second week of May at the Hood River Aquatic Center.
Running White Salmon’s newest spot to snack on ice cream and sandwiches wasn’t something owner Katie Layne had anticipated, but now she sits at the front of Scoops & Smiles Monday through Saturday at her makeshift office-bench surveying the town.
By nature, Sue Kusch is an educator.