Anyone who walks, runs, bikes, or just lives in White Salmon is invited to an open house seeking input on the creation of maps that would show walking routes through the area.
Craig Rundell wants his students to be strong, steady, and relaxed.
The White Salmon Farmers Market saw growth in multiple areas last summer, including gross sales totals for vendors.
Fiona Grabb, 5, peeks under the White Salmon Christmas tree during the “I’m Dreaming of a White Salmon” holiday celebration and tree lighting festival Saturday night. Children were able to select a small present from under the tree while others roasted marshmallows and sipped hot cocoa and cider before the tree became illuminated with holiday spirit.
Max Fletcher was there when the bombs fell.
Jackson Porter, 8, of Bingen, is in the spirit of giving this holiday season and we want to hear about yours, too.
A tom turkey directed traffic on Northwest Loop Road recently, but he had better move along as the late fall turkey hunting season is set to run this year between Nov. 20 and Dec. 15, according to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Every year churches and civic organizations all over the country box up miscellaneous items and send them to be distributed to children across the globe.
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.
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.