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.
Those receiving food stamp benefits will be able to use them at the White Salmon Farmers’ Market when it opens on July 1.
Cowboys tried to stay on bucking broncos at the 80th annual Ketchum Kalf Rodeo in Glenwood last Sunday.
Columbia High School 2014 graduates (top to bottom) Corrie Brending, Omar Guzman, and Imelda Quintana head for a Miller Gym exit following the conclusion of CHS’s commencement.
A sun-filled Saturday made for the perfect setting for this year's Spring Festival.
Photo: Daniel Whitten and Taylor Wiley place pennies on name plates along the Walk of Honor at the White Salmon Cemetery on Memorial Day.
Law enforcement officers from across the Columbia River Gorge and members of the Bingen and White Salmon community gathered at Fireman’s Park last week to honor those who protect, serve, and some who have made the ultimate sacrifice to do so.
The scene at the Bingen skate park was joyous as kids of all ages skated, scooted, and explored the new addition that was finally declared complete last Tuesday.
Students from multiple schools on both sides of the Columbia River got to learn about everything from sheep shearing and wool spinning to composting and garden planting at the Garden Symposium at Columbia High School on Earth Day.