Be honest, when you think of summer school, you think of spending a few weeks sitting in a blazing-hot classroom, bored out of your mind.
As if having the Dry Creek Fire camp next door wasn’t enough excitement for the kids attending summer school at Henkle Middle School, how about watching hand-made drones zip around the gym and the Columbia High School football field?
Tucked behind the White Salmon Valley Community Library and next to the parking lot of Bethel Congregational United Church of Christ, there’s a little red building, just a bit larger than a standard garden shed, where the hum of drills can be heard in combination with the excited and busy voices of children.
Brace yourselves, we’ve broken ground!” is what Doug and Christine Ellenberger posted on Every-body’s Brewing’s social media outlets on June 28.
Kelly Smith Regan’s venture with Tin Roof Barn has paid off.
In this final installment of our conversation with candidates for positions on the White Salmon City Council, the candidates turn their attention to consolidation with Bingen and the subject of philosophy on the role of local government in relation to its citizenry.
Everybody’s Brewing, of White Salmon, and Backwoods Brewing, of Carson, were among the winners of 2017 Washington Beer Awards, which were announced at the 12th annual Washington Brewers Festival on June 17 in Redmond.
Summer is here and for most high school students that means freedom. But for the 10 kids profiled here, it’s an opportunity to earn some cash and build their resumes with summer jobs.
Mt. Adams Little League selects All-Star teams
Summer is here and for most high school students that means freedom...but for some it’s an opportunity to earn some cash and build their resumes with summer jobs.
The night of July 4, the Port of Klickitat will host its annual do-it-yourself fireworks event at Bingen Point
The 13th annual Gorge Days celebration is taking place in North Bonneville, on Friday and Saturday, July 7-8.
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.