From blueprints to brick and mortar, Klickitat County’s new building director has been on both sides of the county’s building spectrum.
This past year, Darvel and I have been doing a lot of bushwhacking and exploring for big trees in three states.
Ten rafts, brimming with locals and extended family, put in from Wet Planet’s launch site last Wednesday morning to view the White Salmon River’s continued metamorphosis.
Hannah and Jessica Polkinghorn run, jump, and throw
On July 9 and 10, Hannah and Jessica Polkinghorn, both of White Salmon, competed in the USA Track and Field Junior Olympics Region 13 Champion-ships in Seattle.
A sharp conflict of opinion between the Klickitat County Fair Board and designated Fair Queen Kassandra Wedgwood has led to the teen resigning her post almost simultaneous to her picture appearing on the cover of 6,300 copies of the 2016 Fair Premium Book.
Nestled off Little Mountain Road, and housed in the old Trout Lake School building is Camp Jonah, a nonprofit, Christian based organization offering themed camps and retreats for participants throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Hospital board authorizes purchase of medical group’s buildings and lease-back to clinic
The board of commissioners for Skyline Hospital unanimously passed a resolution last Wednesday, May 11, authorizing the Hospital District’s chief executive officer to execute a real estate purchase agreement to buy the NorthShore Medical Group buildings located at 212 Skyline Dr.
The Soroptimist Of Mt. Adams is extremely honored to be selected as this year’s Spring Festival Parade Grand Marshals as they are passionate about serving and representing the community.
A little over six months ago, Bugs Hill didn’t know he had applied to participate in the Honor Flight Network until his son Dennis Hill told him he’d been accepted.
Soroptimist International of Mt. Adams held its annual awards presentations this past March at the Columbia High School Library to honor some local women.
Between jobs was where Forest Hofer found himself a little over 23 years ago, after the hospital management company he worked for went under.
On 30th anniversary of his death
April 17, 2016. Late Klickitat County Deputy Sheriff Michael J. McNabb would be in his third decade of law enforcement in the county. At 56, he might have already achieved his goal of be-coming sheriff of the county in which he grew up and returned to in 1981 after completing his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, with an emphasis on law enforcement.
Longtime White Salmon resident F. Stuart Chapin, Jr., known to his friends as “Stuart,” celebrated his 100th birthday on April 1.
An eclectic assortment of amber glass bottles, vials of medicine, and circular plastic tubs were neatly arranged on the table in front of a small gathering of attentive locals.
Ecologist Terry Chapin finds native Alaskan communities prefer solving own problems to taking handouts from the government
Growing up, Stuart Chapin III, or Terry, remembered visiting his grandmother in White Salmon, before he and his family moved to the area. Now, after retiring from the University of Alaska as a professor of ecology in the biology department, Chapin has been studying the effects of global warming on boreal native populations outside of Fairbanks, Alaska.