Every year bald eagles congregate along the Columbia River in search of food during their winter migration.The Dalles Dam Visitor Center is a popular site for visitors to see bald eagles in their natural habitat.
Salmon throughout most of Washington are in trouble, and will need continued investment by state, federal and local organizations if they are to be saved, according to a report released this month by the Governor’s Salmon Recovery Office.
White Salmon’s administrative and clerical staff will begin moving their departments back into the City Hall building at 100 N Main Ave. on Friday, Jan. 20.
The White Salmon Valley School District’s schedule is shifting two days in June (so far) to accommodate this year’s unusually high tally of snow days.
The three-year-old issue of moving the Police Department downtown is still pushing the wrong buttons for some residents of the Bingen-White Salmon, and greater surrounding areas.
Commuters zipping past the Dock Grade hill on State Route 14 may have noticed the little mystery cottage adjacent to the power station. This year will be its last.
Local business owners have some kinks to iron out with the City of White Salmon before endorsing the Police Department’s move downtown.
The Washington Salmon Recovery Funding Board announced this month the award of $14.6 million in grants for projects to restore salmon habitat in an effort to bring the iconic fish back from the brink of extinction.
After sending two promising applicants to the Police academy this summer, only one has made the cut to join the Bingen-White Salmon Police Department.
Year’s end is a time for reflection on the work that has been done and the work that remains unfinished. It’s true for individuals and businesses, and for governments at all levels.
If composting could be considered cooking with microbes, then Dallesport’s Dirt Hugger is working with a winning recipe.
Plans for improving sidewalks and parking on Bingen’s Humboldt Street have been suspended till adequate funding is available.
Back in the early 1990s, a little-known entity called the Klickitat County Regional Transportation Policy Organization identified replacement of the aging Hood River Bridge as a transportation imperative, in a regional transportation plan (RTP) for the county prepared in conjunction with and by the Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Council (SWRTC) based in Vancouver. The RTP was last updated in 2014.
Law enforcement agencies across the state are participating in extra patrols aimed at getting DUI drivers off the roads over this holiday season from Dec. 15 to Jan. 1.
If local author Jack Stembridge had thrown away his text from twenty years ago, “The Best Christmas Yet” would have never happened.