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Pool study schedule calls for late April delivery

The Enterprise The consulting engineer preparing a pool feasibility study for the City of White Salmon plans to deliver a draft of the study to the City Council on April 30 and present the study’s preliminary findings publicly for the first time during the council’s first meeting in May.

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WS looking to locate unrecorded hook-ups to its water system

Are there connections to the City of White Salmon water system that the city doesn’t know about?

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DNR offering wildfire prep information for communities

With conditions ripe for another active season of wildfires, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR)...

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History comes to life, sort of, at WSV School Board meeting

History came to life in the form of a wax museum presented by Mrs. Dennis and Mrs. Eddy’s fifth-grade class during last Thursday’s White Salmon Valley School District board of directors meeting...

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Marijuana moratorium coming back to Klickitat County Board for review

The question of continuing a moratorium on the production, processing, and retail sale of marijuana in unincorporated Klickitat County will be put to the board of commissioners during an April 14 public hearing in Goldendale...

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What’s in the sky - April

Welcome to April! Our first full month of spring is a time for flowers blooming and birds singing. It also brings warmer evening temperatures, and a more comfortable time to check out the stellar displays after darkness falls...

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Dig, pull, bag for NW invasive plant control

The Pacific Northwest Invasive Plant Council (PNW-IPC) held an Identification, Early Detection and Reporting (EDRR) Training session last Saturday at the White Salmon Public Library to inform citizens about invasive plants and how to manage them...

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One taken to hospital after roll-over car accident

Roll-over accident sends driver to hospital March 28th...

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Local farmers’ markets looking for new vendors

Spring is in the air and farmers’ market season is just around the corner. There are nine markets throughout the Gorge preparing to open in the coming months and they need more vendors. People with backyard garden surplus, a few...

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Bipartisan Erin’s Law making its way through Legislature

First-term Washington State Representative Gina McCabe of Goldendale still has four of her sponsored bills alive in the 2015 legislative session. One of those bills — House Bill 2183 (Erin’s Law) — was brought to her...

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Secure schools, county payments reintroduced as two-year extension

U.S. Rep. Greg Walden (R-Ore.) introduced a two-year extension of the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act Tuesday in an effort to help 33 cash-strapped rural counties maintain essential services. He expects the House to approve the funding, which received...

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Local farmers’ markets looking for new vendors

Spring is in the air and farmers’ market season is just around the corner. There are nine markets throughout the Gorge preparing to open in the coming months and they need more vendors. People with backyard garden surplus, a few...

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Senate committee hears McCabe’s ‘One Business, One Vet’ bill

Rep. Gina McCabe’s legislation to increase veteran employment in Washington state continues to move through the Legislature. The Senate Commerce and Labor Committee held a public hearing...

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City, county officials restart riverfront park discussion

Is a riverfront park in White Salmon's future?

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Interest in early childhood education sought for Lyle, Dallesport communities

Three entities are exploring the possibility of bringing an Early Childhood and Education Assist-ance Program (ECEAP) back to serve the Lyle and Dallesport area, but are in need of qualifying parents to express interest first.

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