School districts across Klickitat County are asking voters to turn out next month to support property tax levies that will help pay for school programming and maintenance and operations expenses that state basic education funding does not cover.
The results of a survey aimed at evaluating local interest in an expanded non-motorized trail system on the Lyle Cherry Orchard property show that a little more than half of Lyle residents who responded support more trails in the area.
Columbia High School will operate on a five-period trimester schedule beginning the 2014-2015 school year.
It’s settled. The White Salmon City Council on Jan. 2 affirmed its decision to privatize garbage collection in the city limits by authorizing a letter to the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (WUTC) that asks the state agency to assign a certificated vendor to take over the city’s service area.
Like some other technology companies in the Gorge, Zepher, Inc. is looking to expand its horizons.
The fate of Columbia High School’s schedule will be in the hands of the school board at their Jan. 23 meeting.
Klickitat County Fire Protection District No. 3 has denied all allegations made against it in Committee for Fair Taxation from Klickitat County Fire Protection District No. 3 v. Klickitat County Fire Protection District No. 3 and Klickitat County, et al, a lawsuit begun in Superior Court on Dec. 2.
The results of a survey pertaining to adding more trails to the Lyle Cherry Orchard property will be revealed and discussed at a meeting at the Lyle Activity Center on Jan. 22.
Editor’s note: In this edition of The Enterprise, we take a look back at the last six months of 2013 and the stories that made front-page news.
Emergency personnel responded to a single-vehicle rollover accident last Friday morning about three miles up Snowden Road in White Salmon.
Editor’s Note: In this edition of The Enterprise, we take a look back at the first six months of 2013 and the stories that made news.
There are hundreds of potential entrepreneurs taking advantage of the new Initiative 502 that passed last December making the recreational sale and use of marijuana legal for adults throughout the state, but in Klickitat County there have been 13 applications to produce, 11 to process, and four to sell it in a free and fair market, the waters of which have thus far been untested from a regulatory point of view until now.
All of us here at The White Salmon Enterprise wish you and yours a happy and safe holiday.
In February voters will get to decide whether or not to fund a $2.63 million levy approved by the White Salmon Valley School Board of Directors.
It’s now legal for state-licensed growers and processors to operate in all zoning districts in the unincorporated area of Klickitat County.