The Mt. Adams Chamber of Commerce celebrated the grand opening of Chambers Family Chiropractic with a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 23.
After starting out as a men’s hairstylist in 1975, Strawberry Mountain Salon owner Connie Riley decided it was time to put down the scissors, unplug the hairdryer, sell her salon, and embrace retirement.
Running White Salmon’s newest spot to snack on ice cream and sandwiches wasn’t something owner Katie Layne had anticipated, but now she sits at the front of Scoops & Smiles Monday through Saturday at her makeshift office-bench surveying the town.
A new business in town! Actually an existing one. Milestone Nursery, located at 620 Highway #14, has turned over the reins to new owners Matt Kotwasinski and Jen Wykstra; who have renamed the wholesale nursery “French’s Farm.”
Even before the Trout Lake Clinic broke ground across the street from the grocery last summer, there was a rumor circulating about a doctor who was planning to move to the area to setup shop.
With employee shuttle
A new shuttle from Vancouver to Bingen has Insitu employees riding in style with the launch of its chartered commuter bus: Eagle One.
Fifty years ago, when Tom McCall became Oregon’s governor, and Portland’s Memorial Coliseum featured Jefferson Airplane, The Doors and The Monkees, an Oregon destination hotel was born. Enduring as one of Oregon’s most popular, hospitable lodging establishments, the Best Western Plus Hood River Inn, turns 50 years old in 2017.
After two years of banning new and existing marijuana businesses from expanding, the Klickitat Planning Commission needs more time.
Businesses in downtown White Salmon are shaking things up this month.
Local business owners have some kinks to iron out with the City of White Salmon before endorsing the Police Department’s move downtown.
If composting could be considered cooking with microbes, then Dallesport’s Dirt Hugger is working with a winning recipe.
Lunch-goers hankering for tacos now have an option north of Bingen to satisfy south of the border cravings.
Starting last month, the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) changed its requirements for medical marijuana patients. Medical patients must now hold recognition cards issued by medical marijuana distributors.
The “sweet little business” serving drinks, gourmet hot dogs, and live music, held its last musical hurrah last Friday. Bingen’s Growlerz, located off Steuben Street, closed its doors just shy of two years after opening.
Republic Services, Inc. and Lab USA unveiled a state-of-the-art ash metal recovery facility on June 14 at the Roosevelt Regional Landfill.