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Dallesport’s Dirt Hugger earns praise

If composting could be considered cooking with microbes, then Dallesport’s Dirt Hugger is working with a winning recipe.

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El Riconcito Express brings Bingen eats to White Salmon

Lunch-goers hankering for tacos now have an option north of Bingen to satisfy south of the border cravings.

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State launches medical marijuana database, recognition cards

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.

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Growlerz hosting final hurrah

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.

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Republic Services unveils new ash metal recovery facility

Republic Services, Inc. and Lab USA unveiled a state-of-the-art ash metal recovery facility on June 14 at the Roosevelt Regional Landfill.

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Oregon edible sales not biting local pot shop

Last Thursday, Oregon recreational marijuana users were offered a wider scope of choices. June 2 marked the expanded sales of low dose pot-infused edibles, extracts, and non-psychoactive topical products in Oregon’s recreational marijuana shops. In May of this year, Oregon’s Legislature approved the expanded sale of marijuana products.

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Carson’s Backwoods Brewing expands operation to Stevenson

Pallets of hundreds of empty beer cans wait, resting amongst a hum of steady commotion and scattered brewing material. Each sheet is composed of cans stacked one on top of another, layered like a cubic aluminum cake, their copper-orange sheen soon to be filled with Carson’s Backwoods Brewing Company Copperline Amber beer.

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Humboldt neighborhood residents conflicted over Bingen’s new smoke shop

Bingen’s new Indian tobacco retailer, Big River Indian Smoke Shop, drew comments of criticism and concern from neighbors during Bingen’s City Council meeting last Tuesday, March 1.

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Taking night out for schools, businesses to donate to foundation

Beneventi’s, Everybody’s, Feast, Harvest Market, Henni’s, Pioneer Pizza, and the White Salmon Valley Education Foundation (WSVEF) invite you to shop locally, and dine locally to support education, with the “Night out for Schools” on Thursday, March 10.

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Tetrahedron Winery tasting room opens in Lyle

At least 50 well-wishers were on hand to witness the ribbon cutting ceremony at the Tetrahedron Winery tasting room in beautiful downtown Lyle.

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Judges say: Blue Bus Cultured Foods is Good Food

Blue Bus Cultured Foods will now have the honor of sporting a new embellishment on its Shakedown Beet, Kraut-chi, and Cortido fermented products: a Good Foods Award sticker.

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Tarwater Tavern serving up prohibition era cocktails, late night entertainment

Tarwater Tavern, located in downtown White Salmon, is now officially open.

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Everybody’s brews into Chefs Week

Chefs Week PDX, the week-long culinary event held throughout Portland, pairs West Coast and local chefs to collaborate on dinners, desserts, and parties. This year, Chefs Week PDX invited two breweries to join the fun. Everybody’s Brewing (White Salmon), and Double Mountain (Hood River) were each paired with prominent Portland chefs to create a beer together.

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Hospital Board hires agent to spearhead clinic purchase talks in clinic purchase

The Board of Commissioners of Skyline Hospital passed a resolution Tuesday morning, Jan. 6, in regard to the potential purchase of NorthShore Medical Group assets after the topic was previously addressed during a December 2015 meeting.

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Bingen sees dining choices in town dwindle

The city of Bingen saw some changes toward the end of this year in terms of what’s offered in town for quick bites with the closure of two burger joints. Killer Burger, which was located downtown between Growlerz and an Insitu space, and McDonald’s, at 910 W Steuben St., closed their Bingen location doors for good Nov. 30.



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