A lease that would have allowed a recreational marijuana shop to locate at the park-and-ride next to the Hood River Toll Bridge fell through following a White Salmon City Council vote last Wednesday.
Earlier last week, Margie Lemberger greeted customers at Margie’s Pot Shop in Bingen with some unfortunate news.
The same day White Salmon residents heard from the Federal Railroad Administration, Washing-ton State Department of Ecology, and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Corporation on oil train transport through the Gorge, the U.S. Department of Transportation made moves on changing standards governing tank cars nationwide.
On Tuesday, July 15, Bart Cohn strolled into Margie’s Pot Shop in Bingen and became the first person to ever purchase legal recreational marijuana in Klickitat County.
After years of working as a pharmacist, Margie Lemberger finally has her own drug store.
For Colin and Kristin Franger it all started in a big blue bus.
Bingen city officials have started examining how to regulate new mobile restaurants that might roll into town.
A little more than a month following its 20th anniversary, Insitu opened the doors to its new facility last Thursday.
Those receiving food stamp benefits will be able to use them at the White Salmon Farmers’ Market when it opens on July 1.
The crater next to Feast Market and Delicatessen will not prohibit the White Salmon Farmers’ Market from opening there next month.
In a matter of days, Insitu employees will begin moving into the nearly complete Eagle Point.
Like every other farm in the history of farming, Acadian Farm in Carson grows vegetables.
Four potential marijuana retailers will continue the licensing process through the Washington Liquor Control Board after it was determined that a lottery to narrow the playing field was not needed in Klickitat County last week.
Klickitat County’s first licensed marijuana production and processing facility is officially up and running.
The company that collects and disposes of most of Klickitat County’s residential and commercial solid waste is seeking an average 20.1 percent increase in the rates it charges its customers.