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.
Roger Mortensen has been retired from education for years, but somehow he still manages to find himself inside schools.
Like some other technology companies in the Gorge, Zepher, Inc. is looking to expand its horizons.
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.
Shortages in funding to the Columbia River Gorge Commission are leading to compromises in terms of how effective the agency can be when it comes to addressing the planning needs of the National Scenic Area, according to its executive director.
Justin Black, owner of Dr. Roscoe's Holistic Bike Repair, cuts the ribbon officially opening his shop at 209 W. Steuben Street in Bingen with his wife, Kate Black; daughter, Lynette, 7; nephew, and Dylan, 4.
Klickitat County Commissioners are seeking public comment on whether to continue, lift, or partially lift a moratorium on the production, processing, and sale of marijuana in the county’s unincorporated areas.
This two-story, 23,286-square-foot building being built on Lot 10 on Bingen Point will house Zepher, Inc., operations.