On Monday, Aug. 21, millions of people will descend upon central Oregon to be in the “path of totality” of the total solar eclipse, according to Oregon state officials.
The 2016 presidential election was for many a time to try and remember their high school civics lesson on how the electoral process is supposed to work.
What causes a solar eclipse?
As students in Klickitat County get set to begin the new school year, Republic Services is encouraging parents, teachers, and administrators to incorporate sustainable practices whenever possible with seven back to school tips.
The Bingen City Council had a full house at its meeting on Aug 1, where it not only swore in its new councilor, Phil Jones, but held two public hearings for conditional use permits.
Checking in on the Insitu Internship program, we find them not working in their individual departments but working together with Washington Gorge Action Programs (WGAP) on a service project at the Guided Pathways housing project.
How well do you know your geography?
Bob Yoesle from Friends of the Goldendale Observatory will present a solar viewing free to the public Saturday, Aug. 12, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, weather and clouds permitting.
If you have ever been rafting with All Adventures Rafting down the White Salmon River you’ve probably had Paul Gillingham or Heather Kowalski as your guide.
Be honest, when you think of summer school, you think of spending a few weeks sitting in a blazing-hot classroom, bored out of your mind.
As if having the Dry Creek Fire camp next door wasn’t enough excitement for the kids attending summer school at Henkle Middle School, how about watching hand-made drones zip around the gym and the Columbia High School football field?
Tucked behind the White Salmon Valley Community Library and next to the parking lot of Bethel Congregational United Church of Christ, there’s a little red building, just a bit larger than a standard garden shed, where the hum of drills can be heard in combination with the excited and busy voices of children.
Summer is here and for most high school students that means freedom. But for the 10 kids profiled here, it’s an opportunity to earn some cash and build their resumes with summer jobs.
Summer is here and for most high school students that means freedom...but for some it’s an opportunity to earn some cash and build their resumes with summer jobs.
During Scholarship Night on Tuesday, June 6, in Miller Memorial Gym in White Salmon, Columbia School’s Class of 2017 students received scholarships and other monetary awards totaling nearly $500,000.