Taking the time to properly go through books, notes and school supplies cannot only save you some dough for next year, it can help the environment.
Klickitat Trout Unlimited volunteers reached out to local youth to think like a fish to help them better understand salmon and the challenges they face while having some fun.
Northwest Farm Credit Services has award the Lyle School District a $1,000 Northwest FCS Rural Community Grant.
A change of scenery for White Salmon’s Gorge MakerSpace is fueling creative growth for the blossoming tech program.
Winter’s still in session, which means a final district schedule is still being hammered out.
Learning from last year’s trials, Columbia High School’s Robotics team finished their robotics season with a dose of success.
Snow days have pushed back White Salmon Valley School District’s last day of school to Friday, June 16.
This winter has been rough on White Salmon Valley School District. Last week, students attended school for two days, Thursday and Friday, both days had two-hour delays.
The White Salmon Valley School District’s schedule is shifting two days in June (so far) to accommodate this year’s unusually high tally of snow days.
Remember Halloween in school when you were a youngster? The costumes. The candy. The hilarity! One thing you probably won’t remember is what you learned that day.
The White Salmon Valley Education Foundation (WSVEF) invites the public to help celebrate a decade of helping local schools at the annual Gorge Grape Escape on Saturday, Oct. 8. At the Best Western PLUS Hood River Inn.
The start of the 2016-17 school year is approaching quickly for school districts in western Klickitat County. Following is a rundown of new happenings, new programs, and new staff in the Lyle, Glen-wood, Klickitat, and Trout Lake school districts. A look at what’s new in the White Salmon Valley School District will appear in the Sept. 1 issue of The Enterprise.
During Scholarship Night on Tuesday, June 7, in Miller Memorial Gym in White Salmon, Columbia School’s Class of 2016 students received scholarships and other monetary awards totaling over $400,000.
Imagine a car race where there are no engines roaring, no smell of exhaust and no clouds of smoke from squealing tires. Then imagine a race where many of the cars resemble pod-racers from Star Wars, and you’d begin to have an idea of what an Electrathon America event looks like.
Branches, rolls of newspaper, CDs, fuzzy crafting bits, pipe cleaners, scrap paper, glitter, shells, beads, twine, corks, ribbon, a sprinkle of tinsel, and lots of glue and paint were a sample of some of the materials students used to finish the Whitson Towers last week.