In November 2010, after many years of hard work, U.S. Army veteran Jerry Smith and the White Salmon area’s American Legion Post, dedicated the “Walk of Honor” at the White Salmon Cemetery.
Skip the lot and explore the forest while finding this year’s holiday tree!
The White Salmon City Council and city staff, with the adoption of the Policy/Plan, establishes a high priority for maintaining safe traffic flow within the community during winter months.
It may have been a long election night for some on Nov. 7, but it was business as usual for Bingen Mayor Betty Barnes and the Bingen City Council.
About 120 kids consistently participate in after-school programs in the White Salmon Valley School District (WSVSD).
Representatives of the two major railroads that operate in the Columbia River Gorge and government leaders from around the area met on Sept. 28 in an effort to bridge communication gaps amid recent controversies.
The 2017 White Salmon Candidates Night went off splendidly in the view of those citizens that attended, as well as the candidates themselves.
The Bingen City Council often has to make tough decisions for the city and for its members.
A group billing itself as White Salmon and Bingen Residents for Keeping Our Tradition of Non-partisan City Council and Mayor is putting on a candidates forum next Monday evening, Oct. 16, at the Klickitat County Pioneer Center.
Soroptimist International of Mt. Adams is turning to the color purple as a symbol in effort to end domestic abuse and violence.
A photo shows Lyle Secondary School alumnus Qwumslu Spino and her child walking past a graffiti-painted wall inside a narrow railroad tunnel in east Lyle.
Local elections are fast approaching and here, The Enterprise hopes to give Bingen voters a chance to get to know a little bit about the candidates running for the position of mayor.
On Monday, Oct. 9, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., in celebration of Gorge Happiness Month, community leaders and individuals with a cause are invited to come together for the future of the Gorge.
The City of White Salmon has hired a new clerk/treasurer and the City of Stevenson has found itself a new city administrator.
Increased traffic has made access to the air monitors used by the Klickitat County Health Department very spotty.