Inclement weather, ice deluges, unplowed roads — there’s a lot getting in the way of mail carriers trying to deliver parcels and letters.
The Next Door’s annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake event benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Columbia Gorge is right around the corner. The fun takes place on Saturday, March 11, at Orchard Lanes in Hood River.
White Salmon’s administrative and clerical staff will begin moving their departments back into the City Hall building at 100 N Main Ave. on Friday, Jan. 20.
Commuters zipping past the Dock Grade hill on State Route 14 may have noticed the little mystery cottage adjacent to the power station. This year will be its last.
Year’s end is a time for reflection on the work that has been done and the work that remains unfinished. It’s true for individuals and businesses, and for governments at all levels.
Plans for improving sidewalks and parking on Bingen’s Humboldt Street have been suspended till adequate funding is available.
If local author Jack Stembridge had thrown away his text from twenty years ago, “The Best Christmas Yet” would have never happened.
Following levy defeat
The Mt. Adams Park and Recreation District’s four remaining commissioners have elected to take their case for funding to the Klickitat County Board of Com-missioners, in the aftermath of the district’s third levy defeat in six years.
Big Tree, a massive ponderosa pine near Trout Lake in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, has died.
Thursday, Nov. 17, marked 30 years of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Act protecting the scenic, natural, cultural, and recreational resources of the Columbia River Gorge.
The Friends of the White Salmon Valley Community Library invite the community to the 42nd annual Holiday Wassail Open House to be held at the library on Saturday, Dec. 3, from 2 to 5 p.m.
The decision on where the Police Department will be housed belongs to the mayor, as the chief executive of the city, not the City Council.
Christmas in the Gorge comes to Stevenson the weekend of Dec. 2 to 4.
Mount Adams Parks and Recreation District (MAPARD) sponsored a community meeting last Tuesday to discuss potential support of developing safe, legal access to Lyle’s sandbar. County Commissioner Dave Sauter led the forum, which took place at the Lyle Lions Club off State Route 14.
On Saturday Sept. 24, state and federal agencies will join the public in celebrating the opening of the newest segment of the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail.
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