The City of Bingen is holding a Christmas Fire Truck Parade on Friday, Dec. 16, beginning at 6 p.m.
Basketball season is upon us, and we’re not talking pro (NBA) or semipro (collegiate). Nope, we’re talking junior high and high school basketball season.
For the first time, both Columbia High cross country teams posted top-10 finishes at the same state meet.
Columbia High broke out of a two-game slump in a big way last Friday to clinch its first Southwest District playoff berth since 2013.
Columbia High volleyball nailed down the 1A Trico League’s No. 4 seed in this week’s Southwest District tournament by sweeping a tiebreaker against Seton Prep last Saturday, in Stevenson.
Four top-10 finishes last Saturday at the Southwest District 1A cross country championships propelled the Columbia High boys team to its second title in three years and another state berth.
Watching Columbia High School football home games is more than a spectator sport for Dave Wiltsie.
All seven varsity runners on Columbia High’s boys cross country team produced personal-record times last Wednesday as the Bruins won their third-straight 1A Trico League championship.
The 2016 football season for Columbia High has come down to one game.
Columbia High volleyball put itself in the hunt for a Southwest District tournament berth last week with a pair of Trico League wins in Miller Gym.
Columbia High girls soccer notched its first Trico League win of 2016 here on Oct. 11: a 3-1 result against Stevenson.
Trout Lake boys soccer ended an otherwise successful week last Saturday with a 5-3 loss at home to Oregon 3A school De La Salle, of Portland.
It was one last cross country meet for old times sake last Wednesday.
Klickitat/Glenwood and Lyle/Wishram varsity volleyball shared an opponent last week: Yakama Nation.
Sami Tardiff and Keyla Manly each had nine kills on Sept. 19 as the Bruins prevailed over the host Washougal Panthers in five sets.