Outdoor and hot sauce enthusiast.
Running White Salmon’s newest spot to snack on ice cream and sandwiches wasn’t something owner Katie Layne had anticipated, but now she sits at the front of Scoops & Smiles Monday through Saturday at her makeshift office-bench surveying the town.
By nature, Sue Kusch is an educator.
On the menu for White Salmon and Bingen city councils at the end of this month is a discussion on whether to merge the two cities, but not everyone sitting at the discussion table will be putting in an order for the consolidation of the municipalities.
Even before the Trout Lake Clinic broke ground across the street from the grocery last summer, there was a rumor circulating about a doctor who was planning to move to the area to setup shop.
Expect the message, “May Peace Prevail on Earth” to pop up around Bingen and White Salmon parks this month in the form of Peace Poles.
With employee shuttle
A new shuttle from Vancouver to Bingen has Insitu employees riding in style with the launch of its chartered commuter bus: Eagle One.
Bingen’s City Council, once lacking members, is now at full capacity with five occupied seats after the recent swearing in of the council’s newest member: Ryan O’Connor.
Non-profits in the Gorge have gained another ally with Columbia Gorge Women’s Action Network recently stepping up its community outreach game. The group has decided to distribute monthly collections of donations to a chosen non-profit.
Earlier this month, a team of eleven and twelve-year olds participated in Destination Imagination’s Show and Tech Division at Oregon’s State Destination Imagination competition. Upon completing the event, team DA SOS Peepo had secured a spot to compete at the final event of the season in Tennessee at Global Finals next month.
Find, pull on, and lace up your walking shoes for next weekend’s March for Science in White Salmon.