Skamania County’s Board of Commissioners unanimously took the bold step on Oct. 7 of declaring a state of emergency in the county “due to unhealthy national forest conditions, yearly threat to catastrophic fires, and, minimal county government, schools and emergency services.”
Columbia High’s strategy of running in packs during its cross country meets paid dividends last Wednesday.
This week The Enterprise turns its attention to the race for Skamania County Public Utility District Commissioner for District No. 3, the utility district’s eastern-most district, which includes the communities of Underwood, Mill A, Willard, Cook, Home Valley, and Carson.
Seniors Corbin Steffy and Juan Rico each scored two goals to lead Trout Lake to a 7-2 boys soccer victory over visiting Moses Lake Christian last Friday.
The two-man race for Klickitat County Commissioner District 2 is heading into the home stretch. After going head-to-head as the only candidates in the Primary Election, two-term incumbent David Sauter of Lyle and first-time challenger Michael Richard of High Prairie will go at it one final time in the Nov. 4 General Election.
More than 13,000 Klickitat County voters will have a choice in the election for County Prosecutor on their Nov. 4 General Election ballots, between incumbent Lori Hoctor and challenger David Quesnel.
After four non-conference games and playing the last three weeks away, Columbia High, at 3-1, was returning home and itching to play a 1A Trico League football opponent.
Voters in Klickitat County will find the race for Klickitat County Public Utility District Commissioner, Dis-trict No. 2, on their Nov. 4 General Election ballots. The candidates for the position are incumbent Dan Gunkel of Goldendale and first-time candidate Sherry Carver of Goldendale.
The election for Klickitat County Assessor pits first-term incumbent Darlene Johnson of White Salmon against first-time candidate for elective office Crista Schroder of Goldendale. The two went head-to-head as the only candidates in the Primary Election and will face off again in the Nov. 4 Primary Election.
Klickitat County’s prosecutor and sheriff jointly have asked the Washington State Patrol and the state Attorney General’s office to investigate three citizen complaints against two county elected officials and certain county employees.