In this final installment of our conversation with candidates for positions on the White Salmon City Council, the candidates turn their attention to consolidation with Bingen and the subject of philosophy on the role of local government in relation to its citizenry.
The task force assigned to the Dry Creek Fire burning five miles north of Husum made significant headway in its first two days of intensive firefighting activity.
Mt. Adams Little League selects All-Star teams
Everybody’s Brewing, of White Salmon, and Backwoods Brewing, of Carson, were among the winners of 2017 Washington Beer Awards, which were announced at the 12th annual Washington Brewers Festival on June 17 in Redmond.
The non-partisan, five-member White Salmon City Council will comprise a majority of newcomers in the next term.
As expected, the White Salmon City Council last Wednesday re-pealed its back-in parking policy on downtown E Jewett Boulevard and added a new regulation that re-stricts the sizes of vehicles that can park on the south side of the street to 20 feet or less.
The competition at this year’s state 1B/2B/1A track and field championships in Cheney proved to be as stiff as its ever been for Klickitat County athletes.
The White Salmon City Council is scrapping the city’s back-in parking policy on the south side of the E Jewett business district.
Columbia High earned a return trip to the WIAA 1A boys soccer tournament with a 3-0 victory over Montesano last Saturday, in the consolation match of the Southwest District playoffs in Vancouver. The Bruins (10-7-1) opened state tournament play on Tuesday versus Puget Sound District champion Seattle Christian, in Kent.
“Splash.” That’s the title of the three-dimensional metal art installation that sometime this summer should be gracing the giant, visible canvas that is the face of White Salmon’s Hi-School Pharmacy.
The city of White Salmon’s first cottage in-fill residential project received City Council permission last Wednesday to proceed with the 10-lot development.
Junior Adam Goodwillie threw a complete-game shutout here last Friday to lead Columbia High past Fort Vancouver in non-league baseball action.
Columbia High sits atop 1A Trico League boys soccer standings after the opening week of action. The Bruins won matches at Seton Prep (2-1) on March 21, in Camas, and against Stevenson (3-1) here last Thursday to make their record 2-0.
While he is a supporter of President Donald J. Trump’s immigration and deportation policies, Klickitat County Sheriff Bob Songer said federal enforcement agents have not contacted him about KCSO’s possible participation in their nationwide immigration enforcement emphasis.
In a 3-2 split, the White Salmon City Council voted down a motion to adopt Mayor David Poucher’s proposed declaration of diversity and inclusiveness.
Hecomovich Field was almost snow-free on Monday. But, it snowed on Tuesday, so the field once again got some unwanted moisture.
It was a good news, bad news kind of meeting for Klickitat County Emergency Medical Services District No. 1’s board of directors.
Probably the most marked improvement in Columbia High’s varsity baseball team this year will be in its pitching staff.
Our Congressional Representative, Jaime Herrera Beutler, declined to hold town hall meetings during last week’s Presidents’ Day recess. She found time, however, to hold a closed-to-the-public gathering at swanky Skamania Lodge in Stevenson last Wednesday.
Columbia High’s boys wrestling program posted its best state tournament performance since 2009, scoring two medals and a top-25 finish in the team standings.
Klickitat County received 36 applications late last year for the vacant position of veteran services officer. The county’s choice, William Smith, of Trout Lake, has been on the job since Dec. 5, 2016.
Kathirin Hylton scored 14 points and Keylarae Manly and Drew Harmon each had 12 here last Thursday to lead Columbia High to its second 1A Trico League victory of the season.
Columbia High’s boys basketball team got its long-awaited matchup with 1A Trico-leading Kings’ Way here last Thursday.
White Salmon’s swimming pool project has moved into a new phase: estimating the cost of building the pool design selected by the City Council on Jan. 4.
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.
Columbia High’s boys varsity basketball team got a much-needed win here last Thursday in a competitive matchup with Goldendale.
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.
CHS boys varsity basketball finished the first week of the 2016-17 season 1-1, thanks to a 60-35 non-league victory over Lyle/-Wishram here last Friday.
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.
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.
For the first time, both Columbia High cross country teams posted top-10 finishes at the same state meet.
The majority of Klickitat County voters cast ballots for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, according to Tuesday’s preliminary General Election returns.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Lyle/Wishram/Klickitat scored on the opening drive of last Saturday’s 2B Eastern Washington Athletic Conference game against undefeated Kittitas, in Lyle.
The state Recreation and Conservation Funding Board recently announced its preliminary project ranking for 2017-19 Land and Water Conservation Fund grants, and the City of White Salmon’s new swimming pool came in 13th out of 22 applications.
There will be one contested race for Klickitat County Commissioner this year after all.
Dominant. Efficient. Those words best described Columbia High’s performance in its season-opening football victory over Goldendale here last Friday.
The effort to contain three fires in southeastern Washington farm country last month included fire crews from Klickitat County.
On White Salmon River
If you remove it, they will come. That was the expectation among fish scientists as they contemplated the removal of the Condit Hydroelectric Project from the lower White Salmon River prior to the fall of 2011.
The City of White Salmon’s effort to secure a long-term source of drinking water for its customers got a boost in May.
It was a warm and windy Saturday afternoon on which the agitated husband yelled at the first emergency medical responder to arrive at the scene of the car-bus accident. His wife, who was driving, got ejected from the driver’s seat and came to rest on her back, just outside the open door.
Before the Bingen-White Salmon Police Department starts issuing citations for illegal parking on the south side of downtown Jewett Boulevard next month, Police Chief Tracy Wyckoff is hoping motorists will have adapted to the city’s new back-in angle parking policy.
The paving of State Route 14 through Bingen, White Salmon, and Stevenson starts next Tuesday night, July 5, near the turnoff for SR 141 Alternate (the Underwood Cut-off).
A series of unfortunate events surrounding State Route 14 in the Columbia Gorge is leading the Washington State Department of Transportation to schedule a contractor to come in and repair damage to the roadway.