Columbia High’s girls cross country team won its first meet of the 2013 season and the CHS boys team ran a solid second last Wednesday in Vancouver.
The Greater Columbia 1B League volleyball season is in full swing now. Last week, the Lyle/Wishram Cougars played a full slate of two matches, with mixed results.
Five meets into the 2013 prep cross country season, Columbia High’s boys and girls teams are starting to hit their strides.
Columbia High School enjoyed some more home cooking last week in running its record to 5-1 and moving into second place by itself in Trico League girls soccer standings.
An inadvertent official’s whistle on the kickoff that followed Columbia High’s first touchdown last Friday cost the Bruins in more ways than one in its pivotal Trico League game at Kalama.
Last week presented Columbia High’s girls soccer team with a rigorous early-season test: three matches in five days, albeit, all at home.
Saturday turned out to be a great day for a cross country meet at the coast: overcast skies with temperatures in the 60s.
For the first time since 2001, a Columbia High football team has started 3-0.
City of White Salmon administrative staff is studying three citizen-initiated annexation proposals to determine their impacts and whether the city should accept them for processing.
Curbside compost collection could be available to interested White Salmon residents as early as next month under an agreement being negotiated between the City of White Salmon and a composting service currently located in The Dalles.
The citizens committee charged with reviewing and prioritizing salmon recovery and habitat enhancement projects in Klickitat County for state funding had more projects than it had money for during its recently completed 2013 rankings.
The board of commissioners of Klickitat County Port District No. 1 has decided to try again to obtain voter approval of an increase in the district’s property tax levy rate.
Stephen L. Campbell, 22, of Lyle, Wash. and 28-year-old Jared T. Duddles of Parkdale, Ore. charged with with three counts of assault and three counts of harassment
Two men accused of assault with a deadly weapon – but not a firearm – and the hate crime of malicious harassment, pleaded not guilty to the charges on May 20 in Klickitat County Superior Court. The County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office has charged both Stephen L. Campbell, 22, of Lyle, and 28-year-old Jared T. Duddles of Parkdale, Ore., with three felony counts of second-degree assault (deadly weapon) and three felony counts of malicious harassment, defined by state statute as a hate crime involving “crimes or threats motivated by bigotry, prejudice, and bias.” Superior Court Judge Brian Altman appointed defense counsel for Campbell and Duddles, who entered not guilty pleas during Monday’s arraignment hearing. They are next scheduled to appear in court on July 15.
Klickitat County Fire Protection District No. 3’s board of commissioners has appointed a 12-member community task force to look at the services the district is currently providing and to make recommendations for improvements, if any are needed.
Attorneys for Public Utility District No. 1 of Klickitat County and the Washington Department of Natural Resources will be in Klickitat County Superior Court next Tuesday to argue for and against KPUD’s motion to dismiss the DNR’s complaint for firefighting costs related to an August 2010 wildfire near Lyle.
Lyle/Wishram and Klickitat split a Greater Columbia 1B League fastpitch double-header in Dallesport on April 30, but the results did not alter the league standings.
Columbia High was victorious its final game of the 2013 prep baseball season on April 30, winning game two of a SWW 1A Trico Division double-header in Ilwaco in five innings.
Thanks in good measure to its eighth shutout of the season last Thursday, Columbia High’s boys soccer team enters the start of the Southwest District’s Class 1A tournament tonight as the SWW 1A Trico Division’s No. 1 seed.
A federally funded highway safety improvement project in western Klickitat County has been shelved because the County Public Works Department cannot meet a grant deadline for a required biological assessment of the project area.