The Glenwood Ketchum Kalf Rodeo is coming up on Father’s Day weekend, June 15 and 16. For the first time in the rodeo’s 85-year history, a grand marshal has been chosen to lead the rodeo parade on Sunday, the 16th and this year the honor goes to 91-year old Hazel Bertschi Parsons of White Salmon.
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Closing out the series on the on the anticipated futures of Columbia High School seniors is career high school athlete, Trenton Howard.
The Insitu Corporation on Mon-day notified its employees of impending layoffs resulting from a rapidly evolving marketplace for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
A passion for flight and travel has Columbia High School senior Gillian Woods (pictured at right) headed to Central Washington University to take part in the Professional Pilot Program.
Taking a “gap year,” or a year between high school and college or career, has been popular in Europe for decades and is becoming a growing trend among students in the United States with some 40,000 students participating in a gap year each year since 2015.
Following a lifelong passion for service and achieving a goal of obtaining a quality education, Columbia High School senior, Chandlor Bucklin will be headed to the United States Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.
When thinking about trees, remember that there is a “right tree in the right place” and it’s also a good idea to plant it at the right time of year. With warming temperatures and drying soils now is the time to be sure your irrigation systems are ready to deliver the right of amount of water…
Columbia High baseball earned its first State tournament berth since 2002 with a pair of victories last weekend at the Southwest District Tournament in Castle Rock.
Gorge Owned (GO!) announced the 2019 recipients of the Tod J. LeFevre Sustainability Champion Awards at the Oregon e-Bikes Earth Week Celebration on Saturday, April 27.
Mana Wildfire Logistics, Inc. a small non-profit start-up in Washington State, focused on being a link in the supply chain with local, state, and federal efforts battling our ever-growing wildfire seasons.
A team of students from The Dalles, Hood River, and Bingen involved in the national Project Invent competition have continued to improve their design, beating the odds for the issue they are helping solve.
Graduation is just seven weeks away and many graduating seniors at Columbia High School are making plans for their futures.
Many of our White Salmon deciduous trees have begun celebrating Spring with some show stopping blooms – yellows, pinks, purples, and white. The Kousa Dogwood (Cornus Kousa) is a hardy, yet delicate and beautiful tree that extends the season of tree blossoms as it displays its beautiful, whit…
Following an inspection by Klickitat County and Washington State health inspectors, the White Salmon City Council has chosen to permanently close the City Pool.
What happens after you take out a dam (Condit) that has been here for over 100 years? Do you restock with hatchery fish or let nature take her course? Re-wilding is a term for letting nature have her way while monitoring the results, plus providing habitat restoration.
The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter from Columbia High School competed in the Washington State Business Leadership Conference in Bellevue on April 10 to 13.
The proposed placement of the new community pool sparked up debate at the White Salmon Valley Pool Metropolitan Park District meeting on April 11.
White Salmon students and community members are using creativity, donated materials and environmental education, to encourage White Salmon to ban the sale of single use plastic bags.
A notice of development application was delivered to the cities of White Salmon and Bingen by Mike Hilb of Dry Creek Ranch LLC, notifying the cities of a plan to develop a 69-lot subdivision in the Dry Creek aea on the east side of Sky-line Hospital and Rhine Village.
Spring has arrived and the 24th annual Community Pride Clean-Up is just around the corner Friday, April 26, and Saturday, April 27, at the Bingen Recycle Center on Marina Way from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.
In the coming days, residents living in the White Salmon Valley School District will receive a fact sheet/newsletter detailing the district’s capital bond renewal, which will be coming up for a vote on April 23.
Gardeners and conservationists say put the right plant in the right place. There are few trees to which this applies with more wisdom than the black cottonwood tree.
Following a successful meeting in Goldendale, the Klickitat County Board of Commissioners held a second meeting on Initiative 1639 (I-1639) and the 2nd Amendment at the Pioneer Center in White Salmon.
Following a successful meeting in Goldendale, the Klickitat County Board of Commissioners held a second meeting on Initiative 1639 (I-1639) and the 2nd Amendment at the Pioneer Center in White Salm-on.
Of the multiple charitable organizations that recently participated in Insitu’s Operation Outreach, one of the best known nationally, but least understood locally, is United Way.
Beneventi’s, Everybody’s, Feast, Harvest Market, Henni’s, Pioneer Pizza, and the White Salmon Valley Education Foundation (WSVEF) invite you to shop and dine locally to support education with the “Night out for Schools” event this coming Thursday, March 21.
Four of the five commissioners of the White Salmon Valley Pool Metropolitan Park District (MPD) attended the White Salmon Valley School Board meeting on Feb. 28 to discuss the possibility of building the new community pool on or near the Columbia High School campus.
A multicultural mural was completed at Henkle Middle School the last week of Febru-ary with the help of 39 students. It will be placed on permanent display on the east exterior wall at the entrance to the football field.
The process to become a police officer, even in a small town, can take from five months to a year, with a full range of physical, mental, and psychological tests and interviews, according to the Bin-gen-White Salmon Police Department’s (B-WSPD) newest recruit, Officer Kate Daniels.
The winter wonderland white that has blanketed our landscape the past two weeks has us dreaming of a different kind of white: the springtime blossoms of the Pacific Dogwood (Cornus nuttali).
At approximately 9:08 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 15, Klickitat County Emergency Management (KCDEM) 9-1-1/dispatch received a 9-1-1 call from a High Prairie resident reporting that her husband was having a medical emergency.
Lyle resident Billie Holcomb has been making and distributing handmade stuffed animals and clothes for infants of One Community Health (OCH) for three years.
Operated by the Mt. Adams Chamber of Commerce, the Northshore Community Foundation was created in 2016 to foster awareness and innovation in art, food and beverages among Gorge residents by providing grants, scholarships, educational programs and events which feature and focus on these aspects.
On Friday, March 1, the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum hosts local The Dalles resident and professional archaeologist Eric Gleason as he presents “From Pioneer Drugstore to Community Icon: The Waldron Brother’s Drugstore, The Dalles, Ore.”
RPI No. 9 Trout Lake awaited a rematch with Yakama Nation in a loser-out game at the Yakima Valley District 1B Boys Basketball Tournament in Goldendale.
During the Feb. 6 White Salmon City Council meeting, Mayor Dave Poucher spoke about being invited to Washington State Senate Housing & Affordability Committee meeting on Jan. 23.
The Skyline Foundation will host its annual fundraising gala Cultivate Columbia on Saturday, March 9, at the Best Western Plus Hood River Inn.
Yoga Samadhi in White Salmon, 177 W. Jewett Blvd., serves as the primary location for a new yoga school -- Peaceful Living School of Yoga -- with some trainings and retreats held off-site including a Conflict + Resolution Retreat on May 29 to June 2 at Trout Lake Abbey.
The Federal government has been partially shut down for just over a month, making it the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.
On Jan. 3, 2019, Oregon Health Authority received confirmation of a case of measles in a person who was infectious and spent time in The Dalles and Hood River between Dec. 26 and Dec. 31.
The White Salmon Valley Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter at Columbia High School (CHS) set out to build a livestock pavilion in memory of Austin Jennings Bucklin.
- Obituary for Rylan Ihde
- KCSO bringing back K-9 unit; safety cited
- Obituary for James Roberson
- Sagetech enters receivership amidst financial challenges
- Mt. Adams Institute receoves grant to expand AmeriCorps programs
- Pool Board moving project forward at its "preferred site"
- New Pastor coming to Bethel UCC
- Four U.S. partners getting ScanEagles
- 2019 All-Trico Baseball
- brews, blues playing this weekend
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