The 2018-2019 school year has been a fruitful year for Columbia High School’s Music Program.
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The Sprint/Baker Gallery at the White Salmon Valley Community Library was in overflow Friday night for the kick off of the “Wild About Nature” series, presented by Joy Markgraf.
Maryhill Museum of Art, one of the Pacific Northwest’s most remote and beguiling museums, will open its doors for the season on Friday, March 15, with special exhibitions highlighting works on paper, still life paintings and sculpture from its own collections.
In partnership with Wildwood Academy and Story Gorge, student films about Ekone Ranch in Goldendale will be shared with the community at The Ruins in Hood River on Jan 26.
Waucoma Bookstore and Columbia Center for the Arts are hosting children’s author and illustrator Jan Brett for a presentation and book signing on Saturday, Dec. 8, at 10 a.m.
The Lyle/Wishram/Klickitat eight-man football team played the role of barnstormer last week in pursuit of a spot in the eight-team WIAA 1B state tournament field.
A four-match win streak to close out the regular season boosted Columbia High/-Trout Lake from fourth place to second in final 1A Trico League standings and into a Southwest District tournament berth.
The Friends of the White Salmon Valley Community Library invite the community to the fourth of its programs inspired by the book Danger Close by Amber Smith on Oct. 27 at 2 p.m. in the Sprint/Baker Gallery.
Columbia High’s boys cross country team was the runaway winner last Wednesday of a seven-team 1A Trico League home meet on the CHS campus.
On Saturday, Oct. 6, Everybody’s Brewing will celebrate its 10th anniversary along with the grand reopening of its newly constructed brewpub.
Kicking off its annual KOOBOOGA (a good book backward) event, the White Salmon Valley Community Library displayed artwork inspired by “Danger Close: My Epic Journey as a Combat Helicopter Pilot in Iraq and Afghanistan” by White Salmon local Amber Smith.
Maryhill Museum of Art will celebrate its deep Romanian ties on Saturday, Sept. 22, with a Romanian Cultural Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission to the museum and the festival is free on September 22.
Forwards Nina Rivalieau and Anna Patterson both scored two goals last Tues-day in Columbia High-Trout Lake’s 5-1 non-league home victory over Irrigon, Ore.
The Columbia High varsity volleyball team in 2018 is being led by a quintet of seniors at key positions, and it includes three players now in their third seasons of varsity volleyball, and three who earned All-Trico honorable mention in 2017.
Staff and volunteers at the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum in Stevenson are gearing up for their 22nd annual Show & Shine Car Show & Swap Meet on Saturday, Sept. 1.
The 2018 high school fall sports season in Klickitat County gets underway on Aug. 31 for the second year in a row with a non-league football game in Columbia High’s Bruin Stadium.
Late last winter, White Salmon Valley Schools Athletic Director Howard Kreps asked longtime Columbia High assistant football coach Dan Smith to replace John Hallead, who had resigned as head football coach at the end of December 2017 after six seasons.
Bruce Ludwig and Julie Hatfield, fresh from Columbia Gorge Orchestra Association’s successful musical “Chicago,” have struck out on their own to form a new theatrical production company called Big Britches Productions.
For the last four years, Rev. Kelly Ryan has served within the four walls of Bethel Congregational Church in White Salmon and outside in the surrounding community.
Beginning July 30, more than 40 artists will descend on the region – easels, paint, and brushes in hand – searching for the perfect vista from which to capture the awesome beauty of the Columbia River Gorge.
A special exhibition featuring 40 works by Richard F. Lack (1928-2009), one of the most significant and prolific American Realists of the last half of the 20th Century, is on view now at Maryhill Museum of Art.
Get ready to “rock out” with your local library. Children, teens, and adults can have fun and earn rewards with the Summer Reading program at Fort Vancouver Regional Library District branches and bookmobiles.
2016 was a hard year to get any news that was not related to the presidential election, so many have not heard about the collective efforts of environmental activists who shut off valves connected to oil pipelines across the United States.
Columbia Gorge Community College is proud to present “BI-“ on Thursday, April 26, at 6 p.m. in the Hood River Middle School Theatre, 1602 May Street, Hood River.
Mid-Columbia Community Concert Association announces the third concert of its 2017-18 season, scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday evening, April 2, at The Dalles High School Auditorium.
Columbia High varsity baseball returns seven starters on last year’s team that came within one win of advancing to CHS’s first state regional playoff game since its Final Four season of 2002.
The Community Partners of Bingen-White Salmon will be presenting a conceptual plan for a riverfront park to the White Salmon City Council on March 7.
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