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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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.
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.
Graduation is just seven weeks away and many graduating seniors at Columbia High School are making plans for their futures.
Former Henkle Middle School principal Rick George will hold an author reading and signing for his debut novel, “Vengeance Burns Hot,” at 6:30 p.m. May 9 at the White Salmon Valley Community Library.
Klickitat County Department of Emergency Management (KCDEM) is celebrating the second full week of April (April 14-20) as National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.
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.
Columbia Gorge CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) introduces its newest child advocates: Lisa Abel and Lisa Mockler, Hood River; Heidi Byers, The Dalles; Jennifer Mulder, Trout Lake; Kathrin Unger, White Salmon; Elyse Keith, Lyle.
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.
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.
The Skyline Foundation will host its annual fundraising gala Cultivate Columbia on Saturday, March 9, at the Best Western Plus Hood River Inn.
The Washington State Chapter of APCO (Association of Public Safety Communication Officials) and NENA (National Emergency Number Association) has named the Klickitat County communications officers as the recipient of the “2017 Team of the Year Award” for Washington State.
In this issue, The Enterprise is introducing voters of the proposed White Salmon Valley Pool Metropolitan Park District to the candidates running for non-partisan Pool District Board of Commissioners Positions 2, 4, and 5.
Being a small community, it may seem like everyone knows everyone in White Salmon, but that’s not always the case.
Columbia Center for the Arts, Waucoma Bookstore, and Carpe Diem Books are thrilled to welcome Darryl Lloyd into the CCA Theatre in Hood River on Wednesday, Sept. 5, at 6 p.m., to launch his book tour of “Ever Wild: A Lifetime on Mount Adams."
There is no shortage of interesting people living in White Salmon and The Enterprise makes an effort to get to know them; we try to give them an opportunity to share their stories and show how unique this little dot on the map is.
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.
This year’s KOOBDOOGA (read it backward) book selection is “Danger Close” by Amber Smith, a local woman who grew up right here in White Salmon.
On June 21, at 6 p.m., environmental journalist Heather Hansen will speak about her new book, “Wildfire: On the Front Lines with Station 8,” at the Columbia Center for the Arts in Hood River.
Soroptimist International of Mt. Adams held its annual awards presentations this spring at the Columbia High School Library to honor some local women.
About this time last year, The Enterprise introduced readers to Sifu Scott Dinger of North Wind Martial Arts, in White Salmon and Trout Lake.
American Legion District and Area Commanders visited White Salmon’s Evans Child Post 87 last Wednesday night to honor the post’s oldest continuous member – Eugene “Bugs” Hill.
People from all over the world find a home in the Columbia River Gorge and from within those homes they build incredible opportunities for themselves and their families.
After eight months and a field of 44 applicants, Columbia Gorge Community College’s board of education Tuesday night approved a contract with Dr. Marta Yera Cronin as CGCC’s next president. The decision was unanimous.
Skamania County’s financial team has been recognized by the Washington State Auditor as recipients of a prestigious award for Excellence in Financial Management.
White Salmon resident Sasha Bentley has stepped down from her role as chairwoman of the Klickitat Democrats to pursue a new role in civic engagement.
Washington State 14th District House Representative Gina McCabe toured the Gorge Jan 4, as part of a “listening tour” making two stops in White Salmon.
- 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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