Mt. Adams Institute Receives AmeriCorps Grant to Expand Programs
The Klickitat County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) is creating a K-9 Unit to assist with patrol, narcotic detection, and search and rescue (SAR), Sheriff Bob Songer recently announced.
Defense News reported on June 5 on a contract award for 34 Insitu ScanEagle drones under the For-eign Military Sales program to U.S. partners in the Asia-Pacific region.
Sagetech Corp. of White Salmon has been placed in receivership by its owner “due to declining demand for manufacturing services” and the financial challenges that decline presents for the manufacturer of avi-onics for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).
The City of Bingen has installed twp speed signs in high traffic areas -- one on the Bingen Hill and one on State Route 14 just past Dickey’s Store, encouraging motorists to reduce their speeds. If a motorist is following the 25 mile per hour speed limit, a “Thank You” will flash. If, howeve…
Evan Childs American Legion Post 87 and Mt. Adams Elks Lodge 1868 performed an American flag retirement ceremony behind the Grange Hall on Flag Day, Friday, June 14, at 6 p.m. They conducted a patriotic ceremony to fittingly retire old, worn U.S. flags submitted by citizens of Klickitat Coun…
The Skyline Foundation recently awarded $12,500 in scholarships to five local women – all pursuing their dream of making a difference in health care. This year the foundation has more than doubled its scholarship awards.
During his 31 years as an employee of the Trout Lake School District, Doug Dearden rose from the ranks of its teaching staff to become its top administrator. He has held the position of superintendent for the past 15 years.
Scholarship Night on Tuesday, June 4, in Miller Memorial Gym saw Columbia High School’s Class of 2019 receive over $330,000 in scholarships and other monetary awards.
Insitu’s leadership team is refusing to give out the number of laidoff employees from its restructuring initiative that began last week, citing proprietary concerns should the information become public.
John Frazer is the owner of Stamp the Earth LLC a Columbia River Gorge based company that specializes in decorative stamped and stained concrete features for homes and businesses.
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.
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.
The White Salmon Valley Education Foundation announces the recipients of its annual grant cycle, which will provide a total of $35,730 to high quality educational projects in White Salmon’s schools.
Tim Darland, High Prairie Fire Chief, on behalf of the Fire Commissioners and High Prairie Community Council (HPCC), welcomed guests to celebrate the grand opening of High Prairie Fire Department Station #2 on Saturday May 18.
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.
The post-season began Monday in Castle Rock for this year’s 1A Trico League baseball champions against Forks, the No. 4 en-try out of the 1A Evergreen League.
Four bills prime-sponsor-ed by Rep. Gina Mosbrucker (R-Goldendale) were signed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee last Monday and Tuesday, April 29 and 30.
The Central Gorge Master Gardener Association will hold a celebration on May 17 at 3 p.m. to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the Japanese Heritage Garden at 2990 Experiment Station Dr., in Hood River.
Graduation is just seven weeks away and many graduating seniors at Columbia High School are making plans for their futures.
May is here, and spring is in full swing. We will gain over an hour of daylight during the month, and usually see an increasing number of clear nights. Of course, you’ll have to stay up later to see the night sky – by the end of the month, sunset will not occur until about 8:48 p.m.
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.
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…
A bill that takes a major step toward advancing the investigations and discovery of missing and murdered indigenous persons passed the Washington State Senate Friday and is on its way to the governor for his signature.
Following an inspection by Klickitat County and Washington State health inspectors, the White Salmon City Council has chosen to permanently close the City Pool.
There were so many out-standing performances at last Friday’s Bruin Invitational Track and Field Meet, picking one to lead with was a difficult task.
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.
- 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
- Obituary for Edgar Triplett
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