An effort to keep the White Salmon City Pool open for at least another year may be in the works.
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.
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.
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.
U.S. Senator Maria Cant-well’s (D-WA) bipartisan public lands legislation, including significant wins for public lands across Washington state, was signed into law by President Trump.
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.
Legislation by State Rep. Gina Mosbrucker to further investigations of missing and murdered indigenous women and other indigenous persons gained unanimous approval by the Washing-ton State House of Representatives on March 5.
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 state attorney general has stepped in with a warning to more than half the state’s county law enforcement officials who say they refuse to fully enforce the gun control measures voters approved in November.
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.
In the Washington State Archives building, records are tightly packed in shelves, file boxes, and leather-bound books so large they look like they belong in a Hogwarts library.
Rep. Gina Mosbrucker has introduced legislation that seeks to identify, address and reduce the growing number of missing and murdered indigenous women in Washington state. House Bill 1713 was submitted Friday to the state Code Reviser’s office by Mosbrucker, who was accompanied by Native Ame…
For years, state and federal civil rights law has prohibited the targeting of individuals by law enforcement based on their looks and appearance.
The Federal government has been partially shut down for just over a month, making it the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.
A bill intended to enhance the safety of hikers, hunters and other outdoor enthusiasts would establish designated target shooting areas on some Department of Natural Resources-managed lands.
The Portland, Ore.-based group Patriot Prayer held two events over the weekend in the Gorge: one at Hegewald Center in Stevenson and one at the Centerville Grange Hall.
The Washington Legislature’s 105-day session begins Jan. 14, and 14th District State Rep. Gina Mosbrucker will be in the thick of it from day one.
In the lead-up to Washington’s Nov. 6 General Election, The Enterprise interviewed all four candidates running for State House of Representatives Positions 1 and 2 in south-central Washing-ton’s 14th Legislative District.
The race for Klickitat County Sheriff is an interesting one between Sheriff Bob Songer, a career law man, and political newcomer Doug Charters, a man who believes in citizens policing themselves. The Enterprise was able to sit down with both Songer and Char-ters to get a better sense of who they are and why they are running for the office of Sheriff (4-year term).
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.
Construction won’t begin until spring of 2020, but the concept for the new access point and underpass, connecting Bingen to the Port of Klickitat, looks incredible.
When you give people time to consider questions and work up their answers, sometimes you will be amazed at how thoughtful and organized people can be. The four challengers for Jaime Herrera Beutler’s seat who responded to The Enterprise’s 3rd Congressional District candidate questionnaire share their thoughts and make their cases for election in their responses to our questions.
In the race for southwest Wash-ington’s seat in Congress, it’s incumbent Jaime Herrera Beutler versus the other six candidates whose names will appear on the 2018 Primary Election ballots in Klickitat and Skamania counties.
On June 5, the Port of Hood River voted to approve and complete the administrative rules that would allow the port to enter into a public-private partnership (P3) as a procurement method for replacing the bridge.
One of the highlights of the White Salmon City Council meeting on June 6 was a presentation on the White Salmon Farmers’ Market, which will open for the season in Rhinegarten Park on June 19.
White Salmon city councilors and staff gathered 167 signatures last Saturday in the council’s drive to put a Metropolitan Park District proposition on the Nov. 6 General Election ballot by petition.
Last week, White Salmon Valley School District (WSVSD) Afterschool Director Dorinda Belcher went to Washington, D.C., to stand up for afterschool programs in the face of suggested cuts to these programs by the Trump administration.
“Putting People First” is the campaign slogan for Washington State 3rd District Congressional candidate David McDevitt, who is looking to unseat the incumbent, Jaime Herrera Beutler.
Klickitat County is establishing a ban on outdoor burning for Klickitat County Burn Ban Zone One defined as lands east of the Klickitat County Fire District #7 eastern boundary to include but not limited to Klickitat County Fire Districts #2, 9 and 10; outside the jurisdiction of the Yakama Indian Nation; and the jurisdiction of the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission and prohibiting the issuance of burning permits except for authorized agricultural burning.
Kathy Coffey announced at a news conference in Yakima Monday, March 26, that she will run for Retiring 14th District Republican Norm Johnson’s position in the state legislature.
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.
Rep. Gina McCabe’s legislation to ensure students receive age-appropriate, sexual abuse prevention information and training in schools was signed by the governor Thursday, March 15.
Columbia High School and Henkle Middle School students joined hundreds of thousands of students across the country in a 17-minute walk out on March 14.
Skamania County’s financial team has been recognized by the Washington State Auditor as recipients of a prestigious award for Excellence in Financial Management.
Carolyn Long is a Democratic candidate for southwest Washing-ton’s 3rd Congressional District and, in the words of an early supporter, “Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler’s worst nightmare.”
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