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Author Ned Hayes is visiting the White Salmon Valley Community Library in October. The award-winning novel “The Eagle Tree” is being featured in the KOOBDOOGA (“a good book” backwards) book program, which endeavors to create more dialogue and community through the sharing of a good book.

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UPDATE: The next Lyle Community Council meeting will be held Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 7 p.m. at the community center. This corrects the printed edition, which inadvertently listed the meeting date as Sept. 8. The council meets every second Tuesday of the month.

On Wednesday, Aug. 24, Hoodenpyl Park in the heart of Glenwood was filled with community members there to wish Clause McKenzie a happy 60th birthday and celebrate his 15-year anniversary of owning Glenwood General Store. It’s hard to pull off a surprise party out in the open in a small town,…

Skamania County’s Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum (CGICM) will showcase Gorge contemporary abstract artist Gary Terry in the exhibit “Unfiltered Expressions” starting Sept. 9 and going through November.

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When lifelong baker Theresa Langen learned she needed to eat gluten free, she struggled to find quality baked goods that she could still eat. So she created her own suite of high-quality gluten free recipes, and that success grew into a popular bakery that serves customers, gluten free and not, all across the Gorge.

STEVENSON — Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum will hold its 25th annual “Show N’ Shine” car show from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3.

Summer visitors to Stonehenge Memorial, which overlooks the Columbia River near Goldendale, may have noticed some unexpected color among the site’s usual gray and brown landscape: Red poppies.

Maryhill Museum of Art hosts the Festival of Fiber Arts on Saturday, Aug. 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the culminating event of the community-based art project, Exquisite Gorge Project II: Fiber Arts.


The White Salmon Valley Community Library’s gallery is open for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, with a show highlighting the life and art of local artist Diane Gadway, who passed away in 2018.

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The White Salmon Spring Festival happens this Saturday, June 4, at Rheingarten Park from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Due to the surprise snowstorm April 11 that closed area schools up and down the Gorge, Lyle School District will make up that lost time by extending the 2021-2022 school year by one day. The last day of school will now be on Monday, June 13, with dismissal at noon.

Glenwood had a full and busy week, starting with the middle school track meet at Eldred Field on Tuesday, April 21. I don’t have the results for our Eagles middle school athletes, but I think they all did really well, despite the rain and wind. Our kids are tough. The high school Eagles host…

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The White Salmon Arts Council hosts artist, designer and educator Julie Beeler for its spring Art Chat on Thursday, April 28 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Bingen Grange, 323 E. Steuben St., Bingen.

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The eighth annual Skamania County Reads kicked off April 1 with copies of this year’s title, “The Music of Bees,” available at the Stevenson Community Library, 120 N.W. Vancouver Ave. Once you’ve read the book, you’re asked to bring it back to the library so others can read it, too.

There’s so much good news to share this week, I don’t know quite where to start. The 2022 Klickitat County Cattleman’s Banquet, held on Saturday, March 26, was a big night for several members of our community. Association President Travis Miller put in countless hours with his committees to …

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In October, White Salmon Valley Community Library looks forward to KOOBDOOGA (“A Good Book” read backwards) where the community will read and discuss “A River Lost: The Life and Death of the Columbia.”

Johnny Young, an award-winning Nashville recording artist who grew up in Trout Lake and spent his formative years gigging around the Columbia River Gorge with the country-rock bands Crossfire and HookahStew, has released a self-titled album, available at participating ACE Hardware stores inc…

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