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 By Lyle News    Community    April 11, 2018

Lyle students to go to conference

I’ve been meaning to thank the anonymous person who has been decorating the “Lyle Welcomes You” sign on each end of town with monthly theme decorations. They welcome those entering town, and...

 
 By Lyle News    Community    April 4, 2018

Clean-up campaign set for Earth Day

Clean-up campaign set for Earth Day Two different Clean Up Days-Lyle School District Leadership Students are rockin' their way to WE Day (a regional l...

 
 By Lyle News    Community    March 28, 2018

Grange mini-fair coming

The local Grange is having a mini-fair which is open to grangers and non-grangers, ages five to adult, and consists of photography, paintings and drawings, arts and crafts, fiber arts, cooking,...

 
 By Lyle News    Community    March 14, 2018

Pioneer Days holds planning meeting

Are you looking forward to some fresh veggies from your garden? You say you’re not planting one this year? Well, rest assured you can still get your wants and needs taken care of at the new Gorge...

 
 By Lyle News    Community    March 7, 2018

Pirates to seek treasure

Man your battle stations, maties! Ship ahoy! A pirate ship is on the horizon! They are planning their annual pilgrimage to plunder what treasures they can find at the Klickitat School Gym this coming...

 

Bring in that old cell phone

While heading off to the great First Saturday Breakfast at the Lion’s Club on Saturday March 3, you might want to bring along any old cell phone lying around the house. Along with providing a...

 

Tiny House project raises questions

Concerning the Tiny House proposal, brought to the attention of the Lyle residents last week, an email was sent to me for publication. As it is a statement sent to the planning commission and very len...

 

Tiny house park draws controversy

At the town meeting on Thursday night there were many concerns expressed about the latest planned project in Lyle Proper. It was standing-room-only with residents wanting not only to hear Don...

 

Help prevent substance abuse

Klickitat-Lyle Against Substance Abuse Coalition’s (KLASAC) Coordinator Rita Pinchot, wants to invite any and all who are interested in keeping our students from the substance abuse that once ran...

 

No, I'm not sharing my big winnings

I’ll bet you’ve never heard of anyone winning the Publisher’s Clearing House money—nor heard of anyone who heard of anyone who has. Well, I’m here to tell you that now you have. Now I...

 

Museum seeks more volunteers

Keeping Lyle history is very important and just like the many venues that are needed to make it a success are just like the many facets of the diamond make it shine bright. At the Twin Bridges Museum...

 

Film Club includes discussion

It looks like OLESS is offering a parent’s night out, featuring movies in the older, Academy Awards Best Picture, category, and they are calling it Film Club. It’s like a book club, only better!...

 
 By Lyle News    Community    January 3, 2018

Farewell Tom Bryan

It is with heavy heart that I report the passing of a lifelong Lyle resident …and dear friend… Tom Bryan Sr. He joined his wife Joyce in heaven at 6 a.m. on Dec. 26. A family member reported to...

 

Welcome to new Community Council

We have a new Community Council! The board members are: Manijeh Baxter, Nick Fitzsimmons, Darren Michaels, Julie Larson, Oren Johnson, and Mark Harvey. Elections were not required, as these individual...

 

OLESS has project update

There are still a few photos of children visiting Santa posted on the Lyle P.O. bulletin board. Pinned on the board is also a baby’s white satin slipper/shoe found at closing. I hope it gets back...

 

New weight room to open

The complementary photos of children visiting Santa last Sunday evening are posted on the Lyle P.O. bulletin board. As I feared, my camera was doing its own thing and flashing only when it decided it...

 

Santa lifts spirits at Activity Center

The Lyle Activity Center was abuzz Sunday, Dec. 3, with children, parents and a merge of volunteers from MCPAL, OLESS and the Twin Bridges Museum to m...

 

Dallesport Bazaar this weekend

On Dec. 1, 2, and 3 the 14th Annual Dallesport Bazaar will be held for the first time at the Dallesport Elementary School building this Friday 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 5...

 

Achievement Night on the way

We wish everyone a very thankful Thanksgiving. Just a reminder, there will be no school on Thanksgiving Day and the Friday after, Nov. 23 -24. Glenwood’s Mt. Adams Community 4-H Achievement Night...

 

Santa is a sucker for cookies

HO! HO! HO! Santa is on his way! He’s finding out which child has been naughty or nice this year and deserves to be granted their Christmas wish. He is scheduled for Lyle’s Activity Center on...

 

Business hours are changing

News Flash! The Country Café has new hours. They will be open seven days a week, but hours are shorter. Monday through Saturday the hours are 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sunday 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dave stated...

 

Army Band concert coming

Lyle Schools will host two free concerts featuring Full Metal Racket, a band composed of nine musicians and three crew members who are part of the Washington Army National Guard and the 133rd Army...

 

Lions provide vision screening

This month the Lions Club has been very active with their many community betterment projects, one of which was Vision Screening testing at the Lyle Elementary School. Students from kindergarten,...

 

Farewell to Coy

Selfishly many hearts are saddened by the passing of a dear friend and long time resident of Lyle. But a much more joyous day for Coy Sauls, who was called home on Thursday, Oct. 12. He had high moral...

 

Help get Lyle representation

It may seem as though this is repetitive, but those who believe that Lyle needs representation in our county should step up to the plate and show commitment. The group that is trying to reignite the...

 

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