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Skyline Hospital ambulance services reduced to 12 hour coverage

The community members of Hospital District 2 Skyline Hospital voted and approved an EMS (Emergency Medical Services) Levy where the community was assured that they would have full 24 hour ambulance...

 

Good friends and neighbors are a blessing

Angels are out and about this cold spell. Friends have called and neighbors have brought needed supplies as well as one who shoveled a path from my doorway to the street and swept the snow from my...

 

Apply now for Christmas baskets, contact local Lions

As the winter discourages some of the members from a weekend camping, the Sundowners RV Club hold their monthly meetings at various restaurants in the gorge. On Sunday, 22 of them converged upon the...

 

Support the Christmas bazaar Dec. 2-3; donate to for Lions Club gift baskets

If laughter is the best medicine, you will find great therapy at the Lyle Grange. The actors of the Pretenders Dinner Theater will “cure what ails you” by their presentation of Love, Sex and the...

 

Lyle’s annual bazaar begins this weekend

A loving collection of Joyce Sauls’ family and friends gathered in celebration of her 80th birthday on Saturday. Standing focal point on the gift table was a large vase filled with 80 long stem...

 

“Off the Rez” featured at Study Circle

River Peoples Cultural Exchange-Lyle Community Study Circle is presenting, "Off the Rez"; the story of courage and challenges faced by Shoni Schimmel (Umatilla/white) and her mother, Ceci Moses...

 

Birthday bash planned for Sauls’ 80th birthday

Friends and family of Clauda (Thomas) D’Angelo join her in grieving the loss of her husband Larry. Clauda has lived in the area since early childhood and is very active in the Cure for Cancer. She,...

 

New trailhead to be celebrated Sunday

Just a heads up for all hunters and hikers; Many hikes have been planned this month and paths may cross between the two…just keep aware of your surroundings and plan accordingly. Klickitat Trail...

 

Spooks and goblins event next OLESS fundraiser

The Activity Center was the scene of a grand birthday party for Ella. She and her parents Kevin Schaller and Traci Schaller-Jensen came from Oregon...

 

Come root on your Lyle Cougars!

Since school is back in session and sports is an important part of many of the student’s curriculum, it is a good time for the community to show them some support. Make an effort to attend their...

 

UMC Pastor Lane to lead Lyle and WS congregants

We have a winner! At the close of the Farmers’ Market on Saturday, the winning raffle ticket was drawn. The prize? A beautiful quilt created and donated months ago by Lyle’s own Ida Roane and has...

 

Quilt show postponed until spring

The first Pilates class began at the Lyle Activity Center, but it’s not too late to join. The fall series (each Tuesday and Thursday, September through December) is still ahead and open for any and...

 

Submit recipes, stories and poems for newsletter

Nine Lady Sundowners met for their monthly luncheon at Momma Jane’s in The Dalles. The atmosphere was so congenial that they found themselves still sharing family news near closing time, then...

 

Lyle Community Council to hold board elections

This is a ‘legal announcement’ that needs the attention of all Lyle residents. The Community Council will be holding their annual board elections in November and are announcing that there are...

 

A peach of a deal at Lyle’s farmers’ market

The Activity Center lived up to its name Saturday morning as a group of men gathered to remove the roof of the boiler room on the north end of the building. The old storage room has been leaking for...

 

County fair begins Wednesday, offering food, frolic and fun for kids of all ages

The wagon master circled 11 wagons of the Sundowners RV Club this weekend at Timberlake Campground near Stevenson. With 24 members in attendance, games were played with vigor and enthusiasm as the tea...

 

Free movies for the community

The Grange Hall was jumping with the music by the “Mill Creek String Band” during "The Last Blast of Summer" Friday night. Age was no concern to...

 

Lyle residents catch the community clean up spirit

The dead and dangerous tree that stood along the edge of Lyle Park Place was downed this week by David Harris who generously volunteered to do it as a pro-bono community service for the safety of...

 

Market to feature fresh HR cherries

The United Methodist Church is starting an outreach program for the community. It is called the "Hope Project” which begins Saturday, Aug. 6. Those in need of personal essentials can just drive up...

 

Methodist Church project offers hope, essentials to local folk

Thanks goes to the anonymous person or persons who so graciously "weed-eated" around the two "Lyle Welcomes You" signs. It gives such a more welcome feeling coming into the community. The United...

 

Block Watch on the agenda for Monday meeting of Lyle Community Council

Many, many thanks to Norm White who is devoting his summer to the repair and maintenance of the sprinkler system at the Activity Center. When he isn’t working on that project he is mowing,...

 

Check out Market and Twin Bridges Museum

Lyle's Farmers’ Market wants you! The 10th and the 50th visitors to the information booth will each be given a $25 gift certificate to the Lyle Hotel. Please drop off any of your excess produce at...

 

Quilt raffle tickets available at museum

There were vendors of veggies, art, herbs, plants, gorge photography and more at the Lyle Farmers’ Market last Saturday at Lyle Park Place. More vendors are wanted, or you could donate your produce...

 

New Habitat homeowners prepare to move in, first one in Klickitat County

In case you haven't noticed: The signs that DNR has posted surrounding Lyle Park Place states that the park is now a “No Fireworks Zone.” This is to protect the community from well-intentioned... Full story

 

Farmers Market coming to Lyle Park starting in July

Six Lady Sundowners met for luncheon on Monday, June 13 at the Char Burger in Cascade Locks for their monthly get-together with the usual catching up of family news. The regular Sundowners RV Club...

 

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