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Last reminder for dinner

With all the conflicting meetings with the 30 condos project, the Lyle Community Council decided to postpone their monthly meeting until Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 6:30 p.m. at Lyle School, lower level in th...

 

May is full of May days

Greeting hugs and laughter filled the back of the Orient Café as 10 ladies filed in for their monthly Ladies Luncheon last Friday. The group stems from the original Sundowners R.V. Club in Lyle,...

 

We will miss them

This week’s news about the Lyle School Superintendent seems to be pretty sad. Yes, very sad indeed. The Celebration Center was jammed full of family and friends for our beloved Joyce Bryan last...

 

Musuem's annual yard sale this weekend

They say bad news comes in threes… Lyle is greatly saddened this week by the three fold loss of long-time residents Heather Jean (Mattox) Pemberton, Daniel Roth and Pam Oldenberg. They are...

 

Roll up your sleeves, Lyle Park playground needs TLC

All you ‘Birders’ out there…The eagles have landed!  Bald eagles migrate south each winter in search of food and the Columbia River is a favorite winter vacation home. The Dalles Dam Visitor...

 

Make a resolution to volunteer!

Attention pet owners…I gleaned from the Dallesport Newsletter that “There has recently been a number of missing dogs from the Dallesport area. It is suspected that these dogs did not run away on...

 

This year's NW Homesteading Fair canceled, volunteers and planners needed for 2016

The Twin Bridges Museum Board is ecstatic…Washington State Representative Gina McCabe posted an announcement in her newsletter where she stated, “As the legislative session was wrapping up we...

 

Info update at council meeting

Two speakers will address the residents at the Lions Club for the March 23 meeting of the Lyle Community Council. Representatives from the PUD and Klickitat County Public Works Director Gordon Kelsey...

 

Lyle, High Prairie firefighters to be honored March 13

Have you noticed the bright yellow drop off box located at Milestone Nursery, corner of 7th and Highway 14? Mo has generously donated the spot for an ongoing fundraiser for the Columbia Grange 87,...

 

Lyle Community Council to organize spring town meeting

The Lyle Community Council would like your opinion of who you would like to talk to, or ask questions of, in our county. A town meeting is planned later in the spring and they would appreciate your...

 

Sirens blast to beckon neighbors together

It’s all about Christmas… When you hear the sirens screaming and horns blaring on the evening of Dec. 20, don’t panic; it will only be the Christmas decorated, fire truck caravan wandering up...

 

Museum volunteers needed

In writing last week’s article about the Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser the Twin Bridges Museum is having, I was not aware that the children’s plate would only be half price ($2.50) for age 10 and...

 

Cycle Oregon loses their way and goes to Glenwood via Lyle still welcomed

If you happen to be up around 6 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 7, and happen to see about a hundred bicycles coming through and stopping for a rest at the park in Lyle, then you will be able to say you...

 

Grange postpones anniversary celebration

Start your September right with the Lions Club breakfast coming on the first Saturday of the month. Things can only get better after experiencing one of these hearty meals and all the camaraderie of...

 

Hiker receives rattlesnake bite

Kudos to Oren Johnson and his crew for their efforts and dedication in preserving the old Lyle Elementary School (now the Activity Center) with a new facelift; by first removing surface grime, (solven...

 

Pirate Carnival Sunday, KPUD to speak at next Lyle Community Council meeting

Many Lyle residents share in the grief of the loss of one of our lifetime residents, Delbert Brashers. No other information is available to me at this time, but was told that notices will be posted...

 

Jerky and sweets offered by new business

Klickitat County is one of the Central Washington counties connected to the Ecology Youth Corps (EYC) which is Washington State’s largest youth employment program. These 13 to 17 year olds provide...

 

Lyle Community Council to meet Monday

If your interest lies in supporting the future betterment of Lyle, with ideas or suggestions about what you would like to see happen, consider attending the next meeting of the Tourism Advocacy...

 

Grange hosts party and fundraiser

The Friends of the Gorge held their ‘Open House’ meeting on Dec. 11, at the Activity Center to hand out surveys on the hot topic of whether the majority of Lyle residents and ‘adjacent property...

 

Sayler's holds fundraiser for fire victims

The Town Hall meeting held at the Lion's Club will be covered in another article in this newspaper so I will only add that it was a standing room...

 

Lyle Activity Center wall to become canvas for local graffiti artists

We lost another lifetime resident. Richard “Dick” Sauter passed away at the age of 81 on June 3. He was born on the family homestead here in Lyle. Saturday, June 8, brought family and friends toge...

 

Meeting set for those who plan to take part in Lyle Community Market

Long gone are the Town Criers that would walk the streets and shout out the news. It never ceases to frustrate me when I hear over and over that “I didn’t know that was going to happen or I would...

 

Impact Auto to open soon in Lyle

They are not open…Yet. Cris Lucatero has leased the service station and is remodeling it into his “Impact Automotive” business, which he assures all of his employees are Master Certified Auto Te...

 

Cougar sighted in Lyle again

Over 150 contestants participated in the Klickitat Trail half-marathon & 5k run/walk between Klickitat and Lyle on Saturday Nov. 3, most of which never knew our area existed. Congratulations go to som...

 

Residents asked to complete online broadband survey

A broadband meeting was held at the Lyle Activity Center on Oct. 13. The Klickitat-Skamania local technology team received a grant to assess local needs. The team is working to determine how best to...

 

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