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Skate Shop hosts Ramp JAM contest

Hopefully everyone in Goldendale and its surrounding areas has had a chance to get to know Jim and Brian Taylor of the Easy Outlaw Skate Shop. Father... Full story

 

SO LONG, AND THANKS FOR ALL THE COFFEE

If you still want to enjoy the homespun camaraderie and coffee at the Golden Coyote Coffee shop in Goldendale, you've got three more days to do it....

 

Meth team morphs into drug awareness support team

The Klickitat County Drug Awareness Team (KCDAT), formerly known as the Meth Action Team, is hosting their ninth annual 5K drug-free walk/run on the Klickitat County court house lawn to spread...

 

Main Street midwives serve expectant moms

If you are an expecting mother in Klickitat County and have had a difficult time figuring out where you will receive your prenatal care and where you...

 

Sullivan to be honored at special dinner

On Saturday, Aug. 29, the Goldendale Grange will be hosting a retirement party for one of Goldendale’s finest. Earlene Sullivan, who has spent a total of eight years serving the Greater Goldendale A...

 

Red House keeps drawing guests, renters

If you live in or around Goldendale, you've probably seen or heard of the famous Red House, built by Charles Newell in 1891. The house is known for...

 

Goldendale TSA students compete in Dallas

Goldendale High School students Connor Abbott and Nadia Smith traveled to Dallas, Texas to compete in the national Technology Student Association...

 

ABATE assists New Hope Farms during the Festival of Wheels

Whether they realized it or not, everyone who attended this year's Festival of Wheels was a supporter of New Hope Farms and America's most beloved...

 

New pastor to lead Goldendale Nazarene Church

Several changes have been happening at the churches around town, new pastors and worship directors are stepping on the scene and falling in love with...

 

Call for 'horse ride' heats up Main Street

A letter to the editor published in The Sentinel two weeks ago called for an act of civil disobedience colorfully referred to as a "Cowboy Ride."... Full story

 

Laestadian Lutheran Church hosts confirmation at Brooks Park

A state park such as Brooks Memorial is considered a beautiful escape from the societal part of life. For those of the Laestadian Lutheran faith, it...

 

Goldendale Farmers' Market celebrates its 10 year anniversary

The Goldendale Farmers' Market has come a long way since it was established at the chamber of commerce in 2005. After a growth in vendors, the Market... Full story

 

KVH adds providers, allows same-day scheduling

Changes are occurring at Klickitat Valley Health that are going to make life a lot easier for patients. Three new providers at the hospital will now allow patients who do not have a primary care...

 

Aimee's Attic gives 'Change' for change

Aimee's Attic is in the limelight once more, following a recent feature in the national magazine Souvenirs. At the store's location on Broadway, shopp... Full story

 

PRC's new director shares Walk for Life results

You may have met the new director of the Goldendale Pregnancy Resource Center (GPRC), but if you haven’t, you’re about to get to know her. Melissa Pittman, taking over for Sue Rankin, has...

 

Smith selected as state TSA director

Not to be confused with the better-known TSA, the Technology Student Association (TSA) is becoming one of the most popular career and technical student organizations (CTSO) in education, due to the...

 

W.E. Rock returns to Goldendale

Rock crawling is considered one of the most technical motorsports out there. If you haven't heard of it yet, you'll get an opportunity to see this ext...

 

Santa's Closet starts to fill up

While most people wait to do their Christmas shopping until Black Friday, others start early. This is completely understandable, especially if you...

 

Veterinary acupuncture comes to Goldendale

Dr. Kendra Moulton, practicing with Dr. Carl Conroy, has brought an exotic medical treatment to the Mid Columbia Veterinary Clinic in Goldendale. It i...

 

Programs for Peaceful Living is making some changes-but don't worry

One in four women and one in seven men will be victims of severe violence by an intimate partner in their lifetimes, resulting in 20 people falling victim to this crime every minute. These victims...

 

Ogden sees eye-to-eye for 40 years

Local optometrist Dr. James Ogden is celebrating his 40th year in business with his first assistant and his first patient. It was exactly four...

 

The stars come out on Goldendale streets

Goldendale is easily a famous little town, with the Observatory, the Presby Museum, the Maryhill Museum of Art and the award-winning Maryhill Winery....

 

KVH head of radiology attends experts conference in D.C.

The American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) hosted a conference in Washington D.C. last week to have experts in diagnostic...

 

Goldendale resident named WADE 2015 employee of the year

In the state of Washington, there are 45 Conservation Districts representing the state's 39 counties. These districts operate under the authority of t...

 

20 Year volunteer, Weddle recognized by GPS

Vivian Weddle was honored recently for her service to Goldendale students. "Mrs. Weddle, now 87 years old, has volunteered at GPS for 20 years as a...

 

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