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Cougars re-enter 2B volleyball with new coach, same league

A large turnout for volleyball at Lyle-Wishram means one of the big challenges for first year coach Jane Roberts, will be getting everyone enough...

 

From the best seat in the house

This is my last act from the best seat in the house. It has been my pleasure to write about your children’s sports exploits. and photograph them in... Full story

 

Fractions of seconds separate winners and losers at County Fair NPRA rodeo

The B Bar D bulls were too tough to ride at this year's Klickitat County Fair NPRA Rodeo, leaving $1,500 in the hands of the stock contractor. Two...

 

Timberwolf football launches Alan Hale era, fourth coach in five years

Alan Hale is the new skipper of the Goldendale Timberwolves football team this year, the fifth different head coach since Doyle Payne's final year in...

 

MIXING IT UP

Goldendale's girls soccer team had a lively practice this week in preparation for their home and season opening game on Sept. 6 against...

 

Harvest 2016

There can be no doubt about who owns this range. One of the majestic bulls of Klickitat County stands watch over his ground. Much of Klickitat County...

 

Trout Lake Fair

OLD TIME FAIR: From the idyllic setting at the foot of Mt. Adams, to the fantastic fair with quirky entries from the locals (such as this year's... Full story

 

Narrow victory in Unlimited decides Western series championship at Broken Boulder Farm

When Jesse Haines dropped off a boulder during the final run on a tough course at Broken Boulder Farms, the crowd roared. It was perhaps a... Full story

 

Diversity important to survival of steelhead, says biologist

Strong wild steelhead runs throughout the Northwest is the measure of success that a group of fishers are seeking, according to Nick Chambers....

 

From the best seat in the house

It may be hot and it will certainly be dirty, but you have to go out to Broken Boulder Farms this weekend for the WE Rock rock crawl competition. It...

 

Volleyball team winds down summer with big win at Granger tournament

It may not count for much now, but the tournament win by the Goldendale Gold team last weekend at least sends a message to the SCAC that Goldendale...

 

Smith takes break from coaching to certify for school administration

Every coach would like to go out on top. While Lyle-Wishram didn't quite get there during Lori Smith's 21 years as a coach, they did get to State in...

 

Myers says its time to pass the torch...Padgett and Padgett carry on the Myers touch in volleyball and basketball at LW

Some time back in February, Scott Myers coached his final game at Lyle. The date isn't important because in many ways, Myers is still coaching....

 

COMMUNITY DAYS

It was parades and cars and food and music and fun everywhere at last week's Community Days. During the parade, eager kids along the parade route... Full story

 

Polajzar drives Minions car to second Fourth of July derby win

More cars and more action was the theme for this year's running of the Goldendale Jaycees' Demolition Derby, but the winner was a familiar car, a... Full story

 

From the best seat in the house

Monday’s demolition derby was a good show. It seems these guys/gals are putting together some extremely durable cars these days. The only black ma...

 

Ballesteros wins open, Pross repeats at Loops

Brazilian Max Ballesteros won the open class skateboard showdown on Saturday, edging countryman Thiago Gomes Lessa for an undisputed win in the first... Full story

 

From the best seat in the house

A proud mother emailed to tell me that the mugger in a picture I ran from the Aldercreek Rodeo, last week, was Aaron Cochran. I was very glad to...

 

Bull Bash under the lights extends the excitment of the Ketchum Kalf Rodeo

The first running of the Ketchum Kalf Bull Bash was an unabashed success, particularly for Cody Ford, of Hermiston. He was the big winner, coming out... Full story

 

Scenes from the Ketchum Kalf Rodeo

WHAT A WEEK: From rodeo grounds prep to an added day of bull riding and weekend festivities culminating with the Ketchum Kalf Rodeo, Glenwood...

 

Prosecutor says guilty pleas are more common

Klickitat County Prosecutor David Quesnel has released court statistics that relate to his campaign objectives back in 2014. During the campaign, Ques...

 

Man jailed for assault, claims self defense

A Goldendale man was sent to jail for severely beating another man in what he claimed was self-defense. Goldendale Police responded to the 300 block...

 

Bickleton's Alires wins saddle bronc event at Alder Creek Rodeo

The action started a little slow at the Alder Creek Pioneer Picnic and Rodeo last weekend. Saturday's rodeo was down some in numbers and according to... Full story

 

Identity thief identified, nabbed

• One company’s vetting of its prospective renters has resulted in the arrest of a man who had been living off stolen identification. A...

 

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