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Journey 2012
 
The bunnymobile

The bunnymobile

Claudine Wade has an old truck decked out for Easter, including a giant egg on the truck bed and bunnies in the...

Dinner to honor vet raises funds to buy chair

Note: The Sentinel learned only yesterday afternoon that the recipient of the charity described in the following story already was in possession of a ...

Lady Timberwolves out-hit Spartans, lose double-header

Granger made the most of their opportunities on Saturday to take two games from the Lady Timberwolves 20-10 and 18-5. The final scores were decidedly ...

Kathleen Rich

Kathleen Dee Hutchins Niemeyer Rich passed away at home in Goldendale, Washington on April 7, 2014. She was 66 years old. Kathleen was born to Ruth M. (Mathews) and Lloyd D. Hutchins in Portland,...

Jussila arrested in The Dalles, wanted for Goldendale burglary

The prime suspect in a Goldendale burglary was arrested two weeks ago in The Dalles. According to Goldendale police, Dennis Jussila was arrested after attempting to sell jewelry at a shop in The...

End of a technological era means added security risks

Back in October, 2001, Windows XP was released, ushering in a new realm of internet connectivity and technological prowess that amazed the masses. This operating system (OS) has proven, over more...

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Other Articles of Interest

Anthony Hernandez honored for gift of life

Former Wishram resident and volunteer fire fighter Andrew Hernandez and five others were honored on April 15, posthumously with an award from Governor Jay Inslee acknowledging the lives they saved...

Ready for fishing

Seven members of the Klickitat chapter 484 of Trout Unlimited and 11 members of Boy Scout troop 751, of Goldendale, picked up 10 huge bags of trash...

Local teachers help keep Washington No. 1 in national certification

Washington State is No. 1 in the nation this year with 516 new National Board Certified Teachers, bringing the state total to 7,333 nationally...