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Shots fired in Cleveland

ONE DEAD, ONE WOUNDED: Shots fired in Cleveland, near Bickleton, Tuesday afternoon resulted in the death of Norman Leuning, 79, of Cleveland and...

 

Cool way to start the year

There were two strategies played out at the Polar Plunge, Jan. 1, at Maryhill State Park. Most of those above had the "get it over quickly" plan,...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 8, 2014

Tourism council to form

An unusual gathering of Gorge-area civic, business, and government representatives met Monday night at the Goldendale Library to discuss formation of...

 
 By Justin Brimer    News    January 8, 2014

Homeless shelter opens

Goldendale's homeless now have a warm place to sleep, a kitchen to prepare food, and a place to shower and do laundry. A local church, with help from...

 

Most interesting stories of the year

This week continues The Sentinel’s look at the top stories of 2013. May 2013 Store reopens with surprise support Attics tend to be forgotten places, and Aimee’s almost was. Just a few short...

 

Council adds a member

l New Goldendale City Council member Michael Canon takes his oath of office at Monday evening's council meeting. During the brief public portion of...

 

Hoctor winner of Mason's rifle raffle

The Goldendale Masonic Lodge 31 has a winner for the Ruger 10-22 Rifle Raffle. The winner was picked by WM Steve Hinze at the Goldendale Lodge....

 

Ivan Whitehouse

Ivan John Whitehouse, 91, passed away in Goldendale December 20, 2013. He was born in Toledo, Washington on June 2, 1922 to Mary Irene (Dinnis) and Elmer John Whitehouse. Ivan served in the United...

 

Slinger named to SCC honor roll

Jaimi Slinger of Goldendale was named to the spring 2013 honor roll at Spokane Community College. To receive honor roll status, students must earn a 3.0 grade point average or higher. Community...

 

Grimes graduates from Perry Tech

A native of Goldendale was among the students who graduated from Perry Technical Institute on Dec. 18. Ike Grimes graduated from the Automotive Technology Program. Established in 1939, Perry...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – January 9, 1964 The first baby in 1964 has arrived at Klickitat Valley Hospital. Born at 5:10 p.m. Monday, January 6, Randy Scott Tallman had a weight of 6 pounds 13 ounces. Randy...

 
 By Sarah Gould    Opinion    January 8, 2014

Steps to avoid in the quest to improve yourself in 2014

Happy Belated New Year! I hope you had an enjoyable one and didn’t sleep through the countdown like me. But since I did, I think I should be able to hold off on my resolutions until at least Valenti...

 

Stop blocking anonymous calls

To the Editor: Are we living in a paranoid world? Most of the people and businesses that I call in the Goldendale area have anonymous phone call blocking on. If I wanted you to have my number, you'd...

 
 By Bonnie New    Opinion    January 8, 2014

To do nothing is to be complicit

To the Editor: It’s now more than a year since the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. Twenty children and seven adults were killed by a young man with a history of...

 

Parenting class coming to Dallesport School

Lyle School District and Skamania-Klickitat Community Network are sponsoring a “Love and Logic Parenting Class”. Its free, simple, practical, promotes responsibility and respect, and can be used w...

 

FVRL offers chance to fill your bookshelves at used book sale

More than 14,000 books at bargain prices! Here’s your chance to find the books you’ve wanted to read or to restock your stormy day collection at home! Fort Vancouver Regional Library Foundation...

 

Ogden, Lions to provide free eye clinic

A partnership made up of the Goldendale Lions Club, the Goldendale High School Leos Club, Dr. Jim Ogden and a local, generous benefactor will be providing a free eye clinic for people who do not have...

 

East District Court

November 19 •Gerald Dick Street, Jr.: DUI (1/24/11); Guilty plea, 364 days/364 susp., fines/fees $1,488, 60 months probation. •Dawn M. Bull: Hit and Run Attended Vehicle (5/20/13); 12 month...

 

Wanderscheid State title, Gunkel marksmanship among top stories of 2013

Two of the most significant accomplishments by high school athletes in 2013 were the State golfing championship won by Bree Wanderscheid and the...

 

Lady Cougars crush Acorns

Three Lady Cougars scored in double figures in what Coach Joe Bales described as a nice way to start the new year, as Lyle-Wishram rolled over Oakville 53-12. The Cougars overwhelmed the Acorns with...

 

Klickitat and Bickleton split non-league games

Klickitat and Bickleton tipped off the new year much as they did last year in a four team tournament at Helix, Ore. Walla Walla Valley Academy got the best of the locals both years and the Vandals...

 

Lady Wolves on the run in 2014

There are a lot of similarities between last year's Lady Timberwolves and this year's team. Even their record is similar, starting with losses to...

 

New look Timberwolves broaden their attack

Last year's Timberwolf team was in a rebuilding mode, lacking senior experience and more importantly, lacking a scoring punch which forced first year...

 

Wolves are a competitive team, hope to double numbers to State

Goldendale has a nice mix of seniors and young talent on this year's wrestling squad. There are seven seniors, one junior, 11 sophomores and four...

 

Young guards support Lady Pirate inside attack

There are big changes in Bickleton as Coach Emily Barnhart says this is the first year she has had more new girls than returning players. In fact...

 

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