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Annual awards presented at Livestock banquet

The Klickitat County Livestock Growers banquet was held on March 21 at the Elks Lodge in White Salmon. In addition to dinner, the group connected...

 

Bill would allow PUD to sell landfill energy

Over the past few months a new bill introduced by Rep. Norm Johnson (R-Yakima) has been making its way through Olympia, one that could help the Klickitat PUD help the environment. The process would...

 

Multiple heart surgeries don't hold GHS student down

One Goldendale High School senior is stronger than a lot of full-grown men out there; he can stare any challenge he faces in the eyes and somehow...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 25, 2015

LIVING THEIR DREAMS

The 2015 Goldendale Soroptimists Awards Night was Thursday, with three women receiving key honors....

 

EXTRA EFFORT

In Centerville it is the PTC, in Klickitat the PTO. Whatever the name, parent and teacher organizations play a big role in supplementing the...

 

Klickitat County Prosecutor's log

Below is a summary of major events from Superior Court criminal docket for the week of March 16th, 2105. Superior Court is in session generally every other week. State v. Erik Csimazia, 14-1-00164-1,...

 

Burglars held at gunpoint for police

A Saturday night incident at the Grange Hall in Goldendale resulted in one man being arrested for disorderly conduct. Police were called to the Grange Hall around 11:30 p.m. where a fight had been...

 

Visibility of sheriff's deputies noted by public

Klickitat County Sheriff’s deputies Ben Corning and Pat Kaley stopped a car they observed weaving along Simcoe Mountain Road, around 2:50 a.m. on Friday morning. They arrested James Bush, 59, of...

 

Studded tires to be off in Washington by March 31

With spring here, the Washington State Department of Transportation reminds drivers to remove their studded tires by midnight Tuesday, March 31. Under state law, driving with studded tires after...

 

PUTTING LIGHT TO IDEAS

The glass doors of the Camplan Room served as a wall of ideas put forth by participants in the brain storming session for those interested in a...

 

Robert Lee Andrews

What to do.....2370 gallons of water per minute.....flowing from an artesian well.....74 degree temperature. It's a blessing but it does create...

 

Doug Garner

Douglas Christopher Garner was born 12/25/1950 to Leo and Dorothy (Davis) Garner in Toppenish, WA. He passed away on March 20, 2015. Doug spent his childhood in Goldendale. He worked for several...

 

Smeltzer cousins

Two first cousins were born one week apart. The first arrival was Harper Penelope on March 5, 2015, the daughter of Ervin and Lauren (Basse) Ebalo, of Fullerton, Calif. The second was Dedan Ezekiel...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - March 18, 1965 • Goldendale was visited with heavy gusts of wind from the north and east last Thursday afternoon. Dark clouds accompanied the wind. Dust clouds were raised by the...

 

Vance named 2015 West Klickitat Posse and Saddle Club queen

The West Klickitat Posse and Saddle Club crowned Brandi Vance their 2015 queen at her coronation last month in White Salmon. Because her buckle was...

 

A fond week teaching in a cold Alaskan classroom

Once upon a time before we had cell phones, IPods, and texting, my wife and I slept in a log cabin. Along with our three small children, Ricky, Linda, and Annette, our lives were riveted to the task...

 

Cougar spotted near post office

This year at the annual Lyle Clean Up a paper shredder company has agreed to be on hand for all those important papers you have boxed up and not sure what to do with. So bring those personal documents...

 

Iron Mustangs take third in weekend robotics competition

The variety show and dinner, a fund raiser for the Community Foundation Scholarship program, held on Saturday night was very well attended. The show was quite amusing and entertaining. The emcee had...

 

Plans in the works for all-school class reunion

The Mt. Adams Community 4-H Club will continue taking orders for fresh fruit until the end of March — with deliveries the following week. The local 4-Hers have been selling fresh fruit annually...

 

GHS releases honor roll

Goldendale High School released the names of those students named to the honor roll for the first semester of the 2014-2015 school-year. Included are: 4.00 GPA: (Ninth grade) Reanna Holycross, Alexand...

 

East District Court

February 24 • Erik Jon Csizmazia: Vehicle Prowling 2nd Degree Attempt. (12/10/14); dismissed per City motion. • James J. Adams: DWLS 3rd Degree (11/26/14); Guilty plea, jail 90/90 suspended, fine/...

 

Mini-fair time at the Goldendale Grange

Spring is here! And the Grange Mini-fair is just around the corner. This is an opportunity for everyone, members or non-members to strut their stuff when it comes to arts and crafts, photography,...

 

From the best seat in the house

Most SCAC west teams have only two track meets under their belt so far this year, (Goldendale has one) so it is too soon to jump to many conclusions....

 

Young legs scoring points for Lady Timberwolf track

Andrew Christiansen Reporter One thing stands out with this year's Goldendale girls' track and field team, they are young and they are fast. The...

 

Cano and Ricks start tennis season with pair of two set wins

Goldendale boys split their double-dual tennis matches on Saturday against Wahluke and Royal as the Lady Timberwolves dropped a pair of 4-1 matches....

 

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