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 By Contributed    News    April 6, 2016

Grange to honor birthday, centennial farms

Goldendale Grange #49 will be recognizing Klickitat County's Centennial Farms "plus 25 years" at its 105th Grange anniversary potluck luncheon... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 6, 2016

Dyment on beating death and 29 years with police

"I think this is where God wanted me to be," Kevin Dyment states, reflecting on his 29 years as a Goldendale police officer. "I think it was a great...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    April 6, 2016

City council meeting warns of tire tickets, says delay in project start

The Goldendale City Council honored retiring city police officer Kevin Dyment Monday night. Mayor Mike Canon read a proclamation praising his skill and dedication. Police Chief Reggie Bartkowski...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 6, 2016

Veracruz settles in Goldendale

Their burritos are about the size of a brick and are easily two meals, at least, for many people. And their fans say their food is fantastic. But if... Full story

 
 By Contributed    News    April 6, 2016

GHS students tackle 'Non-Traditional Agriculture'

The Goldendale Agriculture Department recently hosted two Non-Traditional Agriculture Career Nights for 7th through 12th grade agriculture students....

 

McCabe gets state funds for Goldendale Senior Center

Rep. Gina MCabe has secured $155,000 for the Goldendale Senior Center to repair its roof. "It's great when government works the way it's supposed...

 

Route 14 speed limit changing

Drivers who use State Route 14 near White Salmon should plan ahead and expect delays beginning next week. The Washington State Department of Transportation will reduce the speed limit from 55 mph to...

 

Governor signs Bickleton school bill

Legislation authored by Rep. Norm Johnson, R-Yakima, that would allow the Bickleton School District to retain a four-day class week and give public hospitals the ability to participate in job order...

 

Lawmakers end special session after adopting supplemental budget

Lawmakers wrapped up their 20-day special session Tuesday evening with passage of a supplemental budget. The final agreement preserved the four-year balanced budget requirement and included no new...

 

Quality Inn of Goldendale a Gold Hospitality Award winner

The Quality Inn and Suites hotel of Goldendale was recently announced as a recipient of a 2016 Gold Hospitality Award from Choice Hotels International, Inc. (NYSE: CHH), franchisor of the Quality Inn...

 

Ogden on the road

Dr. James Ogden is on a medical mission trip in South America. He sends these regular reports on his encounters. Today, we started doing eye exams for the students at the Mary Frenter School and start...

 

Looking Back

25 Years Ago - April 4, 1991 "1990 Klickitat County Fair Hay King" John Hoctor and "Grain King" Jim Sizemore display signs of their awards. Each were awarded $129 in prize money. Hoctor won the title...

 
 By Jim Miller    Opinion    April 6, 2016

Seniors strongly advised to get booster vaccinations

Dear Savvy Senior, I just turned 65 and would like to find out what types of vaccinations are recommended to Medicare beneficiaries, and how they are covered. Health Conscious Dear Conscious, Most...

 

Playing with fire leads to burns

To the Editor: “Play with matches long enough,” we can say with considerable assurance, “and at some point you will get burned.” This simple little aphorism comes to mind as we behold the...

 

Drummers really are people, too

Here are some highlights of our broadcast schedule for the week beginning Wednesday, April 6 and ending Tuesday, April 12: Wednesdays the musical theme is jazz, featuring The Quiet Storm from 4 p.m.... Full story

 

Lyle Clean Up day coming

Remember: Saturday, April 9 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. the school bus parking lot in Lyle will be the site for the Lyle Clean Up. Clean up the back yard,...

 

From the best seat in the house

Opening day for baseball has finally arrived and we shall soon see if the latest attempt to fix the Seattle Mariners is a step in the right...

 

Bickleton boys third at Moro meet, Cloud wins round of javelin

Area schools took in the warm Saturday weather with a track meet in Moro and Andrew Gannon gave the Bickleton boys a pair of wins towards their third...

 

Bryan and Golding lead Wolves at Don Holder Relays

Goldendale’s hurdling duo of Ocean Bryan and Brian Golding picked up where they left off last year with strong performances at the Don Holder Relays in Yakima, Saturday. Bryan and Golding each...

 

Bears take pair from Wolves in non-league action

Goldendale got behind early in both games against Ki-Be, Saturday on their way to 12-4 and 14-1 losses. Will Bostick had a pair of doubles in the opener and JC Cline was 3-5 with a double overall for...

 

Cougars sweep Dufur, are 6-2 on year

Late inning heroics helped Lyle-Wishram/Klickitat pull out a sweep over Dufur in Lyle, 7-6 and 12-11, last Friday. Kurtis Billette's seventh inning...

 

East District Court

March 22, 2016 • Jesus Delgadillo Garcia; DWLS 3rd Degree (1/12/16); Guilty plea; Jail 90/90 Suspended; Fine/Fees $210. 12 months probation. • Jesus Delgadillo Garcia; Negligent Driving 2nd...

 

Red Hot Frosh

There is always hot new talent moving into high school competition. The Red hot frosh from this weekend were Sam McCullough, of Lyle-Wishram and...

 

Timberwolf boys beat Rangers

John Hanna shut out Bryan Rincon 6-0, 6-0 and the team of Spencer Ricks and Ignacio Cano did the same to Hunter Gangle and Aaron George as Goldendale defeated Naches Valley 4-0, last Thursday....

 

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