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Articles from the April 22, 2015 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 22, 2015

Murky bill moving through Legislature

Remaining legislative action in Olympia before the session closes includes prospective changes in marijuana tax distribution and possible new taxes... Full story

 

Governor's drought action affects county

Worsening drought and snowpack conditions in Washington prompted Gov. Inslee to expand the state's drought emergency Friday. Nearly half the state is...

 

Road closure controversy heats up

In a recent story in The Sentinel, it was reported that a Goldendale resident had made plans to gate off a private road on which approximately 15 resi...

 

Candidate filing deadlines approaching

The Klickitat County Auditor’s Office has issued a reminder of upcoming candidate filing deadlines for this year. Candidate filing week is May 11 through May 15. Online filing begins at 9 a.m. on...

 

Home and Garden Show set to bloom

Goldendale’s seventh annual Home and Garden Show is just around the corner, and visitors have a lot to look forward to. The event, presented by the Greater Goldendale Area Chamber of Commerce, is...

 

Rock Creek Pow Wow

A young dancer delights an appreciative audience Friday night at the annual Rock Creek Pow Wow....

 

Community reads "The End of Night" to bring light to the discussions on darkness

A recent reading program at the Goldendale Library wants to keep people out of the dark. “The program is called, ‘Community Reads’ and it is based upon a National Endowment for the Arts program...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    April 22, 2015

Frustrated commissioners vote to extend marijuana moratorium

Lacking a recommendation from the Planning Commission, Klickitat County Commissioners voted to extend a moratorium on any new marijuana producers, processors or retailers in Klickitat Couny at their...

 

Bob Maling

Leland R. (Robert) Maling, 84, passed away March 21, 2015. He was born March 31, 1930, in Sunnyside, WA, the second of four children, to Leland A and Pauline (Renke) Maling. Bob grew up in Sunnyside,... Full story

 

Goldendale Middle School releases honor roll for third quarter

Eighth grade: Yesenia Alcantar, Lucas Anderson, Kelli Bighorn, Katelyn Bolton, Alden Bothamley, Brooklyn Boyes, Emmanuel Castaneda, Natalie Conroy, Alexxy Estrada-Flores, Eric Evans, Cody Farmer, Cale...

 

Gilliam-Rhoades to marry

Amanda Gilliam will marry Bob Rhoades at Horning's Hideout in North Plains, Oregon on June 13, 2015. Amanda is the daughter of David and Janet... Full story

 

GCS announces their students of the month for Feb. and Mar.

Love and kindness were the focus at Goldendale Christian School for the months of February and March. As part of the school's practice, students who...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - April 22, 1965 • The county commissioners voted at their meeting Monday to delay the decision on the closure of the old Maryhill Loops. Only two interested persons appeared at the hea...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    April 22, 2015

The April Fool's Day story and photo that won't go away

The calls go something like this: “Hey, I’m trying to find that Bigfoot crossing sign you ran in your paper. It’s up on 97, right? Looks like...

 

Column is a joy

To the Editor: Thank you to Jean Smeltzer for the interesting column you do, “Looking Back.” Because of your work and study on past events, I’m able to reminisce, reflect and laugh. Because of...

 
 By Leo Spencer    Opinion    April 22, 2015

Support the Fire Victims Fund

To The Editor: In Klickitat County, we are fortunate to have formed a Fire Victims Fund 20 years ago. This fund is available to be used in a disaster situation to help rebuild lives. Throughout the...

 

Learn to prepare for wildfires April 30 at Lyle School

As the weather is giving us a head’s up on what to expect during upcoming fire season, Lyle has been chosen for one of the meetings concerning wildfire preparedness and will hold it on April 30,...

 

Gimlin selected as new superintendent/principal of Glenwood School

Congratulations to Heather Gimlin who has been hired by the school board to become superintendent/principal of the Glenwood Schools effective July 1! Mrs. Gimlin, who currently serves in that...

 

Iron Mustangs perform well at Regionals

Last week the Trout Lake Robotics Team the ‘Iron Mustangs’ went to the Regional competition at Cheney ranked 34 out of 64 teams.  After a tremendous slide in standings to 56 the first day, they...

 

Cano and Ricks go 3-0 on the week

It is about that time of year when tennis coaches do a little mixing and matching to test the strengths of their teams, and so it is with Goldendale w...

 

From the best seat in the house

It has been very entertaining to watch the track and field career of Gabe Montoya, of Lyle-Wishram, mainly because he is a talented athlete, but also...

 

Atchley beyond 19 feet at Hood River, moves to sixth on 1B performance list

Klickitat had a nearly full roster of track and field athletes at their meets in Hood River and Stevenson this weekend setting a number of personal...

 

Gerchak's 81 best at SCAC meet

Goldendale golfers had their best outing of the year with three sub-ninety scores at Suntides Golf Course, producing wins over Naches Valley, Highland and Royal City. Andrew Gerchak shot an 81 for...

 

Wolves split with Panthers, lose two to Leopards

Goldendale fell behind by 10 runs in the first inning, then played an even game at Zillah, Saturday, losing the game 12-1. The Timberwolves were in ga...

 

Pirates win at K Valley meet

Bickleton’s boys won another track and field meet at the K Valley Invitational at Kittitas on Friday. The Pirates finished with 92.33 points, ahead...

 

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