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Articles from the April 30, 2014 edition

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The 2014 Home and Garden Show looks to new audiences, vendors

From buildings to plants to clothing to cooking, the 2014 vendors have it all Sometimes you don't know you want or need something until you see it....

 

Show goes on for injured high school student

You'd pretty much have to go back to the days of The Ed Sullivan Show to match this much variety in an entertainment program. (Note to younger readers...

 

McCabe campaign kicks off

Gina McCabe of Goldendale, Republican candidate for state representative for the 14th District, holds a campaign kick-off and press conference Thursday, May 8, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Maryhill...

 

Impact of Washington State's loss of school waiver rolls downhill to local school district

Goldendale School District became a victim of guilt by association last week when U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan informed the state that Washington’s waiver for Title I funding was being...

 

Wildfire Awareness Month starts May 1

Is your community prepared for wildfire? Each year, catastrophic wildfires threaten many Washington homes, businesses, and open lands, but residents can take steps to protect themselves and their...

 

Community action needed for Goldendale Food Bank

The Goldendale Food Bank is currently seeking assistance to move food and commodities from Bingen to Goldendale on the second and fourth Friday of the month. This run, averaging three to four pallets...

 

New chess exhibit opens at Maryhill Museum

On Saturday, May 3, Maryhill Museum will be celebrating the opening of the exhibit, "Cardboard, Clay and Crayons: Chess Sets by Young Northwest...

 

Raffle Winner

The Goldendale Freemasons held a drawing April 3 of their raffle for a free visit to the Bonneville Hot Springs Resort. The winner is Elaynna James, an employee of Sterling Bank. The raffle was a...

 

Farmers Market to raffle off heirloom seeds at Home and Garden show

A complete collection of Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds will be raffled this weekend at the Goldendale Home and Garden Show to benefit the Goldendale Farmers’ Market. The vegetable-garden-in-a-can is...

 

KVH Health Survey needs community participation

Diabetes. For most people, the word brings to mind fear, frustration, guilt, and even depression. The good news is research shows that efforts to reduce risks are resulting in significant decreases...

 

Don Naught

Don Naught was born to L.D. (Toppy) and Elsie (Roberts) Naught December 17, 1928 at his Aunt May's home in Mabton, WA and died at his home in...

 

Laura Daniel

Laura Marie Scott-Daniel passed away in Portland, Oregon on April 15, 2014 at the age of 54. She was born in San Luis Obispo, California on April 8, 1960 to Tonia Leslie (Shaw) and Joseph Weldon...

 

Looking Back

50 Yeas Ago – April 30, 1964 • The following names have been submitted to Washington State University to attend the Home Economics Judging School which will be held in Yakima on June 3. They are...

 

GMS recognizes honor roll students

Goldendale Middle School released the names of students achieving honor roll status for the third quarter of the 2013-2014 school year. Included are: Eighth grade: Cailey Abbott, Halie Abbott, Maria...

 

Cheryl Restorff

A memorial service for Cheryl Ann Restorff will be held Tuesday, May 6, at 11 a.m. at the Columbus Avenue Baptist Church. Luncheon will follow....

 
 By Sarah Gould    Opinion    April 30, 2014

On hotel computers, paragraph endings, and the rule of girls

Good Morning, Vietnam! Just kidding. As you are enjoying this with your coffee and slippers, enjoying your morning, remember just how much effort I put into trying to find a computer with access to...

 
 By Bob Mattila    Opinion    April 30, 2014

Is the U.S. doomed?

To the Editor: Thursday, May 1, is the 63rd National Day Of Prayer. The theme this year is, “One Voice United In Prayer.” God’s Word, the Bible, tells us in 2 Chron. 7:14, that if we, His...

 

Calling all photo enthusiasts, your photo can put $250 in your pocket

A last reminder of the Saturday, May 3, Lyle Lions Club “White Cane Awareness Day.” There will be a special donation box for this annual fundraiser, which goes to the Northwest Lions...

 

Lots of humming going on: Alpaca halter training begins

Spring training is in full swing – and not only for sporting activities. Alpaca farms throughout the Pacific Northwest are dusting off the...

 

Arlington Jackpot Rodeo May 10-11

The Arlington Jackpot Rodeo kicks off its 67th year, May 10 and 11 in Arlington. Events begin Saturday with a parade through downtown Arlington at 10 a.m. The queen’s luncheon at the United Methodis...

 

FUNDEM team sees nearly 3,000 patients on Central America trip

This is Dr. James Ogden’s report on his teams final days of their optometry mission to Central America. Thursday, April 3, was a slower day, and we worked at the school again. We finished seeing...

 

Can't get 'em at third

Reiss Kauffman awaits the throw at third with Travis Armour sliding in safely, left, and Will Bostick beats the throw to Mickey Jones, below, during...

 

Lady Wolves strong at Yakima tournament while consistency makes boys team contenders

The week could hardly have gone better for Goldendale golfers. The boys and girls teams won their league matches at Royal City on April 22 and the girls took first place at the Wally Johnson...

 

Four win week for Hoctor and Cline in singles

Wins were hard to come by for Goldendale’s tennis team as they lost matches to Highland and Cle Elum, last week. A singles win by Hannah Hoffman against Highland was the only win for the girls who...

 

New fishing, hunting pamphlets available

Anglers and hunters can check out the latest regulations for fishing and big game hunting in new pamphlets arriving now in sporting goods stores throughout the state. The pamphlets, compiled by...

 

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