The Goldendale Sentinel - Headlines & History since 1879

Articles from the May 14, 2014 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 30



Police dispute rumors of brutality in arrest of man who allegedly assaulted officer

A very public arrest took place on East Broadway, across from the Market Fresh grocery store on April 24, resulting in a serious injury to one man...

 
 By Lisa Cunningham    News    May 14, 2014

Cattleman of the Year not the typical Klickitat County ranch

The invitation to the annual Klickitat County Livestock Growers field day read, "Schreiner Farms is not your traditional cattle operation. You are in...

 

Lyle school receives $641,960 grant with strings attached

Lyle Middle School is one of 13 schools that are to receive School Improvement Grants (SIG), according to an announcement by Office of Superintendent...

 

Agencies take down drug sites in five simultaneous raids

Drug dealing in Goldendale suffered a set-back on Tuesday, as an interagency force made arrests at five locations within Goldendale. The operation...

 

Local WWII vets to board Honor Flight to Wash. D.C.

Three World War II veterans have been invited to be part of the honor flight to Washington D.C. Wayne Eames, U.S. Merchant Marines, Harold Bickle, U.S. Army, and Al Messenger, U.S. Navy will be part...

 

Rural 7 responds with foam to smoking windmill on Dot Road

A breaker tripped in a substation connected to Harvest Wind on Dot Road at 10:30 a.m., on May 7. Upon investigation, it was found that a transformer had ruptured and was smoking. A 911 call was made...

 
 By Don McManman    News    May 14, 2014

Farmers Market open Saturdays at Ekone Park

Facing blustery weather, vendors and customers thronged to the Goldendale Farmers Market on Saturday for one of the most successful openings in...

 

Fifteenth annual High Prairie Firehouse Sale this weekend

The High Prairie Community will hold its 15th Annual High Prairie Firehouse Sale this coming weekend. Starting May 16, and running through May 18. This widely anticipated spring event combines a...

 

Home and Garden show drew estimated 2,000 visitors

About 2,000 people visited the May 2-3 Home and Garden Show in Goldendale, according to the Greater Goldendale Area Chamber of Commerce. Visitors...

 

David Gunkel seeks 4-H shooting title in small bore rifle at State

Klickitat County 4-H shooters will be in action at the State Shooting Sports tournament in Eatonville, this weekend. Representing the county will be...

 

Daniel Wallenmeyer

Daniel Wallenmeyer, 81, passed away on Saturday, April 12, 2014, at Hawks Ridge in Hood River. Daniel was born April 28, 1932 in Evansville, Indiana to Mindie (Madden) and William A. Wallenmeyer....

 

Isaac Frasher

Isaac Putnam Frasher was born April 17, 2014, in The Dalles, Ore., to Nicholas Putnam Frasher and Adriana Gonzalez. Isaac weighed 8 lbs., 15.6 ounces, and was 22 inches long. Maternal grandparent is...

 

Scarlett Olson

Scarlett Wren Olson was born in Portland, April 21, 2014, to Krista and Wade Olson. She weighed 7 pounds, 2.5 ounces and was 20 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Lori and Tom Call of High...

 

Technology on parade at Goldendale Library

On Thursday, May 15, the Goldendale Library will host The Gadget Menagerie, a hands-on workshop for exploring new devices like tablet computers, e-Readers, and other wireless devices.  This...

 

Williams completes Army basic training

SPC Dakotta A. Williams completed her U.S. Army basic training in Fort Sills, Okla., on May 2. SPC Williams graduated from Goldendale High School in...

 
 By Karen Henslee    Opinion    May 14, 2014

It's not just the headlines that make history, it's people

Have you ever wondered why we are interested in the news tidbits of the past? I don’t mean the type of news that people frame and hang on their...

 

Blast from the past

Harvey Aluminum, south of Goldendale, in 1971. More than 40 years ago, the Harvey Aluminum smelter was built alongside the John Day Dam. At the...

 
 By Dick Schuller    Opinion    May 14, 2014

What? You never worry?

To the Editor: So… what do you worry about? Is it the Russian situation, dandelions all over the lawn, cyber bullies, health, or your spouse? I have a friend who has an unusual worry. He thinks we...

 
 By John E Bartz    Opinion    May 14, 2014

Who's really to blame?

To the Editor: I am a dispatcher for Klickitat County. I am also a citizen of Klickitat County and the City of Goldendale. Just as last week’s writer said I am also frustrated that we are not...

 

Girls wanted for queen tryouts

The Glenwood Community Council meeting for May is Tuesday, May 20, at 7 p.m. at the Glenwood Grange. The agenda includes visiting speakers, Crista Schroder who is running for the Klickitat County Asse...

 

Bickleton has a new gift shop

Sunshine Outpost, owned by Jen and Steve Luther, features all types of gift items, including hand-crafted barnwood and horseshoe projects, made by...

 

Firehouse sale in High Prairie this weekend

Don’t forget… High Prairie’s Firehouse Sale on Friday, May 16, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The annual sale offers a wide variety...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - May 14, 1964 • The Goldendale High School work day held last week was one of the best in recent years, according to Bruce Myra, vice chairman of the committee. Over $1,300 was earned...

 

Only the weather could have been better at inaugural meet in Bickleton

Bickleton held its inaugural high school meet on their new track, Friday. It was a blustery day with high winds forcing track hands to hold the bar...

 

Weekend meets first step towards qualification for State track meet

The first round of qualifying track meets will be held in Goldendale and Bickleton this Friday. Goldendale will host the SCAC west sub-district with the top four places in the lane events and the top...

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2017

Rendered 06/18/2018 04:43