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Articles from the May 15, 2013 edition

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 By Deb Brumley    News    May 15, 2013

Election filings are 'fast and furious'

Thirty-two civic minded individuals have filed for a Klickitat County elected office, as of Tuesday, May 14, day two of the five-day Washington State...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    May 15, 2013

Volunteers work on building renovation

A Goldendale church is the beneficiary of extraordinary generosity of spirit and expertise. One of the world’s largest construction...

 
 By Jesse Sines    News    May 15, 2013

Second Thursday highlights photo club

Goldendale’s Golden Art Gallery’s Second Thursday event for May occurred May 9 and featured members of the Goldendale Photo Club, which was...

 
 By Deb Brumley    News    May 15, 2013

Making friends for those who find it hard

You know that friend, the one who collects people and their stories as easy as breathing; the social piranha who knows no stranger and is forever whooping it up in grocery and waiting lines with...

 

Hearing set for July in theft case

A hearing has been set for July 17 for Tammy Henderson, 41, of Goldendale on a charge of first degree theft. Henderson pled not guilty in court on May 6 and was released on her own recognizance. The...

 

Level 3 sex offender now in Goldendale

The Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office Monday issued notice of the arrival in Goldendale of a Level 3 registered sex offender. Ernest Ray Stanton...

 

Hwy 97 road work resumes at two locations

The work on the U.S. 97 both north- and south-bound near Goldendale has resumed, and with it comes some delays for travelers. The Washington State...

 

Lawrence Rutledge

Lawrence R. Rutledge was born in Cimarron, N.M. on March 1, 1919, to Thomas Roy Rutledge and Francis (Wise) Rutledge. Larry and his sister, Dessi,...

 

Pearl Warner

Flossie Pearl Warner died May 6, 2013, at the age of 96, at Klickitat Valley Hospital in Goldendale, WA. Pearl was born Feb. 13, 1917, in Cleo Springs...

 

Vivian Foley

Vivian Marie Foley was born on June 14, 1928 to parents Charlotte and Lester Senechalle. Vivian was raised in Chicago, Illinois with her siblings. As...

 

Larry Pieper

Larry William Pieper Sr. Born Jan. 29, 1939, to William Hennig Pieper and Florence Mabel Whitcher in Fayette County Iowa. He served as a tail gunner in the Navel Air Corps and was stationed in...

 

Walter "Gene" Colver

Walter Eugene ‘Gene’ Colver, 87, a resident of Wishram, Washington died Saturday, May 4, 2013 at a local care center. ‘Gene’ was born August 14, 1925 in Omak, Wash., to Joseph and Gertrude...

 

Randy S. Clary

Randy S. Clary passed away on May 13, 2013. Services will be held at Christ The King Lutheran Church, in Goldendale on May 19, 2013 at 2 p.m....

 

Tractor pull returns Memorial Day weekend

The Goldendale Tractor Guys n’ Gals will show their prowess on May 25-26 with the annual Vintage Tractor Pull to be held at Joe Sellers’ track, about three miles north of Goldendale on Hanging...

 

Conroy named one of CSU doctoral candidates

Goldendale graduate, Tessa Conroy is among 20 early career academics, Ph.D. candidates and Postdoctoral Fellows, selected to be 2013-14 Global Sustainability Leadership Fellows. The SoGES Global...

 

Schubert-Musser engagement

Glenn and Eileen Musser are pleased to announce the engagement of their son, Todd Musser, to Katie Schubert. Todd is a graduate of Goldendale High...

 

Protect family farmers by responding to Ag Census now

We represent thousands of African American, Hispanic, and Native American farmers in the United States, and we recognize the importance of as many of our farmers being counted in the agriculture censu...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    May 15, 2013

Shoes for both feet, Mount St. Helen's, Spam

May 15: 53,032 BC—Tribesman Nacho discovers the only way to stop a bad Cro-Magnon with a rock is a good Cro-Magnon with a rock. 1817—The Asylum for the Relief of Persons Deprived of the Use of...

 

Engine rebuilding among Glenwood student projects

It has been fun watching the changes around the Glenwood Valley as spring advances this year. A couple of weeks ago as the daffodils began shriveling up and the cottonwood and birches started rolling...

 

Goat guild workshop, cemetery clean up Saturday

My emotions sway as if I were a child on the playground swing. First I go up with pride of a resident that anonymously mowed near the welcome signs,...

 

Jensen named 2013 Picnic president

Bud and Lillian Phelps were honored last Monday evening with a barbecue dinner at the Cowboy Church service. Bud and Lilliean were married 65 years ag...

 

GHS FFA plant sale Saturday; new pizza place opens

Summer is almost here, and along with that comes the Maryhill Winery Summer Concert Series during July and August. Tickets just went on sale May 10. The first concert is happening Sunday, July 14...

 

Looking Back

Goldendale’s 1888 Fire May 13, 1888 was the date set for the Strawberry Festival and picnic at the R.C. Coombs place east of Goldendale. Many of the...

 

Annual Goat Academy Saturday in Lyle

The third annual Goat Academy will be presented this Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Lyle Community Center. The popular event will have 22...

 

DNR warns of fire danger due to warm, dry spell

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Southeast Region Klickitat District and the Fire Districts in Klickitat County are urging people to use caution this fire season. The...

 

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