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Inside Look

OVERGROWN INTESTINE: Last weekend's KVH Health Fair was a hit, with one of the highlights being this walk-in section of the human colon. Visitors...

 

Search suspended for man lost in Klickitat River

The search has been suspended for a Hood River man, lost in a rafting accident on the upper Klickitat River, according to Sgt. Joe Riggers of the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Department. Riggers...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    May 21, 2014

State lawmakers meet with Gorge Consortium

The Columbia Gorge Consortium invited lawmakers from Olympia and Salem who represent districts in the Columbia River Gorge to attend a bi-state...

 

Candidates lined up for election

The filing period for candidates has ended, and there are a few surprises. Among them is the challenge to U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler from within her own party. Following is the complete list of...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    May 21, 2014

Council moves toward repairing bridge

The Mill Street bridge, damaged when a truck crashed into it in March, will be repaired following action Monday night by the Goldendale city council. On March 24 a loaded semi truck rammed into the...

 

Photo Winners

The 2014 "Journey Through Klickitat County" visitors' guide is coming out soon, and the winners of the photo contest for the magazine have been...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    May 21, 2014

Help is nearby for aged and disabled in need of care

Today at noon, an important meeting takes place at the senior center in Goldendale. It covers how seniors can be better cared for, by themselves and others. The meeting is by the Area Agency on Aging...

 

Poet draws inspiration from river for winning poem

Wendy Thompson, of Troutdale was the winner in the adult division of the KVGD poetry contest with a poem titled "Klickitat Kayak Song." Her poem,...

 

Carol Payne

1923 - 2014 Carol (Cox) Payne, 90, went with be with her Lord and Savior on Monday, May 5, 2014 in Washougal, WA. She was born on July 24, 1923, in...

 

Pearson receives recognition by KCSO for 25 years of volunteering

On April 22, the Klickitat County Sheriff's Office recognized Ken Pearson, a citizen of Klickitat County, for his 25 years of service to the...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - May 21, 1964 Klickitat County Air Patrol now owns property needed to lengthen its airstrip, it was announced at Thursday’s meeting. The new property, purchased from Amos Bonjour,...

 

New Ketchum Kalf queen sought

Girls interested in being the next rodeo queen for Glenwood’s Ketchum Kalf Rodeo are encouraged to apply now. To be eligible, girls must be residents of Kickitat County, and between the ages of...

 

With honors

Barry and Rachel Murray are proud to announce the graduation of their son Judah Benjamin Murray from Liberty University.  Commencement was held on...

 
 By Debi Budnick    Opinion    May 21, 2014

How to fit in getting fit when getting fit doesn't fit in

We’ve all heard that exercise is key to a healthy lifestyle. In addition to helping maintain a healthy weight and preventing chronic disease, it also helps us feel better on a daily basis both...

 
 By Norm Luther    Opinion    May 21, 2014

Who left who?

To the Editor: How times have changed! From 1960 until 1980 I voted for several Republicans, including Richard Nixon against Jack Kennedy in my first presidential vote, and Washington Governor Dan...

 

McIntosh-Musser engagement

Glenn and Eileen Musser are pleased to announce the engagement of their son, Dan Musser, to Rebecca McIntosh. Dan is a 1996 graduate of Goldendale...

 

Museum to hold ice cream social

Remember the old fashioned ice cream socials? Well, the Twin Bridges Historical Museum is offering you a chance to enjoy one all over again. Coming Friday, May 30, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., the museum...

 

Board welcomes visitors to Mt. Adams Cemetery

What initially began as a day to honor men and women who died during military service – Memorial Day has transformed over the years into a holiday that remembers all of those who have passed before...

 

Surprise party held for Delma Wilson

Mimi Johnson, wife of former resident Doug Johnson died at her home on April 2, 2014. She was born in Chicago in March 1946.  Mimi was a compassionate and dynamic Ukiah area advocate for cancer...

 

TL Fair seeks help with baking contest

There are events to come, notably the Bike Tour in late June; the opening of the Saturday Market also in late June; the Festival of the Arts in early July; the Wild Woman Marathon and Relay in...

 

History dinner to focus on the building of the road that couldn't be built

Columbia Gorge Discovery Center presents the June history dinner on Building the Columbia River Highway: They Said It Couldn't Be Done with author...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Community    May 21, 2014

Trucking meeting coming

A service aiming to remind Washington and Oregon commercial truckers to keep their licenses current charges a mere $76 per truck to take care of the...

 

Hoctor alternate to District with 3-2 record at Sunnyside

About half way into the tennis season, Coach Channon Bighorn decided to make a change in his line-up. According to Bighorn, a lot of teams were...

 

Cameron finally breaks Olney's hold on sprints at sub-district

People around the league have been keeping an eye on the main event in SCAC track this year, the battle between Goldendale sprinter, Briley Cameron an...

 

Wanderscheid takes first step to three-peat as State champ at Suncadia

With no challengers within 20 strokes of her game, Bree Wanderscheid was all but a lock for a her fourth District title and a top seed at this year's...

 

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