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Local man going to World Series of Poker

Good timing—and $45 he was willing to part ways with—has landed Goldendale native Robert (Rob) Gaston into the World Series of Poker competition...

 
 By Deb Brumley    News    May 22, 2013

Herrera Beutler says Hanford, Afghanistan remain major concerns

“I am not a representative of the government, but of the people.”– Jaime Herrera Beutler, May 17, 2013 U.S. Representative Jaime Herrera...

 

Klickitat Vandals softball team headed to State

Klickitat is headed to State. It was a long way to travel to face off against rival Lyle-Wishram, but the Lady Vandals left no room for doubt, defeati...

 

Butterfly conference coming to Goldendale

The Washington Butterfly Association (WBA) will hold its 2013 Annual Conference in Goldendale for three days the end of this month. Members of the association as well as members of the public are invi...

 

Room with a view

Project Patch held an open house Thursday, and visitors enjoyed the view from the facility’s conference hall. Project Patch’s Family Life and...

 

Holiday deadlines in effect

Because of Monday’s Memorial Day holiday, The Sentinel’s advertising and story deadline for next week’s newspaper is this Friday noon....

 

Poultry processing plant opens in Centerville

This week Washington State Department of Agriculture inspectors gave approval for Little Farms, LLC to begin processing chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, guineas, pheasants, rabbits, emu, and ostrich....

 

Memorial Day observances

Monday, Memorial Day, the Goldendale American Legion will conduct its annual ceremonies in honor of those who gave their lives in military service. Ceremonies will be held at: • 11 a.m. at Mountain...

 

Pacific Tent Caterpillar outbreaks reported in county

Pacific Tent Caterpillar populations have been on the rise and are now out-breaking in some locations in Skamania and Klickitat Counties. Pacific Tent Caterpillars generally enjoy feeding on oak...

 

Stewman Plays

STEWMAN PLAYS: Steve Newman, known around town as Stewman, plays the Windy Ridge Saloon and Eatery this Friday evening at 7 p.m. Newman was one of...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – May 16, 1963 • The 1963 Cattlemen of the Year, Bill and Maxine Ownby, operate a 6,500 acre commercial cattle ranch. Bill got started in the cattle business in 1930 by trading a...

 

Tractor pull returns to Sellers' track this weekend

The annual vintage tractor pull is this weekend at Joe Sellers’ track on Hanging Rock Road. The event features garden tractors, ATVs, pick-up...

 

James Robinson

James Phillip Robinson, 84, of White Salmon, Wash., peacefully passed away, May 16, 2013 at his home, surrounded by family. James was born in...

 

Randie Clary

Randall (Randie) Scott Clary, 50, died May 13, 2013, in Goldendale. He was born February 7, 1963 in Oregon City, Ore., to Elvis “John” Clary and D...

 

Stormy Re've Lewis

Stormy Re’ve Lewis was born May 7, 2013, with the assistance of Highland Midwife Services, at her home in Goldendale, to Tamarra Strasburg. She weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces, and was 20 inches long....

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    May 22, 2013

What are they teaching at protester school these days?

We just didn’t have enough room in our paper last week to run a picture of the professional protesters who were in town in front of the post office...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    May 22, 2013

Jamestown starts, Jell-O bombs, first jukebox

May 22: 1843—The Great Migration begins when settlers and even more cattle leave Independence, Mo., on the Oregon Trail. Upon reaching the territory they see a sign stating, “Please Visit But...

 

Lyle graduation set for June 1

Weeds were sent flying in the exuberant enthusiasm of many residents who brought the Lyle/Balch Cemetery back to a prideful resting place. Weed eaters and lawn mowers drowned out the neighborly...

 

Volunteers sought for arts festival and bicycle tour

So the weather this spring has been very odd; hot for this time of year and very dry alternating with periods of more normal cold temperatures and rain showers. Although there was one good rain last w...

 

Rural 7 announces burn ban

Summer is almost here with Memorial Day coming this weekend, and the Rural 7 Burn Ban goes into effect at midnight May 29. The grass is already getting very dry. Last Friday’s Goldendale...

 

Birthday wishes to Clemmers

Glenwood Grange 94 will be on hand to greet visitors and serve coffee at the Mt. Adams Cemetery on Sunday, May 26 and Monday, May 27. This is a great opportunity for cemetery guests to visit and...

 

Grandstand gets new band stand

Yvonne and David Nye are researching her Aunt Elsie Giles who came to the Bickleton Country in the early 1900s from London, England. They will be here for about three weeks and will do a program for...

 

East District Court

April 16•Jacob Arthur Lind: No Contact/Protection Order Violation (1/1/13); Guilty plea, 364 days/364 susp., fines/fees $518, 24 months bench probation. •Jacob Arthur Lind: No Contact/Protection...

 

Timberwolves shut out of field events, send runners to State meet as Cameron sweeps sprints

Consistency has been the ally of Briley Cameron through this track season. The Goldendale junior has raced in 22 sprints this year and has been the...

 

McAndie third at District tennis, advances to State

Dakota McAndie fought his way through a tough District tournament to qualify for the State combined 1A, 2B, 1B tennis tournament, which begins this...

 

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