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A DAY OF REMEMBRANCE

Valor and the ultimate sacrifice made by U.S. military personnel were commemorated Memorial Day with three ceremonies coordinated by the American...

 

City now knows its next mayor

Goldendale already knows who its next mayor will be. Candidate filing for this year’s county elections have ended. Goldendale has one mayoral candidate: Mike Canon. Three Goldendale city council...

 

CLOSE CALL

Goldendale Fire Department personnel took fast action on a fire at a home at the corner of Collins and Grant streets in Goldendale late Saturday...

 

GOOD DRAW

Klickitat Valley Health's annual Community Blood Tests drew a crowd during a workplace draw at the PUD May 20, where the KVH Lab Team performed more...

 

How the 'Journey' cover came to be

"I've been working as a designer for the last 12 years. A few years back, one of my employers sponsored a bus trip to Mt. St. Helens. In my opinion,...

 

Bickleton's famed museum is a visit through a century of history

The next time you find yourself traveling along Highway 14 on the way to Grandma's house, feel free to turn north off the highway and keep driving unt...

 

'Fly-in' air show coming to CGRA

It is safe to say that firefighters generally take on more responsibilities than the average Joe. On top of going to work every day, managing the fire department, and taking care of their families,...

 

Superior Court docket cases from Prosecutor's office

Below is a summary of major events from Superior Court criminal docket for the week of May 18, 2015, provided by Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney David R. Quesnel. Superior Court is in session... Full story

 

Keep those fires out

The burn ban for all areas protected by Klickitat County Rural 7 Fire and Rescue will go into effect midnight, May 31 by Resolution 20150515 of the Board of Fire commissioners. The Resolution was...

 

State sales increasing

Taxable retail sales increased 6.6 percent to $124.85 billion during calendar year 2014 compared to 2013, the Washington State Department of Revenue reported Tuesday. Retail trade, a subset of all...

 

Beverly Harris

Beverly Ann Harris, of Covington, Georgia, died March 17, 2015 due to a long illness. Beverly was born May 2, 1943 in Goldendale, Washington. She... Full story

 

Martha Hartz

Martha Hartz, 94 of Goldendale passed away at Columbia Basin Care Facility in The Dalles on May 21. The complete obituary will follow at a later date.... Full story

 

Barthlow-Lancaster to wed

Mr. and Mrs. William Barthlow and Mr. and Mrs. William Lancaster are pleased to announce the engagement of their children, Mollie Marie Barthlow and...

 

West named Perry Tech Student of the Month

James West, who is enrolled in the Welding Technology Program, was recently named May Student of the Month at Perry Technical Institute. West...

 

Annual KV Health Fair is making a few changes

The equally renowned and beneficial, annual Klickitat Valley Hospital (KVH) Health Fair, is ready to be marked on your calendars again. The fair is normally held at the high school gym, but this year...

 

Military personnel and families admitted free at the Discovery Center

Columbia Gorge Discovery Center will participate in the 2015 Blue Star Museums program. Blue Star Museums is a program that offers free admission to museums for all active duty, National Guard and...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - May 27, 1965 • This came from an article about a KCHS’s Presby Museum visit - A 9 year old boy from Yakima, spying the Grady family Edison cylinder record phonograph, shouted...

 
 By Dick Schuller    Features    May 27, 2015

Officer, I think I may have misplaced my husband

I climbed down the steep incline after relieving myself and then gasped at what I saw. Expecting to see my car parked on Highway 97, between Goldendale and Toppenish my eyes stared at a vacant spot. M...

 
 By Jim White    News    May 27, 2015

Solstice event offers opportunity to view sun safely

Welcome to June, the month of the summer solstice. The sun will reach its northernmost point in the sky on June 21, when it will be directly above the...

 

Bookmobile to stop in Lyle this summer

I can’t believe that the first of the month is rapidly approaching. You know what that means…that great “First Saturday Lions Breakfast.” If I can encourage you to go once, your taste buds...

 

DOGS wish granted

Aaron Whitefoot, finance trainer with Yakama Nations Legends Casino awarded Lisa Mabrey and Katie Randall-Birney, of Dogs of the Gorge a $2,500 grant...

 

Goldendale participates in solar system study

As they embark on what might be known as the research project of the decade, representatives of schools and communities from Mexico to Canada are collaborating to create what is formally known as...

 

From the best seat in the house

It was nice to see a good following of Goldendale supporters at the District meet in Cle Elum, Friday. The Timberwolves had a strong showing in some...

 

Bryan and Golding dominate 300 meter hurdles while relay teams shine at District

Goldendale will send 16 track and field athletes to the State championships this Friday and Saturday at Eastern Washington University, in Cheney....

 

County 4-Hers shoot their way to State

Goldendale 4-Hers competed in the shooting sports competition, earning five young marksmen a trip to State. This year's competition only had...

 

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