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 By Jesse Sines    News    July 17, 2013

Golden Art Gallery migrates to new quarters

The Golden Art Gallery has changed locations as of July 1. The move from their former location on Main Street to 614 South Columbus next to CarQuest...

 
 By Victoria Allen    News    July 17, 2013

First Second Thursday in new home is upbeat

Members of the Golden Art Guild had nothing but good reviews for their new gallery space at 614 S. Columbus as they celebrated their first “Second Thursday” Artist’s Reception since the...

 

Goldendale woman killed in one-car accident

A Goldendale woman was killed in a one-car accident on Woodland Road on July 11. Candice N. Davenport, 23, of Goldendale was a passenger in a car...

 
 By Jim Fisher    News    July 17, 2013

City council gets fireworks over fireworks

Fires, fireworks, and fire trucks dominated talks at Monday night’s City council meeting. The incendiary overtone was first set by Police Chief Rick Johnson’s arrival fresh off the road from...

 

Fires spring up, quickly put out

Calls went out for fire suppression on seven different fires over the last several days in Klickitat County. Most fires were small and quickly...

 
 By Dallas Smith    News    July 17, 2013

School budget increases will have local impact

The Washington State Legislature passed its 2013-2015 budgets on June 30, adding $1 billion to the funds for education. In the end, this means approximately $16.7 billion are going to Washington...

 

Ogden medical mission hits early trouble

Dr. James Ogden and his medical mission team are now on the road, presently in Vietnam. In these reports, Ogden shares his team’s experiences. July 11: Our project is getting off to a rough start....

 

Suspect in burglary has history of theft

Goldendale Police got the break they expected in their pursuit of the burglar who broke into the Market Place on July 6, when stolen lottery tickets...

 
 By Dallas Smith    Features    July 17, 2013

Great horned owl rescued after collision with car

On Tuesday July 2, around 10 p.m., Joe Littlefield was driving down Horseshoe Bend Road when an owl swooped down in front of his vehicle. After...

 
 By Dallas    Features    July 17, 2013

Large entry at Show 'n' Shine helped fill Main Street during Community Days

On Saturday, July 6, the 16th Annual Community Days Show ’n’ Shine, put on by Goldendale Motorsports Association (GMA), took place on Main...

 

Class of 1958 reunites

The Goldendale High School class of 1958 reunited 55 years after they graduated. Their activities took place during Community Days weekend. Pictured...

 
 By Jesse Sines    Features    July 17, 2013

Project Patch welcomes families

A charming family getaway, Project Patch Conference Center, is seven miles to the west of Goldendale off of Olson Road. The facility includes...

 

Bob Paoli

Robert “Bob” Paoli passed away peacefully with his loving wife Sue by his side, in Lyle, WA on July 6, 2013. He was born on January 10, 1941. Bob is also survived by his sister Sondra and her...

 

Catherine Crapper

Catherine Cecelia Crapper was born in Walker, Minnesota on July 12, 1924 to Helen (Coleman) and Warren W. Phillips. A resident of Klickitat since 1965, Mrs. Crapper was well-loved in the community...

 

Linda Smith-Luth

Linda Louise Smith-Luth died at 3 a.m. on July 12, 2013 at home in High Prairie. Linda was born May 21, 1948. She is survived by her husband, Joe...

 

George Freer

George Francis Freer was born in Goldendale to Harry and Esther (Smith) Freer on February 27, 1923. He joined the Navy in 1944 and served in the South Pacific during World War II. Mr. Freer was...

 
 By John White    Opinion    July 17, 2013

The EMS District levy and why it's important for the county

Many of you are already aware that Klickitat County formed a new Emergency Medical Services (EMS) District that includes all of the county except for the areas covered by Fire Districts 2 and 10...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    July 17, 2013

First paper money, Reagan accepts nomination

Which are real?... July 17: 1861—At the urging of wallet makers and money clip manufacturers, Congress authorizes the printing of paper money. 1935—Variety publishes an article about how rural inh...

 

Columbia Grange swears in new members

I start out with many thank yous; starting with the OLESS who wish to offer a big thank you to Mark from Big River Electric for his help in getting the Activity Center one step closer in their rejuven...

 

Family fun day Saturday at Maryhill Museum

The Seahawks are coming! The Seahawks are coming! Join Central Klickitat County Park & Rec District celebrating their 10th Anniversary of the Goldendale Swimming Pool on Friday, July 19, with a specia...

 

At the foot of Mt. Adams

At the foot of Mt. Adams: Artists from near and far, including Sandra Choate, below, and Scott Gray, at right, both of Goldendale, present their...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – July 18, 1963 • A truckload of cherries, parked for a moment beside the highway above Wishram, “took off” by itself while the driver was out of the cab last Thursday morning,...

 

Fall Chinook and steelhead forecast encouraging

Late summer and fall fishing on the Columbia River and its tributaries is expected to be excellent this year, if projections by the Joint Columbia River Management staff of the Washington and Oregon...

 

Seahawks help celebrate 10 year anniversary of Goldendale Pool

A celebration of 10 years of swimming in Goldendale at the Central Klickitat County Park & Recreation District will be highlighted this Friday, July 19, by a visit from two of the Seattle Seahawks’...

 

Future Wolves

Players prepare to play a game called bump during basketball camp at the Goldendale High School this week. The camp was presented by Goldendale High...

 

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