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Articles from the September 4, 2013 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    September 4, 2013

New union president says more candidates can seek endorsement

Apparently the process of becoming president of the union representing county police officers takes its time. Deputy Robert Bianchi of the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office was elected to that post...

 
 By Dallas Smith    News    September 4, 2013

WEB program trains teachers and students

Thanks to Project Boomerang, a peer mentoring, student transition program, the Goldendale Middle School (GMS) has had its second fifth-grade...

 
 By Dallas Smith    News    September 4, 2013

Carrier retires after 35 years

After 35 years of working at the U.S. Post Office in Goldendale as a rural mail carrier, Sharon Gangwish is retiring. “It’s an interesting job,...

 

Bickleton Car Show

An appreciative throng milled through a fleet of antique and specialty automobiles last weekend as Bickleton once again hosted its annual car...

 

Officer hit, suspect killed in Biggs shootout

Shots were fired Thursday between an Oregon State trooper and a motorist in a brief but deadly roadside drama near Biggs. The officer, Trooper...

 

Five-year-old killed in vehicle back-up

Monday at about 2:30 p.m., the Goldendale Police Department responded to a call of a five-year-old boy who had been backed over by a vehicle in a private driveway in the city limits of Goldendale....

 

Washington's first official State Fair opens

Organizers are calling it Washington’s first official state fair, and some young people from Goldendale will be there to participate with Future...

 

NAPA truck brings OC Chopper, video games to Goldendale

On Monday, Aug. 19, the Goldendale NAPA store was visited by the NAPA Truck—a rare occurrence, since it stops at a small number of cities around...

 

Calvin Beeks Jr.

Calvin N. Beeks Jr., 58, of Goldendale, died Aug. 29, 2013, in Goldendale. He was born Nov. 1, 1954, in Goldendale, to Betty (Usher) Beeks and Calvin Beeks Sr. Calvin worked in logging and wood...

 

Vincent Jerome Scarola

Vincent “Vinny” Jerome Scarola was born July 9, 2013 at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital to Jared and Avery Scarola. He weighed 8 lbs., 15...

 

Photos sought for 2014 Goldendale calendar

Picture this: your picture on a calendar specifically for and featuring Goldendale and its environs. It’s time again to put in your pictures for...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – September 5, 1963 • Opening day enrollment in the Goldendale Schools showed considerable increase over the opening day last year and previous years. The total enrollment in the 3...

 

It's not the end of summer- it's the start of autumn

Hello, Goldendale! Please forgive me for the unexpected hiatus I took. I did not mean for it to be as long as it was. But besides that, let’s talk about what’s on the mind of every department...

 

Local Good Samaritans were wonderful

To the Editor: On Sunday afternoon, Aug. 11, about 12:45 p.m., I tripped in the parking area of the Golden Mart next to the 76 gas station. I want to say how much I appreciate the three Good...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    September 4, 2013

Israel-PLO accord, Lincoln on fools

Which is real and which isn’t?... Sept. 4: 2012 BC—Babylonian parents become concerned with the amount of time their children spend playing stone tablet games. 1781—In California, El Pueblo de...

 

Another new business opens in Goldendale

It’s huckleberry picking time! If you don’t pick the berries yourself, now is a great time to order a huckleberry dessert from your favorite restaurant. Speaking of businesses, we have yet...

 

Sturtevants welcome new baby daughter

Kevin and Ashley Sturtevant would like to let everyone know that their beautiful baby daughter, Payson DarcieAnn, arrived on July 15. Proud grandparents include Mike and Debbie Woodward of Glenwood,...

 

Long time fair supporter

Centerville’s Kay Kayser Thompson, 2013 grand marshal of the Klickitat County Fair and Rodeo, has been a participant and supporter of the Klickitat...

 

Harvest picnic Sept. 22 at High Prairie Community Center

A message from Scott Brewer, District Fire Chief Klickitat County Fire District 4: “I am personally going house to house, mapping our district to provide a better service and connect with our...

 

Berry pickers and back to school means fall is here

With school back in session, cool temperatures, and berry pickers abounding, Trout Lake feels like fall. Labor Day is another mark of the season and it wouldn’t be complete without the annual Trout...

 

Youth art exhibit opens Sept. 7 at Maryhill Museum of Art

Young artists will showcase art work inspired by traditions of the Columbia River at a traveling exhibit opening Saturday, Sept. 7, at the Maryhill Museum of Art. As part of the museum’s Family Fun...

 

Top finishes at 2013 Klickitat County Fair

RECORD BOOKS - Top of show: Natalie Conroy, Goldendale, T.C. Read, Goldendale, Faith Simmons, Goldendale, Judges choice: Bailey Gimlin, Glenwood,...

 

Cross-county rivalry this Friday in Goldendale

It doesn’t carry the weight of a major rivalry since the two teams play in different leagues, but there is something at stake in this Friday’s...

 

Lady Wolves a versatile and athletic team

Friday was a tough day for the girls at Goldendale. Friday was cut day for the volleyball team. After five days of giving their all at practice, some...

 

Young Lady Pirates come off break ready to play

The Bickleton Pirates lost some senior leadership and one of their big hitters, but they appear to be on track to building a team which will be...

 

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