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Articles from the September 10, 2014 edition

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 By Linda Quinn    News    September 10, 2014

Relayers For Life support fight against cancer

Relay For Life participants cheered and clapped Saturday night as cancer survivors walked the opening lap around the track. Caregivers walked with...

 

City meeting on pot shop hears strong views, divided stands among council

A hastily arranged special Goldendale city council meeting was held last Thursday ostensibly to report to the council developments on the opening of...

 

Rocker paints overview of human migration

Ian Anderson thinks people are strange and intriguing. He ought to know. The flautist extraordinaire and dominant figure of the band Jethro Tull...

 

A SHORT JAUNT

Erika and Axel Seyffarth left their home in Leipzig, Germany, to tour the Americas in their Omnimog. The vehicle was featured on Modern Marvels, and...

 

IN STEP WITH THE HUCKLEBERRY FESTIVAL

Kids of all ages had a great time at this year's Huckleberry Festival in Bingen....

 

State and BBB join to fight school scam

The Washington State Office of Attorney General and the Better Business Bureau have joined together to help consumers avoid a school book scam making...

 

SAFETY IMPROVEMENT

As work on the intersection of SR14 and Highway 97 nears completion, it is clear that a small change is making a big difference. A new right turn...

 

Goldendale Pool to host special water gardening workshops this month

Special workshops will be held at the Goldendale Pool meeting room this month on aquaponic gardening. Aquaponics can be done indoors or out and can extend a growing season. Participants will learn...

 

Maryhill Museum to offer free day for Live! program

Maryhill Museum of Art will open its doors free of charge on Saturday, Sep. 27, as part of Smith- sonian magazine’s 10th annual Museum Day Live! A nationwide event, Museum Day Live! offers free...

 

Four county schools get good audits

Bickleton School District No. 203, Centerville School District No. 215, Klickitat School District No. 402, and Roosevelt School District No. 403 have received positive audit outcomes from the...

 

LDS church to collect food for food bank

In honor of National Hunger Action Month and the National Day of Service, Sept. 11, a food drive for the Goldendale Food Bank is being sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints....

 

Pierce to share Latino ministry at Methodist church

Speaking in Goldendale on Sunday, Sept. 14, at 9 a.m., Reverend Dr. Lyda Pierce invites you to hear her story. After receiving her doctorate in theology in San Francisco in 2003, Dr. Pierce travelled...

 

DNR offers forest health workshop to landowners

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and Washington State University Extension will host a forest health workshop for landowners who want to learn how to recognize forest...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - September 10, 1964 The Goldendale Timberwolves are rounding into shape for their opening home game with White Swan Sept. 18 with 14 lettermen reporting to Coach Jim Hitter and his...

 

Kenny Graff

Kenny Dean Graff, 54, passed away peacefully at home with his family by his side on September 7th, 2014 after a hard fought battle with cancer. Kenny... Full story

 

James Gates

James David Gates passed away at his home in Goldendale on September 5, 2014. He was 64 years old. He was born in Orville, California to parents... Full story

 

Jody Ritzschke

Jody Ritzschke, 61, passed away in Goldendale on September 7, 2014. He was born in Goldendale on January 6, 1953.  A complete obituary will appear in next week’s edition of The Sentinel. ... Full story

 

Wishram School earns Title I award

Wishram Elementary School recently received notification from the Washington state Superintendent of Public Instruction that it has been selected to receive Washington state’s 2013-14 Title I, Part...

 

City council needs to make its voice heard on marijuana issue

The mayor of Goldendale wants what he thinks is best for the city, to gather from his recent comments. We’re willing to accept him at his word on...

 

Letters from the community

With the election quickly approaching, we encourage people to get out and vote. However, we would like to clarify that as an organization, we do not endorse specific candidates. If you are interested...

 

Guest Commentary

Last Thursday, a special meeting of the Goldendale City Council was called to discuss the wisdom of allowing a retail marijuana store in Goldendale. It is interesting to note that this very necessary...

 

Local volunteers provide assistance to Cycle Oregon participants

Before the sun came up Sunday morning, Cycle Oregon invaded the park for their club’s first stop on their ‘The Dalles to Glenwood’ tour. Their volunteers, as well as those from OLESS, set up a...

 

In spite of rain, residents and visitors enjoy car show and flea market

Bickleton had a great Car Show!  Everyone really enjoyed it and sat in their chairs enjoying the slower lifestyle of our community until the rain come along.  There were rumors of no Car Show next...

 

TL rummage sale raises nearly $19,000 toward scholarships for local students

The busy seasons are over and a sense of calm pervades. In the natural world the intensity to create, reproduce, nurture is ending to be replaced by the peace and rest of attainment. It is also true...

 

Welcome to Lyle

A father-daughter tandem team from Hillsboro were among the many participants of Cycle Oregon to pass through Lyle on their way to Glenwood during...

 

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