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Centerville and Goldendale School Districts get new leadership

Cameron takes over in Centerville Some changes have come to the Centerville School District this year with a new superintendant, Kristin Cameron....

 
 By Jim Fisher    News    September 11, 2013

Relay for Life draws 261 walkers

Goldendale hosted its very first Relay for Life on Saturday. 261 walkers registered to participate on 16 different teams for the 24-hour event, which...

 
 By Jim Fisher    News    September 11, 2013

Carpenter puts new face on Observatory

On Oct. 25 the Goldendale observatory will celebrate its 40th year of bringing the cosmos before the eyes of the masses. Built in 1973 to house one...

 

Active shooter exercise to proceed

The Klickitat County Emergency Management has a couple of projects that have made progress. The new Emergency Services building is almost ready to be put to good use helping the citizens of Klickitat...

 

Goldendale teens injured in single car accident

Two Goldendale teens were injured in a single car roll-over, Sunday morning, according to the Washington State Patrol. The driver of the car, Tyrell E. Read, 16 and his 14 year old male passenger...

 

Man risks felony to pay $4 debt

Goldendale Police arrested Joseph Littlefield, 30, of Goldendale and charged him with felony burglary and second degree theft. The arrest followed an incident at Aimee’s Consignment in downtown...

 

Klickitat salutes veterans

A parade of veterans will be greeted in the town of Klickitat on Oct. 11, as the town hosts “Hunting with Heroes.” This is the third year for the event at Klicktiat, and the public is invited to...

 

Next generation of cowgirls and cowboys ride and tie their way through rodeo

Broken Spur Rodeo winners were announced following the 11th annual event held outside Goldendale on Sept. 8. The rodeo is designed to give young...

 

Herrera-Beutler says she is staying on the job while daughter is treated in California

Rep. Jaimie Herrera Beutler (R-3rd District) has written a letter to constituents affirming her intention to continue representing her district in the face of her daughter’s significant health...

 

Eldred Heikell

Eldred (El) Arthur Heikell, 78, of Goldendale Washington died peacefully in his home, surrounded by his wife and children on August 30, 2013, after a...

 

Alex Wynhoff

Alex Jay Wynhoff, 5, passed away September 2, 2013 in Goldendale, Washington. He was born in The Dalles, Oregon on August 13, 2008 to Mark Wynhoff...

 

Gregory Thornton

Gregory Owen Thornton was born in Yakima, Washington to parents Betty Maxine (Brown) and Robert Franklin Thornton on July 26, 1947. He married Diana O’Banion in Pasco, Washington on August 12,...

 

Jane Hornibrook Forry

Jane Ellen Hornibrook Forry, longtime resident of Goldendale and widow to the late R.E. “Ted” Hornibrook and the late Cyrus Forry, passed away on Aug. 26, 2013, at the Veterans Nursing Home in...

 

August Bonjorni

August “Lou” Bonjorni, 90, of Ellensburg, WA, left us for a better place on the 20th of August, 2013 at 3:00 p.m. He was born May 1, 1923 to...

 

Bud Mesecher

Charles Lawrence Mesecher, fondly known as Bud, passed away at his home in Goldendale, Washington on September 4, 2013 at the age of 87. Bud was born...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – September 12, 1963 The Maryhill school bus started its run last week, this year driven by Lorne Barrett. His drive takes him first to Jay Dee Trailer City, where he picks up 18...

 

College costs mean students pay now and pay later

“You can do anything you want to if you go to college.” That’s a common enough saying, and for those who are going off to college, it really isn’t that simple. One has to take care of their ge...

 

What to look for at school

To the Editor: Here is something for those who are heading off to school to think about: You won’t find Jesus at a party standing by the keg handing out free beer. You won’t find Jesus pulling...

 

Stop rumors

To the Editor: We have all had rumors about us spread. We all know what it feels like. So why do we still spread them? According to Dictionary.com, a rumor is: “A story or statement in general...

 

Bad conditions at county jail

To the Editor: I’m writing in hopes of reaching someone who may be able to have some action taken in regards to investigating the Klickitat County Jail. Here are some of the conditions there:...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    September 11, 2013

9/11, minimum wage hits $1, Mayflower lands

Which are real?... Sept. 11: This is a big day in war history. 1941 –FDR orders any German, Italian, or Japanese ship in U.S. waters to be shot on sight. 2001—Hijacked passenger jets are used to c...

 

Time flies, BHS grads reunite

The Bickleton High School Graduation Class of 1983 held their 30th class reunion spending the whole second week-end in August at the Hilton Garden...

 

Dinner to benefit TL school's Farm2School program

Hurry, Hurry, Hurry Read the column, get the information, then rush right out and attend the Senior Dinner, held on Thursday, Sept., 12 in the school multipurpose room. The event starts at 4 p.m....

 

Learn new skills at Homesteaders Fair

The Second Annual Homesteader’s Fair is coming with a variety of vendors offering diverse opportunities to enlighten and educate with free admission. Our own Twin Bridges Museum will help you start...

 

Lost wallet and contents returned intact

Another fun discussion was had at The Goldendale Sentinel’s Java Talk last Friday at Golden Coyote Coffee at 8 a.m. We had a hard time trying to speak one at a time because of our excitement to...

 

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