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State bomb squad truck in town

A Washington State bomb squad truck was called in on Monday to 383 Orchard Heights Road in Goldendale to aid with the safe removal of old dynamite....

 
 By Jim Fisher    News    September 18, 2013

SAR sets rare winter training

Klickitat County Search and Rescue (SAR) is gearing up for an extra recruiting and training cycle this winter and is looking for a few good men and...

 

Permission denied for shooter exercise

An active shooter drill for downtown Goldendale organized by Klickitat County Emergency Management Director Ed Powell has been denied by the City of Goldendale. Due to concerns such as the economic...

 
 By Jesse Sines    News    September 18, 2013

Second Thursday honors new painting

The Second Thursday at the Golden Art Gallery last week was a special one, as a painting by Charlene Morrison was unveiled at the event. Before the...

 

Voters Guide now also on video

The Washington State 2013 General Election Video Voters’ Guide is now available, according to an announcement by the office of the Washington Secretary of State. Jointly produced  by the state Elec...

 
 By Jim Fisher    News    September 18, 2013

New Hopers head out to Project Patch for 'vacation'

Residents of the New Hope Farms adult-care facility rounded out their summer fun with a much-deserved vacation to the Project Patch Family Life and...

 

Pig Bowl set to assist two different Gorge families

The Pig Bowl is about to go into its 11th year, and for the first time two families have been chosen to be awarded with the proceeds: the Herrington...

 

Get your photos in

Response to The Sentinel’s 2014 community photo calendar has been overwhelming, with more photos coming in all the time. There is still time to send yours in. Keep in mind: scenic photos of the...

 

Local 4-Hers to move on to State Fair competition

The State 4-H dog team from Klickitat County includes Alyssa and Faith Simmons, Rachel Sharp, T.C. Read and Elly Wells. The 4-Hers and their dogs...

 

Terry Trantow

Terry was born in Portland, Oregon March 29, 1944 and adopted at birth by Etta and Wilbert (Bill) Trantow. He attended Creston grade school and...

 

Gary Miller

Gary M. Miller was born on April 7, 1938 in Centerville, Washington to parents, Milton and Velva Yeackel Miller. He died on September 12, 2013 in...

 

Jane Forry

A memorial service for Jane Hornibrook Forry will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 22, at the United Methodist Church in Goldendale. A dinner will...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - September 19, 1963 • Sandra Hill, Beverly Whyte, Patti Woodward and Barbara Whyte of Goldendale have been selected as the 4-H Food Judging Team from Klickitat County to participate...

 

SmileMobile coming to Goldendale

The Washington Dental Service Foundation SmileMobile, which travels the state offering oral health examinations to children who might not otherwise have access to dental care, will be in Goldendale...

 

Precedent could be set for $15/hour minimum wage

The SeaTac minimum wage initiative has been in and out of limbo. The central element of Proposition 1, also called the Good Jobs Initiative, is a $15 per hour minimum wage for workers at SeaTac...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    September 18, 2013

Lewis and Clark return, 'Yes, there is a Santa'

Which are real?... Sept. 18: 1848—The rules of baseball change so a first baseman can tag the base for an out instead of having to tag the runner. 1851—The New York Times prints its first issue...

 

Learn a new skill at Homesteaders Fair

Who says there’s no such thing as a ‘free lunch’? The celebration of Impact Auto’s grand opening on Saturday proved that wrong. Napa Auto...

 

Brush with semi-truck leaves Burger with abrasions, broken rib and nearly shirtless

Julie and Ben McBride hosted an “Off to Nebraska” party for their son Josh and wife Tia.  Josh and Tia will be leaving Friday to start a new life far from Klickitat County. Their daughter...

 

Rodeo Association hosts Fun Prize Ride

As summer draws to a close, it has been fun to watch the changes in the valley over the course of the season. The leaves of some trees are drying up and falling off; while others are holding...

 

Triathlon, Wheels events this Saturday

I will say it again, there is plenty to do in Goldendale this Saturday, Sept. 21. You can enter the second annual Goldendale Triathlon by calling the Goldendale Pool and leaving a message at...

 

Guns stolen in pair of burglaries in Goldendale

Goldendale Police are investigating two recent burglaries that involved the theft of guns. The first burglary occurred last week while the residents were home in bed. Thieves stole four guns from a...

 

Ogden team to share vision trip highlights on Sept. 23

On Monday, Sept. 23, Dr. James Ogden and his team will be presenting a program about the optometric mission they took to Cambodia and Viet Nam in July this year. The presentation will be at 7 p.m. at...

 

Sign-up open for screening at Skyline Health Fair

Skyline Hospital’s annual Health Fair will be held on Friday, Oct. 25 and Saturday, Oct. 26, but the public is encouraged to sign up now for discounted blood chemistry, PSA, or digital mammogram...

 

Runners from Goldendale, Bickleton and Lyle-Wishram test tough competition in first meets of the year

On a hot and humid day in Toppenish, last Thursday, runners from eight teams, including Goldendale and Lyle-Wishram, broke into this year’s cross...

 

Pirates break into win column at Sundome Festival

It was a rough start to the Lady Pirates’ season, facing Nooksack Valley in the opening round of pool play at the Sundome Festival, last Friday....

 

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