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Area participants clean up at State Fair

Klickitat County 4-H and FFA programs produced two big winners at this year’s Washington State Fair, in Puyallup. Faith Simmons, of Goldendale won...

 

Wild county car chase ends in arrests

On Friday, Sept. 27, the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a gas drive off from Impact Auto in Lyle. The vehicle description provided to the officer, a maroon colored Isuzu...

 

New medical insurance agency set to enroll

Washington Healthplanfinder, the new online marketplace that connects Washingtonians to new health insurance plans and financial help, was unveiled Monday on the eve of the health insurance open...

 

Alpaca dance

A cria—the term for a baby alpaca—takes some tentative steps as older ones watch approvingly, at Golden Pine Alpacas Farm. Golden Pine has its...

 

Tai Chi time

Brad Stevens, foreground, leads a group in Tai Chi exercises Tuesday at the Goldendale Senior Center. Goldendale Senior Services, in partnership with...

 

Stout to receive 'surprise' recognition

Washington State Parks and the Greater Goldendale Chamber of Commerce plan a kind of open surprise for Steve Stout, who served as Interpretive Specialist at the Goldendale Observatory for 32 years...

 
 By Jim Fisher    Features    October 2, 2013

How to fight the flu in flu season

Cold and flu season has arrived along with fall and the beginning of the school year. As many parents know, the first week back at school often means sniffles and coughs. Kids can trade more than...

 
 By Jim Fisher    Features    October 2, 2013

Weather conditions may be factor in crashes

Sunday evening proved to be a treacherous one on Klickitat County’s highways. Two fatal accidents occurred on opposite ends of the county, resulting in three fatalities and multiple injuries....

 

Alpaca breeding, birthing season underway

Nothing is more delightful at an alpaca farm than the advent of birthing season. It’s a time when prior breeding decisions become reality and the cr...

 

Reynard Long

Jan. 16, 1944 – Sept. 7, 2013 Reynard Long, 69, of Goldendale, Wash., was buried Sept. 30, 2013 at 3:30 p.m. in the Mt. View Cemetery in Goldendale. Memorial Services will be held at Truth...

 

Benish-Shirley Engagement

Benish-Shirley Engagement: Joseph Daniel Shirley and Rachel Elizabeth Benish will be exchanging wedding vows Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, in Columbus,...

 

Texting while driving is much deadlier than drinking

Texting and driving is a common occurrence in today’s society, but not enough people really consider the actual danger of it. It’s a growing trend not only among teens and young adults but also...

 

New Hope fundraiser went well

To the Editor: Just to keep people up to date: the fundraiser that was put together by ABATE of Goldendale and the Masonic Lodge went very well. There was a little over $1,800 raised and handed over...

 

Mt. Rushmore started, Washington heads to Valley Forge

Which are real?... Oct. 2: 1957—The Yankees play in their 25th World Series. Born: Gordon Sumner a/k/a Sting (1951). Died: Rock Hudson (1985). National Sarcastic Month. Today’s Word: Butt—a...

 

KC 4-Hers earn top marks for 2013

Klickitat County honored its top 4-H’ers of 2013 during Achievement Night ceremonies at the Goldendale Grange Hall on Sunday. The Pomona Cup award...

 

TL Quilters making plans for 2014 season

With the wetter weather, and fall like temperatures the 2013-2014 season has officially begun for the Trout Lake Quilters. They meet Mondays, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Trout Lake Grange from now u...

 

Old eyeglasses lying around? Donate to Ogden for missions trip

I attended Dr. Ogden’s showing of slides of his trip to Cambodia and Viet Nam last week at the Goldendale Library. Dr. Ogden donates his time every year with his expertise and donated money to fill...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – October 3, 1963 • The Stump twins, Pat and Mike, are scheduled for a delicate kidney transplant operation soon at a Boston medical center. Pat is being kept alive in the University...

 

School has new website and call system

News from Jennifer Machado, the Lyle School District Coordinator, (to Sara Sanderson): This year the Lyle School district has a couple of really cool things going on. They have initiated a calling...

 

Jensen, Kingsbury tie the knot in Naches

On Saturday evening, Erica Jensen and Craig Kingsbury were married at the American Homestead west of Naches.  She is the daughter of John and Colleen Jensen of Bickleton and the groom is the...

 

County asked to supply full-time planner for scenic land uses

The Gorge Commission asked Klickitat County to dedicate its own full-time planner to scenic area land use applications in the county, plus pay $37,000 for a half-time Gorge Commission planner to do...

 

Soccer season finally under way with rotating goalies

Goldendale’s Lady Timberwolf soccer team finally saw action last week losing to Connell on the home field in Goldendale 10-0. The Wolves were off...

 

Warriors run away with 25-6 win over Goldendale in penalty filled game

Almost everything there is to know about Cle Elum-Roslyn’s 25-6 win over Goldendale was encapsulated in the first drive of the game. One minute and...

 

Knights win first round in battle of 2012 State contenders

The two teams that hope to return to the State playoffs this year from District 5, in class 1B went to battle last Thursday in Sunnyside and the...

 

Lady Wolves stumble at La Salle, sweep Mabton in league volleyball action

Goldendale suffered its first loss of the season at the hands of La Salle, last week. The Lightning took advantage of Goldendale mistakes to win the...

 

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