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Articles from the October 5, 2016 edition

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 By Brittany Allen    News    October 5, 2016

New faculty leads GHS program in a new direction

With the retirement of Laurie Wilhite and the recent hire of Heather Gallagher to take her place, Goldendale High School (GHS) has decided to take... Full story

 

DEPUTY WITH PEARLS AND A MAYOR ON PATROL

Monday at the Klickitat County Sheriff's Office (KCSO), Sheriff Bob Songer swore in two elected officials as new members of the KCSO posse. Left,...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 5, 2016

SO LONG, SHELL. HELLO, SINCLAIR

The Shell station on Columbus is changing to a Sinclair station. The Sentinel inquired about the reasons for the change but no response has been...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    October 5, 2016

City hears report on library

Monday night’s Goldendale City Council meeting dealt mostly with routine business and was over in 28 minutes. Councilors did approve a minor change order in the West Columbus Neighborhood...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 5, 2016

TAKES A LICKING, KEEPS ON TICKING

Here's to The Sentinel's Circulation and Distribution Manager Karie Ellis, who had a heart attack a few weeks ago. She had it on a Thursday night but... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 5, 2016

Sentinel's 2017 photo calendar contest now under way

Gather up those amazing photos you’ve been taking throughout the year and get them ready to win some prizes. Rules: The photo can be of any scenic... Full story

 
 By Brittany Allen    News    October 5, 2016

Goldendale-style gifts and glam just off the beaten path

At 10 a.m., Glenda Isom, owner of Barn Boards & Lace Gift Shop, opens her doors. Customers are first invited in with the aroma of an assortment...

 
 By Contributed    News    October 5, 2016

WINNERS

Congratulations to the following teams and members who competed at the Central Washington State Fair: Goldendale Livestock Teams placed 12,18, 19,... Full story

 
 By Brittany Allen    News    October 5, 2016

Maryhill Winery celebrates 15th Harvest weekend

Among many other places around the Gorge, Maryhill Winery is keying up to celebrate harvest with one more weekend of family-friendly fun on Oct. 8-9....

 

Arthur Aaron Lemon

Arthur Aaron Lemon (back row left in picture above), Feb. 20, 1963 to Sept. 24, 2016. In loving memory till the end! Survived by his comforter,... Full story

 

Arthur Lemon

Arthur Lemon, 53, was born on Feb. 20, 1963. He was a man of many skills, a MacGyver in his own right. He helped develop the first successful silicon crystal growing for the modern CD. He was a... Full story

 

Death Notice

James D. Maling, 83, of The Dalles, passed away at Oregon Veterans Nursing Home on Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016. Spencer, Libby & Powell were in care of arrangements.... Full story

 

Rural Family Safety and Emergency Preparedness Expo

The Community Enrichment of Klickitat and Skamania Counties (CEKC) and the Skamania Klickitat Community Network will host a Rural Family Safety and Emergency Preparedness Expo at the first Rural...

 

Success needs you' seeks to set students up for success

I am Reanna Holycross, the public relations specialist at Goldendale High School. My position was created in an effort to better communicate what happens at the school with the public. This year the... Full story

 

Support our seniors

To the Editor: This letter is meant to support Jessica Bieker's concern for the lack of senior housing in Goldendale. This concern is valid and should be paid attention to as the senior population is...

 

Well done, brewers

To the Editor: Kudos to Justin and Jocelyn Leigh for respecting the property rights of others We were pleased to read the Sept. 7 article in The Sentinel about Justin and Jocelyn Leigh’s plans to...

 

Celebrate local control

o the Editor: This week we celebrate Public Power Week, Oct. 2 through the 8th. Seventy-eight years ago, the citizens of Klickitat County decided they wanted to run their own electric system. They...

 
 By David West    Opinion    October 5, 2016

Tax King must go

To the Editor: Referring to our state budget Senator King has previously taken the position “we do not have a revenue problem, we have a spending problem.” Very true, as the current budget is proj...

 

Horse logging show to be held at Mill Pond

We received the following news items from Jay McLaughlin of Mt. Adams Resource Stewards (MARS). On Saturday, Oct. 8, Mt. Adams Resource Stewards and Michael Low are hosting a horse logging...

 

Dispute in Lyle puts bullet in man's head

A dispute between neighbors that escalated into a shooting incident Sunday on Meadows Loop Road near Lyle left one person injured. Klickitat County Sheriff Bob Songer said the incident took place Sund...

 

'Box-Car Drive-In' coming for Halloween

White Salmon Valley Community Library, 77 NE Wauna Avenue White Salmon is presenting a night of fun featuring “Box-Car Drive- In Halloween Special” on Friday, Oct. 21 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 pm....

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    October 5, 2016

Spectacular serving leads Goldendale spikers

Behind an outstanding 24 service aces and a 95 percent serving rate, the Goldendale Timberwolves cruised to their sixth straight win on Saturday,...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    October 5, 2016

Wolves getting better, can't get 1st win

The Goldendale High School soccer team couldn't get its first win of the season at home on Saturday against the Cle Elum Warriors, but it continues...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    October 5, 2016

Goldendale O-line woes continue, D faces tough Homecoming test

The mistakes kept piling up for the Goldendale gridders, and the Naches Valley Rangers kept taking advantage during their 56-0 rout of the Timberwolve...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    October 5, 2016

Wolves cross country continues to cruise

For the second straight week, the Goldendale boys cross country team out ran South Central Athletic Conference rival Royal, while running away with th...

 

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