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Former Klickitat man receives Honor Flight

Kathy Ursprung Gorge News Reports Warren Norton and his wife Joy raised six children in the town of Klickitat, where he worked for the J. Neils Lumber...

 

City offers new survey

The City of Goldendale wants more feedback on a community center. The city distributed a questionnaire months ago about the idea of a community...

 

Hunting with Heroes provides vets special festivities

Birds and fish were at a distinct disadvantage last weekend as the Klickitat River canyon was crowded with a special group of eager outdoorsmen and...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 16, 2013

Voters' guide: help or hindrance?

Page 6 of the newly arrived Washington State voters’ guide, called the Voters’ Pamphlet, is labeled “Language assistance.” On it are...

 

Two new practicitioners come to clinic

Goldendale Chiropractic and Natural Medicine has added a few new faces to the staff over the summer who bring with them additional forms of...

 

Bus tour presentation rolls into west side

The Greater Goldendale Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with Mt. Adams Chamber of Commerce, is inviting business owners and residents of western Klickitat County to attend a Package Travel 101...

 

County commits to Gorge Commission planner

In a historic move, Klickitat County said it is prepared to fund planning staff to help process land use applications for county residents within the National Scenic Area. While it marks the first tim...

 

Most Wanted

This week’s most wanted is Walter Carnahan. Carnahan is a white male, age 33 with blue eyes and brown hair. He is wanted for failure to pay fines...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – October 17, 1963 • Winners of the 1963 “Conservation Farmer of the Year” were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrews of Bickleton for the Eastern Klickitat District on October 5, and Mr....

 

GMS students scare hunger

This year for a fall activity and community service project, hosted by ASB (Associated Student Body/Leadership) and NJHS (National Junior Honor Society), Goldendale Middle School students will be...

 

Hannah Renfro

Hannah M. Renfro, a resident of The Dalles, Oregon went to be with the Lord Tuesday, October 8, 2013. She was 97 years of age. Hannah was born April 1...

 

Michael Bryan Wyborney

January 1, 1941 - October 5, 2013 Michael Wyborney, loving father, life partner, grandfather, brother and friend, died peacefully in Goldendale, WA, h...

 

Gretchen Ann Wirick

Gretchen Ann Wirick passed peacefully in the presence of family and loved ones on October 6th, 2013, to be with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ in...

 

Christine Tate

Ava Christine Newman-Tate passed away in Butte, Montana on October 4, 2013 at the age of 60. She was born in Yakima, Washington on October 3, 1953 to...

 

Robert Tate

Robert Paul Tate, 38, passed away in Butte, Montana on October 4, 2013. He was born in White Salmon, Washington on September 8, 1975 to Ava Christine (Newman) and Daniel Tate. Bobby served in the...

 

What would Lincoln do about bus package travel here?

Bus tours rolling into Klickitat County. Some people hear about this idea and think, well, sure, that could happen. And one day it will rain...

 
 By Bill Davis    Opinion    October 16, 2013

It's lonely in the Fox hole

To the Editor: Here’s what’s happened to reliable reporting: an Obama daze has taken over the mainstream media. There is no real news. What we have are full-fledged presidential activists...

 

Goldendale was just great

To the Editor: Yesterday my wife had an appointment with Dr. Ogden. While in town I wanted to find the community garden. Seeing some apparent high school students on the street, I stopped to ask...

 

The city does have recourse

To the Editor: I just finished reading the article concerning the last city council meeting and was a bit concerned that there was no mention of the Washington State Landlord Tenant Act in the case...

 

Who will pay for I-522?

To the Editor: Food for thought on I-522: How are we going to pay for it? Increase taxes, higher grocery bills, or both? Hmmmm… I foresee a lot more food shopping in Oregon for many of...

 

Rainfall a Glenwood record; buy tickets now for prime rib dinner

This week’s beautiful weather helps make rainy September fade into our memories. Doug Daniels, who measured and recorded rainfall for the National Weather Service for more than 40 years, reported a...

 

Simcoe Boys offer live music at senior lunch; WWII POW to speak at Discovery Center

Les Haarstad, a man of many hats; (pastor, firefighter, fire commissioner, plumber, former First Responder…and those are just the ones I’ve been told) has decided it’s time to step down from...

 

Ganders to speak for historical society at Senior Lunch

The Senior Lunch will be on Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 11:30 a.m. sharp.  Larry Ganders will present the program for the Historical Society at noon (sharp).  He will talk about his great-grandparents comin...

 

Another opportunity to find out more about Obamacare Oct. 28

The Volunteer Firefighters at Rural 7’s Cold Hollow satellite station hosted an Open House recently. The station is 15 miles northwest of Goldendale. It was educational seeing what the fire departme...

 

Health and Wealth class coming in Nov.

“Small Steps to Health and Wealth,” will be held next month. The purpose of this course is to teach common and simple strategies that can be used to improve both health and finances. The class...

 

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