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Articles from the March 18, 2015 edition

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Erin's Law close to heart of local woman

If Rep. Gina McCabe (R-Goldendale) and a local woman have their way, the state will soon have a law to tackle an insidious issue. It’s one that breeds silently and is indeed one of the most heinous...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 18, 2015

Dogs, trees, and funds highlight council meeting

Vicious dogs, potentially damaging trees, and distribution of tourism dollar funds were among the principal issues addressed at the Goldendale city...

 

THE LITTLE PEOPLE ON PARADE

The legends are true-there are Little People, leprechauns as the folk of the Emerald Isle call them. They were spotted on Main Street in Goldendale...

 

Costner, Elway in county for private hunting

Two prominent people took a trip on their private planes to Dallesport a little over a week ago, going bird hunting. "They flew in on Thursday [March...

 

ANTICIPATION

Clearly there was a lot riding on whether or not a foul shot was going to go into the basket last week during the closing festivities of the...

 

Track Chair recipients still finding lives changed by Goldendale's gifts

After suffering major bodily injuries while fighting in Afghanistan, causing tremendous difficulty while carrying out everyday activities and tasks (such as trimming the hedges of their lawns or...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 18, 2015

Bills moving on PUD power, eye care

Rep. Norm Johnson of the 14th Legislative District says a bill he’s proposed to allow the Klickitat PUD to sell energy from its Roosevelt facility will help the county with revenue and jobs. “It...

 

Inmate assaults keep GPD busy

A pair of assaults at the Klickitat County jail were the highlights of Goldendale Police activity last week. Courthouse disturbances, including jail...

 

KLASAC is educating local communities to save lives

There is a disease that is proven to be very communicable among small towns. It devours everything in its path and leaves those who still stand, drenched by its wrath. This disease is called...

 

State health officials are asking Washington's dog owners, "Where'd you get that tick?"

Spring is around the corner and so are the ticks. A new online survey asks Washington’s dog owners about their run-ins with ticks. The survey aims to help the state Department of Health learn more...

 

Joan Meech

On March 9, 2015, Joan Renae Meech got her angel wings after a bravely fought battle with ovarian cancer. Joan was born on September 19, 1960 in Las... Full story

 

Dorothy Kennemore

In Memory Of Dorothy Pauline Kennemore, age 91, of Goldendale, WA, Nov 26, 1923 – Mar 14, 2015 Dorothy was born on November 26, 1923, in Boxelder, T... Full story

 

Karlee Ann Jenkins

Karlee Ann Jenkins was born October 20, 2008 in Yakima. Karlee proved to be a fighter her whole life and lived each day to its fullest until her... Full story

 

Clarence Gahagan

Clarence Owen Gahagan was born on April 20, 1940 in Lansbury, Pennsylvania to Clara (McDonald) and Fern Gahagan. He served in the United States Army... Full story

 

Frieda Sheridan

Frieda was born to Henry and Gertrude Ladiges on the 24th of June 1919 in Glenwood, Washington. She died March 7, 2015 with her family at her side, in... Full story

 
 By Eric Nelson    Opinion    March 18, 2015

Sunshine Week helps bring hidden agendas to light

Each spring for 10 years now, a vast media conspiracy has rolled across the hills and plains of this nation. Journalists of every stripe—cartoonists to commentators to hard news reporters—have...

 

Local men receive honor

To the Editor: Thanks to your article, “Netherlands World War II cemetery seeks to honor local man,” Goldendale native James Trowbridge has his picture on the Faces of Margraten website. Members...

 

Paying it forward

To the Editor: I would like to say thank you to the people who paid it forward at the Goldendale McDonald’s on Wednesday, March 4. I hope that I can one day do the same for someone...

 
 By Norm Luther    Opinion    March 18, 2015

Look before you leap

To the Editor: Back when some prominent Republicans were reasonable, they endorsed some measures now advocated by the Obama administration. Quickly comes to mind ObamaCare which essentially copied Mas...

 

New Ketchum Kalf Rodeo queen to be crowned Sunday

When you walked into the school this past Friday evening…the air smelled heavenly of a delicious lasagna dinner!  And that was just the beginning of a very nice evening.  A team of two from the...

 

Info update at council meeting

Two speakers will address the residents at the Lions Club for the March 23 meeting of the Lyle Community Council. Representatives from the PUD and Klickitat County Public Works Director Gordon Kelsey...

 

Variety show Saturday at TL Grange; T-ball players wanted

There are a lot of opportunities in Trout Lake to get out and get active this time of year!  Last Thursday, March 12, was the monthly TLC dinner. It was hosted by the Trout Lake School Junior...

 

Crowd helps celebrate Marvel's 80th birthday

We really had a big party in Goldendale on Saturday to help Ina Miller Marvel celebrate her 80th birthday.  There was a huge crowd.  It was nice to see all of her siblings and children.  Ina grew...

 

From the best seat in the house

The softball and baseball seasons got off to a disappointing start in Goldendale. All four games were cancelled due to a wet field and prospects of co...

 

Bickleton, Lyle-Wishram tops in jamboree pole vault pits

Kira Harvey, a freshman at Bickleton, came away with the only first place finish among Klickitat County teams at the first track and field meet of...

 

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