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Articles from the November 9, 2016 edition

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 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    November 9, 2016

Nine Goldendale runners earn All SCAC honors

After a historical regular season which saw the Goldendale High School boys cross country team capture the SCAC District Championship for the first...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 9, 2016

CenturyLink sends Gorge into 'Dark Ages'

Just last week mysterious packages from CenturyLink arrived at various businesses and residences around its service area. They contained a small gift...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    November 9, 2016

Goldendale's Read, Allan pick up SCAC All League honors

Seniors Alex Allan and Cameron Read have anchored the Goldendale defense all season, and on Wednesday night were voted by the South Central Athletic...

 

Maryhill's last hurrah before the holidays

As October has now drawn to a close and November will soon welcome signs of a forthcoming winter, Maryhill Museum is hosting its last few events of...

 

GHS Drama Club returns with comic classic

After a two-year unintended hiatus, Goldendale High School Drama Club will be returning to the Goldendale Grange Hall next Friday with Moss Hart and...

 

How the grief stole Christmas

For people coping with loss, this time of year can be very lonely . This is something Goldendale local Laura Rooke understands. So, while kids are...

 

City hears outcries against Nestlé

So many people showed up at the Goldendale City Council meeting Monday night that the council adjourned to the church across the street so the...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    November 9, 2016

Goldendale boys run into the record books at state meet

The Goldendale Timberwolves boys cross country team set its sights high early this season, and with a work ethic unmatched in years past, they set...

 

Early returns for county

In Klickitat County returns at 8:13 p.m. last night, the major surprise was the upset victory by Doug Miller over incumbent Ray Mosbrucker for KPUD Commissioner Pos.2. Miller received 2,734 votes to...

 

Washington Healthplanfinder bucks national rate trends CUSTOMERS WILL SEE CHANGES IN COSTS, SAVINGS AND COVERAGE OPTIONS IN 2017

Individuals and families should review choices to find health insurance that best meets their needs and budget Bucking national trends that saw the average second lowest cost silver plans increase by...

 

Giving the gift of educational opportunities

Next summer, Goldendale schools will be setting a whole new group of kids on the city of Washington, D.C. The only thing left between a group of...

 

Rate adjustments for Washington natural gas customers start Nov. 1

Natural gas customers in Washington saw small changes on their energy bills on Nov. 1. The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission approved rate decreases for Avista Utilities and...

 

State Parks announces free day dates for 2017 DISCOVER PASS NOT REQUIRED TO VISIT PARKS ON DESIGNATED DAYS

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission will again offer 12 free days next year, in which day-use visitors won’t need a Discover Pass to visit state parks by vehicle. The “free...

 

James Carrol "Coop" Cooper

Jim "Coop" Cooper was born Dec. 31, 1940 in Lindsay, California to Lafe and Lorraine Cooper and passed away on Oct. 30, 2016. The family moved from...

 

Edythe Brown Monroe Vogt

Edythe Brown Monroe Vogt was born on July 31, 1925 to Alva Leroy(Roy) and Mable Day(Brown). She passed away in Salem, Oregon on October 27, 2016...

 

Dolores (Mauser) Pavek

Dolores (Mauser) Pavek (alias Blue Eyes) passed away on October 20, 2016. She was born in Blackfoot, Idaho in 1934. After moving through many farming...

 

Alan Lee Bryan

Alan Lee Bryan was born April 7, 1929 in Greenbrier Township in Iowa to S. E. and Muriel Bryan. He died on November 1, 2016 at his home in The Dalles, Oregon with his wife and family at his bedside. A...

 

Leo Scarola

rdo "Leo" Daniel Scarola was born on Oct. 7, 2016 at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital to Jared and Avery Scarola. He weighed 7 pounds 13...

 

Paying the price of Drowsy Driving

Imagine this: You’ve enjoyed a fun weekend in Eastern Washington, but you have to head home in the morning. Your friend goes to bed but even though you will leave early to get to work in time, you...

 

THANK YOU

There are not enough words in all the languages of the world that can express my sincerest gratitude to the Service men and women who have sacrificed and given so much to ensure our freedoms through...

 

TIME SERVED

I find it interesting that the Goldendale mayor is on an advisory board for a future performing arts center that intends to raise thirty million dollars to build it in Goldendale. Would his time not...

 

Aid the Lions in their annual Food Drive

This week I’m complying with all of the “Please pass this message on” requests, so sit back and enjoy the ride. Last minute news to add to last week’s Lions Club First Saturday Breakfast...

 

Monthly Bingo features food and fun

The alumni volleyball game held last Saturday was well attended. While the alumni didn’t win any games against the high school team, they had a blast. Sounds like the audience did, too. Many thanks...

 

Anderson exhibit at WS Library

The public is invited to view works by artist Myrna Anderson during November in the White Salmon Valley Community Library’s Sprint/ Baker Gallery . The exhibit includes colorful works in...

 

November looks to be wetter than normal

According to preliminary data received by NOAA 's National Weather Service in Pendleton Oregon, temperatures at Goldendale averaged near normal...

 

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