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Articles from the January 25, 2017 edition

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 By Contributed    News    January 25, 2017

Vietnam Wall replica coming to Goldendale

The Wall That Heals, a 250-foot replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, along with a mobile Education Center , is coming to Goldendale between Aug. 31 and Sept. 3 at the Klickitat County Fair...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    January 25, 2017

Goldendale girls earn first SCAC road win

The Goldendale Timberwolves girls basketball team bounced back from its two game skid and knocked off the Naches Rangers 57-51 on Tuesday night in...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    January 25, 2017

Goldendale boys drop third straight, slip to fifth in SCAC

With a chance to separate themselves from the La Salle Lightning for the third spot in the South Central Athletic Conference West standings, the...

 

Maryhill announces first summer concert

Maryhill Winery's hotly anticipated 2017 summer concert series begins Sunday , June 25, with legendary Latin-rock band Santana. Sales for the Santana...

 
 By Jess Macinko    News    January 25, 2017

Local woman corners 'cute' market

Six and a half miles outside Goldendale, Rebekah Scarola cups a hedgehog in her hand. "Rosalee," she explains, is unusually comfortable with...

 
 By Jess Macinko    News    January 25, 2017

Voices from the county on Inauguration Day

On Friday, Jan. 20, President-elect Donald Trump became President Donald Trump. His inauguration inspired mixed feelings, both nationally and locally...

 

Who is longestmarried couple?

Who is Goldendale's longest-married couple? If you think you know, please pass on the information to The Sentinel. As we did last year, for...

 
 By Jess Macinko    News    January 25, 2017

Vehicle prowls on the rise

Police Chief Reggie Bartkowski says he spoke too soon. On the heels of last week’s report, which outlined a decrease in crime for 2016—property crime in particular—Goldendale has been hit by a...

 

Police chief: overall city crime is down

The Goldendale City Council met Monday in a meeting delayed from last week by inclement weather. They heard good news from Chief Reggie Bartkowski, who had some comparative crime statistics from 2015...

 

Harold Hill

Longtime Goldendale area resident Harold W. Hill passed away, surrounded by his family, on Friday, J a n u a r y 13th. He was preceded in death by...

 
 By Jess Macinko    News    January 25, 2017

Teacher secures funds for recess equipment

Goldendale Primary School teacher Brad Fahlenkamp raised just under $1,000 for recess equipment. Fahlenkamp, who teaches physical education, says the school has been running out of playground toys....

 

Roscoe J. Imrie

Roscoe J. Imrie, long time cattle rancher, passed away on January 15, 2017. He was born to Jesse and Helen Imrie at the family home in Rock Creek on October 24, 1933. R o s c o e a t t e n d e d...

 

Norma Nichols

Norma Joice Nichols, 76, passed away in The Dalles, Oregon on January 12, 2017. She was born in Sisters, Oregon on March 3, 1940 to Vera (Martin) and Aubrey “Pete” Brundridge. When Norma was 10 ye...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    January 25, 2017

Vandals hold off late rally to edge Cougars

What started as a first quarter blowout between host Lyle-Wishram and Klickitat-Glenwood turned into a fourth quarter barn burner as the Cougars storm...

 

How seniors can best get their financials in order

Dear Savvy Senior , My wife and I would like to get our personal and financial affairs in order so our kids will know what’s going on if we get sick or die. What tips can you offer? Procrastinating...

 

Seniors will be hurt if ACA is repealed

Some Medicare benefits will be lost to seniors if the Affordable Healthcare Act, aka Obamacare, is repealed. What many voters may not have realized, given the lack of clarity over this issue, is that...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    January 25, 2017

Bickleton boys fall to Tribal after thrilling overtime win against Cougars

The Bickleton boys basketball team, sitting in third place in the Greater Columbia Gorge League standings, was looking to make a move on Yakama...

 

Outstanding service

My wife Sharon and I want to express our appreciation to the men, and women of the police, Sheriff’s Department, Highway Patrol, road plow operators, fire fighters, and emergency responders in our...

 

Call for free snow shoveling

This winter has been rough so far, especially those who have a little more difficulty getting around than others. Klickitat County Public Works has a list of people throughout the county who will shov...

 

Help spread word on mental health

In the past two years the Klickitat and Lyle Against Substance Abuse Coalition (KLASAC) has trained 86 people in Youth Mental Health First Aid in Klickitat County! Their goal is to break 100 this...

 

Cabin Fever Festival coming

SNOW, SNOW, SNOW— this has been an intense winter between the really cold days and nights and the larger amount of snow than we have had in recent winters past. However we are hoping the weather...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    January 25, 2017

Balanced effort leads Klickitat-Glenwood girls past Lyle-Wishram

Klickitat-Glenwood girls hoops head coach Adam McFall said his team played a little jet lagged last weekend against Yakama Tribal on Friday and...

 

4-H Club board game night fundraiser

The 4-H L-E-G-O Club would like to invite you to their benefit to support mock trial expedition to Olympia in February. “Dear Community Members, I would like to invite you to join me and my friends...

 

Local Student Named Finalist in National High School Poetry Contest

Emily Hanson of Middle Road in Bickleton has had her poem entitled “The Taming of Animals” selected as one of 20 national winners published in the winter issue of Just Poetry, the National High...

 

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