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Articles from the January 28, 2015 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 28, 2015

Proposed PUD project holds meetings

The Klickitat PUD (KPUD) thinks water is just too lazy, just lying there. At best, it seems, you can make it run through a dam and generate...

 

GETTING SET FOR THE SUPER BOWL

The Community Grace Brethren Church Youth Group is selling its huge submarine sandwiches for the Super Bowl again this year, now for 31 consecutive...

 

Smith murder trial delayed to next year

The Associated Press (AP) reported Saturday that the trial of a Goldendale woman charged with drugging and killing her two-year-old daughter at an Oregon coastal resort has been put off a year....

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 28, 2015

Easy fixes for new Apple Health issues

Provisions in a change announced by Washington Health Care Authority (HCA) on Jan. 1 sent shock waves through Klickitat County. New Medicaid enrollees and anyone not already assigned to a managed...

 

Showcase shows off GHS photo, video talent

As soon as the Timberwolf Art Gallery's doors were opened Friday evening, the brilliant array of fluorescent lights began shimmering down onto the...

 

County changes courthouse lights

Klickitat County recently took action to correct the poorly shielded lights installed at the county courthouse late last year. The lights are...

 
 By Alice Day    News    January 28, 2015

School districts seek way to pay for voters' demand in I-1351 requiring class-size reductions in state

School districts around Washington will be priming their fiscal pumps in coming weeks, asking local constituents to support special maintenance and operations tax propositions to maintain current...

 

Correction

In last week’s Sentinel, the article “New KVH clinic area opens in February” makes note of a Diabetic Management Program by Diane Sosne. Deann Blake is actually the person running that program....

 
 By Alice Day    News    January 28, 2015

Public lands' surplus water rights could aid farmers, communities

Farmers, private businesses and neighboring communities could have more access to water if legislators succeed in requiring state agencies to lease surplus water rights on public land. In prior...

 

Lyle School asks for M and O levy support

The Lyle school district is asking for the public to support a local Maintenance and Operation levy this February. The school which worked its way back onto stable ground after coming under the direct...

 

KLASAC emphasis on alcohol sales

KLASAC, the Klickitat-Lyle Against Substance Abuse Coalition announced there will be compliance checks conducted at local alcohol retail outlets from now through June. The action is being taken in...

 

Volunteers honored

Klickitat County Search and Rescue volunteers were honored Jan. 13 for their service to the County. In 2014, the Klickitat County SAR volunteers...

 

Hatch receives 2014 Youth in Media award

Merissa Hatch of Goldendale, is the recipient of the Ekone Creative Services 2014 Youth in Media Award. She received an Android tablet computer. Members of the selection committee were impressed by...

 

Raffle to benefit optometric mission trip to Cambodia

Dr. Jim Ogden’s 2015 optometric mission trip to Cambodia received two items to raffle off as a means of raising funds. Geraldine Clemmer has made and donated a cross-stitch picture; and Mr. and...

 

John Welsh

John Welsh was born July 23, 1935, in Seattle, Wash. He passed away suddenly on Jan. 20, 2015, at his home in Goldendale, WA. John graduated from the...

 

Barbara S. Thomsen

Barbara S. Thomsen (70) of Goldendale died in Toppenish on Monday January 19, 2015. She was born in Goldendale on October 29, 1944 to Virgil and...

 

Esther L. Hansel

Esther Louise Hansel passed away at OHSU Hospital, Portland, OR, on January 22, 2015, at the age of 91. She was born at the home ranch three miles from McFadden, WY, August 5, 1923, to John B. King...

 

Homespun Yarns

My old World War II Dodge Power Wagon sat there, fender kinked in and defiant. Its defiance was to start it and keep it running. My family had just finished a government homestead in Kenai, Alaska....

 

The unbridled rule of selfishness

To the Editor: “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” —Edmund Burke At the recent Goldendale Planning Committee public meeting, nearly everyone who...

 

Let's not be defeated by defeatism

To the Editor: My husband and I moved to Goldendale nearly three years ago. It was obvious this small community had problems and had seen better days, but I saw a great deal of potential here then,...

 

Put yourself in my shoes

To the Editor: As the public is well aware, and it remains no secret, I have a serious problem with KVH, its doctors, and with the present administration. I personally would like to ask the CEO: if...

 

Youth game night Saturday at Activity Center

Hey guys…let her think it’s just for her with a surprise trip to the Chocolate Festival at the Activity Center on Saturday, Feb. 7, between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. For just a $5 entrance fee you can...

 

Homecoming week arrives, events planned

The much-awaited homecoming week has arrived in Glenwood! Throughout the week, students will show their school spirit by participating in numerous special activities. The hallway near the gym will be...

 

FIRST Tech Challenge Tournament Saturday

Families and robot lovers of all ages are invited to watch the fun at the Columbia Gorge FIRST® Tech Challenge (FTC) Tournament Saturday, Jan. 31 at The Dalles Middle School (1100 E. 12th St.). This...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - January 28, 1965 • The industrial scene in Goldendale is being strengthened by construction of the new sawmill by Layman Lumber Co., began with footings poured just before the cold...

 

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