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Articles from the November 18, 2015 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 18, 2015

Vets Day parade is big and musical

Cold bodies and warm hearts combined on the streets of Goldendale last Wednesday as dozens of people braved the chilly temperatures to watch the new...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 18, 2015

GM talks about KPUD rate increase, China, lawsuit

General Manager Jim Smith of the Klickitat PUD (KPUD) says the utility’s proposed rate hikes are carefully considered; there is indeed a memorandum...

 

The calendars are here

The Sentinel's 2016 calendars are in today, with photographs from almost a dozen area artists included. The cover picture, "Amber Fields in Winter...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 18, 2015

GRAND OPENING

Lisa and Travis Herseim cut the ribbon to officially open their Golden Chinook Coffee Shop on Main Street in Goldendale, as family and members and... Full story

 

WSP warns of phone scam

Over the past four months, the Washington State Patrol (WSP) has received numerous phone calls from the public indicating they have been contacted by the agency soliciting donations. Based on the info...

 

Thanksgiving travel to be heaviest since 2007, gas and air fares down

Some forty seven million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home during the Thanksgiving holiday, a slight increase over the 46.6 million people who traveled last year and the most since...

 

Council praises police officers

Goldendale City Councilors covered a lot of ground in a short time Monday night. They were able to whip through what looked to be a packed agenda in...

 

WebWorks forum tonight at Grange

Today, broadband access is vital for all organizations and businesses-not just those we think of as high tech. Broadband connections open many doors, and allow rural residents and businesses to...

 

KVH achieves Herd Immunity

Some great news for our community: Klickitat Valley Health has achieved 'herd immunity' with the influenza vaccine! Herd Immunity? No, KVH staff have not been out rustling the local livestock. What...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - November 18, 1965 Electrician’s Mate Third Class James E. Riley, USN, son of Mrs. Ivan A. Riley of Goldendale, received the U. S. Expeditionary Medal for his supporting role in...

 

MOMENT OF CALM

After eluding hunters during the early season, a young black-tail buck relaxes in the morning sun....

 

Required IRA and 401(k) withdrawal rules for retirees

Dear Savvy Senior, Can you give me the details on required IRA and 401(k) distributions? I turned 70 this year, and want to be clear on what I’m required to do, and when I’ll have to do it....

 

Why do the schools need a reader board?

To the Editor: About the upcoming school bond election: I was wondering why all of the schools need a “Reader Board” (digital banner?), and what do they cost approximately? Can anyone answer this...

 

Great response from sheriff's office

To the Editor: One day while driving in the Goldendale area, I saw a horse in a fenced pasture that looked dangerously skinny to me. I wondered if the horse was either very old or in an abusive...

 

Let's not deal with China

To the Editor: If the PUD takes money from China, we will be dealing with a country with the worst civil rights record in the world. A country that has forced abortion or child-killing at birth. A... Full story

 

Family awareness event combating drugs and alcohol with early education

Parents and grade school boys and girls teamed up for an evening of fun, education and bonding for a good purpose, last week. The event was KLASAC...

 

Gorge Grown to present Up Up! Film Festival

Gorge Grown Food Network and the Rockford Grange present the Greenhorn’s Up Up! Film Festival, on Friday, Dec. 11, at the Rockford Grange in Hood River. Up Up! Film Festival is a series of...

 

Discovery Center to hold holiday open house

Mark your calendar for the annual Holiday Open House and Community Appreciation Day at Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum, Saturday, Dec. 5, from 12 to 6 p.m. This is the museum’s chance to th...

 

WILD night for OLESS in Lyle

The family of Tom Bryan Sr., requests the presence of your company at his “90th” birthday and Tom and Joyce’s “70th” wedding anniversary on Saturday, Nov. 28, from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. at...

 

Christmas Bazaar at Dallesport Dec. 5-6

The 12th annual Dallesport/Murdock Christmas Bazaar is Dec. 5-6 at the Columbia Hills RV Park on Highway 197, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call (509) 767-4077 for a table. Tables rent for $10 per...

 

Congressional App Challenge open to 3rd District students

Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler last week extended an invitation to high school students across Southwest Washington to participate in the 2015 Congressional App Challenge. The Congressional App...

 

East District Court

October 6 • Nicholas Robert Lease: DUI (3/21/15); guilty plea, jail 364/333 susp., fine/fees $1696; 60 mos. probation. • Nicholas Robert Lease: Pistol-Loaded in Vehicle (3/21/15); dismissed per...

 

From the best seat in the house

The Lady Cougars of Lyle-Wishram represented their schools, community and county well at the State volleyball tournament, the only team from the...

 

Cougars bow out of State with 1-2 record

Making their first trip to the State volleyball tournament since 2001, Lyle-Wishram stuck around until day two before bowing out of the tournament... Full story

 

Pond Gorge League MVP

Bickleton's Hannah Pond was named MVP for the Greater Columbia Gorge League in volleyball. Pond, a senior, was the Pirates' leading hitter as well as...

 

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