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Articles from the November 26, 2014 edition

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Nativity scenes sought again this year

Central to the Christmas season for Christians everywhere is the story of the birth of Christ. Many families celebrate by setting out a Nativity scene. The public is invited to view more than 350...

 

Group seeks to keep spirits bright

When it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas around town, you can thank the Candy Cane Lane Parade committee. They're unofficially also known at...

 

President issues Thanksgiving Proclamation

“The year that is drawing towards its close, has been filled with the blessings of fruitful fields and healthful skies. To these bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget...

 
 By Bob Yoesle    News    November 26, 2014

Courthouse lights violate county's own ordinance

Forty years ago amateur astronomers at Clark College in Vancouver built one of the largest telescopes available for public use in the nation. The...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 26, 2014
The stringing of the lights above the intersection of Columbus and Main Street

Light Work

The Klickitat PUD was stringing Christmas lights around the intersection of Main and Columbus Monday morning. The LED lights will be powered by new...

 

Semi-nude suspect sought by police

Police are looking for a woman who was reported to have been involved in an attempted burglary in Goldendale last week. The incident was unusual, and police hope the woman can clear up some details,...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 26, 2014

Incident throws light on how to work with patients with severe depression

The former scourge of Klickitat Valley Health (KVH) has long renounced his one-man guerilla war against the hospital—but his ire returned after a recent visit there. In its wake came an attempted...

 

Local teens on the tube with Nancy

Goldendale sisters, Faith and Alyssa Simmons have really come along way in fashion. Enrolled in the clothing projects of 4-H, the girls have won...

 

BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL

Goldendale resident Peggy McMillian met Don Diamont, who plays Bill Spencer on "The Bold and the Beautiful," at a Beverly Hills event...

 

The 2015 calendars are coming

The Sentinel’s annual Goldendale calendar arrives in the office on Dec. 10. Advance orders are being taken now. The newspaper received 86 photographs from 12 different photographers for...

 

Bob Lieurance

Robert Edward Lieurance was born in Browning, Montana Oct 7, 1928 to Maxwell T Lieurance Sr. and Adeline E (Swain) Lieurance. He grew up in... Full story

 

Cristy Mack

Cristy Lee Mack, 53, passed away at her home in Goldendale on November 7, 2014. She was born in San Francisco, California on October 22, 1961 to Gerald Leroy and Nancy May Connor. She married Johnnie... Full story

 

Dylan Thomas Alford

Dylan Thomas Alford was born Oct. 16, 2014, to Kaycee Van Horn and Matthew Alford, of Spokane Valley, at Sacred Heart Hospital in Spokane.  Dylan weighted 8 lbs. 4 oz. and was 20 1/2 inches... Full story

 

Help to improve the health of your forest, meeting Dec. 9

Mt. Adams Chapter of the Washington Farm Forest Association (WFFA) is hosting a meeting on Saturday, Dec. 9, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the White Salmon Library. The USDA Natural Resource Conservation...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - November 26, 1964 Paul Johnson announced, “This is my 33rd year as superintendent at Goldendale, and I feel it is time I step down to make room for a younger man.” Paul has been a...

 

Who knew I'd be able to qualify to write this column?

My name is Oscar Johnson. I am a Certified Hunter-Ed instructor and remember, as a kid, reading each month the “This happened to me” articles in my dad’s Outdoor Life magazines. Me being me, I...

 

A serious matter

To the Editor: Mayor Baze has stated repeatedly that city council members and citizens should have known many months ago about the pot shop. He said there were presentations before the city council,...

 

Fascinating, but let's move on

To the Editor: I feel completely unrepresented with the marijuana issue as I am one of the few who simply doesn’t care. I am quite sure that whether we have marijuana shops, producers, and growers...

 

Did you hear this one?

To the Editor: In 2008, StoryCorps began to promote the day after Thanksgiving as The National Day of Listening. The purpose of the National Day of Listening is to promote communication and...

 

Shop with care on Black Friday

Black Friday is not always what it appears to be. Last year I finally splurged and purchased a new camera for all my photo needs. It had a great price and a GE logo on the front… exactly like...

 

A moose smooch, too close for comfort

A walk in the dark led to a too-close encounter. In 1954, my husband and I were living in the tiny farming town of Palmer, Alaska. Alaska was still just a territory of the United States in those days....

 

DOG GONE GOOD

Klickitat County 4-H'er Alyssa Simmons won grand champion Pre-novice Standard Agility and Jumpers Pre-novice Agility with her dog, Spotty, at the...

 

East District Court

October 16 • Candace Sims Anderson: Speeding 13 MPH over Limit (9/16/14); committed, fine $110. • Amanda Godina Canales: Op. Motor Veh. w/o Ins (9/14/14) Def. find $125; FL Renew Expired Reg less...

 

From the best seat in the house

The All League selections for the SCAC West honor those who had the best performances for their schools. There is a limit on how many are chosen and...

 

SCAC announces All Conference selections

Chris Trunkey was named to the first team of the SCAC West football All League selection for his play as a defensive back at Goldendale. Trunkey was...

 

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