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 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 29, 2015

Glenwood fights to avoid being absorbed into Indian lands

The Yakama Nation has quietly issued a petition to the federal government to retrocede some 99,000 acres of northwestern Klickitat County, including t...

 

GHS music teacher retiring

Local middle and high school band teacher Doug Siegel will be saying goodbye to the Goldendale School District at the end of the year as he retires...

 

Couple brings horse and buggy business to town

It's safe to say that every person is different and interested in different things: some people enjoy painting, others enjoy working on cars and...

 

Home and Garden Show returns

A show that has become famous in the greater Goldendale area will be opening for the seventh consecutive year this Friday. The Home and Garden Show,...

 

McCabe vets bill is now law

A measure prime-sponsored by Rep. Gina McCabe that will start a campaign for businesses to increase the number of veterans employed around the state...

 

PUD can sell landfill gas

Klickitat PUD and the Washington Public Utility Districts Association are welcoming a bill signed by Gov. Jay Inslee that paves the way for public...

 

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Members of the Klickitat County chapter of Trout Unlimited were busy planting trees and cleaning up the Little Klickitat River. Members Bruce Edwards...

 

Police arrest suspect in Monday morning arson

Police are looking for leads on a burglary that occurred on the 1600 block of Pipeline Road sometime between April 22 and April 25. The caretaker of the home discovered that the home had been...

 

Klickitat County Prosecutor's log

Below is a summary of major events from Superior Court criminal docket for the week of April 20. Superior Court is in session generally every other week. State v. Dallas Mattox, 14-1-00059-8,...

 

Barbara Clark and Chuck Gall tie the knot in Idaho

Barbara Clark and Chuck Gall were married April 19 in Idaho.  Both are Bickleton folks.  Their children hosted a reception for them at the Bickleton Church Fellowship Hall on Sunday afternoon. ...

 

DNR wildfire preparedness meeting at Lyle

The first of a series of wildfire preparedness meetings will be held April 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Lyle High School gym. DNR officials will share current weather predictions and explain...

 

Mission Possible: Ogden's team completes mission in Cambodia

The following is the third and final part of Dr. Jim Odgen's report on his mission to Cambodia. Saturday, April 4 Today was a very remarkable,...

 

Homespun Yarns

At last I had reached the grownup age of 19. While attending a YMCA camp in northern Ontario, Canada, I was drawn to a lone Ojibway Indian, named Jay Friday. He had been “given” one of the many is...

 
 By Jack Runyan    Opinion    April 29, 2015

Time to play 'What's Your Favorite pothole'

To the Editor: Here is a list of my favorite potholes: 1. SW corner of Mill Street and Collins. 2. West 400 block of Collins. 3. West 500 block of Allyn. 4. Golden and Court north of the...

 

Huffsmith leads pee-wee basketball as part of senior project

The Glenwood School ASB is planning a community cleanup day on Thursday, April 30; during which, Republic Services will provide a large dumpster at...

 

Lions White Cane day and breakfast Saturday

The Lyle Lions Club is one organization that has continually supported the needs of low income individuals and is worthy of its own donation, but on Saturday, May 2, they are sponsoring “White Cane...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - April 29, 1965 Fire of undetermined origin destroyed the Klickitat Grade School building Friday night. The fire was reported about 9 p.m. by one of the students. Calls were sent to...

 

From the best seat in the house

As a former educator, I have much appreciation of the student athletes who I see listed on the honor rolls. They are often some of the best athletes...

 

Goldendale boys win at Condon, Cloud sets school pole vault record

It was a typical day in Condon for the annual Condon-Wheeler Invitational, Saturday. Cold, breezy, a little sun, a little rain, a little hail and... Full story

 

Big inning can't stop Lightning in sweep over Lady Wolves

Goldendale had one of their better innings in a home game against La Salle, Monday night, in a battle of teams in search of their first league win....

 

Cougars score in 12 of 14 innings in sweep over Granger

Lyle-Wishram-Klickitat is looking to finish the season strong as the District playoff bracket was announced. After getting clobbered by a very tough D...

 

Timberwolf netters slowed in post-break action

Wins were hard to come by last week for the Goldendale tennis team. On Tuesday La Salle made the most of the home court advantage, spinning a couple of shut-outs. Saturday’s match against Granger...

 

East District Court

April 7 • Willy Paul Burch: 1) DUI, 2) DWLS (3/5/15) guilty plea, 364 days/354 susp., $1,675 fine/fees, 24 mos. probation. Count 2 dismissed. • Ricky Contreras: 1) Assault 2) Resisting Arrest...

 

Robotics team returns from World Tournament

During the week of April 14 -19, the Goldendale High School robotics team was in Louisville, Ky., competing in the Robotics World Tournament. Four...

 

The Dalles Dam Visitors Center opens

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invites guests to visit The Dalles Dam this summer. The dam’s visitor center will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays through Sundays from May 1 until Memorial Day,...

 

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