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 By Rodger Nichols    News    March 7, 2018

Public comment derails city garbage plan

The prospect of a proposed new city ordinance that would require every resident of Goldendale to pay for garbage service whether they used it or not drew a packed house to the Goldendale City Council... Full story

 

City swears in new council members

The Goldendale City Council held its first meeting of the New Year on Tuesday, Jan. 2, pushed from its normal Monday meeting schedule by the New Year’s Day holiday. And the meeting held an unusual...

 
 By Brandon Cline    News    July 12, 2017

Community Days offer a variety of summer diversions

The weather was hot and the town was buzzing during Goldendale's Community Days, which ran from July 7-9 in and around downtown. Put on by the City... Full story

 
 By Roger Nichols    News    May 17, 2017

City approves rezoning near park

The Goldendale City Council rolled through a busy agenda in workmanlike fashion Monday night. Public Works Director Karl Enyeart reported the city had received three bids for the South Columbus sewer...

 

Goldendale student named to National Junior Honor Society

Caroline Knopes, daughter of Carmen Knopes and a Goldendale student has been named a 2017 recipient of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) Outstanding Achievement Award. The award is designed...

 

Fire victims yard sale

The Klickitat Valley Fire Victims Fund is getting ready to hold its 22nd annual Live Auction and Yard Sale. This fundraising event is crucial in keeping funds available to Fire Victims in the Fire Dis...

 

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in town

Here is a great opportunity to celebrate Cinco de Mayo right here in Glenwood. The Glenwood Public School Employees group (PSE) is hosting a Cinco de Mayo dinner on Friday, May 5. Proceeds from the...

 
 By Jess Macinko    News    April 19, 2017

City Council anticipates report system

Monday night’s city council meeting centered on a report system for the Goldendale Fire Department and a cost-sharing measure for Oregon Trail Rally preparations. The report system, which received...

 
 By Roger Nichols    News    March 29, 2017

Council votes Goodnoe over vets

Goldendale City Council met Monday night in a special session on a single issue—which of two competing applications would receive the go-ahead to redevelop the Mt. Adams Care Center in Goldendale.... Full story

 
 By Jess Macinko    News    March 8, 2017

City weighs fate of former care center building

Though a formal decision won't be made until next week, the mood at Monday night's city council workshop was all but unanimous: helping veterans is...

 

City considers proposals for Mount Adams property

A city council workshop will convene after the regular council meeting Monday, March 6, to discuss proposals for the purchase and development of the former site of the Mount Adams Care Center. Two...

 

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...

 
 By Shelby Taylor    News    August 3, 2016

Airport committee seeks to join WSCAA

Last Wednesday at City Hall, the city's airport committee gathered to discuss the progression of the projected upgrades to the Goldendale Municipal...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    May 18, 2016

City approves aerial mapping project

Good news for anyone paying insurance in Goldendale. The city has managed to maintain a Level Six fire rating, after first being notified the city was being dropped to a Level Seven, which would have...

 

New mothers help make Mothers' Day special around Glenwood

Several Glenwood grandparents and great-grandparents received early Mother’s Day gifts of new additions to their families. Devin and Ashley Dean of White Salmon welcomed twin daughters on April 29....

 

Council takes on fresh pot concerns

Marijuana was the surprise topic at what was supposed to be such a routine meeting that the two media representatives in the room tripled the size of... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    December 2, 2015

Council selects new member amid executive session controversy

The only note of controversy arising from Monday’s special meeting of the Goldendale city council occurred in the audience when a motion was passed... Full story

 

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...

 

2011 election results: new mayor, hard liquor initiative looks to pass

Results are in on the 2011 election. As of 8:55 p.m. Tuesday night, the results in local races with opposed candidates are: Goldendale Mayor: Clint Baze, 473 votes; Arletta Parton, 351 votes. City of...

 

One last campaign question

The Sentinel invited candidates in the local elections who are running opposed to respond to a final campaign question. The three-part question was, “What is the single most important task facing...

 

Early results in from election poll

Last Thursday The Sentinel’s website posted a pre-election poll for online readers to vote on the candidates for mayor, city council positions, and hospital commissioners. Notification of the poll w...

 

Candidates cover the issues at meeting

Ever since the 2008 Presidential Election, the word “change” has been a front-burner item in every political speech. That wasn’t any different a...

 

Primary results

Here are the final results of yesterday’s primary elections for Goldendale: Mayor: Clint Baze, 52.72 percent (407 votes). Arletta Parton, 35.1 percent (271 votes). Michael Goodwin, 12.18 percent...

 

Primary candidates speak on questions

As an aide to voters for the primary coming up, The Sentinel asked candidates on the primary ballot three questions: 1. Why are you running? 2. What distinguishes you from your opponents? 3. What...

 
 By JoAnne Grogan    News    July 27, 2011

Parks and Rec levy sought for programs

“I could not believe my eyes—our daughter Caroline had a fear of water,” states Carmen Knopes. “The swimming lessons taught her a valuable skill. Our little girl used to hold onto her father...

 

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