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 News    June 13, 2018 

Breaker failure and fire cause power outage

Sunday a breaker failure in a Goldendale substation led to a fire that interrupted power in the city and surrounding communities for hours. At about...

 
 News    June 13, 2018 

City-Wide Yard Sale spans the area

Goldendale’s second annual City-Wide Yard Sale is this week, and shoppers eager to splurge on new old stuff have lots of places they can hit. The sale is this Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5...

 

Looking Back

May 7, 1896 This week The Sentinel celebrates its 18th anniversary, and still there are more to follow. Other local papers come and go, but it is hopeful The Sentinel will live on until the end of...

 
 By Richard Lefever    News    June 13, 2018 

Mosbrucker visits Centerville Grange

Centerville's Grange Hall has functioned as their primary community center for over 38 years. Like most grange halls in the state the building has end...

 

Calendar of Events

Events First Kids Stuff First & Third Mondays • Rainbow Girls meeting at 210 S. Columbus. Dinner at 6:30 p.m. open to the public with meeting following. (509) 773-4567 Every Wednesday • Community...

 

Goldendale senior receives FFA scholarship

Cassie Kayser of Centerville has recently received a 2018 National FFA Scholarship sponsored by Rabo AgriFinance, a financial solutions provider for leading U.S. agricultural producers and...

 

Looking Back

May 16, 1889 The contract for the new hotel in Goldendale has been let to Mr. James Wheelhouse of Columbus. Excavating for the new hotel has already commenced, and the dirt is being used with which...

 
 By Stacey Sullivan    News    May 30, 2018

FFA Ag Day draws hundreds

The Goldendale FFA hosted its third annual FFA Ag Day on Thursday, May 24. The goal of the event was to increase youths' awareness of the...

 

COMMEMORATING THE FALLEN

Memorial Day observations were held Monday at Centerville Cememtery (left), Stonehenge Memorial (above), and Goldendale's Mountain View Cemetery....

 

Looking Back

May 15, 1924 N.B. Brooks started up his brick yard this week, W.F. Hardin being in charge. He expects to make one kiln of 150,000 brick. Mr. Brooks has been out of brick for some time, several...

 

MaryEllen Shull

MaryEllen Shull, 89, passed away at the home of her daughter in Goldendale on May 3, 2018. She was born in Malden, AAA on May 18, 1928 to Charlotte (T...

 

Kenneth James Miller

Kenneth James Miller, 47, a resident of Wenatchee died May 1, 2018, in Seattle, Washington. A kind and gentle soul, he leaves us with loving memories. Ken grew up in Issaquah, playing football,...

 

Looking Back:

May 15, 1890 Two passenger trains were sand bound at Grants, from May 7 at midnight until May 8 at six o’clock pm., being 18 hours. All this time our mail express and passengers were at a...

 
 By Max Erikson    News    May 2, 2018

Fire Victims Fund holds auction and yard sale

The 23 Annual Klickitat Valley Fire Victims Fund is scheduled for May 11 and 12. A yard sale and live and silent auctions will be held to generate funds to support victims of fire disasters in the...

 

Looking Back

April 14, 1938 Raymond Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hill, returned to Pullman Sunday after spending spring vacation in Goldendale with his parents. He made the return trip with his father....

 

Oregon Trail Rally, Travis Pastrana return to Goldendale

"There's a hierarchy of insanity in motor sports. Normal people think all racers are crazy. Folks who race sedans think people in open-wheel cars are...

 
 By Lauren Schuster    News    April 18, 2018

Growers banquet a huge success

On Saturday, March 21, the annual Klickitat County Livestock Growers Banquet was held at the Elk’s Lodge in White Salmon. The sold-out crowd of 250 enjoyed an evening of a prime rib dinner, slide...

 

Vincent A. Jussila

Vincent A. Jussila, age 92, a resident of Wishram Heights, died Saturday, the 7th of April. He was bom on Oct. 10, 1925 in The Dalles to Esther Yeacke...

 

Looking Back

March 13, 1919 J.H. Beeks of Sundale was in the city the first of the week on business. He has sold 780 acres of his land in that section to his three sons, Sam, Dewey, and Gus, who will erect...

 

City-wide yard sale headed this way

The second Annual Goldendale City Wide Yard Sales are gearing up for their yard sales on June 15-16. The first one was very successful, with over 65 sales all over Goldendale and Centerville. Just joi...

 

HG&S Show will be a hit

The events are starting to hit us in Goldendale, so there is no time to be bored. The Goldendale Home, Garden & Sportsmans Show is always a big hit. The hours are Friday, April 27, from noon to 6...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    March 28, 2018

Bull tour coming

There are more cattle in Klickitat County than the number of people in Goldendale, White Salmon, Bingen, Trout Lake, Wishram, Centerville, and...

 

Looking Back

March 24, 1894 Last Saturday 28 acres of land, comprising the upper meadow of Goldendale, south of Broadway street, was sold at sheriff’s sale for $112.00 or $4.00 an acre. The land subject to a...

 

People here rise shoulder-to-shoulder in crisis

This week as I have been perusing the first few months of the 1920 issues of The Goldendale Sentinel, I have been repeatedly impressed with the shoulder-to-shoulder support of the people of...

 

Looking Back

March 13, 1919 The “kid wagon,” the convenience used to bring children to and from school in the more remote parts of the district, was over turned Monday afternoon on the State Road. The team...

 

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