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 By Akasha Spino-Bybee    News    June 24, 2015 

Former hospice building to move to RV area

One of the first things a person sees as they enter the city of Goldendale, is the glowing "M" sign of the McDonald's on Simcoe Drive. This, along...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 24, 2015 

Eyes are on state shops as Oregon pot sales start

As Oregon prepares to launch legal recreational marijuana sales a week from today, some business observers wonder what might happen to sales in...

 
 Obituaries    June 24, 2015 

John William Dressel

John William Dressel was born in Goldendale, Washington April 8, 1938, to parents Jack and Pauline (Hiatt) Dressel. He was named after his...

 
 By Delbert Brown    Opinion    June 24, 2015 

We have a right to know

To the Editor: You recently ran a story on city budget restraints on our local police department. I personally feel the problem lies within the department itself. Is it really necessary for all...

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    June 24, 2015 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - June 24, 1965 Supt. Paul Johnson’s 33 year career as head of the Goldendale school system has been a colorful one. Many of the “early day” graduates under Johnson recall his keen...

 
 News    June 24, 2015 

            City shuts down fireworks for Fourth

       Goldendale City Administrator Larry Bellamy announced over the weekend that fireworks that explode in the air are prohibited in the city over the coming Fourth of July holiday. Extreme fire danger in...

 
 By Andrew Christiansen    News    June 17, 2015

City police department losses raise questions on budget restraints

The recent loss of one Goldendale police officer to the Klickitat County Sheriff's Office and the impending loss of another has raised concerns about...

 
 By Akasha Spino-Bybee    News    June 17, 2015

High Street horses objects of ordinance concern

The city of Goldendale’s ordinance committee is revising the current livestock ordinance, as it lacks specifics on several matters and does not address how the city should handle issues discussed...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    June 17, 2015

A war that became civil shows issues can be tamed

There were no metaphoric guns blazing. There was no bombast or chauvinistic posturing. There were no hordes of barbarian invaders slashing through the...

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    June 10, 2015

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - June 10, 1965 Work on tearing down the old pool hall building on the south side of Main Street [Goldendale] was started this week by Bernard and Harold Shepler who recently purchased...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    June 3, 2015

City selling surplus property easement rights

The City of Goldendale played good neighbor Monday night, working through a two-step process to declare three pieces of property along the edges of the city’s 236-acre wastewater treatment plant...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 3, 2015

Ire over planning commission appointment still strong

By all reports, Jerry Koch, the new man appointed to the City of Goldendale Planning Commission, is abundantly qualified to occupy his position. His...

 
 By Delbert Brown    Opinion    June 3, 2015

Keep these people in mind

To the Editor: Thank you for printing the candidates for this year’s election. I want to ask the community to join with me in voting for Carl Conroy and Deborah Heart to re-elect these two people...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    May 20, 2015

City appoints non-resident to planning commission

Goldendale residents will have to wait another year for the West Columbus Street project. “After much work, we ended up having two bidders for this project,” Public Works director Karl Enyeart...

 
 Obituaries    May 20, 2015

John McDowell

John Allen McDowell passed away unexpectedly on May 6, 2015, in Yuma, Arizona. He was born in Vancouver, WA on April 22, 1940 to John and Artice...

 
 By Akasha Spino-Bybee    News    May 20, 2015

Food drive a success

The annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive that took place on May 9, was not only a national success, but a great benefit to the Goldendale Food Bank. Having collected approximately 1,600 pounds of food i...

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    May 20, 2015

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - May 20, 1965 The temporary water shortage took up most time as the Goldendale city council meeting. Several representatives of the Goldendale Country Club came, as much as anything to...

 
 By Akasha Spino-Bybee    Community    May 20, 2015

Goldendale High School Vocational teacher Rob Wing on to other things

With all of the changes happening within modern school systems, it can be hard for the teachers who have been around since the time schools taught...

 
 By Akasha Spino-Bybee    News    May 20, 2015

Bikefest was a hit: great expectations for next year

You may or may not have attended the “Bikefest” that was organized by Centerville resident and member of the Trail Riding Association of Klickitat County (TRACK), Brock Warrener. If you did, you...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    May 13, 2015

City looks at using Simcoe building for indoor storage unit business

In a special city council meeting Monday, the City of Goldendale chose to pass on a proposed grant to renovate the Simcoe building and instead investigate the possibility of using it for an indoor cli...

 
 By Akasha Spino-Bybee    News    May 13, 2015

Local insect expert educates students on the exotic lives of wetland bugs

Birds were singing, the stream was flowing, and the sun was shining bright; it was a perfect and beautiful day at Brooks Memorial Park on Thursday,...

 
 By Akasha Spino-Bybee    News    May 13, 2015

JustServe connects organizations with volunteers

There are several churches, civic organizations, government agencies and cities around the gorge that are searching for volunteers to help them...

 
 By Akasha Spino-Bybee    News    May 6, 2015

So long Dr. Ferch, hello Dr. Bryant

After practicing as a licensed dentist for 40 years, Dr. Lyle Ferch is ready to retire. And despite the usual complications that tend to occur when...

 
 News    April 22, 2015

Candidate filing deadlines approaching

The Klickitat County Auditor’s Office has issued a reminder of upcoming candidate filing deadlines for this year. Candidate filing week is May 11 through May 15. Online filing begins at 9 a.m. on...

 
 By Akasha Spino-Bybee    Community    April 22, 2015

Community reads "The End of Night" to bring light to the discussions on darkness

A recent reading program at the Goldendale Library wants to keep people out of the dark. “The program is called, ‘Community Reads’ and it is based upon a National Endowment for the Arts program...

 

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