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 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    March 25, 2015 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - March 18, 1965 • Goldendale was visited with heavy gusts of wind from the north and east last Thursday afternoon. Dark clouds accompanied the wind. Dust clouds were raised by the...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 18, 2015

Dogs, trees, and funds highlight council meeting

Vicious dogs, potentially damaging trees, and distribution of tourism dollar funds were among the principal issues addressed at the Goldendale city...

 
 By Akasha Spino-Bybee    News    March 18, 2015

Track Chair recipients still finding lives changed by Goldendale's gifts

After suffering major bodily injuries while fighting in Afghanistan, causing tremendous difficulty while carrying out everyday activities and tasks (such as trimming the hedges of their lawns or...

 
 News    March 18, 2015

Inmate assaults keep GPD busy

A pair of assaults at the Klickitat County jail were the highlights of Goldendale Police activity last week. Courthouse disturbances, including jail...

 
 By Akasha Spino-Bybee    News    March 11, 2015

Bringing back Main Street

Main Street has been through a lot over the past 150 years; it has been burned to the ground by the summer heat, re-built and then paved over to suit automobiles and future commercialization. It can...

 
 By Lila Burgess    Opinion    March 11, 2015

Email addresses for council members

To the Editor: Would it be a good idea for the City of Goldendale to provide an e-mail address of the council members? Not a personal e-mail but one specifically set up for council related business...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 4, 2015

McCabe moves on veterans bill and Erin's Law

Rep. Gina McCabe (R-Goldendale) spoke for the first time on the floor of the Washington Legislature yesterday, in support of her veterans’ employment bill. Young veterans, 18- to 25-year-olds, have...

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    February 25, 2015

Looking Back

50 years Ago - February 25, 1965 • Biff, the Stan Crocker’s family dog, was somewhat sadder, if not wiser, last Thursday morning after acquiring something over 200 porcupine quills, in and around...

 
 Community    February 25, 2015

Middle school students named to honor roll

Goldendale Middle School released their honor roll for the second quarter of the 2014-15 school year. To be eligible, middle school students must have a 3.00 GPA or higher with at least four graded...

 
 By Dick Schuller    Features    February 25, 2015

Homespun Yarns

Yep! It’s cool livin’ in a small town! Yes, living in a small town can present challenges and benefits untold. My son in Houston, Texas tells of standing in line at the post office normally for...

 
 Obituaries    February 18, 2015

Gordon Johnson

Gordon Allen Johnson passed away on February 11, 2015 in Vancouver, Washington at the age of 79. He was born in Rapid City, South Dakota on November...

 
 News    February 11, 2015

Local food interests want to house Food Resource Center in Goldendale

Forty people representing 21 local food interest groups gathered at the Goldendale Library, Jan. 25, to share ideas about how to expand and strengthen the local food system. A consensus was reached...

 
 By Delbert Brown    Opinion    February 11, 2015

What were they thinking?

To the Editor: I am writing this letter in opposition of the local pot store that our elected city council, and our elected mayor, has let come into our community. Citizens of our community are...

 
 News    February 11, 2015

Maryhill opens for 75th year March 15

Maryhill Museum of Art opens its 75th Anniversary Season March 15, 2015 with the special exhibition American Indian Painting: Twentieth-Century...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    February 4, 2015

City council votes to ban pot

In a few quiet minutes Monday night, the Goldendale city council voted first to reject the city planning commission's recommendation not to approve a...

 
 Obituaries    February 4, 2015

Ervin Anderson

Ervin William Anderson passed away at his home in Goldendale on January 28, 2015 at the age of 74. He was born to Alma (Trumbo) and William Anderson in Goldendale on April 6, 1940. He was raised on a...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    February 4, 2015

Community division over pot still foments lingering rancor

True story: not long ago, I was talking with an acquaintance from Georgia. Somehow the topic came around to the Civil War. “You mean the ‘War of...

 
 By Dean Kiggins    Opinion    February 4, 2015

It's silly and needs to stop

To the Editor: When the people of Washington State cast their votes and legalized the use of recreational cannabis, it signaled the “beginning of the end”—not the end of a civilized moral...

 
 News    January 28, 2015

County changes courthouse lights

Klickitat County recently took action to correct the poorly shielded lights installed at the county courthouse late last year. The lights are...

 
 By Darrell Smith    Opinion    January 28, 2015

The unbridled rule of selfishness

To the Editor: “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” —Edmund Burke At the recent Goldendale Planning Committee public meeting, nearly everyone who...

 
 By Cheri Harris    Opinion    January 28, 2015

Let's not be defeated by defeatism

To the Editor: My husband and I moved to Goldendale nearly three years ago. It was obvious this small community had problems and had seen better days, but I saw a great deal of potential here then,...

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Community    January 28, 2015

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - January 28, 1965 • The industrial scene in Goldendale is being strengthened by construction of the new sawmill by Layman Lumber Co., began with footings poured just before the cold...

 
 By Akasha Spino-Bybee    Community    January 28, 2015

The train still runs in Goldendale: the K&W Model Railroad Club then and now

Once upon a time, Goldendale ran passenger trains to and from Portland, showing its guests the beautiful fall colors of the Gorge in September. When...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 21, 2015

Planning commission votes no on pot ban

The City of Goldendale Planning Commission Thursday night voted to recommend that the city not implement a ban of future marijuana businesses, oppos...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    January 21, 2015

On the inverse theory of Multiple Intelligences at the public hearing

In 1983 a Harvard professor named Howard Gardner revolutionized education with a new teaching model. His theory of Multiple Intelligences argued that...

 

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