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 By Max Erikson    News    April 18, 2018 

Ready for a worst case no one wants

Members of city and county law enforcement agencies, together with personnel of regional and county fire departments and emergency responders, joined...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    April 18, 2018 

State to city: you need day care

The Goldendale City Council had a solid meeting Monday night. In the biggest item on the agenda, councilors approved construction of a new 9,000-square-foot building to house equipment for the public...

 

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...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    April 18, 2018 

WGAP seeks funds against a backdrop of frustration

Since our stories earlier this year on the Washington Gorge Action Programs (WGAP) coup against the Goldendale Food Bank (GFB), a number of people...

 

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...

 

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...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    April 11, 2018

Goldendale's Sierra Plum signs on to set for College of New Rochelle

For a while after finishing up her high school volleyball career at Goldendale High School, senior Sierra Plum was undecided on whether she wanted to...

 
 By Max Erikson    News    April 11, 2018

Reader board campaign seeks to restore the sign

The Goldendale Chamber of Commerce, with the approval of the Goldendale City Council, is moving forward with a community project called “Renovate...

 

LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

Goldendale Origin of Life Survey “In God We Trust”—Do We? The willingness to give up one’s own gratification for the good of others has been the cornerstone of this wonderful country of ours....

 

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...

 

Looking Back

April 6, 1888 Jochin Henry Timmerman was executed by hanging in Goldendale for the murder of William Sterling. Local tradition later told that just before his hanging Timmerman prophesied that Goldend...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    April 11, 2018

Luke Gerchak paces Wolves, finishes second overall at Tuesday home match

What started out as a cloudy, damp day on the Goldendale Golf Course turned into a sunny afternoon during Goldendale's first of two South Central...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    April 4, 2018

Crime down, says police chief

Short and sweet were the watchwords for Monday night’s City Council meeting, which clocked in at a spare 26 minutes. The only action item on the agenda was a unanimous vote on an agreement with...

 

Rainbow Girls travel east

Brandi Vance, Jurisdictional Representative to Maryland and Ray Chatwin, Jurisdictional Representative to Connecticut in Washington/Idaho Internationa...

 

Nancy Vader

Nancy Lovina Vader, 62, of Vancouver passed away at her mother's home in Goldendale on March 20, 2018. She was born in The Dalles, Oregon on Dec. 20,...

 

Tire season extended

If you thought you were in trouble for not taking your studded tires off already, let me tell you that you are safe. Washington and Oregon are extending the studded tire season. All studded tires...

 

Library gets ready to renew

The Goldendale Community Library will host a community open house on Wednesday, April 4, from 6 to 7 p.m. in the Camplan Community Room at the...

 

What happened to spring?

Spring snuck up on me last week. But then again, it didn’t appear that way with a little snow flurry this past week. We can hope for winter to be over, except for keeping those mountains white for...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    March 21, 2018

City backs off garbage plan

The City of Goldendale will not be passing an ordinance requiring every property owner in town to pay for garbage service: that was the word at the Go...

 

Looking Back:

March 24, 1894 The dam at Weld’s planning mill broke last Thursday night and the rush of the imprisoned water washed out the lower dam and made a large gap in the ditch that supplies the city of...

 

Auscrete on securing of city land

Auscrete Corporation has placed a story on its recent purchase of city property in Goldendale on BusinessInsider.com focusing on its stock market impact. The story ran on March 20 and is as follows:...

 

Library remodel set to start

The remodel of the Goldendale Community Library is set to get underway in just a few weeks, thanks in great part, to the generosity of the late Wilma...

 
 By Marcus Fichtl    News    March 14, 2018

City native in Best Warrior contest

Water survival, stress shoots and a ruck march through a freak snowstorm didn't stop 10 competitors from competing for best warrior titles last week...

 

Looking Back

March 6, 1919 James Clark, former owner of the Star Theater, was in the city this week on business. He sold the theater to Willard Eddy, who has had it leased for some time past. Mr. Eddy recently...

 
 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...

 

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