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 By Andrew Christiansen    News    July 29, 2015 

Chief of police resigns

Goldendale Police Chief Rick Johnson has given his notice and will leave office Aug. 7. Johnson made the announcement citing a desire to return to...

 
 News    July 29, 2015 

Three-day filing period open for fall election

The general election is scheduled for Nov. 3, and the following positions are open for a special three day filing period Aug. 5-7: • City of Bingen: Council Pos. 1 & 4 • Cemetery District 1 Com....

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    July 29, 2015 

Looking Back

75 Years Ago - July 29, 1965 James “Jim” Shelton, retired after 40 years as custodian of the “old” high school on Academy Street, celebrated his 88th birthday Sunday, July 25. After a birthday...

 
 Opinion    July 29, 2015 

Proposal for change to sign gets strong push-back

Goldendale School District Superintendent Mark Heid made a pitch last week to the city council to change the reader board sign over Columbus Avenue to a Timberwolves sign in support of the district....

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    July 22, 2015

City hears on reader board, moving Community Days, product pitch

Members of the Goldendale City Council held a special meeting before the regular meeting at 7 p.m. Monday. The early time was to accommodate a...

 
 Community    July 22, 2015

A big year for the Bischoff family

There have been some banner changes in the Bischoff family. Seventeen year old Daniel Bischoff, a member of troop 751 of The Boy Scouts of America,...

 
 By Michael Kitchen    Opinion    July 22, 2015

Time for 'neigh-sayers'

To the Editor: Recent events have finally moved me to ask the citizens of this beautiful area to rally together to revive and take our village back from the current regime. There is nothing I can do...

 
 Community    July 15, 2015

Goldendale Middle School honor roll released

Goldendale Middle School released the names of those students achieving honor roll status for the final quarter of the 2015-2016 school year. Included are: Eighth grade: Yesenia Alcantar, Lucas...

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    July 15, 2015

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - July 15, 1965 • C. Ed Doubravsky, Goldendale contractor, was apparent low bidder on the McKay location job Tuesday, July 13. Bids were opened at the Corps of Engineers office in...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    July 8, 2015

City council moves to change residency requirements for planning commission

The Goldendale City Council’s meeting of Monday night included on its agenda a public hearing on the city’s six-year street plan that drew no comments from the sparse crowd and the first reading...

 
 Obituaries    July 8, 2015

Jon Lieurance

Jonathan Robert Lieurance died at his parent’s home June 29, 2015, at the age of 54. Jon was born Nov. 8, 1960 in Roseburg, Oregon, to Robert and Jerrine (Sellers) Lieurance. He was the fourth of...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    July 8, 2015

Two cents on horse sense came in different ways

As you see on this page, we’ve got some letters this week about our story last week on the horse on the sidewalk. As it happens, there were a...

 
 Sports    July 8, 2015

New fish pamphlet, new Little Klickitat River rules

Washington Sport Fishing Rules, published biennially by the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife is now available and it includes a change for the Little Klickitat River. Tom Fritsch, local...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    July 1, 2015

Horse left on sidewalk draws concern

It's reminiscent of that famed quote about weather, how everybody talks about it, but nobody does anything about it. In this case, it's Cowboy Bob...

 
 By Akasha Spino-Bybee    Community    July 1, 2015

The stars come out on Goldendale streets

Goldendale is easily a famous little town, with the Observatory, the Presby Museum, the Maryhill Museum of Art and the award-winning Maryhill Winery....

 
 By Akasha Spino-Bybee    News    July 1, 2015

Goldendale resident named WADE 2015 employee of the year

In the state of Washington, there are 45 Conservation Districts representing the state's 39 counties. These districts operate under the authority of t...

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    July 1, 2015

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - June 24, 1965 New rest room and shower room facilities at Brooks Memorial State Park are approaching reality, under a contract with the state parks commission being fulfilled by Harold...

 
 News    July 1, 2015

Aerial fireworks banned in the city, Rural 7

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 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...

 

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