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 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    February 21, 2018 

Allison Gilliam, Jacob Bischoff earn SCAC All-League honors

Although both the Goldendale boys and girls hoops teams missed out on the postseason, a pair of seniors were honored with spots on the league's all co... Full story

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    February 21, 2018 

Goldendale freshman Dusty Dodge wins four bouts at Mat Classic, takes third at 152 pounds

Goldendale head wrestling coach Matt Dumolt admitted earlier in the season that freshman wrestler Dusty Dodge got his 'butt kicked' during one of the... Full story

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    February 21, 2018 

Lots of local representation on GCGL All Opponent teams

The Greater Columbia Gorge League All Opponent Teams were revealed during last week's slate of games at the district tournament with lots of... Full story

 By Max Erikson    News    February 21, 2018 

WDFW works on property plan

In collaboration with the Central Klickitat Conservation District (CKCD), the East Klickitat Conservation District (EKCD), the Yakama Nation, and...

 By Max Erikson    News    February 21, 2018 

GHS students make the most of CTE

February is National Career and Technical Education (CTE) month, and Goldendale High School (GHS) students are learning job skills and gaining experie...

 By Max Erikson    News    February 21, 2018 

Auscrete looks to bolster city economy

Last week Auscrete Corporation purchased land in the Goldendale industrial park, and the company hopes to start construction on their new facility in the next two months. Auscrete Corporation is a bui... Full story


Looking Back

April 18, 1882 Ed Philip’s, stage couch driver bearing the U.S. Mail has poured oil on turbulent water by apologizing to the county matron whose home is along his route. Recently while pausing to...


Granges celebrate

The public is invited to help celebrate the anniversaries of the local granges at the Goldendale Grange Hall on Sunday, March 4, beginning at 1 p.m. with a potluck. The majority of the seven...

 By Lyle News    Community    February 21, 2018 

Tiny House project raises questions

Concerning the Tiny House proposal, brought to the attention of the Lyle residents last week, an email was sent to me for publication. As it is a statement sent to the planning commission and very len...


Better update your driver's license

The three large evergreen trees on the southwest corner of the Klickitat County Courthouse Lawn were uprooted on Saturday, Feb. 17, due to high winds. What will be the future plans for the lawn? Will...

 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    February 21, 2018 

WGAP's silence is not an acceptable response

Washington Gorge Action Programs (WGAP) is responding to criticism of its actions related to the Goldendale Food Bank (GFB) in Goldendale with...


Letters from the community

KPUD needs to look at bigger picture I am concerned that KPUD is not looking at the bigger, long-term positive aspects of keeping the existing one-to-one net metering policy that promotes home and...


McCabe's bill streamlining registration for snow bikes passes state House

The Washington State House of Representatives unanimously approved a bill today that would ease registration requirements for snow bike owners. A snow bike is a motorcycle with a track and ski...


Farmers Toolbox - Survival Series

An enthusiastic standing room only crowd gathered Sunday evening at the Goldendale Grange Hall for the first in a series of Environmental Educational...


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... Full story


Auscrete makes industrial park land purchase

Auscrete Corporation presented a check to the City of Goldendale last Wednesday for the purchase of land in the city's industrial park. With that,... Full story


McCabe bills pass House

Last week, the state House of Representatives approved bills sponsored by or deriving language from a bill from Rep. Gina McCabe (R-Goldendale)....


Canon gives State of City report

Goldendale Mayor Mike Canon has issued his State of the City report for 2018. Highlights of his text follow: The State of the City Report is an annual year in review of activities (drawn from...

 By Max Erikson    News    February 14, 2018

Webinar proposes strategies for rural retail

The Goldendale Chamber of Commerce is determined to strengthen the local business community and continue the conversation about working together as...

 By Max Erikson    News    February 14, 2018

DOGS need more dads

Father figures play a vital role in the development of a young child’s life, and the Watch D.O.G.S (Dads of Great Students) of Goldendale are encouraging all dads, uncles, and grandpas of...


House approves McCabe bill to help find missing Native American women

A bill that would help identify missing Native American women unanimously passed the state House today. House Bill 2951 would require the Washington S...


Florine Gabbert

Feb. 12, 1929 – Jan. 5, 2018 Francis Florine Gabbert was born Feb. 12, 1929, to Mace and Pauline Gabbert in Wallowa, Oregon. Flo attended...



Can we keep it civil? It is no surprise that our two major political parties are at odds; they operate from two opposite platforms. Simply put, the Republican Party believes in individual freedoms,...


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