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 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 29, 2015

Glenwood fights to avoid being absorbed into Indian lands

The Yakama Nation has quietly issued a petition to the federal government to retrocede some 99,000 acres of northwestern Klickitat County, including t...

 

No momentum for Wolves after Kittitas win

Goldendale started last week on a positive note with a 13-3 win over Kittitas in a non-league baseball game played in Goldendale. Chris Trunkey and...

 

Wolves split with Panthers, lose two to Leopards

Goldendale fell behind by 10 runs in the first inning, then played an even game at Zillah, Saturday, losing the game 12-1. The Timberwolves were in ga...

 

Wolves sweep Wapato, drop pair to Warriors

Goldendale failed to get a much needed win against Cle Elum-Roslyn on Saturday, losing a double-header 6-1 and 9-3. Coach Bob Dohrman wanted to at...

 

Cougars shake off rough start to split with White Swan in opening games at Lyle

Lyle-Wishram-Klickitat bounced back from a 17-3 beating in five innings at the hands of White Swan to earn the split in a 9-5 nightcap, Saturday. Two...

 

Taxes for 2015 may be far more complicated

In preparation for the 2015 tax filing season, which officially begins next week, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Friday released a fact sheet detailing information Washington...

 

Local aviator surmises fate of Flight 8501

Goldendale resident Doug Herlihy is an aviator and highly regarded aviation expert. He is called upon to testify in aircraft accident court cases around the world. On Sept. 17, 1908, a young air...

 

E-file webinar offered by DOR for businesses

The Washington Department of Revenue (DOR) will host a free, live webinar for new and small business owners to further understanding of benefits for filing taxes online. The webinar will be presented...

 

Vandals bring home the hardware...again

Klickitat-Glenwood was off to a good start on Saturday, winning their 9 a.m. match against Republic to clinch their 12th State volleyball trophy. The...

 

Washington Healthplanfinder Opens for Second Enrollment Period on Nov. 15

Washington Healthplanfinder, the online health insurance marketplace created under the Affordable Care Act in Washington State, is launching its second open enrollment period for Qualified Health...

 

No post season for Lady Wolves

A 3-0 loss at Naches Valley sealed Goldendale's volleyball fate, last week. It will be the first time since 1994 that a Lady Timberwolf team won't be...

 

The people's will

To the Editor: “Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.” Martin Luther King, Jr. The people of Klickitat County and the city of Goldendale voted... Full story

 

We weren't singled out

To the Editor: As a taxpayer and former small business owner, I read the Sep. 24 article, “Criminal inquiry of assessor urged” with great interest. If you have not read this article, I strongly... Full story

 

Streak ends, Lyle-Wishram finally beats Klickitat

Fans were treated to the first five-game match of the year in Greater Columbia Gorge League play, last week, as Lyle-Wishram pulled off a 3-2 upset...

 

Candidates please go to your corners until the next round

Richard Ellis is right. We made a mistake. The Sentinel misidentified the proprietor of the proposed new marijuana retail shop at Broadway and Highway 97. It isn’t that monster box-store pot chain...

 

Sense of urgency in Goldendale following pair of league losses

A pair of league losses has Goldendale in need of some wins as the volleyball team starts its second run through league opposition with La Salle,...

 
 By Mary Pierce    Opinion    October 1, 2014

How dumb do they think we are?

To the Editor: County politics are getting more and more heated and contentious, with the result being, possibly, more confusion for the voters. Some people, while not running for office themselves,...

 

Wanderscheid wins District by eight strokes, three boys to State

Bree Wanderscheid cruised through the District tournament at Suncadia, in Cle Elum, last week, completing her first step in the chase for a third straight golfing title. But, the bigger story for Gold...

 

KLW rally falls short at 2B tourney

Klickitat-Lyle-Wishram’s softball season came to an end at East Wenatchee during the first round of the 2B District tournament with Bridgeport winning 10-9. KLW fought back from a 10-5 deficit...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    May 21, 2014

State lawmakers meet with Gorge Consortium

The Columbia Gorge Consortium invited lawmakers from Olympia and Salem who represent districts in the Columbia River Gorge to attend a bi-state...

 

Wolves one out away from making great come-back win at Zillah, lose 10-9

Goldendale staged a great come-back in the first game of a double-header, Saturday in Zillah. But, credit the Leopards for not folding as they went on to win and take both games from the Timberwolves,...

 

Hitting barrage from league's top teams buries Lady Timberwolves

Goldendale didn't fare well through the toughest part of their schedule, last week, losing two games in Goldendale to Naches Valley and a pair at...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 23, 2014

County dispatch center still waiting for phones

Months after a new emergency dispatch center for Klickitat County opened in Goldendale, dispatchers are still holed up in the basement of the courthouse because the center’s new emergency telephone...

 

Cougar bats silenced by Knights at Sunnyside

It was a trying week for Lyle-Wishram-Klickitat baseball, losing three games shortened by the 10-run rule; but there were some glimmers of hope in...

 

Wolves claw out wins over KLW nine

The first try at a double-header between Goldendale and Klickitat-Lyle-Wishram softball teams came to a disputed end in the middle of the third...

 

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