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Looking Back

May 7, 1896 This week The Sentinel celebrates its 18th anniversary, and still there are more to follow. Other local papers come and go, but it is hopeful The Sentinel will live on until the end of...

 

Looking Back

March 11, 1915 The city pound came nearly getting George Coffield’s goat this last week. It seems that four or five of the goats on his ranch near town jumped a fence, ate it up, or otherwise dispos...

 
 By Nicole Becerra    News    May 23, 2018

The amazing spirit of Noah

A year has passed since Noah Messenger survived a dangerous fall from a Maryhill cliff on May 15, 2017. The accident left him paralyzed from the...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    May 23, 2018

Group meets to examine planned pumped storage project

A representative of the British government, three U.S senators, a U.S. congresswoman, personnel from the governor's office and Washington State depart...

 

Snow is off the Simcoes

The snow is off the Simcoes, and, so it is said, this is the time to plant your gardens in this area. The Burn Ban will be in effect, beginning on June 1 for our area of Rural 7 and Goldendale, as we...

 
 By Nicole Becerra    News    May 16, 2018

Museum holds Appreciation Day

Members of Maryhill Museum are invited to celebrate Members' Appreciation Day on Saturday, May 19. Non-members are also welcome to attend by paying...

 

Looking Back:

May 15, 1890 Two passenger trains were sand bound at Grants, from May 7 at midnight until May 8 at six o’clock pm., being 18 hours. All this time our mail express and passengers were at a...

 
 By Laurie Wilhite    News    May 9, 2018

County students to benefit from get-outdoors grant

A No Child Left Inside (NCLI) grant was recently awarded by the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission to the Columbia Gorge Ecology...

 
 News    May 9, 2018

Local radio to honor WWI fallen

The people who served our country in World War I have been having their deserved share of spotlight this year, this being the 100th anniversary of the war’s end on November 11. KVGD-LP 100.1, also...

 

Looking Back

April 14, 1938 Raymond Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hill, returned to Pullman Sunday after spending spring vacation in Goldendale with his parents. He made the return trip with his father....

 

Oregon Trail Rally, Travis Pastrana return to Goldendale

"There's a hierarchy of insanity in motor sports. Normal people think all racers are crazy. Folks who race sedans think people in open-wheel cars are...

 
 By Max Erikson    News    April 11, 2018

Stonehenge observes a century of honor to the fallen

To commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the end of World War I (WWI), the Maryhill Museum will hold memorial services in 2018 for each of the 14...

 
 By Jim White    News    April 11, 2018

What's in the Sky

Welcome to April! Our first full month of spring brings longer days and warmer nights, and usually a bit more clear weather than the winter months. Ve...

 

Johnson to retire

14th District Representative Norm Johnson announced Friday that he will retire from public office at the end of his term. “I’ve enjoyed working for the people of my district. But my kids live...

 

Maryhill announces 2018 concerts

Maryhill Winery & Amphitheater has announced its 2018 Summer Concert Series, which includes Chris Isaak, Michael Franti & Spearhead and Ben...

 

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...

 

Taking in the sights

Washington Connections Academy teacher Erika Montgomery poses for a picture with her class in front of the oil painting 'Mignon, Queen of the Kingdom...

 

People here rise shoulder-to-shoulder in crisis

This week as I have been perusing the first few months of the 1920 issues of The Goldendale Sentinel, I have been repeatedly impressed with the shoulder-to-shoulder support of the people of...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Rep. Norm Johnson announces retirement

14th District Representative Norm Johnson announced today that he will retire from public office at the end of his term. “I’ve enjoyed working for the people of my district. But my kids live...

 

Jack Louis Seymour (1934-2018)

Husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, US airman, park ranger, and all-around good man Jack Louis Seymour passed away peacefully at his home in Goldendale on Tuesday, March 6th. Jack was...

 

Looking Back

March 13, 1919 The “kid wagon,” the convenience used to bring children to and from school in the more remote parts of the district, was over turned Monday afternoon on the State Road. The team...

 

Maryhill Museum of Art re-opens March 15

Maryhill Museum of Art will re-open for the season on March 15 with a special exhibition featuring 40 works by Richard F. Lack, one of the most significant and prolific American realists of the last...

 

Miyeko Tsubota

Miyeko was born Jan. 30, 1923 in Gresham, Oregon and passed away Feb. 2, 2018. She was the youngest of three siblings and graduated from Gresham High...

 

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