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LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

Be careful of Pandora's Box I just wanted to share a thought that crossed my mind. I may be preaching to the choir, but maybe-just maybe-it might...

 

Speech defines the nature of a veteran

Sunday at the annual veterans’ spaghetti dinner, several people spoke powerfully of their experiences in the military. One speech in particular—that of Lisa Evans—captured the essence of...

 

'Triage 1': EMS District 1 is neighbors helping neighbors

On a fateful day in 1926, tragedy struck a four-year-old girl, an accidental shotgun blast to the lower leg. The mother heard the shotgun go off and her children screaming and recognized the need to...

 

Lyle students get online learning through new partnership

The Lyle School District and Fort Vancouver Regional Library District are partnering to launch their “Connect Card” to all K-12 students in the Lyle School District as a way of better supporting...

 

Letters from the community

Don't give more to those with more If the rich are suffering from over-taxation, why is Steve Mnuchin worth $300 million? Why is Trump worth...

 

Sentinel Elections Q&A

Ballots for this November’s election will be mailed on Oct. 20. Voters have received their guides, but not all the information provided by the...

 

Bingo-it's Friday the 13th

The Women’s Club is hosting the October bingo night at the Grange Hall on Friday, Oct. 13. Don’t let the date scare you off. This Friday the 13th will be a fun one. Bring your family and friends...

 

PUD responds to sudden outages

Saturday morning September 30th, the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) had a line fault on the transmission line from the Bonneville Dam to their Bald Mountain substation, located just south of...

 

Letters from the community

Re: "Keep DACA Alive" by Sasha Bentley of White Salmon-this is the real story about DACA. When Obama issued his Executive Order concerning DACA, even...

 

Horse playday wraps up

The Klickwood volleyball team traveled to White Swan last Saturday to compete in the White Swan Tournament. The Klickitat and Glenwood girls’ team made it to the championship round and finished...

 

Timberwolves soccer plays back-to-back tough games with Naches, White Salmon

The Goldendale soccer team didn't come away with a win during last Thursday's South Central Athletic Conference match against Naches, but it was one...

 

City street light upgrades begin

Potelco Incorporated will begin installation of LED street lighting in the cities of Goldendale, White Salmon, and Bingen. All three cities applied for and received Transportation Improvement Board (T...

 

LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

Fifty-eight thousand three hundred, Multitudes, multitudes in the valley of the dead, Little, white letters on a long, black wall. All gave a little,...

 

Goldendale spikers start 2-0 in SCAC after wins over Zillah and Naches; Plum sets school assist record

The South Central Athletic Conference West is going to be a tough league to play in this volleyball season. "There's five teams vying for four spots (...

 

Goldendale soccer continues improving but falls at home to Granger

During Goldendale's opening soccer match against Royal on Sept. 9, fourth year head coach Anna DeMott said Royal's first goal seemed to take the air...

 

Fall Bazaar is coming up

The Glenwood/Klickitat high school volleyball team played the Goldendale JV team in Klickitat last Friday night. They did quite well, winning three out of five games. The team had planned to...

 

Goldendale spikers sweep White Salmon to open season on winning note

The Goldendale volleyball team got in its first action by winning five of six sets on Sept. 5 at the Granger Jamboree, and extracted a bit of revenge...

 

Goldendale football drops Monday contest at College Place, prep for Cougars on Friday

Originally set for last Friday, Goldendale's nonleague gridiron contest against College Place was pushed to Monday because of all the smoke in the...

 

Goldendale football drops season opener to White Salmon

It was a tough way to open the football season for the Goldendale Timberwolves, who fell 53-0 to Klickitat County rival Columbia High of While Salmon...

 
 By Max Erikson    News    September 6, 2017

The Wall That Heals Receives an "overwhelming" Welcome to Goldendale

The Wall that Heals concluded its visit to Goldendale on Sept. 3 in an emotional and heartfelt event that paid tribute to those soldiers who lost...

 

Mary Lee Finn

Mary Lee Finn, Glenwood, was born February 29, 1932 in Hardy, Arkansas to Zona and Harold Ratliff. She passed away August 19, 2017, at her home in Glenwood, cared for by her loving and devoted...

 

Students visit the Wall

Students and staff from the Glenwood Schools visited The Wall That Heals in Goldendale last Friday. Some of the children located names of family members and it was a very meaningful, unforgettable...

 

KCSO to expand White Salmon office hours

The Klickitat County Sherriff’s Office is keeping its White Salmon office open five days a week, beginning Sept. 11. Sherriff Bob Songer made the announcement last week, adding the office’s hours...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    August 30, 2017

Market sale brings community, families together

The Klickitat County fair is all about family and community and the Market Stock Sale under the New Sale Arena on a warm Saturday afternoon proved...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    August 30, 2017

Timberwolves set for season opener Thursday

There are many things that excites second year Goldendale head football coach Alan Hale early this season while his team has been grinding out...

 

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