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 By Brandon Cline    News    August 15, 2018 

Primary sets up key district vote

Primary election night came and went last Tuesday evening, with a mixed bag of results for both Republicans and Democrats as the two parties set their sights to November’s general election. In the...

 

Early election results favor familiar names

In yesterday's primary election, there were few surprises as familiar names dominated the results. (All results reported here were as of 8:26 p.m....

 

Timber company lands closing for fire safety

Local timberland companies are announcing that due to conditions of high fire danger all lands in Klickitat, Skamania, Yakima, Hood River, and Wasco Counties are closed to public entry from now until...

 

Judy Rae Cahill

Judy Rae Cahill passed away at home on Aug. 1, 2018. Judy was born Sept. 26, 1947, in Toppenish, Washington, to Kennith and Jackie Heide. Judy was...

 

Letters from the community

She won me over Four years ago, I had the chance to stay in Gina Mosbrucker’s motel in Goldendale. This then-new candidate for state representative aroused my curiosity. So, next morning I went up...

 

Healing grief

When Laura Rooke’s husband of 40 years died in 2016, she experienced grief like never before. Uncertain how to move forward with her new way of life, she began to search for support groups that...

 

Letters from the community

Cheap shot should backfire It is always easy to attack a public person who has served in office for any length of time. Usually they have stood for something and taken tough votes in their careers....

 

One less cooling station

If you are considering looking for a Klickitat County government job, you must now apply for it on their website by going to klickitatcounty.org and then to Employment. Once inside the website, click...

 

Letters from the community

He wants Planet A David McDevitt, Democrat running for Congress, is a champion for clean air and clean water. He loves our Mother Earth. David knows “There is no Planet B.” McDevitt has...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    July 25, 2018

Coffey says donations taken out of context

Chris Corry, Republican candidate for Washington House of Representatives 14th Legislative District Position 1, says his Republican opponent Kathy...

 

Eloise B. Carlson

Eloise B. Carlson, 92, died July 18, 2018, in Yakima....

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    July 25, 2018

Lots of local representation in upcoming NPRA rodeos

There will be a good local turnout at this weekend’s Thunder Mountain Pro Rodeo in Longview with competitors from Goldendale, Centerville, and... Full story

 

Artist creates paint product

Local veteran graphic artist Felicia Gray has been sharing her artistic talents with the Goldendale community for the past few decades, but her...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    July 18, 2018

Cassie Kayser quick in first breakaway go at national rodeo

Centerville's Cassie Kayser opened the National High School Finals Rodeo with a strong run in her first go of the breakaway roping, posting a blazing... Full story

 

BLM issues fire order

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Spokane District has issued a fire restrictions order on public lands administered by the BLM in eastern Washington. The order is effective as of yesterday in the f...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    July 11, 2018

With no Goldendale derby, Todd Nunn demolishes in Yakima

Former Goldendale and current The Dalles resident Todd Nunn, 34, has been extensively involved in demolition derbies every year since he was 16. He's... Full story

 
 By Donald W. Myers    News    July 4, 2018

County attempt to shut down stand is blocked

For nearly 40 years, Valarie Hiler's family operated a fireworks stand near Wishram. But last Tuesday, she was one of several fireworks stand operator...

 

Looking Back

June 26, 1888 The new Methodist Church now in the course of construction will be considerably larger than the old one and will be heated by a furnace in the basement. A new bell for the Methodist...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    June 27, 2018

Nine teams compete in Saturday's "Golf for Kids" Tournament

Over 50 golfers comprising nine teams turned out for the 16th annual Kiwanis "Golf for Kids" Tournament on Saturday at the Goldendale Golf Club, with... Full story

 

Congratulations all around

Tygh Schuster, son of Regina Hernandez, recently graduated from Yakima Valley CC with an Associate of Science degree. He will attend Oregon State University in the fall, pursuing a B.S. in Wildlife Ma...

 

Looking Back

May 5, 1887 Henry Timmerman, the man confined in jail for murdering Lorenzo Sterling and his wife, awoke a few nights since and was considerably startled to hear what sounded very much like someone...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    May 30, 2018

Doubles duos of John Hanna, Alden Bothamley and Talia Johnson, Kelli Bighorn each win one at state tournament

For the second straight year, the Goldendale tennis team sent both a boys and a girls doubles team to the state championships, and for the second... Full story

 

Democratic candidate forum to be held

The Klickitat County Democrats will host a candidate forum featuring the Democratic candidates for CD3 (currently held by Rep. Jamie Herrera Beutler), LD 14, position 1 (currently held by retiring...

 

Pearl Katherine Wilcox Bellamy

Pearl Katherine Wilcox Bellamy was born April 9, 1933, in Carrington, North Dakota, the only child of Clarence and Edith Wilcox. She spent the first...

 

LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

She gets my vote What do you want in a state legislator? “Someone like me,” you think. But for Legislative District 14, comprising Skamania, Klickitat and Yakima, that’s an impossible order...

 

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