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 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... Full story

 
 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...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

THEIR PRIDE IS GOLDEN

Members of Goldendale's Golden Pride met Saturday to plant flowers in Main Street flower boxes....

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

'Border war' comes to fairgrounds

Oregon Mounted Shooting Association and South Sound Mounted Shooters are hosting a Cowboy Mounted Shooting Competition May 25 to May 28. The Klickitat County Fairgrounds will be the site of this...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    May 23, 2018 

Care facility sale approved

A sense of progress was in the air at the Goldendale City Council meeting last night, with trio of positive developments. First, councilors voted to accept a modified agreement for Goodnoe...

 

Looking Back

May 15, 1924 N.B. Brooks started up his brick yard this week, W.F. Hardin being in charge. He expects to make one kiln of 150,000 brick. Mr. Brooks has been out of brick for some time, several...

 
 By Nicole Becerra    News    May 23, 2018 

Forester offers tips on forest health

The first Saturday in May marks the annual recognition of wildfire awareness day, and forester Dan Lennon has some words of advice to offer the community in light of this. “I’ve been here a lot...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

Plan ahead for Memorial Day traffic

It’s not technically summer yet, but Memorial Day weekend, May 25-28, often brings summer-level traffic to state roadways. That’s why it’s important to have a holiday travel plan before heading...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

Back Packs fundraiser still at Columbia Bank

Columbia Bank is holding their second annual fundraiser for Back Packs For Kids from now until the end of May. Proceeds will go towards the organization which provides healthy, nutritious food for...

 
 By Nicole Becerra    News    May 23, 2018 

A Goldendale music teacher's sojourn abroad

After four months of volunteer mission service in the Philippines, I am glad to be back home in Goldendale. Having recently graduated from Central Washington University with a bachelor’s of music...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

Cantwell announces rural schools funding

U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA), the top Democrat on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, has announced that the U.S. Forest Service will provide nearly $18.3 million in Secure Rural...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

County and city burn bans to start

Klickitat County is establishing a ban on outdoor burning for Klickitat County Burn Ban Zone Two defined as lands between the Klickitat County Fire District 7 eastern boundary west to the western...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    News    May 23, 2018 

City celebrates Older American Month

Back in 1982, the City of Goldendale under then Mayor C. G. Forry gave the senior citizens and Barbara Ross, then Director of Klickitat County Senior...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

Tribe opens Canoe Blessing to public

The Kamiltpah Band of the Inchi-Wana is inviting the public to join them in a Canoe Blessing and Naming Ceremony at the Rock Creek Longhouse this Saturday, May 26, at 10 a.m. The event brings three...

 
 By Denice Owen    News    May 23, 2018 

Old food has new meanings

Some people were born for public speaking. On Thursday May 10, 2018, Harriet Baskas came to Goldendale to talk at the Father’s House of Fellowship. The topic she came here to talk about though was...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

Senate passes Cantwell's volcano early warning bill

With increased attention on volcanic activity in the United States, including the five active volcanoes in Washington state, U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA), the top Democrat on the Senate Energy...

 
 By Nicole Becerra    News    May 16, 2018

GPS kids on a beautify mission

Community group Golden Pride has been working to spruce up the community, and they have been joined by first graders from Goldendale Primary School... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    May 16, 2018

County late fees can be very taxing

Didn't pay your county taxes in time? You could have been hit with a sharp penalty, and some who've endured such a fate sometimes wonder why, and why...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    May 16, 2018

Candidate filing week is here

This is candidate filing week in Washington. Candidates may file online at vote.wa.gov/klickitat or in-person in Room 203 at the courthouse in Goldendale. The cutoff for online filings is 4 p.m. Frida...

 
 By Nicole Becerra    News    May 16, 2018

Class of '56 doing well

Sixty two years have passed since Wishram High School’s Class of ’56 graduated, and all five are still lively. Jim Evans, sister-in-law Barbra Evans, Sylvia Hubble, Ruthann Olson, and Loren...

 
 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...

 

Superior Court log

Below is a summary of resolutions from the Superior Court criminal docket for the week of May 7, 2018, provided by Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney David R. Quesnel. Superior Court is in session...

 
 By Emily Goodell    News    May 9, 2018

Wind- water project may still move ahead

A proposed $2.5 billion renewable energy project on the Columbia River in Klickitat County may yet be developed. The concept of building large reservoirs and a hydroelectric generating facility to... Full story

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    May 9, 2018

City asked to consider BMX track

One of the items on the Goldendale City Council agenda last night caused concern to one motivated citizen with a dream. Brock Warner has been preaching the benefits of constructing a BMX track for...

 
 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...

 

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