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 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 27, 2018

One-man computer emergency responder urges multiple backups

In the annals of great tech-support phone calls, maybe there is none more memorable than the one about the broken cup holder. It was reported on the...

 

GHS Honor Roll announced

Following is the Honor Roll for Goldendale High School, second semester 2017-2018: 4.00 GPA: (ninth grade) Benjamin Bischoff, Mason Conroy, Emily Harris, Shyann Richmond, (10th grade) Kristin...

 

Superior Court log

Below is a summary of resolutions from the Superior Court criminal docket for the week of June 18, 2018, provided by Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney David R. Quesnel. Superior Court is in...

 

County continues rapid job growth

While employment growth in Washington state has slowed slightly over the past year, it climbed to second in the nation in job creation over the past...

 

Fireworks incident data for 2017 reported

In 2017, the State Fire Marshal’s Office received 345 reports of fireworks-related incidents by hospitals, clinics, and fire agencies in Washington State; 262 injuries; and 83 fires. The majority...

 

Lori Smith, lifetime educator, leader and student advocate named as Lyle Principal

The Lyle School Board, following a short executive session, at their special meeting on June 15 considered the qualifications of long-term Lyle educator Lori Smith and unanimously approved her...

 

GHS students receive scholarships

Following is the list of Goldendale High School graduates who have received scholarships: Cailey Abbot PUBLIC SCHOOL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION, $100. KLICKITAT VALLEY HEALTH MEMORIAL FOUNDATION, $500....

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 20, 2018

Recreating a famous broadcast

Goldendale's Richard Flynn wants to build a time machine. He wants to go back to Oct. 30, 1938-80 years ago exactly this October-when radio was the ho...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 20, 2018

The Red House revisited

The Red House was opened to visitors Sunday. Many were astonished at how much room was inside the house, which appears smaller from the outside....

 

'Low-risk' fire camp escapee sentenced

A frightening and much-publicized chapter in the history of the Washington State Department of Corrections (DOC) came to a close on June 18 with the 15-month sentence imposed on Maksim Petrovskiy for...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    June 20, 2018

City considers new fireworks, dog ordinances, approves fire truck

With the passage of three ordinances, the Goldendale City Council made major upgrades in the city’s rolling stock at Monday’s meeting. Those ordinances authorized purchases of a new fire truck, ne...

 

Deputies thwart attempted suicide

On June 8, the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office was notified about a female who expressed a desire to commit suicide. The Sheriff’s Office immediately started searching the Snowden Road area...

 

Vacation Bible School starts

New Life Assembly of God Church in Goldendale invites kids ages four to 12 to “Shipwrecked: Rescued by Jesus.” During this Vacation Bible School, kids will enjoy games, interactive Bible stories,...

 

WELL DONE

Natalie Schroder and Justin Ward were each honored with the American Legion Citizenship Award in recognition of their scholarship and community...

 

GOOD CAUSE

Commissioners David Sauter and Rex Johnston enjoy the fruits of their labor at the GMS School Barbecue on May 31. Sauter and Johnston were assisted...

 

YARD SALE JUNCTION

This one street corner in Goldendale gave a hint of the plethora of yard sales going on this past weekend during the City-Wide Yard Sale. Dozens hit...

 

WHO WOULD HAVE THOUGHT?

When Goldendale resident Tonya Brewer mentioned to her neighbor, Miland Walling, that her son Deegan is a big Seahawks fan, little did she know it...

 

Program offers gift cards for library visits

Families traveling around Washington this summer will have a new reason to stop in at libraries along the way: the chance to win bookstore gift cards from the Washington Center for the Book. Through...

 
 By Nicole Becerra    News    June 13, 2018

Couple receives special house gift

Sherwin-Williams paint store does a community service project every year, and this year's beneficiaries are Don and Dottie Kastl. Goldendale resident...

 

Breaker failure and fire cause power outage

Sunday a breaker failure in a Goldendale substation led to a fire that interrupted power in the city and surrounding communities for hours. At about...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 13, 2018

McCleary court case ends

The state Supreme Court last week brought to an end the long-running McCleary school funding case. From the time the court ruled in 2012 that the...

 

New space integrated into hospital's Spiritual Care program

Complete patient care-including spiritual care-has always been goal at Klickitat Valley Health. After hospital renovations and expansions forced the...

 

City-Wide Yard Sale spans the area

Goldendale’s second annual City-Wide Yard Sale is this week, and shoppers eager to splurge on new old stuff have lots of places they can hit. The sale is this Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5...

 

HONORED BY PARKS

Jim (Dutch) and Janet Boynton were awarded the Tab Tabacek Award of Excellence Saturday from Washington State Parks. The Boyntons from Pasco are...

 
 By Nicole Becerra    News    June 13, 2018

Community meal program in need of volunteers

Since its beginnings nearly 10 years ago, the Community Meal Program continues to grow, as does the need for volunteers. After an article was published in the Goldendale Sentinel regarding food...

 

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