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 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 30, 2016 

McCabe set to propose seat belt law

Take a bunch of glass Christmas ornaments and put them in a large box, then shake the box violently. That's kind of like what happens to kids on a... Full story

 
 By Linda Johnson    News    November 30, 2016 

Assembly of God members pitch in for charity

Delta Kappa Gamma Society International (DKG) has partnered up with UNICEF , the Hamburg Foundation, and Nelson Mandela Foundation since 2010 to...

 
 By Brittany Allen    News    November 30, 2016 

Clothing store with a cause

Glenice Kroeze, manager of Aunt Jane's Closet, loves retail, but that was far from her reason to set up shop with the local American Legion. Her main...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 30, 2016 

Successful restaurant leaves Couple cites lack of arts opportunities for kids

The Glass Onion, Goldendale's only upscale restaurant and a draw to patrons from as far as Portland, will close on Friday , Dec. 23. The owners cite...

 
 By Brittany Allen    News    November 30, 2016 

That bazaar time of year

American Legion Holiday Bazaar Goldendale American Legion, 108 N Grant Ave, Goldendale This two-year-old affair has already sold out all available... Full story

 
 By Brittany Allen    News    November 23, 2016

Hymning and Ha-Ha-ing

This season especially always seems to bring with it a heap of family traditions, whether that comes in the form of an annual mad dash to The Dalles...

 
 By Brittany Allen    News    November 23, 2016

Bargain Boutique will open with vendors

Rachel Olp's dream has always been to own her own business, and in the past she has been a consultant for multiple online shopping services such as...

 
 By Brittany Allen    News    November 23, 2016

A Goldendale adoptee on Adoption Week

As the month of pink for breast cancer awareness is now long over, November has not only brought along the frost and fog, but another cause: national... Full story

 
 News    November 23, 2016

Reduce Fire Risk by Practicing Electrical Safety in Your Home

With colder weather coming on, you may be thinking about digging out that electric blanket or space heater, but you may want to consider a few safety precautions first. “Don’t take shortcuts with...

 
 News    November 16, 2016

Safe travels for Thanksgiving

The auto safety organization AAA projects that 48.7 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home this Thanksgiving, an increase of one...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 16, 2016

Location finally set for microbrewery

Justin and Jocelyn Leigh came to Goldendale with a goal in their minds and a dream in their hearts. They were shot down. They felt defeated. They... Full story

 
 By Brittany Allen    News    November 16, 2016

Man arrested after throwing eggs near bank, at officer

Around 1:15 p.m. Wednesday afternoon, a man named Eric Halverson was arrested outside of Umpqua Bank after an encounter with local law enforcement....

 
 By Brittany Allen    News    November 16, 2016

The benefits of being 'stuck' in Goldendale

Anne Anderson of Serenity Acupuncture, though she is rather new to Goldendale, is no stranger to our Histories & Mysteries column. But in the few...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 9, 2016

CenturyLink sends Gorge into 'Dark Ages'

Just last week mysterious packages from CenturyLink arrived at various businesses and residences around its service area. They contained a small gift...

 
 By Brittany Allen    News    November 9, 2016

Maryhill's last hurrah before the holidays

As October has now drawn to a close and November will soon welcome signs of a forthcoming winter, Maryhill Museum is hosting its last few events of... Full story

 
 By Brittany Allen    News    November 9, 2016

GHS Drama Club returns with comic classic

After a two-year unintended hiatus, Goldendale High School Drama Club will be returning to the Goldendale Grange Hall next Friday with Moss Hart and...

 
 By Brittany Allen    News    November 9, 2016

How the grief stole Christmas

For people coping with loss, this time of year can be very lonely . This is something Goldendale local Laura Rooke understands. So, while kids are...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    November 9, 2016

City hears outcries against Nestlé

So many people showed up at the Goldendale City Council meeting Monday night that the council adjourned to the church across the street so the...

 
 News    November 9, 2016

Early returns for county

In Klickitat County returns at 8:13 p.m. last night, the major surprise was the upset victory by Doug Miller over incumbent Ray Mosbrucker for KPUD Commissioner Pos.2. Miller received 2,734 votes to... Full story

 
 News    November 9, 2016

Washington Healthplanfinder bucks national rate trends CUSTOMERS WILL SEE CHANGES IN COSTS, SAVINGS AND COVERAGE OPTIONS IN 2017

Individuals and families should review choices to find health insurance that best meets their needs and budget Bucking national trends that saw the average second lowest cost silver plans increase by...

 
 By Brittany Allen    News    November 9, 2016

Giving the gift of educational opportunities

Next summer, Goldendale schools will be setting a whole new group of kids on the city of Washington, D.C. The only thing left between a group of...

 
 News    November 9, 2016

Rate adjustments for Washington natural gas customers start Nov. 1

Natural gas customers in Washington saw small changes on their energy bills on Nov. 1. The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission approved rate decreases for Avista Utilities and...

 
 News    November 9, 2016

State Parks announces free day dates for 2017 DISCOVER PASS NOT REQUIRED TO VISIT PARKS ON DESIGNATED DAYS

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission will again offer 12 free days next year, in which day-use visitors won’t need a Discover Pass to visit state parks by vehicle. The “free...

 
 News    November 9, 2016

million in penalties and damages

In an historic decision, a Thurston County Superior Court judge today ordered the Grocery Manufacturers Association to pay $18 million in penalties and punitive damages, after Attorney General Bob...

 

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