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 By Bob Yoesle    News    November 26, 2014 

Courthouse lights violate county's own ordinance

Forty years ago amateur astronomers at Clark College in Vancouver built one of the largest telescopes available for public use in the nation. The...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 26, 2014 
The stringing of the lights above the intersection of Columbus and Main Street

Light Work

The Klickitat PUD was stringing Christmas lights around the intersection of Main and Columbus Monday morning. The LED lights will be powered by new...

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

Semi-nude suspect sought by police

Police are looking for a woman who was reported to have been involved in an attempted burglary in Goldendale last week. The incident was unusual, and police hope the woman can clear up some details,...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 26, 2014 

Incident throws light on how to work with patients with severe depression

The former scourge of Klickitat Valley Health (KVH) has long renounced his one-man guerilla war against the hospital—but his ire returned after a recent visit there. In its wake came an attempted...

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

The 2015 calendars are coming

The Sentinel’s annual Goldendale calendar arrives in the office on Dec. 10. Advance orders are being taken now. The newspaper received 86 photographs from 12 different photographers for...

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

Help to improve the health of your forest, meeting Dec. 9

Mt. Adams Chapter of the Washington Farm Forest Association (WFFA) is hosting a meeting on Saturday, Dec. 9, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the White Salmon Library. The USDA Natural Resource Conservation...

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

Third judge agrees on local authority to regulate marijuana

A third superior court judge has agreed with an opinion issued by the Attorney General’s Office last year, concluding that nothing in Initiative 502 overrides local governments’ authority to...

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

Gorge Grown launches series of food network discussions

Gorge Grown Food Network will be hosting Feeding the Gorge: Community Conversations this winter in order to provide local residents with the opportunity to share their ideas and inspirations for the...

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

County agrees to turn off offending lights

Klickitat County's new courthouse lights -- in violation of the county's own dark sky ordinance -- are being turned off. (See our story in this issue "Courthouse lights violate county's own...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 19, 2014

Mayor called upon to step down over handling of marijuana notice

Goldendale Mayor Clinton Baze had 20 days to tell the Washington State Liquor Control Board (LCB) the city either approved or disapproved of a marijua...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 19, 2014

Council presentation calls mayor 'Lone Ranger', urges resignation

Quoting an 18-century French political philosopher and saying the mayor rode roughshod over the will of the people, Goldendale resident Darrell Smith Monday night called for Mayor Clinton Baze to...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    November 19, 2014

County public meeting on moratorium brings out supporters

For Klickitat County Commissioners, last Wednesday's public hearing on a marijuana moratorium was the opposite of their experience on Oct. 21 when...

 
 News    November 19, 2014

Winter in the neighborhood, decides to drop in

A hurricane in the Arctic made the rest of the country pay. It was actually called a typhoon, Nuri by specific name. It pushed into the Aleutian...

 
 News    November 19, 2014

Yakama Nation still seeks to outlaw pot on ceded lands

It was prominent news earlier this year-Reuters, the British news service, started their story on March 24 by saying, "A Native American tribe,...

 
 News    November 19, 2014

Pacificorp sues to block release of bird kill data at wind farms

A company that operates at least 13 wind-energy facilities across three states, including one in Klickitat County, is suing in federal court to block the U.S. government from releasing information to...

 
 News    November 12, 2014

KVH conducts Ebola training for hospital staff

Klickitat Valley Health (KVH) is taking a proactive approach on Ebola. On Nov. 5 the hospital held its first "basic training" course for the care of...

 
 By Jim Fisher    News    November 12, 2014

Goldendale girl stars in reality TV show

Goldendale native Kier Mellour is featured right now as a competitor on a new reality TV show on the E! Network. The show, called House of DFV, takes...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 12, 2014

Local Republican Party faces national issues

In an article on Nov. 8 this year, The New York Times carried a story about an unease brewing below the surface of the Republican Party nationwide...

 
 News    November 12, 2014

Election fallout leaves questions about recount

The results of Klickitat County’s elections won’t be officially confirmed for about another two weeks, though there appears to be clarity on who won. The closest race was for County Sheriff, with...

 
 News    November 12, 2014

Dodge for 6 returns

Food, family, fun, and fast pace-that's what visitors will find at "Dodge This 6" on Nov. 15 at the Goldendale High School. PTA is once again...

 
 News    November 12, 2014

Washington Healthplanfinder Opens for Second Enrollment Period on Nov. 15

Washington Healthplanfinder, the online health insurance marketplace created under the Affordable Care Act in Washington State, is launching its second open enrollment period for Qualified Health...

 
 News    November 12, 2014

Lost treasures up for auction Nov. 19, 20 in Kirkland suburb

The contents of hundreds of unclaimed safe deposit boxes will be auctioned over two days in November. Jewelry, coins, stamps and other collectibles are among the 2,400 items that James G. Murphy,...

 
 News    November 12, 2014

Smithsonian exhibit at Discovery Center

Columbia Gorge Discovery Center will host the opening of the Smithsonian traveling exhibit “Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero Program 1942-1964,” Dec. 5 from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., The bilingual...

 
 News    November 12, 2014

WDFW seeks nominations for steelhead and cutthroat policy advisory group

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is seeking nominations to a citizen advisory group that advises the department on steelhead and anadromous cutthroat management issues. The...

 
 News    November 12, 2014

WSP unveils next-generation breath test instrument

The Washington State Patrol unveiled the next-generation of breath testing instruments designed to help remove impaired drivers from the streets and highways of Washington. The Patrol has spent...

 

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