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Good Samaritan makes faith connections over food

If you were to ask Willie Pride what he enjoys most in this world, he'd likely tell you it's making good food and meeting good people. Fortunately for...

 

Keep on truckin': Food trucks find home in Goldendale

Convenience seems to be the name of the game in several industries nowadays. Eateries are not immune-hence the growth in popularity of food trucks,...

 

Goldendale's rock star Mystery rocks of fun and inspiration showing up around city

What is colorful, painted, and being found all over Goldendale? Klickitat County rocks. Local artist Pat Farrer got the idea to paint pictures and mes...

 

Goldendale pregnancy resource center

As we ramp up for Christmas and those of faith are pondering the reason for the season- the miraculous birth of Jesus Christ-it seems all too fitting...

 

The power of the Wall, and why it's coming

Goldendale Masonic Lodge wants the community to have the opportunity to really honor veterans, and they aren't stopping at the Veterans Day parade. Cu...

 

A nostalgic stroll down Candy Cane Lane

Tis the season for tradition, and one of Goldendale's most beloved of winter traditions will be marching its way through town for its 26th year; this...

 

Local music students make a concerted effort

Contrary to what the Goldendale School District calendar and, resultantly, our Holiday Events page, said, the Goldendale Middle and High School Concert Bands’ winter concert will take place on...

 

Blowing glass, giving sass, and making art high class Jeanne and Pat put the 'art' in partners

This week's column will technically feature two businesses that share a space: Pat's Place Studio and Gallery and Golden Photo, both located at 105...

 

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...

 

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 spaces! All of the profits from this bazaar go to...

 

Seeking other mountains

This holiday season, I find myself filled with immense gratitude and some mixed emotions. As of Dec. 6, I will take my leave of the Goldendale...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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....

 

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 months that Anne has been practicing here, some...

 

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 the 2016 season before they wrap the place up like...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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 about 40 fifth through ninth graders and our...

 

Nestlé to pitch bottling plant to city

As of last week, the City of Goldendale is in the-according to Mayor Mike Canon-"very early stage" of considering bringing a Nestlé bottling plant to Goldendale. Years ago, the same company looked...

 

Museum event to feature some familiar faces

In the spirit of this year's plethora of travel-themed programs, Maryhill Museum--with the help of Sam Hill and Queen Marie--will be hosting a family...

 

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