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Helicopters on Patrol

The weather was cold at 29 degrees with a light blanket of snow during this year’s Candy Cane Lane Parade. Locals gathered to see 19 entrants, with a few new names and more floats this year. Grand...

 

Holiday food drive coming

The Goldendale Holiday Food Drive is being held Sunday, Dec. 9. It is an annual tradition and a joint effort of Goldendale Junior Community Chamber, Klickitat County Rural 7 Fire and Rescue, and Golde...

 

Community Thanksgiving Dinner tomorrow

Thanksgiving break for students will begin with an 11:55 a.m. dismissal on Wednesday, Nov. 21, and no school Thursday, Nov. 22, and Friday, Nov. 23. School resumes Monday, Nov. 26. Dr. James Ogden’s...

 

Recyclables getting more restricted

The Goldendale Primary School says that, thanks to strong community support, it earned $2,756 to purchase books from Scholastic. They have already purchased 149 books with this money and will be...

 

Community dinner coming up

Halloween is over, and the children should have plenty of candy to last for a while. I remember when I was a kid, living in the big city, I really raked in the candy. It would last me until Easter of...

 

Apply for tourism money

You can now apply for tourism money through the City of Goldendale. If you are an individual or organization that wishes to enter into a contract or agreement with the City for tourism information...

 

Rumors were exaggerated

The rumors of exaggerated accounts of possible protests at our Goldendales Candidates Night last week, prompted by planned participation of Congressional Candidates Jaime Herrera Beutler and Carolyn...

 

Timmerman revisited

Here is a short story sent in to me by Jessica Wilson, as she was so interested in this story. I know that the old timers already know the Timmerman story, but the newcomers may enjoy it. On April...

 

Kids can come as favorite character

Women Supporting the Badge invites all women connected to law enforcement to their Fall Rally on Saturday, Oct. 13, from noon to 2 p.m., at the KPUD building on Columbus Ave. in Goldendale, Lunch...

 

Keep an eye on the notices

I have learned that if you really want to be in the know, then listen to radio and read the newspaper. One area that people do not give enough attention to is the notices in the paper. I would agree...

 

Primary School advises caution on pictures

A large crowd of first responders enjoyed a free prime rib dinner on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at the Goldendale American Legion, sponsored by the Sons of American Legion. Commander Jeff Furlong introduced...

 

Library has a great reopening

The renovated Goldendale Community Library had a grand reopening last Saturday, Sept. 15. Just some of the changes I noticed were more comfortable seating on all floors and the easy flow of traffic...

 

School has started

The first school bell has rung, Tuesday, Sept. 4. The new year starts off without former Superintendent Mark Heid, but with past superintendent Ian Grabenhorst standing in as interim superintendent. S...

 

Ice Cream Social drew a nice crowd

The Goldendale Library Ice Cream Social was such a hit last Thursday, Aug. 16, for a couple hundred people, with so much cake, ice cream, root beer floats, and watermelon. Not only that, but the...

 

Same-day clinic to expand hours

The CEO of Klickitat Valley Health (KVH), Leslie Hiebert, has announced that the extended hours for their same-day clinic will begin in either October or November. The hours will be Monday through...

 

Senior Picnic coming

Calling all senior citizens of Klickitat County to the annual Senior Picnic to be held on Friday, Aug. 17, at Daubenspeck Park in Bingen. Lunch will be served at noon. Food, drink and place settings...

 

One less cooling station

If you are considering looking for a Klickitat County government job, you must now apply for it on their website by going to klickitatcounty.org and then to Employment. Once inside the website, click...

 

Where to keep cool

I have made many calls, looking for a “cooling shelter” for the people of Goldendale. I haven’t found much, but this is what I have found so far: The Goldendale Senior Center on E. Main Street...

 

Parade seemed bigger this year

The Goldendale Community Days are over, and plans are almost in the works for next year’s event. There seemed to be more entries in the parade, and there were 106 cars entered in the Show ’n...

 

Stay fire safe

Keep it safe during this dry, summer season, with fireworks and anything that can cause fires. The Goldendale Fire Department asks for everyone to keep their automobile on the trail and keep it off...

 

Steady flow at the Red House

From the words of the Red House Owner, Jon Dove: “On Sunday, June 17, Father’s Day, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. over a hundred people toured The Red House. At the front door I had guests sign a red...

 

Long way around for phone call

I made a phone call to our Library last week, and due to their remodeling, they are outsourcing their phone calls to the Vancouver office. So, when you call the local number at 773-4487, someone will...

 

See the Red House

Here is hoping all mothers had a wonderful Mother’s Day. I got to see a couple of my daughters, who are also mothers. Father’s Day is coming soon. Do you have plans for that holiday yet? Would...

 

The Show was a hit

The Goldendale Home Garden & Sportsman’s show was another hit last weekend. There were a few new vendors, and a rock climbing tower which was a hit. Bishops Services showed off their brand new...

 

Library temporarily relocated

The library has now moved to 1103 S. Columbus, behind the City Hall building for a few months. They are open now, Monday through Friday, during this remodel period. Go in to see them and say hi. They...

 

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