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City Schools on brief modified lockdown

All three Goldendale public schools and Head Start were placed on a modified lockdown referred to as Secure and Teach (STM) Thursday morning because of a comment made by a parent posted to social...

 

Scammers using fake health insurance sites

The Washington Attorney General's office has issued an alert, warning consumers of websites disguised as the state's health insurance marketplace....

 

Dentist offering free work

Dr. Kent Large, whose dentistry practice recently celebrated its one-year anniversary, is offering free dental work to adults on Wednesday, Nov. 27, at his office at 617 E Collins from 8 a.m. to 5...

 

Childcare crisis focus of special meeting

Is the State of Washington trying to legislate parenting into obsolescence? The question seemed to linger in the air at a meeting Nov. 5 to address the childcare crisis in Washington, specifically...

 

School observes 100 years in same building

The Centerville school is excitedly celebrating its centennial this school year. The school opened in September of 1919 and has been continuously...

 

'Creative' scammers now purporting to collect for state Revenue offices

With the holidays rapidly approaching, scammers are racing to relieve you of your hard-earned cash. The latest scam is the fake collection agency....

 

Porch pirates raiding homes

Porch pirates are operating in Goldendale. Police Chief Reggie Bartkowski reports that police received a report of a theft in progress on Sept. 19....

 

Bird migration count keeps track of who's passing through

Bob Hansen has a job any cat would love. In the 1990s he began counting migrating bird species in this area, initiating the Klickitat County...

 

Vachon a hit

The newest Goldendale celebrity is the mysterious and elusive Joe Vachon also known as Joe the Blacksmith. He was recently a contestant on the History Channel’s show Forged in Fire, a competition...

 

DNR terminated lease and paid penalties

According to some around Goldendale, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is giving with one hand and taking away with the other. The DNR seems to be pitting indispensable entities—farmers,...

 

Healthy food wholesaler delivers to Goldendale

Despite run-ins with county officials over weed spraying, Azure Standard continues to thrive and provide drops in Goldendale—and a lot of other places—for individuals to order healthy foods....

 

Big River serves Native youth

The Big River Youth Council serves Native youth along the Columbia River. All Native youth ages 12 through 21 are welcome. BRYC raised money for this trip through Indian taco feeds and selling...

 

Friday's storm a freak of nature

Friday night Goldendale was transported to the desert Southwest. The violent storm that hit Goldendale Friday night produced an estimated four to six...

 

Fraud remains a hot 'business'

You may have noticed the rash of phone and email scammers targeting Goldendale citizens recently. Some readers report receiving as many as 10 calls a day from very aggressive, demanding callers....

 
 By Genevieve Shuey    News    August 7, 2019

Flag flap: where are American flags actually made?

Is your American flag actually American? The Sentinel looked into this question when a reader brought in a Harbor Freight catalog offering full-sized...

 

So long, Archie, and thanks for everything

When I first moved to Goldendale, in 2006, my husband and I rented a small house on Allyn Street near Holcomb's Market. There was a small feral...

 

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