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 By Jim Link    Opinion    August 5, 2015

Historical Society always looks for fresh programs

Reaching out and bringing awareness of the significant part that our region played in the settling of eastern Washington is a rewarding part of being a member of or a volunteer to the Klickitat County...

 By Jim Link    News    October 1, 2014

Significance of Eel Trail shared on Military Road tour

“It’s a project that keeps on giving” was a remark made by a board member of the Klickitat County Historical Society (KCHS). Two busloads of people from across the region enjoyed a beautiful...

 By Jim Link    Community    July 16, 2014

Plan now to take the Military Road tour

We, at the Klickitat County Historical Society, enjoy and thank the community for your continuing support. We appreciate that the Presby Mansion is ch... Full story

 By Jim Link    Opinion    December 25, 2013

Hanford story wants to turn us into wimps

To the Editor: As I read the “hit piece” on Hanford in a recent edition of The Sentinel, a feeling came over me that the writer is following an agenda to turn us—descendants of courageous,...

 By Jim Link    Opinion    August 28, 2013

Historical Society offers history and a new guided tour

Members, volunteers, and the board at the Klickitat County Historical Society aim for the Presby Museum to be the place that gives our community identity and strength. Museums and libraries preserve a...

 By Jim Link    Opinion    April 17, 2013

Presby opens its doors again May 1

Where else but in the Valley of the Little Klickitat could you go to lunch with the women of the Klickitat County Historical Society, and the topic at the table would be herd bulls? If you struggle...

 By Jim Link    Opinion    February 20, 2013

Ending of winter means beginning of Presby season

The “something great” about the sunshine coming back earlier each morning is that it has a beneficial effect on attitude. And why not? For school kids it means the sun will be shining when they...

 By Jim Link    Opinion    January 11, 2012

Our political world is turned around

To the Editor: To one who tried out a lifestyle in suburbia with their upscale notions and fantasies (and having rejected it), I greet the news that we’re now a part of the I-5 corridor legislativel...

 By Jim Link    Opinion    April 27, 2011

Keep opinion page relevant

To the Editor: The Goldendale Sentinel, 1879-present, has 132 years of continuous publication and is the second oldest newspaper in the state of Washington. It’s still going strong, a record to be p...


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