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Goldendale graduate serves as teacher in Addis Ababa

On Aug. 1, local Goldendale High School graduate, Jess Garnett set off for Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia to begin work as a teacher. Garnett...

 
 By Lisl Garnett    News    December 29, 2010

Grain Growers to be sold

Goldendale's Klickitat Valley Grain Growers has reached an agreement to be bought by Mid-Columbia Producers, Inc. Sources report that at a December meeting, the membership of the Grain Growers co-op...

 

Residents offer Christmas gift toys

Goldendale resident Dr. Michael Garnett is in Sudan, bringing medical supplies to Doro, a small town in the African country where Sudan Inland Mission (SIM) runs a small medical ministry. This is...

 
 By Lisl Garnett    News    November 24, 2010

River traffic to be closed for months

For many Goldendale residents, the dams along the Columbia River are a part of the Gorge scenery. They are seen day after day but not really noticed by many people. That is about to change. Beginning...

 

Soroptimist project raises money for KVH digital mammography

On Thursday, Nov. 4, the Goldendale Soroptimist Club donated $500 to the KVH Memorial Foundation. The money will be put towards the campaign for a digital mammography unit. The donation had a rather...

 

Don’t be late for your onstage Dinner Party

On the surface The Dinner Party seems like a simple play to perform. There is only one set and six actors. There is also very little movement that needs to be choreographed, such as fight scenes,...

 

Adonai’s hosts local aid worker, Chiles

Internationally renowned humanitarian aid worker Dr. Paul Chiles appeared at Adonai’s Christian Book Store last Saturday, Oct. 9, to do a book signing for his book, Rose of Calcutta. The book is...

 

Kids focus on comic art during Museum Week

Maryhill Museum opened its doors to approximately 900 students from 15 schools around the region for their annual Museum Week, Oct. 5 through Oct. 14. Goldendale Primary School, Centerville School,...

 

Dog lovers turn out for DOG benefit walk

More than 60 people and about 40 dogs turned out Saturday for the first annual Dogs of the Gorge (DOG) Walk, to support the DOG animal shelter. The walkers made the mile and a half Burlington Loop wit...

 

What the health care bill means for county

Government policy is near the top of the list of things that can be (and usually are) difficult to understand, perhaps surpassed only by health insurance policy in that regard. The recent Health Care...

 

Students lead prayer at See You at the Pole event

Everyone knows how hard it is to get a teenager out of bed early. Yet on Wednesday, Sept. 22, students across the nation willingly got up early and gathered around their school flagpoles for the...

 

TV show films program at Maryhill

A camera crew descended on Maryhill Museum this week to film a segment for the season premiere of the Emmy Award-winning television show Art Beat. The segment will feature background shots of the Colu...

 

Comics are serious art matter at Maryhill Museum

If the goal of Maryhill Museum’s “Comics at the Crossroads” exhibit was to draw on a different, perhaps younger, group of people, then it seems to have succeeded. Museum regulars sat beside...

 
 By Lisl Garnett    News    September 8, 2010

Kids head back to school

Last Wednesday marked one of the biggest signs in the turning of the seasons from summer to fall, as children all over Goldendale returned to school. There is a stereotype that says mothers are ecstat...

 

Library levy likely to produce range of services

In a town the size of Goldendale, the effects of cutbacks for something as central as the library can be felt by everyone—and in 2008 they were. When the library’s funding, which comes from...

 

Maryhill Arts Festival puts focus on area arts, theater

Reflecting the variety and abundance of arts in the region, the Maryhill Arts Festival last weekend drew artists from around the Northwest. According to Maryhill Museum Development Director Tim...

 

Performance warms up cold museum audience for A Comedy of Errors

The audience for last Saturday’s performance of Shakespeare’s A Comedy of Errors by the Portland Actors Ensemble looked more like an REI warehouse than the usual patrons of the arts. Down...

 
 By Lisl Garnett    News    August 18, 2010

The Fair!

Every year people flock to the Klickitat County Fair and Rodeo. It provides an opportunity for kids to show their crafts, show the animals they have raised, and gain skills. It allows adults to enjoy...

 

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