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 By Mildred Lykens    Community    April 8, 2020 

You finally have time

This year 2020 has not shown to be a happy and friendly one. With all the social gatherings being cancelled and government telling us to stay in doors for our own good, the human suffers. We are...

 

In whom do you place your trust these days?

Because I haven’t heard of any news except for the virus, let me touch on it. For those of you experiencing a bit of cabin fever, remember the current deadline for reprieve is when the Lyle school...

 

Lyle schools to stay closed longer

This is a tad bit too late this month, but getting signed up will get you included in the month ahead’s Our Klickitat meetings. A message sent by their liaison states, “Our Klickitat Prevention...

 

Long House burns down

Lyle Fire Chief Dave McCune reported that last Sunday, March 8, his crew responded to a fire at the Long House at 270 Canyon Road. At their arrival, they were joined with the High Prairie and...

 

Fugitive sought, may be feral

Be on the lookout for an escapee. The incident happened late last month, and the perp has been on the run since then. Although not reported dangerous, the fugitive could be trying to locate a hiding...

 

Volunteers needed

Lyle Fire Chief Dave McCune and High Prairie Fire Chief Tim Darland are seeking volunteers to help plan for the FF’s appreciation dinner scheduled for Saturday, March 14. Which brings me to the...

 

Farewell to John Raz

A Celebration of Life will be held for John Raz on Monday, March 1, at the Country Café in Lyle from 3 to 5 p.m. John was a Lyle resident for over 45 years and made many friends in the area. He was...

 

Get your free tax assistance

By appointment only, but free tax assistance will be available for residents of Klickitat County through the Tax Aide Program, sponsored by the AARP Foundation in cooperation with the IRS. Taxpayers...

 

Farewell to JoAnn

On a sad note, I received word that a longtime Lyle resident, JoAnn (Sorensen) Roseberry, passed away on Jan. 27 in Durango, Colorado, where she had lived for many years after her school years here...

 

Head up to the 'Lyle' sign

How’s that New Year’s resolution coming? Still off those smoking devices, exercising regularly, eating properly, reading more, and sticking to your new budget of less spending? The Lyle Lions...

 

Correct contact info

In checking my column in both county newspapers last week, I found that I erred in giving you my new contact information that would enable you to get me any newsy items about your upcoming...

 

Parents, it looks like snow

If you have any news, comments or concerns about our special community and surrounding area, please contact me. Notice there is a change in my phone number and email address: (509) 316-0124 or...

 

Make the LCC work for you

I have a brilliant idea—well, maybe a 40-watt, but it’s still enough light to visualize: think about those New Year resolutions and put volunteering at the top of the list. So many worthy causes...

 

Humanity shines bright

A very large group of humanity shined brightly as they joined forces to show love of their fellow man last Saturday, Dec. 21. With the help of Lions Club members and the boys and girls from the Lyle...

 

Come to the LCC meeting

I apologize for any mix up there might be about the photos of your children with Santa. The plans were changed after my message about picking them up at the school. Those of you who haven’t picked...

 

Change in Santa photos status

Due to multiple conflicts with the December meeting, the KLASAC Executive Board has decided to cancel this month’s meeting. There are a lot of things going on this month for everyone, and the board...

 

Accept help if you need it

I know how it is to feel humble and proud when it comes to asking for help, even when you are in need, but the great members of the Lions Club would...

 

St. Nick coming to Lyle

Although we’ve had no snow—yet—to remind of us Santa and his sleigh, I’ve received the word that Jolly Old St. Nick will be arriving at the Lyle Activity Center on Thursday, Dec. 5, at 6 p.m....

 

KLASAC meeting coming up

A message from Sheila Crapper, KLASAC coordinator, with just a few reminders: our KLASAC meeting will be held in Klickitat next week on Wednesday, Nov. 20, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the Klickitat...

 

Edgewood Condo project conditionally approved

More about that Edgeview Condo project, at the west end of Lyle: it was approved on Monday, Nov. 4, by the Klickitat County Board of Adjustment but carried 31 Conditions of Approval the company has...

 

More bazaars coming

A last reminder: the Lyle School District Board of Director’s regular November meeting schedule has been changed and will be held on the third Wednesday, Nov. 20, instead of the fourth Wednesday of...

 

Don't miss the Lyle Craft Bazaar

November is just around the corner and I don’t want you to miss out by missing the Lyle Craft Bazaar coming the first weekend of Friday, Nov. 1. The hours will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday...

 

Remember the Lyle Craft Bazaar

The regular scheduled monthly meetings of the Lyle School District Board of Directors have some changes in the last quarter of 2019. The regular meeting planned for Oct. 23 will be a short business...

 

Last reminder for dinner

With all the conflicting meetings with the 30 condos project, the Lyle Community Council decided to postpone their monthly meeting until Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 6:30 p.m. at Lyle School, lower level in th...

 

Dinner and auction on the way

More news about the project for the 30 condominium project—the Planning Department would like to clarify a couple things about it and sent me this statement: “The Board of Adjustment meeting will...

 

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