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 By Rebecca Gourley    News    March 21, 2012

Horse breeder charged with animal cruelty

On Monday, March 19 horse breeder Nancy Skakel made a preliminary appearance in Superior Court for the charges against her; one felony count and 19 mi...

 

Goldendale graduates, past or present, can receive scholarship through KVET

If you ask almost any college student, they will tell you the one thing they need is money, either for tuition, books, or a roof over their head; usua...

 
 By Rebecca Gourley    News    March 7, 2012

Council sets surplus auction, considers Market offer

A swap of labor for a reduced usage rate for the Farmers’ Market this year may be in the works. Randie Carley and Tom Ireland, Farmers’ Market...

 

E-tickets the ticket to quicker tickets

The Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office is going green. They now have seven patrol cars equipped with Toughbook laptops. The vehicles not only have...

 

Bickleton working on water system

The Bickleton Community Council (BCC) is applying for a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) grant to help fund their Water System Plan...

 

Council votes for west side improvement project with block grant

The west side of Goldendale could be seeing a facelift sooner rather than later. The City Council Tuesday approved the submission of an application to...

 

GPS puts live news on the air

Kids these days, they can really amaze the adults in their lives by what they are capable of. At Goldendale Primary School (GPS), a group of six fourt...

 

Board president: ‘Fair will go on’ despite new budget cuts

“The fair will go on,” said Klickitat County Fair Board President Juan Randall. The Fair Board got word in the fall of 2011 that the state might...

 

City hears information on liability, Kid’s Camp

“I’m from the government, and I’m here to help,” Lew Leigh said at Monday night’s Goldendale City Council meeting. Leigh, Executive... Full story

 

“Lunch is served” at Stormy’s Pig Pen

Family-owned seems to be a theme for new restaurants here in Goldendale. That continues with the new burger joint Stormy’s Pig Pen, owned by Pete...

 

Mayor intervenes in custody dispute over dog

A dog at the center of heated emotions in the community, with two sets of owners seeking to retain custody of her, was returned Friday to the original...

 

Library celebrates 100 years as a resource

Not many people realize how big of a resource a community library is until they need it for something, such as research or job hunting. Naomi Fisher,...

 

What to do if you lose your pet

Eve, The Sentinel’s Adoptable Pet of the Week on Jan. 11, was adopted through Dogs of the Gorge (D.O.G.). However, unlike most dogs taken to the...

 

Where there's smoke

A fire broke out in Jim Farrer’s shop on NE 3rd Street early afternoon last Wednesday. The resident of the house next to the shop, that Farrer also...

 

County’s Solid Waste web page cited by USDA

Klickitat County, once again, has received more recognition for the hard work done by its residents. John Longfellow, who works in the Klickitat...

 

Goldendale women to travel to Africa, will teach disabled women

Two Goldendale women, Eva Reynolds and Joyce Chiles, will be flying to Sierra Leone, Africa in March to teach vocational skills to disabled women. In...

 

Manhunt produces two of three intruders at Aluminum Plant

Early Friday morning the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office received a call about three suspicious people at the Aluminum Plant site. Sergeant Joe...

 

School district seeks next M&O levy

Next month the Goldendale School District will seek aid from taxpayers for its Maintenance and Operation replacement levy. The past three levies that... Full story

 

New mayor, city council address licenses, property

To start out the New Year, Mayor Clint Baze led his first City Council meeting last Tuesday. Other than a few minor procedural slip-ups, the meeting...

 

‘Hotline’: live radio talk show returns to Goldendale

Remember the good old days when gas was under $3 per gallon and KLCK’s Hotline live call-in show was still on the air? Well, good news! No, gas is...

 

New rabies law takes effect

With the New Year comes a new state law that started Jan. 1, which mandates that all pet dogs, cats, and ferrets are up to date on their rabies...

 

AT&T reports critical tower outage

Updated: AT&T has fixed the issue and customers should not be experiencing any more problems. Most Goldendale AT&T wireless customers know by the... Full story

 

Baze focus is on fulfilling campaign promises

Although he vied for change during his campaign, newly elected Clint Baze will keep some things the same during his term as Goldendale’s mayor....

 

School district has plan to deal with state budget cuts

Two hundred thousand dollars is what Superintendent Mark Heid expects will be cut from Goldendale School District’s (GSD) budget next year....

 

Council recognizes employees

A combined 195 years of service to the city was attributed to a handful of employees at the City Council meeting Monday night by Mayor Arletta Parton....

 

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