The Goldendale Sentinel - Headlines & History since 1879

Articles written by Richard L

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 37



Looking Back

October 5, 1898 – 120 years ago Reports received from the three threshing machines of Eli Miller, James Vanhoy and Con Yeackel: we find that these machines have threshed about 250,000 bushels of...

 

Looking Back

September 14, 1913 – 105 years ago The corner lot, formerly occupied by the bank that recently burned on Main Street, is sought for a building site. The sum of $2500. the highest price ever offered...

 

Looking Back

September 6, 1894 Miss Clanton of Centerville returned to continue her school duties at Bickleton after a short vacation. Arriving at Cleveland, she found the Bickleton stage had gone. She took...

 

Looking Back

August 30, 1888 School opened on Monday with a larger number of pupils attending than ever before at the opening. Last year there were 97 enrolled and this year 118. A great many people are desirous o...

 

Looking Back

September 5, 1918 A report shows 27 schools in the county are short teachers for the year. Too many educators have answered the call to service. September 3, 1925 The corporation that recently took...

 

Looking Back

June 14, 1894 - June 12, 1919 Winfield S. Lefever came down Monday from his summer ranch in the Simcoes, 12 miles north of Goldendale. He reports that three inches of snow fell there last Saturday...

 

Looking Back

July 6, 1907 The Hay Baler belonging to Grant Bundell will start Monday next with crew of five men. He has about 1,500 tons contracted for at the rate of $2 per ton. The machine will bale 15 tons a da...

 

Looking Back

June 26, 1888 The new Methodist Church now in the course of construction will be considerably larger than the old one and will be heated by a furnace in the basement. A new bell for the Methodist...

 

Looking Back

June 20, 1889 There are now said to be at least 125,000 sheep on the north side of the Klickitat Bridge in the vicinity of Mt. Adams, and still they are going in at a rate of 5,000 per day. The...

 

Looking Back

May 5, 1887 Henry Timmerman, the man confined in jail for murdering Lorenzo Sterling and his wife, awoke a few nights since and was considerably startled to hear what sounded very much like someone...

 

Looking Back

May 7, 1896 This week The Sentinel celebrates its 18th anniversary, and still there are more to follow. Other local papers come and go, but it is hopeful The Sentinel will live on until the end of...

 
 By Richard Lefever    News    June 13, 2018

Mosbrucker visits Centerville Grange

Centerville's Grange Hall has functioned as their primary community center for over 38 years. Like most grange halls in the state the building has end...

 

Looking Back

May 16, 1889 The contract for the new hotel in Goldendale has been let to Mr. James Wheelhouse of Columbus. Excavating for the new hotel has already commenced, and the dirt is being used with which...

 

Looking Back

March 11, 1915 The city pound came nearly getting George Coffield’s goat this last week. It seems that four or five of the goats on his ranch near town jumped a fence, ate it up, or otherwise dispos...

 

Looking Back

May 15, 1924 N.B. Brooks started up his brick yard this week, W.F. Hardin being in charge. He expects to make one kiln of 150,000 brick. Mr. Brooks has been out of brick for some time, several...

 

Looking Back:

May 15, 1890 Two passenger trains were sand bound at Grants, from May 7 at midnight until May 8 at six o’clock pm., being 18 hours. All this time our mail express and passengers were at a...

 

Looking Back

April 2, 1920 A few days ago, the students in the high school at Lyle, or a large number of them, “struck,” because the teachers and superintendent would not permit dancing in the school building....

 

Looking Back

April 18, 1889 County Surveyor, Jake Richardson, was employed several days last week laying off a number of additional blocks to the town of Goldendale. The addition embraces that portion of...

 

Looking Back

April 14, 1938 Raymond Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hill, returned to Pullman Sunday after spending spring vacation in Goldendale with his parents. He made the return trip with his father....

 

Looking Back

March 13, 1919 J.H. Beeks of Sundale was in the city the first of the week on business. He has sold 780 acres of his land in that section to his three sons, Sam, Dewey, and Gus, who will erect...

 

Looking Back

March 24, 1894 Last Saturday 28 acres of land, comprising the upper meadow of Goldendale, south of Broadway street, was sold at sheriff’s sale for $112.00 or $4.00 an acre. The land subject to a...

 
 By Richard Lefever    News    March 28, 2018

Local connection to Erin's Law

When Governor Jay Inslee recently affixed his signature to House Bill 1539, "Erin's Law," it was a major victory in Washington's battle against...

 

Looking Back:

March 24, 1894 The dam at Weld’s planning mill broke last Thursday night and the rush of the imprisoned water washed out the lower dam and made a large gap in the ditch that supplies the city of...

 

Looking Back

March 6, 1919 James Clark, former owner of the Star Theater, was in the city this week on business. He sold the theater to Willard Eddy, who has had it leased for some time past. Mr. Eddy recently...

 

Looking Back

March 13, 1919 The “kid wagon,” the convenience used to bring children to and from school in the more remote parts of the district, was over turned Monday afternoon on the State Road. The team...

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2018

Rendered 10/11/2018 00:12