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 By Dallas Smith    News    January 1, 2014

County lifts moratorium on production and processing of marijuana

On Dec. 17, the Klickitat County Board of Commissioners lifted the moratorium on the production and processing of marijuana on lands that were under county jurisdiction. The moratorium is still...

 

2013's top stories

2013 was a year of colorful stories, ranging from wolves wreaking havoc in the county to meeting the new congressional district's representative. In...

 
 By Dallas Smith    News    January 1, 2014

School board votes on new levy

On Monday, Dec. 23, the Goldendale School District Board of Directors held a special school board meeting in regard to possible actions needed for the upcoming renewal of the Maintenance and...

 
 By Dallas Smith    News    January 1, 2014

Exchange student serves as Ogden translator

In July of 2013 Anh Nguyen, a foreign exchange student from Vietnam, traveled to her home country with Dr. James Ogden and his crew to help provide...

 
 By Dallas Smith    News    January 1, 2014

Suit against county and Fire District 3 seeks to protect levy rate

A lawsuit against Fire District No. 3 and Klickitat County has been filed by the Committee for Fair Taxation from Klickitat County Fire Protection District No. 3. Its members object to the decision...

 

Maryhill Museum announces 2014 exhibition schedule

Maryhill Museum of Art has announced its schedule of special exhibitions for the 2014 season, which runs March 15 through Nov. 15, 2014. The museum's...

 

Sherman Jensen

Sherman C. Jensen, 89, died December 23, 2013 at Prosser Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. He was born August 7, 1924 in The Dalles, Oregon to...

 

Daria Johnson

Daria Lynn Johnson, 65, of Lyle, Washington passed away in her home surrounded by family on December 24, 2013. She fought a tough, long battle with...

 

Dottie Schuller

Dorothy Regina Schuller 86 Years (Aug. 4-1927 to Dec. 25-2013) If you’ve ever met Dottie you’d remember her infectious smile and winsome way. The Lord gifted her to enter into His presence on...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – January 2, 1964 • The homes of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. “Pat” Garaghan at 505 West Broadway and Mr. and Mrs. Kirk McKee on East D. Street were announced Monday as first place winners...

 

She's a winner

Amelia Roshon, a 10-year old from Goldendale, was the winner of Eastern Star's first annual "Ugly Sweater" contest held Dec. 21 at the Goldendale...

 

Sentinel marks 135 years of continuous publication

One hundred and thirty five years ago this year, The Goldendale Gazette and The Klickitat Sentinel merged into a single publication. The newly...

 
 By Mike Graham    Opinion    January 1, 2014

Respect private property

To the Editor: For those of us who enjoy the outdoors and the numerous activities that entails should heed the following: We all need to be aware of and respect posted signs protecting private...

 
 By Geoff Tyree    Opinion    January 1, 2014

Why weren't monitoring data included?

To the Editor: It’s too bad that Rebecca Gourley’s story on concerns about the Hanford Site and the Columbia River wasn’t balanced with a mention of the results of actual environmental...

 

Can we borrow Washington's website?

To the Editor: A modest proposal: Let’s review the situation with CoverOregon health exchange website: 1. It doesn’t work. 2. Washington’s health exchange website does. 3. Oregon is withholding...

 

First senior dinner of 2014 set for Jan. 9

It appears to have been a peaceful holiday season here in Trout Lake with all of the lights and decorations creating a warm appearance that has made it festive despite the lack of snow. No white...

 

Eighty-one food boxes distributed by community

The Lyle Lions Club would like to ‘Wish Everyone a Wonderful 2014’, and thank those whose generosity and caring assisted in making their Christmas Food Box Project a great success. Eighty-one...

 

Kudos to Glenwood students for awesome holiday concert

A huge thank you to Debbie Allaway, students, staff and community members who put together another great Winter Concert at the school on Dec. 20. Pre-school, grades K-1 and 4-5 sang a number of songs...

 

The Dalles Dam hosts 4th Annual Eagle Watch

The bald eagles are back! How often do you see our nation's symbol, the bald eagle? Have you ever seen more than one bald eagle at a time? We have...

 

County Dems to hold planning meeting Jan. 6

Klickitat County Democrats will have a dessert potluck Monday, Jan. 6, at 7 p.m. at the White Salmon Library. This will be a planning meeting for the county party and the upcoming elections. There is...

 

Triathlon moves to June, organizers hope to draw more participants

The GoldenMan Triathlon/Duathlon has been moved from September to June 21 for 2014. The youth event will be held on May 31. The triathlon, like previous years, will include a 500 meter swim, a 3.25...

 

Timberwolf boys split against west side teams

Goldendale romped over Bellevue Christian in the first of a holiday pair of games at the Yakima SunDome, Friday. The Wolves relied on the scoring of...

 

Lady Wolves let sweep slip through fingers after late game rally

Goldendale's Lady Timberwolves worked their way out of a sluggish start to Saturday's game against Onalaska, only to let things get away in the...

 

Kyle Wilkins wins Christmas tournament at Royal City

Kyle Wilkins went 2-0 at the Royal City Christmas Tournament, last week and claimed the 182 pound title. It was the only win for Goldendale, but four other Timberwolves placed. Dean Enstad and Jakeb...

 

Police nab alleged burglar in laundromat thefts and break-ins

What might have seemed like a great hiding place didn’t work out so well for a Goldendale man who police believe is responsible for recent...

 

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