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 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 7, 2015

TIL NEXT YEAR

KPUD trucks were out last week taking down the Christmas lights and candy canes....

 

McCabe begins term

Standing before her family and friends, Gina McCabe, R-Goldendale, was sworn in as the newest 14th District state representative on the steps of the...

 

Light wars: battle for the night sky

"When the night has come, "And the land is dark, "And the moon is the only light we see..." -"Stand By Me" Under the conditions described in Ben E. Ki...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 7, 2015

New KVH audit shows no issues

The closest the Washington State Auditor’s Office (SAO) comes to saying “Well done” is to say, “We couldn’t find any problems.” That heart...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 7, 2015

Council gives OK on bike racks, Chamber lease, horse law

In a relatively short meeting Monday night, the Goldendale City Council whisked through several items. Opening with a presentation by Brock Warrener,...

 

Where dreams begin with one step

Many people in this friendly community find themselves with hardly anything to do for fun; besides going for walks and enjoying the natural beauty of...

 

THE CHILL OF VICTORY

That "What made me think this was a good idea?" shock can be seen in faces and body language at this year's Polar Plunge, held New Year's Day at...

 

Local aviator surmises fate of Flight 8501

Goldendale resident Doug Herlihy is an aviator and highly regarded aviation expert. He is called upon to testify in aircraft accident court cases around the world. On Sept. 17, 1908, a young air...

 

Three from city injured in car accident

Three Goldendale youths were involved in an early morning accident on SR14, Jan. 2 that sent four individuals to the hospital. According to the State...

 

John Hack

John Arthur Hack, loving husband, father and grandfather, passed away at home on December 29, 2014. His smile, his ability to make people laugh, his... Full story

 

Charlie Glover

A funeral service for Charlie Arthur Glover, 88, who passed away on January 3, 2015, will be held at 1 p.m. on Sunday, January 11, 2015 at Columbia Hills Memorial Chapel in Goldendale.  A complete... Full story

 

Volunteers needed

Volunteers are needed in both Goldendale and White Salmon Senior Services locations. Goldendale: Tuesdays and Thursdays with the senior meal; kitchen volunteers to help with food preparation and...

 

Deadline to apply for 4-H Youth in Action award Jan. 12; recipients receive $10,000 scholarship

The 4-H Youth in Action award recognizes an outstanding 4-Her who epitomizes 4-H youth empowerment. Sponsored by National 4-H Council, the purpose of this award is to acknowledge and honor a...

 

For Your Health

Happy New Year! If you’re kicking off 2015 intent on making a positive change in your life, I’ve got a few tools to help you. We can set ourselves up for success by learning a bit of the...

 

We're not a suburb of Portland

To the Editor: I write this because it is time to address this issue at a higher level . I am referring to the lack of Washington based news programing we receive in Klickitat County. It’s not only...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - January 7, 1965 • Clem Matylinski, SP&S Railway agent, said he had been told by a company official that at least two months would be necessary for repairs, “Almost the entire...

 

Artwork of Lyle students selected to adorn governor's holiday tree

Not much going on in our peaceful community…that I’m aware of. I hope it is a future indication for the coming year. I think we could all use some peace and tranquility in our lives. I know the...

 

Former exchange student visits Bickleton friends

Beatrice Porto, a former exchange student from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil who attended school in Bickleton for the last half of her junior year, has been visiting folks in the Bickleton area.  She and...

 

2015 Library Bookapalooza!

Fort Vancouver Regional Library Foundation is hosting a four-day used book sale with more than 25,000 books on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, Jan. 16-19. The sale will be held in Library Hall,...

 

From the best seat in the house

It takes time for teams to gel, particularly with a change in systems that goes along with a change in coaches. That is the situation in Goldendale for boys and girls basketball. They have about a...

 

Lady Wolves in 37-30 win over Highland

Goldendale Coach Mike Plum gave credit to his bench in leading the Lady Timberwolves to their first league win, 37-30 over Highland on Saturday night...

 

County teams clash at Helix

Klickitat won a non-league game over the Bickleton boys, 47-40 at the Helix holiday tournament. The Pirates were led by Nathan Powers’ 12 points; Vandal details were unavailable. Bickleton’s...

 

McCoy "beastly" in win at Washougal

Beastly is how Goldendale Coach Matt Dumolt described Demetrius McCoy in winning the 182 pound division at Washougal, Saturday. McCoy was one of four Timberwolves to place in the meet. Bryce Wilkins,...

 

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