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School district seeks bond for new school

There is no time better than now. That's the conclusion of the Goldendale school district bond committee, according to Superintendent Mark Heid. With...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 12, 2011

Pepsi grant sought for new community center

Kathyjo Randall and Kristi Siebert are out to get soft-drink giant Pepsi to pay for a new community center in Goldendale. "Our proposal for a new comm...

 

Beef producers' educational programs coming

Washington State University-Klickitat County Extension and the Klickitat County Livestock Growers' Association invite cattle producers to two upcoming educational programs to be held at the...

 

Goldendale residents are on 'Let's Make a Deal'

Tomorrow, Thursday Jan. 13, be sure to tune in to CBS for Let's Make a Deal, starring two Goldendale residents. Also on the show is its host, Wayne...

 

Saturday Market meeting set to address issues for upcoming year

A public meeting for the purpose of discussing the reorganization and relocation of Goldendale's Saturday Market will be held on Thursday, Jan. 13 at 6:30 p.m. in the Goldendale Library meeting room....

 

Free eye checks offered in February

Dr. James Ogden, aided by an unidentified benefactor, Goldendale Lion's Club, Leo's Club, and Boy Scouts of America, will be offering free eye checks and free glasses for those who qualify....

 

Rough start to league play for the Vandals

It is hard enough to play Sunnyside Christian when everything is clicking, but playing on the Knights' home court with a piece of a team is an...

 

Rough start to league play for the Vandals

It is hard enough to play Sunnyside Christian when everything is clicking, but playing on the Knights' home court with a piece of a team is an...

 

Wilkins wins at New Year Classic

What better way to start the new year than a hard fought victory over a tough opponent? Kurt Wilikins accomplished it at the Naches Valley Rangers'...

 

Clarifying Ecology's role

To the Editor: In the Dec. 15, 2010 edition of The Sentinel, Representative Bruce Chandler, R-15th District, was quoted as saying, "The Department of Ecology alone accounts for about half of the 600...

 

Violence is in the culture

To the Editor: If the tragic shooting in Arizona comes as a surprise to some, may I suggest that you have not been paying attention to what has happened to our entire culture. The United States of...

 

Dog rescue went well

To the Editor: I am very thankful for the wonderful people who helped me catch a lost dog on Horseshoe Bend Road on Sunday evening. Everyone was so helpful and patient when the traffic had to stop...

 
 By L Brown    Opinion    January 12, 2011

Who's really taking risks?

To the Editor: Under the title "Exempting from entitlement" in a recent issue of The Sentinel was a letter calling "us older folks" "entitlement queens" and saying we needed to "step forward and take...

 

Announcing G3: a new idea for Goldendale growth

The Goldendale Sentinel is starting a civic action organization tentatively called Greater Goldendale Growth, or G3. We don't presume to take the plac...

 

Everette Bane

A lifelong resident of Klickitat County, Everette E. Bane passed away at his home in Centerville on Friday, Jan. 7, 2011 at the age of 59. He was born Dec. 3, 1951 in Goldendale, Washington to George... Full story

 

Pete Petersen

Pete C. Petersen, 62, of Goldendale died on Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011 at OHSU in Portland. Pete was born on Feb. 22, 1948 in Yakima, to August and Shirley (Canonica) Petersen. He lived his entire... Full story

 

Kenneth Sheridan

Kenneth D. Sheridan, 85, died at the Oregon Veterans' Home in The Dalles, Jan. 4, 2011. He was born in Elkmont, N.D. on Jan. 22, 1925. When he was 12 years old, Ken moved with his family from North... Full story

 

David Woodruff

Lawrence David Woodruff, Jr., 61, died in The Dalles on Jan. 7, 2011. David was born in Goldendale on Dec. 12, 1949, to Violet Bernice (Browning) and Lawrence David Woodruff Sr. He was raised in... Full story

 

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