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Articles from the November 2, 2011 edition

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Trunk or Treat

WHAT’S IN THERE?: A young pirate and Spiderman are ecstatic to fill their plastic pumpkins with candy from a couple on Main Street during the Trunk...

 

One last campaign question

The Sentinel invited candidates in the local elections who are running opposed to respond to a final campaign question. The three-part question was, “What is the single most important task facing...

 

Free business advice coming

Ever wonder what it takes to get good advice on running a business? Owners in and around Goldendale are about to find out—and for free. A series of grant-funded financial information classes...

 

Taking the Stage

The GHS drama club presents Twelfth Night or What You Will, a comedy written by William Shakespeare. It takes place in the seashore town of Illyria...

 

Champs

CHAMPS: The District 5/6 team trophy for 1B and 2B was proudly displayed by Bickleton’s boys’ team on Friday. The win was the school’s first...

 

Broadcasts to come to complete halt in new test

Lou Marzeles Editor This just in: all broadcasting, communications, and power in the U.S. will be cut by the federal government next Wednesday. Sounding like the plot from The Day the Earth Stood...

 

Digital mammography is aim of benefit

Digital mammography machines are known lifesavers, and Klickitat Valley Health (KVH) wants one. To that end, last year the hospital’s Memorial Foundation put on its highly successful “Puttin...

 

Students to get tour of PSE’s Goldendale generating station

Approximately 125 fourth, fifth, and sixth graders from Klickitat County schools will learn first-hand about electrical energy during a tour of Puget Sound Energy’s Goldendale Generating Station on...

 

KCSO and SAR locate, rescue missing hunter

On Oct. 26 at approximately 12:20 p.m., the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) received a call of an overdue hunter in the Swale Canyon area, later determined to be 50-year-old Gary Vaughn....

 

Program offered for land owners affected by Monastery Fire

Washington State University (WSU), Washington Department of Natural Resources (WDNR), Natural Resources Conservations Service (NRCS), the Washington Farm Forestry Association, and the Central...

 

This week's most wanted

The Goldendale Police are looking for Christopher D. Williams. Williams, 30, is wanted for felony delivery of methamphetamines. Williams is 5-11, 200...

 

Eric Tomacelli

On April 14, 1982, in The Dalles, Eric David Tomacelli, Jr. was born to Eric David Tomacelli, Sr. and the late Kimberly Ann Medford Tomacelli. The... Full story

 

John Zinzer

John Zinzer, 53, died Oct. 29, 2011, at his home north of Goldendale. John will be greatly missed by his wife, Cindy Caplen, who loved him dearly;... Full story

 

90 years young

Joyce Olson, longtime resident of Centerville, recently celebrated her 90th birthday, just seven months after her husband Bill turned 90. The couple...

 

It’s not too late to join the Scouts

It’s not too late to sign up for Scouting programs, is the message being sent out by local Scouting officials of the Mid- Columbia District, Boy Scouts of America. Initial sign-ups happened in Septe...

 

WSU Extension to host Youth Development Summit

Those who work with youth and anyone else interested in the future of positive youth development in Klickitat County are encouraged to attend the upcoming Youth Development Summit to be held on Nov....

 

New energy and land-use policies can help job growth

On Nov. 28 the Legislature will gather in Olympia for a special session to address our state’s growing budget crisis. Undoubtedly the discussion will revolve around program cuts, whether to send a...

 

Stop discriminating based on relationship

To the Editor: I am writing this in hopes that two of our local public entities will quit discriminating against my granddaughter only because they do not like me. Donna Beierle-Brown is my...

 

Why don’t we have a mall?

To the Editor: For six years now I have been living in Goldendale. (I’m from Denver.) I’ve never seen a town without at least a Wal Mart or Kmart, which are as common as the shoes on my feet. Time...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    November 2, 2011

First cheerleader, Roosevelt’s third term, Bank of America

Nov. 2: 1889—After losing a coin toss with Canada, the U.S. admits North and South Dakota as the 39th and 40th states. 1898—Johnny Campbell leads the crowd in cheering for the University of...

 

“Off the Rez” featured at Study Circle

River Peoples Cultural Exchange-Lyle Community Study Circle is presenting, "Off the Rez"; the story of courage and challenges faced by Shoni Schimmel (Umatilla/white) and her mother, Ceci Moses...

 

SBDC offers classes to local businesses

I hope everyone had a fun Halloween, and I know you did, if you attended the General Store’s Trunk or Treat in Goldendale on Saturday. We were delighted to have the opportunity to give out candy,...

 

Flowers at the Trout Lake Fair

A disconcerting silence followed my proud announcement to friends in Mosier that I’d been asked to judge the flowers at the Trout Lake Fair my first year in residence. One of them finally asked if I...

 

Clown troupe returns from outreach in Alaska

Pastor Jacob Meadows from the Presbyterian Church in Bickleton, and Jennifer Wilson also of Bickleton, along with a clown group called Kaleidoscope Konnections from Yakima, recently did a two week...

 

Seven vie for four school board positions

The community of Glenwood is fortunate to have a slate of seven fine candidates for four positions on the School Board. Each candidate gave a five-minute speech about their qualifications and goals...

 

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