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Articles from the January 18, 2012 edition

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Sugar

This is Sugar, she is three years old. Sugar is looking for a home with no kids or cats or other dogs. She is house trained and good in the car. She...

 

GHS grads keep learning abroad

Local college students Ryell Carley and Tanner Milliren (Goldendale High School graduates of 2009 and 2008, respectively) are spending their winter te...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 18, 2012

Law makers adjust to new reality

State Rep. David Taylor and Rep. Bruce Chandler and State Sen. Jim Honeyford all agree: the governor’s stand behind a same-sex marriage bill now up...

 

County’s Solid Waste web page cited by USDA

Klickitat County, once again, has received more recognition for the hard work done by its residents. John Longfellow, who works in the Klickitat...

 

Liquor stores to keep stock on hand until transition

For a while, it seemed Washington liquor stores would run out of product well before June 1, when liquor sales in the state transition from state stores to private commercial establishments....

 

Goldendale a satellite site for Women in Ag Conference broadcast

This winter women farmers in Washington State will have the unique opportunity to participate in an agricultural workshop offering inspirational stories, practical advice on how to improve their...

 

Arthur David Walker

Arthur David Walker passed away January 11, 2012 at the age of 67. Art was born September 10, 1944 in the old White Salmon hospital. He attended... Full story

 

Carisha Marie Phelps

Born in Spokane, Washington, May 29, 1941 and passed away Jan 3, 2012. She is survived by her husband of 52 years Richard Phelps; four children: Bonnie Akerill of Washtucna WA, Rhonda and Dick Ward... Full story

 

Local musicians present free concert at library

Lou Marzeles and Leslie Geatches are returning to the Goldendale Library for a free concert on Thursday, Jan. 26 at 7 p.m in the library’s community room. This time the pair will be joined by...

 

New family-run eatery opens

Rebecca Gourley Reporter Having been in the culinary industry all of his adult life, Alec Chisholm took on what had been the Cornerstone Café,...

 

Looking Back

25 Years Ago- January 15, 1987 • The person who stole the manhole cover from the alley behind W. Main Street in Goldendale last Nov. may have thought it was pretty funny, but the woman who drove...

 

Same-sex marriage story draws a lot of comments

The Sentinel’s Facebook page has been a very busy place over the last few days. After last week’s edition of our paper went online, the story on...

 

Lawmakers need to follow the people

To the Editor: This week lawmakers returned to Olympia to begin the 2012 session. They need to follow the will of the people and implement initiative 1163. The initiative has been passed twice now in...

 

District has hit $1 billion before

To the Editor: In your story about the school levy, you reported that increases in the wind turbine value have taken the county valuation over $1 billion. The county valuation was $3.34 billion in...

 
 By Karla Salp    Opinion    January 18, 2012

Prosecutor shows leadership

To the Editor: I had the distinct pleasure of meeting the Klickitat County Prosecutor Lori Hoctor last month when she attended our training entitled Victim Rights in Washington State. I have been...

 

My door will always be open: Honeyford

On Jan. 1 the Washington State Redistricting Commission agreed on a plan that redraws legislative and congressional district boundaries throughout the state to better balance population numbers collec...

 

Glenwood Grange 94 treasurer retires after long tenure

Eighty-seven year old Lela Ward of Glenwood has retired as treasurer of Glenwood Grange 94 after 51 years of dedicated service. Lela joined the...

 

Former East end resident, Runyan, remembered

Mrs. June Marie Shannon (Darrell) Runyan passed away in California, Jan. 6, 2012. She was a former resident of the Cleveland and Bickleton area. June was born June 26, 1926, to parents Hazel Boyd...

 

Lyle Middle School holds Spirit Week; winners announced

The Lady Sundowners monthly luncheon met at the BBQ Restaurant in The Dalles. Meals shared with great friends and colleagues make for a good time, well spent with shared stories and lots of laughter....

 

Home & Garden show gearing up for fourth year

Maybe winter is finally on it’s way. What do you think? The president of Soroptimist International of Goldendale, Barb Robinson, would like to once again thank the knitters and generous people of...

 

Monterey tacos, fundraiser for equestrian club

Goldendale High School’s Equestrian Club is sponsoring a Monterey Taco Dinner this Friday, Jan. 20. The event will be held from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the American Legion, located at the corner of...

 

Goldendale women to travel to Africa, will teach disabled women

Two Goldendale women, Eva Reynolds and Joyce Chiles, will be flying to Sierra Leone, Africa in March to teach vocational skills to disabled women. In...

 

Get a birds-eye view of national symbol at TD Dam

How often have you seen a bald eagle, our nation’s symbol? Have you ever seen more than bald eagle at a time? We have just the place to see these...

 

State Parks offer 10 free days - no Discover pass needed

Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission recently announced that Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, was the first of 10 State Parks “free days,” in 2012, when the Discover Pass will not be...

 

EDC discusses events, projects for city

The Economic Development Committee (EDC), an informal gathering of City of Goldendale officials, the Greater Goldendale Chamber of Commerce, and private individuals, reports there is interest in the...

 

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