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Articles from the January 22, 2020 edition

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Toss Products

After opening Toss Products LLC to promote Paint Plates™ recycled paper palettes in 2018, Felicia Gray's idea for a disposable paper palette for...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 22, 2020

Browning Fire Extinguishers

First there was Bob Browning, who started the Browning Fire Extinguisher company in Goldendale in the 1980s. Then came Dan Chapman, who ran it for...

 

Wild Daffodil

Goldendale has needed a sewing shop for quite some time now, ever since Nettie Browning closed her store outside of town several years ago. We now...

 

GOP bill aims to guarantee $30 car tabs

As Initiative 976, the car tabs measure approved by voters in November, is held up in the State Supreme Court, Republicans proposed laws that would guarantee the $30 car tabs Washington voters...

 
 By LEONA VAUGHNN    News    January 22, 2020

Law would add fee for plastic bags

In an attempt to reduce plastic pollution, a bill banning retailers from handing out free single-use plastic bags in the state of Washington is moving in the Legislature. The bill, SB 5323, was...

 

Gun rights activists rally at Capitol

On what turned out to be a cold and rainy day, nearly 150 people from across Washington gathered Jan. 17 on the state Capitol steps in support of...

 

House unanimously approves Mosbrucker bill

A measure from Rep. Gina Mosbrucker that would create a Joint Legislative Task Force to identify the role of the workplace in helping to curb...

 

WSU Conference brings women in agriculture together

On Saturday, Jan. 25, the 2020 Women in Agriculture Conference will offer women in Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Montana, Alaska and Hawaii a unique opportunity to gather in three different locations...

 

June Allen

June Roberta Allen, 87, passed away at her home in White Salmon, Washington, on Jan. 1, 2020. She was born on April 8, 1932, in Moxee, Washington, to... Full story

 

Leon Hensley

Leon Fulton Hensley, 66, passed away at his home in Goldendale on Jan. 7, 2020. He was born in Charlottesville, Virginia on Sept. 19, 1953, to Doris... Full story

 

Looking Back

January 4, 1940 - 80 Years Ago If newspapers computed their years as humans do and Washington was California, The Sentinel would take a hitch in its belt today, blow out the 61 candles on its...

 

Candidates forum slated

Three primary candidates competing to represent the Democrats in this year’s election for the Washington State Third Congressional District will participate in a forum 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 30,...

 

Kindness is what we need in this new year

We’ve welcomed a brand-new decade, chosen those new calendars, made the list of resolutions or goals for this year, starting, as always with high hopes and dreams of making life better. You might...

 

Letters from the Community

Board and superintendent are caving The Goldendale school bureaucracy could place students and parents under the big guns of the sexual identity lobby. That it will be imposed by officials whose...

 

Four girls in winter volleyball

Kinley Troh, a 2019 graduate of Glenwood High School and daughter of Toni and Bill Troh, has made the President’s List for fall quarter at Columbia Basin College. Students who earn 12 credits or...

 

Correct contact info

In checking my column in both county newspapers last week, I found that I erred in giving you my new contact information that would enable you to get me any newsy items about your upcoming...

 

League of Women Voters meets

On Monday, Jan. 27, the newly formed League of Women Voters of Klickitat and Skamania Counties will hold their first educational event of the year, on the 2020 Census and Redistricting. The featured...

 

Dean's List activity

Emily Hanson of Goldendale has been named to the Dean’s List at College of the Sciences in Ellensburg, Washington, by Tim Englund, dean of the college. In a letter to Hanson, Englund wrote, “Your...

 

Sheriff's office hosts Search & Rescue volunteer appreciation dinner

Last Tuesday, Klickitat County Undersheriff Mike Kallio thanked the Klickitat County Search & Rescue (SAR) volunteers at the annual appreciation...

 

Legals for 01/22/20

SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR LINCOLN COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate No. 19 4 00060 22 of PROBATE NOTICE TO NEIL A. VAN AELST, CREDITORS RCW 11.40.030 Deceased The Personal Representative...

 

Lawmakers move to limit companies that trade data

Washington lawmakers have proposed groundbreaking legislation that aims to give consumers more control over their digitally collected personal data and image. Senate Bill 6281, or the Washington...

 

Industry leaders worry clean-fuel program could hurt economy

Democrats in the state Legislature are backing bills aimed at reducing carbon emissions and pollutants put into the atmosphere by transportation fuels with the goal of achieving a 95% reduction in...

 
 By LEONA VAUGHNN    News    January 22, 2020

Governor talks up state's positives, notes areas to improve

Gov. Jay Inslee stood before the Washington Legislature to deliver his 2020 State of the State Address on Tuesday, Jan. 14. “Washington state indeed embodies the best in America,” Gov. Inslee...

 
 By Edith Gidley    News    January 22, 2020

Making the most of what he's given

In many ways, Matt Chiles, is a remarkable man. A Renaissance Man. With a friendly manner and sparkling blue eyes, he draws you into his plans for...

 

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