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United Way packets available, Feb. 12 deadline to apply

The 2015 United Way of the Columbia Gorge (UWCG) Allocations Application Packets will be available through Feb. 12, 2015 from the United Way of the Columbia Gorge office. Any non-profit 501(c)(3)...

 

East District Court

January 15 • Tabetha L. Forester: Oper. Motor Veh. w/o Ins. (11/17/14); committed, fine $400. • Addison Erik Lafazio: Speeding 14MPH Over Limit (12/22/14); committed, fine $100. • Arturo...

 

The train still runs in Goldendale: the K&W Model Railroad Club then and now

Once upon a time, Goldendale ran passenger trains to and from Portland, showing its guests the beautiful fall colors of the Gorge in September. When...

 

From the best seat in the house

Many people hate change. I am not one of them. I love change. But, I had mixed feelings when I saw what Highland basketball has become. Not so much the players or the playing, but the home support,...

 

Playoff run heats up for Gorge girls

None of the other Greater Columbia Gorge League teams have threatened to knock off Sunnyside Christian this year, but a battle is brewing among the ne...

 

Lady Timberwolves struggling to find ways to score

The Goldendale girls' basketball ball team's offense went into a tailspin this weekend with losses to La Salle 37-18 and Highland 28-27. With just thr...

 

Pirates fend off Vandal rally for much needed league win

Klickitat's Scotty Harrington brought the crowd to their feet with his buzzer beating three point shot to close out the third quarter and bring the...

 

Grapplers split double dual, fifth as team at Stevenson

Goldendale wrestlers split their dual matches last week, defeating Highland 42-34 and losing to league powerhouse Naches Valley 66-18. The Wolves got...

 

Wolves without a win to show for moments of great play

Goldendale showed some flash on Saturday at Highland, but were unable to secure their first league win as the Scotties' Austin McWain seemed to knife...

 

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