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Articles from the January 29, 2014 edition

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Mitten Tree warms up Head Start

The Goldendale Soroptimist Club distributed mittens and winter hats to children at the Goldendale Head Start Monday after another Mitten Tree drive he...

 

Centerville School programs keep kids current

The 69 students attending the Centerville School hear it often: "You are held to a higher standard at Centerville School." Kristen Cameron,...

 

Frozen lines keeping PUD busy

The problem: hoarfrost, caused when slow-moving warm air migrates upward and gets cooler, creating ice crystals that build up and stick to power...

 

Olympia round-up

Rebecca Gourley, WNPA Olympia News Service Discover Pass revenue is going up, but not fast enough. With the general fund money gap, it's hard to keep...

 

Police: vehicle prowls are on the rise

Goldendale Police have noticed an up-tick in vehicle prowls with a different twist, lately. Prowlers have been going through glove compartments and stealing documents, including registration and...

 

Phlebotomy class earns certificates

Gorge Occupational Health LLC has awarded certificates for Basic Phlebotomy Skills class. The Basic Phlebotomy Skills Class began in October and completed in December. The class is taught one night a...

 

Valentine's run/walk in The Dalles

A 3K, 5K, 10K run/walk will be held in The Dalles on Saturday, Feb. 8. The event is a fundraiser for Colonel Wright Elementary Physical Education and Jumpstart Summer Basketball Scholarship program....

 

Tax time again

Kerry Bodily Tax Service is celebrating their fifth consecutive year of tax service for Washington residents and all states. Bodily is a registered...

 

Donna Walston

Donna Lorraine Walston, 83, passed away Jan. 21, 2014 in The Dalles, Oregon.  She was born in Deadwood, South Dakota on June 9, 1930 to Ella R. (Geary) and Marshall W. Lanegan. The family moved to... Full story

 

Jerry Wilson

Jerry Lee Wilson, 74, of Goldendale died Dec. 12, 2014, at home. Mr. Wilson was born in Mound City, Mo., and served in the Marines and Coast Guard.... Full story

 

Virginia Neal

God has called home the last of a pair of his favored angels. Tuesday the 14th of January at 11:05 a.m. Virginia Lee Neal passed from this earth into... Full story

 

Lori Baranovich

Lori Kay Baranovich passed away unexpectedly at home in Goldendale, on Jan. 17, 2014. She was born in Seattle, WA on Feb. 18, 1963 to Richard and Beverly Baranovich. She graduated from Hillsboro High... Full story

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – January 30, 1964 • Plans of Main Street retail merchants for a lighted advertising sign, to be mounted across Columbia Ave. at the Main Street intersection, were explained to the...

 

How to do something about the flu besides talk about it

Welcome to For Your Health, a new column written monthly by the Community Health division of the Klickitat County Health Department (KCHD). Our goal for this column is to share wellness tips, updates...

 

Wrong guys on the street

To the Editor: As I understand the problem, the current Klickitat County Sheriff was elected years ago and inherited a contract for specific services from his predecessor. This contract was not...

 

Goldendale is a helpful town

To the Editor: My wife and I had no intention of stopping in Goldendale late Friday afternoon, Jan. 17, on our way from Vancouver to East Wenatchee, but an overheated engine caused by radiator...

 

TL Fair board seeks to fill vacancies soon

Lots of stuff is happening in Trout Lake, despite the gloomy, dry chilly weather. I wonder if we will ever have any precipitation this winter. At the December meeting the Trout Lake Community Council...

 

Meeting Monday to discuss local tourism

Another meeting for the “Cherry Orchard Trail” met with similar past outcomes of pros and cons. The meeting was disrupted several times when tempers surfaced and flared as each side expressed...

 

HUGS Fair set for March 8 in White Salmon

Local families and children alike will once again have the chance to enjoy the HUGS Fair on March 8, at Henkle Middle School in White Salmon. This lively and fun filled event will be held from 10...

 

Lady Pirates fend off fourth quarter rally by Vandals

For awhile, it looked like Bickleton's girls might have solved their shooting woes as they started quickly against Klickitat and held on for a 49-47...

 

Roberts rains threes on Vandals for win

Troy Roberts was on fire at Klickitat, Friday as the Pirates defeated the Vandals 51-34. It was a welcomed hot shooting night for the Pirates in...

 

Knights stave off Cougar upset bid in decisive third quarter

After a quarter of play, upset was in the air at Lyle as the Lyle-Wishram Cougars held a 15-12 lead over Sunnyside Christian. In fact, the Knights...

 

Lady Wolves win one, let another slip away in split with Warriors and Scotties

Goldendale’s Lady Timberwolves had a gut-check 43-37 win to complete the season sweep over Cle Elum-Roslyn, Friday night. The Wolves were down by just three points, 18-15 at the half, but were...

 

Slow starts plague Wolves, stuck at one win

Goldendale lost games to Cle Elum-Roslyn and Highland in a familiar fashion last weekend, falling behind early then playing their opponent even to the end. Cle Elum jumped on top 22-6 on their home...

 

Wolves win three matches at Zillah, pin loss on Cle Elum

They didn't win many matches, but when the Timberwolf wrestlers did win at Zillah, they won big. Reggie Sargeant pinned his opponent, Augustine...

 

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