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 By Kelly Shipp    News    January 30, 2013

City starts over on rentals ordinance

The Goldendale city council meeting last Tuesday had standing room only as many landlords of Goldendale came out to protest the recent proposed city...

 
 By Kelly Shipp    News    January 30, 2013

Assessor’s Office defends number of appeals

This is part two of the feature on the Klickitat County Assessor’s Office. Part one ran in last week’s paper. If you missed it, you can find it at...

 
 By Kelly Shipp    News    January 30, 2013

Assessor fields questions at Chamber lunch

Klickitat County Assessor Darlene Johnson spoke at the Goldendale Chamber of Commerce Luncheon on Thursday, discussing her soon-to-be-released taxes payable report, the new windmill depreciation...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 30, 2013

Union rejects KVH request for employee wage freezes

An employee representative for Service Employees International Union (SEIU) working at Klickitat Valley Health (KVH) issued a statement Monday indicating the union was rejecting the hospital’s...

 

Photo business moves to roomier quarters

Golden Photo Services, a photography studio/gallery and custom framing studio, moved this week into a larger studio located at 105 West Main....

 

Steven Frank Burnet

Steven Frank Burnet, 72, a longtime Sherman County rancher from Moro died January 19, 2013 at Legacy Hopewell House Hospice in Portland. He was born... Full story

 

Bill McCardell

Longtime Goldendale resident John William “Bill” McCardell passed away peacefully at his home, with family at his side on January 25, 2013... Full story

 

Hazel Gennrich

Hazel Myers (Telford) Gennrich Hazel passed away quietly on Jan. 23, 2013 at the Oregon Veterans’ Home in The Dalles, Ore. Born on July 20, 1918 near Enterprise, Ore., in the Wallowa Mountains of... Full story

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago-January 31, 1963 • Klickitat County Commissioners voted Monday to change the speed limit on one portion of country road from 35 to 45 miles per hour, effective as soon as signs can be...

 

Wade Ryan Akins

Wade Ryan Akins was born Aug. 9, 2012 at 6:43 p.m., to Rick Akins and Brenna Coma at MCMC in The Dalles, Oregon. He weighed 7 pounds 10.7 ounces and...

 

Palacz-Shamek Engagement

Richard and Ruth Palacz of Zillah announce the engagement of their daughter, Stephanie Palacz to Brian Shamek. Brian is the son of Edward and...

 

Schools could use a School Resource Officer program

At the last Java Talk community discussion, talk centered for a time on school safety. “Have the schools been talking a little bit more about making them any safer?” one participant asked....

 

More controls won’t cure violence

To the Editor: Over 55 million people killed, slaughtered, murdered, and Obama doesn’t say a thing. In fact, he supports it, and not only that, he uses our tax money to kill more babies. They call...

 

Mitten Tree keeps folks warm

To the Editor: I appreciate The Sentinel for continuing to host the Mitten Tree at The Sentinel office from Thanksgiving through the New Year, for many years now. The 2012 Mitten Tree was dedicated...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    January 30, 2013

Washington elected president, world’s first musician joke

Jan. 30: 1835—Andrew Jackson becomes the first president who is the target of an assassination. Born: Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882). Died; Dead End Kid Henry Richard “Huntz” Hall (1999)....

 

Cabin fever? Festival set for Feb. 9-10

Suddenly Trout Lake is a busy place with a lot to write about this week. Feast or famine is what they say. I much prefer a feast of news items, makes it so much easier to write the column. Spirit...

 

OLESS potluck, planning meeting Feb. 4 at Lyle Activity Center

Start your new year off right by joining your fellow Lyleites at their Feb 4, Old Lyle Elementary School Supporters (OLESS) meeting. This month there will be a potluck followed by their annual...

 

Glenwood students plan

Glenwood High School students will be working on their 2013 Service Learning Project during the month of February. Part of their project includes a clothing drive from Feb. 6 through 20. Donations of...

 

Changes coming to Aimee’s Attic

Aimee from Aimee’s Attic admits that these tough economic times have not spared the small businesses. “We needed to do something different or close the doors” said Aimee. “Facing this fact I...

 

GMS competes in Oregon robotics competition

The Hard CORE Athletibots from Goldendale Middle School (GMS) competed at the Oregon State First Lego League finals on Saturday, Jan. 19, at Liberty...

 

Knife sharpening to benefit KVH

The opportunity to refurbish carving knives from the holiday grind and at the same time, contribute to the drive to buy a digital mammography instrument at Klickitat Valley Health will present itself...

 

B bracket set, Bickleton girls, TLG boys are in

Wednesday playoff games were averted, Tuesday when the Yakama Tribal girls defeated TLG 67-32 and the TLG boys worked their way into the post-season...

 

Lady Wolves upset Granger

Hanging onto a thread of playoff hope, Goldendale’s Lady Timberwolves stepped onto the home court to take on unbeaten and highly regarded Granger,...

 

Denney scores 34 in loss to Granger

The play of Granger’s Christian Ochoa spurred the Spartans to a second half come-from-behind win over Goldendale, overshadowing a fantastic night of shooting by Lucas Denney. Ochoa took it upon...

 

Cougars gain confidence and give Knights a scare in overtime game

Lyle-Wishram coach, Scott Myers firmly believed his team could beat Sunnyside Christian this year. His team was full of senior talent and the Knights had a coaching change and just seemed to have some...

 

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