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Articles from the February 1, 2012 edition

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Lulu

This is Lulu, she's about 2 years old. She needs to go to home where she is the only dog. She was a stray so Dogs of the Gorge has no idea how she is...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    February 1, 2012

Getting power to the people

For additional photos provided by KPUD click here (external link). Goldendale was without power for a few hours on one day during the big storm of...

 

Keep safe and prepared for any emergency

With the recent storms and resultant power outages, residents of Klickitat County have first-hand experience with being ready (or not) for this type of emergency. The Klickitat County Health...

 

KVH to hold meeting on future of Golden View Terrace

The Board of Commissioners of Klickitat County Public Hospital District 1 Monday announced it will convene a special Meeting on Monday, Feb. 6, at 6 p.m. in Klickitat Valley Health’s (KVH)...

 

Mayor intervenes in custody dispute over dog

A dog at the center of heated emotions in the community, with two sets of owners seeking to retain custody of her, was returned Friday to the original...

 

Library celebrates 100 years as a resource

Not many people realize how big of a resource a community library is until they need it for something, such as research or job hunting. Naomi Fisher,...

 

This week's most wanted

The Goldendale Police are looking for Jeremy Prante. Prante, 33, is wanted for residential burglary, first degree theft, and four counts of firearm...

 

Avice Clarke

Avice Clarke was born May 17, 1900 in England. She passed away Jan. 17, 2012 in Placerville, California. A supercentenarian, Avice was the 47th... Full story

 

Cynthia Kemp Woodruff

Cynthia Lea Kemp was born in Goldendale, Washington on Feb. 6, 1957. She graduated from Goldendale High School and later worked for Klickitat County... Full story

 

Ellen Smith

Ellen Christine Smith passed away at her home in Goldendale Jan. 17, 2012 at the age of 68. She was born Dec. 21, 1943 in Morehouse, Missouri. Mrs.... Full story

 

Leslie Bradley

Leslie Vernon Bradley, Jr. was born to Delores (Clark) and Leslie Bradley, Sr. in Goldendale, Wash., on May 5, 1964. He graduated from Goldendale High School in 1982 and went on to Columbia Basin... Full story

 

Lord presents trip to Antarctica at library slide show

On Monday, Feb. 6, the Goldendale Library will host a Travel Series Slideshow with local traveler and presenter Mary Jean Lord.  Antarctica: The Last Unspoiled Continent will feature large-screen...

 

Eagle and raptor viewing at The Dalles Dam rescheduled for Saturday, Feb. 4

The eagles are here! Bad weather caused the first event to be canceled, but the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has rescheduled The Dalles Dam Bald Eagle Watch for Saturday, Feb. 4, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m...

 

Looking Back

25 Years Ago- January 29, 1987 • The Goldendale Chamber of Commerce is still selling its bricks, and they’re well on their way to funding Vern Markee Park. According to Chamber Manager Pam Baldwin...

 

Get out and vote (again), this time for the school levy

Those familiar yellow and pink envelopes are back in the mail. Aside from the question of how this color scheme was determined, the ballot for this...

 

We need to know

To the Editor: The people of Goldendale have a right to know: 1. What are the expenses of the new police building costing the people of Goldendale? 2. How did the purchase of the new police building...

 

People need to do for themselves

To the Editor: Snow has covered the earth, and the animals and birds still need food to survive. It brings to my thoughts the words of Jesus when he made known how our Heavenly Father feeds even the...

 

The fleecing of Goldendale’s elderly

To the Editor: I sit and wonder sometimes what exactly is going on in this community. I moved here many years ago, and I remember listening to the talk radio discuss how the City of Goldendale was in...

 

Pick up after your dogs

To the Editor: I am a home owner and I have dogs, so I really don’t like to complain, but—enough is enough. The city had our streets paved and sidewalks put in to help clean up our town. The...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    February 1, 2012

Berlin bombed, first paper money, YMCA

Feb. 1: 1790—The Supreme Court convenes for the first time. The court consists of six judges. 1960—In Greensboro, N.C., four black students stage the first sit-in at a segregated lunch counter. 20...

 

Residents glad to have power restored

By this time, I hope you have all dug out from the winter storm. Wow…it’s been quite awhile since we were without power for more than five days. A...

 

Budget cut brings end to community newsletter

Readers take heed…those dreaded scammers are out and about. One of our local residents got a phone call that she had just won the Publisher’s Clearinghouse Sweepstakes and they were presently...

 

Community spirit alive and well in Trout Lake

The massive and tenacious storm has finally gone and the power is back on, everything is open and life is good again.  It was a unique experience. To quote a Trout Lake resident speaking about the...

 

Food bank in need of donations; Chamber plans town meeting

Did you know that the Primary School has a weekly live news broadcast with students as reporters? They also have a student-led awards assembly that is held monthly to focus on the seven habits of...

 

Scores and schedule for Jan. 30 - Feb. 7

Boys' basketball Sunnyside Christian 59 Bickleton 22 Zillah 54 Goldendale 52 Bickleton 42 TLG 36 Lyle-Wishram 53 Yakama Tribal 40 Bickleton at Pasco sophomores - Feb. 2 Naches Valley 64 Goldendale 46...

 

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