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Twelfth man students

Goldendale High School students turned out in Seattle Seahawks colors and shirts last week to support the home team....

 

Group raising funds for vet to receive special chair

A coordinated campaign among regional groups is working to raise funds to buy a special wheelchair for a disabled veteran. The chair-actually two...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    February 5, 2014

Oath Keepers: stick to the constitution

Chet Biggerstaff has taken an oath. The Goldendale resident is a member of Oath Keepers, a nationwide organization that describes itself as a...

 

Gun debate headed to voters in November

A voter decision in November seems to be the only direction that the gun debate in Washington is heading. Lawmakers this week held hearings on two...

 
 By Don McManman    News    February 5, 2014

New farm bill passes

The U.S. House last week passed a farm bill that would continue many programs in Klickitat County. [Note: the Senate Tuesday also passed the bill; The Sentinel will have more on that next week.] But...

 

City council acts on plan

Passage of the updated Goldendale Comprehensive Plan was the chief agenda item for the Goldendale City Council at its Monday meeting. City administrator Larry Bellamy presented the revised plan,...

 

Conflict over health professionals training

Suicide is a leading cause of death in Washington, especially for veterans, and now lawmakers are considering an expansion for mandatory suicide-prevention training. The expansion includes chiropracto...

 

Frank Willis

Frank Willis, 63, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, at his home in Kalispell, Montana. Frank was born September 28, 1950 and was raised in Goldendale, Wash. He was active in the Future Farmers of...

 

Jerry Wilson

Jerry Wilson 74, born in Mounds City, Missouri to Forest and Grace Wilson on February 8, 1939, died on December 12, 2013 in his home. He was a long...

 

George Sanchey

George P. Sanchey (k'usi), 80, of Klickitat, WA was born March 6, 1933 in Wapato, WA, passed away January 22, 2014 in The Dalles, OR. He was Shawnee,...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – February 6, 1964 • Simcoe Pup – Gary Brokaw had a lot of girls heads turned in the opposite direction and Mrs. Linden had to take Craig Calvert’s pulse. In case you are...

 

Erland named KVH employee of the month

Congratulations to Angela Erland, RN at Klickitat Valley Health Family Practice Clinic. Angela has worked for KVH for 15 years, starting as a medical...

 

Marriage video conference Valentine weekend

Goldendale churches are sponsoring a special dinner on Feb. 14, at 6 p.m. at the Community Grace Brethren Church. The dinner will coincide with “Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage,” a marriage co...

 

If you lived in Denver, you'd be a lot worse off than here

Aren’t you glad you don’t live in Denver? Me, too, because if you did, you probably wouldn’t be reading The Sentinel. If you did live in...

 

So how do you make oatmeal?

To the Editor: The other day I said to no one in particular, “You know it takes a lot of work to keep a household going!” Being a spanking new widower, the load of doing all the chores around the...

 

FHF recipient of area kindess

To the Editor: Father’s House Fellowship appreciates all those people who have responded to the two articles about our ministry that were recently featured in the Goldendale Sentinel. We have...

 

Guard rail is great

To the Editor: This is to express appreciation to the county commissioners and the contractor for the excellent design and installing of the new guard rail on Wishram road and Boulder...

 

Lyle trails must stop

To the Editor: Dan Miller of the National Park Service (NPS) recently conducted a survey to determine how many Lyle area residents wanted more hiking trails. Friends of the Gorge (FOG) and DNR are...

 

Ladiges celebrates 90th birthday with more than 50 friends and family members

One of the nicest ladies you could ever hope to meet just celebrated her 90th birthday surrounded by family on Jan. 25. Fifty-one children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nephews, nieces and...

 

Fundraiser Friday for field trip to UW

Place a memo in your Ipad, for Feb. 7, from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Lyle Secondary School. There will be a full afternoon of basket ball and a fundraiser potato feed. JV guys start off at 4:30...

 

Friends of the Library seeks donations for winter book sale

The Friends of the Goldendale Community Library are currently seeking donations for their upcoming winter book sale. Donations of books, DVDs and jigsaw puzzles can be dropped off at the Library any...

 

They've got crab legs

Goldendale’s American Legion, Louis Leidl Post 116 will be serving up crab to members and guests at their annual Crab Feed Dinner on Saturday, Feb. 22, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The cost is $25 per...

 

Bickleton students named to honor roll

Bickleton School released the honor roll for the first semester of the 2013-14 school year. Included are: High School: (4.0 gpa) Kayli Berk, Rhys Chapman and Joseph Cummings; (3.75-3.99 gpa) Lacy...

 

Bizz-Buzz

New Digs: While many local residents were glued to their televisions, Sole to Soul Health Center was moving to a new location over the weekend. Sole...

 

Wolves close out season this weekend, honor seniors Saturday

Goldendale's basketball season will come to an end on Saturday on their home court as they host the Mabton Vikings. Boys and girls teams each lost...

 

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