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 By Kelly Shipp    News    February 6, 2013

Wolves may be making their way into county

A group of Klickitat County members of the Washington Cattlemen’s Association (WCA) yesterday attended the House Agriculture and Natural Resource...

 

School district to hold next meeting on safety, uniforms, possible bond

The Goldendale School District (GSD) holds a Goldendale Way meeting on Monday, Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. On the agenda for the meeting will be a conversation about school safety...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    February 6, 2013

Several positions coming up for election this year

With the departure of Goldendale city council member Mindy Jackson this week, there will be a new face on the council soon—and four other council positions are up for election this year. The city...

 

Knife sharpener donating proceeds for digital mammography

Local knife-sharpening expert Don McManman is undoing dull blades from all around town for a good cause this month. “We need a digital mammography...

 

Women in Agriculture conference coming to Goldendale

Women farmers in Washington State will have the unique opportunity to participate in an agriculture workshop offering inspirational speaker, practical advice on how to improve management skills and...

 

Goldendale Police dealt with more theft and property damage issues in 2012 vs 2011

The Goldendale Police have provided a summary of their activity for 2012 and the numbers look very similar to 2011’s data. The data shows an...

 

Police pressure suspicious characters

The Goldendale Police have been putting added emphasis toward stopping the thefts and burglaries that have been plaguing the area in recent months. Included in the effort are night-time stops to quest...

 

Jeffrey Dean Eiesland

Jeffrey Dean Eiesland was born on September 21, 1960 to Robert and Delores Eiesland in Vancouver, WA, and passed away on January 29, 2013. In 1973 Jef...

 

Evelyn Jean Freer

Evelyn Jean Freer passed away in Selah, Washington on January 31, 2013 at the age of 71. She was born in Brush, Colorado on November 11, 1941 to Iva (Young) and Lloyd William Smith. On July 4, 1969,...

 

Howard Parker

Howard Martin Parker was born to Bertha (Keister) and Glen Albert Parker on August 9, 1915 in Oso, Washington. He passed away in The Dalles, Oregon...

 

Timothy White

Timothy was born to Jimmy R. and Ilene M. White Jan. 16, 1961 in Goldendale, Wash., and passed away in Great Falls, Mont., Aug. 28, 2012. Tim moved with his family to Olympia, Wash., in 1963, where...

 

Robert H. Juris

Robert (Bob) H. Juris age 82, longtime Roosevelt, Washington rancher climbed his last mountain on Friday, February 1, 2013. Bob was proud to be a...

 

Brynn Matsen

Memorial services for Brynn Matsen will be held on Saturday, Feb. 9, 11 a.m. at the Bickleton Evangelical Community Church. Viewing and visitation is on Friday, Feb. 8, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Smith...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago-February 7, 1963 • Mrs. Stanley Krusow reports, from High Prairie, that when returning home late Thursday eve from The Dalles hospital, where she had spent time with Mr. Krusow, that he...

 

Michael Lauff Jr.

Michael Tucker Lauff Jr. was born Oct. 6, 2012, at 10:26 a.m. to Michael Lauff and Chelsie Hand at Mid Columbia Medical Center in The Dalles. He...

 

Partlow-Fahlenkamp Engagement

Chuck and Grace Partlow of Goldendale have announced the engagement of their daughter, Rachel Partlow to Trampas Fahlenkamp. Rachel is a 2002...

 

Wolves and criminals often run in similar kinds of packs

Can you believe it? One twelfth of the year is already gone! Pretty soon we’ll be watching fireworks on the Fourth of July. If you haven’t taken...

 
 By Bill Troh    Opinion    February 6, 2013

Criminals don’t obey laws

To the Editor: We need stiffer gun laws to take guns out of the hands of criminals? How does this statement make any sense? A criminal breaks laws—what law or how many laws could be passed to take g...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    February 6, 2013

Chattanooga Choo Choo, North Korea hacks NRA list

Feb. 6: 1778—France formally recognizes the U.S. with the signing of the Treaty of Amity and Commerce and the Treaty of Alliance in Paris. 1933—The 20th Constitutional Amendment is adopted so the...

 

Free tax assistance available; Shrove Tuesday pancake supper Feb. 12

It’s time to pay your dues to Uncle Sam. The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide offers free help for people with limited incomes. Free tax assistance will be available in Goldendale but you must call Senior...

 

Dedicated stitching

88-Year old Catherine Krause is making quilts to send to Romania and Ukraine in support of Dr. Jim Ogden’s annual optometric mission trip. The...

 

Services set for Juris, Matsen

Our community extends sympathy to the families of Bob Juris and Brynn Matsen. Services for Bob are at 10 a.m. at Smith’s Funeral home in Sunnyside on Thursday with lunch to follow in the Lodge Hall...

 

Donate formal gowns to Abby’s Closet

My last week’s column about the school levy was a bit confusing to a reader as to what I meant about a “financial crisis” if it failed. What I explained to the party, and will now to you, is thi...

 

Community network works to reduce ACEs

Four ACEs may be good in poker, but in a young person’s life they can reduce their chances of becoming a healthy, successful adult. ACEs are Adverse Childhood Experiences. A growing body of...

 

White Salmon River is one of top destinations for 2013

Vernazza, Italy. Koh Phangan, Thailand. Constantia, South Africa. Waiheke, New Zealand. The White Salmon River, United States of America. What do all...

 

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