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 By Lou Marzeles    News    February 13, 2013

Area veterans finally get full military honors

In a ceremony at the Goldendale American Legion Thursday, 21 military personnel from Bingen, Centerville, Dallesport, Goldendale, and White Salmon...

 
 By Deb Brumley    News    February 13, 2013

School meeting opens discussion on school uniforms, budget issues

The topics were many, but the discussion centered around one central issue at Monday’s Goldendale Way community meeting held in the Goldendale High...

 

'Wear Red' event focuses attention on heart disease

February brings to mind love, red, and hearts—which is exactly why Klickitat Valley Health (KVH) brought together the community for their annual...

 

Sentinel reporter changes

The month of February brings changes to the newsroom staff of The Goldendale Sentinel. Kelly Shipp, freelance news reporter, leaves the community at the end of the month for Agua Dulce, Calif., where...

 

Bus tour groups could come to Goldendale for package travel

Melody Johnson says tour buses could be pulling into Goldendale in 12 to 18 months from now. She should know. Johnson is president of Falcon’s Crest...

 

SBDC offers free Quickbooks class

The Small Business Development Center is offering a free class on “Understanding Your Business Financial Statements,” Thursday, Feb. 21, from 6 p.m.to 8:30 p.m. at the Klickitat PUD Public...

 

Ray Anton “Tony” Mosbrucker

Tony Mosbrucker, 48, joined Christ on Sunday, February 3, 2013. Tony was born on October 27, 1964 in Sacramento, California. He was a Master... Full story

 

H. William “Bill” Schroder

H. William (Bill) Schroder was born September 20, 1935 in Glendale, Calif., to Madge Wheelock and Harold King. In 1944, Bill moved to the Schroder... Full story

 

Bonny Sue Bellamy Ramsey

Bonny Sue Bellamy Ramsey, 51, went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on January 29, 2013 after a 2 and a half-year battle with cancer. She... Full story

 

Dee Savage

Edith Delores Savage, known as Dee, passed away in Centerville on February 7, 2013 at the age of 78. She was born in Louisville, Kentucky on February 16, 1934 to Edna Louise (Vest) and Elmer King Jagg... Full story

 

Ex-rocker to lead revival meetings at The Barn

Australian-born evangelist, Frank Butler, was a rock musician who made recordings, TV appearances, and performed with artists such as Andy Gibb, Bee...

 

Medical myths can be as persistent as diseases

It’s been a tough year for public health. The U.S. is currently facing a particularly harsh influenza season, but this virus represents only one problematic pathogen. Another is the bacterium...

 

Time to screen for mental health

To the Editor: The thought of some angry and deranged person with a semi-automatic weapon in a crowd makes us recoil in horror, as we should. Even more so if the crowd is little innocent children. Wha...

 

Balanced package needs more

To the Editor: Maybe I have just lived too long, but historically, a balanced package to avoid the so-called “fiscal cliff” and “sequester” problems, lower unemployment, and eventually reduce...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    February 13, 2013

Remember the Maine, stamps in coils, Jefferson wins

Feb. 13: 1741—The American Magazine is published; it is America’s first magazine. It contains an ad showing how young men could earn money by selling “Grit.” 1937—This is an awful day in...

 

Planning now for spring tea March 23

The Ladies Spring Tea has been set for March 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the church. Mark your calendar. Richard and Cathy McBride of Quartzsite, Ariz., drove to Yuma to visit Tom and Linda Gray...

 

Dean and Clemmer hit 60

Well, after a major computer blowup the end of January, I’m back on line and have a few news items to share with you this week. Proud parents AJ and Amanda Justman announced the birth of their...

 

Impact Auto to open soon in Lyle

They are not open…Yet. Cris Lucatero has leased the service station and is remodeling it into his “Impact Automotive” business, which he assures all of his employees are Master Certified Auto Te...

 

Lyle students named to honor roll

Lyle Secondary School released the honor roll for the first semester, 2012-2013. Those making the grade include: High school – Honors (3.5-3.99 gpa): Jacob P. Armour, Chyadwick S. Miller, Jaryd J....

 

Home and Garden show taking shape, set for April 19-21

The Fifth Annual Goldendale Home and Garden Show is just around the corner. The Greater Goldendale Area Chamber of Commerce has been working on this year’s show since the day after last year’s...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago-February 14, 1963 • Dr. Neal Thompson, now at Sacaton, Arizona, will open offices in Goldendale in July of this year, he said last...

 

County tax districts adjust to change in wind values

The wind turbines that crown the hills to the south and east of Goldendale have been a contentious issue since they were first proposed, but recently...

 

KVH earns gold seal of accreditation for mammography

Klickitat Valley Health’s Diagnostic Imaging Department has been awarded a three-year term of accreditation in mammography as the result of a recent review by the American College of Radiology...

 

Raffle underway for Lynn Halm

Friends and family of local resident, Lynn Halm, have put together a raffle of generous proportions, and the community is invited to purchase tickets. All raffle proceeds will go to Halm, who is...

 

Hood River man dies in accident on SR141

A Hood River man was killed in a single vehicle accident on SR 141 around 1:30 p.m. on Saturday. The accident occured nine miles north of White Salmon. According to the State Patrol, Terry D....

 

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