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Articles from the February 13, 2013 edition

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State parks’ funding salvation

Officials at Washington State Parks are observing the system’s 100th birthday this year, but some have warned that, after over a decade of budget cuts, the state’s 138 parks are in danger of...

 

Vietnam veterans may get their ‘Day’with House committee approval

After what some felt was moving testimony about the realities experienced by military veterans was delivered by Vietnam Veteran Gill Calac Wednesday, the House Government Operations and Elections...

 

Dinner and talent show to benefit local cancer patients

Goldendale Middle School’s National Junior Honor Society is hosting a benefit spaghetti dinner for Darcie Reed, Lynn Halm, and Beverly Linde on Feb. 28, at 5:30 p.m. Funds raised will go to Celilo...

 

Niether rain nor sleet

Three local United States Post Office employees were recognized for their many years of service on Monday, Feb. 11, in a ceremony at the Goldendale...

 

Gardening workshop will teach how to extend growing season

The public is invited to a workshop this Saturday on growing produce with low tunnels. The workshop is a hands-on presentation by Tobiah Israel and will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the...

 

East District Court

January 8 •Louie Lyle White: Vehicle Prowling 2 (11/19/12), Criminal Trespass 2 (11/19/12); Count one dismissed, guilty plea to count two, 90 days/89 susp., fines/fees $443, 24 month bench...

 

Goldendale surprises, sends trio of juniors to mat classic

Dean Enstad, Kyle Wilkins and Zach Cully are headed to State. There have been great stories about the Goldendale wrestling teams over the past few...

 

Knights come from behind to finish Sunnyside Christian

Lyle-Wishram and Sunnyside Christian locked horns for the fourth time last Friday in the championship round of the District 5, 1B tournament in...

 

North of Falcon Salmon fishery discussions begin Mar. 1

Anglers, commercial fishers and others interested in Washington state salmon fisheries can get a preview of this year’s salmon returns and potential fishing seasons during a public meeting on March...

 

Goldendale schools on soft lock-down

The Goldendale Middle and Primary schools were on soft-lock for much of today (Thursday), as school officials and police dealt with a domestic squabble that threatened to spill over to the schools....

 

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