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SMASHING SUCCESS:

Klickitat Valley Health's 4th Annual Wear Red Fashion Show was expanded this year to a larger venue at the Goldendale Grange and featured student...

 

Art Guild holds elections

The Golden Art Guild plans to hold elections for new officers tomorrow. The move comes on the heels of a packed meeting recently to discuss the future of the organization after it closed its art...

 

Lyle School District charts new path

A transformation is taking place at Lyle Schools. Following years of turmoil, the school seems to be recovering from the brink of disaster. In 2012,...

 

Fahlenkamps' Hornibrook Farm named Centennial

A good piece of farmland is likely to stay in the family. That's one conclusion of a look at longtime farm families in Washington state, including...

 

Mountain snow pack looks good

Even with slightly above normal temperatures, winter has built up on an already substantial snowpack in Washington State throughout the month of January. Water year precipitation also remains well...

 
 By Izumi Hansen    News    February 17, 2016

Senate rejects bill repealing state rule on transgender use of restrooms

The Senate Wednesday rejected 25-24 a bill that would repeal a rule affirming that people can use restrooms and locker rooms that match their gender identity. The Washington State Human Rights...

 

Margaret Ann Koreski

Margaret Ann Koreski died on February 12th, 2016 due to heart surgery complications, surrounded by her husband, children, and grandchild. Margie was...

 

Albert Floyd Smith

Albert Floyd Smith, age 86, passed away January 10, 2016 at Garden Village in Yakima. He was born on a Friday, Dec. 13, 1929 in Noland Sanitarium in C...

 

Engaged

Kirt and Lisa O'Leary of Centerville would like to announce the engagement of their daughter Kailyn Elizabeth O'Leary to Gregory Chad Heinen. Greg is...

 

CARRIER EXTRAORDINAIRE

Lucy Letson is a carrier for The Sentinel and joined the company in 2007. "I found out about the job from my best friend, Emily Randall," she...

 

Scholarships for women and students available

Elks Lodge #1868 and The Ladies of the Elks have scholarships to give away. The deadline to apply is March 4. The Elks scholarship is for graduating seniors who plan to attend a vocational school or...

 

Secret of great fishing is don't swallow your bait

The temperature had been around 20 degrees below zero for a couple of days, and that meant just one thing to most of our scouts—ice fishing. With temperatures that low, we could be assured that the...

 

The price of theft is shame

To the Editor: Charity, in its truest form is quiet giving, good deeds done without expectations of a thank you. Carlos Perez at his body shop is that kind of charitable man. Knowing that someone has...

 

New winery tasting room opens in Lyle

At least 50 well-wishers were on hand to witness the ribbon cutting ceremony at the Tetrahedron Winery tasting room in beautiful downtown Lyle. With 3...

 

Fundraising dinner for Glenwood resident set

Several fun events were on the calendar last week in celebration of Cupid’s holiday. The Glenwood Homemakers and their honeys enjoyed a nice dinner and games during their Valentine’s party held...

 

TLABA meets on grant applications

The Trout Lake Area Business Association (TLABA) grant applications will be discussed at their annual meeting 7:30 p.m. next Monday, Feb. 22 at the Trout Lake Grange. Please submit grant...

 

Spring sky will feature five planets

Welcome to March. The year's third month brings warmer temperatures, the vernal equinox, and the closest approach to Earth for the solar system's...

 

Plan to get your thumbs green March 5

“ Grow For It” a new mentor program for those interested in learning from experienced gardeners, produce growers and horticulturists via “hands in the dirt” methods will host an Open House...

 

From the best seat in the house

Congratulations to Zane Cully for his Regional championship in wrestling. It had to be particularly nice for Zane when he defeated Chase Pidgeon, of...

 

Zane Cully wins Regional, four Timberwolves advance to State

Zane Cully is the Regional champion for District 5 wrestling at 182 pounds and will lead a group of four Timberwolves to Mat Classic this weekend....

 

Lady Cougars eliminate Bickleton, one game away from Regionals

Lyle-Wishram overcame a slow start to run away with the elimination game in the girls' District tournament, Saturday. After scoring just two points...

 

Pirates eliminate Cougars, Eagles stun Knights at District tourney in Goldendale

Bickleton beat Lyle-Wishram in all facets of the game for a 64-28 win in the elimination round of the District 5, 1B playoffs, Saturday. Nathan...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - February 17, 1966 Carrying on a 4th generation tradition of cattle production is Richard Lefever, a sophomore in the local FFA chapter. Richard’s Hereford cattle interest began...

 

Greater Columbia Gorge League All Opponents Teams

Voted by league coaches and include players of the year....

 

McCabe's Travis Alert bill passes House, moves to Senate

A bill that would aid first responders in helping individuals with special needs in emergencies passed the House today 96- 1. Rep. Gina McCabe, R-Goldendale, sponsored the legislation, called the”Tr...

 

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