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Articles from the February 20, 2019 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    February 20, 2019

Fire District burgled, has to borrow equipment

Someone who may be a serial fire station burglar has hit a Klickitat County Fire District 3 station repeatedly, most recently on Feb. 18 when he...

 

AG sends warning letter to state sheriffs

Washington's attorney general has stepped in with a warning to the more than half the state's county law enforcement officials who say they refuse to...

 

County to use new ballot counting system

When Klickitat County voters send in their next mail-in ballots, counting will be handled by the new Verity® Voting system from Hart InterCivic, an Austin-based election solutions innovator that...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    February 20, 2019

Herrera Beutler opposes national emergency to fund wall

U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler does not believe President Trump was right to declare a national emergency to secure funding for a wall along the...

 

Program offered to help spaying for low income families

This is the second part of a series on a unique feral cat spaying program called Pawsitivity. After the first article we wrote ran in The Sentinel, we were pleased with the response from the people...

 
 By Emma Epperly    News    February 20, 2019

Do law makers want to keep secrets?

Media organization representatives from across Washington lambasted proposed legislation that exempts the legislature from portions of the Public Records Act. As the proposed bill moves through the...

 

Goldendale FFA celebrates National FFA Week

The Goldendale Future Farmers of America (FFA) is participating in the 2019 National FFA week. The FFA Week embraces more than 91 years of FFA...

 

Bill seeks permanent solution to homeless crisis

A group of 11 Democratic lawmakers aims to address the rights of homeless people and their ability to survive in public. Rep. Mia Gregerson, D-Seatac, is the primary sponsor of House Bill 1591. The...

 

Lois (Crevling) Layman

Lois Mayre (Crevling) Layman left this world on Feb. 8, 2019, to join her Lord God and her dearly beloved husband, Jim, in Heaven. The youngest of... Full story

 

Larry Dale Luloff

Larry Dale Luloff was born Sept. 23, 1939 in the German corn belt of Waverly, Iowa. He grew up on a farm with parents Lawrence and Dorotha Luloff and... Full story

 

Edward Shamek

Edward B. Shamek was born to Edward and Beverly Shamek on July 5, 1933, in Renton, Washington. He died at his home on Feb. 15, 2019. After graduation from Renton High School, he worked as a choker set... Full story

 

Ann Farley Stenbom

Ann Farley Stenbom, 71, passed away at Mid-Columbia Medical Center in The Dalles, Oregon on Feb. 7, 2019. She was born on August 16, 1947 to Leon Roy and Marie (Beal) Farley in Susanville,... Full story

 

Linda Lou Foreman

Linda Lou Foreman of Goldendale died on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019 in Yakima, Washington.... Full story

 

Goldendale FBLA competes

The Goldendale FBLA Chapter competed at the Southeast FBLA Regionals in Kennewick on Thursday, Feb. 7. Each of these members were in the top six of...

 

It's finally time to establish the new state of Liberty

This is in response to Mr. Yoesle’s editorial entitled, “Looked what was missed back in civics class.” We folks who feel unrepresented on the issues that matter to us feel that way because we...

 

Letters from the Community

Here's the big deal People may ask, “what’s the big deal?” After all, the people of the state already approved I-1639 with 59 percent of the vote. The big deal is that the people cannot vote...

 

Krieg chosen Ag Teacher of the Year

At the District IV Agriculture Teacher Meeting, Josh Krieg was selected as our District IV Outstanding Agriculture Teacher of the Year. District IV includes 28 school districts from Cle Elum to...

 

Looking Back

February 8, 1923 – 96 Years Ago The county treasurer is now mailing out tax statements, remindful of the saying that taxes like death, are sure and certain—the only difference being that we die...

 

Regional basketball round-up on march toward title

The march toward yet another SCAC title hit a minor speed bump for Zillah in Friday’s semifinals. The Leopards trailed Royal by eight after a quarter, but that didn’t last long as they bounced...

 

Goldendale takes four grapplers to State

Due to bad weather statewide, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) eliminated the 1A high school regional wrestling contests and folded all the of the matches into an expanded...

 

Bill would require sex ed

A proposed bill would require public schools to provide comprehensive sexual health education as a part of their curriculum. Senate Bill 5395 is co-sponsored by 17 Democratic representatives and...

 
 By Emma Scher    News    February 20, 2019

Task force proposed for missing indigenous women

According to a report by the Urban Indian Health Institute, Seattle has the most cases of missing and murdered American Indian and Alaska Native women and girls than any other city in the country....

 

Legal Notices 02/20/2019

APN: 03-11-1976-0109/00 NOTICE OF DEFAULT AND FORECLOSURE SALE WHEREAS, on 9/21/2005, a certain Mortgage Deed of Trust was executed by OSCAR K. CRONE AND JESSIE Z. CRONE, HUSBAND AND WIFE as trustor...

 

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