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New solar project set for Bickleton

Washington State Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz last Wednesday announced the first lease of state trust lands for solar power. The... Full story

 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 13, 2019

It's the story that everyone wants (and doesn't want) to go away...

The escalating tension between proponents of gun control and the resistance to them continues to percolate to the top of major media. Klickitat... Full story


School district superintendent candidates set to meet with public

Goldendale School Board President Beth Schroder is inviting the community to meet the candidates for the position of superintendent of the Goldendale School District. The tentative dates scheduled...


Bill to help track murdered, missing women passes

Legislation by Rep. Gina Mosbrucker to further investigations of missing and murdered indigenous women and other indigenous persons gained unanimous...

 By Madeline Coats    News    March 13, 2019

Civil rights suits target parts of I-1639

Two civil rights lawsuits in Washington state have challenged the constitutionality of certain bans enacted through the gun control measure, Initiative 1639. Each lawsuit is built on the premise that...


Hee Haw celebrating 50 years

The mid-Columbia Gorge will be treated to some mighty fine pickin’ and grinnin’ when Jana Jae, Lulu Roman and Buck Trent, original cast members and musicians of the renowned television show Hee Ha...


Kiwanis flags to change places

The Goldendale Kiwanis has been displaying more than 90 American flags 12 times each year, primarily in front of local businesses. The local Kiwanians... Full story


Superior Court log

Below is a summary of resolutions from the Superior Court criminal docket for the week of March 4, 2019, provided by Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney David R. Quesnel. Superior Court is in...

 By Emma Epperly    News    March 13, 2019

Legislation on School Resource Officer training requirements pass senate

The Washington State Senate passed a bill regarding school resource officer training in a bipartisan - 48 in favor and one excused - vote on Tuesday. Senate Bill 5141 outlines specific training...


Al Landenglos

Al Landenglos passed away at his home in Goldendale on Feb. 27, 2019 at the age of 75. He was born to Gerhard and Shirley May (Bunch) Landenglos in... Full story


Karrie Sue Healy

After a three and a half-year battle with cancer, Karrie passed away in the early morning hours of Dec. 26, 2018, with her family and loved ones at her side. Karrie Sue was introduced to life on Jan.... Full story


James C. Gleason

James C. Gleason passed away March 6 at the age of 80. Memorial services will be open to family and friends at the Longbranch Cemetery, 4312 Key Peninsula Highway SW, Longbranch, Washington. A full... Full story


LaNette Theroux

LaNette E. Theroux, age 73, resident of Dallesport, Washington, died at home on March 4, 2019.... Full story


Joann M. Hutton

Joann M. Hutton of Ellensburg passed away on Feb. 9, 2019 at Virginia Mason hospital in Seattle. Joann was born on Dec. 28, 1947 in Portland, Oregon,... Full story

 By Nathan Ward    News    March 13, 2019

Fire Safety Education

On Tuesday, March 5, Goldendale Fire Department, Goldendale Emergency Dispatch and the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) provided Fire Safety...


We're in the crosshairs of big-city liberal targeting

Until recently, I believed much of the to-do about whether sheriffs in our state’s 39 counties should enforce new gun-control measures enacted under Initiative 1639 was really about the difference...


Letters from the Community

Unpleasant suprise Friday 3-8-19 on my way home from town I was stopped by a lady with a blue pick-up truck loaded with trash. I was turning into my driveway, and she asked me if it was okay to back...


Bella to be a page

Glenwood has a new little cowgirl. Kelly and Travis Miller are the proud parents of little Natalie Louise, who arrived a few weeks ahead of schedule on March 3rd. Natalie weighed an even 6 lbs. and...


HAM to serve ham

“March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb”—and if so, we might have a chance at a break in this weather. We believed the groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, when on Feb. 2 he did not see hi...


County most-wanted man turns self in

Kim-Ramil Contreras Montaniel, 28, of Bingen turned himself in to Klickitat County law enforcement after spending nearly seven months on Washington State Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler’s... Full story

 By Madeline Coats    News    March 13, 2019

House votes to eliminate objections to vaccines

In a 57-40 vote, the Washington state House of Representatives passed a bill last week that would eliminate the philosophical or personal objection used to exempt children from receiving the vaccines...


Looking Back

February 15, 1899 – 120 Years ago Yesterday afternoon a large number of skaters witnessed with interest the leading of a team of horses across the Columbia at this place from Washington to the...

 By Emma Epperly    News    March 13, 2019

Senate votes to create broadband office

A statewide broadband office would be created under legislation passed by the Washington state Senate in a unanimous vote last Wednesday. Senate Bill 5511 would establish the Governor’s Statewide...

 By Emma Epperly    News    March 13, 2019

Senate votes to extend orders to minors

The Washington State Senate voted to extend Extreme Risk Protection Orders to minors in a bipartisan 43-5 vote last Tuesday. Senate Bill 5027 extends Extreme Risk Protection Orders or ERPOs to...


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