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Articles from the March 14, 2018 edition

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New Hope Farms holds 'Get Well' event

You’d have to travel far to find a facility like Goldendale’s New Hope Farms. And people travel far to be here. Some residents at this unique home for developmentally disabled persons come from... Full story

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    March 14, 2018

Goldendale softball drops first game in new coach Witter's debut

The Goldendale softball team was supposed to get its season underway with a Saturday doubleheader in Royal, but that game had to be canceled as the... Full story

 By Max Erikson    News    March 14, 2018

Honors given at awards event

The Goldendale chapter of the Soroptimists had their annual Live Your Dream and Woman of Distinction awards ceremony last week at the Goldendale Library for two deserving women. The live your dream...

 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 14, 2018

A place to get pointed help

Anne Anderson heard them all: "Stick to it." "On pins and needles." "Making a point." If it involves needles and placing them in people, she's heard...

 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 14, 2018

Burial disturbs family

A family's grief was compounded last Wednesday during a burial at Mountain View Cemetery in Goldendale when they discovered someone else's coffin in t...

 By Josh Kelety    News    March 14, 2018

Last minute budget, property tax cut passes

WNPA Olympia News Bureau On the final day of the legislative session, lawmakers approved a last-minute supplemental budget deal that funnels roughly $1 billion to K-12 public education and a $400...

 By Marcus Fichtl    News    March 14, 2018

City native in Best Warrior contest

Water survival, stress shoots and a ruck march through a freak snowstorm didn't stop 10 competitors from competing for best warrior titles last week...

 By Max Erikson    News    March 14, 2018

Teen jobs available

For Goldendale teenagers looking for a summer job, now is the time to apply for the Ecology Youth Corp (EYC) program starting June 25. Central Region Coordinator for EYC Rod Hankinson will be at...

 By Max Erikson    News    March 14, 2018

Learn your plants

Whether you work with plants and trees as your profession or you are a practicing garden enthusiast, the First Detector training workshop, presented by Washington State University (WSU) Plant...


Jack Louis Seymour (1934-2018)

Husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, US airman, park ranger, and all-around good man Jack Louis Seymour passed away peacefully at his home in Goldendale on Tuesday, March 6th. Jack was... Full story


Robert Hooper

Robert William Hooper, 69, passed away at his home in Goldendale on Feb. 20, 2018. He was born in Columbus, Ohio on April 27, 1948 to Charles and Alberta Hooper. Robert worked as a mechanic for Stiff... Full story


Looking Back

March 6, 1919 James Clark, former owner of the Star Theater, was in the city this week on business. He sold the theater to Willard Eddy, who has had it leased for some time past. Mr. Eddy recently...



Goldendale FFA members who competed at Districts in Prosser did well. JT Cahill placed 2nd in Creed Speaking. Team Caroline placed 2nd in Conduct of...

 By Jim Miller    Opinion    March 14, 2018

How to wisely Get Cash for Your Life Insurance Policy

Dear Savvy Senior, I have a life insurance policy that I’ve been paying on for years that I really don’t need any longer. I’ve been thinking about letting it lapse, but I’ve heard that I can a...


Chili and spelling bee

Don’t forget the annual chili cook-off and spelling bee Thursday, March 15, at the school. Come enjoy a chili dinner beginning at 4:30 p.m., followed by the spelling bee at 6 p.m. If you would like...


Easy way to contribute

I have found a way to help our Rural 7 Fire Department. How can you do that, you ask? Have you ever heard of AmazonSmile? First, I believe in shopping local when you can, but when you have to go on Am...

 By Lyle News    Community    March 14, 2018

Pioneer Days holds planning meeting

Are you looking forward to some fresh veggies from your garden? You say you’re not planting one this year? Well, rest assured you can still get your wants and needs taken care of at the new Gorge...


Appeals court agrees with AG opinion on local marijuana bans

A three-judge state court of appeals panel today ruled that local jurisdictions have the authority to ban marijuana sales, agreeing with Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s arguments and a...

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    March 14, 2018

Goldendale U12 club volleyball team finishes season strong while U16 has a few competitions remaining

The Goldendale U12 club volleyball team closed out its season over the weekend at the Northwest Jamboree in Yakima, winning three straight games... Full story

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    March 14, 2018

Goldendale golfers start season out with matches in Mattawa, Othello

While most of the spring sports teams were still getting in their first couple of practices, the Goldendale golfers were on the road for their first...

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    March 14, 2018

Bickleton track and field should again be well represented at state

Two years ago, the Bickleton Pirates boys team captured the Class 1B State Championships and last year had another good showing at state. Although... Full story

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    March 14, 2018

Strong returners should excite for Lyle-Wishram track and field

yle-Wishram Cougar boys and girls were well represented at the WIAA State Track and Field Championship Meet in Cheney. This season, with many... Full story


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