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Articles from the March 18, 2020 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 18, 2020

No sports, no dining, no school, no pool--no fun?

An economist at the University of Wyoming recently dared to ask a troubling, perhaps forbidden question: "Are we overreacting?" The comment from Dr....

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 18, 2020

"I'm coming back with new feet"

Phil Nielson has been delivering newspapers for The Sentinel for so long, Socrates still owes him $2 for a year's subscription. (The Sentinel was...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 18, 2020

Online school now available

Who wants to bet distance learning becomes a super hot item after the coronavirus scare ends? Actually, it's been in place for a while and doing...

 
 By Richard Lefever    News    March 18, 2020

Remembering the old nursing home

Richard Lefever, who does the "Looking Back" column for The Sentinel, sent this special piece on the old nursing home. With demolition about to...

 
 By Sandra DeMent    News    March 18, 2020

Klickitat County now fourth in country for wind energy

Steadily, over the last 25 years, a major new industry has taken root in Klickitat County. It was the creation of no one person or company; in fact it spans at least four very different technologies....

 

Senate and House dispute kills data privacy bill

Groundbreaking data privacy legislation designed to give consumers more access and control over their own digital data died on last Thursday, even though it had been passed in both the House and...

 

Protestors attack new sex ed bill

Despite the governor's warning to avoid crowds in the wake of the coronavirus, hundreds of concerned parents and residents converged on the Capitol la...

 

KVH continues to test for COVID-19, prepares for surge

As the status of COVID-19 changes day by day and hour by hour, Klickitat Valley Health (KVH) says it's been preparing for the virus for some time. KVH's Incident Command Team has been working around...

 

East District Court

March 9, 2020 • Jeremy Michael Folkner: Negligent Driving second degree, (12/24/2019); Committed, fine/fee $200.00. • Carly irene Petty: Speeding 11 miles over limit, operating ootor vehicle w/o...

 

LOOKING BACK

February 20, 1929 - 91 Years Ago Gas took a drop of two cents last week, and again yesterday morning, the local price being 20 cents per gallon. February 28, 1930 - 90 Years Ago The Star Theater is...

 

Good Work:

Congratulations to Goldendale FFA's two metal art teams that competed Friday at Columbia Basin College in Pasco. The team consisting of Corbin Bland,...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    March 18, 2020

Integrity Literacy 3: the science of culture

This is part three of our series on Integrity Literacy and the Goldendale Performing Arts Center. We’ve looked at morality and normality in regard...

 

FFA District

DISTRICTS WINNERS: Congratulations to the Goldendale Members who competed at Districts in Prosser last Monday. Ellie Rising placed 1st in the...

 

LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

Here's why it helps This letter is for all Goldendale-area restaurant and bar owners and their patrons. I write this as someone whose entire immediate family lives in Goldendale and all of whom are in...

 

His legacy lives on

As I write this, I think of the legacy Tom Eldred left for all who knew and loved him. Tom’s life was celebrated in a beautiful service last Saturday at the Glenwood School. Though he is gone, his...

 

DEPUTY ACCEPTS CHECK:

Goldendale Grange officers Luann Kayser Whitmire, left, and Fran Songer presented Klickitat County Sheriff Deputy Gavin Marble a check to assist with...

 

Long House burns down

Lyle Fire Chief Dave McCune reported that last Sunday, March 8, his crew responded to a fire at the Long House at 270 Canyon Road. At their arrival, they were joined with the High Prairie and...

 

Leave some for your neighbors

The Washington State Department of Health is encouraging citizens to take it easy in the stores, issuing a press release with the following information: The COVID-19 pandemic may have you rushing to...

 

What is Coronavirus

What is Coronavirus? Coronavirus (COVID-19) is the disease caused by the new coronavirus that emerged in China in December 2019. It can be spread...

 

Managing the stress of the coronavirus

The outbreak of COVID-19 may be stressful for people and communities to handle, especially as new information continues to be released at seemingly...

 

Helping children cope

It is very important to remember that children look to adults for how to react during stressful times. With the COVID-19 virus gaining international...

 
 By John Kruse    News    March 18, 2020

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOORS REPORT: THE OUTDOORS ROUND-UP

FISHING: TROUT DERBY RESULTS -The Quincy Valley Chamber of Commerce held their annual trout derby on March 7th at Quincy Lake and it was a big...

 
 By Diane Jessup    News    March 18, 2020

Animal Companion: Retail rescue part 2

“Chinese wet market” entered the average American’s vocabulary this past month when speculations as to the origins of the coronavirus COVID-19 received intensive media coverage. But long before...

 

Legals for March 18, 2020

Klickitat County Fire Protection District #9 is seeking bids for a custom fire apparatus build. The bid is for complete conversion of the district owned 2008 Ford F550 to a type 6 brush truck, as per...

 

DOL, Legends announce closures

The Washington Department of Licensing (DOL) has announced it is closing its offices effective yesterday, March 17. "Governor Jay Inslee signed a statewide emergency proclamation regarding efforts to...

 

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