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Singing their Hearts Out

Leprechauns disguised as kids from the Learning Ladder Preschool were serenading on Main Street last week, heralding the arrival of St. Patrick's...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 20, 2019

Court rules against Yakama injunction

A federal judge has denied an injunction request by the Yakama Nation against Klickitat County, saying the county is within its rights to prosecute...

 
 By Doug Herlihy    News    March 20, 2019

Goldendale aviator looks at 737 Max 8 aircraft crashes

Ethiopian Air Flight 302 dove steeply into the desert near Addis Ababa on Sunday, March 10, killing all 157 aboard. This disaster followed a similar...

 

Willis named Cattleman of the Year

Raymond Willis of Goldendale was named 2019 Klickitat County Cattleman of the Year at the Klickitat County Livestock Growers annual banquet held at...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    March 20, 2019

Council hears about burglaries

A bare quorum of four Goldendale City Council members were present for a brisk 20-minute meeting Monday night. Councilors Andy Halm, Shannon Middleton, and Carmen Knopes were excused due to travel and...

 

Pathfinders work to get to Bible Bowl finals

The Goldendale Pioneers Pathfinders is a boys and girls club for kids ages 10-16 through Goldendale Seventh Day Adventist Church on Bickleton Highway. This year the Pathfinders decided they wanted to...

 

GOLDENDALE TAKES MULTIPLE HEATS

Congratulations to four Goldendale Middle School FFA and three Goldendale High School FFA teams who competed in the 2019 Gorge Wind Challenge...

 

GHS students raise money for Backpacks for Kids

Last Thursday Goldendale High School students Josie Quantrell and Leslie Smith handed $600 to John Shinn, president of the local Backpacks for Kids program. Quantrell and Smith, both participants in...

 

Herrera Beutler appointed to joint committee

Congressional leadership announced yesterday it has appointed U.S. Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler to serve on the U.S. Joint Economic Committee, a bipartisan panel of members of Congress from...

 

Alice Krall

Alice Faye Krall, 80, passed away in Stevenson, Washington, on Feb. 26, 2019. She was born in Peggs, Oklahoma, to Gertrude (Bruce) and Louie Bradshaw...

 

James Charles Gleason

James Charles Gleason, age 80, passed away Wednesday, March 6, 2019, at his home in Prineville, Oregon. Jim was born Feb. 8, 1939, in Seattle, to Martin and Georgia Gleason. He was an avid outdoors...

 

Betty Cameron

Betty Cameron passed away on March 15. A full obituary and announcement of memorial service will be published at a later date....

 

Margret Schnider

Margret Ann Schnider, age 74, resident of Centerville, died March 12, 2019, at a local hospital....

 

Phil Telford

A Memorial Service for Phil Telford will be held on Saturday, April 6, 2019, at Granger High School at 1 p.m. Phil’s teaching and coaching began in Granger, taking him to Carroll High School in...

 

Roberta Lou Pickering Hoctor

Roberta Lou Pickering Hoctor passed away on March 11, 2019, at the Oregon Veterans’ Home in The Dalles, Oregon, at the age of 83. A full obituary will appear later in The Sentine...

 

GOLDENDALE FFA TAKES FIRST

Congratulations to the Goldendale FFA members who competed at District Ag Sales and 1st Year Member. Goldendale placed 1st in the Agricultural Sales...

 

SmileMobile coming to town

The Arcora Foundation - SmileMobile, which travels the state offering dental services to children, middle-high school students, and pregnant women...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    March 20, 2019

Get to the meetings with superintendent candidates

Candidates for superintendent of the Goldendale School District have been announced, and the community has the chance to meet with them in the coming...

 

Letters from the Community

Time to end two parties The Second Amendment enables a person to protect themselves and their families. The police do not have the ability to be there when you are facing a threat. The most effective...

 

Track and field doing great

Glenwood may be one the smallest schools in the area, but we have some terrific track and field athletes. After having all their practices in the gym due to snow on Eldred Field, the team traveled to...

 
 By Mildred Lykens    News    March 20, 2019

Time change is annoying

Lyle’s Community Clean Up is a go! Thanks to Twin Bridges Museum board member, Oren Johnson who spoke to the “Powers That Be.” He asked for intervention with the slow process with Republic...

 

Looking Back

February 20, 1919 – 100 Years Ago The stated policy of “Always at your Service,” of the Pacific Power and Light Company is beginning to worry the local officials somewhat. Since the first of...

 

Simple Steps for back yards that help wildlife

(StatePoint) When it comes to changing the world, your own backyard is a great place to start. As you make home improvements, consider their potential to benefit local wildlife that travel in and...

 

Akins excels at American Rodeo in Fort Worth

Goldendale elementary school teacher Kayde Jo Akins rode to 33rd place out of 500 competitors in breakaway roping at the American Rodeo in Fort...

 

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