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 By Lacey Vaughn    News    March 23, 2016

Do-it-yourself clean-up crew takes initiative

I grew up on West Broadway and for years my dad has been the one cleaning up the garbage from unsecured loads from where the speed limit changes to...

 

Goldendale volunteer receives presidential award

Goldendale's Vivian Weddle earned national recognition on Jan. 5 this year when she was designated a Daily Point of Light Award recipient. The Points...

 
 By Contributed    News    March 23, 2016

SUN, RUN, AND FUN

The first annual Klickitat Valley Health Dash 'n' Dine Fun Run last week surpassed all expectations with 124 runners and walkers participating....

 

LEPRECHAUNS ON THE LOOSE

Students from the Learning Ladder Christian Pre-school delighted onlookers last week as they celebrated St. Patrick's Day....

 

Pool's big Easter egg dip returns

The Goldendale Pool's annual Easter Egg Hunt in the Water is this Saturday, with rolling times for different ages. The hunt will occur with...

 

Democrats' caucus this Saturday

If you’re a Democrat in Klickitat County and you want to be sure you have a say in which candidate Washington State chooses, Saturday is your big day. There is a state primary coming on May 24, but...

 

Burglar caught when owner hears music

Klickitat County Sheriff’s Department arrested James R. Phillips, 36, of White Salmon on a long list of charges after he was apprehended by Deputy Dwayne Matulavich at a cabin near Husum....

 

Lyle woman strikes State Patrol vehicle

A Lyle woman was injured in a car wreck outside Wapato that the State Patrol says she caused. According to the report, a Yakama Nation Tribal police vehicle and Washington State Patrol vehicle were...

 

State Patrol going after left-laners

Many Washington State drivers are unaware that driving in the left lane for extended periods of time can be against the law. The left lane is designed to operate as a passing lane. In order to combat...

 

Herrera Beutler announces her 2016 Congressional Art Competition is open

Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler announced today that her 2016 Congressional Art Competition has kicked off and is now open to high school students across Southwest Washington. The Congressional...

 

Community radio station holds poetry fundraiser

The Third Annual Poetry Contest to benefit KVGD-LP Goldendale Community Radio raises much-needed funds for radio station operation costs. Poem entry period is now to April 15. The contest includes...

 

Edwin Preston Leverich

In his early years, Ed was a sharpshooter in the Army. After that, he began a career in Marine Construction. Everything from log towing, tug boat... Full story

 

Helen Eaton

Helen Ruth Eaton was born on October 25, 1926 in White Salmon, Washington to William "Tye" Bolt and Sciesta Lilivon O'Neal. She passed away in Hood... Full story

 

From sea level to the top of 'Mt. Adams': Lima to Cuzco in a day

Dr. James Ogden and his team are in Peru on a medical mission and sends this report. All of us arrived safely with all luggage coming at the right time. I arrived about two hours before the nine...

 

Looking Back

25 Years Ago - March 21, 1991 Rabanco's Teacher of the Month is Goldendale High School chemistry and biology teacher Darrell Watson. The 22 year veteran of the local school district says that he...

 

You can see your way to cheaper prescription glasses

Dear Savvy Senior, What tips can you recommend for finding affordable prescription eyeglasses? I used to have vision insurance through my work, but lost it when I turned 65, retired, and signed up for...

 

Protect our democracy

To the Editor: The Washington State Democratic Party will be holding its caucus for the 2016 candidate for the Democratic Party on Saturday, March 26 beginning at 10 a.m., with early check-in beginnin...

 

Davis fundraiser draws packed crowd

What an amazing community we live in! On March 16, friends, family and complete strangers packed the multipurpose room at the school in support of young Danny Davis, who was injured in a logging...

 

Peter Cottontail set to hop down the Lyle Trail

Oh my goodness, I heard some exciting activities are going on at the Lions Club. They are helping out that great big white fluffy fellow coming to hide all the goodies for the boys and girls ages two...

 

Variety show is gratifying

The Community Foundation potato feed and variety show will take place March 26 in the Grange building. Always amusing to attend and enjoy the talented acts. It is surprising what a wide variety of...

 

Lyle hosts forum for candidates aired live on KVGD

Mike Richards, KVGD-LP Board Member and volunteer broadcaster, provided remote coverage of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction Candidates’ Forum held in Lyle on March 15. The two-hour...

 

From the best seat in the house

Overheard someone say, “It doesn’t get any better than this,” on Saturday. He was referring to the great weather we had, no wind, no rain, no...

 

Knights sweep Wolves with 10 inning game two pitching duel

Pitching was the story of Saturday's game in Goldendale as Royal swept the Timberwolves 4-0 and 2-1 in an extra-inning game. Both teams played well...

 

Wolves hold court over SCAC East teams, win three and tie one

It is hard to have a better start to a season than the one Goldendale's tennis team had on Saturday. They took on Wahluke and Royal in Goldendale and...

 

Goldendale fourth of large entry at Grandview Invite

Goldendale golfers continued to shine early in the season, placing fourth as a team among 18 entries at the Grandview Invitational, Monday. Andrew Gerchak led the way again for the Timberwolves,...

 

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