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Articles from the March 25, 2020 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 25, 2020

'Stay at Home' grinds life and business to a halt

Statistically, according to a story in Vox magazine last week, the bigger and bluer the area, the greater the worry about the coronavirus. Larger...


Centerville had 12 students in frosh class

The committee organizing the 100th Commemoration of Centerville School and biennial reunion is very cognizant of the "Go – No Go – Postpone"...

 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 25, 2020

School district focuses on meals, preparing seniors

Seniors in high school may be a bit nervous these days. They’re making plans for their future, but the biggest uncertainty right now is their...

 By Sandra DeMent    News    March 25, 2020

County energy industry: Size, production, and benefits

Last week’s article in this series incorrectly identified the number of wind turbines and megawatts in Klickitat County. The correct numbers are more than 700 turbines and 1,248 megawatts. Last...


DOL offering more service online

The Washington Department of Licensing offers this information in response to questions about renewing licenses during this time: As of now, more customers will be able to renew their driver license...


FBI sees rise in coronavirus scams

Scammers are leveraging the COVID-19 pandemic to steal your money, your personal information, or both, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) warns. In a message sent last week, the FBI says to...


Studded tire removal deadline extended to April 30

The arrival of spring typically means drivers in Washington have until March 31 to remove studded tires. However, this year the Washington State Department of Transportation is extending the deadline...


David E. Van Hoy

Our loving Father, David E. Van Hoy of Spanaway, Washington, died on Nov. 15, 2019. Born on Dec. 30, 1927, in Goldendale, he was the youngest of six children with two brothers and three sisters. He... Full story


John Rodney Quinn

John Rodney Quinn, 66, passed away at his home in Goldendale on March 16, 2020. A complete obituary with memorial service information will be published at a later date. You may also check... Full story


Annual Fire Victims Charity Auction cancelled

Due to the current events, the Board of the Klickitat Valley Fire Victims Fund has decided to cancel this year’s annual Charity Auction and Yard Sale that was to be held at Rural 7 Fire. The Fund...


Honor Roll for Goldendale High School

First Semester 2019-2020 4.00 GPA: (9th grade) Nickolas Bowdish, Rose Clark, Alissa Conroy, Jack Lindblad, Natasha Muzechenko, (10th grade) Anastasia Clark, Lizzy Hedges, Sara Hiebert, Lauren House,...


MCMC taking COVID-19 steps

Mid-Columbia Medical Center (MCMC) in The Dalles states it has a COVID-19 preparedness plan and is working in collaboration with local health agencies to meet the community’s needs. As part of that...


Washington campgrounds to close through April 30

Sunday the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission (Parks), Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), and the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announced the closure of all state...


Liberty vs. License

Growing up in the ’60s was a turbulent experience. We were struggling with race issues, the Viet Nam war consumed the news, and the flower children had all of the answers. The new norm was, “If...



Much gratitude It turns out this Covid-19 is affecting more people than we know. It is preventing people with cancer from getting life-saving treatment. It is making doctors and nurses throughout the...

 By Diane Jessup    News    March 25, 2020

Companion Animal: COVID-19 and local pet owners

A second dog in China has tested positive for the (human) form of coronavirus, COVID-19. The first dog, a 17-year-old Pomeranian, tested a weak positive on Feb. 27, after its owner became ill with the...


Glenwood Women's Club

Events and activities have slowed to a crawl or have been cancelled in our community, so there is not a lot of news to share. All of us are adjusting to social distancing. Most of you know already...


Lyle schools to stay closed longer

This is a tad bit too late this month, but getting signed up will get you included in the month ahead’s Our Klickitat meetings. A message sent by their liaison states, “Our Klickitat Prevention...





Sentinel launches 'COVID-19' online section

As of March 25, The Sentinel has a new page on its website called "COVID-19." You see it just under our logo, to the right of "News." We receive so much news so quickly, we decided this was the most... Full story


Commerce announces $1.8 million to rural counties

Washington State Department of Commerce Director Lisa Brown today Thursday, March 26, that $1.8 million in additional state Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) to rural counties to assist... Full story


Sixth case of coronavirus in Klickitat County confirmed

Late Monday night, March 24, the Klickitat County Public Health Department and Unified Command confirmed a sixth case of COVID-19 in Klickitat County. There are now six confirmed positive cases, five... Full story


County cities and agencies issue joint communication

A joint communication to the citizens of Klickitat County was released this afternoon (March 25) from the Klickitat County Board of Commissioners; the Cities of Goldendale, Bingen, and White Salmon;... Full story


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