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Articles from the March 26, 2014 edition

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Spring in Maryhill

The cherry trees in Maryhill were in full spring bloom last week.... Full story

 By Dallas Smith    News    March 26, 2014

Talent show set for local girl hurt in car accident

It's a rare instance where the show just can't go on. The Goldendale High School (GHS) Drama Club was all set to perform Noel Coward's classic comedy... Full story


Semi hits bridge, sends cab and fuel over edge

Alcohol and an argument led to a bad decision resulting in one man in jail and damage to the bridge across the Little Klickitat River, near Allyn's...

 By Dallas Smith    News    March 26, 2014

Roosevelt Landfill getting toxic waste from Duwamish River

The Roosevelt Regional Landfill is receiving toxic waste from the Duwamish River. A five-mile stretch of the Duwamish waterway, considered by many the...

 By Jesse Sines    News    March 26, 2014

Tech scam hitting area residents

Since 2008 and becoming increasingly common in 2010, cyber criminals under the guise of Windows Support have been pro-actively calling potential customers and swindling them into spending money on...


Klickitat Democrats to hold legislative caucus

Klickitat County Democrats will hold their Legislative Caucus and County Convention on Sunday, April 12, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Lyle Activity Center, located at the corner of 3rd and...


Magazine features photo contest

After years of producing a stand-alone special section of The Goldendale Sentinel as a county visitors’ guide, the newspaper is now undertaking a joint project with the Mt. Adams and Greater... Full story


DT Fast Lube certified for Smart Start installation

Following his grandpa's advice, Terry Luth was open to the idea of adding an unusual service to DT Fast Lube's line of services, installation of...


Time for studs to come off

The Washington State Department of Transportation reminds drivers to remove their studded tires by midnight, March 31. Unless WSDOT grants a weather-related extension, studded tires are only legal in...


WDFW declares emergency to assist Central Washington irrigators and protect fish

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) issued an emergency declaration designed to help farmers maintain or re-establish access to irrigation water from behind the Wanapum and Rock Isla...


Goldendale pool moving into high gear, swim lessons and Triathlon coming up

The Goldendale swimming pool is open for swimming under spring time hours and activity is picking up rapidly. The Water Aerobics classes started March 24 with morning and evening hours. The Americn...


KCRP donates fundraiser proceeds to local food bank

The Klickitat County Republican Party donated a portion of the proceeds from their Lincoln Day Luncheon annual fundraiser to support area food banks. Five hundred dollars and several bags of food...


Man wanted following burglary of Goldendale home, rifles recovered

Goldendale Police are searching for Dennis Jussila and consider him armed and dangerous. Jussila is the prime suspect in a burglary that took place...


Tamron Stone

Tamron Lee Stone of Prineville, Oregon, lost his two-and-a-half-year battle with renal cancer March 17, 2014, aged 56 years 8 months and 21 days. He... Full story


LeDeana Ritenour

A funeral service for LeDeana Mescal Wynhoff Ritenour will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 29, at Columbia Hills Memorial Chapel.  A complete obituary will appear in next week’s edition of... Full story


Spring Break at the Discovery Center

Families looking for a fun activity during spring break should plan to come to the Discovery Center during spring break. Kids get in free with paid adult admission during Oregon and Washington spring...

 By Rachel Olp    Community    March 26, 2014

Fiber arts studio offers specialized local classes

For the crafty individual, Goldendale's Fiber Art Studio offers a great opportunity to expand into a new creative medium. Fiber Art Studios in the... Full story


Arie Lee Gleckner

Arie Lee Gleckner was born on March 8, 2014, at 11:34 p.m. in La Grande, Ore., to Ryan and Ashley Gleckner. He weighed 10 pounds, 5 ounces and...


Looking Back

50 Years Ago – March 26, 1964 Reade Brown, district game biologist, gave a detailed report on deer kill since the state game department took over in 1933. Brown said that in 1936 total deer kill in... Full story

 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    March 26, 2014

Where are the people and things that were once beloved?

The age of beloved things and people is mostly past. And we dearly need to bring it back. You may be old enough to recall when we had beloved...

 By Charis Weis    Opinion    March 26, 2014

New city online bill pay is great

To the Editor: A big congratulations to the City of Goldendale for the new online bill-pay option. The new system is great—it makes a convenient option for your customers!...


A better use for the old nursing home

To the Editor: The recent news states that our town has received funding to bring the Mt. Adams Care Center up to code. Some people seem to think that we need a community center for various...

 By Ken Pearson    Opinion    March 26, 2014

The 'Invisible Servants'

To the Editor: Here in the geographical center of our community is a workforce doing their job 24/7. The cave-like setting where they must dwell for a long shift is located in the bowels of the...


Trout Lake 5K, 10K run coming April 26

The Community Foundation potato dinner and talent show fund raiser was held last night at the grange. It was quite well attended and the food was delicious as usual. As part of the talent show the...


Art for Fusion poster sought, deadline May 15

It is with great sorrow that I send condolences to the Matthew Perry family. He was an all around great young man. He presented an outstanding, positive quality toward the community, his church, his...


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