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Articles from the March 27, 2013 edition

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New Cattleman of the Year

A full house at the annual Cattleman’s Dinner Saturday welcomed Clay and Lauren Schuster (shown left with their son Royce) as the 2013 Cattleman of...

 
 By Deb Brumley    News    March 27, 2013

Local officials express surprise at Friends of Gorge-BPA settlement

The Big-Eddy Knight Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) transmission line and substation project is a six-year -old project filled with both predictable and unexpected twists and turns, not...

 
 By Deb Brumley    News    March 27, 2013

The Star still shines

Science and the Bible can agree on the events surrounding the birth of Jesus, specifically, the alignment of the Star of Bethlehem which led the Magi...

 

Bickleton hears beef benefits

Klickitat County Cattlemen and Cattlewomen had an assembly for students at the Bickleton School in honor of Agriculture Week, March 20. Jane Lee, ranc...

 
 By Deb Brumley    News    March 27, 2013

State Parks system nervously celebrates its centennial

Washington State’s Park system, three years older than the federal park system, had a splashy public 100th birthday party March 19 in Olympia. Cake was cut, and speeches and lofty undertakings were...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – March 28, 1963 • Distinguished Service Award was presented to Ronald Rombalski by Governor Albert D. Rosellini at the Jaycees Bosses Night banquet in the Goldendale High School...

 

Cash flow for business survival class April 8 at PUD

Cash flow management is the topic at the upcoming class presented by the Small Business Development Center of the Columbia Gorge Community College. The class will be held at the Klickitat County PUD...

 

Francis Lee Sanders

Graveside services will be held for Francis Lee Sanders on March 30, 2013 at 1 p.m. Sanders was born May 3, 1928 and died on March 24, 2013. A gathering in Sanders’ honor will be held at the Church... Full story

 

Goldendale robotics class earns trip to St. Louis

They may not have had the most successful robot in the competition, but “gracious professionalism in the pits” earned Goldendale’s Wolf-Tech...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    March 27, 2013

Time to save the medical bull

There’s a story in Hindu lore of a god who turned himself into a bull, then forgot that he wasn’t really a bull. He went on doing bull things,...

 

Jeopardy premieres, first ambulance

March 27: 1539—The Eastern European Council of Appellations decrees that in Poland every third person’s name must end with the letters “ski.” In invention history, the shoe lace is invented...

 

Time to put people before profits

To the Editor: My husband is a family practice doctor, and I am a registered nurse. During our careers over the past 40 years, we have watched the profit motive take over the health care system in...

 

Why Iran is connected with terror

To the Editor: I appreciate the time that the two individuals made to respond to my letter two weeks ago. I would, however, like to clarify a few...

 

KVH billing process doesn't work

To the Editor: It seems that yet another local person left town for hospital care (“Fundraiser for Heart gaining momentum,” March 20 Sentinel). I joined that growing crowd some time ago. A visit t...

 

Helping Out

A lot of Deborah Heart’s friends showed up at Christ the King Lutheran Church, Saturday to help raise funds to assist with Heart’s care during...

 

Glenwood Easter egg hunt, Saturday at 10 a.m.

Easter will be celebrated big-time in Glenwood this week. The Pioneer Memorial Community Church and the Glenwood Women’s Club have several activities planned for the community and guests to...

 

Goldendale Grange mini-fair just around the bend

I would like to send my best wishes out to our local friend, Deborah Heart who has given and given of herself all the years that she has lived here in Goldendale. I hope she is getting used to...

 

Plans to name ball field in honor of Jeff Eiseland topic of public meetings

If you missed the presentation that Skyline Hospital’s CEO Robb Kimmes gave at the Lyle Community Council on Monday the 25th, he will be holding another meeting at the Dallesport Community Center...

 

Awards go to four deserving women

Soroptimist International of Goldendale presented four awards to deserving local women last Thursday evening, starting with the Women’s Opportunity...

 

Timberwolf boys run away with Moro meet

Goldendale’s boys and TLG’s girls turned in hot performances on Saturday to give their teams strong finishes at the Sherman Invitational at Moro....

 

Wanderscheid, White top for Wolves at Hood River

Goldendale golfers were in action on Monday at Hood River. Leading the way for the Timberwolves was Bree Wanderscheid who shot a 73, followed by Miller White with an 89. Other Goldendale scores were...

 

Bartkowski tosses 1-hitter through eight, but Wolves fall to Highland

It was a tale of two extremes when Goldendale took on Highland in Goldendale last Saturday, but it all goes into the book as a pair of losses for the Timberwolves. Actually, over 16 innings of play,...

 

Parsons' bat propels Vandals in split over White Swan

It was a day of big innings as Klickitat took on White Swan for a pair of games in Klickitat on Saturday. The Lady Vandals won the first game 12-2,...

 

Cougars finish strong for win at Dufur, earn split with Rangers

Lyle-Wishram split with Dufur on Saturday, winning the opener 9-7 and dropping the second game 10-0 in five innings. The Cougars tied the game in the...

 

Shooting sports explode in Klickitat County, 19 4-Hers qualify for State shoot

Last weekend was a big event for Klickitat County’s 4-H shooting sports program as county championships were decided in three disciplines of...

 

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