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 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 30, 2016

Cantwell in the county

Washington's Democratic Sen. Maria Cantwell's car blended in with all the others stuck in traffic on Highway 97 on the Maryhill Grade, about midway...

 

Livestock Growers' dinner highlights accomplishments

When our reporter came down sick and was unable to attend the Klickitat County Livestock Growers' award dinner on March 19, Brandy Myers was kind... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 30, 2016

HERE, LITTLE EGG

A pair of tiny Easter egg hunters were on the prowl Sunday morning at the Fairgrounds for the annual American Legion Easter Egg Hu...

 

Caucus draws record turnout

The chair of Klickitat County Democrats says there was a record turnout in the county-and, it turns out, in the state-for Saturday's Democratic caucus...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 30, 2016

WatchDOGS becoming kids' best friends in primary school

The WatchDOGS are here. They've become fixtures at the Goldendale Primary School. The pack is growing. And kids love them. "The 'DOGS' in WatchDOGS...

 

RAINBOW GIRLS HOLD FOOD DRIVE

From 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5, the Golden Phoenix Assembly #158 of the International Order of Rainbow for Girls will be holding a food...

 

Parasite control in dryland alpaca farming

There is something about watching alpacas graze and pronk in the beautiful lush green pastures of alpaca farms in Western Washington or Oregon that...

 

ID theft and assault crimes in Goldendale

A Goldendale woman was arrested for second degree identification theft and second degree theft involving use of another woman’s debit card....

 

Superior Court log

Below is a summary of resolutions from Superior Court criminal docket for the week of March 21, provided by Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney David R. Quesnel. Superior Court is in session...

 

Studded tires must come off by tomorrow

With spring’s arrival, the Washington State Department of Transportation is reminding motorists that studded tires must be removed by the last day in March. Under state law, driving with studded...

 

School says bus mishap won't recur

A temporary Goldendale School District bus driver missed a child at a pick-up point on Highway 97 last month, leading to the child having to run to catch the bus when it stopped some yards down....

 

Weather spotter training coming to Goldendale

Volunteers are being sought to participate in the latest weather spotter training on April 19 in Goldendale. Weather spotters trained by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA)...

 

Wade Thomas Morgan

Wade Thomas "Tom" Morgan Jr. passed away peacefully in his home on the morning of March 22 after a yearlong battle with colon cancer. Tom was born on... Full story

 

Ogden on the road

Dr. James Ogden is on a medical mission trip in South America. He sends these regular reports on his encounters. March 24 Dear Friends, We have had good clinics the past two days. The students are...

 

Looking Back

25 Years Ago - March 28, 1991 Tom Carratt and Mary Jaekel display flags presented at Centerville School in a special ceremony last Friday by Senator Dean Sutherland (D. Vancouver). The two...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    March 30, 2016

The need for the return of the Fourth Estate

It was admittedly controversial, to put a huge headline reading “He is risen” under the banner of The Sentinel last week, just before Easter. A...

 
 By Mike Martin    Opinion    March 30, 2016

Only grace can save us

To the Editor: The popularity of Bernie Sanders’ socialist message among millennials is based on sheer ignorance. Likewise, the millennial notion that Hillary Clinton should be elected president...

 

Let's keep priorities straight

To the Editor: Once again the city of Flint, Mich., is in the news. State, county and city officials are trying to point a finger to a guilty party. The barn door has been left open, the horses are...

 

Great Turnout

To the Editor: What an overwhelming turnout at the Klickitat County Democratic Presidential Caucuses Saturday. Over 650 people swarmed into the middle school in White Salmon and 180 into the grange...

 

Wear teal on Tuesday

To the Editor: April is Sexual Assault Awareness month in Washington State. Locally and around the state, individuals, youth, communities, schools, and agencies will be taking action to increase...

 
 By Vi Strode    Opinion    March 30, 2016

How about some horse sense?

To the Editor: Alert to horse owners! The Equine Herpes Virus (EHV1), along with a host of others, is a highly contagious disease that can result in horses dying. Please get on line and review the...

 

Lyle Lions have a hit with kids

It was a race to see who could fill their baskets at the Lyle Lions Easter Egg hunt in Lyle Park Saturday. The turnout was a huge success and all who...

 

Robotics team enjoys strong ranking

The pace of life is speeding up here in Trout Lake with the advent of spring there will be things to do and causes to support. The Community Foundation is now accepting donations of items for the...

 

Lessened layoffs and better economy lead to better county growth

There has been a large change in industry employment in Klickitat County: more jobs in manufacturing, fewer in professional and business services. In January, there were typical seasonal layoffs, resu...

 

Spring keeps meeting efficient and smooth

Spring was in the air at the Goldendale City Council last Monday night as councilors sailed through a packed agenda with smooth efficiency, wrapping it all up in less than a half hour. Though there...

 

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