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Poetry month at Maryhill Museum

Maryhill Museum of Art Celebrates National Poetry Month with Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen Maryhill Museum of Art invites the...

 

Annual egg hunt at Conboy Park

Although Easter is early this year – there are already beautiful daffodils blooming around the valley to help decorate for the occasion; and to help remind us that winter is in our rear-view...

 

Pierce named to OSU Dean's List

Jeffrey Pierce, a Glenwood High School graduate, was recently notified of being named to the Dean’s Honor Roll, at Oregon State University, in Corvallis, Ore., for the fall 2014 term. Pierce is the...

 

Come to breakfast and hunt for eggs Saturday at Lyle Park

This month’s Lyle Community Council meeting was very informative. KPUD Representatives Ron Ihrig and Anita Thompson gave handouts and answered questions and concerns about the annual update of...

 

Smart Driver Program scheduled

The updated AARP Smart Driver program taught by Jim Bull is scheduled for April 16 and 17 at the Goldendale Library 131 W Burgen St. This eight-hour class for adults 50 and over is completed in two...

 

East District Court

March 10 • Cody Wilson Begay: No Valid Oper. License w/o ID (9/28/14); guilty plea, jail 90/90 susp., fine/fees $525, 12 mos. probation. • Shanna Daneil Chinn: DWLS 3/Amended to No Valid...

 

Another bill introduced by McCabe

Legislation that could prevent a new state and local tax on internet and telecommunication services received a public hearing in the House Finance Committee on March 24. House Bill 2166,...

 

Most wanted by Goldendale police

The Goldendale Police are looking for public help in locating Julian F. Aguilar. Aguilar is wanted for two counts of felony failure to appear on...

 

From the best seat in the house

Things seem to be falling into place for Tyler Olson. Olson is the grandson of Daryel and MaryJo Olson, of Goldendale and a member of the Seattle...

 

Bad week to be a Cougar as Lady Timberwolves log four game sweep

Sierra Lamping was perfect on Friday in Dallesport. The Goldendale softball pitcher ripped through the Lyle-Wishram batting order during a five-inning...

 

Golding wins over tough field at Ike

Brian Golding is picking up where he left off last year in the hurdles. The Goldendale junior has two starts in the 300 meter hurdles this year and has two wins. His latest came on Saturday at the...

 

Hunters reminded to ask permission to hunt

With turkey season opening for youth under age 16, April 4-5 and general season opening April 15, Klickitat County Chief Criminal Deputy Mike Kalio reminds hunters to be respectful of private...

 

Christensen leading the way in singles for Wolves

Jairus Christensen posted a couple of singles wins last week for Goldendale, as the Timberwolves took on three opponents, two in the SCAC. The boys ma...

 

Fast starts help Cougars sweep Goldendale JV

Chad Hester triggered first inning outbursts for the Lyle-Wishram-Klickitat (LWK) baseball team on Thursday, leading to a sweep over Goldendale's JV 1...

 

Trico meet to the liking of Cougar sprinters

In a busy week for Lyle-Wishram track and field athletes, a number of personal records (PR) fell as performances begin to heat up with the weather. The Cougars competed in the Trico league meet in...

 

Bickleton's Nathan Powers clears 6-2 at Don Holder Relays in Yakima

Bickleton’s Nathan Powers nailed a jump at the Don Holder Relays on Saturday, setting a personal record (PR) in the high jump of 6 feet 2 inches. It was 2 inches better than Powers’ previous best...

 

King appointed Director of Emergency Management

A position that was once held by the hands of Ed Powell, has been passed on to another competent and qualified individual- Jeff King. In February of...

 

Allyn's Building Center "Hidden Section" unveiled

Many people have been unaware of the upstairs section in Allyn's Building Center and the many things it has to offer- now is the time for change....

 

State cracks down on eagle hunts

In what appears to be an escalation of action by aliens who have been operating out of a New Mexico mountain, there have been a number of sightings of ships hunting wildlife in the skies over...

 

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