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We've been here before

Buildings Closed? Health procedure notices? (Get that pencil out of your mouth!) Gatherings banned? All this was going on during the Spanish Flu...

 

Up to date

This Chart from yesterday morning shows the total number of coronavirus cases tested, confirmed, recovered, and the single death in Klickitat...

 

Bright spots in dark days

It’s April Fool’s Day, and we’re not letting a measly pandemic stop us from providing some laughs. As in previous years, the first person to correctly identify both April Fool’s Day stories...

 

No Reminders

The company that prints and distributes The Dalles Reminder has informed The Sentinel that it is suspending distribution of the Reminder for the time being. Some inserts have temporarily stopped...

 

Looking Back

Richard Lefever does a great job on our Looking Back column, and this week he’s put together a collection of stories from The Sentinel of more than a century ago, looking at how the area coped with...

 

Herrera Beutler to host telephone town hall with public health and economic assistance experts on April 1

Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler will host a live telephone town hall on Wednesday, April 1 at 5:30 p.m. Pacific Standard Time. This telephone town hall will feature experts who will provide...

 

Goldendale participates in successful online TSA conference

The Washington Technology Student Association (TSA) State Conference was scheduled to begin on March 18, 2020, in Seatac, Washington, for 1,200 students and advisors from around the state. TSA is the...

 

Ogden still ready for emergencies

Dr. James Ogden’s optometry office has been shuttered by the order to close businesses, but he remains available for emergency situations. Below he writes about his availability and urges anyone...

 

Washington scrambles to boost supplies

The Goldendale School District (GSD) will be offering its regular breakfast and lunch service this week, on Wednesday, April 1, and Friday, April 3. Next week, from April 6 to April 10, GSD will...

 

Spring break food boxes

The Goldendale School District (GSD) will be offering its regular breakfast and lunch service this week, on Wednesday, April 1, and Friday, April 3. Next week, from April 6 to April 10, GSD will...

 

Okidoki builds flying car

Fabled Japanese tech firm Okidoki Enterprises (tag line: “It’s not just good—it’s Okidoki!”) has added an anti-gravity flying car to its list of technological accomplishments. “They said...

 

Commerce announces funds to rural counties for pandemic response

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

 

Rosalee Opal Cole

Rosalee Opal Cole, 88, passed away on Thursday, March 26, 2020, at Ashley Manor in Hood River, Oregon. She was a resident of Hood River for the past... Full story

 

Rebecca Lynn Olsen

Rebecca Lynn Olsen (maiden name Jones) passed into the beloved care of the Lord Christ on March 25, 2020. She was born on April 7, 1954 in Salt Lake C... Full story

 

Some Goldendale churches are going online

With the recent prohibition on social gathering, many Goldendale churches are instituting online services for worshipers. Following is list of churches and their online access; be sure to check back...

 

"All we have to fear" is still a timely message

It was the days of the great depression. Franklin Delano Roosevelt had been elected president, in the midst of America’s struggles which were affecting everyone in the country. In his first inaugura...

 

LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

We always come together I pray all are obeying Gov. Inslee's order so we can save lives. I see the DOT sign is also reminding drivers. Sometimes we do not get an opportunity to say the things we wante...

 

Virus guidelines in Glenwood

Several things have changed since last week. The news changes so quickly it’s hard to keep up. Both the Glenwood Station and Glenwood General Store have instituted new guidelines for social...

 

In whom do you place your trust these days?

Because I haven’t heard of any news except for the virus, let me touch on it. For those of you experiencing a bit of cabin fever, remember the current deadline for reprieve is when the Lyle school...

 

Grocers in Goldendale ramped up for curbside grocery pick-up

In order to slow the spread of Covid-19 while remaining open to serve our community, our local markets are now offering curbside pickup. Both Market Fresh and Holcomb’s have instituted advanced... Full story

 

Local group making masks for health professionals

Not just any face mask will do. During the current COVID-19 crisis, one kind of mask in particular is most effective; it’s called an N95. And a group of people in Goldendale are working hard to...

 

Gina Beierle

Gina Lee Beierle was called home on Feb. 24, 2020, at the age of 53. She was born April 29, 1966 to James L. and Glenda (Hartz) Beierle in The Dalles, Oregon. She resided most of her life at the... Full story

 

Lyle Trailhead of Klickitat Trail Closed

The Klickitat County Emergency Operations Center in Unified Command with the Klickitat County Public Health Department are directing people to follow the governor’s proclamation and “Stay Home,...

 

Klickitat Trout Unlimited cancels events

Klickitat Trout Unlimited (TU) has cancelled upcoming events in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. “While faced with what are certainly unconventional times, we want our members and supporters to...

 

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