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Some bunny loves me

Left, a child gets a close-up look at the Easter Bunny Sunday morning at the Klickitat County Fairgrounds. The annual Easter egg hunt, sponsored by...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 3, 2013

Gun rights rally fills town hall meeting

A Second Amendment town hall meeting in Centerville Saturday packed the Grange Hall to overflowing, provided a PowerPoint on the history of gun laws...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 3, 2013

Study shows city right for bus tours

Goldendale is ripe for tour buses to pull into, according to a feasibility study just completed. Falcon’s Crest Inc. (FCI), a consulting company for package travel tourism, completed the study to...

 
 By Deb Brumley    News    April 3, 2013

Council considers Farmers' Market request

While the agenda appeared light for the Goldendale City Council’s April 1 meeting, discussion was brisk and productive as council members took in Farmers’ Market information and considered other...

 

Blowmato explosion throws pulp over legislative GMO debate

Opponents of the Washington State legislature’s proposed bill to require labeling of genetically modified foods suffered a significant setback Monda...

 

Spring festivals, bird watching kickoff in April

For many anglers, “opening day” is synonymous with the start of the lowland lakes trout-fishing season, which gets under way April 27 this year. Hundreds of thousands of Washingtonians typically d...

 

Free cash flow clinic for small businesses, April 8 at PUD

Managing cash flow so it is more inward than outward, is the topic of a workshop presented by the Small Business Development Center of the Columbia Gorge Community College, April 8, in Goldendale....

 

April Fool's Day contest in this week's paper

It’s The Sentinel’s third annual April Fool’s Day issue—which means hidden in this week’s newspaper are two stories that are totally fictional and (hopefully) very funny. The first reader...

 

Francis Lee Sanders

“Sandy” May 3, 1928-March 24, 2013 Francis Lee Sanders, known as Sandy to his friends and family, was born May 3, 1928 to Francis and Anna...

 

Retha Rometa Crooks

Retha Rometa Crooks passed away in Hood River on March 30, 2013 at the age of 71. She was born to Algea Hugh Rice and Juanita (Groutte) Rice in Jay, Oklahoma on June 9, 1941. At the age of fifteen...

 

Michael Ray Henderson

Feb. 25, 1951 – March 26, 2013 Michael was born in White Salmon, son of Ernest and Annette Henderson. Michael was a logger and a veteran. He enjoyed writing music and poems; cooking, gardening, and...

 

Top award

Macy Kayser was recognized at the Klickitat County Cattleman's Banquet, held March 23. Her awards include: Hassing Memorial Steer, Steer of Merit,...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – April 4, 1963 • Chief Gus George, 57, head of the Rock Creek subdivision of the Yakima Indian Nation since 1955, died in a fire at Roosevelt last Friday. Funeral rites were held at...

 

Scouts holding food drive

Alicia McInturff, Cub Master for the Goldendale Pack 551, has announced another food drive for the month of April. Donations of any non-expired, non-perishable food products can be dropped off at any...

 

Trail obstacle clinic

Need help with a horse? A trail obstacle clinic will be held April 13, 9 a.m., 176 Horseshoe Bend Rd. The one-day clinic will feature clinician Lance Monagon. Cost is $50, includes lunch. Call...

 

GHS 1963 classmates to reunite

Members of Goldendale High School’s class of 1963 are making plans for their 50-year class reunion. The event is set for June 28-30, and will include a prime rib or chef’s salad dinner prepared...

 
 By Lori Hoctor    Opinion    April 3, 2013

Prosecuting Attorney's office offers mid-term report

My administration is a little past the first term halfway mark. I am happy to report that my office has made substantial strides in fulfilling the promises pledged in my campaign. This office no...

 

EMS levy could make drastic change

In the last Java Talk meeting, Klickitat Valley Health CEO John White spoke of the impact having a county-wide emergency services levy would have on the hospital district. “It makes a gigantic...

 

KVH still has billing issues

To the Editor: I encourage everyone to attend the board meetings at the hospital. It is amazing what is going on that the public is not aware of. I was one of those people. My son had two emergencies...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    April 3, 2013

MacArthur fades away, first synagogue, DNA published

April 3: 1220—First Native American smoke signal is used. The message sent was: “Can you read me? Can you read me now? ” 1973—In New York City, the first portable cell phone call is made. The...

 

There's still time to sign up for Home & Garden Show

The Fifth Annual Goldendale Home and Garden Show is just around the corner, April 19-21. So, if you were still thinking of having a booth to showcase your business, check with the Goldendale Chamber...

 

Be alert, cougar sighted taking stroll through Lyle area again

Rusty Hunt, State Grange Membership Chair will be present to administer a little CPR to our local Columbia Grange, located about a mile and a half up Old Highway 8. He will be leading a meeting...

 

TL Business Association gives out $3,000 in grants

April will be a busy, busy month here in Trout Lake. But first to wrap up March, at the Community Council meeting the feasibility study for a possible sewer system in the part of Trout Lake zoned...

 

Workday Sunday at Glenwood rodeo grounds

What beautiful weather we all enjoyed over the weekend for the Easter activities! Reports are that many Easter eggs were found at the community park on Saturday even though the Easter bunny had...

 

Davis fundraiser Sunday

A fundraiser for Ryan Davis and his cancer treatment will be held Sunday April 7, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Bickleton Church Fellowship Hall. There will be music, talent show, silent auction, and...

 

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