Articles from the April 4, 2012 edition

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 By Rebecca Gourley    News    April 4, 2012

Road project hearing focuses on trees

A public hearing regarding the proposed road improvement project for the west side of town was held at the City Council meeting Monday night. The...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 4, 2012

Pushy letters showing up in county

Some residents of Klickitat County are receiving official-looking notices in the mail saying their water service or vehicles are uninsured and urging...

 

Play features lots of quick changes

The set, simple, but the character adaption will be challenging. In the play A Greater Tuna, there are a total of 20 characters, but the Goldendale Hi...

 

Beginning to flood

The Klickitat River began to encroach upon Highway 142 about a mile north of Klickitat on Friday afternoon. The river rose rapidly on Friday, peaking...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 4, 2012

Vehicle renewals to be done only online

Beginning the first of next year, Washingtonians will only be able to renew their vehicle registrations online before they expire. “The DOL...

 

Sentinel readers get shot at free HD radio

Some people with highly developed audiophile sensibilities feel that listening to the radio is like watching fireworks with sunglasses on. You just...

 
 By Rebecca Gourley    News    April 4, 2012

Vacant GVT to be reconfigured for clinic

The lights are out at Golden View Terrace (GVT). All of the residents have been moved, and some were able to stay in Goldendale, says to John White,...

 

This week's most wanted

The Goldendale Police are looking for Roy Chubb. Chubb, 40, is wanted for failure to appear on a charge of driving while license is suspended in the...

 

Violet Marie Froehlich

Violet Marie Froehlich passed away on April 2, 2012, at age 83 and will be sadly missed by family and friends. She was born the first of nine chil... Full story

 

Lee Roy Vaughn

Lee Roy Vaughn "Shorty" "Papa" died March 24, 2012. Shorty was born in Rush Springs, Okla., August 16, 1938. He attended Sunnyside High School. After graduating in 1957, he joined the Army and was... Full story

 

Underwater egg hunt at pool

Looking for a different type of Easter egg hunt? Check out the Goldendale Swimming Pool for their second annual Easter Egg Hunt in the water, Saturday, April 7, starting at 2 p.m. Plastic Easter eggs...

 

Looking Back

25 Years Ago – April 2, 1987 • To the Editor: Just wanted to call attention to the big scoop your paper missed when they put the story of the birth of a 17 pound baby on page eight of your last...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    April 4, 2012

April Fool’s apparently is a state of mind as well as a day

Some stories you just have to run because they’re just too strange. We’re not talking about the three April Fool’s stories in this week’s...

 

Where’s credit for the event?

To the Editor: The Greater Goldendale Chamber of Commerce recently ran an ad in the “Let’s Get Acquainted” publication produced by The Goldendale Sentinel. I couldn’t help but notice the...

 
 By Leo Spencer    Opinion    April 4, 2012

Firefighters’ Auction a helpful event

To the Editor: With the seemingly constant wet weather we’ve had lately, it’s hard to remind yourself that just a few short months ago we were facing one of the most devastating wildfires our area...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    April 4, 2012

This Week in History

April 4: 1818—Congress decides (a novel concept) that our flag will have 13 red and white strip to represent the 13 colonies and 20 stars, one for each state. 1865—A day after the Union captures...

 

Avila, Class of 2014 top chili chefs

Glenwood School students organized a Chili-Cook-Off competition on March 28. Locals and school classes entered the friendly competition that resulted in bragging rights for community member, Lori...

 

Egg hunt Saturday at Lyle Park Place

The Lion’s Club is presenting their Annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Lyle Park Place on Saturday, April 7, at 9 a.m., with the OLESS on board to help sponsor it. It will be a grand time to come out...

 

Towne Hall meeting reset to accomodate legislators extended session

With the Fourth Annual Goldendale Home and Garden Show less than three weeks away, I thought I would give you a heads-up on a few of the Master Gardener Workshops to be held on Friday, April 20, and...

 

Bickleton Church holds Easter dinner Sunday

Sophomores in Bickleton High School ranked number one among 33 schools statewide in their statewide high school proficiency tests. They earned 100 percent scores in math and reading exams. Three...

 

Arlington Jackpot Rodeo moved to second weekend in May

The Arlington Jackpot Rodeo has been moved to May 12-13. The rodeo traditionally ran during the first weekend in May, but made a change to the second weekend, for the first time in more than 60...

 

Previously rejected school levy back in the hands of Lyle voters

Lyle school is giving it one more try to pass a continuation of their maintenance and operation (M&O) budget for 2013 and 2014. Ballots were put in...

 

Couple’s refusal to leave motel leads to drug, trespass arrest

Two people were arrested on drug charges at the Ponderosa Motel after drawing attention of the Goldendale Police with their refusal to leave. Police were called to the motel on April 1, around 1 p.m....

 

Smith’s journey leads to long lost relative

Lin Smith of Goldendale recently discovered she has a sibling she never knew. In this conclusion of her story, Smith shares how this extraordinary life event occurred. My journey does have a happy...

 

Company advertises coffin “for those who love bacon to death”

J&D’s Foods is putting the “fun” back in funerals. The company, headquartered in Seattle, is offering it’s Bacon Coffin™ starting at just under $3,000. The company says its caskets are ...

 

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