Articles from the April 10, 2013 edition

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 By Deb Brumley    News    April 10, 2013

Jim Allyn on birthdays and business

Seven days a week the doors of the combination white paint, tar-papered and vintage wood multi-shaped building supply store on North Mill Street in...

 
 By Deb Brumley    News    April 10, 2013

Internet broadband consortium keeps momentum going

If there is more discussion in communities lately about internet connectivity, broadband connections, bandwidth or speed, it is likely due to the efforts of a large consortium of organizations in the...

 
 By Dallas Smith    News    April 10, 2013

Library book exchange encourages young readers

On April 20, the Goldendale Community Library will hold its fourth annual Children’s Book Exchange from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The exchange is an Earth...

 

Man arrested for molesting teenage son

A Goldendale man was arrested and charged with child molestation, according to Goldendale Police. On April 1, police received a complaint from the mother of a 15 year old boy claiming the boy had...

 
 By Deb Brumley    Blotter    April 10, 2013

Sept. jury trial is scheduled for former GHS paraeducator

Orders for continuance of the Klickitat County Superior court case will delay a trial until September this year for Cheri Powers, the former paraeducator who was fired nearly a year ago, after being...

 

Two sent to KVH following SR97 car trailer collision

A Monday collision on SR 97 between a semi-truck and trailer and a 1997 Honda sent an Oregon woman and a 5-year old girl to the hospital with unspecified injuries. The accident occurred around 2:20...

 

James A. Randall

James Albert Randall passed away in Goldendale, WA on April 2, 2013, at the age of 60 from heart failure. He was born in Tonasket, Wash., to Jerry...

 

Eunice Trumbo

Eunice (Hayes) Trumbo, 90, passed away on April 4, 2013 at Klickitat Valley Hospital in Goldendale, Wash. She was born Sept. 20, 1922 in LaCrosse, Indiana to Philip and Lida (Benham) Hayes. She...

 

SmileMobile, dental care for kids coming to Goldendale

The Washington Dental Service Foundation SmileMobile is coming to Goldendale to care for children with dental needs. Oral Health disease affects half of all Washington State first and second graders....

 

Timmerman hanging; curse fulfilled

At the time of the hanging the Klickitat County courthouse stood in the middle of what now is West Court Street, and just west of Columbus Avenue. It...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    April 10, 2013

Warning: they're putting warning labels on books

Congratulations to our intern from Goldendale High School, Dallas Smith, on her excellent article on the Goldendale Library’s upcoming book exchange...

 

Strong staff support is helpful

District Court intrinsically has a hefty caseload, and to manage it requires dedication, stamina, and a natural affability. We’re fortunate to be able to find that in our support staff. Our...

 
 By Ken McKune    Opinion    April 10, 2013

I-502 a windfall?

To the Editor: Could we be on the brink of an economic windfall from the passage of I-502? Why should we fear the possible cultural, social, and economic renaissance that promises to dump potential...

 

Home Health Care is great

To the Editor: I would like to tell you about my experience with the Home Health Department at the Klickitat Valley Health. After I was discharged from the hospital, Home Health came to my house and...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    April 10, 2013

Lee's last address, Lincoln killed, Titanic goes down

April 10: 837—Halley’s Comet and Earth come closest to each other by only 3.2 million miles. 1865—General Robert E. Lee addresses his troops for the last time after his surrender at Appomattox....

 

Lyle School board still looking to fill vacancy

Could the hat I found be yours? It was laying on Highway 14 near the Activity Center. Call (509) 365-0060 and give a description. I would love to get you both united again. I’m sure it misses your...

 

Spring arrives in Glenwood valley

What a gorgeous area we live in! The grass is greening up and starting to grow for the cattle and wildlife. The daffodils are showing off their bright yellow hats; and the trees are budding up and...

 

Tour Gorge artists' studios this weekend

I’m sure you are aware of the Gorge Artists Open Studios Tour, which occurs every spring along the Gorge from White Salmon to The Dalles. The dates are April 12 through the 14, from 10 a.m. to 5...

 

Port releases marina park plans

The Port of Klickitat has released its plan for improvements to the parking area at Marina Park. The design includes vehicle parking for park users...

 

East District Court

March 5 •Tasha Jo Prindel: DWLS 3 (11/2/11); Guilty plea, 90 days/90 susp., fines/fees $960, 12 month bench probation. •Terrence Ray Scherer: DWLS 3 (9/17/11); Dismissed per city motion. •Terren...

 

Athletes wrap up spring break on blustery day in Condon

Amid the ever changing weather, typical of Condon at this time of year, a number of personal records were set by track and field competitors from...

 

Pirates boys win team title at Boardman meet

Peter Clinton had a dream meet at Boardman, on Saturday, in fact it was just short of perfection. Clinton led the Bickleton boys to the team title in the Columbia River Invitational by winning three...

 

Tyndall wins figure 8 at District meet

Amelia Tyndall made it two in a row, winning the figure 8 competition at the second District equestrian meet in Moses Lake, last weekend. Tyndall’s win puts her at the front of the line in...

 

Correction

The Klickitat softball player shown in a photo in last week’s Sentinel was misidentified. The player is actually Julianna Quinton....

 

Rollover accident at Maryhill grade

A Goldendale resident was injured this afternoon in a rollover accident near the top of the Maryhill grade. Purley K. Head was driving a 1996 Mercury...

 

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