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Articles from the April 15, 2020 edition

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Ross Foundation supports start of literacy program

When the Ross Foundation was approached by The Goldendale Sentinel to partner with them in a literacy program called "Kid Scoop" for middle school...

 

County death toll reaches 2

Klickitat County’s total number of cases that have tested positive for Covid-19 is now at 14, according to information updated yesterday by the Klickitat County Health Department. There are now two...

 

Construction to start on new county building

The Klickitat County Public Works department is currently overseeing the commencement of construction on the new Klickitat County Services Building...

 
 By Peggy Woodard    News    April 15, 2020

Easter observed in unique and creative ways this year

Easter, or Resurrection Day as it is referred to by the Christian church, was definitely different this year than in years past since we are dealing with such isolation issues, and people had to be a...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 15, 2020

Reps discuss new extension bill

U.S. Reps. Jaime Herrera Beutler and Derek Kilmer, both of Washington, will introduce the Paycheck Protection Program Extension bill, designed to...

 
 By John Miller    News    April 15, 2020

Centerville School postpones celebration

The Centerville School officially confirms postponement of their 100th Centennial Celebration. The committee is continuing with their planning and...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    April 15, 2020

City council meets by phone

The Goldendale City Council met Monday, April 6 by phone. Unfortunately, the number published on the city website transposed two numbers on the instructions for call-in, so many people who wanted to...

 

Flexibility for graduating seniors approved by State Board

At a special Board Meeting last Thursday, the State Board of Education adopted emergency rules that allow school districts to apply for greater flexibility in awarding a diploma to high school...

 

Regulators expand bill assistance program for Avista customers

The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC) today approved temporary changes to Avista Corporation’s Low-Income Rate Assistance Program (LIRAP) to provide aid to customers who have...

 

Going to the grocery store

The Washington State Department of Health offers these guidelines for shopping at grocers: Grocery stores are very diverse, and what works for one might not work for another. We’ve seen some...

 

John Roger Alexander

John Roger Alexander was born February 29, 1956 to Ronald and Hilda (Johnson) Alexander. He went home to be with the Lord on April 7, 2020. John is... Full story

 

LOOKING BACK

March 21, 1895 – 125 Years Ago The legislature of New York furnishes a surprise. It has passed a bill to authorize the courts of the state to lay the whip upon the back of “every male person...

 
 By Jim Miller    Opinion    April 15, 2020

Beware of coronavirus scams aimed at seniors

Dear Savvy Senior, Amid all the troubling coronavirus news, I’ve also read that there are various coronavirus scams going around right now taking advantage of innocent people who are afraid of...

 

LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

She's the one Endorsing Carolyn Long’s campaign for the Third Congressional District seat is meaningful because of her strong platform and accessibility. As COVID-19 abruptly altered the political...

 

Continuing to adapt

We continue adapting to life as we now know it during this coronavirus pandemic. The Camas Prairie Pioneers Association spring meeting, scheduled for the first Sunday in May, has been cancelled. The...

 

The three F's

Fright, Flight, or Fight. Let’s look at this virus outbreak as a horror flick and check out what can be done to conquer the unconquerable. In the plot of the story, finding out the monster is not...

 

Who's open?

Want to know who has a right to be open these days? The State of Washington has detailed information on what is considered “essential” business. The complete detailed list of such businesses...

 

Student contest extended to May 31

Legacy Washington’s “Ahead of the Curve” student contest submission deadline has been extended to May 31. Washington students in grades 6-12 wishing to enter the contest must submit an entry...

 

Maryhill at home

Maryhill Museum, like most of the country, is closed for now, but you can still take a virtual look at some of its exhibits: A Particular Beauty: Romanian Folk Clothing You can now take a virtual peek...

 
 By John Kruse    News    April 15, 2020

The Washington Outdoors Report: Time enough at last

One of the best-known episodes from the classic television series “The Twilight Zone”, was about a bespectacled bookworm named Henry Bemis. All he wanted to do was read books undisturbed, but life...

 

Legals for April 15, 2020

SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR CLARK COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF THOMAS D. SVENDSEN, Deceased. Case No. 20-4-00118-06 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) The Personal...

 

Students can listen to Audible Books for free

Wednesday, April 15 The Sentinel today starts a new online section, called Stay-At-Home Resources. It begins with news about a powerful book resource available for free: Audible.com, a for-pay source... Full story

 

County residents asked to refrain from burning

April 16, 2020 This just in from Klickitat County agencies: The Klickitat County Board of Commissioners along with The Klickitat County Public Health Department (KCPHD) and The Department of... Full story

 

County reports two more positive cases

April 17 Klickitat County’s total number of cases that have tested positive for Covid-19 is now at 16, according to information updated by the Klickitat County Health Department. The number of... Full story

 

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