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Articles from the April 16, 2014 edition

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The bunnymobile

Claudine Wade has an old truck decked out for Easter, including a giant egg on the truck bed and bunnies in the cab....

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 16, 2014

Dinner to honor vet raises funds to buy chair

Note: The Sentinel learned only yesterday afternoon that the recipient of the charity described in the following story already was in possession of a...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    April 16, 2014

Gorge Commission meets in Goldendale

Klickitat County and the Columbia River Gorge Commission are close to an agreement that both parties hope will help the plight of Klickitat County...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 16, 2014

More candidates enter state rep race

The problem with government, Ben Shoval says, is it tends to spend first and then tries to figure out how to cover its spending. "We don't usually...

 

Blood Moon

The lunar eclipse last week caused eerie shades of red across the moon's appearance, visible enough to be caught by a hand-held camera as in this...

 

Jussila arrested in The Dalles, wanted for Goldendale burglary

The prime suspect in a Goldendale burglary was arrested two weeks ago in The Dalles. According to Goldendale police, Dennis Jussila was arrested after attempting to sell jewelry at a shop in The...

 

Herrington to stand trial on molestaton charges

A Goldendale man is scheduled to face charges of child molestation on Aug. 20, following a Superior Court hearing last week. Rosser Herrington pled not guilty to charges which included four counts of...

 

Anthony Hernandez honored for gift of life

Former Wishram resident and volunteer fire fighter Andrew Hernandez and five others were honored on April 15, posthumously with an award from Governor Jay Inslee acknowledging the lives they saved thr...

 

Ready for fishing

Seven members of the Klickitat chapter 484 of Trout Unlimited and 11 members of Boy Scout troop 751, of Goldendale, picked up 10 huge bags of trash...

 

Kathleen Rich

Kathleen Dee Hutchins Niemeyer Rich passed away at home in Goldendale, Washington on April 7, 2014. She was 66 years old. Kathleen was born to Ruth M. (Mathews) and Lloyd D. Hutchins in Portland, Oreg... Full story

 

Ronald Hansen

Ronald N. Hansen, nearly 86, passed away April 9, 2014. He was born June 12, 1928 in Los Angeles, Calif., to Florence and Walter Hansen. Hansen, who... Full story

 

Charles Conlee

Charles “Chuck” Thomas Conlee Jr. April 21, 1924-Feb. 23, 2014 Charles “Chuck” Thomas Conlee Jr., 89, peacefully passed away on Feb. 23, 2014 in Vancouver, WA. He was born in Goldendale,... Full story

 

Glenn Lee

Glenn M. Lee, 99, passed away Thursday, April 10, 2014 in Texas. Services will be held at the IOOF Mountain View Cemetery, Goldendale, Washington on May 3, 2014. A complete obituary will appear in a... Full story

 

Local teachers help keep Washington No. 1 in national certification

Washington State is No. 1 in the nation this year with 516 new National Board Certified Teachers, bringing the state total to 7,333 nationally...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – April 16, 1964 The Dig and Dream Garden club members planted shrubs around the Klickitat County Historical Society’s Museum as part of their yard beautification project. The club fi...

 

Scarlett Grace Runyan

Scarlett Grace Runyan was born Feb. 12, 2014 to Shannon and Eddie Runyan, at home in Goldendale. Scarlett was delivered in a waterbirth into her father’s hands. She weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and...

 
 By Jason Gibbs    Opinion    April 16, 2014

End of a technological era means added security risks

Back in October, 2001, Windows XP was released, ushering in a new realm of internet connectivity and technological prowess that amazed the masses. This operating system (OS) has proven, over more...

 

The Talent Show needs more talent

To the Editor: Goldendale High Sschool Drama’s Talent Show fund raiser for Raven Java McCandless has 18 musical and dance numbers from the high school, one primary pianist, and a rock band who has...

 
 By Jane Alford    Opinion    April 16, 2014

Churchill was not dishonored

To the Editor: This is in reply to Bill Davis’s letter of April 9, 2014, printed in The Sentinel. On Oct. 30, 2013, Paul Lewis, wrote an article in The Guardian. In part it said: “The bust of Sir...

 
 By Don Brashers    Opinion    April 16, 2014

Why choose a tree over people?

To the Editor: This letter is written to let the people in the community of Lyle know how unjust some people can be. The County made an agreement with my wife and me about widening the road from...

 

Time for alternative to Herrera Beutler

To the Editor: The story repeats itself. We the people listen to the speeches and on that basis buy into a political candidate. Few of us really look into the voting record, but those of us who have...

 

TL community breakfast Sunday

Spring has sprung with the gorgeous weather and Easter coming this weekend it sure feels like it! Get into the festivities at Mt. Adams Baptist Church. They are sponsoring the annual Community...

 

Easter service and egg hunt for Glenwood residents

Oh my goodness, spring is arriving in the Glenwood Valley! Green grass growing; and daffodils sporting their beautiful yellow flowers around old homesteads and along fence lines. Sandhill Crane pairs...

 

GPS auditions for Blackbeard the Pirate scheduled for April 21

Auditions will be held for Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) production of Blackbeard the Pirate on Monday, April 21 in the Goldendale Primary School gymnasium from 2:50 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. Those...

 

Lyle to welcome Easter bunny with egg hunt Saturday

Here comes Peter Cotton Tail…hopping down to the Lyle Park where the Lyle Lions Club is having its annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19, at 9 a.m.  Children from ages two to 10 are...

 

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