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Articles from the April 18, 2012 edition

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Helen

Helen is a 4 month old blind Shar Pei. She doesn't know that she is blind, She is very sweet and gets along with everyone. She loves people and loves...

 

Area hospitals get ‘crash’ course in patient surge

The scenario: a Redfox Bus has crashed on Interstate 84, just past the exit to Rowena, Ore., early Thursday morning, April 12. The bus had been en...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 18, 2012

Hill: BPA sends out final ‘ultimatum’ letters

The Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) has issued letters to Klickitat County landowners telling them they can accept a final offer of about...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 18, 2012

SAR training will be first in county

The Washington State Search and Rescue (SAR) 2012 Conference is going to be held in Klickitat County for the first time, from May 14 to May 20 at the...

 

Greater Tuna a good catch

Reverend Spikes, center (played by Miller White), delivers a eulogy during A Greater Tuna. White also plays Hank, Stanley, and Charlene Bumiller (a...

 

Rohrbacher ‘comes out’ in hometown on I-502

George Rohrbacher, Goldendale rancher, farmer, former state senator, and inventor of The Farming Game, has also been known off-and-on as an activist...

 

Edith McConnell

Edith Sarah Atkins McConnell reunited with her loved ones on the other side April 10, 2012 at her home in Union, Ore. Her life began in Vale, OR on... Full story

 

Goldendale library celebrates 100th year; festivities kick off in June

The Goldendale Community Library will celebrate its 100th birthday this year, and it is not holding out. The occasion will be a yearlong celebration,...

 

Carol Guinn

Linda Carol Guinn was born to Laura Jean and George Levi Denny on November 8, 1948, in Richland, Washington. Carol was raised in a good Christian home and attended Sunday school and church every... Full story

 

Free parenting program to be offered in Goldendale

A free Love and Logic Parenting Program will be held April 28, in Goldendale. Being the best parent you can be involves taking steps to strengthen your family and finding support when you need it....

 

Looking Back

25 Years Ago – April 16, 1987 • Enrollment at Goldendale Public Schools has dropped at an alarming rate during the past year. Since February, 67 students have left and attendance is down by over...

 

Goldendale’s 2012 Biggest Losers crowned

How do you win when you lose? Thirty-three local residents learned how when they entered Sole to Soul’s annual Biggest Loser contest and lost a...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    April 18, 2012

Be sure to get to the Home and Garden Show this week

This is going to be a big one. The Home and Garden Show gets bigger and better every year, and this one promises to be truly spectacular and a ton of...

 
 By Don Brunell    Opinion    April 18, 2012

Biomass is now environment’s new enemy

When environmental organizations pushed Washington voters to approve their renewable energy Initiative 937, they touted biomass energy—incinerated wood waste—as one of their preferred...

 

Sally Ride, Blues Brothers, Northern troops leave New Orleans

April 18: 1689—Some 86 years prior to the Revolutionary War, Massachusetts colonists revolted against the governor of the Dominion of New England, Sir Edmund Andros, on legal and religious grounds....

 

Run through scenic Trout Lake valley Saturday to raise money for student body

This Saturday in Trout Lake get your running shoes on and attend the Fifth annual Trout Lake Run! The run will take place Saturday, April 21, starting at 9 a.m. (Half-Marathon walkers start at 8...

 

How about a long hike after breakfast? Lions cook up hearty meal Saturday, KTC hikes Swale Canyon

Many regulars of the United Methodist Church openly wept during its closing service, Sunday, April 15. Past parishioners came from many miles in their support and to share the memorable day. For more...

 

Don’t miss Home and Garden show this weekend!

Last Saturday Klickitat Valley Health held their Health Fair at Goldendale High School with very good attendance. I felt like I was in a very healthy place; first, getting my blood test, and then...

 

Rabbits and guinea pigs train for Klickitat County Fair

4-H cavy (guinea pig) and rabbit owners and enthusiasts gathered at the Klickitat County Fairgrounds on Saturday, April 14 to learn more about their animals and the proper way to show them. Each...

 

Timber contracts topic of Forest Service meeting

De-Mystifying U.S. Forest Service Contracting, a workshop on timber contracts with the US Forest Service, will answer contracting questions and acquaint attendees with staff from the Gifford Pinchot...

 

Broadcaster scholarship awarded to Orion Yoesle

Orion Yoesle was awarded a $1,500 Washington State Broadcasters Scholarship from The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University. The Washington State Broadcasters...

 

Town auto shops collaborate on Spring Car Care Clinic

Carquest is hosting, with the help of several other automotive shops in Goldendale, a Spring Car Care Clinic. “It’s primarily designed for...

 

Skyline Hospital to offer digital mammography thanks to $160,000 grant

Skyline Hospital has been awarded an M.J. Murdock grant of $160,000 toward a new digital mammogram machine. This is excellent news for Skyline’s radiology department—and for women in the Gorge....

 

Scores/Matches and Schedules

Baseball April 10 Highland 5 Goldendale 3 Highland 15 Goldendale 14 April 14 Goldendale 1 Zillah 0 Goldendale 8 Zillah 3 Softball April 10 La Salle 18 Klickitat 17 La Salle 7 Klickitat 3 Hood River 10...

 

Risheim and Cameron shine in sprints at track home opener

It seemed a long time coming, but Goldendale’s track and field team finally saw some action with a pair of meets last week. The annual Simcoe/Thomps...

 

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