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Articles from the November 23, 2016 edition

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Hymning and Ha-Ha-ing

This season especially always seems to bring with it a heap of family traditions, whether that comes in the form of an annual mad dash to The Dalles...


Bargain Boutique will open with vendors

Rachel Olp's dream has always been to own her own business, and in the past she has been a consultant for multiple online shopping services such as...


A Goldendale adoptee on Adoption Week

As the month of pink for breast cancer awareness is now long over, November has not only brought along the frost and fog, but another cause: national... Full story


Klickitat Co. denies Dallesport rezone plans Developer has right to appeal or submit revised plan, following county's decision

Citing safety concerns, the Klickitat County Board of Commissioners voted 2-0 in Goldendale on Tuesday to deny a rezoning application on a residential parcel in Dallesport. Developer Bill Maley, a...


Reduce Fire Risk by Practicing Electrical Safety in Your Home

With colder weather coming on, you may be thinking about digging out that electric blanket or space heater, but you may want to consider a few safety precautions first. “Don’t take shortcuts with...


Linda K. Adcock

Linda K. Adcock, 76, passed away in Portland, Oregon, on Nov. 19, 2016.  She was born to Hilda (Nielsen) and Elmer Huckfeldt in Torrington, Wyoming, on April 22, 1940.  Linda married Kenneth Adcock... Full story


Nestlé and the info netherworld

Where does The Sentinel stand on the issue of Nestlé bringing a water bottling facility to Goldendale? A reader wrote in and asked that question,... Full story



Last week, on the Opinion page (page 4), The Sentinel ran a comic by Branco. The news commentator is asking “What exactly are you protesting?” and the protestor answers “DEMOCRACY.” In the... Full story


A serious discussion on the Election …

No balloons, no confetti, little pomp and circumstance accompanied Trump’s decisive victory. Now sore-loser, entitlement-minded, and anarchist protesters help us pragmatic and critical-thinking... Full story


An open letter to Goldendale Mayor Mike Canon and the City Council

I would like to better understand the proposed idea to sell one of our natural resources, water, which the City currently has the rights on. Before we the people can have an input on the matter, we... Full story


Gobbling up the good news

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. We hope you all have a wonderful time with family and friends over the holiday weekend. It’s always a pleasure to share news of achievements of young people living in...


Any other business?

Although reservations were made for at least 20, some members of the Sundowner RV Club had not responded to the earlier RSVP, which caused waitresses to scurry for more tables and chairs at the...


Give thanks by giving back

With the Thanksgiving holiday this week, the holiday season will be officially ushered in and there are ways to give back to your local community while shopping for gifts for friends and family....


Dodge this! 29 teams, nearly 200 participants compete in eighth annual dodgeball tourney

The five Ds of dodgeball were on full display Saturday night in the jam packed Goldendale High School gymnasium as more than 175 participants ranging... Full story


Cougars, Huskies meet with Pac-12 title on the line

There hasn’t quite been an Apple Cup like Friday’s game at 12:30 p.m. at Martin Stadium in Pullman is shaping up to be. Husky fans will be...


On the street

It's been a long time since both the Huskies and Cougars enjoyed the amount of success this late in the college football season as they have this...


Centerville Homeschooler Wins Art Scholarship

Katherine Chiles, a homeschooled high school senior, won a Central Washington University Art Scholarship for her self-portrait in the 2016 Look at Me high school art competition held at CWU. Chiles,...


Herrera- Beutler questions bike measure

Jaime Herrera Beutler is questioning a decision by the U.S. Forest Service to ban pedal-assist bicycles, which are frequently used by individuals with disabilities, on bicycle trails in federal... Full story


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