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Articles from the April 24, 2019 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 24, 2019

Project could mean millions for tax districts

At a meeting next Wednesday, May 1, you can learn how tax districts around Goldendale could stand to gain millions of dollars. For almost each...

 
 By Sandra DeMent    News    April 24, 2019

Proposed PUD rate increase: needed or not?

Like a lot of people, I’ve worked for decades, Monday through Friday, week after week. I didn’t take time off to participate in public hearings, governmental commissions, or other civic events....

 

State passes law to make daylight savings time permanent

Legislation to make daylight saving time the year-round standard passed the Washington State House of Representatives yesterday by a margin of 90 to...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 24, 2019

Busy Bunny

The Easter Bunny happened to be in town Sunday and stopped by the Fairgrounds to visit with very small people. Minutes later bunches of kids swarmed...

 

Here, Fishies

Photographer Gary Elkinton caught this Osprey in flight trolling for chow near The Dalles Riverwalk close to the Google complex....

 

Eight Mosbrucker bills en route to governor

Seven bills prime-sponsored by Rep. Gina Mosbrucker and one bill she co-sponsored have been sent or will soon be heading to Gov. Jay Inslee after passing the state Legislature. Three are scheduled for...

 
 By Stacey Sullivan    News    April 24, 2019

Goldendale FFA Plant Sale

The sun is out and the plants are ready! That means it is once again time for the annual Goldendale FFA Plant Sale. Students within the Goldendale Agr...

 

Burglary attempt foiled

On April 16 at about 11:50 a.m., Nelson Grabner and his wife, Michelle Grabner, called 911 to report someone was trying to break into their shop located at 99 Schrantz Road in Roosevelt. Grabner...

 

Gwendolyn Sue Worley

On April 12, 2019, our world lost a beautiful, sparkling soul to the heavens above. Gwen spent her last days surrounded by family and friends in... Full story

 

Robert Butts

Robert Wilbur Butts was born in Los Angeles, California, on Jan. 24, 1938 to Wilbur and Delores Butts. In the early 1960s, Robert moved to the... Full story

 

Samuel Brim

Samuel Arnold Brim was born in Hillsboro, Oregon, on Nov. 16, 1938 to Lillian (Hutchison) and Alfred Brim, Sr. He married Minnie Audrey Iannarelli in... Full story

 

Robert Theroux

Robert Dale Theroux, age 82, resident of Dallesport, died at home April 16, 2019.... Full story

 

Looking Back

April 4, 1889 - 130 Years Ago Several gentlemen have volunteered to take a thousand dollars each of stock in a first-class hotel in Goldendale. Who will be next? This is not by any means as big an...

 

Here's why you should be at the big meeting on May 1

Area residents interested in learning how a proposed clean energy project will provide millions of dollars to Rural 7 as well as the hospital, school, and rec districts—and possibly restart wind...

 

Letters from the Community

Are we a nation of laws? Just wondering—if the county can pick and choose what laws they “think” are unconstitutional, does that mean we can pick and choose what laws we want to obey based on...

 

Rodeo workshop coming

Andy McFall, son of Adam and Sara McFall, has been invited to attend the National Student Leadership Conference at the University of Washington this summer. It’s a great honor and one that is well d...

 

Kids hunt for mysterious eggs

Squeals of excitement pierced the air and could be heard down the block as children gathered for the Lion's Club Easter Egg Hunt Saturday at the Lyle...

 

Corry sponsors Glenwood student as House page

Glenwood High School student, Isabella Couch, recently traveled to Olympia to serve as a page in the state House of Representatives. She was sponsored by 14th Legislative District Rep. Chris Corry. ...

 

Legal Notices 04/24/19

PUBLICATION FOR: KLICKITAT COUNTY, WASHINGTON IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE JUVENILE DEPARTMENT THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO JASON BALL, allege d...

 

Program lets you dispose of drugs

The number one way youth obtain prescription drugs not prescribed to them is from friends and family members, with or without permission. In Washington State, 7 percent of 12th graders misused...

 

Crop Insurance deadline nears

USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) reminds Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington nursery growers the final date to apply for crop insurance coverage is May 1. Current policyholders who wish to...

 
 By Emma Epperly    News    April 24, 2019

Senate passes bill to remove personal vaccine exemption

In a late-night party-line vote, the Washington Senate approved the removal of the personal exemption for the measles, mumps, and rubella, the MMR vaccine last Wednesday. Senate Republicans used parli...

 
 By Emma Epperly    News    April 24, 2019

Law changes statute of limitations for sex crimes

There will be no statute of limitations for most sex crimes against minors and longer statutes of limitations for rape under legislation signed...

 
 By Emma Epperly    News    April 24, 2019

Felon voting rights bill signed by Inslee

Legislation focused on streamlining the process and notification requirements to felons of their voting rights and the restoration of those rights was signed by Governor Jay Inslee last Wednesday....

 

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