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WSDA to investigate ag fraud

While growers are starting to harvest hay and early-season produce, they also need to focus on their bottom line, including getting paid promptly. The Washington State Department of Agriculture...

 

Heading to Nationals

Goldendale High School’s VEX robotics team of Ben Wooden, Elena, Michael and Matthew Blomquist took first place at the state convention in March....

 

East District Court

April 3 •Jesse N.P. Dupont: Recreational fishing 2 (8/11/11); Bail forfeiture, $109. •Meghan Jean Giron: Fishing Without License or Catch Card (8/11/11); Dismissedper plea agreement. April 5...

 
 By Bev Linde    Features    May 2, 2012

A day’s work on the Klickitat Trail

Five cheerful faces met at Pitt 8:20 a.m. Sunday, April 29, to work on the Klickitat Trail. This was the start of six work-time hours in sun,...

 

Getting the word out

Washington State Poet Laureate Kathleen Flenniken recites a poem from her book Plume at the Final Friday Poetry Night, April 27, at the Golden Art...

 

Hood River man cited for DUI in rollover accident near Dallesport

A Hood River man was injured in a single vehicle roll-over, two miles east of Dallesport on Highway 14, last week. According to the Washington State Patrol, James Michael Kahoe, 22, was headed...

 

Friday games at La Salle critical for top two finish

The showdown between league leading Naches Valley and second place Goldendale baseball teams was played in Goldendale on Tuesday, after The Sentinel...

 

Coed softball league forming

An organizational meeting for an intermural, coed softball league is scheduled for May 4 at Ekone Park, The meeting, which begins at 6:30 p.m., is being held to discuss the formation of teams with...

 

Equestrians claim seven gold medals, all six advance to State

Katherina Palme never rode a western saddle before coming to Goldendale. Now she is on her way to the State equestrian championships as the regional...

 

Bickleton asserts its pole vaulting dominance at Bowerman Classic

Bickleton’s pole vaulters put on a show at the Bowerman Classic in Condon, Saturday. The meet was kicked off with a dedication of the newly...

 

Singles come through for Wolves against Scotties and Rangers

Goldendale rebounded on the tennis court from home losses to Zillah, with a pair of 3-2 wins over Highland on Thursday and a split with Naches Valley...

 

GHS girls battle for playoff spot

Goldendale’s 2-4 Lady Timberwolves are scheduled to play in La Salle on Friday, as they try to hold onto a top four softball playoff spot. The girls went into Tuesday’s double-headers against...

 

Chinook season extended above Bonneville Dam

Anglers will have at least four more days to fish for hatchery-reared spring chinook salmon on a section of the Columbia River stretching 163 miles upstream from Bonneville Dam. Citing the late...

 

Conway on a roll as track and field Districts approach

Nobody is hotter than Brady Conway who racked up nine first place finishes in 11 events at three meets last week. Along the way, the Goldendale...

 

Timberwolves upset Rangers 9-8 in Goldendale

Goldendale defeated the state's number one ranked Naches Valley Rangers 9-8 in game one of a double header played in Goldendale, May 1. In the bottom...

 

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