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GOSP takes dark sky message to county

The Goldendale Observatory State Park (GOSP) took its traveling dark-sky road show to the Klickiat County commissioners' meeting last week. The...

 

Body in Simcoes found

The body of Robert S. Carroll was recovered from a location off Wilson Charley Road in the Simcoes on Feb. 12, according to Sheriff’s Deputy Pat Kaley. Carroll and Bobby Falken-Hagen became...

 

Olympia news round-up

The color of education Elliot Suhr - WNPA News Service Juanita Tellez, 23, remembers not being able to do her homework in third grade. When she...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    February 19, 2014

Hastings says he won't run again

U.S. Rep. Doc Hastings—who for most of his 20 years in Congress represented Klickitat County—announced Thursday his intention to retire. “Two decades ago, the people of Central Washington first...

 

School levies pass across county

School levies in all Klickitat County districts passed in Tuesday’s special election, some by overwhelming margins. In Goldendale, the school district Maintenance and Operation (M&O) levy passed by...

 

Larry Cecil

Larry went to be with the Lord after a battle with cancer on Feb. 10, 2014. Larry was born to Leo Meadgen Cecil and Edith Fern (Root) on Nov. 11, 1949...

 

Pills vs lifestyle, which works best?

Beginning Sunday, March 9, at 3:30 p.m., Galen Comstock, M.D. will present a series of lectures at Goldendale Better Living Center, 59 Bickleton Hwy....

 

Local Artist

"Heisenberg," a graphite portrait by Goldendale High School senior, Jansen Gunnyon, is one of the entries from Goldendale in this year's ESD 105...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – February 20, 1964 • Scouts from Troop 551, Goldendale, enjoyed a day of skiing at the Satus Ski Bowl Sunday, Feb. 16. Transportation to the ski area was furnished by Dean Gillenwate...

 

Raleigh Age

Raleigh Age passed away Feb. 8, 2014, at the age of 84. He lived in Goldendale most of his life. He is survived by his wife, Marian, two daughters, Judy, of Spokane, and Joni, of Goldendale; and six...

 

GHS releases honor roll for first semester

4.00 GPA: (10th grade) Amy Chapple, Kailey Garrigus, (11th grade) Leah Lewis, Cheyenne Smith, Tanner Tallman (12th grade) Monica Alcantar-Castro, Hannah Barta, Britni Bischoff, Matthew Blomquist,...

 

GHS senior appreciation, alumni games Thursday

Treacherous weather forced cancellation of the final basketball games in Goldendale and since the outcome had no impact on the approaching playoffs, the games were not rescheduled, leaving Goldendale...

 

GMS parent info night coming in March

Parents of Goldendale Middle School students are invited to join the staff and students for chilidogs and a Parent Information Night in the middle school cafeteria starting at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday,...

 

Local producer elected to FSA committee

Larry Williams of Goldendale has recently been elected to the Farm Service Agency Klickitat County Committee. He will help direct and implement federal farm programs for the next three years. “The...

 

Civility: Let's try that free-speech option in public life

The First Amendment protects our freedom to say and write just about anything we want — but that doesn’t mean we ought to, particularly in public life. The difference rests between “can” and...

 

Thank you for the holiday, Mr. President

This is the beginning of this column. Don’t question it. The most recent holiday that we’ve encountered is President’s Day, so I’d like to dedicate this article to Abraham Lincoln, Dwight...

 

TL Quilters hold Valentine lunch, receive grant from business association

On Feb. 10, the weather didn’t deter many as the Trout Lake Quilters hosted friends for a Valentine lunch. The day provided an opportunity for everyone to see most of the work done by the quilters...

 

Jerky and sweets offered by new business

Klickitat County is one of the Central Washington counties connected to the Ecology Youth Corps (EYC) which is Washington State’s largest youth employment program. These 13 to 17 year olds provide...

 

Call to artists, deadline to apply for TL Festival of the Arts April 9

The Trout Lake Festival of the Arts invites all artists of the Columbia Gorge and surrounding areas to apply to exhibit for the 19th Annual Trout Lake Festival of the Arts to be held July 12 and 13,...

 

Maryhill Museum of Art season opens soon

Maryhill Museum of Art’s 2014 season will open March 15 with the special exhibition. One of the Northwest’s most renowned Modernist sculptors, James Lee Hansen: Sculpture. The exhibition, which...

 

East District Court

December 17 •Jeffrey Ruiz: Disorderly Conduct (11/4/13); Guilty plea, 90 days/90 susp., fines/fees $558, 12 months probation. •Edward Paul Sellers: DUI (8/23/13); Guilty plea, 364 days/363 susp.,...

 

Enstad, Wilkins, Cully earn return trip to Mat Classic

Sometimes wrestling can be a game of inches, or maybe just seconds. The Goldendale Timberwolves claimed four spots in the State tournament this...

 

Yakama Nation boys and girls claim Regional berths

The Yakama Nation girls defeated Trout Lake 68-47 on Tuesday in Goldendale. Athena Wapsheli had her three-point shot working, draining 5 long range...

 

All Opponents Boys

The Greater Columbia Gorge League All Opponents Team members as chosen by coaches were: front (l-r) Joel Martin (Sunnyside Christian), Cody Carse...

 

All Opponents Girls

The Greater Columbia Gorge League All Opponents Team members as chosen by coaches were: front (l-r) Caitlin Scott (Trout Lake), Athena Wapsheli...

 

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