Articles from the May 9, 2018 edition
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Small school postseason track and field meets begin this week
The Class 2B Lyle-Wishram Cougars and all five Class 1B Greater Columbia Gorge League track and field teams will be in action this week, striving to... Full story
Five stand-out Mother's Day gift ideas for every family
(StatePoint) Need a Mother's Day gift that truly shines? Take these fun and practical ideas into consideration. 1. A clean house. Let Mom take a load...
Allison Gilliam continues to climb GHS record books as sub district meet nears
Just two weeks ago in Highland, senior Allison Gilliam moved up to second place in Goldendale's all-time track and field record books in the 100... Full story
Goldendale girl golfers compete at sub districts Tuesday, boys on Thursday in Mattawa
Goldendale's golfers are all set for the South Central Athletic Conference Sub District match, which began for the girls on Tuesday at the Sage Hills... Full story
Goldendale baseball falls in district opener in Connell, hosts Royal Friday
Prior to Tuesday's district playoff opening game against Connell, head coach Ann Cochran dubbed the Goldendale baseball team the Cardiac Kids after... Full story
Three Cougars earn All Opponent honors on the baseball diamond
Although the Lyle-Wishram-Klickitat baseball team’s season ended just shy of reaching the District 5/6 2B Tournament, a couple of big hitters and a... Full story
Goldendale soccer teams finish season Sunday in The Dalles
Both Goldendale boys and girls teams played in the last regular season games of the Gorge 5v5 Soccer League last Sunday in The Dalles, where the boys... Full story
City asked to consider BMX track
One of the items on the Goldendale City Council agenda last night caused concern to one motivated citizen with a dream. Brock Warner has been preaching the benefits of constructing a BMX track for...
County students to benefit from get-outdoors grant
A No Child Left Inside (NCLI) grant was recently awarded by the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission to the Columbia Gorge Ecology...
Trout Unlimited looks to the future
The Klickitat County Chapter of Trout Unlimited is looking for new members who are interested in participating in upcoming youth events, learning abou...
How a sibling came to be found
So I met my sister last week. Well, not in person. We visited via email and phone and got to know each other a bit. Neither of us knew the other...
Local radio to honor WWI fallen
The people who served our country in World War I have been having their deserved share of spotlight this year, this being the 100th anniversary of the war’s end on November 11. KVGD-LP 100.1, also...
Goldendale girls tennis claims league title after beating Scotties
Prior to the start of this year's spring sports season, Goldendale head tennis coach Channon Bighorn knew his strong and experienced team of girls cou... Full story
A Celebration of Motherhood in scripture and in life
When I was a boy, research was accomplished by looking in an encyclopedia. So, to learn about Mother’s Day we would look it up. In our house, Encyclopedia Britannica was the option. Here is what I...
LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY
Back to normal I would like to extend a very belated thank you to the City, and especially Ken Bostick, for the assistance given last summer in cleaning up the property next door to me. It is so nice...
Man Killed in accident
A 60-year-old man died at an Oregon hospital after his motorcycle and a car collided about 10 miles north of town, Washington State Patrol reported. Mark L. (Merek) Hodges of Goldendale died at...
Schuster heads to OSU
Congratulations to former Glenwood student Corbin (CJ) Schuster on his graduation with a B.S. in Microbiology from Heritage University in Yakima on May 5th. CJ will soon be off to Oregon State...
The Show was a hit
The Goldendale Home Garden & Sportsman’s show was another hit last weekend. There were a few new vendors, and a rock climbing tower which was a hit. Bishops Services showed off their brand new...