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Goldendale Food Bank to receive special delivery from post office

Saturday May 14, 2011 the National Association of Letter Carriers Food Drive will be requesting residents in and around the Goldendale area to participate in placing nonperishable food donations in th...

 

Beef-O-Rama, Porkapalooza and Lamboree return to Klickitat County Fair Grounds

The annual Beef-O-Rama, Porkapalooza and Lamboree educational events will be held on May 21 at the Klickitat County Fairgrounds in Goldendale. These events have been developed to meet the educational...

 

From the wilds of Alaska, 86-year old woman, recuperates via KVH swing-bed

Even after raising black bear cubs, trapping beavers, and having no running water, Doris James, 86, and her husband Bob, 85, were anxious to get back...

 

Tryouts set for Ketchum Kalf Rodeo queen

Klickitat County girl’s 14-19 years of age interested in tryouts for the 2011 Ketchum Kalf Rodeo Queen must call Roxie Clemmer by June 5, 2011, at (509) 364- 3539. Tryouts will be June 18 and 19 at...

 

River Peoples Cultural event this Saturday

The third annual River Peoples Cultural Exchange will be held this Saturday, May 14, from noon to 6 p.m. at the Lyle Activity Center and Park Place...

 

Public comment on child safety sought

The Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) is inviting additional public comment on the rule to carry out Washington State’s groundbreaking Children’s Safe Product Act. Ecology made a number...

 

McCabe finalist for WBA Woman of the Year Award

“Congratulations! You have been selected by the Women’s Business Alliance of Choice Hotels as a finalist for the 2011 Woman of the Year Award,...

 

Timberwolves settle for second after failing to upend Rangers

The luck of the draw sent Goldendale-Klickitat’s baseball team to the Ranger’s house for the second year in a row, looking to pull off one of the...

 

Goldendale takes team titles at Jeff Agar Memorial

It was cold and damp for the Jeff Agar Memorial track and field meet at Glenwood last Friday, a prelude to the District qualifier which will run at Gl...

 

Pair of 5-0 wins prep tennis for sub-district

Goldendale had an easy workout leading up to the tennis sub-districts with a pair of 5-0 wins over visiting Cle Elum-Roslyn, Saturday. The boys had...

 

Lady Wolves need sweep of Spartans to clinch playoff spot

Short term memory loss is in order for Goldendale’s girls’ softball team as they take on Granger, Thursday, with their playoff hopes hanging in...

 

Correction to golf story

Last week’s Sentinel included a story about Goldendale’s golf team. The story stated that Bree Wanderscheid and Riley Kauffman won the scramble at Hood River. The story and headline should have...

 

Registration due for future Timberwolf football camp

The Goldendale Future Timberwolves football camp for grades kindergarten through seventh will be held in Goldendale from May 31 through June 3. The camp is presented by the Goldendale Timberwolf...

 

Cougars sweep Vandals for second place

Lyle-Wishram locked up second place in the Greater Columbia Gorge League with wins over Klickitat 10-1 and 17-12, last week. Karlee Roth threw a one-hitter in the first game and went the distance in...

 

Pitch, Hit, Run this Sunday

May 15 is the date for boys and girls to show their stuff at the annual Pitch, Hit and Run competition in Goldendale. The event is open to boys and girls ages 7-14. Check-in begins at 2 p.m. at the...

 

Ross and Messenger among leaders in District 5 field events

Braydon Ross and Isaac Messengers are in strong positions to make it to State as they have top marks in the discus and long jump in District 5, so far this year. The District meet will be May 20 in...

 

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