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Thank SAR volunteers this week

Have you noticed a lot more people in town this week? They are possibly Search and Rescue volunteers that are here this week for the conference being held at the fairgrounds, where they will be...

 

Graduation time coming

Marilyn Meyer of Shoreline, passed away this past week. She was a former resident here for many years and the wife of Pastor Bill Meyer Also, Jim Wright, husband of Susan Read Wright, passed away...

 

Pedal through great scenery in the Mt. Adams Bicycle Tour

The southern slopes of Mt. Adams in June are a pedaling paradise with good roads, exceptional weather, cool temps, easy to challenging rides and unequ...

 

Looking Back

25 Years Ago – May 14, 1987 • PUD employees got the credit they deserved at the utility’s annual awards and appreciation banquet earlier this month. Paul Enwards and Roger Parton were honored...

 

Sentry Market burglar came in through roof

Andrew Christiansen Reporter A burglar gained entry into the Sentry Market in the early morning hours of May 13 and made off with approximately $1,200 worth of cigarettes and beer. According to the...

 

Grand Opening

Maryhill Museum of Art celebrated the opening of it’s new wing and terrace on Saturday and Sunday. Admission was free and the event was accompanied...

 

Bike course at Goldendale helps get kids to and from school safely

Ensuring safe passage to and from school is the goal of a new bicycle curriculum at Goldendale Middle School. Grant funds allowed Goldendale to send...

 

Summer lock schedule in effect on Columbia River

May 15 marks the start of the summer schedule for recreational boaters using navigation locks to travel past U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers, Corps navigation...

 

Grant supports SKCN education effort on effects of child abuse and neglect

The Skamania Klickitat Community Network (SKCN) was recently awarded a $2,000 grant from Burlington-Northern Santa Fe Railway Foundation to expand information for parents and community members on the...

 

Playoff time...scores and schedules

Softball SCAC District 5 playoffs Round 1, May 17, 4 p.m. games (1) Cle Elum-Roslyn 10 Columbia-Burbank 2 (2) Connell 18 Naches Valley 0 (3) River View 8 Goldendale 1 (4) Zillah 10 Royal 0 Round 2,...

 

Heading to State

Golf Bree Wanderscheid Sawyer Ross Tessa Enwards Andrew Wall Riley Ross Mitch Anderson Joel Gerchak Track and Field Brady Conway - qualified in 110 hurdles, long jump - injured during 300 hurdle race...

 

Early exit for Wolves as pitching throttles offense

Losses to Ki-Be and Royal shut down the Goldendale Timberwolves’ baseball season last week, a disappointing end to an otherwise great season. The Wo...

 

Team Title

Goldendale riders came home from the State Equestrian Meet with some large hardware as Champions of the small team division. They also came home with...

 

Pirate boys and TLG girls win team titles in B District meet at Glenwood

There is nothing a coach likes better than to see athletes peaking when championship time rolls around and Coach Darrell Lang was beaming more than us...

 

Conway wins hurdles, all Wolves headed for District

Brady Conway broke the 16-second mark in the 110 meter hurdles for the third time this year, qualifying at the Naches Valley sub-districts in four events. Conway won both hurdle races and had top...

 

Bighorn advances to District with clutch win

On May 9, Cle Elum’s Kosuke Mitarai pounded out an easy 6-0, 6-2 win over Goldendale’s Keith Bighorn. His quickness, accuracy and hard shots had...

 

Wanderscheid medals as girls defeat Rangers and Lightning

Bree Wanderscheid added another medal to her collection as she led the Goldendale girls to a win over Naches Valley and La Salle, last week. Wanderscheid shot a 75 to go with scores of 105 by Sawyer...

 

Post and guard bball clinics at Goldendale

Two basketball clinics are scheduled for Goldendale youth currently in grades six through 11. The first clinic is a guard clinic that will run June 4-5. The second is a post clinic, June 11-12. The...

 

Golf tournament benefits football and wrestling programs

Registration is open for the third annual Goldendale Pigskin and Grappler Classic golf tournament. The tournament, which serves as a fund raiser for the Goldendale football team camp and Goldendale...

 

East District Court

April 12 •Jacob Dale Anthis: Following Too Close (2/27/12); Committed, fine $124. •Bonita M. Darr: Speeding 11 MPH Over Limit (2/20/12); Not Committed. •Juan Carlos Olivares: Speeding 10 MPH...

 

Food drive brings in 5,000 pounds of food

The Goldendale Post Office received overwhelming support for its annual food drive from Goldendale and Centerville, held on May 12. Letter carriers collected approximately 5,000 pounds of...

 

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