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Articles from the May 29, 2013 edition

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Commemorating the fallen

Memorial Day brought the annual American Legion observations at area cemeteries and the Stonehenge Memorial monument. An honor guard stands solemnly...

 
 By Deb Brumley    News    May 29, 2013

County elections to get another filing date

The regular Washington State-Klickitat County election 2013 filing week closed Friday, May17, but a special three-day filing window opens in early August to entice Klickitat County citizens still...

 

Tractor pull a 'moving' experience

A wide variety of tractor enthusiasts took part in the annual Vintage Tractor Pull, held last weekend north of Goldendale on Joe Sellers’ track....

 

GHS golfer picks up second state title

Bree Wanderscheid had to work a little harder for her second State 1A golf championship. After the first round of the tournament, last week in...

 

Men charged with hate crimes stemming from incident in Lyle

Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested two Lyle men on May 15 following an altercation outside a Lyle residence. Jared T. Duddles, 28, and Stephen L. Campbell, 22 were charged with...

 

Bill increases license plate fee to help monitor wolf recovery and compensate for losses

Gov. Jay Inslee signed legislation that will provide state wildlife managers more resources to prevent wolf-livestock conflict and expand criteria for compensation to livestock owners for...

 

Walapalooza in Arlington June 1

The Arlington Community Chamber of Commerce Fishing Derby and Spring Walapalooza will be held on Saturday, June 1. The event coincides with...

 

Bob Fitzsimmons

Robert Peter Fitzsimmons, 67, of Goldendale, Washington departed on the ultimate hunting and fishing trip Saturday, May 18, at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, Oregon. Born January 6,... Full story

 

Eileen Sheneman

Eileen Frances (Pangle) Sheneman, 51, passed away on April 20, 2013 in Bothell, WA. She was born on July 22, 1961 in Goldendale, WA to Clarence and Mable Pangle. Eileen graduated from high school in... Full story

 

Abbot returns for visit

Lorraine Abbot, former long-time resident of Goldendale, will be in town for a short visit on Wednesday, June 5. A suppertime get-together will be held at 5 p.m. at the home of Rick and Cheryl...

 

Bighorn completes Air Force basic training

Air Force Airman Keith M. Bighorn graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed...

 

At the top of the world

Gary Erickson, of Goldendale, and Tim Barta (formerly of Goldendale, but currently residing in Corvallis, Ore.) reached the summit of Mt. Hood on May...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – May 30, 1963 • Al Graham, the man who was seriously injured May 1, when accidentally shot in the chin, and who was told the bullet lodged between the vertebrate in his neck would...

 
 By Dallas Smith    Opinion    May 29, 2013

On graduating and a town that makes memories

Graduation for Goldendale High School is coming quickly, and for me it’s personal. My name is Dallas Smith and I am one of the 85 students who have journeyed to this point in our lives. For me this...

 

Millions of kids need summer food

Now is the time to start applying and planning to feed hungry children when the school year ends. More than 21 million children in the country receive free and reduced price meals during the school ye...

 

Herrera Beutler missed the point

To the Editor: I was glad to read that Congresswoman Herrera Beutler recently visited the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. The report in The Sentinel lacked detail I believe the people of Klickitat...

 
 By Ken McKune    Opinion    May 29, 2013

Do some research on hemp

To the Editor: The week of June 3 to June 9 is the fourth annual Hemp History Week. I encourage anyone interested in the subject to research further into the value it could add to our personal and...

 
 By Tom Svendsen    Opinion    May 29, 2013

Keep those letters coming in

To the Editor: Citizens of Goldendale, a community newspaper needs the active involvement of its readers. We all need to contribute regularly and often. We use the paper for letting our friends and...

 
 By Melody Wagoner    Opinion    May 29, 2013

Why are wind towers interfering with internet?

To the Editor: People who live on the northern side of Bickleton Highway have not been able to upgrade to high-speed internet and keep up with everyone else in the Klickitat Valley. We were informed...

 
 By Tim Young    Opinion    May 29, 2013

The real reason for the 'protesters'

To the Editor: I’m afraid your editorial on the “Impeach Obama” protesters totally missed the point. First of all, that wasn’t a protest. It was a personal data gathering operation run by...

 

Young Authors

Dallesport Elementary School students had the opportunity again this year, to become published authors, through Student Treasures Publishing. In...

 

Bald eagle released by Rowena Wildlife Clinic

After some hesitation May 7, a young, rehabilitated bald eagle decided to take advantage of the freedom offered to him. The one-year-old male raptor...

 

Market returns Saturday

June 1 holds a large agenda, starting off with the Lion’s Club Breakfast, then the Saturday Market’s kick off at 9 a.m., offering awesome vendors, such as cut flowers, Native American jewelry,...

 

Baby rattlers a surprise

Have you seen the baby rattlers down at Pat’s Ranch Mart yet? They have been there awhile and have really grown. You can see them outside the store in a wire-covered box. I haven’t seen anything...

 

Juris earns master's

Ruth Juris, a Goldendale High School graduate, earned a Master of Business Administration in Sustainable Business at Marylhurst University. Marylhurst University, a private liberal arts university 10...

 

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