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 By Rodger Nichols    News    June 3, 2020

City ready to move into Phase 2

It was a short meeting for the Goldendale City Council Monday night, just over half an hour by telephone, but the council covered several important topics. In the only action of the night, council...

 

County approved to move to Phase 2

Monday Washington State Secretary of Health John Wiesman approved the application for Klickitat County to move into Phase 2 of Gov. Jay Inslee’s Safe Start plan. A total of 27 counties have now...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 3, 2020

Local man providing ammo for agencies around the state

Steve Shields took his experience in law enforcement and decided to go into firearms training and gun ammunition. It was a good move. Today, Shields'...

 

New shop fixes hydraulics

When the going gets tough, the tough open a business in Goldendale. Scott Peterson, owner of Ram Hydraulic in The Dalles, decided he wanted to better...

 

John Day Dam sites closed after storm

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has closed some facilities at three John Day Lock & Dam recreation sites due to a severe storm that caused extensive damage Saturday. Winds between 40-50 mph and...

 

FEMA awards $31.9 Million to UW for Covid response

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded nearly $31.9 million to the University of Washington for expenses incurred during the first 163 days of the COVID-19 response. The funding...

 

NOAA: May was about normal

According to preliminary data received by NOAA's National Weather Service in Pendleton Oregon, temperatures at Goldendale averaged near normal during...

 

Poll shows businesses want CPA help on PPP loans

Almost half of small-business owners will seek the help of a certified public accountant in figuring out their Paycheck Protection Program loan-forgiveness application, according to results from a...

 

Edward "Ed" Wood

Edward “Ed” F. Wood died on June 1, 2020, at Columbia Basin Care in The Dalles, Oregon. Ed was born on Feb. 17, 1925, and was 95 years of age at the time of his passing.... Full story

 

LOOKING BACK

May 18, 1950 - 70 Years Ago Joe Allyn, popular Goldendale pioneer, who helped build the City “from Scratch,” is anxiously awaiting Tuesday, May 23, for on that day Joe will observe his 83rd...

 

HHS delivers $28,699,293 to tribal hospitals, clinics

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is delivering $28,699,293 from the Provider Relief Fund to support tribal response to COVID-19 in Washington. Nationally, $500 million in payments fro...

 

LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

Are you serious? On the KLCK Hotline on May 26, a man had the nerve to say this disease is a trumped-up thing, when we have reached more than 100,000 deaths. I hope no one of his loved ones or...

 
 By Jim Miller    Opinion    June 3, 2020

What to Know About Advance Care Planning in the Age of Coronavirus

Dear Savvy Senior, All this horrible coronavirus carnage got me thinking about my own end-of-life decisions if I were to get sick. Can you recommend some good resources that can help me create a...

 

Remembering the empty saddle

We want to give Pam Keithley a big shout out for the condition of our Mt. Adams Cemetery. It always looks beautiful, but especially more so on Memorial Day weekend. Many visitors to the cemetery comme...

 

Graduation Cruise to be held

Lyle Schools will host a Graduation Cruise for our graduating seniors on Saturday, June 6, starting in Dallesport at 2 p.m. Grads will be driven through Dallesport and Lyle. Community members are...

 
 By Jim White    Community    June 3, 2020

What's in the Sky

Welcome to June-warmer weather, and the start of summer. Our nights may be shorter, with darkness coming later, but the beauty of our night skies make...

 
 By John Kruse    Community    June 3, 2020

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOORS REPORT: TOURNAMENT FISHING AND HUMBLE PIE

My fishing partner, Rusty Johnston, and I always considered ourselves to be very good bass anglers. At least, we did until we decided to dip our toes...

 
 By Diane Jessup    Pet Alley    June 3, 2020

Companion Animal: Tether Tither – Part 3

As we have seen, a dog may be tethered appropriately – or inappropriately; the act of tethering is not itself “bad” or “dangerous”, it does not result in increased aggression in dogs nor...

 

Legals for June 3, 2020

PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KING In the Matter of the Estate of EUGENE A. ROWLEY, Deceased. NO. 20-4-02573-6 SEA PROBATE...

 

UPDATE: White Salmon gas leak closed, no power shut-off

Wednesday, June 3 11:16 a.m. The Klickitat PUD has just reported that it will not need to de-energize the White Salmon area, after the gas line leaking was able to be turned off. 10:04 a.m. The... Full story

 

Goldendale High grad program and schedule

Wednesday, June 3 Goldendale High School’s Seniors will participate in a 2020 Graduate Parade on Thursday, June 4, beginning at 5:30 p.m., from the high school parking lot. Seniors will follow Simco... Full story

 

Tribal testing site coming to Goldendale

Wednesday, June 3 The Klickitat County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in Unified Command with the Klickitat County Public Health Department today announced a service to be offered in Goldendale on... Full story

 

County offers new business aid program

Thursday, June 4 Klickitat County has initiated a new financial aid program for businesses called the Klickitat County Small Business Emergency Grant Program. Applications for the program are open... Full story

 

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