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Mothership landing?

Photographer Michelle Bolton of Goldendale captured this striking cloud formation Monday. The unusual picture has appeared on TV stations. Bolton...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 4, 2014

Herrera Beutler to attend Maryhill Winery event

U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler announced Monday she plans to attend the final fundraising event for the Track Chairs for Heroes campaign this Saturday, June 7, at Maryhill Winery. The event, a...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 4, 2014

Council moves on reservoir project

Monday's Goldendale city council meeting gave special emphasis to volunteers. The meeting began with Nate Block, President of the Firefighters...

 

Banks mostly mum on credit card theft

It’s a pretty good guess that if you ask a bank if there’s an unusually high amount of credit and debit card fraud going on and they give you evasive responses, the answer is yes. At least it...

 

Purple and gold winner

Bree Wanderscheid was presented the Athlete of Character Award at the second annual Purple and Gold Banquet. The two-time state golf champion was...

 

Sentinel web site becomes subscription-based

Today The Goldendale Sentinel’s web site (www.GoldendaleSentinel.com) goes to a paid status, as announced some weeks ago. Current subscribers to the print version of The Sentinel can add an online... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 4, 2014

Getting ready for the worst

Jeff King plans for disaster. The head of Klickitat County Search and Rescue volunteers has an additional job with the county's Department of...

 

Candidate meeting shifts to new form

Tonight there was to be a debate between the two candidates for Klickitat County sheriff, sponsored by Oath Keepers. Both candidates backed out of the event, though the local Oath Keepers still plan...

 

Chess is center piece at Maryhill Museum

This Saturday features a solid day of activities related to the game of chess at Maryhill Museum, called: Your Move! Celebrating the Game of Chess with Jeremy Silman Celebrate the exhibition...

 

Library offers free summer reading programs

Children and teens can have fun and earn rewards while keeping their reading skills sharp with free summer reading programs at the Goldendale Library, part of the Fort Vancouver Regional Library. The...

 

Bluegrass on the gazebo

The bluegrass band Whistin' Rufus performs Saturday at the Goldendale Bluegrass Festival. Perfect weather allowed the crowd to sit comfortably during...

 

Science on Wheels rolls into Goldendale

Science on Wheels from Pacific Science Center is visiting Goldendale today. Science on Wheels vans are a project of the Pacific Science Center in...

 

Pregnancy Resource Center plans fund raising event

The Goldendale Pregnancy Resource Center is organizing a fund raising event for July 12 in Goldendale. The event will be an approximate 5k walk and run. There will be prizes awarded for the top three...

 

Halm and Wengel wed

The Halm and Wengel children are proud to announce the marriage of their parents John and Cindy Halm. They were married on April 26th, 2014 at...

 

Michael J. Harrison Sr.

Michael J Harrison Sr (Richard Sanders) was born on Dec 29, 1940 in Yakima WA to Marjorie and Orin Sanders. He grew up in Goldendale WA, where he grad... Full story

 

Wayne Nolan Graham

Wayne Nolan Graham, 76, of Goldendale, Washington, passed away peacefully on Sunday May 25, 2014, at his home in Goldendale. Born in Orchards, Wash., to Dallas Franklin and Grace Hulda Graham, he live... Full story

 

Arthur Winterstein

Arthur Winterstein passed away peacefully in Yakima on May 22, 2014. He was 95 years young, born on January 1, 1919 to Ernest and Maude Winterstein. A... Full story

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - June 4, 1964 • The Sam Hill Memorial Bridge will be officially dedicated by that name on June 19. Governor Rosellini will affix a plaque, bearing Hill’s profile cast in bronze, to...

 

They're on their way

The Maryhill Festival of Speed returns to Goldendale June 25-29 to run the famous Maryhill Loops. The festival is known throughout the world as one...

 

Keep on reading during summer break for later success

So, you’ll be out of school in a few more days. Who wants to think about any schoolwork during vacation, right? Now is a time to make plans for how the rest of your summer might go. But forget...

 
 By Dick Schuller    Opinion    June 4, 2014

The joy of subject-changing

To the Editor: What do young boys like to talk about? • Motor bikes • Dislike of school • Mysterious creatures called girls What do young girls like to talk about? • Clothing • Hairstyles ...

 

Two horses missing from endurance ride at Glenwood

The school year is nearing an end…and I have yet to share the names of those students who worked hard to earn honor roll designation for the third term. Sixth Grade – Carmen Guzman, Erika Hernande... Full story

 

Bickleton area prepares for bundle of events associated with Pioneer Picnic

Dorothy Bernice Clement Skaggs was born in Yakima, Oct. 23, 1930.  She married Don Skaggs in 1947.  They lived in Cleveland, Bickleton, Oregon and Idaho raising five adopted children.  They were...

 

Lyle Community Council gets update on new drug and alcohol awareness coalition

At Lyle Community Council’s last meeting there were two guest speakers. Coordinator of ‘Klickitat-Lyle Against Substance Abuse Coalition’ (KLASAC), pronounced classic, Rita Pinchot gave a summar...

 

Another overturned truck

Maybe a sign should be posted at each end of a stretch of SR14 between Murdock and the Maryhill Winery, reporting a tally of overturned trucks. Truck...

 

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