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 By Dalene Brown    News    June 10, 2015

Musician's treasured songbook lost 45 years ago sought by family

Whenever my dad was around, my sister used to ask him to leave us a penny (why not a $100 bill, I asked). Over the years he left us many, many pennies...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 10, 2015

Herrington trial ends in deadlock

A jury of five women and seven men deliberating in the Rosser (Ross) Herrington child molestation trial in Goldendale Friday morning concluded that...

 

Historian says Tract D history tells another story

The Sentinel’s article of April 29, 2015, on retrocession of Tract D in Klickitat County reached readers far away, one of them a professor at William and Mary College in Virginia, Andrew Fisher....

 

EVERYBODY WINS

Klickitat County Commissioner Rex Johnston signs a Wildlife Management Plan to protect the Oregon Spotted Frog and landowners who might otherwise...

 

It's off to a different home for returning Goldendalians

Jim Monroe and Sue Evans, owners of property in Goldendale to which they had hoped to return, have left their positions as administrators of the Maua...

 

New initiative to support small business based on community support via squares

The Washington State Department of Commerce and Community Sourced Capital, a Seattle-based company that helps connect small businesses with capital, have launched Fund Local, a campaign aimed at...

 

Major Creek Cellars is "lifting" the gorge's wine industry for all

Wine-making is definitely not for everyone. There is an art to it and if you don't have the time and the patience, you will not succeed at crafting...

 

Jerry Bean

Gerald "Jerry" Ellis Bean passed away peacefully at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital on June 2nd, 2015. Jerry was born to George and Dorothy (Woods)...

 

Mike Drew

Melvin "Mike" Leslie Drew, 68, of Klickitat, has passed away on the 1st of June, 2015. Site Service will be held at Pleasant Hill Cemetery in...

 

Linda Winkler

Linda C. Winkler, 67, passed away in Goldendale on May 21, 2015. She was born in Berkeley, California on September 1, 1947 to David and Isabel...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - June 10, 1965 Work on tearing down the old pool hall building on the south side of Main Street [Goldendale] was started this week by Bernard and Harold Shepler who recently purchased...

 
 By Debi Budnick    Opinion    June 10, 2015

Pick up some Vitamin Sunshine while you're out

If you’ve been keeping an eye on the forecast, you may have come to one exciting conclusion: summer is here! Hopefully, this means more time spent outside enjoying the beauty of our area. One fun...

 

Organizers release tractor pull results

Goldendale Tractor Guys and Gals, a division of GMA held their annual tractor pull on May 30-31, north of Goldendale. There were a number of full pulls on both days requiring tie-breaking runs. In...

 

Scale Mt. Everest at Celebration Center's Vacation Bible School

Two youths from Wishram have been selected to attend UNITY, a Native Youth conference in Washington DC in July. This conference is an incredible opportunity for Native youth across the country to come...

 

Local retailers help keep alcohol from minors

The Klickitat and Lyle Against Substance Abuse Coalition (KLASAC) coordinator Rita Pinchot says the group would like to thank local retailers, including Canyon Market in Klickitat and the Murdock...

 

Glenwood students promoted, graduate

Congratulations are in order for four eighth graders who received promotion certificates to high school on May 5. Louden Fiander, Bailey Gimlin, Kinley Troh and Crysta Warren were honored with a list...

 

East District Court

April 28 • Mickey Gail Sabourin: DWLS 3/amended to: Drive Without a Valid License w/ID (6/3/14); Amended charge, committed; fine/fees $215. • Mickey Gail Sabourin: DWLS 3/amended to: Drive...

 

From the best seat in the house

One of the stereotypes about athletes is that they aren’t very good with academics. That may be true in some cases where student athletes get pushed...

 

Fishing still strong in Washington

Last weekend was "free fishing weekend" in Washington and Oregon. More than half a million people purchase fishing licenses each year in Washington...

 

Golfers raise money for wrestling and football

Sixty-seven golfers hit the links in Goldendale to raise funds for Goldendale's wrestling club and football team camp. The annual event is hosted by...

 

Fathers free admission to Discovery Center

Fathers enjoy free admission to the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center museum all day on Father’s Day, June 21 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Enjoy the raptor presentation at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., then treat dad...

 

Maryhill Museum hosts conference

The Washington Museum Association will hold its annual conference June 24-26 at the Maryhill Museum of Art. The conference is designed for museum professionals, board members, volunteers and...

 

Lock cars, its prowler season

Goldendale Police responded to a break-in at the Market Fresh grocery store in the early hours of June 4. A rock was used to break the glass in one of the front doors of the store. Surveillance video...

 

Powers Motors sold: Presenting Perez Collision Repair

After a good 20 years of being in business, Mantle Powers, owner of Powers Motors, is stepping down. The auto body shop's new owner, Carlos Perez,...

 

Computer virus spreading through Goldendale put to a stop

Email has been around for decades and like anything that can be used for communication purposes, it has often been taken advantage of by wrong-doers. Some people send spam while others try to scam. Th...

 

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