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Sheriff says he'll retire early

Lou Marzeles Editor Klickitat County Sheriff Rick McComas will step down from his office on June 30, calling the move an early retirement. McComas first made his plans known June 3 at a meeting of...

 
 By Troy Carpenter    News    June 11, 2014

Northern Lights shine over Goldendale

In the early hours of June 8, planet Earth was indirectly struck by a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME), a vast cloud of ionized hydrogen and helium that... Full story

 

Small people in a big place

Students from the Goldendale Kindergarten classes were VIP guests at Klickitat Valley Health (KVH) Wednesday. Three groups of kids got a tour of the... Full story

 

Rodeo Returns

This is a big weekend for rodeo fans. About every seven years, Fathers' Day falls on the second Sunday of June, which means the Alderdale Pioneer...

 

Longview teacher, principal selected as next superintendent at Lyle school

The Lyle School District Board of Directors announced its selection of Brian Carter as the new Superintendent/Middle School Principal and Instructional Coach during the School Board meeting on May...

 

Lyle school back in black

Dr. Glenys Hill was hired to replace Martin Huffman as superintendent of schools at Lyle in August 2012. The change in administration was the first...

 

Life Flight for infant struck in head by tossed cell phone

An infant had to be Life Flighted after sustaining a head injury during a domestic argument, according to Goldendale Police. The seven-week old was struck in the back of the head by a cell phone that...

 

Summer dangerous time for kids and dogs

Goldendale Police remind people to look out for the safety of children and animals during the warm weather. Small children should not be left alone...

 

Weird animals vehicle for Assembly of God Bible School

New Life Assembly of God invites kids 4-years old to 12 to “Weird Animals: Where Jesus’ Love Is One-Of-a-Kind.” During this Vacation Bible School, kids will participate in games, interactive...

 

Joy Jubitz

Beatrice Joy Jubitz passed away on Thursday, June 5, 2014 from complications of ovarian cancer surgery. Joy's funeral services will be held in... Full story

 

William "Toehead" Olson

William J. (Toehead) Olson, 93, of Goldendale, passed away June 8, 2014. A complete obituary will appear in a future edition of The Sentinel.... Full story

 

Bette Setters

Bette Setters, 77, of Lyle passed away May 31, 2014 in The Dalles Oregon.  A celebration of her life will be held at 1 p.m. at Horsethief Lake State Park/Columbia Hills State Part on June 21.  A... Full story

 

GHS Class of 1964 to hold reunion, missing classmates sought

A reunion for the Goldendale High School class of 1964 will be held July 4, at 5 p.m., at the Goldendale Golf Course. The organizers are looking for some of their classmates. Anyone with contact... Full story

 

Registration for Camp Morrow available now

Mid Columbia Kid’s Camp will be held at Camp Morrow, near Wamic, Ore., from Aug. 11 to Aug. 15.  This camp is sponsored by the Nazarene Churches of the Mid Columbia area, but is open to all third...

 

KVH diagnostic imaging earns ACR accreditations

Klickitat Valley Health’s Diagnostic Imaging Department has been awarded a three-year term of accreditation for both its Digital Mammography and Computed Tomography (CT) by the American College of...

 

Treasure hunting

Looking for the next great find, community members were out in droves for the annual 13-mile yard sale. The combined event offered yard sale shoppers...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - June 11, 1964 • The reason why people are looking for work, whether they lost or quit their jobs, left school, or other reasons, will be a new question in the June current population...

 
 By Debi Budnick    Opinion    June 11, 2014

Summertime safety: decoding sunscreen and de-inviting germs

It’s June, and that means summer is on the way. We are all looking forward to warmer temperatures, sunny days, and spending time outside with family and friends. While you are out enjoying the...

 

A new kind of civil rights movement

To the Editor: I am contacting to inform you of the Warfighter movement. This is a movement that I am proud to be a part of. We stand here today united to end Warfighter discrimination and stop PTSD... Full story

 

Wave of the future

To the Editor: I was visiting Seattle the other day and turned to look in my rear view mirror because someone behind me was honking and waving. Then I realized the light had turned green, and their... Full story

 

Ketchum Kalf rides into town this weekend

Glenwood Rodeo Association members have been working at a feverish pitch to ensure the grounds will be ready as contestants and spectators turn the quiet little town of Glenwood into a hub of...

 

Lyle School Districts hires new superintendent

Brian Carter has been chosen to lead the Lyle students as their new superintendent. His administrative experience is as follows: 2008-present: Teacher/dean of students in Longview School District,...

 

Bickleton honor roll announced

Bickleton schools released the names of students achieving honor roll status for the second semester of the 2013-2014 school year. Included are: High school: (4.0 gpa) Kayli Berk, Rhys Chapman and...

 

Rodeo time

Queen Becky Windom will reign over the 80th annual Ketchum Kalf Rodeo, held each year on Father's Day weekend. Rodeo action begins at 1 p.m. Saturday...

 

Senior services offers info on Medicare benefits

Klickitat County Senior Services and SHIBA (Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors) will present two classes. Some of the topics that will be covered include, “How can I enroll In Medicare?...

 

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