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GHS grads awarded more than $1.2 million in scholarships

Goldendale businesses awarded Goldendale High School graduates more than $120,000 in scholarships at their commencement ceremony Friday, June 8....

 

Magazine gives GHS Bronze Medal

Goldendale High School (GHS) has earned a Bronze Medal from the news magazine U.S. News and World Report. In its current issue online, the...

 
 By Rebecca Gourley    News    June 13, 2012

Bluegrass Festival a broader event this year

This year’s Fiddlin’ Under The Stars Bluegrass Art, Wine and Music Festival will not be your ordinary, bring-out-the-fiddle bluegrass event this...

 

Library’s centennial celebration begins

“On June 10, 1912, there was a meeting called by Dr. Louise B. Dorman...” So begins the first entry in the “Library Records” and minutes...

 

Scenes from the Aldercreek Pioneer Picnic and Rodeo

NOT COOPERATING: Dust was flying during Sunday’s commercial cow milking competition at the Alder Creek Pioneer Picnic and Rodeo. Three-man teams...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 13, 2012

Reassessment of wind turbines puts tax dependent agencies in a spin

Bickleton has projected its fire district funding based on what they thought was coming for years ahead from the ubiquitous wind turbines in...

 

This week's Most Wanted

The Goldendale Police are looking for A. J. Campos. Campos, 48, is wanted for second degree assault, domestic violence/harassment and malicious...

 

Patricia Thorlakson

Patricia Jean Seibert-Thorlakson was born March 3, 1932 and passed away June 1, 2012 in her Seattle home after a brief illness. Patricia was born in W... Full story

 

Ruth McFarland

Ruth McFarland, 86, a resident of Goldendale, Washington passed away Wednesday, June 6, 2012 in The Dalles, Oregon. Ruth was born June 10, 1925 in... Full story

 

Looking Back

25 years ago – June 11, 1987 • Frank Schultz, local Boise Cascade plant manager presented a $2,000 check from the company to player Cody Marlow to help ready the new Little League Fields adjacent...

 

Miriam Ava Marie Strother

Miriam Ava Marie Strother was born May 16, 2012, to Don and Krista Strother. She weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces and was 19-1/2 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Ed and Kathy Krall, of Goldendale....

 

Working for a good cause

Members of the National Jr. Honor Society at Goldendale Middle School hosted a car wash on June 2 to raise money to help with medical expenses for...

 

Back Packs provide free sack lunches

Free sack lunch for kids this summer, every Thursday and Friday, June 21 through Aug. 24, from noon to 1 p.m., at the Goldendale United Methodist Church, corner of Broadway and Columbus. Sponsored by...

 

Could there be a guided tour of Goldendale attractions?

At the last Java Talk community discussion meeting, conversation began with news that the grant that might have allowed road work near the library did not come through. A heated controversy had...

 
 By Dani Burton    Opinion    June 13, 2012

No documents submitted in wind power sale

To the Editor: I would like to set the record straight regarding the comments by “Rustler” on The Goldendale Sentinel website to Paul Dunn’s Letter to the Editor. There were no documents...

 
 By Elaine Kubler    Opinion    June 13, 2012

Great graduation in spite of smoking adults

To the Editor: Accolades to Goldendale High School and the students for a great graduation ceremony. I have lived here 41 years, and a wonderful job is always done. We got to see many of the seniors...

 

Beware of mail stealers

To the Editor: Our outgoing mail was stolen late Friday evening/Saturday morning by some low-life individual(s). I wanted to alert the folks who live on the Bickleton Highway to be sure and pick up...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    June 13, 2012

McCartney turns 70, Bambi released, Waterloo, the Magna Carta

June 13: 313—Roman emperor Constantine signs the Edict of Milan, granting religious freedom throughout the empire. 1970—McCartney’s long and whiny song The Long and Winding Road becomes the...

 

Ketchum Kalf rodeo action begins Saturday

The days are being crossed off the calendar as the 78th annual Ketchum Kalf Rodeo approaches this Father’s Day weekend. The committee people are making their lists and checking them twice. The weed...

 

Sign up now for SBDC small business classes

A few serious yard salers held sales this past weekend in Goldendale, Blockhouse, Klickitat and Lyle to try to keep the yearly 13+ mile sale event alive. Our favorite one was out at Ponderosa Park...

 

Valedictorian

Grace Quinton, right presented the Valedictorian’s address to the public at Klickitat High School graduation ceremonies. At left is Martisha...

 

13 Plus Mile yard Sale

Is IT really June? Blustery, brisk weather cannot dampen a true yard-saler! The 13-plus Mile Yard Sale spirit is alive and well in Lyle! The sale,...

 

Bowdish named FFA District 4 secretary

Will Bowdish was elected Future Farmers of America District 4 secretary for the 2012 - 2013 school year. He will represent Goldendale and 31 other...

 

Upper Klickitat River to open for hatchery adult spring chinook

Fishing for salmon on the Klickitat River will be open from June 9 through July 31 on the upper portions of the river following announcement that the Klickitat Salmon Hatchery is expected to reach its...

 

Lexi Cameron and Nolin Bare GHS Spalding Award winners

Lexi Cameron and Nolin Bare are the Spalding Award winners as the outstanding female and male athletes in Goldendale’s class of 2012. Cameron was a...

 

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