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Articles from the June 18, 2014 edition

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Area vets go to DC on Honor Flight

On May 27, Wayne Eames, Al Messenger, and Harold Bickel-all from Goldendale-boarded a flight out of Spokane to visit the World War II memorial in... Full story

 

Kids in the court room

Superior Court Commissioner Randall Krog (standing left in black robe) welcomed a field trip by Goldendale second-graders to the Klickitat County...

 
 By Lisa Cunningham    News    June 18, 2014

Eatery goes through inspection process

Public Health Inspectors never know exactly what they might find when walking into one of the 138 licensed food establishments located in Klickitat County. The Sentinel was invited to ride along with...

 

Ribbon cutting at Backwoods BBQ

Backwoods BBQ, a new restaurant on Broadway in Goldendale, enjoys a ribbon-cutting ceremony, aided by volunteers from the Greater Goldendale Area...

 

Trail blazers

Volunteers who helped create the new Observatory Trail routes on Observatory Road were honored this past week. Left, Eagle Scout Daniel Bischoff... Full story

 

William "Toehead" Olson

William J. Olson (Toehead) was born on the Centerville Swale March 21, 1921, to Oscar Frank and Sophia Anderson Olson. He passed away June 8, 2014 at... Full story

 

Dorothy VanHorn

Dorothy VanHorn passed away June 12, 2014, at Mid Columbia Care Center in The Dalles. At her request, no services are scheduled.... Full story

 

Tallman's class project can split logs

Tanner Tallman completed his wood splitter in his ag mechanics class at Goldendale High School. The senior said he decided on the project to help his...

 

Brooks Park hits the 70-year mark, celebrate at park this weekend

Brooks Memorial Park turns 70 this Saturday, June 21, and it looks great for its age. In honor of the occasion, the park is holding a day-long series... Full story

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - June 18, 1964 • While attending the State Grange Convention at Wenatchee last week, Clarence Kelley lost his truck Wednesday when his boy and hired man were using it to haul fencing m...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    June 18, 2014

Playing at the ploy just isn't going to work down the road

In last week’s Sentinel was a story about sheriff candidate Bob Songer claiming Sheriff Rick McComas’ announced early retirement was actually a... Full story

 
 By Jon T Haugen    Opinion    June 18, 2014

Why won't Jaime debate?

To the Editor: The field is set for the Third Congressional race: Bob Dingethal, Michael Delavar, and Jaime Herrera Beutler. Now if we can just have a number of public debates so the voters can...

 

Volunteers needed to continue TL events

District Ranger, Mosé Jones- Yellin, of the Mt. Adams Ranger District will be holding a series of public meetings in the school library this summer and fall. The first meeting will be Thursday, June...

 

Museum yard sale and wine weekend set for June 28

On Monday, June 23, at 7 p.m., the Lyle Community Council will present David Quesnel an opportunity to introduce himself to the public and explain his reasons for running for the Klickitat County...

 

More than 100 attend Bickleton School reunion; Picnic a success

We have had a wonderful weekend in this end of the county.  More than 100 people attended the Bickleton School reunion. The food was great too.  It was nice to see and visit a bit with old...

 

East District Court

May 20 •Toma N. Moses: Use/Poss Loaded Firearm in Vehicle (3/27/14); Guilty plea, 90 days/90 susp., fines/fees $558, 12 months probation. •Roger D. Sands: Assault 4 (8/22/13), Malicious Mischief...

 

Big weekend for cowgirls and cowboys as rodeos pay out nearly $50,000

Last weekend was one of those Fathers' Day weekends when the Ketchum Kalf Rodeo at Glenwood and the Alder Creek Pioneer Picnic and Rodeo at Cleveland... Full story

 

Winners announced from Box Canyon Shootout

Two-hundred shooters competed on May 31 in the third annual American Legion Box Canyon Shootout. Division winners will receive embroidered jackets at...

 

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