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 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 20, 2012

Food Bank, soup kitchen programs face cuts

People who need supplemental food in Goldendale could be even needier soon. Both the Goldendale Food Bank and the soup kitchen meals at the Methodist Church are facing sharp cutbacks. The scenario is...

 

Ketchum Kalf Rodeo 2012

Pasco cowboy Josh Dollins got Saturday’s bull riding off to a good start with a full ride on a high flying bull at the Ketchum Kalf Rodeo in...

 

Lyle school district facing severe cuts

Uncertainty continues to grow around the Lyle school district following a budget workshop held last week with the assistance of Tim Merlino of ESD112. During its annual review of school budgets and ac...

 

Local woman reunites with birth sibling

Lin Smith, proprietor of Paperwork Ink in Goldendale, wrote two previous articles detailing how she came to find her birth sister recently after decades separated from her as an adoptee. In this next...

 

Fiddlin' Folks

The Fiddlin’ Under the Stars Bluegrass Festival brought out clusters of enthusiastic crowds Friday and Saturday at Ekone Park for music, vendors of...

 
 By Rebecca Gourley    News    June 20, 2012

Hometown Pizza to move to church site

Anyone who has lived in Goldendale for more than seven years can remember the Reno’s Pizza legacy. Local pizzeria owners Charlie and Jesh Hopper are planning to revive that legacy with their busines...

 

Library centennial kicks off with fundraiser

To kick off the summer with the Goldendale Community Library’s centennial celebrations, The Glass Onion Restaurant and Gallery will hold a benefit...

 

Going the extra mile

Cleopatra, before and after (with her mummy), above and a catapult (left) were two of the topics of sixth grade culminating projects at the...

 

This week's most wanted

The Goldendale Police are looking for Dennis W. Jussila. Jussila, 19, is wanted for theft of a firearm, possession of a stolen firearm, unlawful...

 

Larry Moore

In loving Memory of Larry Moore Larry Moore was born Dec. 14, 1945, to Harry and Evelyn Moore, of Lyle, Washington, and passed away June 16, 2012. The family moved to Goldendale in 1950, where he... Full story

 

Looking Back

25 years ago – June 18, 1987 • Future Business Leaders of American members at GHS raised $1,089 locally in a recent campaign against Muscular Dystrophy. Tina Williams, FBLA vice president, issued...

 
 By Teresa Clyne    Features    June 20, 2012

GMS students set sights on college

Goldendale Middle School’s sixth, seventh, and eighth graders visited Central Washington University in Ellensburg over the past few weeks. CWU...

 

VBS starts Monday at New Life Assembly of God

New Life Assembly of God church invites children ages four to 12 to SKY. During this vacation Bible school, kids will enjoy games, Bible stories, imagination station, snacks and music. SKY will begin...

 

Phillips earns Associate’s degree at YVCC

Krystal Danielle Phillips, a 2000 graduate of Goldendale High School, graduated from Yakima Valley Community College June 7, 2012. She now has an Associate of Applied Science in Agribusiness...

 
 By Doc Hastings    Opinion    June 20, 2012

We need an amendment to protect the American flag

We’ve just commemorated “Flag Day”—a day when millions of American homes, schools, government buildings, businesses, and grave sites display the symbol that captures the spirit of American...

 

Cheetahs to become Timberwolves, too

Goldendale Primary School (GPS) has been home of the Cheetahs for as long as I have been here—almost 16 years. I am sure that we were cheetahs for many years before that. After several community...

 

Farm value increases not as drastic

To the Editor: I understand the concern that many people have voiced about the increases in farmland values. A double digit increase in taxes is the last thing that anyone wants to have happen to...

 

G.I. Bill, Great Seal adopted, the LP, color TV, France surrenders

June 20: 1782—The Great Seal of the U.S. and eagle are adopted as U.S. symbols. 1837—18 year old Alexandrina Victoria becomes Queen Victoria of the British Empire and rules for 63 years....

 

Big events in Trout Lake, past and future

First, graduation took place Friday night. The graduating class consisted of 12 seniors, a slightly larger class than usual, while the class of 2016, which graduated from eighth grade this year had...

 

Klickitat bridge corrosion forces closure, detour

It’s summer! The snow is officially off the Simcoes, so all the serious gardeners can get busy. After many years of gardening, we are finding out that it is a must to have compost and manure or...

 

Get involved in community groups

The public is invited to a “Going Away” party for Harry Tavenner and Steve Little, who are moving out of the area. Harry will move closer to family in Montana and Steve has been offered a great...

 

Lyle graduates receive awards, scholarships

Lyle High School held their graduation on June 2. Receiving awards at the commencement ceremony were: • Valedictorian, Fredrick Titcomb (3.91 gpa); Salutatorian: Joshua Bartz (3.58 gpa). ...

 

Goldendale girl wins wild colt race

A Goldendale youngster returned from the White Swan Indian rodeo with a belt buckle bigger than your fist for winning a race aboard a wild colt—bareback. Jessica George, 12, competed in the 55th...

 

Bickleton announces honor roll

Bickleton School released the honor roll for the second semester of the 2011-2012 school year. Included are: High school – (4.0 gpa) Kayli Padgett, Peter Clinton and Joshua Cummings. (3.75-3.99...

 
 By Don McManman    Features    June 20, 2012

Farmers’ Market salad greens like the cool

Even in a windy, cool spring, you can grow your very own salads at home. Just ask Tobiah Israel. But in case you haven’t bothered, you can buy bags...

 

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