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Articles from the June 22, 2016 edition

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 By Shelby Taylor    News    June 22, 2016

One injured as fire consumes Goldendale home

Saturday, June 11 at 5 a.m., Margaret McInturff's home-directly across the street from the fire station-caught fire, though the convenient location... Full story

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    June 22, 2016

City council hears about performing arts center

The Goldendale City Council met last night and covered a lot of ground, but the meeting was dominated by a Powerpoint-on-steroids presentation from Goldendale Sentinel publisher Lou Marzeles about a... Full story

 

USDA sessions look to award funding in county

Rep. Gina McCabe, along with representatives from the United States Department of Agriculture’s regional office in Yakima, will be hosting USDA Rural Development listening sessions at two locations...

 
 By Contributed    News    June 22, 2016

HARDY KNITTERS

Six local knitters braved the wind and cool temperatures at Goldendale Farmers' Market on June 18th in celebration of Worldwide Knit In Public...

 

Soroptimists complete awards programs

The Goldendale Soroptimists club has completed another successful fiscal year of fundraising and award programs, thanks to the continuing support of the local community. Last fall the organization...

 

Mid-Columbia Kids Camp set for this year

This year’s Mid-Columbia Kids Camp is from Aug. 8 to Aug. 12 and is sponsored by the Nazarene Churches in the mid-Columbia area. The camping season will be at Camp Morrow, located near Wamic, Ore....

 
 By Contributed    News    June 22, 2016

ART PARTY

Join 'Still Life Oil Painting with Cathleen Rehfeld,' Thursday, June 23 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Maryhill Museum. Rehfeld will guide guests in her...

 

Man aims loaded rifle at wife

Klickitat County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a domestic violence call outside of Centerville on June 18. Deputies spoke to the victims away from the residence and were told that Aurelio Rojo...

 

Woman dodges wrong-way car, hit in ditch

There was no avoiding the wreck for a Lyle woman who was hit head-on Sunday evening on SR197. According to the State Patrol report, Ladana L. Wright, was driving south on SR197 when an on-coming car...

 

Operation Dry Water aims at boating safety

The Sheriff’s Office is partaking in Operation Dry Water on June 24, 25 and 26, which is a statewide event put on by the Washington State Parks to promote safer boating operations. The...

 

James Allan Lee

James Allan Lee passed away on June 11, 2016 in Portland, Oregon. James loved music, mechanics, Toyota's, cooking, art and helping elderly people....

 

Victor Fremont Cone

In the early morning hours of June 16, Victor Fremont Cone was given his wings as he went to join our Father in Heaven. He was surrounded by his...

 

Lawrence Delano Whitmore

Lawrence Delano Whitmore was born April 24, 1928 in The Dalles, Oregon. He was the second child of Del and Fern (Churchill) Whitmore. He was brought home to join his sister Ethel just one year older....

 

Saddle Club holds cowboy breakfast

The 66th annual Cowboy Breakfast fundraiser for the Skamania County Saddle Club will be held Jun 26, at the Old Camp Howe, Saddle Club Camp, 14 miles north of Carson. The event runs from 8 a.m. to 1...

 

Key Leader Event at Klickitat School

Klickitat-Lyle Against Substance Abuse Coalition (KLASAC) coordinator Rita Pinchot, invites the public to the next Key Leader Event which will be held at the Klickitat School, this Friday. Heidi...

 

Looking Back

25 Years Ago - June 20, 1991 The Goldendale police stand proudly around the department’s two new 1991 Chevrolet Caprices. The $12,000 cars sport a “softer, friendlier” look, according to Police...

 

Zika needs to be taken seriously and acted on now

Zika is not a theoretical threat; it is very real, and scientists are warning that it could have catastrophic impacts right here in the U.S. We’ve already seen 472 cases within our borders and 658...

 
 By Steve Kenny    Opinion    June 22, 2016

Snobbery helped me decide

To the Editor: As I sat there a while back with contempt for the politician on CNN, Wolf Blitzer was questioning the “Never Trump” leader. Wolf gave him wide latitude to be a pompous, elitist...

 
 By Roz Luther    Opinion    June 22, 2016

Second Choice is now the best

To the Editor: A shout out to fellow Bernie supporters! We have had a big disappointment, but it is not wasted effort. Many people have been moved; new ideas have been heard; thoughts are percolating...

 

Act of kindness returned by Glenwood students

We heard some exciting news regarding Shane Scott, 10-year old son of Amy and Shaun Roggenkamp and Trevor and Courtney Scott, and grandson of Oop and...

 

Spay/neuter clinic for feral cats coming to Lyle

Congratulations go to our own Lyle artist, Cindy Bluemel for being one of the talented artists that will show their work at the Washougal Art and Culture Alliance, which are in the planning of an...

 

Lyle students make double-digit gains in English and math proficiency

During the 2015-16 school year, Lyle Schools have implemented many reforms, which, according to state testing data, have paid off. Elementary cohorts in tested grades saw gains on both the English...

 

East District Court

• Anthony Piers Baker; Marijuana in motor vehicle violation (4/29/16), Committed $100. • Jason E. Dewey; Speeding 10 mph over limit (5/10/16), Committed $80. • Sherrye Delphene Morrison; Fail...

 

Fireworks prohibited year-round on WDFW lands

With wildfire season already underway, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) reminds outdoor recreationists that fireworks are prohibited year-round on all 33 WDFW wildlife areas and...

 

From the best seat in the house

A proud mother emailed to tell me that the mugger in a picture I ran from the Aldercreek Rodeo, last week, was Aaron Cochran. I was very glad to...

 

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