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Celebrate Independence Day at Pioneer Picnic grounds

There is to be a memorial service for Jim Wright at the Bickleton School on Saturday June 30, at 11 a.m., with lunch to follow at the picnic grounds, weather permitting. Otherwise it will be in...

 

Wishram students are making the grade

Wishram School awards for the second semester of the 2011-12 school year are as follows: High Honors (GPA 3.49-4.00): Isaac Pickette -3.75; Andrew Beckers – 3.70; Caleb Stephens – 3.58; Gavyn...

 

Summer school and swimming lessons benefit Glenwood students

Ruth Putnam and Mark Vorce recited their marriage vows before family and friends on June 23. The young couple chose Jim and Lonnie Dean’s beautiful yard for their wedding and reception venue....

 

Reading is an adventure

Six years ago the Goldendale Free Masons started a reading program called Bikes for Books to help motivate the primary school students to read. This...

 

East District Court

June 7 •Sophia M. Johnson: Speeding 10 MPH Over Limit (4/6/12); Committed, fine $80. •Sonny J. Pantages: Fail to Wear Safety Belt (5/5/12); Committed, fine $90. •Anthony James Suk: No Valid...

 

Stroke and osteoporosis screenings coming to Goldendale

Residents living in and around the Goldendale community can be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke or bone fracture. Community Grace Brethren Church will host Life Line Screening on July...

 

Gorge-Area Mormons get new leader

At a conference held June 9 and 10, Lynn Bischoff of Goldendale was named as the stake president of The Dalles Oregon Stake of the Church of Jesus...

 

Nomination period opens for FSA County Committees

Local farmers and ranchers have an opportunity to influence federal farm programs. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency (FSA) is accepting nominations for the Klickitat County...

 

Park fireworks restricted to World War II park

The Goldendale City Council passed an ordinance that limits the use of fireworks in city parks to World War II Park and only from 1 p.m. to 11:59 p.m. on July 4. Fireworks cannot be discharged at any...

 

Poultry processing facility coming

Little Farms LLC, owned and operated by Renee Cote-Kreinbring of Centerville and Mary Wilson of Bickleton, announced Monday that they have secured funding to build a Certified Poultry Processing...

 

Library milestones for June

As the Goldendale Library celebrates its centennial this year, milestones from the library’s history will be highlighted. This month, highlights from the month of June in various years are shown...

 

Medical mission concludes with emotional visit to Vietnam

Doctors James Ogden and David Reimche-Vu are back from their whirlwind medical mission to Cambodia and Vietnam, but before returning Ogden filed this last report. John, Betty, Penny, and I arrived in...

 

Farm board meeting

The Klickitat County Assessor’s office this week reminded county residents of the public meeting for farmers of the Open Space Advisory Committee at 6:30 p.m. on June 29, at the Centerville...

 

Drive underway to sign up middle school students for College Bound

Graduating seniors in the Goldendale School District who have been working since middle school to prepare for college will be among the first students eligible to receive financial assistance through...

 

Superior Court dispositions for month of May

Superior Court cases for the month of May included the following outcomes: Rolando Angel Gonzalez-Chavez, 20, of Goldendale, pled guilty to Malicious Mischief in the Second Degree and was sentenced...

 

Mobile food bank at work

Meat was on the menu last Tuesday for many families as a mobile food bank came to the Goldendale High School parking lot. Families usually unable to...

 

Construction Detours for KVH

Upcoming construction on Collins Drive will cause traffic blockages around Klickitat Valley Health, so the hospital has devised detour routes. Shown...

 

Working on the bridge

A crew of about 30 men using only manpower put a Bailey bridge in place at the Klickitat Bridge on Route 142 Saturday. It is being placed over the...

 

Women’s workshop offers instruction

Women can learn the basics of fishing, hunting, and other outdoor skills in a September weekend workshop that includes several sessions led by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW)...

 

IGSA World Cup in Goldendale for Festival of Speed

Skateboarders and lugers from around the world are flowing into Goldendale this week for the Festival of Speed and the International Gravity Sports...

 

Ace by Wiedemeier on number four

Dennis Wiedemeier scored a hole-in-one on the par 3 fourth hole at Goldendale Golf Course last Thursday. Wiedemeier used a gap wedge for the 100 yard hole. The shot was witnessed by Richard McCully,...

 

Cashmere on Wolf football schedule

Goldendale will get a taste of tough competition early in their football schedule this year as they take on Cashmere in their home opener, Sept. 7. The opening game is the traditional game against...

 

Wanderscheid qualifies for U.S. Girls Jr. Golf Championship

Bree Wanderscheid is on a roll. The Goldendale junior shot a 75 at Manito Golf and Country Club, in Spokane on Monday, qualifying for the U.S. Girls Junior Championship at Lake Merced Golf Course in...

 

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