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Articles from the June 27, 2018 edition

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 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    June 27, 2018

Lane Siebert finishes in the money at Tillamook County Rodeo

Goldendale High School cowboy Lane Siebert cracked the men's All-Around list at the Tillamook County Rodeo, a Northwest Professional Rodeo... Full story

 By Lauren Schuster    News    June 27, 2018

'Beef Counts' distributes food to those in need

Beef Counts. What do those words mean? It means that beef counts towards a well-rounded diet. The Beef Counts program was created to provide a... Full story


Outage affects some 560 customers

At approximately 2 a.m. on Thursday, June 21, Klickitat PUD experienced an equipment failure in its L.E. Darland Substation. The result was a power...


Fireworks go on sale June 28

Consumer firework sales across the state will begin at noon on Thursday, June 28, and continue until 9 p.m. on July 5. The State Fire Marshal's...

 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 27, 2018

One-man computer emergency responder urges multiple backups

In the annals of great tech-support phone calls, maybe there is none more memorable than the one about the broken cup holder. It was reported on the...

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    June 27, 2018

Nine teams compete in Saturday's "Golf for Kids" Tournament

Over 50 golfers comprising nine teams turned out for the 16th annual Kiwanis "Golf for Kids" Tournament on Saturday at the Goldendale Golf Club, with... Full story


GHS Honor Roll announced

Following is the Honor Roll for Goldendale High School, second semester 2017-2018: 4.00 GPA: (ninth grade) Benjamin Bischoff, Mason Conroy, Emily Harris, Shyann Richmond, (10th grade) Kristin...


Superior Court log

Below is a summary of resolutions from the Superior Court criminal docket for the week of June 18, 2018, provided by Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney David R. Quesnel. Superior Court is in...


County continues rapid job growth

While employment growth in Washington state has slowed slightly over the past year, it climbed to second in the nation in job creation over the past...


Fireworks incident data for 2017 reported

In 2017, the State Fire Marshal’s Office received 345 reports of fireworks-related incidents by hospitals, clinics, and fire agencies in Washington State; 262 injuries; and 83 fires. The majority...


Lori Smith, lifetime educator, leader and student advocate named as Lyle Principal

The Lyle School Board, following a short executive session, at their special meeting on June 15 considered the qualifications of long-term Lyle educator Lori Smith and unanimously approved her...


Cheri Lynn Stitt

Mrs. Cheri Lynn Stitt would like everyone to know that her work here is done. She received her call, a sort of offer one can't refuse, for an... Full story

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    June 27, 2018

Corynn Kayser, Wade Endicott complete first goes in breakaway at junior rodeo finals

Both Corynn Kayser and Wade Endicott made their debuts in the breakaway roping on the big stage at the world's largest junior high rodeo on Monday,... Full story


Eldon Kerns

Eldon Joseph Kerns, 89, passed away in Portland, Oregon, on May 21, 2018. He was born on January 19, 1929 in Bozeman, Montana to Hazel M. (Smith and... Full story


Looking Back

June 20, 1889 There are now said to be at least 125,000 sheep on the north side of the Klickitat Bridge in the vicinity of Mt. Adams, and still they are going in at a rate of 5,000 per day. The...


GHS students receive scholarships

Following is the list of Goldendale High School graduates who have received scholarships: Cailey Abbot PUBLIC SCHOOL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION, $100. KLICKITAT VALLEY HEALTH MEMORIAL FOUNDATION, $500....


State Parks, Chamber unconcerned about dark sky

Being designated as a Dark Sky Place requires “active participation in ongoing efforts to garner robust community support for dark sky protection” and that “participants serve as a beacon in the...


Letters from the community

Car trouble and angels Late Saturday afternoon is never a good time to have serious car trouble. So when I turned off Rt 97 onto Broadway, I coasted to the nearest business that looked open. They were...


Congratulations all around

Tygh Schuster, son of Regina Hernandez, recently graduated from Yakima Valley CC with an Associate of Science degree. He will attend Oregon State University in the fall, pursuing a B.S. in Wildlife Ma...


Lyle was near empty that day

If a tourist went through Lyle on Sunday, June 24, they found the town nearly empty—except for a church at the east of town, where hundreds of family, friends, neighbors and coworkers gathered to...


Local agency volunteers recognized

More than 65 community members and several elected officials attended the Prevent Coalition Volunteer Appreciation Picnic on June 7 in Vancouver. Volunteers from each of the nine partnering...


Steady flow at the Red House

From the words of the Red House Owner, Jon Dove: “On Sunday, June 17, Father’s Day, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. over a hundred people toured The Red House. At the front door I had guests sign a red...


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