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 By Lou Marzeles    News    July 1, 2020

BLM protest comes to Goldendale

Wind and verbal confrontation were the key features of a protest held Saturday afternoon on the Klickitat County courthouse lawn in Goldendale in...

 

Dogs of the Gorge tries new ways to raise funds

Lisa Mabrey has a passion for the care of homeless and abused animals. After working for Home At Last Humane Society in The Dalles, Oregon for several...

 

STAYING POWER

Mel and Shirley Johnson are about to celebrate a milestone: on July 5, they will have been married for 74 years....

 

City swimming pool won't open this year

The public swimming pool in Goldendale will not open this summer. The Parks & Recreation District Board had been working on a re-opening plan, but additional restrictions on swimming pools in...

 

GPD emphasizes fireworks laws

The Goldendale Police Department is reminding all the citizens of the City of Goldendale of laws pertaining to the use of fireworks during the Fourth of July holiday. Chief Reggie Bartkowski states,...

 

Advisory council is recruiting members from Klickitat County

The Area Agency on Aging & Disabilities of Southwest Washington Advisory Council is looking for two members from Klickitat County to fill vacancies in 2020. The Council is a group of volunteers...

 

Police respond to mask inquiries

The Goldendale Police Department has been receiving numerous phone calls from citizens about the new face covering order from Gov. Jay Inslee. The department has issued this statement in response:...

 

Face masks made available for low income persons

The Washington State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) has coordinated the purchase and distribution of cloth masks to low-income persons throughout the state of Washington. The Klickitat County...

 

Denny Waldal

We are mourning the loss of Denny Waldal, who passed from Goldendale to be with our Heavenly Father on June 19, 2020. My beloved husband was born on July 20, 1946, and married me, Judy, on July 7,... Full story

 

Richard "Rich" Lee Fahlenkamp

Richard passed away in his home on June 16, 2020. He was born Aug. 3, 1954, to John and Virginia Fahlenkamp. He was the youngest of five children. He attended Centerville School and made lifelong... Full story

 

Wayne Phillip Spencer

Wayne Phillip Spencer was born Nov. 29, 1950, in Goldendale to Ethel “Grace” Lee Spencer and William I. Spencer. Wayne attended Goldendale elementary until the family moved to Ellensburg,...

 

Looking Back

July 5, 1905 – 115 Years Ago Centerville Journal: At the telephone meeting at Goldendale Monday evening, it was decided that each community subdivision should act for itself, and all divisions...

 

Inslee orders statewide face covering

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announced last Tuesday that effective June 26, face coverings will be required to be worn statewide inside public places including stores, offices, and restaurants. The...

 
 By Chris Corry    Opinion    July 1, 2020

Why I sued Jay Inslee

In May in conjunction with seven of our fellow Washingtonians, I filed lawsuit in federal court against Jay Inslee, in his capacity as governor, over the statewide Emergency Declaration he...

 
 By Tracy Rushing    Opinion    July 1, 2020

Why Chris Corry is suing, and why it matters

Perhaps Chris Corry’s approach to pandemic management is best summed up by the first words you find in his 2018 voter pamphlet and current website: “The nine most terrifying words in the English...

 

LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

Great work The 2019/2020 school year has come and gone. It was my honor to head up a group at the Goldendale Primary School called GPS NET. This group was made up of men and women who volunteered in...

 

Great news about local cowgirl

We’d like to share some exciting news regarding one Glenwood cowgirl and her family. Joslyn Arnold, daughter of Casey and Bo Arnold, is in Winnemucca, Nevada, this week, competing and representing...

 

Goldendale agriculture teachers recognized

Three Goldendale High School teachers have been recognized by the Washington State Association of Agricultural Educators (WAAE) for their exceptional...

 

Bartkowski named to President's List

Aimee Bartkowski of Goldendale was named to the President’s List by Dr. Troy Shoemaker, president of Pensacola Christian College, for academic achievement during the 2020 spring semester. This was...

 

Bilderback placed on President's List

Suzanna Bilderback of Goldendale has earned placement on the Gonzaga University President’s List for spring semester 2020. Students must earn a 3.85 to 4.0 grade-point average to be listed. Gonzaga...

 

Lyle seniors celebrate graduation

It warmed my heart to see the portraits of the members of the Lyle Graduating class flying high on banners above “main street” of Lyle. Then I received emails describing the celebrating event of...

 

You can help find a solution to COVID-19

(Family Features) The human immune system holds important clues about how people naturally detect and defend against disease. For COVID-19, many people have been able to defeat the virus because of...

 

Is the rodeo level in your blood still down?

Here’s a brief history of the two rodeos that went conspicuously absent in June: Alder Creek Pioneer Picnic and Rodeo The Alder Creek Pioneer Association was formed May 27, 1911, and held its first...

 

How to use the Grand Old Flag

From The Goldendale Sentinel, Sept. 27, 1917: USE AND ABUSE OF AMERICAN FLAG Warning against desecration of the American flag by enemy aliens, and an...

 

At-home summer learning tips

(Family Features) With the majority of schools across the country closed, many parents are feeling the stress of taking more active roles in their...

 

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