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Articles from the July 2, 2014 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    July 2, 2014

Goldendale man rescues Seattle police captain from burning truck

One of Goldendale's finest made such a dramatic impression recently, he got offered a job on TV. On June 12, DJ Campbell was on his way home from his... Full story


Takes a licking and keeps on ticking

It's grown-up bumper cars as the Demolition Derby returns this year as part of the 2014 Community Days. For more details, see pages A4 and...

 By Lou Marzeles    News    July 2, 2014

Shoval suddenly drops out of race

Once thought the forerunner in the 14th District House of Representatives race, Ben Shoval of Yakima Monday suddenly ended his candidacy. He...


Maryhill Winery gets Forbes article, top honors in international contest

After judging more than 4,500 wines from 1,400 wineries, 26 states and 31 countries, the 2014 San Francisco International Wine Competition awarded Mar...

 By Linda Czajka    News    July 2, 2014

Dispatch Center finally opens to rave reviews

The wait is finally over. After many years of planning, frustrating setbacks, and months of fine tuning, testing and training, the new Klickitat...


No horses on these carriages

The Horseless Carriages car train pulled into Goldendale Friday. Cars more than a century old, and some more recent, filled the lawn at the Presby...


Soroptimists raise funds for scholarships

The Goldendale area Soroptimist Chapter hosted a festive Tea Party and Silent Auction this past Saturday afternoon at Christ the King Lutheran...


Cattle associations help bring food to those in need

School may be out for summer, but last Thursday the parking lot at Goldendale High School was full of local residents-many whom never dreamed they wou...


Williams, Page to marry

Nichole Lynn Williams and Tyson Page will be united in marriage July 12, in Glenwood. Nichole is the daughter of Olan Williams and Sam Lemley, of... Full story


GHS students named to honor roll

Goldendale High School released the names of students achieving honor roll status for the second semester of the 2013-14 school year. 4.00 GPA: (Ninth grade) Nadia Smith, (10th grade) Kailey...


CWU honor roll released

Central Washington University released their spring honor roll. Students from Goldendale achieving honor roll status include: Nicole Becerra, sophomore; Isaac Messenger, sophomore; Brittany Allen,...


Looking Back

50 Years Ago - July 2, 1964 The first bucket of concrete to go into the John Day Dam powerhouse structure was poured Friday morning with appropriate ceremonies by the Corps of Engineers and...


Larry Chamberlain

Larry James Chamberlain, 70, of Nampa Idaho, died Thursday, June 19th 2014 at home with his family at his side. Larry was born October 8 1943, in... Full story


Doris P. Lemley

Doris was born on February 16, 1920 in Toppenish, WA. to Ward and Grace McEwen. She passed away June 23, 2014 at Mid-Columbia Medical Center in The... Full story

 By Glenn Mollette    Opinion    July 2, 2014

The freedom to speak freely can carry a high price for many

Have we lost free speech in America? Our First Amendment right for all Americans is free speech. Protesters, journalists, civil-rights advocates, street preachers, and all Americans have enjoyed the...


A fair and faithful candidate

To the Editor: I have known Gina McCabe for the last 15 years of my life. Gina has been my dance coach as well as my friend. She is currently running for state representative out of District 14 and...

 By Kate Matthews    Opinion    July 2, 2014

Best boss I ever had

To the Editor: I was hired at the start of Lori Hoctor’s administration and have watched as she steadily implements her goal of elevating the quality of service provided to the citizens and elected... Full story

 By Raymond Clough    Opinion    July 2, 2014

Efforts go ignored and impugned

To the Editor:  I read with great interest the article titled: “Dallesport Airport Moves Ahead With Life Flight” in the June 25 issue of The Sentinel. In the article Commissioner Sauter...


Busy training weekend for KCSAR

Klickitat County Search & Rescue (KCSAR) volunteers recently put in a busy weekend of training. Saturday morning, June 28, started out with Rope... Full story


Never-ending pancakes at Lions breakfast

Condolences go out to the family and friends in the untimely death of Lyle’s long time resident Wally Clausen. He was well known and well liked in the community. Lyle Community Council’s main...


Glenwood community celebrates birthdays

There are a couple of birthday celebrations in Glenwood this week. First – our nation will be turning 238 on July 4. The second party is in recognition of a couple of special men’s 80th...


Silva, Mahdzan claim first wins, Corrigall makes it two in a row at Festival of Speed

There was a world cup event in Brazil over the weekend, but at least 10 Brazilians spent their time at a World Cup event at the Maryhill Loops,... Full story


Lyle man dies in Centerville highway accident

A one car accident took the life of Walter S. Clawson, 72, of Lyle on June 25 around 11:15 p.m. The accident took place near milepost 12 on the Centerville Highway, according to the Klickitat County... Full story


Vandals damage buses, Ekone Park facilities tagged

Two school buses were vandalized over the weekend, according to Goldendale police. Both buses had a rear window broken with an estimated value of glass and repair around $250 each. One of the windows...


Tour bus of teens in SR97 accident, six with minor injuries

A tour bus loaded with teenagers had their trip disrupted on Saturday when a pick-up truck that had pulled to the side of the road came back onto the...


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