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Articles from the July 8, 2015 edition

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Ogden sees eye-to-eye for 40 years

Local optometrist Dr. James Ogden is celebrating his 40th year in business with his first assistant and his first patient. It was exactly four...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    July 8, 2015

City council moves to change residency requirements for planning commission

The Goldendale City Council’s meeting of Monday night included on its agenda a public hearing on the city’s six-year street plan that drew no comments from the sparse crowd and the first reading...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    July 8, 2015

Budget impasse leads to $2 billion hole

The Washington State budget is signed and sealed but not entirely delivered. In what is being called a full-scale meltdown, on July 1 in the very wee...

 

Sentinel shows up on federal radar

The Sentinel was among media across the country invited to join a telephone press conference Thursday at the White House. The invitation came from the White House Office of the Press Secretary. The...

 
 By Wayne Vineyard    News    July 8, 2015

Maps reveal Tract D historical 'corrections' may not be accurate

In its issue of June 10, 2015, The Sentinel ran a contributed article by William and Mary College Professor Dr. Andrew Fisher concerning the...

 

View Point fire

Once peacefully snuggled among the trees at the base of the hills surrounding the Maryhill Loops, the roof of a home sags in despair following the...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Community    July 8, 2015

Christmas in July

Thursday night was movies on Main Street evening, courtesy of the Goldendale Main Street Association. A small but appreciative crowd gathered to...

 

Warmest June on record for Goldendale

According to preliminary data received by NOAA’s National Weather Service in Pendleton, temperatures at Goldendale averaged much warmer than normal during the month of June. The average temperature...

 

Horseshoe Fire near Mt. Adams still rages

The Horseshoe Fire is in the Mt. Adams Wilderness Area and was spotted on July 3. It is being managed by Washington Interagency Incident Management...

 
 By John Stang    News    July 8, 2015

Wrangling over I-1351 leaves Legislature limping

Washington’s Legislature is locked deeply into triple overtime because of a last-minute negotiating showdown over Initiative 1351 and a bill to revamp high school graduation testing. The feud...

 

PRC's Walk for Life Saturday

The Pregnancy Resource Center is gearing up for its annual Walk for Life being held Saturday, July 11. The 5K walk begins at Father’s House Fellowship, 207 S. Klickitat in Goldendale. Registration...

 

Bartas graduate:

Hannah and Stephen Barta recently received their degrees during June graduation ceremonies. Hannah Barta earned her associates degree, and a transfer...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - July 8, 1965 A total of $13,400 made available by the Pacific Northwest Disaster Act for 1965 has been allocated to Klickitat County, according to word received from Catherine May. The...

 

Phyllis Powell

Phyllis J. Powell went to join many friends and relatives June 30, 2015. Born September 23, 1928 in Minneapolis, Kansas she and her family moved to the Yakima Valley in the 1930’s. Phyllis went to...

 

Jon Lieurance

Jonathan Robert Lieurance died at his parent’s home June 29, 2015, at the age of 54. Jon was born Nov. 8, 1960 in Roseburg, Oregon, to Robert and Jerrine (Sellers) Lieurance. He was the fourth of...

 

Carl H. Coolidge

October 12, 1934 – June 13, 2015 Husband Father Marine. One of The Few, The Proud.... Carl Herman Coolidge was born to Charles and Mae Coolidge on...

 

Bill Kershaw

Bill was born August 30, 1923; he passed peacefully on June 13, 2015, He was 91. Born and raised in the Philadelphia, PA area until World War II. In...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    July 8, 2015

Two cents on horse sense came in different ways

As you see on this page, we’ve got some letters this week about our story last week on the horse on the sidewalk. As it happens, there were a...

 
 By Souix Williams    Opinion    July 8, 2015

Police could look into cruelty

To the Editor: Regarding the horse left on the sidewalk story. This totally disgusts me. First off, that he leaves the horse on the streets, as everyone says, and someone could get hurt. But now...

 
 By Melanie Fuller    Opinion    July 8, 2015

Is this RUI (Riding under the Influence)?

To the Editor: I would like to respond to the article in the July 1, 2015 edition about the horse left on the sidewalk. Coming from a big city I, like many, appreciate the nuances of small town life....

 

Pouillon new editor of Lyle newsletter

Well, we knew it was coming…with this drought we all got the dreaded letter from PUD informing us we have to cut back on our water consumption…understandably. But the “even addresses irrigating...

 

Art, food and music at weekend art festival

It has been a busy couple of weekends here in Trout Lake and despite the heat, the fun is not stopping yet! On June 27, the 13th annual Mt. Adams Country Bicycle Tour was a success! There were almost...

 

Swim lessons at HR pool provided by Glenwood School

July is underway – and haying is in full-swing around the valley. The hot, dry-weather, while hard on people and livestock, has been optimal for hay production. We sure could use some good moisture...

 

Stars of the Gorge coming to Maryhill Winery July 21

Join Goldendale and White Salmon chapters of P.E.O., a philanthropic and educational organization, for their second annual scholarship fundraiser, “Stars Over the Gorge” at Maryhill Winery on...

 

Cub Scout Pack 551

On Saturday, July 4, the Goldendale Cub Scout Pack 551 showed their Cub Scout pride by marching in the Goldendale Community Days Parade as they were...

 

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