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Articles from the July 10, 2013 edition

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 By Jim Fisher    News    July 10, 2013

Events over past weeks show strong dollar impact

Over the past few weeks, Goldendale has been host to a summer whirlwind of public events, beginning with the Bluegrass Festival at Ekone Park in...

 
 By Dallas Smith    News    July 10, 2013

DNR reminds about summer fire dangers

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR) Fire Prevention Team was in Klickitat County last week to help educate people about how to prevent wildfires. The main point the team...

 
 By Jim Fisher    News    July 10, 2013

Quest for Bigfoot hunters takes new twist

As last week’s Bigfoot article stridently conveyed, rumors abound when it comes to all things Sasquatch. It was reported that Animal Planet’s team of hunters may have been searching locally for...

 

Election ballots coming, EMS levy hangs in balance

On July 19 ballots for the August primary will be mailed out to the public, and they are also available online at www.myvote.wa.gov. One can register to vote, get an online voters’ guide, and...

 
 By Dallas Smith    Features    July 10, 2013

Local author writes about bugs for kids

Ladybugs, butterflies, beetles, oh my! In Reb L. Bee’s animated children’s book The Little Entomologist, the author takes readers on an adventure...

 

City slashes vendor fees for flea market, announces 'name the flea' contest

The City of Goldendale’s 2013 Flea Market is rapidly approaching—it’s July 19, 20, and 21—and to sweeten the pot for vendors, the city has announced it’s cutting prices for all vendors by...

 
 By Dallas Smith    News    July 10, 2013

Truck commemorates Herrington

One of the Demolition Derby entries has great meaning to a lot of people here in Goldendale. A truck was remodeled to commemorate Tom Herrington, a ma...

 

Mary Anderson

Mary Anderson passed away at the age of 80 on July 2, 2013 in Goldendale, Washington. Mary was born to Walter and Rose Hall on September 4, 1932 in Am...

 

Loren Norman Van Hoy Jr.

Loren Norman Van Hoy Jr. passed away on June 19, 2013 in San Diego, CA at the age of 88. He was born to Loren and Flora Van Hoy (1/22/25) in...

 

Looking Back

July 10, 2013 50 Years Ago – July 11, 1963 • Ben Flippin, operator of the Arlington Ferry, will soon put into operation a new 12 car barge, replacing the present one of 8 cars capacity. The ferry...

 

Kidrick on EOU's dean's list

Aimee Kidrick, of Wishram, was among 586 students named to the dean’s list at Eastern Oregon University for the 2013 spring term. To qualify, students must achieve and maintain a grade point...

 
 By Dallas Smith    Opinion    July 10, 2013

Small towns have a large impact on those living in them

What is it about small towns that seem to elicit emotions that are very strong in people? Regardless of whether the feelings are incredibly positive or extremely negative, small towns just seem to do...

 
 By T.J. Wilder    Opinion    July 10, 2013

Working out our salvation

“Wherefore, my beloved, as ye have always obeyed, not as in my presence only, but now much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear and trembling.” (Philippians 2:12) We are not...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    July 10, 2013

'Go west,' NYC blackout, San Diego founded

Which are real?... July 10: 1934—FDR visits Colombia and becomes the first sitting president to visit South America. 1962—The first communications satellite, Telstar, is launched. Born: The...

 
 By Lynn Ward    Opinion    July 10, 2013

Really was 'back in the day'

What a pleasure it was to see the Community Days just like it was when I was a child. The rides on Main Street, vendors, businesses putting goods on the sidewalks, music on the Courthouse lawn. It...

 
 By Steve Harris    Opinion    July 10, 2013

Fun for all but the handicapped

By all accounts, Community Days was a big success, except for one group of people—the handicapped. Why were the handicapped dismissed as not interested in coming to Community Days? I never found...

 

It's not just a number, it's Independence Day

Tip of the hat to the editor’s band and everyone at the concert on the Courthouse lawn but especially to Mayor Clint Baze for his comments on the radio to another person complaining about...

 
 By Gaywood Paul    Opinion    July 10, 2013

How about answers from KVH?

A couple of months ago I called KVH administration and said they needed to go public with answers to the following questions in view of trying to spin off EMS. I have not seen any public answers. 1....

 

"Deck Mom" Reynolds helped feed Festival of Speed athletes

The 7th Annual Festival of Speed has been here and gone. Mayor Clint Baze and Police Chief Rick Johnson visited the group just to get to know them and found them to be very nice guys and gals. There w...

 

Wildcat youth football looking for donors

The motor home parked at the north side of the Activity Center is the home of the new park hosts. David Lee and Riyyah Knoll are new to our area and w...

 

Wyatt Bloom excels in rodeo at M.S.U.

Once in a while I have a grandma brag story to share with you. This time I’m telling about proud grandparents, Derwin and Karen Bloom’s grandson, Wyatt Bloom. Karen travelled to Casper, Wyo. to...

 

Plan entries for Trout Lake Fair first weekend in August

With plenty of sunshine over the Fourth of July, the weekend was busy here in Trout Lake. The Saturday Market which included a quilt sale was packed with shoppers looking at local goods, and eating...

 

Harvest has started on the east end of Klickitat County

Some farmers in the east end are starting to harvest this week. Hope this hot weather did not damage their crops. The water holes must be drying up as we have had such an influx of wild animals in...

 

Police working pair of burglaries in Goldendale

Goldendale Police are investigating two burglaries that took place recently, one at a residence on NW 2nd Avenue and the other at the Market Place on East Broadway. The residential burglary took...

 

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