Articles from the July 15, 2015 edition

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'They saved my most precious possessions'

Bunny Nadler Wolf provided The Sentinel with this first-hand account of the burning of her home last weekend. My house at the bottom of Maryhill...

 

Santa's Closet starts to fill up

While most people wait to do their Christmas shopping until Black Friday, others start early. This is completely understandable, especially if you...

 

Veterinary acupuncture comes to Goldendale

Dr. Kendra Moulton, practicing with Dr. Carl Conroy, has brought an exotic medical treatment to the Mid Columbia Veterinary Clinic in Goldendale. It i...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    July 15, 2015

Observatory's new equipment captures Pluto

Pluto is finally getting its due. After years as the ugly stepchild of the "real" planets-in 2003 it was downgraded from its initial classification...

 

Series on Constitution coming

Watch for The Sentinel's upcoming series on the U.S. Constitution, starting soon. The series will feature a fact-or-fiction look at the document that...

 

Tech alliance to focus on STEM ed in Gorge

The Gorge Technology Alliance (GTA) is about to launch another initiative to impact STEM education in the Gorge. STEM is the hot acronym of the moment, standing for science, technology, engineering...

 

Programs for Peaceful Living is making some changes-but don't worry

One in four women and one in seven men will be victims of severe violence by an intimate partner in their lifetimes, resulting in 20 people falling victim to this crime every minute. These victims...

 

Goldendale Middle School honor roll released

Goldendale Middle School released the names of those students achieving honor roll status for the final quarter of the 2015-2016 school year. Included are: Eighth grade: Yesenia Alcantar, Lucas...

 

Fundraising dinner for Camp Morrow campers coming July 26

Mid Columbia Kids Camp, which is held at Camp Morrow, near Wamic, Ore., is coming up during the week of Aug. 10 to 14.  This camping session is for boys and girls who have just finished the second...

 

Rondeau-York to marry:

Lori and Ron Hackbarth are pleased to announce the engagement of their son Jonathan York, to Lindsay Rondeau, daughter of Karan and Steve Rondeau of...

 

Gerchak makes UW Deans List

Joel Gerchak, son of Kevin and Sharon Gerchak, of Goldendale, was named to the Dean’s List at the University of Washington, for the winter quarter of 2015 school year. Gerchak is a junior at UW. To...

 

Honor Society welcomes Keller

Candice Keller of Trout Lake, was recently initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Keller...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - July 15, 1965 • C. Ed Doubravsky, Goldendale contractor, was apparent low bidder on the McKay location job Tuesday, July 13. Bids were opened at the Corps of Engineers office in...

 
 By Debi Budnick    Opinion    July 15, 2015

Rainbow of great seasonal foods awaits preservation

There is a rainbow to be seen this time of year in Klickitat County, but not the type you might be thinking of. To see it, visit any farmers market or farm stand. There you will see the rainbow of...

 
 By Leila R. Olp    Opinion    July 15, 2015

This is not curb side service

To the Editor: I have never written to the editor before, but I felt I needed to this time. We have parked on our parking strip for more than 24 years. We have never been told we were not supposed...

 

Maryhill Museum of Art gives local residents free admission this weekend

Maryhill Museum of Art invites residents of Klickitat and several other Washington counties to visit free of charge during the weekend of July 18...

 

Kids cooking club meets Tuesdays this summer

It’s not too late to join a kid’s cooking club being offered in conjunction with the Lyle summer reading program. Join Debi Budnick from the Klickitat County Health Department for a free cooking...

 

Run like a wild woman, marathon, 50K Saturday

The Trout Lake Festival of the Arts took place this weekend, sharing the school grounds with the ICP for the Mount Adams Complex of fires. It was an interesting juxtaposition. The next big Trout Lake...

 

East District Court

June 23 • Roger D. Sands: Malicious Mischief 3 Physical Damage (8/22/13); dismissed per stipulated order of continuance. • Erica Suzanne Starr: DWLS 3/Amended to NVOL w/ID (1/23/15); amended...

 

From the best seat in the house

There is going to be a tennis clinic in Goldendale this summer, a great opportunity for area families to get involved in something the whole family...

 

Rivers still running, flow near record low

If you go check out the White River at Husum Falls or the Klickitat River through at Fisher Hill bridge, you may be surprised if you were expecting...

 

WDFW advise taking hunter education classes now to be ready for fall hunt

While major hunting seasons are closed in summer, hunter education courses continue to run throughout the state. Now is the time to enroll in hunter education and avoid the autumn rush, said David...

 

County Health Department offers free treatment to STD sufferers

Margaret Pillon, communicable disease nurse at the Klickitat County Health Department, has reported an increase in the 2014 sexually transmitted disease (STD) rates for Klickitat County. “In 2014...

 

CRIMSON SUNSET

The Goldendale sky was aglow with summer hues last week as the sun was setting....

 

HITTING THE BIG TIME:

Goldendale Garden Supply was the subject of a major article in the internationally known magazine Maximum Yield, which focuses on indoor gardening....

 

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