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Now appearing in a sky near you: a bright, shiny comet

Troy Carpenter, Goldendale Observatory administrator, writes this account of one of the most unusual and spectacular celestial events to occur in the...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    July 15, 2020

Sentinel to hold candidates meeting

The Goldendale Sentinel will hold an editorial board meeting with almost all the candidates running for office in Klickitat County and the 14th Legisl...

 
 By Genevieve Shuey    News    July 15, 2020

City is host to many ag businesses

For The Sentinel For a sleepy, rural town, Goldendale has a surprising number of industries. Among the biggest, of course, is agriculture-farming and...

 

Inslee updates COVID requirements for ag

Governor Jay Inslee's office has issued an updated version of the Agricultural COVID-19 Requirements imposed by his earlier proclamation. There were...

 

Phony vaccine maker shut down

A supposed medical facility boasted earlier this year that it had created a vaccine against COVID-19 and charged $400 per dose for it. Last month, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced...

 

Construction starts to replace the Satus Creek Bridge

For the last several years, travel across the US 97 Satus Creek Bridge has been limited due to a weight restriction—but all of that is about to change with the construction of a new replacement... Full story

 

Kids are online more these days, here's how to keep them safe

(StatePoint) Children are spending more time online due to social distancing measures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. And while the internet can be a... Full story

 

Sheriff's Office responds to gunfire

On July 8, the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office responded to a man firing a gun in front of 580 Oak Ridge Road, cabin 1, in the Husum area. Upon arrival, it was determined a mother had come home...

 

Gary Edward Patton

Gary Edward Patton went into the arms of Jesus at his home in Goldendale on Wednesday, June 24, in the wee hours of the morning. He was born in Missou... Full story

 

Looking Back

July 25, 1891 - 129 Years Ago On Sunday morning a party of 22 persons from Trout Lake, writer included, hooked on to their “grub” baskets, mounted their carriages, and started for a general good...

 

Red Cross seeks volunteers

Experts say the Pacific Northwest could be in for a busy wildfire season this summer, and the American Red Cross needs volunteers to help in local communities. “The coronavirus pandemic will make...

 
 By Jim Miller    Opinion    July 15, 2020

Video Calling Solutions for Tech-Challenged Seniors

Dear Savvy Senior, Can you recommend some simple devices that can help tech-challenged seniors with video calls? My 80-year-old mother has been isolating herself for months now in fear of the...

 

LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

It's his time I’ve known Miland Walling for a long time and strongly endorse his candidacy for Klickitat County Commissioner. I cam attest that he is fully committed to serving others. For decades...

 

Mudfest going ahead

Mt. Adams Mudfest takes place this weekend, July 17 through 19, here in Glenwood at 1807 BZ-Glenwood Highway. The weekend will be packed with events, beginning with live bands providing music...

 

Railroad safety still an issue

Sally Zitterkopf contacted Barbara Parrish, who publishes the High Prairie Newsletter, with a query: “Could you ask if anyone has 1/2 pint jars they would like to sell.” Barb forwarded it on to...

 

Emotionally prepare your children for back-to-school

Between sheltering-in-place, online learning and time away from friends, many children will need a little extra support as they head back to school...

 

Grants and loans available to bring broadband to unserved areas

The Washington State Public Works Board is accepting applications for broadband infrastructure construction grants and loans now through Sept. 9. Approximately $9.1 million is available for...

 

SBA provided $20 Billion to small businesses

Monday, the U.S. Small Business Administration announced the conclusion and success of the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Advance program, which provided U.S. small businesses, non-profits and...

 

Southwest Washington saved 90,000 jobs

A new report from the U.S. Small Business Administration detailed that more than 9,000 southwest Washington businesses received these critical, forgivable loans, with an estimated 90,000 jobs being sa...

 

Safe entertaining in a COVID-19 world

(eLivingtoday.com) Depending on where you live, restrictions on social gatherings may become less strict in the coming weeks and months. However,...

 

Weather

Wednesday: July 15th Day Time: Mostly Sunny, high 90 Evening: Clear to partly cloudy, low 61 Sunrise: 5:29 a.m. Sunset: 8:49 p.m. Thursday: July 16th Day Time: Mostly sunny, high 86 Evening: Mainly...

 
 By John Kruse    Pet Alley    July 15, 2020

The Washington Outdoors Report: North Cascades grizzy reintroduction

John Kruse For The Sentinel Back in 2017 the U.S. Department of Interior rolled out a draft Environmental Impact Statement to the public, seeking...

 

Companion Animal: A model for county animal control Part 2

One model of such cooperation is the animal control in Thurston County, Washington. Rather than have Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater, and the county all...

 

Legals for July 15, 2020

Central Klickitat Conservation District Appointment Central Klickitat Conservation District (CKCD) is soliciting for applicants for appointment to the CKCD Board of Supervisors. The appointment shall...

 

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