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Articles from the July 18, 2012 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    July 18, 2012

State: you’re covered by providers who can’t provide

Washington State is changing its Basic Health Care Program coverage, and the state is telling Klickitat and Skamania County residents who were on that program to expect coverage from companies that do...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    July 18, 2012

Local WorkSource office loses contracts by missing deadline

Because of missing a deadline by two minutes, contracts for four employees at the Goldendale WorkSource office were terminated. With the lost contracts, there are significant changes coming to the...

 

Truck Rollover

A truck rests on its side Friday on Highway 97 after rolling over. The driver was not hurt. According to one witness, the truck began weaving in the...

 

Main Street Music

An appreciative crowd gathers in front of Dr. James Ogden’s office on Main Street to listen to area musicians playing and singing at Ogden’s...

 

Flash flood knocks out stretches of railway and Highway 14

Highway 14 was open for business again Monday evening after Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) crews cleared mud and debris from...

 

James F. Niblack

James F. Niblack, age 86, passed away on Friday, June 29, 2012, at Mid-Columbia Medical Center, in The Dalles, Ore, near his home in Dallesport,... Full story

 

Centerville man killed by gunshot, fund established for daughters

The Klickitat County Coroner has reported that 52-year-old James Kitchen was found with a gunshot wound to the head at approximately 9 p.m. on July 10, at his residence in Centerville. The gunshot...

 

KVH receives awards for heart and stroke care

Klickitat Valley Health (KVH) was recently awarded a Level II status as a Cardiac Center and a Level III as a Stroke Center. KVH was also awarded Best Practice in Care for Heart Failure Patients by th...

 

Better Living Center dedicated

The new Better Living Center was dedicated Sunday, July 8, at the Goldendale Seventh Day Adventist Church on Bickleton Highway. The location had been...

 

Student Art Exhibit Opening July 26 at Discovery Center

The Confluence Project announced the start of the Gifts from Our Ancestors traveling student art exhibit, opening on Thursday, July 26 at the...

 

A World of Mosaics exhibit at Golden Art Gallery, Aug. 11

A World of Mosaics is the theme and featured exhibit at the annual dinner and auction of the Golden Art Gallery on Main St. in Goldendale. The public event is Aug. 11, beginning at 5...

 

Looking Back

25 years ago- July 16, 1987 • The Coffields decided to give their apricot tree the recognition it deserves after reading of a smaller tree on the Snake River in Hell’s Canyon, which held the...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    July 18, 2012

There was some insurance around here a minute ago

Stop me if you’ve heard this one: this state government is going to end its basic health plan, see, so they send out these notices to the people...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    July 18, 2012

Brigham Young, Valkyrie, Nero had no fiddle

July 18: 64—Nero does not play the fiddle while Rome burns; fiddles did not exist. There is even a question if he was in Rome at the time. 1870—Papal infallibility is declared, making folks...

 

Support the medical fund

To the Editor: Help support the Lori Milliren Medical Fund, an account accepting donations at Riverview Bank. For over two years, Lori has been suffering from herniated disc disease and will soon be...

 
 By Judy Bodily    Opinion    July 18, 2012

Great service at KVH

To the Editor: In the middle of May, I became ill enough to need hospitalization. The very immediate and ongoing, professional, and compassionate attention I received from the entire medical staff of...

 

Klickitat Canyon Days

The Ducky Derby (above from last year) is one of the highlights of the annual Klickitat Canyon Days. Events start on July 27 with kids’ carnival,...

 

Parks and Rec to hold poolside “Business 2 Business” July 26

The Central Klickitat County Park and Rec District will hold a 'Poolside Business 2 Business' on Thursday, July 26 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., for its members. This is a perfect time for networking....

 

Lyle school board redistricting petition to ESD 112

Those who gathered upstairs in the Twin Bridges Museum this week were privy to a memorable ceremony with the United Methodist Church’s past Pastor Earl Lane, the UMC District Superintendent, David...

 

Packed house at Festival of Arts, next up Trout Lake Fair

So the Trout Lake Festival of the Arts is over and it seems to have been another successful festival despite the somewhat odd weather; thunderstorms...

 

Recycle police say “no glass” in community bin at Glenwood

Chris Miller and Vicky (Miller) Jones hosted a bridal shower for Amy Burgin at the Miller home on Sunday, July 15. Amy will become Mrs. Shaun Roggenkamp on July 28 in Glenwood. Amy is a 2000 graduate...

 

Teen gives thanks to river rescuers

A successful rescue of five people from the Klickitat River last week was applauded by a number of Goldendale Sentinel readers. Among the comments received on the Facebook page were “big thank yous...

 

Gorge Grown Food Network holds first Farm Day tour

From Mosier to Maryhill to Carson, nearly 20 farmers, ranchers, and viticulturists are holding open houses on July 29, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The occasion is Gorge Grown Food Network’s first Gorge...

 

Old time Trout Lake fair Aug.3-5

Step back in time and enjoy family style entertainment at the Trout Lake Fair, Aug. 3 through Aug. 5. The fair has a distinct feel of the old time...

 

Two arrested on outstanding warrants

Goldendale Police made two arrests on Friday, both involving warrants from outside Klickitat County. Aaron Hayes was arrested for failure to register as a level 1 sex offender. Police received a tip...

 

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