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Articles from the July 19, 2017 edition

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 By Brandon Cline    News    July 19, 2017

Wishram murder suspect pleads not guilty

Michael Matteson, 59, pled not guilty to a second degree murder charge in the killing of Wishram resident Joseph Flock during his arraignment on July 17. Matteson made the plea despite conflicting sta...

 By Brandon Cline    News    July 19, 2017

County road signs getting blasted

The Klickitat County Sheriff’s Department is seeking information that can lead to the arrest of individuals who have been shooting at road signs throughout the county, and they’re offering to swee...

 By Jaryd Cline    News    July 19, 2017

Parks and Rec seeks new levy

With the Central Klickitat County Park and Recreation District’s (CKCPRD) current maintenance and operation levy expiring at the end of the year,... Full story

 By Brandon Cline    News    July 19, 2017

Zendraw classes offered at Ekone Park

During each Saturday in July, adults and children ages 11-and-up can learn how to Zendraw by a local community member. Merissa Hatch, who graduated...

 By Roger Nichols    News    July 19, 2017

City approves street projects

Goldendale City Council marched through a light agenda Monday night with decisions on mostly routine housekeeping measures. Councilors did pass a six-year street plan after a short hearing and approve...

 By Contributed    News    July 19, 2017

MCMC announces new CEO

NEW HEAD OF GORGE'S LARGEST EMPLOYER: Dennis Knox has been announced as CEO of Mid-Columbia Medical Center (MCMC) in The Dalles. MCMC announces new...


Great Books to get kids excited for school

Here are a few new books to consider that can make learning fun, as well as support STEAM education initiatives. It's Elemental Created in...


Is your child's school prepared for the next academic year?

Unfortunately, classroom needs cannot always be matched by school budgets. If you are a concerned parent, consider getting involved in the PTA. It’s...


Auscrete says it's set to locate in city

After a confusing approach to the City of Goldendale and a tentative reception by some residents at the last city council meeting, Auscrete Corporation (ASCK) is telling shareholders it’s setting...

 By Brandon Cline    News    July 19, 2017

West Nile virus creeping closer to county

The West Nile virus carried by mosquitoes has been detected in Yakima County for the first time in 2017, according to the Benton County Mosquito Control District (BCMCD). “For the first time this se...


O. Russell Smith

Russ was born August 22, 1935 in Neligh, Nebraska to Harry E Smith & Mary Ruth Sala. He passed away July 6, 2017. He lived and graduated from High School in Royal, Nebraska. He grew up with five... Full story


Rick L. Gable

On June 28, 2017 Rick L. Gable went home to be with his mother and the Lord Jesus. He was born on September 11, 1966 to parents Rick L. Gable Sr. and Barbara L. Gable (Rider). He spent his early... Full story


Mona Lee Peyton

Mona Lee Peyton died July 3, 2017 after a seven year long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. Her purpose driven life as a registered nurse, mother, home school teacher, volunteer and friend to all,... Full story


Ticks toxic and tweezer resistent

Local doctors are on alert following the death of a woman who contracted a rare, incurable tick-borne illness supporting predictions that this would be the worst summer ever for tick-related...


Farmers Market holds book signing

This Saturday at the Goldendale Farmers Market will be a book signing by Carolyn Johansen of her new book Eating God’s Way. In the book, Johansen compares the types of food available during...

 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    July 19, 2017

The Racism pot in town has been stirred

Our editorial in last week’s Sentinel, about an African American pastor at a local church who felt forced to leave Goldendale because of intense... Full story

 By LeRoy Schoot    Opinion    July 19, 2017

Where do we turn?

The editor of The Sentinel is correct in naming the abuse piled on a black female clergy recently. There is much for us to learn from this sad and deplorable situation. Discrimination against those... Full story


I thought Goldendale was better

I was born and raised in the Goldendale area but have never been ashamed of Goldendale until now. I cannot believe what I read in this week’s paper about what happened to the Pastor of the United... Full story


Miller residence beautifully completed

Last Sunday, a large gathering of family and friends joined together at the residence of Travis and Kelly Miller in a housewarming celebration of the completion of their beautiful new home. Many of yo...


Cougar Quest coming up

Cougar Quest ’17 is coming! Do you have a sixth, seventh, or eighth grader during the 2017-18 school year? The Lyle School District is inviting all middle school students to a leadership...


Keep outdoor summer fun going after dark

Your outdoor summer fun doesn't have to stop after sundown. Whether you're hosting a backyard barbecue, enjoying an evening hike, or simply hanging...


Purpose beats perks in workplace satisfaction

New research shows that happiness abounds for those working at small businesses. Indeed, 75 percent of small-business employees are either very or extremely satisfied working for a small business,...


Five help Oregon finish 4th at Silver Rodeo

In the 32nd annual running of the Silver State International Rodeo in Winnemucca, Nevada, Canada and 12 different states sent about 500 high school...


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