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 By Christy Lochrie    News    July 24, 2013

EMS levy still gets many questions and common misconceptions

Voting ballots have been mailed and voting is underway for the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) District, with mail-in ballots due for the primary election by Aug. 6. The EMS District vote is for a si...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    July 24, 2013

Pulitzer Prize-winner paints verbal portrait of time in Goldendale

There’s nothing like observations from a Pulitzer Prize-winner about one’s hometown to snap a person to attention—especially when his comments a...

 

Seahawks help celebrate pool anniversary

The Goldendale swimming pool is 10 years old and no effort was spared in the celebration of the event. The birthday was in danger of being overshadowe...

 

Get your ducks in a row

The 19th Annual Ducky Derby is a highlight of Klickitat Canyon Days. The event is one of the final events of the three day festival in Klickitat....

 
 By Jim Fisher    Features    July 24, 2013

Bank gets exterior renovation

Columbia Bank’s Goldendale branch is in the midst of receiving a makeover that is described as “long past due,” by branch manager Anthony...

 

Bishop Services' support of the Yarnell Fire more than routine

Goldendale’s Bishop Services was at the Yarnell Fire in Nevada, where 19 firefighters were killed. This is the first in a series by Richard Lefever of Bishop about their experiences there. As a...

 

Huva-Bellamy Engagement

Carisa T. Huva and Don W. Bellamy III have announced their engagement. Carisa is the daughter of Ken and Kathy Huva of Goldendale. She is a 2007...

 

Candice Davenport

Candice Davenport went to be with the Lord on July 11, 2013, at the age of 23. She was born Sept. 6, 1989 in Vancouver, WA. Candice grew up in...

 

Geneva Ward-Wyatt

A memorial service for Geneva Ward Wyatt will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, July 25, at New Life Assembly of God Church. Geneva passed away Monday, July 22, 2013, at Flagstone Retirement Center in The...

 

Bill Enderby

Chester William “Bill” Enderby II , passed away at his home in Goldendale on July 18, 2013. He was 66 years old. Bill was born in Houston, Texas on Sept. 30, 1946 to Oretha (Ogg) and Chester W....

 

Elijah Dean Lund

Elijah Dean Lund was born March 10, 2013 at Mid Columbia Medical Center in The Dalles, to Cassandra Lund. He weighed 8 pounds, 5.9 ounces and was 20...

 

Local Rainbow girls attend grand assembly

Five of the Golden Phoenix 158 Rainbow girls, Jackie Miller, Kylie Woolery, Faith Simmons, Alyssa Simmons and Jayne Clarin, attended the International Order of Rainbow for Girls Grand Assembly in...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – July 25, 1963 • Sandra Brack, of Goldendale, was presented the Ralston Purina Youth Award for outstanding accomplishment with her livestock feeding project. Her 4-H lamb was Grand...

 
 By Don C Brunell    Opinion    July 24, 2013

Training students in the value of good business practices

Each summer for the past 38 years, students and adult leaders from across our state have gathered at university campuses for week-long free enterprise “boot camps” called Business Week. There are...

 

Government still trying to curtail public records

To the Editor: Well, there they go again. State and local lawmakers continue to attack our Public Records Act, the public’s right to know what our governments are doing. For example, in our state...

 
 By Jim Daniel    Opinion    July 24, 2013

Why vote yes on the EMS levy

To the Editor: Why do we need to vote yes on the levy? • A yes vote will fund the new County's EMS District 1 created by the County Commissioners, which will take over the ambulance services for...

 

Nixon nominated, original Tea Party platform

Which are real?... July 24: 1851—Britain abolishes the window tax as a result of intense lobbying by Windex. 1974—The Supreme Court tells Nixon to surrender the Watergate tapes. Born: Ruth Buzzi...

 

Java Talking with police chief Johnson, KVH CEO White

There were many yard sales in Goldendale last weekend considering the heat, but the main reason everyone planned their sales for that weekend I feel, was because of the Flea Market that was cancelled...

 

Fire destroys Coe home, fund set up to help

The latest fire on July 15, a mile up Centerville Highway, destroyed the Coe residence. Much needed household items and tools for rebuilding the new house, could be delivered to Cameron’s mom, Rhond...

 

Jensen-Van Beek marry in Yakima

Tyler Jensen, a graduate of Bickleton and Jenna VanBeek, a graduate of Sunnyside Christian School, were married in a beautiful garden setting at Cascade Gardens in Yakima on July 20. Parents are Alan...

 

East District Court

June 18 •David Gene Oliver: Animal Cruelty 2 - Unneccessary Suffering (2/25/12); Dismissed per stipulated order of continuance. •Barbara Jean Oswalt: DWLS 3 (5/1/13); Guilty plea, 90 days/89...

 

Grinders come up short, lose sweep to Blazers

The Goldendale Grinders dropped a pair of games to the Milton-Freewater Blazers, Saturday as summer baseball got underway last week for the Babe Ruth...

 

Men and machines conquer Broken Boulder Ranch in stunning fashion

The motto for rock crawlers has to be “if I can see it, I can climb it.” During two days of competition at Broken Boulder Ranch, north of...

 

Wrestling camp next week in Goldendale

Summer wrestling camp starts next week in Goldendale in the high school gym. The camp begins on Monday, July 29 at 9 a.m. for pre-middle school aged youth. The morning session will run until 11:30...

 

EPA extends burn ban on Yakama Reservation

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Monday morning it will continue a burn ban on all outdoor burning on the Yakama Reservation through noon on Wednesday, July 31, due to the impact of...

 

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