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Cavalcade of kids

KIDS EVERYWHERE: Children around the county had fun at several events over the past week. The Presby Museum in Goldendale featured its first "Living...

 

Call for 'horse ride' heats up Main Street

A letter to the editor published in The Sentinel two weeks ago called for an act of civil disobedience colorfully referred to as a "Cowboy Ride."... Full story

 

Sheriff to illegal drug users: get out or go to jail

Klickitat County Sheriff Bob Songer is looking for partners. In an effort to apply pressure to the drug dealing locations in Klickitat County, Songer...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    August 5, 2015

Phony IRS 'Mafia' on the prowl again

“Hello?” “Is this Mrs. [name withheld]?” “Yes.” “Listen up, lady. I’m Agent Benson from the IRS. We see that you’re $5,000 in...

 

Bartkowski named new police chief

At the Goldendale City Council meeting Monday night, Reggie Bartkowski was named the city’s new chief of police, taking over for outgoing Chief Rick Johnson. Johnson announced last week he was...

 

Peck named Chamber executive director

Dana Peck has been selected as the next executive director for the Greater Goldendale Area Chamber of Commerce, replacing Earlene Sullivan who is reti...

 
 By Jim White    News    August 5, 2015

Space station in view for August

After the long days of June and July, our last full month of summer brings hints of the shorter days and longer nights to come. During the month, sunrise advances from 5:48 a.m. on Aug. 1 to 6:25... Full story

 

Five fires set Saturday a.m.

Serious damage was averted thanks to some early birds who noticed a few fires that were started early Saturday morning in Goldendale. Police received a report of a fire near the ball field, east of...

 

GHS scholarship update

Awards and scholarships were awarded to Goldendale High School graduates at their commencement ceremony in June. However, three of the local scholarships were inadvertently left off of the...

 

4-H FASHION CLOTHING/REVUE WINNERS

The 4-H Fashion Revue and clothing construction judging was held in Glenwood. At back, (l-r) Alyssa Simmons, Brandi Vance, Tori Tallman and Faith...

 

Wade-Stelljes engaged

John and Claudine Wade of Goldendale, have the pleasure of announcing the engagement of their daughter, Erin Christine Wade, to Michael Sean...

 

Johny Clarence

Johny Grant Clarence, 73, passed away at his home in Klickitat on July 22, 2015. He was born in The Dalles, Oregon on September 12, 1941 to Ella... Full story

 

Wanda "Joyce" Sanders

Wanda "Joyce" Norfleet Sanders, 81, of Kennewick, went to be with our Heavenly Father on July 30, 2015, at Richland Life Care Center. She was born... Full story

 

Laestadian Lutheran Church hosts confirmation at Brooks Park

A state park such as Brooks Memorial is considered a beautiful escape from the societal part of life. For those of the Laestadian Lutheran faith, it...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - August 5, 1965 The Klickitat County commissioners stated they will be taking bids for two bridge structures that were washed out last winter on the Klickitat River. The bids are for...

 
 By Jim Link    Opinion    August 5, 2015

Historical Society always looks for fresh programs

Reaching out and bringing awareness of the significant part that our region played in the settling of eastern Washington is a rewarding part of being a member of or a volunteer to the Klickitat County...

 
 By Bud Forester    Opinion    August 5, 2015

Time for an American Cinco de Mayo

To the Editor: A recent letter on whooping cough prompted this letter. On May 5, 1862, the Mexican army drove the French out of Mexico during the battle of Puebla. Mexicans celebrate this “win... Full story

 

TL Fair goers undaunted by extreme heat

One of the summer's most important events happened here last weekend in Trout Lake, and that's the Trout Lake Fair, which is celebrating its 50th...

 

4-H Fashion Revue held in Glenwood

Glenwood hosted the annual Klickitat County 4-H Fashion Revue on July 31. Nine 4-Hers participated in contests including construction (sewing), fashion revue (modeling), creative consumer (purchased...

 

This year's NW Homesteading Fair canceled, volunteers and planners needed for 2016

The Twin Bridges Museum Board is ecstatic…Washington State Representative Gina McCabe posted an announcement in her newsletter where she stated, “As the legislative session was wrapping up we...

 

Relay for Life seeks to celebrate survivors

Relay for Life of Klickitat County - Carnival for a Cure, Sept. 12, at Goldendale High School track. Relay for Life of Klickitat County wants to celebrate life and foster hope that cancer will one...

 

East District Court

July 14 • Terrina Lynn Nardin-Ceridon: DWLS 3 (5/30/15); guilty plea, jail 90/90 susp., fine/fees $275; 12 mos. probation. • Jamie Jerome Parke: DUI (5/4/15); guilty plea, jail 364/363 susp.,...

 

From the best seat in the house

You don’t have to be a gearhead to enjoy rock crawling, but I am sure it gives an added dimension to the entertainment. I can only imagine what is...

 

Nampa driver creates drama in first WE Rock West series win

At least one drought was broken in the west this past weekend when Todd Young won his first Western Series event after 11 years of competition,... Full story

 

Youth soccer sign up deadline nears

The deadline for soccer registration is fast approaching. Soccer in Goldendale is open to boys and girls ages 4 through 14. Registrations must be in by Aug. 10. This is a hard deadline, required for...

 

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