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 By Lou Marzeles    News    August 6, 2014

Community struggles with grip of tragedy

Much of Goldendale today is in shock, none more so, it must be presumed, than the father of the two children found in Cannon Beach, Ore., Friday, one... Full story

 

Old Stage Road fire gets quick attention

Rural 7 voluntary fire crews were dispatched at about 4:45 p.m.to a fire incident at Woodland and Old Stage Road. Assisting Rural 7 with suppression... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    August 6, 2014

GHS HITS THE BIG TIME

Goldendale High School choir on the Maryhill Winery stage Saturday night during the Foreigner-Styx concert. The choir belted out the chorus to "I... Full story

 

Election Day primary early results tallied

The 2014 Washington State primary election is over, and below are results for Klickitat County in votes as of press time Tuesday night. Election races with more than two candidates: Congressional... Full story

 

CenturyLink fined $30,000 for billing errors

State regulators have fined CenturyLink $31,300 for billing errors related to taxes and surcharges. The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC) approved a settlement agreement...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    August 6, 2014

Council hears report on planned bus tours and perhaps as soon as this autumn

Monday’s city council meeting saw a report on package travel, approval of a timber harvest contract, the awarding of a cabaret license, and comments on community goings-on. Earlene Sullivan,...

 

Traveling the country to build houses for veterans

The Wounded Warrior Shelby Mustang GT500 passed through Klickitat County on Thursday, on its way to Spokane. The car, which raises money for wounded...

 

AG jumps into both sides of marijuana issue

Attorney General Bob Ferguson has moved to intervene in three marijuana lawsuits filed against the cities of Wenatchee and Fife. Businesses that applied for marijuana licenses have sued these cities...

 

Annual ice cream social at Goldendale library

The Friends of the Goldendale Community Library invite the whole community to celebrate the Annual Old Fashioned Ice Cream Social on the library grounds Thursday, Aug. 14 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. The... Full story

 

They call us the wanderers

Betty Richards of Goldendale, and Nancy Thompson, former Goldendale resident, spent four weeks visiting England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales and Paris,... Full story

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - August 6, 1964 • Six blocks of streets in Bickleton will soon be given a “one-shot” oiling, according to announcement by George Klein, commissioner. Approval of the project was gi...

 

GHS ag teacher heads back to school

Terry Nickels, agriscience educator at Goldendale High School recently attended an eight-day professional development institute at Dayton, Ohio, to... Full story

 

African art at Maryhill

African Art from the Mary Johnston Collection will open at Maryhill Museum of Art on Saturday, Aug. 9. The exhibition includes masks, sculptures and other objects from the people groups that populate...

 

Births

Amelia Teresa Enyeart was born July 2, 2014, in The Dalles, Ore., to Karl and Sommer Enyeart. Amelia weighed 7 lbs., 15 ounces, and was 21 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Loren and Teresa...

 

Obituaries

On Sunday, Aug. 3, 2014 Buck went home to be with the Lord. He passed away unexpectedly at Mid-Columbia Medical Center; he was 69 years old. Buck is... Full story

 
 By Phil Dyer    Opinion    August 6, 2014

First phase completed, Health Exchange looks to next

It has been nearly three years since Washington began to build its state-based insurance exchange and profoundly expanded Medicaid. It has not been an easily defined road nor a smooth one. Nothing...

 

Letter from the community

Our hearts go out to the people of Brewster and Pateros and other Washington areas ravished by 2014’s record wildfires. It is hard to imagine their heartbreak as they are comb through the ashes of...

 

Despite blistering heat, attendance up at Trout Lake Fair

One of the summer’s most important events happened here last weekend in Trout Lake, and that’s the Trout Lake Fair! What a great, albeit scorching hot, weekend it was too. The weekend was kicked o...

 

Glenwood community provides funds, labor to improve Grange 94

Glenwood Homemakers is offering a continuing education scholarship for local college students who are returning to college this fall. Applications...

 

Bickleton's class of 2004 reunite

A surprise retirement party was held for Sam Ramos, who recently retired as school custodian. Sam was surprised that Bickleton residents could keep a secret for two weeks without him finding out abou...

 

Old friends get reacquainted at all-school reunion

Lyle’s All School Reunion was one of the best turnouts ever. The atmosphere was so energized that it sent vibrations of excitement throughout the room; awaking all the senses. Eyes took in the...

 

Harris graduates from CSU

Conner Harris graduated in May 2014 from Colorado State University with a Masters degree in bio medical sciences.  He has recently begun employment as a Consulting Associate with Siemens Corp. in... Full story

 

East District Court

June 26 •Kenneth Darrell Vincent: Fl. Renew Expired Reg. Greater Than Two Months (6/16/14); Committed, fine $150. •John Arlen Washines: Op. Mot. Veh. Without Ins. (4/19/14); Committed, fine $400....

 

Locals perform well at National rodeo

Tanner Bradley placed 18th overall in bull riding and David Gunkel was fourth in light rifle marksmanship at the National High School Finals Rodeo in...

 

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