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Articles from the August 13, 2014 edition

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So what really went wrong with the fire?

In the first few hours of the Mile Marker 28 fire of last summer, a lot of people around Goldendale were asking how the fire started and how did it... Full story


Gallery has glass and annual dinner

The Golden Art Gallery, at 614 S. Columbus Avenue Suite D in Goldendale, probably won't want you to bring in a rambunctious dog this month. Not that... Full story


Child crime case is thrown out

There will be no retrial for Dana Reuel Klein II, who was to go on trial for rape of a child, following a Superior Court decision by Judge Brian...


GHS gets new top administrators

Goldendale High School administration will have a fresh start this year with former principal Clay Henry and former vice Principal Lance DenBoer...


Rv on fire

Passersby took this shot of an RV consumed in flames on SR 97 Monday. This was before any emergency crews had responded. The fire closed southbound... Full story


KPUD announces planned service outages in western parts of county

Approximately 1,800 Klickitat PUD customers in Dallesport, Murdock, Lyle, High Prairie, Appleton, and Timber Valley will experience an eight-hour electric service outage from 11 p.m. on Friday, Aug.... Full story


Skamania County Bigfoot Bash and Bounty Aug. 23 in Sasquatch refuge

Skamania County has the highest recorded number of Bigfoot sightings in the world, according to the Bigfoot Bash and Bounty promoters. Perhaps it is due to the friendly environments as two ordinances...


Smoother, safer drive coming to Klickitat County highways

Drivers traveling along State Route 141, State Route 14 and US 197 should plan for delays through the end of August while crews make improvements to more than 70 miles of deteriorating pavement on...


Ada May Davison

Ada May Cochran Davison was born September 22, 1927 to John Cochran and Olive Bullinger in Toppenish, Washington. Ada Passed away July 25, 2014 in... Full story


David Corvey

11/12/1947 – 08/03/2014 David E. Corvey passed away peacefully early Sunday, Aug. 3, 2014, at his Lakeside home surrounded by family and close... Full story


Isabella Smith

Isabella Vivianna Sophia Joy Smith July 21, 2012 - August 1, 2014 On July 21, 2012 this world became a much brighter place when Isabella Vivianna... Full story


John Willsey

Mr. John William Willsey 76, a long time resident of Goldendale, passed away on Thursday, August 7, 2014 with his wife and family by his side. John... Full story


Aiden Schroder

Aiden Keith Schroder was born July 15, 2014 to Brian Schroder Jr. and Dacia Schroder. He weighed 6 lbs. 11 ounces, and was 20 inches long. Aiden... Full story


Looking Back

50 Years Ago - August 13, 1964 • Mr. and Mrs. Leland Huot had a Sunday dinner with guests at their railroad car home at Lyle. Huot is in Lyle with his S. P. & S. Railway crane for the job of...


Ault receives scholarship

Heather Ault, from Goldendale, has been awarded a Transfer Academic Honors scholarship of $3,500 for the 2014-15 academic year at Eastern Washington University. This scholarship is awarded to an... Full story


What's best for hydration? Try the real elixir of life: water

This time of year, when temperatures are scorching and I look out at the brown hills of the Gorge, I’m reminded of one essential element of good health: Water. Drinking more water is incredibly...


Need a ride to run

To the Editor: My name is Regina. My mother died in 1988 of breast cancer. She was only 40 years young. I would like to do the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure run in Portland on Sep. 21 in honor of...


Where are the cats?

To the Editor: The company called Catlink has gone out of business. My friend has a cat under their care. We have tried to call them, and the number is no longer vaild. They have his cat and who...


No room at the inn for family and Jeep

It was 59 below on the Alcan Highway, and they had no choice but to drive on. Our three tots—Ricky, Linda, and Annette—were smothered in snowsuits in the backseat of our green 1957 Jeep station...


Mt. Adams, a witness to local weddings

Love must be in the air! There has been a whole lot of knot-tying; I-do saying, whatever you like to call it, going on at various venues around Glenwood this summer. The common theme with each...


Birthday and anniversary; party time in Lyle

The Lions Club saw a busy weekend with parties honoring long time residents of the area with first an anniversary and then a birthday. Saturday...


2014 boasts bumper crop of huckleberries

The illusion that Trout Lake is removed and protected from the real world has been shattered by the recent and perhaps ongoing crime wave here in town. Starting about three weeks ago there has been a...


Orchard tour offered by Gorge Grown

Hood River Watershed Group and Gorge Grown Food Network invite community members to join OSU Extension Horticulturist Steve Castagnoli for a half-day tour of local fruit growing operations on Aug.... Full story


UFO cover-up presented at Discovery Center

Columbia Gorge Discovery Center presents a dinner and film screening of “Sirius: Disclosure,” Friday, Sept. 12. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. and the film starts at 7 p.m. at the Discovery Center, 5000...


East District Court

July 15 •Joshua James West: Assault 4 (7/3/10), Make False Statement to Pub. Servant (7/3/10); Count one dismissed per city motion, guilty plea to count two, 90 days/88 susp., fines/fees $985.50,...


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