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Articles from the August 17, 2011 edition

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Fire just off the road

An overheated universal joint on a dump truck started this fire on Scott Wilkins’ ranch at Hoctor and Miller Roads last Wednesday. The truck was dumping into a ditch when the fire started and...

 

Primary results

Here are the final results of yesterday’s primary elections for Goldendale: Mayor: Clint Baze, 52.72 percent (407 votes). Arletta Parton, 35.1 percent (271 votes). Michael Goodwin, 12.18 percent...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    August 17, 2011

Council focuses on G3, filling position, Chamber

Monday night’s Goldendale city council meeting began with an acknowledgement of former council member Joe Abbott’s absence. “For old times...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    August 17, 2011

New manager at Columbia Bank has ag background

Anthony Pereira is the new manager of Columbia State Bank in Goldendale, and he’s fresh from that “big” city across the river. Pereira was...

 
 By Don McManman    News    August 17, 2011

Make your own wands at Farmers’ Market

Now that the weather has warmed—again—you should find more summery vegetables at the Goldendale Farmers Market this Saturday. Also, at 10:30 a.m., there will be a special demonstration by Rody...

 

Reimagine Goldendale for young adults

Reimagine Goldendale is a new group for young adults in Goldendale ages 18 to 30. The group was founded by Rachel Olp and Lila Burgess and gives young adults a forum to share and talk about...

 

Two cited for wrecks on Highway 14

Two accidents occurred on Highway 14 last Thursday, sending two people to the Mid-Columbia Medical Center with injuries. The first accident involved three vehicles about 15 miles east of Bingen....

 

EMTs assist injured motorcyclist

Road construction may have contributed to an accident at the intersection of Broadway and Columbus in Goldendale, last Friday. According to police...

 

Results of speed enforcement patrols and online survey released

Extra law enforcement patrols were out between July 15 and Aug. 7, in search of speeding drivers. During the patrols in Yakima and Klickitat counties, 638 speeding tickets were written in addition to...

 

Woman assaults apartment manager for raising rent

A Goldendale woman was arrested for felony assault after attacking three people, including two Goldendale police officers, last week. Gina Olin, 41, was fortunate to avoid being shot by police after s...

 

Truck tips over at Hwy. 97-SR14 junction

The driver of an overturned Freightliner semi-truck and trailer escaped with bruises on his wrist following an accident at the lower junction of Highway 97 and Highway 14, south of Goldendale....

 

Fun at the ice cream social

The Goldendale Library’s annual Ice Cream Social was last Thursday, and as usual kids brought along their parents and friends to fill up on ice...

 

Herb Callan

Herb (H.W.) Callan of Goldendale, died Aug. 13, 2011, at Oregon Health Sciences University Hospital in Portland, following heart failure. He was 86... Full story

 

Shea Ferrell

Shea Turin Ferrell, 26, died Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup. Shea was born Aug, 11, 1984 in Ellensburg. He graduated... Full story

 

Bill Reed

William Robert Reed, 58, of Centerville, died Aug. 12, 2011, in Goldendale, after a difficult battle with cancer. Bill was born May 9, 1953 in... Full story

 

Beverly Kamp

Beverly JoAnn Kamp, 74, died July 26, 2011, at the Lake District Hospital in Lakeview, Ore. Beverly was born in Klickitat on June 26, 1937, to John and Della Monroe, joining her older sister, Marylou... Full story

 

Larry Roberts

Larry Roberts died on Aug 3, 2011. Larry was born and raised in Salinas, Calif. In 1965, he moved to Ukiah, Calif., where he met and married his wife Jamie. Larry and Jamie moved to Goldendale in... Full story

 

It’s never too crowded in this Chamber

“Everybody talks about the weather,” Mark Twain once wrote, “but nobody does anything about it.” Change “weather” to the “Greater...

 

Happy anniversary to the tax cuts

To the Editor: Have you got your money yet? This is the 10-year anniversary of the Bush tax cuts. I know they are working because the economy is doing well, we have balanced our national budget, and...

 
 By Eric Olsen    Opinion    August 17, 2011

Get the right information

To The Editor: Personally, I’m disgusted with the volume of misinformation that’s being put forward during the debt/budget debates in Washington. Perhaps a little clarification is in order. First...

 

4-H members prepare for Fair

Kelly Link was treated to a lovely bridal shower at Lonnie Dean’s home on Aug. 7. The future Mrs. Travis Miller received many nice gifts for their home. Best wishes are extended to Travis and Kelly...

 

Free movies for the community

The Grange Hall was jumping with the music by the “Mill Creek String Band” during "The Last Blast of Summer" Friday night. Age was no concern to...

 
 By Judy Halone    Humor    August 17, 2011

No belly achin’ allowed back in those days

I’d like to introduce you to Frank and Mary Mikesh, who made one heck of a team. That’s the word from their granddaughter, Darcy Krusinski. Their emigration from Brno, Czechoslovakia, to the Land...

 

Car show and flea market this Saturday

Richard and Naida Webster of Tacoma spent several days visiting at the Mike and Dixie Kelley Ranch at Sundale recently. Naida Joy is Mike's sister Katelynn Clinton just returned from Germany where...

 

Community sale to benefit high school scholarship fund

So, finally some warmer, drier weather more suited to August.  However, on the mountain the conditions are more similar to late June or early July with many trails still covered with snow and lots of...

 

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