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Articles from the August 21, 2019 edition

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 By Deb Brumley    News    August 21, 2019

Hackbarth retiring after 24 years

Nearly a handful of decades have passed since a 17-year-old, newly single, young mother of a baby girl took a necessary customer service job at...

 By Rodger Nichols    News    August 21, 2019

Deluge forced sewer backups in city

Among the items on the agenda for the Goldendale City Council was a report on the Emergency Medical Services from Tony Gilmore of the EMS board. Gilmo... Full story

 By Lou Marzeles    News    August 21, 2019

Yakama Nation, county present final arguments in court

The legal news website Law360 reported last Monday that the Yakama Nation and Klickitat County completed their final arguments to a federal judge....

 By Sarah Gould    News    August 21, 2019

Goldendale Native youth attend national UNITY conference

From July 4 to July 8, 14 members of the Big River Youth Council (BRYC) from Goldendale and Celilo Village, Oregon, attended the United National...


Herrera Beutler joins in bill to help student loan borrowers

U.S. Representatives Jaime Herrera Beutler (WA-03), Donna Shalala (FL-27), Matt Gaetz (FL-01), Chris Stewart (UT-02), Ben McAdams (UT-04) and Abigail Spanberger (VA-07) introduced the Student Loan... Full story


Eastern Washington group out to unseat all Republicans

A Political Action Committee (PAC) is reviling Republican leadership and declared its intention to create political content to challenge every Republican legislator running for either state or federal... Full story


East District Court

August 8, 2019 • Jonathan Dean Malatare: 1) Criminal trespass 2nd degree, (5/2/19); dismissed, 2) Criminal trespass 1st degree, (5/2/19); Guilty plea, jail 364/274 suspended, fine/fees $1,618, 24 mo... Full story


Joseph Raymond Sheridan

Joseph Raymond Sheridan, 42, passed away on Aug. 17, 2019. A complete obituary will appear soon.... Full story


William Walker

William L. Walker, 69, passed away in Goldendale on Aug. 14, 2019. No formal services will be held.... Full story


Senior Center celebrates 40 years

Virginia Dunham, formerly with the senior services office of Klickitat County, was honored last Thursday for her contributions to the Goldendale... Full story


Looking Back

August 19, 1920 – 99 Years Ago The recent heavy shipment of mail-order catalogs to this vicinity accounts to some extent for the slump in demand for a well-known bathroom necessity, according to a...


Firearms range now open and operating

The Klickitat County Firearms Training Facility (KCFTF), located at 240 U.S. Highway 197, opened June 21, in Dallesport. The facility’s mission statement reads: “The Klickitat County Firearms...

 By Jim Miller    Opinion    August 21, 2019

Understanding how Medicare covers ambulance costs

Dear Savvy Senior, How does Medicare cover ambulance services? About three months ago, I took an ambulance to the hospital emergency room because I rarely drive anymore, and I just received a $1,100 b... Full story


Letters from the Community

Mad love affair Olympia’s persistent love affair with taxes has raised its ugly head again. A state income tax is headed your way soon. Washington State Court of Appeals Judge James Verellen said... Full story


Farewell to Eddie

Sisters, cousins, and friends competed in the county ranch sorting competition last Saturday in Goldendale. Bailey and Riley Rickman (ages 8 and 9), Jocee Hoctor (age 9), and Joslyn Arnold (age 13)...


Join one of these fine organizations

Do you remember the property developer that came to Lyle about a year ago, wanting to build a row of mini-homes or a large trailer park at the far west end of Lyle? The residents came together and voi...


Start Charts now available

One of the Sentinel's most popular regular features is the unique column "Kitchen Strategies," by local writer Michell Priddy. Starting this week,...


Legals for 8/21/19



Big River serves Native youth

The Big River Youth Council serves Native youth along the Columbia River. All Native youth ages 12 through 21 are welcome. BRYC raised money for this trip through Indian taco feeds and selling...


What should State Parks focus on in the future?

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is beginning the process to develop the agency's 2021-31 strategic plan and would like the... Full story


Application open for historic preservation grants

The Valerie Sivinski Fund is an annual program of the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation that provides grants of up to $2,000 to organizations engaged in historic preservation around Washingto... Full story

 By Diane Jessup    News    August 21, 2019

Animal Companion: A closer look at some dog breeds

There is nothing finer than a dog companion that fits into the home like a pair of hand-made Italian shoes. And, there can be nothing more aggravating...


State recruiting for Recreation and Conservation Funding Board

The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office is recruiting for two new members for its Recreation and Conservation Funding Board, which awards grants to improve parks, trails, boating... Full story


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