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Fair Fun

Great weather and first class exhibits and performances helped make this year’s fair and its 70th annual two-day rodeo a hit. For more photos from...

 
 By Jim Fisher    News    August 28, 2013

Willie Nelson packs the house at Maryhill

Country music legend Willie Nelson played to a full amphitheater Saturday night at the Maryhill Winery. The sold-out concert was the second-to-last...

 
 By Dallas Smith    News    August 28, 2013

County offers qualified support for bus tour concept

The latest move in an effort to bring bus tours to Klickitat County and Goldendale occurs Sept. 10, when a meeting of businesses and interested parties takes place in Lyle. The plan is being...

 
 By Jesse Sines    News    August 28, 2013

Eatery seeks to brighten evenings on Main Street

Judy and Dan Wilson, owners of the Golden Coyote Coffee shop, wanted to make a difference in the evenings on Main Street in Goldendale, so they decided to start feeding people. “We want to bring...

 
 By Dallas Smith    News    August 28, 2013

Soup kitchen loses a night, seeks to pick it back up

The United Methodist Church has hosted a Community Soup Kitchen three times a week, on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. But one of the churches involved in the endeavor recently has become unable...

 
 By Jim Fisher    Features    August 28, 2013

World War II rages again on fields near Goldendale

This is part two of Jim Fisher’s story of participating in a World War II reenactment gathering recently near Goldendale. Part one ran in last...

 

Fair winners named

Tom Akins is the winner of the Klickitat County High Point saddle, presented to the top cowboy or cowgirl from the three major county rodeos this summer. Akins received the saddle, sponsored by...

 

New computer services company opens

“I repair computers, administer networks; I also do network penetration testing,” says Jason Gibbs, the new face of computer repair in Goldendale. He moved Gibbs Technical Services into 122 East M...

 

Advice from 100 year-old, "get an education"

Margie Hammargren is an extraordinary woman, her adventures range from sailing on oil rigs with her Papa to being in the CIA. Hammargren is now 100...

 

Bake My Day celebrates one year anniversary

Just one year ago Bake My Day opened its doors, now they are celebrating their one year anniversary. The Greater Goldendale Area Chamber of Commerce s...

 

Jackets awarded

An awards event was held Aug. 11, awarding jackets to the winners of the shooting competition. The competition was held June 1-2 on the property of...

 
 By Jim Link    Opinion    August 28, 2013

Historical Society offers history and a new guided tour

Members, volunteers, and the board at the Klickitat County Historical Society aim for the Presby Museum to be the place that gives our community identity and strength. Museums and libraries preserve a...

 
 By Toni Starr    Opinion    August 28, 2013

Luminaria ceremony can be moving

To the Editor: On Sept. 7 at 10 p.m., the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life will hold a Luminaria Ceremony at the Goldendale High School Track. The community is invited to attend this...

 
 By Mark Heid    Opinion    August 28, 2013

Changes in District keep focus on students

The 2013-2014 school year is rapidly approaching, and it seems impossible that I am beginning my seventh year as your superintendent! We have had a very busy summer, and there will be new faces at...

 

New school year begins next week, 15 minutes earlier

A reminder for parents and anyone wondering why the buses are arriving at the bus stops 15 minutes earlier; Sept. 4 is the first day of school and the Goldendale School District has new hours,...

 

Art camp a fun and creative summer alternative

Last week Felicia and Scott Gray ran an Art Camp here in Goldendale, a camp that they hope to make an annual event. The Grays are known in Goldendale...

 

God's grace and chocolate focus of Women's Retreat

Wow…what a showing the Glenwood 4-H kids made at this year’s Klickitat County Fair! Angel Murillo raised the Grand Champion Market Steer; while Madi Couch had the Grand Champion Market Hog!...

 

New Impact Automotive to hold open house

The school bell will be ringing this week, beckoning children back to classes. Please be a little more careful driving to insure their safety. If you were not able to enroll new students on Aug 22,...

 

County Fair sets the goal for 4-H and FFA projects

Every year 4-H members and Future Farmers of America (FFA) members alike work on agricultural projects to showcase at the Klickitat County Fair. And this year is no exception. Tiana Watson, showed...

 

Twohy era returns to Goldendale

Optimism at the start of a sports season is standard fare. After all, it might be hard to get players to give their all if the attitude is dismal on...

 

High expectations for volleyball in Klickitat

Klickitat took a big hit with graduation, losing five of their volleyball starters, including two of the league’s premier players and All Opponents...

 

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