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Articles from the September 2, 2015 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    September 2, 2015

KVGD-LP closer to going on the air

A low-power FM radio station for Goldendale took another significant step forward Aug. 6 when a transmission tower went up on a utility pole at the...

 

SO LONG, AND THANKS FOR ALL THE COFFEE

If you still want to enjoy the homespun camaraderie and coffee at the Golden Coyote Coffee shop in Goldendale, you've got three more days to do it....

 

CLOSER INSPECTION

The eighth annual Alder Creek Pioneer Association and Carousel Museum Car Show will be held in Bickleton this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Like...

 

Meth team morphs into drug awareness support team

The Klickitat County Drug Awareness Team (KCDAT), formerly known as the Meth Action Team, is hosting their ninth annual 5K drug-free walk/run on the Klickitat County court house lawn to spread...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    September 2, 2015

Legislators talk on issues at town hall

Some 75 people filled chairs at the Goldendale Grange last Tuesday, Aug. 25, to hear from District 14 legislators Sen. Curtis King, Rep. Gina McCabe,...

 

USDA says school nutrition can meet challenges in county

In preparation for the 2015 school year, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Undersecretary for Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services Kevin...

 

ART IN THE OPEN

Goldendale artist Felicia Gray, right, conducted a week-long art camp for kids in an open-air tent outside her building on Main Street last week....

 

Ignoring fire and life danger, arsonists strike at least four places in and near Goldendale

One might think that with all the fires burning in the Northwest and locally, there would be a great deal of sensitivity about and care to avoid...

 

Avista seeks rate changes

Washington utility Avista has good news and bad news. The good news is, your natural gas rates could go down. The bad news is, your electric rates could go up. The utility recently filed two annual...

 

Renewable energy exhibit coming to Discovery Center

Columbia Gorge Discovery Center dedicated their Renewable Energy Exhibit with a ribbon cutting ceremony, Friday, Aug. 28. The interpretive exhibit on solar energy includes schematics of solar energy...

 

ONE OF A KIND

The Klickitat County Sheriff's Office is searching for thieves who made off with a large, custom-made grandfather clock from Three Creeks Lodge. The...

 

Richard Lee Robinson

Richard Lee Robinson, 63, of Carson passed peacefully and surrounded by his family on August 16, 2015 after losing his brave battle against cancer.... Full story

 

Caroline Rueter Basse

Carol was born September 29, 1930, in Seattle, Washington, to William and Kathleen (Gorham) Rueter. Carol met Stewart Basse while attending Central Washington University in Ellensburg. They were... Full story

 

Clyde Hites

Clyde David Hites was born in Minnesota on March 31, 1940 to parents Katherine (Farmer) and Fred Hites. He enlisted in the United States Army not once, but twice. After completing his military service... Full story

 

Maryhill Museum presents Sept. events

Maryhill Museum of Art continues their season with the following exhibits and events during the month of September and beyond: Saturday, September 5,...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - September 2, 1965 • The city of Goldendale received state approval this week of its resolution for the work on C (now Collins) Street. The state approved project will be paid for...

 

I'm hittin' the road - what are my best Medicare choices?

Dear Savvy Senior, What are the best Medicare coverage options for retirees who travel a lot? Almost 65 Dear Almost, The best Medicare options for retirees who travel extensively depends on your...

 

A family affair-diamonds, rust, wind and dust

The 30 mile per hour wind gusts of Saturday, Aug. 29 did not deter 190 guests from coming together for an outdoor wedding in Bickleton. Family and... Full story

 

Senior lunch program seeking volunteers

Once again the Senior Lunch program held at the Lions Club every Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. is looking for volunteers that are willing to give any or all portion of that time. If you like to...

 

Liska pen and ink drawing available

Artist Rita Liska, longtime Goldendale resident and Granger graduate, has allowed the Granger Historical Society to offer a limited edition print of...

 

Lunar eclipse to highlight September

The highlight of summer’s last month will come on Sept. 27, when we have a total lunar eclipse. The eclipse will have already begun when the Moon rises, at about 6:55 p.m. Maximum eclipse will be...

 

Most wanted by Goldendale police

Goldendale Police are looking for Adam Bronson. Bronson, 28, is a white male, 6-2, 205 pounds with blue eyes and brown hair. Bronson is wanted on a...

 

SBA low interest disaster loans announced

Small Business Administration offers low interest drought disaster loans in 35 Washington counties to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small aquaculture businesses and non-profit...

 

2015 Klickitat County Fair results

Record Books - TOP OF SHOW` 1st - Micaela Gutierrez, Goldendale, 1st - Hanna Hoffman, Goldendale, 1st - Tori Tallman, Goldendale. JUDGES CHOICE 1st -... Full story

 

East District Court

August 11 • Joshua Allen Stringfellow: DWLS 3 (6/28/14); guilty plea, jail 90/90 susp., fine/fees $145, 12 mos. probation. August 13 • Leonardo Renteria Jr.: Speeding 25 MPH Over Limit (7/2/15);...

 

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