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Articles from the September 3, 2014 edition

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EMS board struggles with growing pains

The newly formed Klickitat County EMS District met last Thursday with an agenda full of contracts and agreements to review and approve. Some of the growing pains of the new board of commissioners...

 

Relay for Life paints the town purple to raise awareness, funds for cancer

Klickitat County is once again fighting back against cancer by sponsoring its second annual Relay For Life at the Goldendale High School track this Sa...

 

Court says cities can prohibit pot shops

Even as the City of Goldendale may be poised to allow the opening of a marijuana shop just off Highway 97, a major court case was concluded last week that reaffirms the right of Washington municipalit...

 

Track Chair recipients send updates, thanks to Goldendale

The two veterans  who came to Goldendale in July to receive honors and special Track Chairs at a community benefit dinner have written back to the...

 

Gov. Inslee stops at Bingen during state-wide tour, hears of Gorge area forest woes related to beetles, drought

Washington Governor Jay Inslee was in Klickitat County last Wednesday listening to a roomful of forestry experts, stakeholders, and politicians at Insitu in Bingen. The topic was forest health in the...

 

Gallery to feature work of fiber artists

The Golden Art Gallery has invited the local fiber community to participate in a textile-theme display from Sept. 2 through Sept. 27. These artisans work in multiple mediums including quilting,...

 

You're Challenged!

Employees of CarQuest Auto Parts and Mt. View Shell were nominated to take the ice bucket challenge; and both groups accepted. So last Wednesday,...

 

Eva France

Eva Arlene Siefring France was born July 31, 1957 in Toppenish, Washington to Mary Louise (Hert) and Robert Kenneth Siefring. She passed away at her h... Full story

 

Jerry Moss

Jerry Larry Moss, 78, passed away at his home in Klickitat, Washington on August 26, 2014. He was born November 5, 1935 in Wapato, Washington to... Full story

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - September 3, 1964 • The Simcoe Manor Nursing Home will be open for acceptance of patients on Sept. 8, and 30 elderly citizens are expected to register. A staff of registered nurses...

 

There's a booming business in fallacious rumor-mongering

There’s an ugly rumor going around town, one that is downright sinister. You’d better sit down before reading further. Here it is: rumor has it...

 

Letters from the Community

Thanks for your August 20 article, “That's a wrap at the Goldendale Observatory,” on our shoot Starry Night at the Goldendale Observatory. It all went smoothly. We appreciate the people of...

 

Letters from the Community

In the 1850s the Know Nothing Party wanted to take back our country from the large number of Irish and German Catholic immigrants. They feared that our country was being overwhelmed by these...

 

Cycle Oregon loses their way and goes to Glenwood via Lyle still welcomed

If you happen to be up around 6 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 7, and happen to see about a hundred bicycles coming through and stopping for a rest at the park in Lyle, then you will be able to say you...

 

Washington Healthplanfinder to provide residents with more health plan options this autumn

The Washington Health Benefit Exchange Board has provided final certification of Qualified Health Plans to be offered through Washington Healthplanfinder during the second open enrollment period. The...

 

Largest entry ever at Bickleton Car Show

There were 148 cars at the Annual Bickleton Car Show, last Saturday. It was the biggest show ever for Bickleton and it drew a lot of people to town to check out the cars and visit the Carousel...

 

Women of Grace gathering Sept. 15

Women of Grace, the all-women’s community gathering, will be hosted at the Community Grace Brethren Church, Monday, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m.. The speaker will be Sue Rankin. Throughout the year the Women...

 

Harvest moon walk at Discovery Center

Take time to appreciate the Harvest moon on Monday, Sept. 8, 6:30 p.m. when the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Museum offers a free interpretive walk down the scenic Riverfront Trail. Meet...

 

East District Court

August 12 Roberto Eugenio Lopez: Comm. License Required (7/8/14) Guilty plea, jail 364/363 susp., fine/fees $1207; 24 mos. probation. Petrisha Frank: DWSL3/DUI (7/5/14; Count 1-dismissed per...

 

WDFW seeks public participation in planning for Klickitat Wildlife Area

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will hold a public workshop Sept. 16 to discuss the development of a new management plan for...

 

Cougar football is back

After a two year hiatus, high school football is back at Lyle-Wishram. The Cougars will be on the field in Dufur, this Saturday at 10 a.m., playing...

 

Signs of fall: Hunters take field, salmon move up the Columbia River

The sun is setting earlier and the leaves are beginning to turn color - signs of another change of season. Fall is in the air, and hunters are heading out for the first major hunting seasons of the...

 

City to hold special marijuana meeting

The City of Goldendale has scheduled a special meeting to discuss the topic of whether or not a retail marijuana shop should be allowed to open in Goldendale. The meeting, hastily arranged Wednesday...

 

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