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Articles from the September 7, 2016 edition

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Residents: leave microbrewery plan untapped

Something's a-brewing for Goldendale. After a year and a half of planning, Justin and Jocelyn Leigh have brought their dreams of starting a Belgian... Full story


Dandy Valley plants good ideas

Digging into this story, I was excited to talk to the 'plant manager' about the plot of the business. During the spring, business blossoms quite... Full story


Arnold enters race late

For most candidates, the next few months are considered the "home stretch," yet for write-in candidate Pat Arnold, this is only the beginning. As of... Full story


New music teacher brings big dreams back home to Goldendale schools

It was always in the plans for AmyJo Blomquist to return to the Pacific Northwest, and-with Barb Stout's recent retirement-the Goldendale School... Full story


Leah Huntington

On July 6, Leah "Louie" Huntington (nee DiMestico) passed away in her home after a valiant battle with cancer, far surpassing the four- to six-month... Full story


Howard "Wick" Palmer

Howard “Wick” Palmer passed away on August 21, 2016 at his home at the age of 88 years. A graveside will be held on Oct 8, 2016 at 1:00 P.M. at the Centerville Cemetery in Centerville,... Full story


Marie Pennel

Marie Pennel, age 97, a resident of Goldendale passed away at a local care facility on Saturday Aug. 27, 2016. Spencer, Libby & Powell are in care of arrangements.... Full story

 By Lou Marzeles    News    September 7, 2016

Introducing the program

To learn more about the Transitional Care program, visit Full story

 By Lou Marzeles    News    September 7, 2016

Clean-up act

Crew from the Klickitat County jail were on Highway-142 early Sunday morning cleaning up litter. The program brings up the jail's 'safest' inmates... Full story

 By Lou Marzeles    News    September 7, 2016

Rock star rockin' under the stars

Veteran rockabilly warbler Chris Isaak wowed a packed crowd at Maryhill Winery Saturday.... Full story


County-wide abuse prevention leadership training coming next week

This past week we have lost another two of our life long residents. Racine (Carter) Bertschi passed away after a long battle with cancer along with Dori Johnson who simply left this world. Their loved...


Betty Wilson

Betty June Wilson was born March 24, 1923, the second child of Harry O. Wilson and wife Marie Adams Wilson. She was born at Centerville and spent most of her education years at Bickleton where her... Full story


Strange mystery candidates are out there in the mail

Ballots will be coming in the mail in Washington State, approximately Oct. 20. The political rhetoric has been flying hot and heavy, and of course, the presidential campaign garners most of the...


Need to tip the scales

To the Editor: Washington State is predicted to go strongly Democrat in the presidential elections. We have a very popular Senate candidate in incumbent Patty Murray. Our State Senate is currently Rep...


Time to clean House

To the Editor: Our Congressional Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler wrote on May 12, 2016: “While the health impacts of a Zika outbreak would be staggering, so would be the financial...


She's the one

To the Editor: I am very excited about supporting Pat Arnold as a candidate for Klickitat County Commissioner. Pat has been a strong supporter of all that we know and love about Klickitat Co. She has...


Cascade Singers invite public to "Hummm" along

Members of Cascade Singers recorded the "hum" background for the Hummm exhibit early in the summer, a show currently in its last days at the Morin...


Soroptimists plant sale again this weekend

The next Soroptimists plant sale is this Saturday, Sept. 17, from 9 a.m. to noon in front of Dr. James Ogden’s office at 103 W Main. There will be perennials for your garden and houseplants for...


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