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Articles from the September 12, 2012 edition

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Fires all around

Fires have been plentiful in the state recently, including two in or near Klickitat County. Left, flames are visible in the Highway 141 Complex Fire...

 

First day

Students disembark at the Goldendale Primary School last Wednesday for the first day of the new school year....

 

Chamber of Commerce says it doesn’t want city tourism funds for events

The Greater Goldendale Chamber of Commerce will not ask for funds from the City of Goldendale to put on events in 2013. The Chamber’s decision was...

 

Haven seeks to be safe place for young adults

The Haven is coming. Haven Coffee, as Peggy Woodard sees it, will be the perfect place for young adults to congregate. The owner of Adonai’s Christian Bookstore is seeking to launch the facility...

 

Festival of Wheels returns

The eighth annual Festival of Wheels car show takes place this Saturday on Main Street in Goldendale. The event is presented by Goldendale Motorsports Association and is anticipated to bring in many o...

 

Setting the pace

The Columbia High School band was in good form, in sound and formation as they gave life to the Huckleberry Festival parade in the march through...

 

Multitude of activities this weekend

Besides the Festival of Wheels (see page 1), there are several events all happening this weekend. With careful planning, those interested could get to most of them: Rock Crawl – Open Playday at...

 

Wilson employees halt fire on SR 14 near Maryhill

On Tuesday, Aug 28, a semi truck on Washington SR 14, had a malfunction near the rear tires, igniting a fire next to the road. In dry grass and sage...

 

Goldendale FFA chapter receives national ranking

The National FFA Organization recently selected, from a pool of 660 candidates nationwide, the Goldendale FFA chapter of Goldendale, WA, as a three-star winner in the national Chapter Award program....

 

Looking Back

25 Years Ago – September 3, 1987 • A dramatic increase in water related accidents underscore efforts by the Klickitat County Sheriff's Office to obtain at least one rescue boat. Sheriff Jim...

 

Response to the city’s ‘RFP’ still being considered

In some respects it doesn’t matter who gets the state hotel/motel lodging tax funds that come to the city of Goldendale and then are used to...

 

Seniors need a lot more juniors in the industry

Today, the senior living industry is not on most young people’s radar as a potential career track or even as a starter or summertime job—but it should be. Senior housing is a $40 billion industry...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    September 12, 2012

Horse beats train, Times raises price to two cents, Napoleon at Kremlin

Sept. 12: 1609—The Hudson River is discovered by—of all people—Henry Hudson. 1953—JFK marries Jacqueline Bouvier. On his ninth anniversary, he states the U.S. will have a man on the moon...

 

Watch for the real Lyle cougar

A little late news came in about a cougar spotted in Lyle on the property of Michael Saunders at 114 Klickitat St. Besides his apple trees he has a coop of doves that he feels might have been the...

 

Klickitat School names new officers for 2012-13

Klickitat School has announced its student leaders for the 2012-2013 school year. The high school ASB officers are: President Cassie Clack, Vice-president Lara Parsons, Secretary KeAndra Kessinger,...

 

Wheels and runners - Festival of Wheels, Golden Man Triathlon will liven up Goldendale this weekend

It’s been a long week for residents of the west end of Klickitat County, near Husum and White Salmon, with the Highway 141 fire that broke out last Wednesday afternoon. Some had to actually...

 

Fasten your seatbelts

please Fasten your seatbelts: This youngster tries out his wings in the parade at Bingen’s annual Huckleberry Festival last Satu...

 

Plan a girls night out, with Gorge chorus group

Women who love to sing should check out the local Harmony of the Gorge Chorus. Turn Tuesday nights in September into a Girls’ Night Out, bring friends and daughters and find out (again) how fun and...

 

Milliren children promote Ekone Park event to help with mother’s medical bills

Tanner Milliren is a man on a mission. He and his family have organized a fundraiser for this Sunday in Ekone Park to help raise money for his mother’s medical expenses. The event is from 2 p.m. to...

 

Police sorting out facts after arrest of woman

Goldendale Police arrested Jeana Wilson for attempted first degree assault following an incident at Cottonwood Park on North Columbus in Goldendale. Around 2 p.m. on Sept. 8, police were called to a...

 

Great day for what may be final Soroptimist cycling event

A favorable wind made for a great day of cycling for the Goldendale Soroptimists’ final Golden Valley Bike Pedal. About two dozen riders from as...

 

New Pirate coach a small town girl from New York

If a team can take on the personality of their coach, then expect the Bickleton volleyball team to be full of youthful optimism and a willingness to...

 

Cashmere crushes Wolves 54-7

When you play one of the top ranked teams in the State early in the season, you expect it to be an educational experience. What you hope it won’t...

 

Timberwolves exploring line-up as league play starts this week

The fact that Goldendale volleyball coach Jodi Bellamy is still making decisions about the line-up she will put on the court for league play, speaks o...

 

East District Court

August 28 •Anthony Wysykowski: DWLS 3 (6/3/12); Dismissed/Relicensing program. •Rowdy Lee Gangle: Use of Drug Paraphernalia (4/6/12), Marijuana Poss Less/Equal 40 Grams (4/6/12); Both counts...

 

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