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Articles from the September 19, 2012 edition

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Police chase ends in multi-car crashes

A perceptive look at a car Sunday morning led to a dramatic police chase after a suspect who, by the time he was captured, wrecked five different...

 

Haugen to speak

Democrat Jon Haugen, candidate for U.S. Congress against incumbent Republican Jaime Herrera Beutler, speaks Thursday, Sept. 20, at 2 p.m. at the Greater Goldendale Chamber of Commerce business...

 

Maryhill Music

Huey Lewis (left) and the News thrilled some 3,000 fans Saturday night at the Maryhill Winery, in the last major concert of the season. The band did...

 

E. Collins work to start soon

As part of the E. Collins Drive Improvement Project, E. Collins Drive will be closed to through traffic, allowing for local access only from S. Roosevelt Avenue to Allison Way. This closure is...

 

Chambers recognized for 20 years of service

Kristin Chambers, an employee at Dr. Lyle Ferch’s Dental office in Goldendale, has been recognized for 20 years of employment. The office presented...

 

‘FDR’ returns to Bonneville

President Franklin D. Roosevelt returned to Bonneville Dam Saturday to recite the historic speech he gave 75 years ago to dedicate the facility on the...

 

Contractor causes 9/11 power outage

A contractor was doing a bore under Columbus Avenue at the Railroad Avenue intersection on Tuesday, Sept 11, when the boring apparatus punctured through a conduit that contains the main underground...

 

US 97 closed overnight for Satus Creek Bridge construction

US 97 will be closed to through traffic from Goldendale to Toppenish starting at 10 p.m. tonight (Sept. 19) through 5 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 20, as the Washington State Department of Transportation and...

 

Cool Ride

More than 120 drivers registered for Goldendale Motorsports Association’s Festival of Wheels event held Saturday. Two full blocks of Main Street...

 

Extreme fire danger keeps private timberlands closed to all public entry

Hancock Forest Management, Stevenson Land Company, Broughton Lumber Company, Kreps Ranch, LLC, Kreps Family, LLC, Longview Timberlands LLC, International Forestry Consultants, Inc, and Western...

 

Community blood drive Thursday

Goldendale Community blood drive will be held Thursday, Sept. 20, at the Community Grace Brethren Church, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Call (509) 439-2011 to schedule an appointment....

 

Meth-free walk/run Saturday

The sixth annual Meth-Free Walk/Run will be held Saturday, Sept. 22. Registration begins at 8 a.m. on the courthouse lawn; race starts at 9 a.m. For more information, contact Jenny at...

 

Local woman spends a week in the Queen City

Lorrie DeKay is a Klickitat County resident who was selected to attend the Democratic National Convention as a delegate. In this story, she recounts...

 

Dick Kennedy

Richard Howard Kennedy passed away in Portland, Oregon September 8, 2012 at the age of 77. He was born in Beach, North Dakota on September 14, 1934 to Bessie (Mitchell) and Richard Lee Kennedy. Dick... Full story

 

Visit Alpacas of Dancing Meadows Farm during National Alpaca Farm Days

On Sept. 29 and 30, alpaca breeders from across the United States and Canada will invite the public to come to their farms or ranches to meet their...

 

Looking Back

25 Years Ago – September 10, 1987 • An apparent communications breakdown between Goldendale, White Salmon, Bingen and the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office is causing a major squabble over who...

 

The city doesn’t want local business

To the Editor: It seems to me the City does not want local businesses. The Chamber of Commerce was one of our first stops in this county. They promote tourism, just by existing. I read the articles...

 

Abortion must be left to the woman

To the Editor: Make no mistake! For those controlling the Republican Party, a Supreme Court that overturns legal abortion is top priority. Their convention platform gives no exception for rape or...

 

3rd Street, more 3rd Street, and a little more 3rd Street

At the last Java Talk community discussion meeting, talk began with the city’s Citizen Review Board. Properties in such dire condition that they receive notice from the city to make improvements...

 

First American newspaper, Lewis and Clark return, ‘Black Sox’

Sept. 19: 1676—The American colonies’ first rebellion occurs when Nathan Bacon and outraged Virginians burn down the colony’s capital, Jamestown. 1690—The first American newspaper, the...

 

Free health education offered in October at Goldendale’s

It was a warm sunny day for last weekend’s GMA Festival of Wheels. It was great seeing a number of different automobiles coming from out of town and making use of our motels, restaurants and some...

 

More than 200 volunteers will carry out community projects in Wishram as part of the worldwide Day of Service

More than 200 volunteers from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Columbia River Gorge will be partnering with volunteers from Wishram to work on several projects as part of the...

 

Learn canning, quilting and other skills at Lyle’s Homesteading Fair

For all the artsy, crafty people; the Columbia Gorge Arts & Culture Alliance supports and promotes a large, diverse, and highly creative arts, culture, and heritage community in the Columbia River...

 

Saddle up for 10th annual Fun Prize Ride, Sept. 30

Elizabeth Jones asked that a thank you be extended to the Glenwood community for support of the 4-Hers at the Klickitat County Fair this summer. Local 4-Hers participated in gaming and penning,...

 

Skyline Foundation seeks new board members

Interested in health and the community? Skyline Foundation is actively seeking two additional board members to join their dedicated team. If you share a keen interest in health and the community, you...

 

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