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Local runners lead first annual Gorge Cup Invite in Trout Lake

Runners from all corners of the county were in Trout Lake last Wednesday for the initial Gorge Cup Invitational in Trout Lake. Bickleton, Goldendale,... Full story



What weighs a million pounds, is 360 feet long, and is carried on 36 axles? You're looking at it. The Washington State Patrol had to close parts of...


Cougars start 2-0, host Liberty Bell for first home game Saturday at 2 p.m.

The Lyle-Wishram-Klickitat Cougars picked up where they left off on the gridiron, crushing Crescent 60-0 on Saturday in Joyce to remain undefeated at... Full story


Goldendale falls on grid to La Salle, hosts Zillah Friday for another tough matchup

Goldendale head football coach Aaron Cochran knew entering last Friday's road contest with the La Salle Lightning would be a tough matchup for the... Full story


Statewide shooting ban lifted on WDFW lands

With cooler temperatures and higher humidity reducing wildfire danger, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) lifted target shooting restrictions on WDFW lands last Saturday. A similar...


Wolves fall in five sets to Zillah after strong showing at SunDome Shootout

The Goldendale spikers returned to the court on Tuesday to square off with league rival Zillah after a busy finish to last week's slate of games.... Full story


Sheriff race focuses on core issues

Lou Marzeles Editor The two candidates for Klickitat County Sheriff, incumbent Bob Songer and Doug Charters, met at the office of The Sentinel last...


City agrees to hire firm for sewer plan

It was another quick and breezy Goldendale City Council meeting Monday night, with few official actions but several interesting tidbits. On the...


Voter registration drive coming to Goldendale

The Columbia Women’s Action Network is planning voter registration events in the Columbia Gorge in time for the November Primary Election. The goal for the 2018 National Voter registration Day is...


STEM App Challenge deadline approaching

U.S. Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler reminded Southwest Washington high school students Friday that the deadline to participate in the annual Congressional App Challenge is approaching: Oct. 15....


East District Court log

For Sept. 17, 2018 • Adrian Guardarrama-Ochoa: NVOL w/ID, (3/29/18); Fine/fees $250. • Ann Marie Hylton: Speeding 15 MPH over limit, (8/2/18); Fine/fees $156. • Tyrell Eugene Read: 1) Op mot...


WSU Extension offering canner testing

A pressure canner is a very important piece of equipment when it comes to home food preservation. Making sure it is working properly is a precaution...


GiveSmart for Hurricane Florence victims

The 2018 hurricane season has brought a devastating blow to residents of North and South Carolina with the arrival of Hurricane Florence. Washingtonians are already reaching out to help relief...


Herrera Beutler negotiates final funding bills

U.S. Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler, a select member of the joint House and Senate Appropriations Conference Committee, announced Thursday that the committee finalized a three-bill...


Robert Dale Williams

Robert Dale Williams, aged 80, died at home in Moxee, Washington, on Sept. 10 from complications related to kidney cancer. Robert, aka "Bob," was... Full story


Nationwide Wireless Emergency Alert Test Set for Oct. 3

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will conduct a nationwide combined test of the Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) and...


Ellen H. Willis

Ellen H. Willis, 98, passed away at her home in Goldendale on Sept. 11, 2018. She was born in Goldendale on September 6, 1920 to Zona Irene... Full story


Leora June Layman

Leora (Lee) June (Hartvigsen) Layman (better known as Grandma Lee), born on June 27, 1920 in Downey, Idaho, to the late Luetta Brown Hartvigsen and the late Neils Hartvigsen, passed away at age 98 on... Full story


Looking Back

August 30, 1888 School opened on Monday with a larger number of pupils attending than ever before at the opening. Last year there were 97 enrolled and this year 118. A great many people are desirous o...


What true forgiveness looks like and how to practice it

In our daily interactions with others, we have all experienced the hurt caused by people who disappoint us, do us harm, lie to us, or commit some act that causes pain. When these things occur, we...


Letters from the Community

The best choice Thanks to Norm Johnson for his service as House Representative for District 14. He took the job of representing his constituents seriously, responding promptly and personally when I...


More Glenwood rodeo winners

Congratulations to Casey Arnold for winning the Cow Milking at the Pendleton Roundup. That’s a huge win and Casey came home with nice belt buckles, Pendleton blankets, and a nice paycheck. His...


Family education needs utensils

Those who share the loss of Norm White and wish to express their condolences to the family can do so on Saturday, Sept. 29, from 1 to 5 p.m. The services will be held at the Lyle Lions Club. Small...


Library has a great reopening

The renovated Goldendale Community Library had a grand reopening last Saturday, Sept. 15. Just some of the changes I noticed were more comfortable seating on all floors and the easy flow of traffic...


Tony Jackson live at the Granada

Rising country star Tony Jackson appears at the Granada Theater in The Dalles this Saturday, Sept. 22. Jackson fans liken his voice to that of the... Full story


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