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Police find stolen goods and strange plot twists in local robbery

Burglarizing a home of guns and cash is the kind of story that gains notice. The only thing bigger is the quick action of local police who wrap up the...

 

'Obamacare' to begin enrollment, could help KVH

At the very least, Obamacare is a term that easily provokes controversy. Open enrollment in the provisions of the Affordable Care Act (the official name for Obamacare) begins Oct. 1, But also at the...

 
 By Jim Fisher    News    September 25, 2013

Military Road tour features lots of history and stories

The Klickitat County Historical Society (KCHS) drew back the curtains from a window into the past this last Saturday with its second Military Road Tou...

 

Burn ban lifted

Rural 7 announced Monday that the burn ban will be lifted on Sept. 30 at midnight. Burn permits are still required. Burn permits are available at Rural 7 at 327 W. Brooks Street in Goldendale. In...

 

Bra decorating contest and benefit dinner return

The Klickitat Valley Health Memorial Foundation and the Soroptimist International of Goldendale will again be hosting a bra decorating contest this year, with entries due on Sept. 26 at 4 p.m. The...

 

Restaurant closes

The Town House restaurant in Goldendale announced Monday that last Sunday was its final day in business. “The restaurant has been open for about a year and a half in Goldendale,” owner Jeff Teal...

 

County businesses hearing about bus tours

Businesses in Klickitat County are getting the pitch for tourist bus tours to come to the area. Greater Goldendale Chamber of Commerce executive...

 

GHS students Gear Up for their future

Two Goldendale students attended the UW Early Engineering Institute this summer to work with faculty and staff there developing math and algebra...

 

Robert Hassing Sr.

On Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013, Robert Gary Hassing, Sr. passed away as a result of an automobile accident near Wishram, Washington. He was 63 years...

 

Margarita Mata

Margarita Concepcion Solis Mata died Sept. 23, 2013. Funeral will be held Friday, Sept. 27, at 1 p.m. at St Aloysius Catholic Church, 213 N. Beech Street, in Toppenish. A complete obituary will...

 

Speed Racers

Aidan Minne (age 4) and Alias Butterfly (age 3) were the top finishers on the Hot Wheels track competition at this weekend’s Festival of Wheels....

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – September 26, 1963 • Selection of Goldendale as the site of a new quarter million dollar tread rubber manufacturing plant was finally confirmed Wednesday by announcement made by O....

 

A study of worlds lightyears apart unfolds in Goldendale

They are smart, fast, breathtakingly daring in their approaches, these mastermind criminals of Goldendale. Hold on. The strain of keeping a straight...

 

Stout and successor both deserve credit

To the Editor: I know I speak for many in welcoming Troy Carpenter as the new director at the Goldendale Observatory. From Jim Fisher’s excellent profile in The Sentinel, Sept. 11, I feel sure he...

 

Police do great work, need much more support

To the Editor: Grace and I want to publicly express our gratitude to the Goldendale police for the immediate response to our home burglary. We reported the crime on Sunday at 5 p.m. after we returned...

 

We need higher wages

To the Editor: In response to last week’s guest commentary by Don C. Brunell, I would like to present the following facts. If the minimum wage of 1976 was adjusted for inflation and some production...

 

Cooler weather affects weekend events

Another interesting and fun-filled hour was had at Java Talk last Friday morning at Golden Coyote Coffee. Mayor Baze mentioned at Java Talk that the city is looking into doing some signboard murals...

 

Crowds flock to Homesteaders Fair

If you missed the Homesteader’s Fair you missed out on one of the most active and fun events of the year. There was a huge turnout of more than 30 vendor booths filling the park and even more...

 

Have breakfast at Pioneer Memorial Church youth fundraiser Saturday

The Glenwood Rodeo Association invites you to participate in the 11th annual Fun Prize Ride on Sunday, Sept. 29. This is always such a nice ride as you follow trails surrounded by autumn’s beautiful...

 

Wagon Ho! Historical Society's Military Road tour travels through the past

What a great trip we had on Saturday, Sept. 21! We loaded onto a bus in front of the Presby Mansion and headed west.  First we were given the rules for riding a school bus, then we went on to...

 

East District Court

August 6 •Julie Ann Scherf: Disorderly Conduct (4/25/12), Obstruct Law Enforcement Officer (4/25/12); Guilty plea to count one, 90 days/85 susp., fines/fees $872, 12 months bench probation, count...

 

Timberwolves win league opener 26-14 at Highland

Goldendale’s football team got off the schneid, as they say, winning their first game of the year, also their conference opener, 26-14 over...

 

Lady Wolves breeze through league matches without a loss

Goldendale opened league play with a pair of crushing wins over Cle Elum-Roslyn and Highland on the home volleyball court, showing off their...

 

Bickleton off to 2-0 start after 3-0 win over Trout Lake

There is nothing like winning to give a team confidence. After winning their final match at the Sundome Festival, last week, Bickleton pounced on...

 

Roberts, Gannon lead Bickleton to a top 10 team finish in huge meet at Apple Ridge

Troy Roberts and Andrew Gannon led Bickleton runners to an eighth place team finish against a tough field at Apple Ridge, on Saturday. The Pirates...

 

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