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County Commissioner candidates address Sentinel questions

The Sentinel posed four questions to each of the candidates running for Klickitat County commissioner. The questions were: 1. Do you believe the...

 

Haugen says bring troops home

Jon Haugen, candidate for the 3rd Congressional District seat presently held by Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, says when he was in the military, they nev...

 

Town Hall meeting reports on progress

In its third Town Hall meeting of the year, the Greater Goldendale Chamber of Commerce brought together representatives of county and city...

 

Cascade Creek Fire now 40 percent contained

Firefighters Monday constructed two miles of contingency fire line at the southwest end of Stagman Canyon to prevent the fire that has been burning...

 

Quick arrests made in case of stolen pick-up

A sharp eye by a local man led to quick resolution of a stolen vehicle complaint and had the bonus of wrapping up several other crimes. On Sept. 18 at 8 a.m., Goldendale Police were called to Three...

 

This week's most wanted

Goldendale Police are looking for Joshua James Henry. Henry, 35, is wanted for telephone harassment. Henry is 6-feet tall with green eyes and red...

 

Crystal McCulloch

Crystal Kay “Hill” McCulloch, 40, of Loyal Hannah, Pa., died Sept. 21, 2012. She was born Feb. 17, 1972. Crystal graduated from Goldendale High School in 1992. Survivors include her husband,... Full story

 

People helping People offers auto services to single moms

“Single Moms Oil Change” took place Sunday, Sept. 16, and was a resounding success. Seventeen single moms had their car’s oil changed, new oil...

 

Looking Back

25 Years Ago – September 17, 1987 • The Klickitat County Building Department issued a total of 33 building permits in the month of August for a total to date of 225, according to information...

 

Ogden to present slide show at library

Dr. James Ogden and members of his optometric mission team will present a photo slideshow of their optometric mission trip to Cambodia and Vietnam on...

 

A community center? Just wait a few minutes now

A 21,000-square-foot community center in Goldendale? First reaction: cool. The myth that there’s nothing to do in Goldendale is dying quickly and...

 

Is same-sex marriage a civil right?

Those trying to redefine marriage say it’s a civil rights issue. Lots of people agree. And once someone believes it’s a civil rights issue, it’s hard to oppose. After all, who opposes civil righ...

 

Where are the trash cans?

To the Editor: After enjoying my run at the high school track, I noticed a lot of bottles, mostly Mountain Dew. There was some trash, too, from popcorn and hotdogs. But what bothers me is the trash...

 

They had help

To the Editor: When Rep. Jamie Herrera Beutler speaks to groups, she asks if our grandparents and parents provided a better quality of life for the following generation. The crowd always answers yes....

 

Towers’ collapse might have been controlled

To the Editor: Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, recently in Hood River for an excellent presentation during the week of events commemorating 9/11, conclude that the Twin Towers and Building 7...

 

Give the baby a chance

To the Editor: Roz Luther’s letter regarding a women’s right to choose was very upsetting to me and one that I cannot pass commenting on. As an adoptee, I am forever grateful that my birth mother...

 

Lyle athletic boosters offer prime rib dinner

It’s getting to be that time again. Articles, event notices, etc are being compiled for the next issue of Lyle’s quarterly newsletter, To The Point which is due out Oct 1, and is distributed to...

 

Fun ride cancelled due to fire danger; blood drive at school Oct. 4

Lois Dechand and family would like to thank everyone for making Harry’s 80th birthday party last Saturday such a nice event! Many family members and friends gathered at the Hood River Alliance...

 

Election day is getting closer, registration deadline Oct. 8

There was a lot of useful information given to the crowd at last week’s Towne Hall meeting that was sponsored by the Greater Goldendale Area Chamber of Commerce. Klickitat County Commissioner, Dave...

 

Brown completes basic training

Air Force Airman Montana C. Brown graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training...

 

Pig Bowl to benefit Goldendale woman’s fight against cancer

Every year, someone in the area who is struggling with the burden of heavy medical bills gets a helping hand from a community tradition known as the Pig Bowl, and Karen Warren, of Goldendale has been...

 

Some wild horse

Dan McCarty, of Goldendale, leads a “wild” horse to a gate. McCarty was southbound about 10 miles south of Toppenish when he saw the horse eating...

 

Homesteading skills taught at fair in Lyle

Lyle is the place to be this Saturday for the first Northwest Homesteading Fair. The fair will be held at the Lyle Activity Center and park on the north side of SR14 from morning to night. The Fair...

 

Fund raising event coming to the Klickitat Trail

The Lyle Activity Center and Klickitat Youth Center are joining forces on the Klickitat Trail Nov. 3, to benefit the youth of both towns with a 5k run and walk plus half marathon. The event will be...

 

Fires create border to border air quality concern

From Okanogan to Goldendale, air quality presently in Central Washington is “unhealthy” for people of all ages, according to Washington Department of Ecology. In Ellensburg, Yakima and Moses Lake...

 

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