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Articles from the September 28, 2016 edition

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Double-homicide shooter dies, motive remains a mystery

Robert Bianchi, Chief Civil Deputy for the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office, was filling his car at a gas station when he got the call of shots... Full story

 

4-H program quilts to raise funds

The weekend of October 7-9, the Klickitat County 4-H Leaders' Council is encouraging quilters from near and afar to bring their sewing machines and... Full story

 

Black Tie & Blue Jeans brings in greenbacks

In its seventh year, Black Tie & Blue Jeans, Goldendale's closest thing to a formal gala, brought in close to $30,000 for the Klickitat Valley Health... Full story

 

Goldendale Transfer Station to get total make-over

The recycling center in Goldendale is being rebuilt to provide state-of-the-art safety and operational features. "We've wanted to do this for some tim...

 

Home with Heroes kicks off activities for veterans

The main goal of Home with Heroes (HWH)—a non-profit organization dedicated to giving back to veterans—is to give veterans some fresh and positive... Full story

 

Goldendale's 'best kept secret' is cutting edge

Located on W. Allyn Street in Goldendale, between The Townhouse Café and Klickitat Valley Realty, is J'Adore Spa, Beauty & Personal Care. It is... Full story

 

Melody Sue Woodruff

Melody Sue Woodruff was born Jan. 27, 1960, in Goldendale. She passed away at her sister's home in The Dalles on Monday, Sept. 19, 2016, at 9 p.m. Mel... Full story

 

Marie Spencer Ritter

Born in Grainton, Nebraska, to Waite and Troy Spencer as the second of seven children, she grew up in Nebraska, Kansas and New Mexico, until the family settled in the Goldendale area in 1936 In 1940... Full story

 

Bette Ann Rowe

Bette Ann Rowe, 68, passed away the morning of Monday, Sept. 19, 2016, at her home in Zillah, Washington. She was born in Toppenish on Aug. 18, 1948, to Paul and Geraldine Schacht and grew up in... Full story

 

Prosecutor's Log for Superior Court this week

Below is a summary of resolutions from Superior Court criminal docket for the week of Sept. 19, 2016, provided by Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney David R. Quesnel. Superior Court is in session... Full story

 

Local rodeo rising star aims for Junior High Nationals

Kaitlyn Masden, daughter of Lacey and Colby Masden, has been very successful this year in Washington State Junior High School Rodeo events. Kaitlyn, an eighth grader in the Glenwood Middle School, is... Full story

 

Lion's First Saturday breakfast good start to month

Yet another month has slipped by, and here we soon face October. Autumn is my favorite season, with all the leaves changing into the vibrant colors and the contrast of the greens mixed with yellows... Full story

 

Bringing K-12 medical programs to towns like Goldendale

Since arriving at Washington State University less than a year ago as the inaugural dean of WSU’s Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, I’ve been largely focused on preparing for a site visit from... Full story

 

Time to honor them

To the Editor: For all who serve—It is again time to honor and thank those who have contributed to our nation through their service in the military. The Klickitat County Republican Party will be... Full story

 

Make some sense this November

To the Editor: I would like to encourage everyone to vote Republican in November. Vote the Trump/Pence ticket for president and help save our country. We cannot survive another four years of Hillary... Full story

 

She'll get it done

To the Editor: I am writing in support of Pat Arnold for Klickitat County Commissioner. Pat is a resident of Trout Lake where, in addition to being active in the local government, she owns and... Full story

 

Check facts for yourself

To the Editor: Last week’s letter-writer on the subject of the presidential election clearly understands that when falsehoods are repeated often, enough folks start to believe them. To reply to... Full story

 

Wolves sweep La Salle, Win Burbank Tourney

The Goldendale High School spikers had little trouble with the La Salle Lightning Thursday night, but head coach Jodi Bellamy believes the... Full story

 

Some bright spots for Wolves in loss to Zillah

Less than two minutes into its South Central Athletic Conference West matchup against the Zillah Leopards on Friday night, the Goldendale High School... Full story

 

Kittitas edges Cougs

Kittitas edges Cougs The Lyle-Wishram gridders scored first on Friday in Lyle, but a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns lifted Kittitas-Thorp past the... Full story

 

Timberwolves win six straight sets to capture 10 team Burbank Tourney

Jodi Bellamy knew how big of an impact just the slightest improvement in her team's serving could make, and on Saturday at the Columbia Burbank Tourna... Full story

 

Goldendale XC boys take fourth

The Goldendale High School boys cross country team showed it’s a force to be reckoned with in the South Central Athletic Conference this season as it cruised to a fourth place finish at... Full story

 

Tournament Titlists

The Cougars didn't drop a match in pool play, knocked off Klickitat-Glenwood and held on for a 2-1 win over host White Swan in the championship game.... Full story

 

A grape stomping good time to make some new wine

Among many other places around the Gorge, Maryhill Winery is keying up to celebrate harvest with two weekends of family-friendly fun on October 1-2... Full story

 

Dorothy Naught

Dorothy June Kreutzkamp was born May 16, 1928 to Fred (Fritz) and Lottie (Swartz) Kreutzkamp in Hoquiam Washington, the third of six daughters. She died September 18, 2016 surrounded by family at her... Full story

 

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