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Articles from the September 29, 2010 edition

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Collision at intersection sends Wapato woman to hospital

A Sunday morning accident at the upper, west junction of Highway 97 and Highway 14, sent one person to the hospital. Around 8:12 a.m., Patricia A. McGarity, 53, of Wapato, was heading west on Highway...

 

Highway Blocked

Highway 97 was blocked on Monday for the removal of a truck and trailer that had overturned, six miles north of Goldendale. An unidentified driver of...

 

Pollution hearing this week in The Dalles

The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is holding a series of public hearings to gather public input on plans to clean up or shut down the Portland General Electric’s (PGE) coal-fired...

 

Julia Iva Lee Miller

Julia Iva Lee Miller, 81, of Goldendale, died Sept. 21, 2010. She was born Nov. 22, 1928, in Murphy, N.C., to Fred and Icy (Hartness) Allen. Julia grew up and attended school in North Carolina. She... Full story

 

Students lead prayer at See You at the Pole event

Everyone knows how hard it is to get a teenager out of bed early. Yet on Wednesday, Sept. 22, students across the nation willingly got up early and gathered around their school flagpoles for the...

 

Another opportunity to say so long, Roger

By the time you reach Page 4, you will have read the front page story about Roger Pond’s retirement from community newspaper column writing. Even...

 

Elect Craig Juris

To the Editor: Political campaigns are always interesting. Not much fun, but interesting. So many people vote based on the recent rumor, innuendo or sound bite. None of that helps much when the...

 

Too soon, too close?

To the Editor: As a former New Yorker with a son living close to Ground Zero, I have some feeling for those New Yorkers now objecting to the proposed Muslim Center and Mosque within two blocks of the...

 

Hats off to local quilters

To the Editor: The Klickitat Valley Fire Victim’s Fund recently received a $1,466 donation from the Klickitat County Quilters. This donation is the result of a year’s worth of hard work by this...

 

Changes needed

To the Editor: Having just finished my “tour of duty” as a member of the Klickitat County Board of Equalization, I have had some in-depth exposure to the workings of the Assessor’s office. It...

 

Pine Springs to host pirate party and singer-songwriter show

Dogs of the Gorge has adopted out almost all of the dogs that they took in July from the raid that was done on the dog hoarder in Goldendale. They have 10 dogs left; five Rottweiler’s, two...

 

Family fun! PTO Movie night coming Friday

The Glenwood PTO is sponsoring a movie night at the school on Friday, Oct. 1, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Cost of admission is $3 and includes popcorn and pop! Three different movies will be shown to...

 

Speak up to restart Friday Fun Night

Is there any interest in starting up the Friday Fun Night at the Lyle Activity Center? Let the OLESS group know, and if there is interest, we will need to find chaperones for those evenings. For...

 

Extension announces workshop series for agriculture producers

A partnership of Mid-Columbia Extension offices will sponsor a series of workshops and farm visits for new small acreage owners as well as established agriculture producers considering expanding into...

 

67-year-old man arrested in drug bust

On Sept. 21, the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant during the afternoon hours at 360 Riverview Rd., Wishram. During the search deputies located numerous marijuana plants gr...

 

‘Tour of the Universe’ at Goldendale observatory

Winter hours are in effect at the Goldendale Observatory, now through the end of March 2011. Visiting hours are 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., Fridays through Sundays. For the month of...

 

Two fourth quarter touchdowns save Zillah from Timberwolf upset

The Goldendale-Klickitat Timberwolves accomplished most of their goals Friday night, except for the most important one, they lost to Zillah 21-17. As...

 

TLG and Klickitat stake early lead in Gorge League volleyball

Klickitat and TLG ramped up their preparation for a Tuesday showdown at the top of the Columbia Gorge league with convincing wins in a pair of...

 

Cougar defense cuts down Logger attack for 22-14 win

Courage, speed, power and deception carried the day for Lyle-Wishram in their 22-14, debut win over Pacific League opponent Wishkah Valley, Saturday....

 

Lady Wolves 2-1-1 after second shutout win

Andrea Keffeler upped her season goal tally to six after a week of shutouts and a tie for Goldendale soccer. The Lady Timberwolves started the week at Mabton in a close match that ended in a 3-3 tie...

 

Wilson and Brown top among local runners

Christina Wilson finished 37th among a tough field of runners at the Connell Invitational, Saturday. Wilson, a Bickleton senior finished in 23:01 in the 5,000 meter varsity race. Wilson’s teammate,...

 

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