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Articles from the October 3, 2018 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 3, 2018

Centerville School seeks community input

The Centerville School will close in four years, if conditions remain as they are now. The school is bearing the brunt of the McCleary legislation...

 

Vets Day Parade set to go

Goldendale’s annual Veterans Day Parade, only introduced in recent years, is now a major event for the city. This year’s parade will be Sunday, Nov. 11, at 2 p.m. Initially organized by Scott...

 

City couple killed in crash

On Wednesday Sept. 26, at about 10 a.m. Oregon State Police and emergency personnel responded to the report of a commercial motor vehicle crash on...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    News    October 3, 2018

Observatory demolition begins

The long-awaited demolition of the Goldendale Observatory began yesterday after months of uncertainty of whether or not the project to continue renova...

 
 By Laurie Wilhite    News    October 3, 2018

Kids learn outdoor skills

September was full of environmental students at Pathfinder Adventures Outdoor School last month. Students were on the trail looking for wildlife, casting fly rods, pounding artistic impressions on...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    October 3, 2018

Council looks at 2019 budget

With Mayor Mike Canon not present at Monday night’s Goldendale City Council meeting, Councilor Guy Theriault took the helm and sailed the council swiftly through a short agenda with no...

 

National Scenic Area plans prescribed burns through fall, winter

To reduce wildfire hazards and restore historic landscapes, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area will conduct prescribed burning in the eastern Gorge this fall and winter. This year’s...

 

East District Court log

For Oct. 1, 2018: • Estela Zendejas Castro: Move unsafe veh or veh w/def equip, (8/11/18); Amended, committed, fine/fees $187. • Rajinder S. Judge: Move unsafe veh or veh w/def equip, (7/18/18);...

 

Obama Endorses Long

Former President Barack Obama announced his support for Democratic candidate Carolyn Long Monday in his second wave of endorsements for the 2018 midterm elections. “I’m deeply grateful for...

 

Medicare options for 2019 shaping up

Medicare continues to offer seniors and people with disabilities flexibility and choices while providing high quality healthcare services. Whether through Original Medicare (Parts A and B), Medicare...

 

Linda Goolsby

Linda Goolsby, 56, passed away at her home in Lyle with family by her side on Oct. 1, 2018. Arrangements are under the direction of Anderson’s Tribute Center, Celilo Chapel, 204 E. 4th Street, The...

 

Temps colder than normal

According to preliminary data received by NOAA’s National Weather Service in Pendleton Oregon, temperatures at Goldendale averaged colder than normal during the month of September. The average...

 

Experts say vaccinate now for flu

Fall is here, which means school, football and—flu. Flu illness has begun circulating in Washington communities and flu vaccine is now widely available to protect everyone in the family throughout...

 
 By Jim White    News    October 3, 2018

What's in the Sky For October 2018

October, our first full month of fall, with colorful leaves, a nip of frost in the air, and wonderful dark skies when the weather is clear. The bright planets Saturn and Mars are visible if fainter, a...

 

Letters from the Community

GOP candidate quotes Reagan I am writing in support of Sasha Bentley (D) for the Washington State House of Representatives. Really, this is a simple decision. The GOP candidate in this race offers...

 

What do you call a 'victory' that spells disaster?

So let’s see if we’ve got this straight: • The Washington Supreme Court says the state isn’t doing enough to support public education. It...

 

Thanks for a beautiful cemetery

Have you noticed how beautiful our cemetery remains as fall descends upon our valley? Our community is so fortunate to have Pam Keithley as the cemetery caretaker. She works hard to keep things neat...

 

Keep an eye on the notices

I have learned that if you really want to be in the know, then listen to radio and read the newspaper. One area that people do not give enough attention to is the notices in the paper. I would agree...

 

Gorge Grown to go year-round

As promised, I’m adding a little more about fresh produce and because I feel nutrition is a priority for good health, and I want you readers around a long time. The Gorge Grown Food Network’s...

 

WDFW lifts fire restrictions on most lands in eastern Washington

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has lifted fire restrictions on most department-managed lands in eastern Washington, where cooler temperatures and high humidity have reduced...

 

Looking Back

September 14, 1913 – 105 years ago The corner lot, formerly occupied by the bank that recently burned on Main Street, is sought for a building site. The sum of $2500. the highest price ever offered...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    October 3, 2018

Wolves run all over Cle Elum in 48-27 league win

Aside from a turnover-plagued second quarter, the Goldendale Timberwolves had their way with the Warriors on Friday in Cle Elum, crushing the home...

 

Legal Notices 10/03/2018

SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KLICKITAT COUNTY Estate of MONICA JUNE CHAPPLE, Deceased. No. 18-4-036-20 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS RCW 11.40.030 The Personal Representative named below has been...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    October 3, 2018

Wolves run in Ki-Be, Yakima as home meet nears

The Goldendale Timberwolves cross country team hit the midway point of the season and have three meets in three weeks to get to where they need to be...

 

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