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Articles from the March 5, 2014 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 5, 2014

City approves interlocal agreement with hospital district

The City of Goldendale Monday night voted to enter into an interlocal agreement with the new Klickitat County Emergency Medical Services (EMS)...

 

It's that time of year again

The second Sunday of March marks the start of Daylight Savings Time, so be sure to change your clocks this weekend....

 

Fire breaks out in Goldendale garage

A fire broke out Wednesday, March 5, at about 2:45 p.m. in the garage of Phil Day on NW 2nd Street in Goldendale. Dy lost about $30,000 worth of...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 5, 2014

Eyman tells Goldendale crowd he'll 'extort' a vote on constitutional amendment from state

Still buried deep within the bowels of the Washington Secretary of State web site is a seemingly incongruous document: it's a satiric resolution...

 

Owner of mystery photo sought

A photograph of a man standing with a young child has been found, and the finder believes it's important to someone. "I was working in my shop, Gail's...

 

Code enforcement varies widely from city to county

When it comes to code enforcement, location means everything. A push to put a shine on Goldendale’s curb appeal has been a driving factor in...

 

Jaime Herrera Beutler announces Congressional Art Competition

Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler announced that her 2014 Congressional Art Competition is officially open to high school students across Southwest Washington. The Congressional Art Competition is...

 

Area 4-Hers in Olympia for conference on government

Nine Klickitat County 4-Hers attended the Know Your Government Conference (KYG) which was held in Olympia, Feb. 15 - 18. The Conference is a four day...

 

Honor roll achievement announced for second quarter at GMS

Goldendale Middle School announced their second quarter Honor Roll. Students must have a 3.00 GPA or higher with at least four graded classes and no letter grade below a C- to be eligible for honor...

 

Turkey dinner to support upcoming optometric mission to Honduras

On Saturday, March 15, a turkey dinner/floor show will be held at the Goldendale Middle School.  A turkey dinner with all the trimmings will be served at 6 p.m.  Immediately following the meal, “H...

 

Zella Knowles

Zella Matilda Derry (Hamllik Knowles) On a bright spring day, of May 10, 1947, Zella Matilda Derry was born to Robert and Irene Derry, in Gettysburg, S.D. Zella was the second of six siblings. Zella...

 

King's page

Stephen Sharp, 15 year-old, son of Norm and Debbie Sharp, was a page in Olympia from Feb.10 -14, serving Senator Curtis King from the 14th...

 

Fundraiser for Centerville field trip

On Thursday, March 13, Centerville School will hold a BINGO and dessert fundraiser. Doors open at 6 p.m. for dessert and BINGO card purchase. Games begin at 6:30 p.m. Fantastic prizes have been...

 

Albin TRE certified

Vicky Albin, of Goldendale, has recently completed Level I certification as a TRE (Tension and Trauma Release) Practitioner.  TRE as it is commonly known was developed by Dr. David Berceli who observ...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – March 5, 1964 • Joe Crowe, 65, of Goldendale, former Klickitat County Commissioner, escaped with his life intact and with no reportable injury last Sunday afternoon, when his 1945...

 

Hope awaits even in times of great affliction and turmoil

As a child of God, we have hope. Not a shaky hope, but a sure Hope. Not a worried hope, but a confident Hope. Not a “I hope so,” but “I know so.” Hope defined: a favorable and confident...

 
 By Neil Wiidanen    Opinion    March 5, 2014

What coal dust?

To the Editor: In regard to the letter written in The Sentinel on Feb. 26 by the man from Odell, Ore., about the oil and coal trains going down along the Columbia River and the potential danger they...

 

School board seeks new Sup

The Glenwood School District is searching for a new superintendent/ principal. The Glenwood School Board began the search by hiring Northwest Leadership Associates to assist them in this most importan...

 

Field trip fundraiser reset for March 7

Aye, ye pirates….grab yer eye patch and join yer mates aboard ship at the 8th Annual Pirate Carnival in the Klickitat School Gym. Sails will be hoisted on Sunday March 16, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. The...

 

Plans begin for Trout Lake's annual fair

Although it's still winter, Trout Lake residents are getting ready for the 49th annual Trout Lake Fair. The event is set for Aug. 1-3, in Trout Lake....

 

Crowell named KVH Hero of the Month

Congratulations to Margaret Crowell, MSW from the Home Health and Hospice Department, who was selected as KVH Hero of the Month. Crowell has worked...

 

Incident sparks concern over possible child abduction

An afterschool incident in Goldendale spawned a quick response around town and even as far away as Centerville and Klickitat, as reports went out of an attempted abduction. The incident occurred last...

 

Olympia news round-up: this week in the Legislature

Cities scrapping for share of marijuana revenues Christopher Lopaze, WNPA News Bureau A new economic forecast predicts recreational-marijuana businesses will bring millions to the state, and the...

 

East District Court

January 21 •Kristopher Robert Marshall: DWLS 3 (2/5/10), Op. Veh. Without Ignition Interlock (2/5/10); Guilty plea to count one, 90 days/81 susp., fines/fees $1,027.50, count two dismissed....

 

Twohy 2nd team All League

Kirsten Twohy was selected to the SCAC West All League team for basketball, the only Timberwolf selection for girls and boys. Twohy, a junior post pla...

 

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