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Articles from the October 6, 2010 edition

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Candidates contrast positions in meeting

An audience of about 100 people attended candidates’ night in Goldendale Thursday evening. The main sparring was over the assessor and county...

 

KVH looks for new imaging

Local healthcare resources are vital to a community, especially a rural community like Goldendale. Many rural hospitals are challenged to keep pace with the advances of medical technology, and...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 6, 2010

Museum to build new wing

The Maryhill Museum has been just a little too snug for just a little too long. The world-renowned museum has packed in increasingly spacious...

 

Commissioner candidates on key questions

In this second in a two-part series, The Sentinel asks questions of the candidates running for Klickitat County Commissioner and PUD Commissioner....

 

Dog lovers turn out for DOG benefit walk

More than 60 people and about 40 dogs turned out Saturday for the first annual Dogs of the Gorge (DOG) Walk, to support the DOG animal shelter. The walkers made the mile and a half Burlington Loop wit...

 

Geoffrey Todd Holman

May 5, 1972-Sept. 13, 2010 Geoff's lifelong dream of being with Jesus forever was fulfilled when he passed away peacefully from natural causes brought on by his declining health.  Geoff was born in...

 

Georgia Louise Scott

Georgia Louise Scott, 88, of Dallesport, died Sept. 27, 2010 at her home. Georgia was a long time resident of the Camas-Washougal area. She later moved with Henry to Goldendale. She spent the last...

 

Henry Bernard Bruns

Henry Bernard Bruns died Sept. 29, 2010, at his home in Goldendale. He was born in Baltimore, Md., Dec. 19, 1927, to Henry Hess Bruns and Virginia Roche Bruns. He grew up in Jessup, Md., graduating...

 

Letters coming in home-stretch profusion now

We’re in the home stretch in this mid-term election year. One key indicator of that is the letters from the community. Word is out from both...

 

What a special 80th birthday!

To the Editor: My heart is filled to overflowing with gratitude and love to all who, in special and extra special ways, helped make my 80th birthday celebration a joy-filled extravaganza. No matter...

 

‘Report card’ information is incorrect

To the Editor: I would like to correct some incorrect information in Mr. Smith’s letter of Sept. 29, 2010, regarding the so-called “report card” and the annual revaluation cycle the Klickitat...

 

WS mayor backs candidate

To the Editor: As mayor of White Salmon, I don’t like to get involved publicly with politics outside the City of White Salmon. There are times when an individual or an issue rises on which I feel a...

 

Candidate claim is out of her control

To the Editor: At the Sept. 27 Lyle Candidates’ Night, a candidate for County Assessor betrayed serious ignorance of how property assessment and taxation work. According to Darlene Johnson, the job...

 

Hardball campaigning distracts

To the Editor: A year ago the Office of Prosecuting Attorney had four prosecutors who worked and cooperated with each other. The support staff worked together as a team, and the office morale was...

 

Letter was misleading

To the Editor: Political campaigns are crazy enough without added confusion, especially what is put in print. A month ago a letter appeared in The Sentinel that places an unfavorable light on Lori...

 

New High Prairie fire building hosts Open House

High Prairie Fire Department and Community Council invite one and all to their Open House, Sunday Oct. 10, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. This is to celebrate their new building at 701 Struck Road where they...

 

Art show and jazz guitarist at Library Friday

I did something I haven’t done for over 25 years, and that is canning. We had to buy the tomatoes and a few other things, so this batch seems more expensive, but I know it is an investment....

 

Resource stewards host BBQ Saturday

The Class of 2012 is having the annual wood cutting off the Fisher Hill Road this weekend Oct. 8 and 9, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days.  You can get a map at either store in Glenwood or the school....

 

School and wind towers going up, East end buzzing with activity

This end of the county is the busiest I have ever seen it. The road crews are putting in extra hours, there is a new wind tower going in every day, the walls are going up on the new school building,...

 
 By Pat Arnold    Features    October 6, 2010

Come to the Harvest party for a sausage or brat

Well, this won’t be much of a column.  Like everyone else, I suppose, I spent the weekend outside.  I was working ever so happily in the garden and chicken yard. I can just imagine how many other...

 

Truck strikes tunnel sends two to hospital

Two Walla Walla residents were sent to the hospital after colliding with a piece of a trailer that fell from a logging truck that struck a tunnel six miles west of White Salmon on Highway 14, Monday....

 

What the health care bill means for county

Government policy is near the top of the list of things that can be (and usually are) difficult to understand, perhaps surpassed only by health insurance policy in that regard. The recent Health Care...

 

Fake check may mean mail scam hitting area

Melanie Fuller, a resident of Goldendale, received a large amount of money in the mail a few weeks ago. Unfortunately, the check was not real, and...

 

Army Spec. McElroy participates in U. S. Army birthday program

Army Spec. Carrie S.L. McElroy, daughter of a Lyle resident John E. Nickols and Diane D. Tinnin, of Wewoka, Okla., is one of more than 300 Army soldiers who participated in the “Spirit of America...

 

Daniels honored for service as weather observer

The National Weather Service has named Doug Daniels, of Glenwood, a 2010 recipient of the agency’s John Campanius Holm Award for outstanding service in the Cooperative Weather Observer Program. The...

 

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