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Articles from the March 12, 2014 edition

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Next stop: World Championship of robotics

After competing in six robotics tournaments held throughout the Yakima Valley, Goldendale High School (GHS) has a robotics team bound for Anaheim and...

 
 By Jesse Sines    News    March 12, 2014

Local man marks one century

On March 4, Walter Goik became 100 years young. His birthday party was held at Sodbusters Restaurant in the evening and was attended by friends and...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 12, 2014

Sheriff candidates meet in Q&A

The two announced candidates for Klickitat County Sheriff met Monday night in a question-and-answer session sponsored by Oathkeepers at the...

 

State wants more county residents to join health care

With 1,423 people in Klickitat County now signed up with Washington State’s Heathplanfinder web site, a new push is on to enroll more before the March 31 deadline for health coverage enrollment in q...

 

Olympia news round-up

Legislators grapple with merging medical and recreational marijuana Christopher Lopaze, WNPA News Bureau Washington’s first marijuana retail license was recently issued, but legislators are still...

 
 By Amber Marra    Features    March 12, 2014

Vic-torious: White Salmon native, Wild, scores two Olympic golds for Russia

In the span of four days, White Salmon’s own Vic Wild has achieved a feat he has been dreaming of since he first clipped in to a snowboard 20 years ago. On Feb. 19, Wild, 27, took his first gold...

 

Adult care work of love for Unger

"I've been building things all my life," says Georgia Unger, owner of Georgia's Adult Care Home in Goldendale. Unger was referring to all the building...

 

Senior Citizen Discount

The City of Goldendale will be accepting applications for low income senior citizen water/sewer discounts from Feb. 1, through April 15. If you received this discount during the last year, your...

 

Maryhill Museum of Art opens Saturday, sculptor James Lee Hansen to speak of life work

The Maryhill Museum of Art opens this Saturday, March 15 with a featured presentation by James Lee Hansen, discussing his life and his art. Hansen is one of the Northwest’s most lauded modernist...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – March 12, 1964 • A chance to ride on the last run of a shay logging locomotive powered train will be given to the public on April 4. The St. Regis Paper Company at Klickitat and...

 

Students compete at regional Math-Counts competition

Teams from Goldendale Middle School and Henkle Middle School in White Salmon competed March 1, in the annual Gorge MathCounts competition at...

 

KVH's Deann Blake, newly certified diabetes educator

The National Certification Board for Diabetes Educators (NCBDE) announced that Deann Blake, RN, BSN, employed at Klickitat Valley Health, achieved...

 

Marge Barthlow

Margaret "Marge" Irene Barthlow, 82, passed away in The Dalles, Oregon on March 8, 2014. She was born in Farwell, Texas on November 29, 1931 to Roy Wi... Full story

 

Mert Scheradella

Myrtle Rosetta (Mert) Scheradella peacefully passed away on March 6, 2014 at her home in Goldendale, WA. She was born on April 16, 1944 to Edward and... Full story

 

David Neel

David Andrew Neel, 56, of Zionsville, Ind., passed away peacefully at home March 7, 2014. He is survived by his parents, Robert and Donna, his loving... Full story

 

Kelli Goodpaster Sanders

Kelli Jean Goodpaster Sanders was born in White Salmon, Wash., on July 21, 1959 to Glen M. and Velma M. (Weaver) Goodpaster. She passed away at her home in Goldendale March 4, 2014, at the age of 54.... Full story

 

Get the right information on how to eat healthier foods

If you’ve ever tried to learn about eating healthier, you might realize there is a ton of nutrition information out there. We are swimming in a sea of tips, tricks, and quick fixes, watching fad...

 
 By Troy Clark    Opinion    March 12, 2014

This ship will be righted

To the Editor: History has and always will repeat itself. And the strong, no matter how seemingly benevolent, will always eventually subjugate the weak. Our forefathers sacrificed everything to free...

 

Pirate Carnival Sunday, KPUD to speak at next Lyle Community Council meeting

Many Lyle residents share in the grief of the loss of one of our lifetime residents, Delbert Brashers. No other information is available to me at this time, but was told that notices will be posted...

 

Children's theater group returns to Glenwood

Boy, last weekend was a busy place around Glenwood! Friday evening kicked off with a “meet Jentry” baby shower for Jaecee Hoctor’s baby at Bo Arnold’s home. The Pioneer Memorial Community...

 

Discovery Center seeks to take raptors on the road

The Columbia Gorge Discovery Center's raptor education Birds of Prey program is one of the most popular at the museum. Offered twice daily March to...

 

Gorge Grown hosts Open House

Crocus flowers, morel mushrooms and pea shoots—all signs that spring is near and thus too, a new season of Columbia River Gorge agricultural bounty. One way farmers share their cultivated abundance...

 

Bree on a mission for three

Bree Wanderscheid is an exceptional athlete at Goldendale. She is setting her sights on a rare accomplishment as she tries to three-peat as the State...

 

Little League baseball getting a helping hand from GHS baseball program

Goldendale High School baseball is joining forces with Goldendale Little League to revive the baseball program from bottom to top. According to Rick Kauffman, assistant coach for Goldendale High...

 

Goldendale Golf Course clean up on Saturday

The annual volunteer work day at Goldendale Golf Course will be this Saturday morning, March 15, according to Golf Pro Keith Johnson. The course will be closed until 1 p.m. on Saturday. Anyone who...

 

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