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Domestic violence...by the numbers

4 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men are victims of intimate partner violence in their lifetime. 4 3 women and 1 man are murdered every day by an intimate partner. 4 4,774,000 women in the U.S. experience...

 

Oktoberfest in Arlington will support the Woolery Project

The Woolery Project, as it is called, began with the dream of an amazing Event Center for the Arlington, Gilliam County area. Envisioned is a regional event center located on the hill overlooking the...

 

Creepy event Thursday at Maryhill Museum of Art

Get ready for Halloween with storyteller Will Hornyak! Last year’s Tales from the Darkside at the Maryhill Museum of Art was so popular, Hornyak was invited back for a program called “Mostly...

 

Centennial of Unknown American Soldier a time for reflection

The Society of the Honor Guard Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (SHGTUS) Centennial Committee announced a National Salute as we approach the 100th Anniversary of the burial of an Unknown American Soldier w...

 

AUTUMN FOG

Windmills rise in the distance over the fog, Saturday morning near Goldendale....

 

From the best seat in the house

Seeing Dillon and Ellie Rising dominate their races on the Goldendale golf course, Thursday reminded me of another brother and sister pair who used...

 

Leopard long ball hands Wolves first loss

A 67-yard touchdown pass and run allowed Zillah to take a 21-14 half-time lead over Goldendale. It turned out to be the game winner as the Leopards...

 

Cougars alone in first place with win in Sunnyside

Serving was a key component in the Lyle-Wishram Cougars 3-2 win over Sunnyside Christian last week. Coach Lori Smith said, “We were able to keep them off balance.” The Lady Cougars do some of thei...

 

Lady Wolves aim to stem slide with three-game home stretch

After getting off to a 3-1 start in league play, Goldendale’s volleyball team finds itself out of the top four places following three straight 3-1...

 

Cougar's travel by air for third win

Gavyn Nelson lit up the skies for 400 yards passing and five touchdowns as Lyle-Wishram defeated Washington School for the Deaf 38-12. All five of Nelson’s touchdown passes came from long range. Das...

 

Rising, Gannon finish one-two at Goldendale course

Dillon Rising ran the 5K in Goldendale as if he owned the course last week and of course it was a home meet for the Timberwolves, but on a different... Full story

 

Deputies make arrests for illegal marijuana grow

The Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant northwest of Goldendale on Sept. 16, resulting in the seizure of 266 illegally grown marijuana plants. During the investigation,...

 

Restaurants file lawsuit against State Liquor and Cannabis Board

Last week, the Washington Restaurant Association (WRA) filed a lawsuit against the State Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) in order to challenge rules adopted by the board that restrict options for...

 

Youth mental health workshop for care givers in Lyle Oct. 20

Encountering someone in an emotional or mental crisis is more likely than encountering someone having a heart attack, say the organizers of Youth Mental Health First Aid Course. The free workshop for...

 
 By Nancy Kusky    News    October 14, 2015

Community Breakfast Fundraiser

Commander J. C. Penney of the Goldendale American Legion handing Goldendale City Fire Chief Noah Halm $817 raised from the Community Breakfast,...

 

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