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Articles from the October 15, 2014 edition

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Where was he?

To the Editor: Rep. Norm Johnson missed 44 votes this last session. That’s more votes missed than any other representative in the 13th, 14th or 15th Legislative Districts. Charles Ross missed two... Full story


It's time

To the Editor: After retiring from Klickitat County PUD with 35 years of service, I know it’s time for someone of Sherry Carver’s caliber to be elected as our PUD Commissioner. Sherry is honest,... Full story

 By Bob Ervin    Opinion    October 15, 2014

Seniors, vote

o the Editor: Seniors and middle class citizens, please get out and vote. Our rights are rapidly disintegrating. Gas was $1.85 a gallon when the Democrats took over. It very slowly is coming down a... Full story


Get upset

To the Editor: I don’t understand why more hunters, gun club members and everyday people aren’t upset by the Initiative I-594. It will affect almost everyone, tie up courts with frivolous cases... Full story


Clear vision

To the Editor: Please join me in voting for Michael “Scott” Brumback for 14th Legislative District Representative, Position 1. I believe Scott truly understands what it means to serve as a... Full story


We weren't singled out

To the Editor: As a taxpayer and former small business owner, I read the Sep. 24 article, “Criminal inquiry of assessor urged” with great interest. If you have not read this article, I strongly... Full story

 By Ray Thayer    Opinion    October 15, 2014

We need experience

To the Editor: As a past Klickitat County Commissioner, I had the opportunity to work with Dan Gunkel on several issues of mutual interest to the county and the PUD. We were able to establish a... Full story


Experienced perspective

To the Editor: As the former Chief Deputy Assessor and Personal Property Auditor of Klickitat County, I have followed with interest the race between Crista Schroeder and Darlene Johnson. I believe my... Full story


Good bodyguard

To the Editor: We have all seen the signs supporting the two candidates for Sheriff. My thought is, if I was hiring a bodyguard for me and my family, which one would I hire? Bob seems more... Full story


Sharp differences

To the Editor: I’d like to share my experience with work done for my family with Darlene Johnson as Assessor and Crista Schroder as Associate Planner to illustrate why I believe there is a need for... Full story


Portland actress performs play in Lyle for Klickitat County Democrats

Helena de Crespo will perform “Shirley Valentine” on Oct. 18 at the Lyle Community Center, on 5th Street and Hwy 14. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the play starts at 7 p.m. The play is a benefit...


State Democrats state their position on three initiatives

The Washington State Democrats announced their endorsements for initiatives on the Nov. 4 ballot. The group says “Yes” on Initiative 594 (approved at the State Central Committee meeting on Sept....


Commission announces changes to State Parks schedule for winter

 The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission last week announced its 2014-2015 winter schedule, with more than 60 parks remaining open...


It's Homecoming week

WEDNESDAY (10/15) DRESS UP DAY THEME: Class Color Wars Competition Freshman- Green Sophomores- Pink Juniors- Turquoise Seniors- Black HOMECOMING...


County aviator working on missing plane

Doug Herlihy, a 10-year Klickitat County resident, is President of Aviation Forensics, LLC. A prolifically experienced aviator, Herlihy is in...


Needs assessment sets health priorities for Klickitat County

In the fall of 2013, Klickitat County participated in a Gorge-wide Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), which is a process of evaluating the health needs and assets of a community. It assists...


A role for communities and parents at Goldendale school

With the new school year at Goldendale, Superintendent Mark Heid shared his vision for the culture of Goldendale schools. In last week’s Sentinel, Heid shared his list of core covenants which serve...


Skamania County declares emergency

Skamania County has declared a state of emergency and appealed for help to the state and federal governments. In a resolution dated Oct. 7, the Skamania County Board of Commissioners said the move...


Deadline extended for public comment on proposed rules for Columbia River fishing

The public will have more time to review proposed changes to fishing rules for the Columbia River Basin under an extended comment period announced today by the Washington Department of Fish and...


40th Tilth Conference coming to Vancouver

The Tilth Producers of Washington will hold their 40th year anniversary conference at the Hilton Hotel in Vancouver, Nov. 7-9. Conference organizers invite people to join as they “re-imagine...


Help in honor of Brenda Reimche-Vu

The family of David and Brenda Reimche-Vu have recently lost their mother after a lengthy battle with cancer. Brenda passed away on October 2, 2014. David and Brenda have served this community as...



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Goldendale families join global effort to send Christmas gifts to 10 million needy children

The Columbus Avenue Baptist Church will host an Operation Christmas Child informational meeting in Goldendale on Oct. 21, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. This event is open to anyone who wants to learn more...


From the best seat in the house Andrew Christiansen

The Lyle-Wishram at Klickitat volleyball match was one of my “must see” matches and it didn’t disappoint. The Oct. 7 match went five games and Lyle-Wishram came out on top for the first time in...


Streak ends, Lyle-Wishram finally beats Klickitat

Fans were treated to the first five-game match of the year in Greater Columbia Gorge League play, last week, as Lyle-Wishram pulled off a 3-2 upset...


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