Articles from the March 16, 2011 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 16, 2011

Union petition challenges hospital outsource contract

Despite a contract already in place for ambulance outsourcing by Klickitat Valley Health (KVH), opponents of the move are distributing a petition...

 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 16, 2011

Chinese company looks at plant

If all goes Klickitat County’s way, 150 new jobs could be headed for the Goldendale area in the next year or so, courtesy of Shida Carbon company ba...

 By Rebecca Gourley    News    March 16, 2011

Glenwood School sings songs in Spanish to Dallas, Texas

For the Glenwood School, the past two weeks have been all about reading, more so than usual. On Thursday, March 10, the Spanish class consisting of...


Saturday Market to reopen as Farmers Market

Changes are in store for the Goldendale Saturday Market—beginning with the name. The Saturday Market is about to become the Goldendale Farmer’s...


Goldendale woman arrested for possession of meth

A Goldendale resident wanted on a warrant for an original charge of methamphetamine possession was arrested in Goldendale on March 10 around 9 p.m., adding an additional drug charge to her file....


Federal panel adopts options

Anglers fishing along the Washington coast will see a lower catch quota for chinook salmon this year even though the total number of fish expected to return is higher. Three ocean salmon-fishing...


Frankie Anderson

Frankie Anderson died March 9, 2011, at the Oregon Veterans Home in The Dalles, after suffering complications from a compound leg fracture from a... Full story


Ronald Bennett

Ronald R. Bennett, 79, died March 5, 2011, surrounded by his family. Ron was born in Portland, on Sept. 15, 1931 to Al and Beryl Bennett. Ron and his family moved to White Salmon in the mid-1930s. He... Full story


Vay Godbey

Alvah A. Godbey, known as Vay, died in Goldendale on Feb. 18, 2011, at the age of 92. He was born to Eunice (Smith) and Claude S. Godbey in Mitchell, Neb,. on July 20, 1918. Growing up in Nebraska,... Full story


Grange celebrates 100 years of County history

Goldendale Grange 49 recently celebrated its 100 year anniversary with an open potluck meeting. Conducting the event were Goldendale Master MaryAnne Enyeart and County Deputy Lucille Bevis. About 60...


Don’t let insurance agents fly away in the new health order

Proponents of the new health care law claim to have seen the future of American health care—and they say it’s a lot like air travel. According to some, come January 2014 choosing a health insuranc...

 By Leo Spencer    Opinion    March 16, 2011

Fire victims auction coming

One of the advantages of living in the Goldendale area is that we are able to have a direct connection to other members of our community and can help each other in times of need. The many volunteers...

 By Tim ONeill    Humor    March 16, 2011

St. Patrick, two-ring circus, and Roosevelts

March 16: 1802 – Congress approves establishment of West Point Academy and young soldiers start fading in. 1881 – Barnum and Bailey Circus debuts but only has two rings. 1992 – Ireland...


Firemen’s dinner Saturday at school

Jonathon and Shayne Rickman welcomed their youngest daughter, Bailey Jane, into the world on March 2. Bailey weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces and was 19 inches long at birth. Little Miss Rickman joined her... Full story


Be informed, take school tour Thursday, Mar. 24

The first day of spring is almost here, this Sunday, March 20. I have a feeling there will be a lot of bugs and bee’s this year. It is mud season now, as they call it on the east coast. And even... Full story


Auction to raise funds for music teacher

The Dallesport Elementary School PTO will host a silent auction the evenings of Friday, March 25 and Saturday, March 26. The auction will coincide with the elementary school's play "Dear Edwina."... Full story


Posies, Pearls and Pretties spring tea Saturday at church

Lois Clark Lauchlan turned 91 on March 11. She was born on the Clark Ranch where the landfill is now, in 1920 to George Clark and Viola Long. Her home has been in Swarthmore, Penn, for many years.... Full story


Pool top goes up in Goldendale

The Goldendale Swimming Pool’s dome was put up last weekend for the Spring Session starting April 1. The dome raising began at 8 a.m., on Saturday,...


Call for vendors and volunteers for H&G show

There are openings for exhibitors and vendors for the Haystack Broadcasting Goldendale Home and Garden Show. The event runs from April 15 through April 17 at the Klickitat County Fairgrounds, in...


Pirate Spirit

A large group of kids and adults were into the pirate spirit with elaborate costumes at the fifth annual family fun day, held in the Klickitat school...


Wind energy benefits everyone

Centerville school students became aware of the wind turbines and learned about their effect on their community, by participating in an essay and...


Workshop and seed swap for Gorge area gardeners

Calling all Gorge area gardeners currently practicing or interested in learning about seed saving and seed sharing! Gorge Grown Food Network is hosting their fourth Annual Seed Swap and Workshop at...


Youngsters shine at Ike Jamboree

Part of the thrill of the first track and field meet of the year is getting a look at the freshmen and things were looking pretty good at the Ike...


Hess gets the best of Wolves at River View

River View’s Haley Hess silenced Goldendale bats for a 13-1 win in game one and came on late in game two to open the season with a 2-0 record. It...


Panthers trip up Wolves who settle for split in opener

Normally you expect pitching to be ahead of hitting early in the season. That was not the case last Saturday as the Goldendale-Klickitat Timberwolves...


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