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Articles from the March 19, 2014 edition

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Leprechauns on parade

Students from the Learning Ladder Christian Pre-School did their annual leprechaun road show on Main Street in Goldendale Monday morning, with an...

 

Shiver me timbers!

It's the Pirate Carnival: Klickitat School was the place to be Sunday, as residents and guests gathered at the school for the eighth annual Pirate...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 19, 2014

City votes to expand to east side of US 97

In a brief but productive Goldendale city council meeting Monday night, the city moved to stretch the city limits to the east side of US 97, sell surp...

 

Why the flags?

Displays of patriotism, while always welcome, can sometimes be confusing if unexpected and unexplained. American flags went up all around Main Street and Columbus Monday morning­ and came down later...

 

New industrial development taking shape in Dallesport

Economic development just picked up the pace at the Dallesport Airport. Tapani Inc. construction, of Battleground, began moving dirt at the...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 19, 2014

Washington's health exchange site actually works

In the midst of roiling turmoil over Obamacare web site roll-outs on the federal and state levels, there are few relatively successful accounts of...

 

Olympia news round up: Legislature ends session March 13

New law for motorcyclists gets green light Rebecca Gourley, WNPA Olympia News Service No motorist enjoys waiting at a traffic light that won’t turn green. The problem is especially vexing for...

 

Near normal snowpack says NRCS

February saw two to three times normal snowfall, putting Washington State snowpack at near normal levels, according to data from USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service in its third 2014...

 

Correction

In our story last week on the Klickitat County sheriff’s candidates’ question-and-answer session on March 10 at the American Legion, it was reported that Undersheriff Marc Boardman said the range...

 

Yakama Cares grant deadline is approaching

Yakama Nation Legends Casino invites non-profit organizations to submit an application for the seventh annual distribution of the Charitable Contributions fund called Yakama Cares. The funds are to...

 

55 mph down Main St. just the beginning of high speed chase

A wild chase began in the middle of downtown Goldendale, Wednesday last week, when Lt. Reggie Bartkowski attempted to stop a driver to give him a warn...

 

Cole Appreciation

COLE APPRECIATION: Friends of the Goldendale Library presented Teddy Cole (above, left, with Naomi Fisher) with a certificate of appreciation for...

 

Kickoff golf tourney March 22 in Goldendale

All golfers, members and prospective members are invited to breakfast and golf, this Saturday, March 22 at the Goldendale Golf Club. The course is located 1/2 mile north of Goldendale on Pine Forest...

 

New President

Tanner Tallman was named District 4 FFA president for 2014-2015. He and his officer team will represent 30 schools from throughout the...

 

Quilting group having fun while giving back

Any Goldendale residents with a burning desire to learn to quilt? Check out "The "Batty Quilters." The Batty Quilters is a community group started...

 

Grace Brethren church to hold annual missions conference

People around the world are facing floods, drought, disasters, starvation, as well as serious personal issues. On March 28, 29, and 30, Goldendale’s Community Grace Brethren Church will be holding...

 

Stephanie Lesko

Stephanie Renae Counts Lesko passed away March 17, 2014 in Yakima, Wash. Stephanie was born Sept. 20, 1969, in Goldendale, to Cheryl Lou Fentress... Full story

 

David Neel

David Andrew Neel, 56, passed away on March 7, 2014 at his home in Zionsville, IN. Born November 25, 1957 in Snoqualmie, WA, he was the son of Robert... Full story

 
 By Sarah Gould    Opinion    March 19, 2014

The tragic experience of being adored and exploited

Man, have I got a story for you. Enjoy it or not, it must be told. About six days ago, I was an MC at the talent show, and I got to joke and stall in a pleather jacket. I made it fun for everyone but...

 
 By Daris Howard    Opinion    March 19, 2014

The secret to how great couples are made

I went to a college reunion and was excited to see a former roommate there. Beside him was a beautiful lady, and behind them trailed four cute children. I walked over to him and punched him in the...

 

Lyle cleanup day approaching

Klickitat County PUD is the designated speaker for Lyle Community Council’s March 24, meeting at 7 p.m. Do you have questions or concerns relevant to the water department? Or possibly another issue...

 

Discovery Center hosts astronomy night

Join amateur astronomer Jim White for an evening with the stars, at the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, Saturday, March 29. The evening will start...

 

East District Court

February 13 •James A. Holtz: Speed Too Fast for Conditions (12/13/13); Dismissed. •Christina L. Patten Rowan: Driving with Wheels Off Roadway (12/17/13); Deferred. •Jesus Olegario Sandoval:...

 

Wolf rally for split comes up short, Bears sweep 17-1, 8-6

Saturday was a great day for baseball with unseasonably mild weather and virtually no wind blowing. Everything but the outcome of the games was...

 

Bears put big numbers on board in sweep over Lady Timberwolves

The Lady Timberwolves dropped a pair of games to the Lady Bears of Kiona-Benton in the opening games for both teams, played in Goldendale on a calm...

 

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