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Articles from the October 19, 2016 edition

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Civility marks first county candidates' night

Candidates and constituents came together at the Goldendale Grange Hall last Thursday evening for a Meet the Candidates event at 6 p.m. and ran until...


Fellowship wrapped in phyllo dough

About 10 miles north of town, amid the trees and traffic, is St. John's Bakery. It is an oddly peaceful spot for existing so close to the busy... Full story

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    October 19, 2016

Goldendale soccer falls to Naches Valley

The Goldendale Timberwolves girls soccer team was unable to stop the Naches Valley Rangers on a windy Tuesday afternoon, falling to their South... Full story


New cable TV owner says rates won't rise for now

Cable television rates in Goldendale won’t be going up after Home Telephone completes the purchase of J & N Cable. That was the word from Home Telephone President Garrin Bott, who appeared in...


Out with the old, in with the boo

Rumors have abounded in recent months that Trunk or Treat will not take place this year. But the event that has become a Halloween tradition for...



The Goldendale Primary School is hosting a Watch D.0.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) event Oct. 20 at 5:30 p.m. There will be pizza and lemonade in the... Full story


Jeshurun Hopper (Israel)

Jesh was born March 9, 1981. She was an amazing wife, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend. On October 12 she lost her long, courageous battle with... Full story


Loretta Marie (Keech) Cuff

Loretta Marie (Keech) Cuff, age 79, passed away at her home on Thursday October 13th, surrounded by her family and loving husband. Born November 5,... Full story


Brien Keith Floyd

rien Keith Floyd, 46, passed away peacefully Oct 11, 2016 in McMinnville, Ore. Brien was born on Jan 5, 1970 in Yakima, Wash., to Earl Wesley and... Full story


One lesson: if you don't know what it is, don't eat it

Goldendale resident John Miller spent several weeks recently in China. Following is his account of his trip. Mary Ann and I have been privileged to...

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    October 19, 2016


Goldendale's Abby Hedges (front) and Jade Smith make their way up the gravel road on Thursday at the Goldendale Golf Club. See results and story on... Full story


Gorge Orchestra Association sees expansion in stages

The Columbia Gorge Orchestra Association (CGOA) just keeps growing. After the instrumental changes of adding a jazz ensemble to their repertoire last year, CGOA has now taken a turn for the...


Rising to the occasion

The Goldendale High School cross country team has been an afterthought for many years, but the program seemingly has turned the corner and is on the... Full story

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    October 19, 2016

Wolves drop 5th straight, fall at Granger

Late in the second half during Goldendale's 38-14 loss to the Granger Spartans on Friday, an offensive lineman looked to the sidelines and asked head... Full story

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    October 19, 2016

Cougars snap three game skid

The Lyle-Wishram Cougars were again pestered by one bad quarter on the Gridiron on Friday against Liberty Christian in Richland. The Cougars fumbled... Full story

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    October 19, 2016

Goldendale volleyball hangs on against Leopards, hosts No. 9 Granger

The Goldendale Timberwolves got some revenge against the Zillah Leopards on Oct. 11 in a five set thriller, but had their six match regular season... Full story


Have a fire-safe Halloween

To make the most of your Halloween this season, there are several ways to help you and your family stay fire safe. "Taking simple precautions, like... Full story


Arnold rebuts factual errors in recent letter to the editor

A letter published in The Sentinel from Lyle Ferch regarding the candidacy of Pat Arnold for county commissioner has been found to contain several factual inaccuracies. Because The Sentinel takes... Full story


Geologic wonders program coming

oin Steve Carlson for an informative program about the underlying geologic wonders of volcanic National Parks, Friday, Nov. 4. A pork tenderloin dinner begins at 6 p.m., followed by the 7 p.m.... Full story

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    October 19, 2016

Lyle-Wishram spikers lose to Sunnysid

The Sunnyside Christian spikers and their hot serving cooled off the Lyle-Wishram Cougars on Thursday. The Cougs, having not lost since before the...


It's time to realize that the signs just don't do the job

Recently a number of large signs have been posted around Klickitat County. In stark language and bright colors they warn drug dealers and users they need to leave Klickitat County or go to jail. Unfor... Full story


Kim has our confidence

In the midst of the angry world of politics, which seems uglier by the day, we should all be grateful that Washington’s elections are trustworthy, accurate, and run by Secretary of State Kim Wyman.... Full story

 By Lyle Ferch    Opinion    October 19, 2016


This is a clarification of my letter to the editor of Oct. 12. Pat Arnold has informed me she resigned her position as democrat precinct committee officer for Trout Lake in 2010. Linda Roland, the... Full story

 By Kathy Moco    Opinion    October 19, 2016

Time for new governor

I urge you to vote for Bill Bryant for Governor. He supports properly funding education and ensuring our students are graduating with the skills to get a family wage job, holding government officials... Full story


Missing In action

Klickitat County is the furthest east in US Congressional District 3 which includes 655,000 people in eight counties. The district also extends from Pacific County on the western edge through Lewis,... Full story


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