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Articles from the October 21, 2015 edition

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City's new officer knows Goldendale

Goldendale's newest police officer is not new to Goldendale, or law enforcement. Kelsey Shelton is married to David Shelton, whose parents own the...

 

SCOUTS ON CLEAN-UP PATROL

Goldendale Cub Scout Pack 551, Bear Den, was on Main Street in Goldendale Monday evening with trash bags in hand, helping to clean up trash and...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 21, 2015

City to have first Veterans' Day parade-with a marching band

For the first time ever, Goldendale will have a Veterans’ Day parade. And for the first time in recent memory, it will include a marching band from...

 

City council delays vote on replacement

The Goldendale City Council did not pick a new council member Monday night to fill the vacancy on the city council created when Mike Canon was appointed as mayor. The decision has been postponed and...

 

Yakama Nation wins ground on retrocession

In a move long sought by the Yakama Nation, federal officials Monday approved returning authority to the tribe for certain civil and criminal cases involving tribal members that have been handled by...

 

Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney on retrocession announcement: no deal

Klickitat County Prosecutor David Quesnel tells The Sentinel that the Yakama Nation retrocession decision announcement Monday changes nothing for the county as far as he is concerned, and he is also... Full story

 

GHS students out to 'scare hunger'

The Goldendale High School Leadership Class is on the streets of the city in support of its “We Scare Hunger” campaign. Class members Kelli Bighorn, Brian Golding, and Shayanne Green are asking... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 21, 2015

School bus violations continue even after story

A story in last week's Sentinel about troubles with drivers violating school bus stop laws generated much response, almost all of it supportive of...

 

Barbed wire assist on stolen car arrest

A Hood River man got tangled up in crime over the weekend. Klickitat County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call about a suspicious person on Courtney Road in southwestern Klickitat County. A...

 

Freeman Johnson

Freeman Enos Johnson, 60, of Kennewick, WA, after a long struggle with COPD and lung cancer died on Saturday, October 17, 2015 peacefully in his... Full story

 

Joan C. Heikell

Joan (Joanie) Gail Thompson Heikell passed away peacefully, with her 3 most beloved children at her side October 12, 2015. She was born in Tacoma,... Full story

 

Leon Kinner

Leon Kinner was born May 4, 1935 in Seattle, Washington, the son of Kent and Katherine Kinner. He was a resident of The Dalles since 1964. Mr. Kinner was the former owner and operator of Smith... Full story

 

Beatrice Miller

Beatrice Miller passed away at her home in Goldendale on Oct. 19, 2015 at the age of 97.  A funeral service is planned for Saturday, Oct. 24 at 1 p.m. at Columbia Hills Memorial Chapel.  A complete... Full story

 

Student Mock Election runs Oct. 26-30

While Washington voters have until Nov. 3 to fill out and return their General Election ballots, thousands of students in grades K-12 will have their own chance next week to experience voting by...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - October 21, 1965 Edward Karge, of Wishram, was named president of the Klickitat County Historical Society at its annual meeting. Harold Fariello was named vice-president. Both have...

 

A new translation of the 'Voters Pamphlet' sheds little light

All right, voters, if you’ll please pick up your 2015 Voters’ Pamphlet, let’s go through it and see if we can make some sense of it. Luckily...

 

We must call upon God

To the Editor: Our children are gunning us down in the street. We’ve given medical clinics the OK to kill our unborn in the womb. We turn those who are self-serving, greedy, and lewd into...

 

A trip of great learning

To the Editor: On July 9, Phoenix Dorsey, a sophomore, and Alexandra Cloud, a junior at Wishram School, had the opportunity to attend the first time ever White House Tribal Youth Gathering, and UNITY...

 

Introducing Bickleton's new school teachers

A new pastor candidate will be coming to preach on Oct. 25.  Pastor Steven Seng and wife Jennifer will be honored with a breakfast reception on Sunday Oct. 25, 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.  The Sengs are...

 

Veterans job fair coming in November

A message from the Klickitat County Emergency Management states that due to the extreme fire hazards experienced this summer and lack of sufficient precipitation a resolution was signed Oct.13, 2015...

 

KLASAC to participate in underage drinking prevention campaign

On Sept. 28, the Klickitat and Lyle Against Substance Abuse Coalition (KLASAC) joined forces with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to launch “Talk. They Hear...

 

From the best seat in the house

American Idol has JLo, the Mariners have LoMo, but the one I like to watch is Goldendale’s LoBo, otherwise known as Logan Boardman. Besides, his...

 

Wolves stun homecoming crowd with 21 points in final 5 minutes for 35-31 win over Warriors

Goldendale's Bryce Wilkins ran the final 5-yards to cap an improbable come-back win over Cle Elum-Roslyn, Friday in Cle Elum. The 35-31 win gives the... Full story

 

Spartans deal four aces in game five rally at Goldendale

Goldendale is still giving away a few too many points with serves that are off-mark for Coach Jodi Bellamy's liking, as the Lady Timberwolves get clos...

 

Cougars stay unbeaten with win over Klickitat-Glenwood

Lyle-Wishram swept Klickitat-Glenwood 25-9, 25-16, 25-12 in Klickitat last week. The home team was overwhelmed by Cougar experience as senior Lacy...

 

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