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 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 28, 2015

Bickleton gets water, community celebrates

"It used to be if we held a public meeting at the Grange Hall," recalled Rinna McHugh of Bickleton, "we'd have to bring in five big jugs of water for...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 28, 2015

Veterans Day parade builds momentum

Scott Robinson, organizer of Goldendale’s new Veterans Day parade, says response has been amazing. “The amount of support from the community for...

 

District to hold public school bond meeting

There will be an informational meeting about the upcoming Goldendale School District bond, Nov. 5 at 6 p.m. in the high school gym. The format for the meeting is designed to give the public...

 

Rural 7 lifts burn ban as of Halloween

Klickitat County Rural 7 Fire and Rescue Board of Commissioners have declared the burn ban in Rural 7 be lifted as of midnight, Oct. 31. However, burn permits are still required to burn. The agency...

 

TRUNK OR TREAT TREATS

In the inaugural Coffin race, six coffins were entered into the double elimination format. Each coffin was built to specifications and pushed by a...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 28, 2015

Forum to answer questions about Obamacare two years in

It’s two years since the Affordable Care Act—also known as Obamacare—went into effect, and many people are wondering how it’s doing and what...

 

This week from the County Prosecutor

Below is a summary of resolutions from the Superior Court criminal docket for the week of Oct. 19, provided by Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney David R. Quesnel. Superior Court is in session...

 

Sneak Peek for holiday gifts at Big River Art and Crafts, Nov. 7 in Goldendale

Small rural towns are usually not recognized as a resource for art, but Goldendale’s Big River Art and Crafts works hard at making art of all kinds accessible to residents and visitors. Big River sh...

 

Goldendale Primary School plans Nov. 10 Veterans Day program

The Goldendale Primary School invites the public to a Nov. 10 Veterans Honor program. The event will start at 10 a.m. in the primary school. The school assembly action team has met and has planned...

 

Calls accepted for energy assistance beginning Nov. 23

Washington Gorge Action Programs will begin taking calls for heat assistance on Monday, Nov. 23 at 9 a.m. Calls prior to that date and time will not be added to the list. Assistance is available to...

 

Al Messenger

Albert Mitchell Messenger, 22-year resident of Goldendale, WA, went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, October 21, 2015, at 10:40 p.m. He was 89....

 

Beatrice Miller

Beatrice Edna Miller was born Sept. 25, 1918, to C.F. and Alma Schuster at Pleasant Valley. She attended grade school by horseback at Pleasant...

 

First-graders learn about firefighting at GFD

The first graders at Goldendale Primary School walked to the Goldendale Fire Department on Friday. October is Fire Prevention month and the students h...

 

Eat well Goldendale, and stop diabetes!

Klickitat Valley Health is putting good food and good health on the table during American Diabetes Month this November. With nearly 30 million Americans living with diabetes and 86 million more who ar...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - October 28, 1965 • The Klickitat County commissioners bought a 1966 Ford after opening bids for a new commissioner’s car. The Ford bid submitted by Fairway Ford of Goldendale...

 

Don't forget

This Sunday, Nov. 1, Evergreen No. 1, 66th Annual Turkey Dinner will be held from noon to 3 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge, 210 S. Columbus Ave. in Goldendale. The event is a fundraiser for local...

 

Moron alert: imbecile defaces campaign sign in act of stupidity

Someone in Goldendale is planning to go as a moron for Halloween. You’ll be able to spot him instantly. His knuckles will be dragging on the...

 

Catch up on the ACA

To the Editor: When Congress passed the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2010, many of us had questions about how health insurance coverage would be changing. Since open enrollment began in 2013, we now...

 

Way to go, Mike

To the Editor: We support Mayor Mike Cannon’s decision not to allow alcohol to be served at the Trunk or Treat event last weekend. We appreciate his understanding of the negative impact this may...

 

Why isn't tourism working?

To the Editor: We hear a lot about how to improve our tourism and creating new ways to get people to visit. Has it occurred to anyone besides me that the official sign that says “Next services 78...

 

Glenwood hosts community Halloween festival Saturday

Plans are underway for Glenwood’s Community Halloween Festival beginning at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31 on Main Street. As in the past, Main Street will be blocked off to provide a safe location...

 

Food donation admits to haunted house

Daylight saving time is almost over…according to the internet: “In the U.S., the clocks will be turned back one hour on Nov. 1, at 2 a.m. local time.” Not only is it time to reset the clocks...

 

Whitmores, Quinbys host fish dinner at Jensens

Dave and Debbie Whitmore and the Quinby family of Grayland, hosted a huge fish dinner at the home of Larry and Pam Jensen Saturday evening.   Minne Shotwell, former Bickleton resident, passed away...

 

NEW MEN'S CHORUS IN THE GORGE

The Columbia Gorge Chorus got off to a great harmonious start last week. Men came from communities up and down the Columbia to check out the new...

 

Mild October weather pattern about to change

A pattern change is coming this week. It has been a fairly mild October, but more precipitation, windy conditions and colder weather is coming by the end of the week. First, a surge of moisture is...

 

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