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Articles from the October 29, 2014 edition

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Most county voters have yet to return ballots

Election Day is this coming Tuesday. You’ll know it’s come and gone because Wednesday it will suddenly be very quiet. If your bright yellow ballot envelope is still sitting right where you...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 29, 2014

WSP report clears commissioner

The Washington State Patrol (WSP) concluded in a report last week that Klickitat County Commissioner David Sauter committed no violations of law,...

 

Fall back

It’s that time of year again. What will you do with your extra hour? Don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour Saturday night. Or else you’ll have to do it Sunday....

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 29, 2014

Marijuana store opens, defies city

Golden Dispensaries retail marijuana store in Goldendale, granted a final approval license from the Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) on...

 

Wanted: photos of Vietnam Wall names from Klickitat County

A resident of Hawaii is looking for names of Klickitat County military personnel who died in the Vietnam War. Janna Hoehn and her husband made a visit...

 

Keep those photos coming

Pictures for The Sentinel’s 2015 Goldendale calendar are coming in, and there’s still room for more. Great scenery shots will go into this year’s calendar. They can be views taken from...

 

Deputies respond to suicide, find body of missing Lyle man

Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a suicidal individual at Minshall Lane, in Goldendale on Oct. 23 at 3:40 p.m. When deputies arrived at the residence they located 55 year old...

 

Seven people hurt in collision on SR97

Speed was listed as the cause of an accident on SR14 that sent seven Yakima residents to the hospital, Friday night. According to the Washington State Patrol report, Laura Chavez, 35 was driving a...

 

WSU presents Organic and bio-dynamic farming certification workshop

Fundamentals of organic and bio-dynamic agriculture are the topics of a free workshop to be presented at the Lyle Activity Center, Nov. 12 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The workshop is sponsored by the...

 

Free cooking classes to be offered in Goldendale

After a successful spring series, a group of local community members, organizations and area churches are again offering a series of six free cooking classes starting in November. “Quick and Easy...

 

KVH to answer everything you want know but are afraid to ask about diabetes

In recognition of November’s National Diabetes Month, Klickitat Valley Health is hosting a community event to raise awareness of diabetes prevention and management. The event takes place on...

 

WDFW Commission to consider updating hydraulic code rules

The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will consider approving a major update of the state’s hydraulic code rules and will conduct a public hearing on a proposed Willapa Bay salmon-management...

 

Clouds scatter to allow viewing of eclipse at the Goldendale Observatory

The partial solar eclipse started out barely visible due to clouds, then it began pouring rain. This scared away most of our visitors at the Goldend...

 

Harvest 5K - running for fun

More than 30 runners, walkers, and volunteers gathered on Main Street in Goldendale on a crisp Saturday morning to participate in the 4th annual...

 

Robert Dickey

Robert Lage Dickey (Bob) at the age of 85 passed away in Hood River, Oregon on October 22, 2014 with his family by his side. Bob was born in White... Full story

 

Library to hold book sale

Friends of the Goldendale Community Library will be holding a fall book sale on Saturday, Nov. 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with special hours for members, Friday, Nov. 14, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m....

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - October 29, 1964 Stanley Crocker, Centerville, sold one registered Polled Hereford bull each to Flying Circle W Ranch, Centerville and to James E. Roan, Ellensburg; and sold two...

 

Bureaucrat Man: an antihero for these troubled times

Here’s what we’d like to see in a public notice in this newspaper: “CITY STALWART. The City of Goldendale seeks person with strong moral fiber... Full story

 

What's our legacy?

To the Editor: As we consider the ramifications of a recreational marijuana store in Goldendale, an important question to ponder and answer is this: “What kind of city do we want to become?” Or, b... Full story

 

Get facts right

To the Editor: In response to Mary Pierce’s letter to the editor: she mentioned a “fringe group of Republicans” were at the Trout Lake candidate night. In fact, the treasurer, five precinct... Full story

 
 By Amy Fulton    Opinion    October 29, 2014

Lame Trunk or Treat

To the Editor: My husband and I got our little Hulk all pumped up and ready to go to the downtown Trunk or Treat. We decided the sprinkling rain and windy weather conditions were not enough to keep... Full story

 

Dark day for city

To the Editor: The owners of Golden Dispensaries were seen on the news on Friday, Oct. 24, saying that they were not doing anything illegal by opening up on Saturday, Oct. 25. Yet when we look at... Full story

 

Good choice

To the Editor: A vote for Rep. Norm Johnson, Leg Dist 14, is a winning vote because he is a winner! After redistricting, when he found out that Klickitat and Skamania Counties would be added to his... Full story

 

Throw 'em all out

To the Editor: We have come to a point where something must be done to avoid the collapse of our form of government. Our president and Congress are not governing as many think they should. We can’t... Full story

 

It's not OK

To the Editor: In January, 2013, Norm Johnson was the sponsor of a bill that would have allowed any person, including non-relatives, to petition the courts for visitation rights to a child against... Full story

 

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