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Election brings new faces

Yesterday’s elections brought predictable victories and some surprises, including dramatic upsets of county incumbents. Here are highlighted results as of press time: • Jaime Herrera Beutler won...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 5, 2014

Assessor report from WSP released

The Washington State Patrol (WSP) has forwarded its report on Klickitat County Assessor Darlene Johnson to the Prosecuting Attorney’s office “for...

 

Goldendale student gives the weather on TV

Kody Kiser, a sixth grader from the Goldendale Middle school, probably wishes he were in Groundhog Day, so like Bill Murray's fictional weatherman he...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 5, 2014

WSP report clears deputies

The last of three Washington State Patrol (WSP) investigations on Klickitat County personnel, this one on whether or not Sheriff’s Office deputies...

 

City issues license to pot shop

The City of Goldendale, reacting to legal opinion that its moratorium was established too late to affect the Goldendale Dispensaries marijuana retail store, yesterday issued the store a business...

 

Doctor beats the odds

Dr. Catherine Doyle is just another medical professional in first-year residency with a specialty in family medicine and who has cerebral palsy....

 

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...

 

State officials warn of consumer rip-offs by Ebola-related scams 

Secretary of State Kim Wyman and Attorney General Bob Ferguson are urging consumers to be aware of scam artists exploiting the public’s fear of Ebola. The two statewide officials said rip-off artist...

 

Manhunt continues for Klickitat County jail escapee

Goldendale residents were greeted with a wake up call, Monday morning when law enforcement notified people to be on the alert for a man who just...

 

Application sign-up for EQIP due by Nov. 21

The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is a voluntary, technical and financial assistance program designed to help farmers improve irrigation efficiency; manage nutrient run-off and/or...

 

Organic and bio-dynamic farming workshop offered by WSU Extension

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 Washin...

 

State Parks announce final 'free day' of year, Nov. 11

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission announces the final free day of 2014 is Nov. 11 in honor of Veterans Day. Visitors will not be required to display the Discover Pass to visit a sta...

 

Free "Quick and Easy Family Fun Cooking" classes offered

Free cooking classes are being presented by the Goldendale CommUnity Partners from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the New Life Assembly of God Church. “Quick and Easy Family Fun Cooking.” The classes...

 

Better Engagement:

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Better of Goldendale, announce the engagement of their daughter, Melissa Lillian Better to Paul Taylor Whittingslow, son of Sheila...

 

Wallace Taylor

Wallace (Wally) Edward Taylor age 94, passed away in The Dalles, Oregon on November 2, 2014.  He was born May 18, 1920 to Eunice and Wallace E. Taylor, Sr. in Hoquiam, Washington. As husband to his... Full story

 

Pearl West

In Loving Memory Pearl Hodgson West May 31, 1922 – October 25, 2014 Pearl Hodgson West, 92, passed away October 25, 2014, at Parkview at Wheatland... Full story

 

Local vets to be honored at GMS

On Thursday, Nov. 6, at 12:15 p.m., the Goldendale Middle School will have its annual Veteran's Day assembly. The assembly will be preceded by a...

 

Bazaar space still available

The Goldendale Farmers Market Annual Holiday Bazaar will take place on Dec. 13, at the Goldendale Primary School from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Vendors who “make it”, “bake it” or “grow it,” and...

 

Goldendale Health Ministry offers free resources

The new Goldendale Health Ministry is a non-profit, faith-based group that uses nurses and para-professionals in the medical community from local churches to provide free health education and resource...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - November 5, 1964 • In the recent fire on the Claude Knight ranch on property rented from Cora Richardson, a two day old registered calf was destroyed by fire according to the sheriff...

 

Pot luck leaves some distasteful leftovers in town

Pot luck has prevailed. A city’s passions were too late aroused. The city administration acted too matter-of-factly, and the city council was...

 

Letters from the Community

To the Editor: I don’t know which is worse, a pot shop in Goldendale or people that would open a controversial business without a business license. What does this say about the future for...

 

Letters from the Community

To the Editor: I did not see the last time posted for the Trunk or Treat, but if I remember right, it started at 5 p.m. The people who open their trunks are just community people who share out of the...

 

Letters from the Community

To the Editor: I would like to know why so many cutbacks to our police department. These officers are working long hours to keep this town peaceful. Now you cut positions and cut pay. Why pay for a...

 

Come see what's happening at school

Attention all residents who take advantage of the great meals Senior Services provides at the Lions Club each Tuesday, there will not be a lunch...

 

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