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Articles from the January 15, 2014 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 15, 2014

Sheriff removes candidate for sheriff from KCSO timber position

A candidate for Klickitat County sheriff and who was working with the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) was removed from his position Friday by Sheriff Rick McComas. Bob Songer, running for...

 

Tie-up on the hill

Two accidents caused traffic problems on SR97, Friday morning. A semi-truck and trailor blocked the highway between South Columbus and Simcoe Drive...

 

Fire destroys home when trucks bog down

A rural home burned completely on Sunday morning, about four miles south of Goldendale. The home, according to a neighbor, belonged to Beatrice Sealy....

 

Bickleton water system gets new well

The first part of the Bickleton town water system has been completed with the drilling of a well, just west of town. According to Bickleton Community...

 

KCSO calls Cleveland incident a shooting-suicide

The Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) says that last week’s deadly shooting in Cleveland was a case of a shooting followed by suicide. Last Tuesday deputies responded to a call on Lee Stree...

 
 By Jesse Sines    News    January 15, 2014

Soup kitchen gets fresh start, fresh food

The Community Garden and Community Soup Kitchen will soon be more closely related than what they might seem. The initial understanding for the collaboration between the two was using the fresh...

 

KPUD busy fixing downed power lines from strong winds

The Klickitat PUD provided the following information Tuesday on their work restoring power throughout the county in the wake of strong winds last week. On Thursday, Jan. 9 at about 11 p.m., multiple...

 

WDFW seeks comments on land acquisition proposals

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is inviting public comment through Jan. 31 on current proposals to acquire land for fish and wildlife habitat and public recreation. Thirteen prop...

 

Businesses getting emailed by vanity award program

Area businesses are being inundated with email messages telling them they've been awarded a prestigious recognition. All they need to do to get their...

 

Application deadline for USDA Conservation Stewardship Program extended to Feb. 7

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service announced Thursday that the application deadline for the popular Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) is now extended...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – January 16, 1964 • In line with Klickitat Valley Hospital’s reputation for ample equipment of the most practical design is the recent addition of the new Armstrong Baby...

 

Alzheimer's support groups, we meet in your community

Caring for someone with memory loss? Need support and information? Alzheimer’s Association caregiver support groups provide a place for caregivers to learn and gain support from others caring for...

 

Weigh in Wednesday at Sole 2 Soul's biggest loser contest

The first weigh-in for the “Biggest Loser” contest at Sole 2 Soul Health Center is scheduled Wednesday, Jan. 15.  Word is they will be moving to a larger location in the next month!  Spike...

 

Allene Takahashi

Betty Allene Tallman Belieu Takahashi passed away Jan. 11, 2014. She was born Feb. 7, 1941, to Hazel (Glover) and Ben Tallman in Goldendale, WA. Allen... Full story

 

Lois Anita Keesecker

October 11, 1921 to January 8, 2014 Lois was born in Albany, OR, the daughter of Nelson and Irene (Snyder) Gilmour. Lois was raised in the Talbot... Full story

 

Doris Newman

Doris Elaine Newman, 82, passed away at her home in Goldendale on January 11, 2014. She was born in The Dalles, Ore., on Aug. 13, 1931 to Marie (Nygaard) and John Jesse Ray. Doris was raised in... Full story

 

Poole named to Warner Pacific Dean's List

Joni Poole, of Goldendale, was named to the Warner Pacific College Dean’s List for the fall 2013 academic term. She earned a perfect 4.0 GPA. To qualify, students must be enrolled full-time and...

 

Unraveling the mystery of timing in Songer matter

Friday’s revocation of the commissions as range and timber deputies for Bob Songer and Harold Cole by Sheriff Rick McComas has a good portion of...

 

There are enough trails

To the Editor: In response to Kevin Gorman’s letter about the Lyle trails: Concern for a proposed trail into or around Lyle has much to do with reality! Friends of the Gorge (FOG) founder Nancy...

 

Eagles abound in the area

To the Editor: Re: Too many eagles dying—Melody should take a nice drive, get on Highway 142 heading west, look in the fields of Goldendale, drive the Klickitat River to Highway 14, take either a...

 

Throop, Huffsmith Homecoming royalty Rodeo association annual meeting Sunday

Glenwood School students and staff celebrated Homecoming last week. Students dressed for various themes; participated in spirit assembly activities; and decorated the school halls. Jaecee Hoctor...

 

Looney family members gather for a Savage Christmas

Tony and Kay Savage Looney hosted all of Kay’s relatives and called it a Savage Christmas.  Tony and Kay’s kids flew home from California, the twins Mark and Marsha and all of their children and...

 

Business and community fair Thursday at Skyline

The Lyle Columbia Grange 87 held their monthly meeting on Saturday, Jan. 11, with many issues filling the agenda. One of which was an open forum for property owners and concerned Lyle residents to voi...

 

Fire hazard reduction grants available for communities in eastern Washington

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is seeking proposals for projects to reduce the threat of wildfire in eastern Washington. Successful projects will reduce wildfire threat by...

 

The Perpetual Farm to kick off Gorge Grown Winter Film Series on Jan. 23

Can we farm forever? That is precisely the question that producers of the documentary film, The Perpetual Farm set out to discuss. Gorge Grown Food Network will launch their Winter Film Series on...

 

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