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Chinese money coming to Klickitat County?

A Chinese hydropower company valued at $70 billion is looking to partner with Klickitat PUD (KPUD) on its plan to build a pumped storage facility, the... Full story

 

Veterans Day

It's Veterans Day 2015, and Goldendale has its first Veterans Day parade in a very long time. It begins at 11 a.m. and will come down Columbus onto...

 

Klickitat seniors planning ahead

The Klickitat School senior class of 2016 is holding a silent auction and bingo/dinner night on Nov. 18 in order to raise funds for a class trip. The...

 

Conservation District looking at spread of invasive weed

In May of 2014, Eastern Klickitat Conservation District obtained a grant from the Department of Ecology to develop an Integrated Aquatic Vegetation...

 

Sentinel Legal Notices are now online

As a service to all organizations who publish Public Notices in The Goldendale Sentinel and to our readers, these notices are also posted online. This service is facilitated by the Washington... Full story

 

Rabid cats found in northwest for first time in a decade

Two cats from the Pacific Northwest  recently tested positive for rabies—the first such cases in more than a decade—and veterinarians are urging all pet owners to ensure their pets are current...

 

The first class stamp is back

Not look ago, Goldendale Postmaster Jim Hamilton told a group at a meeting, "First class postage is going away." He meant that electronic media was...

 

Healthplanfinder says customers need to review 2016 options

The Washington Health Benefit Exchange, which operates the state’s insurance marketplace, Washington Healthplanfinder, is urging renewing Qualified Health Plan customers to carefully review their...

 

From the Klickitat County Prosecutor

Below is a summary of resolutions from Superior Court criminal docket for the week of Nov. 2, provided by Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney David R. Quesnel. Superior Court is in session...

 

Get your game on

Food, family, fun, fast pace, and fantastic costumes-that's what visitors will find at "Dodge This 7" on Saturday, Nov. 21, at the Goldendale High...

 

Goldendale man uninjured in I-82 collision

Goldendale resident, Jefrey D. Moss, 22, escaped without injury from an accident on I-82, last week. According to the State Patrol report, Moss’ red Chrysler struck the rear of another Chrysler...

 

Business tax webinar by DOR

The Washington Department of Revenue is hosting a free tax webinar for new and small businesses, Nov. 18, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Email name, company name, phone number and email to NBOWebinar@dor....

 

House passes Herrera Beutler-Walden-Blumenauer proposal to improve roads and bridges in Gorge Scenic Area

The U.S. House passed a bipartisan proposal offered by Washington Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-Camas) and Oregon Reps. Greg Walden (R-Hood River) and Earl Blumenauer (D-Portland) to help improve road...

 

GHS students invited to Shark Tank

Central Washington University is tossing 200 high school students—including some from Goldendale—into the “Shark Tank” this week. Like contestants on the popular TV reality show, competitors...

 

Goldendale Library holds fall book sale, buy books for as little as 10 cents

The Friends of the Goldendale Library will be holding a one-day book sale on Saturday, Nov. 14 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Used books of all sorts will be on sale, from gardening to crafts, mysteries to...

 

Nicholas Benjamin Blunt

Nick and Melissa Blunt, of Goldendale, are happy to announce the birth of their fifth child, Nicholas Benjamin Blunt. He was born at Providence Hood...

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - November 11, 1965 Lyle and Pat Woods of Centerville were honored this week when Lyle was named “Conservation Farmer of the Year” by the Central Klickitat Soil and Water...

 

Father and sons across the boundaries of wartime

(This is a story based on what an older gentleman told me, with details about what using POW labor was like from my grandfather.) The funeral director was finishing up the last preparations for...

 

Social Security isn't that secure

To the Editor: It seems little known that one of our greatest inequities favoring the rich involves, ironically, a government program originally established especially for the working poor. Everybody...

 

Lions gather items for food baskets

About those Christmas Food Baskets for the less fortunate in our area, if you are a recipient of one, the Lions Club needs to know the number of adults and number of children in each family to know ho...

 

Maryhill Museum offers free admission for vets, active military and firefighters

Maryhill Museum has announced its program and schedule for November. Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015 - Veterans Day at Maryhill Maryhill salutes veterans and active military by offering free admission to...

 

Lady Cougars head to State tourney

Lyle-Wishram’s volleyball team is headed to State. The Lady Cougars placed second in the District 5 tournament in Bickleton, Saturday, claiming one of two berths in the State 1B tournament. The...

 

Tips for driving safely in winter weather

The change of seasons emphasizes the importance of driving with care. Here are a few tips to stay safely on the road: • Before beginning any trip, check the current road conditions and weather...

 

Honor roll announced at Bickleton School

Bickleton School released the names of the students achieving honor roll status for the first quarter of the 2015-2016 school year. Included are: High school – (4.0 gpa) Rhys Chapman and Joseph...

 

From the best seat in the house

Emotions ran high at the volleyball tournament in Bickleton. Congratulations to Lyle-Wishram for earning a trip to State. They have been on the other...

 

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