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Trio of Goldendale spikers earn all league bids

Senior outside hitter Ocean Bryan was a force at the net all year for the Goldendale Timberwolves, and more often than not she was aided by a spot on...


Safe travels for Thanksgiving

The auto safety organization AAA projects that 48.7 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home this Thanksgiving, an increase of one...

 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 16, 2016

Location finally set for microbrewery

Justin and Jocelyn Leigh came to Goldendale with a goal in their minds and a dream in their hearts. They were shot down. They felt defeated. They... Full story


Man arrested after throwing eggs near bank, at officer

Around 1:15 p.m. Wednesday afternoon, a man named Eric Halverson was arrested outside of Umpqua Bank after an encounter with local law enforcement....


The benefits of being 'stuck' in Goldendale

Anne Anderson of Serenity Acupuncture, though she is rather new to Goldendale, is no stranger to our Histories & Mysteries column. But in the few months that Anne has been practicing here, some...


Goldendale golfers find a new green at new disc golf course

There is a new place in town where anyone can go out and enjoy a round of nine, although for the new course outside the Goldendale Swimming Pool, you...


Why not Chance?

"Why not us" has been Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson's mantra since entering the league as a third-round pick in 2012. After a pair of... Full story


Winter sports practices kick off

The Goldendale High School gym was packed Monday afternoon with winter sports officially kicking off. Upstairs in the weight room, nearly 25...


Floating together

I believe in abortion rights, gun control and climate change. I know and deeply care about people that disagree with me on these topics including members of my family and friends. Time ticks away and... Full story

 By Jim Rich    Opinion    November 16, 2016

America is Great

The political wars are over and America has chosen a new president. How will he make America great again? In my opinion, Mr. Trump could address three issues that would save America millions of... Full story


Savvy Senior Caregiving Tips for Long-Distance Caregivers

Dear Savvy Senior, Can you recommend any long-distance caregiving tips that can help me help my elderly father who lives in another state? He has physically declined over the past year, but is... Full story


Vera Jensen

Our beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt, sister and friend, Vera M. Josephine Jensen, went to be in the arms of our Heavenly Father on Nov. 8, 2016, while surrounded by her loving... Full story


Clarence Tupper

Clarence Lowell Tupper was born July 31, 1927, in Mount Vernon, Washington, to Emma (Herman) and Clarence Lloyd Tupper. He married Elsie Arlene Baxter on Sept. 5, 1954. Clarence lived many years in... Full story


Erik M. George

Erik M. George (44) of Georgeville and Wapato passed away on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016, in Yakima. Erik was born in Goldendale on Aug. 14, 1972, to... Full story


Keith Charles Quigley

Keith Charles Quigley, 79, of Goldendale, went to be with his Lord on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016, in The Dalles, Oregon. Keith was born Sept. 21, 1937,... Full story


Ken Sager

Ken Sager, beloved husband, father, son, brother and friend, age 53 of Sidney, Nebraska, passed away at his home Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016, following a... Full story


Carl A. Lee

In loving memory of Carl A. Lee who passed away Nov. 6, 2016, and was born April 5, 1968. Carl loved to help anyone, made friends all the time and... Full story


An eventful lead-up to the holiday season

Glenwood School students and staff presented a very moving Veterans Day program last Thursday. The program began with the preschool through first grade classes leading the Pledge of Allegiance. Second...


Be on the look out!

Being as we are quite close to our High Prairie neighbors, I feel justified in sharing their information: “A cougar took down a big doe just north and outside the fenced area around our house at...


Lyle Community Schools Spark a Renewed Source of Pride in the Community

Remember Halloween in school when you were a youngster? The costumes. The candy. The hilarity! One thing you probably won’t remember is what you learned that day. Students in Lyle Community Schools...


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