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Articles from the November 19, 2014 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 19, 2014

Mayor called upon to step down over handling of marijuana notice

Goldendale Mayor Clinton Baze had 20 days to tell the Washington State Liquor Control Board (LCB) the city either approved or disapproved of a marijua... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 19, 2014

Council presentation calls mayor 'Lone Ranger', urges resignation

Quoting an 18-century French political philosopher and saying the mayor rode roughshod over the will of the people, Goldendale resident Darrell Smith Monday night called for Mayor Clinton Baze to... Full story

 

County public meeting on moratorium brings out supporters

For Klickitat County Commissioners, last Wednesday's public hearing on a marijuana moratorium was the opposite of their experience on Oct. 21 when...

 

Winter in the neighborhood, decides to drop in

A hurricane in the Arctic made the rest of the country pay. It was actually called a typhoon, Nuri by specific name. It pushed into the Aleutian...

 

Yakama Nation still seeks to outlaw pot on ceded lands

It was prominent news earlier this year-Reuters, the British news service, started their story on March 24 by saying, "A Native American tribe,...

 

Pacificorp sues to block release of bird kill data at wind farms

A company that operates at least 13 wind-energy facilities across three states, including one in Klickitat County, is suing in federal court to block the U.S. government from releasing information to...

 

Becky Rising Hearn

Rebekah "Becky" Ann Rising Hearn, 38, was tragically killed in an automobile accident on Nov. 11, 2014, in Livorno, Italy. She was born January 12,... Full story

 

Bob Lieurance

Robert “Bob” Lieurance passed away in The Dalles, Oregon on Nov. 16, 2014 at the age of 86.  A memorial service is pending and a complete obituary will appear in next week’s edition of The... Full story

 

Cristy Mack

A memorial service for Cristy Mack, who passed away on Nov. 7, will be held on Saturday, Nov. 22, at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Goldendale, Washington at 2 p.m.  A complete... Full story

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - November 12, 1964 A benefit dance for Fred “Stuffy” Stone will be held Sat. night, Nov. 14, at the Legion Hall in Goldendale. According to the committee in charge, two orchestras ha...

 

Middle school honor roll announced

Goldendale Middle School released the names of students achieving honor roll status for the first quarter. Included are: Eighth grade: Yesenia Alcantar, Lucas Anderson, Kelli Bighorn, Katelyn Bolton,...

 

For Your Health

You’ve most likely heard of diabetes. Maybe you, a friend, or a family member has the disease. November is American Diabetes Month, so let’s take a look at this serious yet manageable chronic dise...

 

Letters from the Community

To the Editor: Superheroes have been around for a very long time. They are fictitious characters that you can look up to, you can admire. They fight off bad guys in glossy pages with pretty colors....

 

Letters from the Community

To the Editor: I attended the public hearing tonight by the county commissioners at the PUD. The room was filled with marijuana growers. Who knew that there are so many in our county? They told us...

 

Letters from the Community

To the Editor: I read with some interest your article about the local Republicans facing national issues. I guess I should voice my opinion on the matter. From the first “Tea Party” rally in the...

 

Letters from the Community

To the Editor: Regarding your Nov. 13 front-page analysis piece, “Local Republican Party faces national issues,” I guess I missed what part was supposed to be news. The fight between mainstream...

 

Join together for community Thanksgiving dinner Sunday

Coach Jaecee Hoctor and the Klickitat/Glenwood Lady Vandals had a busy weekend at the State 1B Volleyball Tournament at the SunDome in Yakima Nov. 14 and 15! Sixteen hopeful teams earned berths to...

 

Former East End resident publishes novel, with plans to publish more

Naida Joy Kelley Webster former east Klickitat County resident has published a book, The Phantom of Kenton High. Naida was a former school teacher now retired and living in Tacoma.  She attended...

 

High Prairie plans Christmas dinner

There’s still time to get your tickets from the OLESS members for many exciting prizes. Their raffle is a ‘new roof’ fundraising event for the Lyle Activity Center, which will be held on...

 

From the best seat in the house

If you are one of the best in the state more than 70 percent of the time, I think that qualifies as a dynasty of sorts. If you were the very best,...

 

Vandals bring home the hardware...again

Klickitat-Glenwood was off to a good start on Saturday, winning their 9 a.m. match against Republic to clinch their 12th State volleyball trophy. The...

 

Snow no equalizer as Lummi plows through Lyle-Wishram for 52-0 win

The football field at Lyle was a rare spectacle last Friday night. A thick blanket of snow interrupted by lines plowed out around the perimeter and...

 

Gallery finds new home and new name

The art gallery is dead. Long live the art gallery. The Golden Art Gallery, late of Columbus Avenue and before that of Main Street, now resides in a...

 

Raffle to benefit New Hope Farm

Raffle tickets for a one-of-a-kind sled crafted by Ronnie Glover are being sold at Columbia Bank with proceeds to benefit New Hope Farms. Columbia Bank will match the first 250 tickets sold. The...

 

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