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 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 21, 2018

GSD tries to ride out McCleary storm

Severe Storm warnings have been issued for Goldendale. "We're calling it a perfect storm, headed straight for the Goldendale School District," says...

 

Cougars' run ends after loss to Naselle in state quarterfinals

What was a four-point game in the waning seconds of the second half turned into a big win for the Naselle Comets as they knocked off the... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 21, 2018

Mitten tree returns.

The holiday Mitten Tree is back in the foyer of The Sentinel office. Come and hang up your mittens, hats, scarves, and other winter gear to be...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 21, 2018

Scammers extorting in new computer ploy

They're baaa-aack. Computer scammers are hitting Klickitat County, and much of the country, with a scheme designed to extort money from those with...

 

Convicted murderer sentenced

On July 6 this year, Klickitat County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a dead person inside a residence on Morrison Avenue in the town of Roosevelt. It was soon determined that the death...

 

Judge grants injunction against Fallen Hero Bracelets

Friday, Pierce County Superior Court Judge Kathryn Nelson granted the Washington State Attorney General’s motion for a preliminary injunction against Spanaway-based Fallen Hero Bracelets, the...

 

East District Court log

For Nov. 8, 2018: • Eduardo None Arroyos Ruelas: DUI, (9/17/18); Dismissed per State motion. • Kory Lynn Carper: Driver under 21YO consume alcohol/mariju, (6/23/17); Probation violation, 200... Full story

 

Washington's election security remains strong as 2018 General Election vote count approaches record

Ongoing county ballot counts for the 2018 General Election were drawing near Washington’s 48-year-old record midterm turnout of 71.85 percent of registered voters as of last Tuesday, Secretary of...

 

Turkey fryer safety tips

The Washington State Fire Marshall has helpful tips for safe holiday cooking. Families come together during this time of year to celebrate and share a Thanksgiving meal. Turkey is the centerpiece of...

 

Laura Bess Hawes

Laura Bess Hawes, 78, passed away on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, following complications from a stroke. Laura "Bess" was born on July 23, 1940, in... Full story

 

Kerry Lyn Adcock

Kerry Lyn Adcock passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2018, at Oregon Health & Sciences University in Portland. She was born April 15, 1961, in Vancouver, Washington, to Kenneth Eugene and... Full story

 

Looking Back

November 15, 1888 The following order concerning the court house was made by the county commissioners on Tuesday. It was ordered that plans be asked for, to be presented to the board on or before the...

 

Baby Storytimes starts at library

The Goldendale Community Library will offer a four week session of Baby Storytimes on Wednesday mornings from 11 a.m. to noon from Nov. 28 through Dec. 19. This special program is designed to...

 

Time to talk about religion and politics this holiday

One of the old adages many of us live by is that we should never talk about politics or religion. We are warned in November, with elections and family...

 

Letters from the community

Kudos to the pud I was so happy to read your recent article about the PUD’s Renewable Natural Gas project. This project, reclaiming the natural gas emissions from the landfill, produces revenue for...

 

Vets Day program was memorable

It seems that everyone is busy making plans for Thanksgiving. We hope you all have a great and meaningful Thanksgiving, whether traveling or staying here in Glenwood. There will be no school on...

 

Museum welcomes new member

After all ballots were read and tabulated, the Twin Bridges Museum Board welcomed its newest member, Oren Johnson, at their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday night. Discussions lead to new displays...

 

Community Thanksgiving Dinner tomorrow

Thanksgiving break for students will begin with an 11:55 a.m. dismissal on Wednesday, Nov. 21, and no school Thursday, Nov. 22, and Friday, Nov. 23. School resumes Monday, Nov. 26. Dr. James Ogden’s...

 

Goldendale wrestling club hosting practices Mondays and Wednesdays at high school

The Goldendale Wrestling Club’s twice-weekly practices are back up and running for the winter sports season. Starting last week and continuing... Full story

 

Black Friday marks start of extra DUI patrols

The Washington State Patrol (WSP) is warning drivers not to let Black Friday bring them a black mark on their driving record. Beginning this Friday, WSP and multiple other police agencies will kick...

 

Two Goldendale teams to compete in Gorge Futsal League

Goldendale soccer coach and enthusiast Mike DeMott talked earlier this year about the possibility of guiding a futsal team this winter in the Gorge... Full story

 

Millions in state don't know their risk of diabetes

Almost two million Washingtonians live with prediabetes, but according to 2017 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Survey data, only 1 out of 11 reported being aware of having prediabetes....

 

Legal Notices 11/21/18

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING In accordance with Chapter 36.81.121 of the Revised Code of Washington, the Board of County Commissioners are to hold a public hearing prior to the revisement and extension...

 

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