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Debate on medical marijuana heats up in Council

A heated discussion ensued at the City Council meeting Monday night over medical marijuana. During the public hearing portion of the meeting, several...

 

Lilly

This is Lilly, she's about five months old. She came to Dogs of the Gorge as a stray and is looking for a home with kids and maybe another dog to...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 23, 2011

CEO: state could force deep cuts at KVH

Proposed cuts in the state budget could mean a disastrous change in Klickitat Valley Health (KVH) operations, says KVH CEO John White. “The main...

 

Road project point of contention

Some residents around Oak Ridge Road say Klickitat County wants to pave a section of the road, with a price tag of about $1 million, just so a...

 

Health Department offers flu shot video

Flu activity has been low in Washington in the early part of this season, so there’s still time to get vaccinated before illnesses start to mount, according to the state Department of Health. The De...

 

G3 sees rest area in future

Greater Goldendale Growth (G3) wants a rest area on SR-97 in Goldendale. The civic action group held its monthly meeting last Friday, a departure from its normal last Thursday of every month because o...

 

First snow

First snow of the season in Goldendale....

 

Ready for a hand up

The Father’s House Fellowship will be hosting the Christmas Store this year on Saturday, Dec. 3. Seen here are the many donations already received...

 

Drug busts and burglary keep police busy

A 16 year old male was arrested for residential burglary and theft last week, after being caught in a home while the home owner was still in the house. According to the report, the homeowner was at a...

 

Event raises money for mammography

The gala Black Tie and Blue Jeans event held Nov. 4 raised close to $4,000 toward the acquisition of a digital mammography machine for Klickitat...

 

Rodney Stinebaugh

Rodney Darrell Stinebaugh died at his home in Goldendale, on Nov. 17, 2011, at the age of 69, with Zoe the cat, faithfully by his side.  He was born April 24, 1942 in Ellensburg. Rodney was... Full story

 

Harriet Andrew

Harriet C. Andrew, 90, died Nov. 8, 2011, in The Dalles. She was born in La Grande, Ore., on Nov. 28, 1920, to Albert and Cora (Headley) Gotfredson. Harriet was raised in Bickleton, graduating in... Full story

 

Marnay Yeaman

Marnay Vilate Yeaman, 69, died Nov. 9, 2011, in Goldendale. She was born on April 22, 1942, in Evanston, Wyo., to William and Olive Wakkila. Marnay... Full story

 

Kathryn Carratt

Kathryn Carratt, long time resident of Centerville, died Nov. 11, 2011. Kathryn was born Jan. 8, 1917. She and her husband Tom were stewards of the... Full story

 

Harold Gray

Harold D. Gray, 81, of Goldendale, died Nov. 17, 2011, at the Klickitat Valley Hospital in Goldendale. Harold’s journey of life began Feb. 5, 1930,... Full story

 

Rosemary Patterson

Rosemary Jane (Murray) Murrow Patterson died Nov.12, 2011, at her home, surrounded by her family, after a brief battle with cancer. She was born Nov. 22, 1937 in The Dalles, to Howard Lewis (Tye)... Full story

 

The strength of America will get us through tough times

This Thanksgiving, whether you are traveling out of state to visit family or staying home to celebrate with friends, we will all take time to give thanks for the blessings in our lives. Thanksgiving...

 

Happy children have good ‘Habits’ to become leaders

Last Friday I traveled with Mark Heid, the superintendent, and some school board members to attend the annual Washington State School Directors' Association (WSSDA) conference in Bellevue. We had...

 

Uncovered coal trains have to stop

To the Editor: The Dallesport Community Council is concerned about the proposed shipping of up to 20 additional trains every day of up to 125 cars uncovered and loaded with coal from the Powder River...

 

Ah, coal!

To the Editor: I’m writing you today because I love coal, and it tastes delicious! Imagine coal dust glistening in the air, hugging us with its sweet flavor, while mercury, arsenic, and lead settle...

 

Kilroy was here, Penn gets citizenship, Archie Leach dies

Nov. 23: 534 BC—Thespis of Icaria becomes the first recorded actor to portray a character and is the source of the formal name for actors, thespians. 1876—William Magear “Boss” Tweed, corrupt...

 

Apply now for Christmas baskets, contact local Lions

As the winter discourages some of the members from a weekend camping, the Sundowners RV Club hold their monthly meetings at various restaurants in the gorge. On Sunday, 22 of them converged upon the...

 

Winter brings snow and slippery roads

Condolences are extended to Rosemary (Murray) Patterson’s family. Rosemary grew up in Glenwood; and was laid to rest at the Glenwood Cemetery following a memorial service at the Pioneer Memorial...

 

Here comes Santa Claus, for breakfast

Check out Mid-Columbia Producers’ new store that opened this week. Their new entrance for the store is on Railroad Avenue. The new store is bigger and well lit. The 21st Annual Candy Cane Lane light...

 

Future business leaders at work

Seven Goldendale High School Future Business leaders of America (FBLA) students attended a Jordan Brand marketing conference held on the Nike campus...

 

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