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Articles from the November 28, 2018 edition

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Vehicles bring library on the road

New mobile libraries are on the road and coming to rural communities in Klickitat and Skamania Counties. Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries is proud...

 

Girls getting to know new hoops coach Bomberger ahead of Friday's season opener

The Goldendale girls basketball team will look a little different than it has the past couple of years. The 2018-19 version of the Timberwolves will... Full story

 

Mix of young and old goldendale grapplers start Saturday in Yakima

Goldendale head wresting coach Matt Dumolt has had to go back to some of the basics with many of this year's Goldendale grapplers, with around half... Full story

 

Boys still building chemistry ahead of Friday's season opener at Wahluke

Like the Goldendale girls, the boys basketball team will have a lot of fresh faces in its starting five this season after the departure of last... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 28, 2018

A Thankful Community

For dozens of Goldendale residents, many of whom were without local family to join for the holiday, Thanksgiving was warm and memorable at The...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 28, 2018

Goldendale School District's financial peril by the numbers

This is a continuation of a story last week on the budgetary constrictions facing the Goldendale School District. In a budget document prepared for...

 

Nominate a local kid for 'Future of Good'

“The Future of Good” program, a youth-oriented positive action program by U.S. Cellular, returns for its fourth year to champion and invest in youth who are doing good in their communities by...

 

A Kiwi's thoughts on Maryhill and Stonehenge

A small museum perched on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful Columbia River Gorge in Washington is the last place you’d expect to find more than 85 works by Auguste Rodin including plaster...

 
 By Denice Owen    News    November 28, 2018

Restrictions in China hit Klickitat County in recycling

Changes in China are having an immediate effect here in Klickitat County. These changes include what can and cannot be recycled. The changes are a result in China’s restrictions on recycling, which...

 

Superior Court log

Below is a summary of resolutions from the Superior Court criminal docket for the week of Nov. 19, 2018, provided by Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney David R. Quesnel. Superior Court is in...

 

East District Court log

For Nov. 26, 2018: • Tiffany Manon Jones: 1) NVOL w/valid ID, (4/1/17); Committed, $200, 2) Op mot veh w/out insurance, (4/1/17); Committed, $200, 3) FL renew expired reg less then/=2 mths,...

 

Burglar arrested

On Nov. 25, at about 4:20 in the afternoon, Klickitat County Deputies Dwayne Matulovich, Melissa Wykes, and Tim Neher were dispatched to a burglary in progress at 1533 Highway 97. The property owner...

 

Free mental health course offered

The organization Our Klickitat is offering a free Mental Health First Aid Course. The event occurs on Tuesday, Dec. 18, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Father’s House Fellowship in Goldendale. This...

 

Candy Cane Lane contests and parade coming

Goldendale’s annual Candy Cane Lane parade and decorations contest are just around the corner. Elves will be surreptitiously checking out homes and businesses in the city to determine which ones...

 

Looking Back

November 23, 1893 – 125 years ago Centerville – The great news here is the death of the Klickitat Leader - Death caused by a kind of yellow fever called “unpaid bills,” and a lack of...

 

Catherine M. Krause

Kate Krause, 94, passed away Nov. 16 in The Dalles. Kate was born to Herbert and Gladys Austin in Cascade, Idaho on May 19, 1924. She grew up and went... Full story

 

Judith Bill Brown Thimsen

Judith Bill Brown Thimsen was born in Phoenix, Arizona, on Dec. 31, 1945, to parents Elden and Betty Brown. She was born to a Navy family, so Judi... Full story

 

Wyman urges Washingtonians to GiveSmart

In a season in which the spirit of generous giving is high, it is unfortunately common for scammers to take advantage of Washingtonians’ charitable nature. To ensure that all donations are going to...

 

How to best Capture Your Elder Loved Ones' Story

Dear Savvy Senior, I am interested in making a video of my 82-year-old parents’ life story/legacy and how they want to be remembered. With the holidays approaching, I thought this could be a neat gi...

 

Letters from the Community

Made the right choice My decision to vote for Chris Corry for State Representative was reaffirmed after reading Sasha Bentley’s letter in the Sentinel (Nov. 21). In that letter, she had the nerve...

 

Glenwood man is published

Corbin “CJ” Schuster received news that his manuscript on zebrafish spinal cord regeneration was accepted for publication last week. CJ, son of Regina Hernandez, is in a Doctoral program at...

 

How to help young people

If you desire to do something worthwhile for your community and youth, there is a couple of great job opportunities available. The Goldendale Prevention Coalition was recently awarded funding to...

 

Holiday food drive coming

The Goldendale Holiday Food Drive is being held Sunday, Dec. 9. It is an annual tradition and a joint effort of Goldendale Junior Community Chamber, Klickitat County Rural 7 Fire and Rescue, and Golde...

 

African Children's Choir in town

The internationally acclaimed African Children’s Choir will perform in Goldendale this Friday, Nov. 30, at 7 p.m. at Christ the King Lutheran Church, 104 E. Simcoe Drive in Goldendale. “The Africa...

 

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