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Gomer

This is Gomer, he’s three years old. He was in a home with lots of other dogs but would need to be in a calmer home without kids. “Kids make him...

 

GPD receives accreditation award

The Goldendale Police Department is now the 51st agency in the State of Washington to successfully meet the professional standards as outlined by the...

 

Local Christmas bazaars and events aplenty this weekend

Recently there has been a big push for consumers to start or continue to shop locally. Supporting local economy is the major influence of this push....

 

Gone fishing

A great blue heron looks for a meal on the Klickitat River, Saturday....

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 30, 2011

Majority want road paved: Struck

Former Klickitat County Commissioner Don Struck says reports of residents around Oak Ridge Road opposing its paving don’t accurately reflect the...

 

Operation Sleigh Bells returns to county

Santa is coming to town. Yes, your town. Like last year, the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office will be escorting Santa Claus and his sleigh to all...

 

2011 Winter Sports Schedules

Here are the 2011 Winter Sports Schedules for the areas listed above....

 

This week's Most Wanted

The Goldendale Police are looking for Joshua L. Butler. Butler is wanted for assault and disorderly conduct. Butler is 5-8 with blue eyes and brown...

 

Bureau warns against holiday charity scams

As scammers seek to exploit holiday generosity, Better Business Bureau urges consumers to protect well-intentioned donations. According to the Nonprofit Research Collaborative’s November 2010...

 

“Share the Warmth” drive underway at local real estate agencies

Windermere/Glenn Taylor Real Estate announced that the company’s offices in Hood River, Bingen, Goldendale and Stevenson are hosting their annual “Share the Warmth” donation drive now through...

 

Parks and Recreation Commission looks to legislature for continued support

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission has outlined a strategy to transform its operating model and be prepared for a budget gap as high as $30 million. Historically, Washington State...

 

Two cars stolen last week in Goldendale

Goldendale Police are looking for information that will help solve two stolen vehicle cases. The first car was reported stolen on the morning of Nov. 22 from the 200 block of North Columbus. The car,...

 

Commission will consider adoption

After four years of development and extensive public review, the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will consider adoption of a plan to guide state conservation and management of gray wolves as...

 

On-line calculator gives public state budget balancing experience

The League of Education Voters released an updated version of its online budget calculator today, giving Washington voters the opportunity to step into the shoes of lawmakers and balance the...

 

Frank Kenneth Ross

Frank Kenneth Ross was born June 10, 1922. Raised in Yakima, he was the only son of George Kenneth Ross and Ida Mae (Moenty) Ross. Frank graduated fro... Full story

 

William Leonard Hanson

Sept. 4, 1947- Nov. 15, 2011 “Oh Shimmer of Light” “When darkness prevailed there was always a glimmer all-be-it lately, somewhat dimmer. “From his depths did radiate, a shine to facilitate,... Full story

 

Alyce Woodruff

Alyce Mae (Browning) Woodruff, 78, of Wahkiacus, died Nov. 26, 2011. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, Dec. 3 at 3 p.m. at the Goldendale Seventh-Day Adventist Church on Bickleton Hwy. A... Full story

 

Erickson-Pope marry

Laura Marie Erickson and Ryan David Pope were married Sept. 10, at Schoepflin’s Private Airport in Palouse. Laura is the daughter of Gary and Linda...

 

Michael Alan Schultz

Michael Alan Schultz was born to Mike Schultz and Sheila Crapper at Skyline Hospital in White Salmon on Nov. 23, 2011. He weighed 8 lbs. and 13 oz., and was 22 inches long. Maternal grandparents are...

 

Keep that strong start to the shopping season at home

It’s time to give a gift that keeps giving to the whole community: Get what you can this Christmas as close to home as possible. All indications...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    November 30, 2011

The telescope, Scrabble, Alka Seltzer

Nov. 30: 884—The Reincarnation Movement begins in Hell due to overcrowding. 1782—Revolutionary War ends when Britain and the United States sign preliminary peace articles in Paris. 1940—After...

 

Local farmers’ markets help all

To the Editor: Our region has much to celebrate during this time of Thanksgiving, particularly appreciation for the recent harvests. I am fortunate enough to be at the forefront of the local food scen...

 

On the medical marijuana moratorium

To the Editor: I thought it was important for me to elucidate on several points your newspaper reported concerning the medical marijuana/hemp moratorium issue. First of all the city of Goldendale...

 

On the medical marijuana moratorium II

To the Editor: I was reading the article on the debate on medical marijuana and thought I would respond to one thing that Kenneth McKune said during his presentation. I am a pastor, and I thought...

 

Save GVT

To the Editor: We are the residents of Golden View Terrace. We are between 69 and 99. We are here because we cannot live alone. We are here because we need assistance. We are here because we have...

 

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