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 By Lou Marzeles    News    December 2, 2015

Council selects new member amid executive session controversy

The only note of controversy arising from Monday’s special meeting of the Goldendale city council occurred in the audience when a motion was passed... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    December 2, 2015

KPUD to hold public budget meeting

The Klickitat PUD (KPUD) will hold a public hearing on its proposed 2016 budget at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 8, at the utility’s office in Goldendale....

 

Cougar Fire meeting to focus on aftermath

A free public program with panel speakers and audience participation on the effects of the Mt. Adams fire earlier this year will take place Friday,...

 

Local man paints verbal portraits of wilderness

Skip Johnson graduated high school in Goldendale in 1986. He joined the Marines about a year later and was stationed in Camp Lejeune. As an...

 

John Radcliffe

John Jesse Radcliffe was born in Goldendale, Washington on January 3, 1932 to Velma (Conlee) and Norman K. Radcliffe. In 1949, he married Amaryllis... Full story

 

Jean Long

Jean R. Long, a resident of Moro, Oregon died Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015 in The Dalles. She was 84 years of age. Services will be held on Thursday, Dec. 3, at 11 a.m., at the Moro Community Presbyterian... Full story

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - December 2, 1965 The Klickitat County Wool Pool Association held election of officers at their annual meeting, Nov. 3. Elected to the board of directors were Carl Klocker, president; Wa...

 
 By Lisa Brown    News    December 2, 2015

WSU Spokane making progress with new public medical school

How will Washington State University’s plan to have a second public medical school in the state of Washington impact Goldendale? Administrators at Washington State University believe it will make th...

 
 By Bob Yoesle    Opinion    December 2, 2015

Dream of what could be and ask, 'Why not'?

In a Nov. 4 Goldendale Sentinel article—”New vision, and some old problems, for the Chamber”—Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Dana Peck praised the Goldendale Observatory and recognized...

 

Santa arrives in Lyle Sunday

From the East Coast to the West coast families converged on the Lyle Lions Club in honor of Tom Bryan's 90th birthday and he and wife Joyce's 70th...

 

Order Glenwood cookbooks now

I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family and friends – and were blessed with too much to eat so you had leftovers to enjoy the following day(s)! A bit of white in the valley has...

 

Clark College in the Gorge hosts Open House Dec. 9

Clark College will host an open house on Wednesday, Dec. 9, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at its Bingen campus. The evening’s program will feature a guest speaker Rebecca Kleiva from Clark’s...

 

A Warm and Fuzzy Christmas

Previously on "A Warm and Fuzzy Christmas": The Barnes family-husband Wil, wife Jen, daughter Samantha, son Josh, and their dog Banjo-has been...

 

Timberwolves shake off rust at Jamboree, host River View on Friday

It took a little while for the Timberwolves to shake off the rust and jitters at the Stevenson Jamboree, Monday, but with games lasting just 10... Full story

 

Coastal 1B All Conference football team announced

Lyle-Wishram placed four players on first team All Conference for the Coastal area teams, which includes the Cougars. First team quarterback was...

 

Goldendale wrestling schedule additions

There a several additions to the Goldendale wrestling schedule since the original schedule was published in The Sentinel last week. The first addition is this Saturday morning at A.C. Davis High...

 

Area youth attend conference to provide a positive alternative to drugs, alcohol use

The Klickitat and Lyle Teens Against Drugs and Alcohol (TADAA!) were able to attend the National Youth Leadership Initiative (NYLI) training last... Full story

 

A FATHERLY THANKSGIVING

There was more than one church Thanksgiving dinner offered this year in Goldendale, but the oldest seems to be the one at the Father's House, with...

 

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