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Centerville woman caught in full fury of Philippines typhoon

A visit to the Philippines to deal with some housing issues put a Centerville woman, literally into the eye of a storm, as typhoon Hainan swept...

 

New cattle killing sparks fresh KCSO action

The Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) is continuing investigations into recent illegal killings of cattle. On Oct. 12, KCSO began an investigation into the illegal shooting and butchering of...

 

Cultural Event showcases native culture

"Did you see the size of those salmon?" marveled many in the preparation phase for Wishram's 13th annual Cultural Event. Wilbur Slockish, Chief of the...

 
 By Jim Fisher    News    December 4, 2013

City hears on crime, poaching, fire volunteers

The Goldendale City Council met Monday evening to talk crime and utility payments and to hear a presentation from the Goldendale Firefighter’s Association. Scott Randall, interim president of the...

 

Christmas events rolling out this weekend

This weekend kicks off a series of holiday events going on between now and Christmas Day. • Saturday, Dec. 7, is the Centerville Holiday Craft Bazaar, at the Centerville School from 10 a.m. to 4...

 

Nativity scenes featured again at LDS Church

Central to the Christmas season for Christians everywhere is the story of the birth of Jesus Christ. Many families celebrate by setting out a...

 

Centerville Christmas Bazaar is fundraiser

The second annual Holiday Craft Bazaar hosted by the Parent Teacher Community (PTC) at Centerville school is happening on Dec. 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. “All these little extra things we do are...

 

Klickitat County employment status showing signs of improving

The Washington State Employment Security Division (ESD) has released its most recent report on Klickitat County’s employment status, entitled the Labor Area Summary. The report is dated October...

 

Most Wanted

This week's most wanted by the Goldendale Police is William Davis. Davis, 36, is 6-1, 200 pounds with blue eyes and brown hair. Davis is wanted on a...

 

Gorge Robotics Tournaments Dec. 7, 8, 15

Families and robot lovers of all ages are invited to watch the fun at the Columbia Gorge FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) Tournaments in December....

 

Blanche Clark

Blanche Lamar (Saunders) Clark passed away on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, at the age of 87. The last of 12 siblings, she was born July 15, 1926 in Yakima, Wash. She lived most of her childhood and part... Full story

 

Eula Smith

Eula Pearl Smith went home to be with the Lord on November 28, 2013 at Riverview Manor in Selah, WA. She was 97 years young. Eula was born April 6,... Full story

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago – December 5, 1963 • Rimrock rancher, Laurence Schroder, reported that since September he has lost 25 breeding ewes, apparently the work of a pack of dogs. “We figure we’ve lost...

 

Longstanding tradition continues - Christmas tags at local banks

All three of the banks in the community will have tags that list a request for a Christmas gift for a needy child or senior. Anyone can take a tag and fill a request to make someone’s Christmas...

 

State insurance commissioner needs to ensure choices

Washington State Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler made national news when he quickly rejected President Obama’s call for insurers to extend individual health insurance policies cancelled...

 
 By TJ Wilder    Opinion    December 4, 2013

Failure can be a highly successful undertaking in a life of faith

Everyone wants to be a success. I have never met anyone who purposely set out to be a failure. I am sure, this is why so much has been written on the topic “How to be a Success” and why these...

 

Burgins and Greens welcome newest additions

There are some hard-working students who deserve recognition for earning grades that entitle them to be included on the Term One Honor Roll at the Glenwood School. Sixth Grade: Carmen Guzman, Erika...

 

Bazaar at Dallesport log building this weekend

Due to certain comments about my timing in writing the Lyle News; when reading my submission, please take in consideration that I send my column in on Sundays, therefore some of my “news” may be...

 

Lyle breakfast to benefit Christmas basket program

Come and enjoy a “delicious” pancake breakfast on Saturday, Dec. 7, from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the Lyle Lions Community Center located on the corner of State Route 14 and 5th St. There will also...

 

Hear's Goldendale columnist says farewell to readers

Golden Pine Alpacas Holiday Sale is Dec. 6 and 7, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. The event features an open house with alpaca products for holiday giving and an open barn for guests who wish to get...

 

Christmas bazaar Sunday

All the folks who went to the beach for the Thanksgiving holiday made many comments about the wind on their way home. Some actually saw the water blowing right up out of the Columbia River. The...

 

Area teams launch basketball season at Goldendale Jamboree

Area high school teams were back in action on the hardwood courts at Goldendale, last Saturday in the first Goldendale basketball jamboree. Teams...

 

Ross and Graff named Outstanding Players at volleyball celebration

Goldendale’s volleyball team celebrated their season last week and voted 2013 team awards. The 2013 captains were seniors Jamie Beierle and Sawyer Ross. Ross was selected as the team’s Most...

 

Large group out for wrestling at Goldendale

Andrew Christiansen Reporter Goldendale has 29 wrestlers out for the sport this year, an up-tick in numbers that could be related to club wrestling. For several years, Matt Dumolt has been overseeing...

 

East District Court

November 5 • Phillip Clifton Boswell: Criminal Trespass-2nd degree (10/22/13); guilty plea, fine/fees $673, 12 mo. probation. • Cassandra Lynn Bruce: Marijuana Poss Less/Equal 40 grams (9/5/13);...

 

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