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Penny and Tina

Penny (left) is a shepherd mix, probably four years old. She is very shy and a little skid-dish and needs to go to a home with a very secured fenced...

 

School levy election results

In the special election day results last night, the Goldendale School District Maintenance and Operations levy passed by a margin of 61.45 percent. Every district in Klickitat County passed its M&O...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    February 15, 2012

Chamber brings the ‘old-fashioned’ town hall meeting back to town

It’s a tradition largely used as metaphor these days: the town hall meeting. Time was when towns had a town hall and had meetings in it fairly...

 

GPS puts live news on the air

Kids these days, they can really amaze the adults in their lives by what they are capable of. At Goldendale Primary School (GPS), a group of six fourt...

 

Court asked to throw out redistricting plans

John Milem, a Vancouver activist who has followed the redistricting process for decades, has asked the state Supreme Court to throw out the newly adopted legislative and congressional redistricting...

 

Board president: ‘Fair will go on’ despite new budget cuts

“The fair will go on,” said Klickitat County Fair Board President Juan Randall. The Fair Board got word in the fall of 2011 that the state might...

 

Gay marriage bill challenged in referendum filing

Challengers of Washington’s newly signed gay-marriage bill have filed a referendum challenge. Less than four hours after Gov. Chris Gregoire signed into law the bill authorizing civil marriage for...

 

Wearing red for women's heart health

Red was the theme at the Wear Red Fashion Show at Klickitat Valley Health on Tuesday, Feb. 7. The event’s 10 models volunteered to show support for...

 

Mayor sees new logo, flag for Goldendale

New Goldendale mayor Clint Baze wants to have a contest to design a new logo and flag for the city. “I’ll put up $100 of my own money” to go...

 

Liquor store assault and robbery arrests made

A woman was assaulted during the theft of liquor from the Stage Stop liquor store on Feb. 8. Police arrested Marcilene Stahi, 19, and Jaeray Jackson, 21, as they were walking along Roosevelt moments...

 

This week's most wanted

The Goldendale Police are looking for Nicole Finn. Finn, 31, is wanted for failure to appear on a charge of third degree theft. Finn is 5-5, 170...

 

Mary Ann Garcia

Mary Ann Garcia, 95, of Goldendale, died Jan. 28, 2012. Her husband, Fred, and sons Fred Jr. and Jack, preceded her in death. Survivors include a son, Jim and daughter Teresa Mitchel; sisters,... Full story

 

Dale Ferchaud

Dale William Ferchaud, 65, former Goldendale resident, died Feb. 12, 2012, at OHSU in Portland. He was born March 26, 1946, and lived in Goldendale from 1992 to 2007, where he owned and operated... Full story

 

Kuhnhausen service set

A memorial service for Jerry Kuhnhausen will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25, at the American Legion in Goldendale. For information, call Wanda Cela at (360) 521-4111.... Full story

 

Fill-a-Bag gives food bank 14,000 pounds of food

Riverview Community Bank has announced its annual food drive efforts brought in the equivalent of 720,000 pounds of food for local food banks. The total included a $6,500 contribution from the Bank...

 

Jaycees and GGCC to present awards

The Goldendale Jaycees and Greater Goldendale Area Chamber of Commerce will be holding the annual community Distinguished Service Awards on Thursday, Feb. 23, at the Community Grace Brethren Church....

 

GMS honor roll announced

Goldendale Middle School released the names of students listed on the honor roll for the second quarter of the 2011-12 school year. Included are: Eighth grade: Connor Abbott, Jesse Bartkowski, Logan...

 

Justman-Larsen marry

Andrea Justman and Andrew Larsen were married in a civil ceremony on Oct. 3, 2011, in Astoria Ore. Andrea is a 2005 graduate of Klickitat High...

 

Emmett Michale Montgomery

Emmett Michale Montgomery was born Jan. 22, 2012, to Kate and Shaun Montgomery. He weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces, and was 20 inches at birth. Maternal grandparents are John and Kathy Hoctor of...

 

Looking Back

25 years Ago – February 12, 1987 • After six months as an interim minister, Pastor Steve Smith of the Goldendale Christian Center has announced that his flock will sell their building and...

 

Community building takes persistence and confidence

“They said it couldn’t be done,” goes a sardonic twist on a popular saying, “so we didn’t try.” That would also be the battle cry of...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    February 15, 2012

Socrates, Huckleberry Finn, Iwo Jima, flying car, Shoeless Joe

Feb. 15: 399 BC—Serial philosopher Socrates is tried and sentenced to death. 1799—In County Auditor history, Pennsylvania authorizes first printed ballots in the US. 1879—The Supreme Court may...

 

Bickleton is a busy place

Two separate birthday parties were held at the Ayutla’s Restaurant in Goldendale on Saturday.  Half of each crowd knew half of the other crowd, so was a fun noisy party with a lot of visiting...

 

Eyeglasses, can tabs, canceled postage stamps, can be recycled for re-use

The Glenwood Grange 94 Family Living Program is designed to encourage activities that will result in better living at the local, state, national, and international level. To that end, The Grange is...

 

Trade seeds, tubers, plant starts at annual seed swap

Everyone is welcome to come to the Third Annual Goldendale Seed Swap which is scheduled for Saturday, March 3, at the Goldendale Library, 131 W Burgen. Drop in between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., and bring...

 

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