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Chamber back in original office

After a major remodel and expansion, the Greater Goldendale Area Chamber of Commerce directors and members celebrated the reopening of the building at 903 East Broadway and announced election results...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    December 7, 2016

Goldendale boys drop season opener by one in Mabton

Goldendale boys' basketball head coach Ted Wilkins said the thing he likes most about this year's edition of the Timberwolves is how aggressive they...

 

Missing man's body found

The body of a missing fishermen with ties to Wasco County was recovered Monday off the shoreline of Roosevelt, near the location the boat he was in capsized more than two weeks ago. “We put a lot of...

 
 By Roger Nichols    News    December 7, 2016

City hears 'Wall That Heals' is coming

The Wall That Heals is coming to Goldendale. That's the biggest news out of Monday's Goldendale City Council meeting, which mostly dealt with routine...

 

The power of the Wall, and why it's coming

Goldendale Masonic Lodge wants the community to have the opportunity to really honor veterans, and they aren't stopping at the Veterans Day parade. Cu...

 

Observatory changes still in the works

-From Seattle Astronomy, Dec. 4, 2016. Big changes are in store at the Goldendale Observatory . The facility's telescope, installed in 1973, has alrea...

 

A nostalgic stroll down Candy Cane Lane

Tis the season for tradition, and one of Goldendale's most beloved of winter traditions will be marching its way through town for its 26th year; this...

 

Dear Goldendale Sentinel Readers

Dear Goldendale Sentinel Readers, At this time of planetary strife in which evil seems to reign in so many places; in which greed for power results in civil wars and mass homelessness; in which...

 

Local music students make a concerted effort

Contrary to what the Goldendale School District calendar and, resultantly, our Holiday Events page, said, the Goldendale Middle and High School...

 

How to provide a long-term safe 'Aging-in-place' home

Dear Savvy Senior, My husband and I are thinking about making some modifications to our home so we can remain living there for as long as possible. Can you recommend some good resources that can help...

 

A serious discussion on the election

No balloons, no confetti, little pomp and circumstance accompanied Trump’s decisive victory. Now sore-loser, entitlement minded, and anarchist protesters help us pragmatic and critical thinking...

 

Blowing glass, giving sass, and making art high class Jeanne and Pat put the 'art' in partners

This week's column will technically feature two businesses that share a space: Pat's Place Studio and Gallery and Golden Photo, both located at 105...

 

John Wesley (Wes) Loftin

John Wesley (Wes) Loftin was born on May 29, 1939, in The Dalles, Oregon to John Wesley Loftin and Delores Elizabeth West. Wes passed on Nov. 26, 2016 in his home with his family by his side. Wes grad...

 

Katherine Rice Larson

Katherine Rice Larson, age 81 passed away at South Lyon Medical Center in Yerington, Nevada on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016. She suffered from Alzheimer's...

 

Santa still available next week for latecomers at Activity Center

If your children missed Santa’s visit last Sunday evening, you missed a great time, but—you still have a chance to have them deliver their wishes next Saturday, Dec 17 from around 5:45 p.m. at...

 

Get your Glenwood Christmas cookbooks now

Looking for a great Christmas gift idea? The Glenwood Homemakers still have a few of their awesome cookbooks left. They are $15 each and are available at the Glenwood General Store or from Chris...

 

BPA puts flight warning balls on wires across river near Wishram

Seemingly, just in time for Christmas, colorful balls now adorn the power lines crossing the Columbia River at Wishram. Klickitat Sheriff Bob Songer...

 

Page 7 Press Release

Rep. Herrera Beutler’s statement on the wires balls: “I applaud the BPA for making it safer to fly through the Columbia River Gorge—this measure should give pilots time to maneuver safely and...

 

Surrounding Districts and Community Invited to Lyle Schools' College Fair Dec. 7

Representatives from at least 11 colleges and technical schools are scheduled to participate in Lyle Community Schools' College Fair on Dec. 7, 3 - 5...

 

Skamania and Klickitat County WSU Extensions under new direction

Hannah Brause has been named the new Washington State University Klickitat-Skamania County Extension Director and Agriculture and Natural Resource Unit faculty. Jim Kropf, WSU Extension Director of...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    December 7, 2016

Timberwolves hang tough early, fall to scrappy Vikings to start season

Right off the bat Goldendale girls basketball head coach Mike Plum was excited to test his team's new up-tempo, fast break offense against the Mabton...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    December 7, 2016

Heart and hustle

It was a tough way to open the season, but that's what Goldendale wrestling head coach Matt Dumolt wanted for his group of young and inexperienced...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    December 7, 2016

Cougars, Vandals open hoops season with jamboree

The Klickitat-Glenwood and Lyle-Wishram hoops teams got their first taste of action this season on Thursday at the Klickitat Jamboree, as they and...

 

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