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 By Lou Marzeles    News    February 22, 2012

Maryhill Museum’s new wing takes shape

The Maryhill Museum has gone underground. The new Mary and Bruce Stevenson Wing of the renowned museum is, to be exact, about 8,425 square feet of...

 

Breeder’s horses seized, owner charged

Eighteen horses and one pony were seized by the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office last Wednesday, taken from a breeder charged with mistreating the animals. The horses were seized from a Shagya...

 

Local man named NRCS volunteer of the year

A local man has been named USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service’s (NRCS) top volunteer for 2012. Timothy Rinehart received NRCS’ National Earth Team Individual Volunteer Award from Roylene...

 

Students acquire new skills as interns abroad

Local college students Ryell Carley and Tanner Milliren (Goldendale High School graduates of 2009 and 2008, respectively) are spending their winter...

 

Coach and Player of the Year

The Goldendale Lady Timberwolves have made it to the State basketball playoffs for the first time in 14 years thanks to the leadership of Coach Lance...

 

Theaters in state considering serving beer and wine

Washington’s historic movie houses are thinking about serving patrons beer and wine to go with their pizza and popcorn. Movie patrons who frequent historic theaters may soon be able to enjoy a...

 

Betty Thornton

Betty Maxine Thornton, recently a resident of Goldendale, passed away on February 16, 2012 at the age of 88. Betty was born July 7, 1923 to Roy Edward Brown and Grace Leona Ramey Brown in Schaller,... Full story

 

David Burkhart

In memory of our brother, David Burkhart. He was born in Tulsa, Okla., on Sept. 4, 1946, moved to Canoga Park, Calif., in 1956 with his family. He ent... Full story

 

Jeanne Simi

Jeanne Ann (Logan) Simi of Wishram, Washington passed away peacefully on February 16, 2012 while surrounded by her children. Jeanne Ann Logan was... Full story

 

FBLA presents Jobs Program Open House

If you stop by the Goldendale Primary School (GPS) before the bell rings on a Monday, Tuesday, or a Friday morning, you might find a couple of kids...

 

State honors Goldendale Library for 100 years of service

One of the first birthday presents gifted to the Goldendale Community Library came last week, a resolution honoring it for its 100 years of service to the Goldendale community. The library has been...

 

Legislature may be making us another ‘deadbeat’ state

There is finally a bit of good news from Olympia. The state’s Revenue Forecast Council reports that tax revenues for this biennium will be $96 million higher than projected last November, and state...

 

KVH Hospice provides best service

To the Editor: My heartfelt gratitude goes to all the wonderful nurses and staff at Klickitat Valley Hospital’s Hospice Department. During the recent illness of a family member, I was witness to...

 
 By Tim ONeill    Humor    February 22, 2012

Tootsie Roll, Grand Canyon National Park, Methodist Church

Feb. 22: 1630—Pilgrims given popcorn for the first time by Native Americans just in time for the coming attractions. 1746—France picks on someone not its own size by when it conquers Brussels. 185...

 

Lyle Lions Club to hold appreciation dinner for area’s volunteer firefighters

It is good to hear that the Lyle Lions Club is hosting an Appreciation Dinner for Appleton, Dallesport, High Prairie and Lyle Fire District volunteers and their families; for all their hard work in...

 

Congressional candidates to speak at Democrats’ March 5 meeting

The Klickitat County Democrats will have a March meeting on Monday, March 5, at 6:30 p.m., at the Goldendale Library, in the room downstairs. Featured guest speakers will be Third Congressional...

 

TL students travel to DI and robotics competitions; plans for annual arts festival now under way

Here in Trout Lake although the winter is (finally) fully upon us, life has not slowed down. That is certainly the case for students at the Trout Lake School! After months of hard work the first...

 

Firemen’s turkey dinner plans in the works

Heads up all of you turkey lovers. Fire District 3 volunteers are planning their annual turkey dinner for Saturday, March 17. The all-you-can-eat dinner with all-the fixings is only $8 for adults and...

 

Looking Back

25 Years Ago – February 19, 1987 • Recently elected (or re-elected) county officials posed for their photo on the courthouse steps recently. They are Fred Holly, Alan Shipp, Gerald Matosich,...

 

GHS art on display at Yakima gallery for regional competition

A larger than usual collection of about 150 entries from some of South Central Washington’s best young creative talents are filling the gallery...

 

GHS trio selected to perform at state music conference

Three Goldendale High music students have qualified to participate in Washington Music Educators Association Bi-Annual State Conference. Shelby...

 

Cow/calf feeding seminar and dinner to be held at Centerville

On Feb. 23, a sponsored dinner and educational presentations for cattle producers will be held at the Centerville Grange beginning at 5 p.m. This free event is co-sponsored by WSU Extension, the...

 

Three top four finishes for Goldendale wrestlers

They didn’t come away with the gold medals for their divisions, but Goldendale’s wrestlers set new high marks for themselves and finished 12th as...

 

Lady Wolves earn first trip to State in 14 years

Goldendale’s girls return to the State basketball tournament for the first time since 1998 after winning three straight games to close out the...

 

tlg girls make first round of state playoffs

Trout Lake-Glenwood is going to State in basketball for the second time since the schools combined their efforts. The last time was 2008. The Lady...

 

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