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After two canceled meets, Goldendale wrestling faces Granger, Ki-Be and Wahluke in home double dual

After his kids matched up against some of the best wrestling competition in the state during the Davis Invitational on Dec. 3 in Yakima, Timberwolves... Full story


Goldendale's rock star Mystery rocks of fun and inspiration showing up around city

What is colorful, painted, and being found all over Goldendale? Klickitat County rocks. Local artist Pat Farrer got the idea to paint pictures and mes...

 By Jesse Robles    News    December 14, 2016

A Season of Giving: Goldendale charities on the cusp of Christmas

Thankgiving is over , the weather gets colder , the holidays are arounds the corner , and the thoughts of many turn to those with less than us. It is during these times that low-income citizens begin... Full story


Ocean Bryan, Allison Gilliam lead Goldendale to 2-0 week

The Goldendale Timberwolves girls basketball team jumped all over host Royal early during Saturday's 59-54 nonconference win, but what head coach...


Kilmer, Herrera Beutler and Murphy introduce bipartisan bill to help mental health patients in crisis

for facilities that provide short-term stays for individuals suffering from psychiatric and substance disorders. The Treatment Advocacy Center reports that there are just 37,559 inpatient beds availab...


A Warm and Fuzzy Christmas

Previously on “A Warm and Fuzzy Christmas”: The Barnes family has been driving through a remote section of Washington State to a timeshare for Christmas vacation, intended to give Wil the break... Full story


Lucille Ruth (Bohlman) Lefever

Lucille Ruth (Bohlman) Lefever passed away Dec. 7, 2016 in The Dalles, Oregon, at the age of 98. She was born in Portland on Sept. 9, 1918 to her... Full story


Shirley Ann Iams

Shirley was born on July 4, 1927, the only child of Otis and Cora Branton. They lived on a farm outside of Goldendale, Wash. She enjoyed stamp... Full story


Alan R. Kauffman

Alan R. Kauffman passed away on Dec. 11, 2016. A complete obituary will appear soon.... Full story


Goldendale pregnancy resource center

As we ramp up for Christmas and those of faith are pondering the reason for the season- the miraculous birth of Jesus Christ-it seems all too fitting...


County Republican Party-has the purge begun?

Saturday , Dec. 3, the Klickitat County Republican Party (KCRP) was taken over by a coalition of three overlapping groups. The first seemed to be women tired of the previous chairman’s misogyny ,... Full story


Dems are losing the unions

Why have many American workers abandoned the Democrat ic Party? During the last 50 years, Republicans have systematically weakened the unions, historically a Democratic Party base. This has led to... Full story


Christmas coloring contest in full swing

The Glenwood Station is holding its annual Christmas coloring contest. Entries will be divided into two age groups, ages 6 and under and 7 – 12. Coloring pages may be picked up at the station....


Holiday concert coming

Lyle Community Schools invites the community to celebrate the season with our students and faculty. Bring the family for a delightful holiday concert featuring students in Kindergarten through 12th...


Columbus Avenue Baptist Church

Christmas is a wonderful time of the year. Filled with Family gatherings, heart lifting music, sharing of gifts, cards from friends and lots of food and fun. However, in the midst of all our...


Christmas Bazaar

Goldendale is in the spirit of the season. With the Farmers’ Market Christmas Bazaar and downtown merchants opening their doors to shoppers this Saturday, Dec. 17th, there’s no reason to brave... Full story


Gorge teams to state robotics tournament

Almost 400 students aged nine to 14 from schools all around the Gorge showed off their robotic talents over the last two weekends in the Gorge. Sixty-five student teams worked over the past several...


Drugs increase as a factor in traffic deaths: Drunk, Drugs, or high, it's a Dui

Law enforcement agencies across the state are participating in extra patrols aimed at getting DUI drivers off the roads over this holiday season from Dec. 15 to Jan. 1. “The Washington Traffic...


Where'd that come from? Pull the wool over someone's eyes. (Phrase)

This term is from the early 1800s and means to fool or lie to someone and get away with it through deception and trickery. From the early 1600s to present day, judges in Europe adorn wigs made from... Full story


A special delivery that reminds us of the season

Newspapers, even in staid little villages such as Goldendale, get lots of calls alerting them to really important stories that they should get on... Full story


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