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Articles from the December 16, 2015 edition

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 By Lou Marzeles    News    December 16, 2015

Maryhill Festival of Speed head calls it quits

After a decade of being one of the highly visible events in the field of downhill speed racing, the fabled Maryhill Festival of Speed (FOS) has hit a...

 
 By Inez Freeman    News    December 16, 2015

Carpenter: Observatory to become 'world class'

Excitement is in the air on Observatory Hill, especially in the voice of Interpretive Specialist Troy Carpenter at the Goldendale Observatory.... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    December 16, 2015

Area experts warn of ongoing IRS scam 'epidemic'

It's terror through the phone lines-and it purports to be coming from your own government. The IRS scam, in which burly-sounding phony IRS agents...

 

County one of several landslide danger zones

The Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) warns that almost half the state-including Klickitat County-runs high risks of landslides....

 

KID'S DELIGHT

Santa listens closely to the wish list of a fan Saturday night at the Goldendale Masonic lodge after the Candy Cane Lane Parade....

 

SO THAT'S HOW IT'S DONE:

Students at Goldendale High School got a close-up look at bomb squad operations last week when law enforcement agencies held an assembly on the...

 

Grants benefit more than 200 Goldendale agriculture students

The Goldendale Agriculture Program was recently selected to receive three grants that will benefit the students in its program in grades 7-12. The...

 

Richard Teal

Richard (Dick) Teal was born on Jan. 21, 1926 near Baudette, Minnesota and he passed away on Dec. 7, 2015 at the age of 89 in Boise, Idaho. He was... Full story

 

Gayle Cameron

Gayle Lynn Cameron was born in Toppenish, Washington on January 31, 1953 to Ellamae (Gidion) and Eldon Thompson. She passed away in Vancouver, Washington on December 2, 2015 at the age of 62.... Full story

 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - December 16, 1965 • New officers was elected by the Mutton Heads 4-H club at a recent meeting with Dawn Basse named president; Pam Gray, vice-president; Gary Willis, secretary;...

 

Reception Thursday to honor Centerville School board members

Centerville School is having a reception to honor Board Members, John Garner and Tony Sarsfield. The reception will be held in the Centerville School library this Thursday, Dec. 17 from 6 p.m. to...

 

Lyle, Dallesport, Klickitat residents asked to participate in substance abuse survey

KLASAC is inviting Klickitat, Lyle and Dallesport area residents to participate in an on-line survey about attitudes and knowledge related to alcohol and substance abuse. The survey is conducted by...

 

WSU's medical school can benefit Goldendale

How will Washington State University’s plan to have a second public medical school in the state of Washington impact Goldendale? We believe it will make things better in a variety of significant...

 

Impossible dialog on resolutions

To the Editor: It’s coming…almost time to make those New Year’s Resolutions. With so many Christmas parties and gifts of homemade goodies, it will be a good time to review your 2015 ones. Ask yo...

 

Let's face facts

To the Editor: I would like to address and correct some of the facts that Mr. Hoyt spoke of in his letter published on Dec. 9. The way to work on this issue is to understand the facts and deal with...

 

A simple solution for complicated times

To the Editor: In light of current events occurring in the world and how lack of proper preparation tends to expand problems, I am suggesting that our communities here in central Washington should...

 

Missed Santa? He returns to Activity Center Saturday

Photos of the children with Santa were posted in the Lyle Post Office on Thursday, but on Friday they were gone. It's hard to believe that all the...

 

Glenwood's December precipitation more than 9 inches so far

How about that water last week? Several days of heavy rain caused high water levels to rush through the Glenwood area on Wednesday, Dec. 9. Sandbagging activities were seen along the Mt. Adams...

 
 By Jim White    News    December 16, 2015

What's in the Sky in January

January presents skies full of bright dazzling stars and planets, when the clouds part in this cold winter month. And you don't have to wait until...

 

Klickitat County Prosecutor's log

Below is a summary of resolutions from Superior Court criminal docket for the week of Dec. 7, provided by Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney David R. Quesnel. Superior Court is in session... Full story

 

Don't buy into gift card scams

Gift cards may be the most popular and convenient holiday gift, but Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington warns of bogus cards and security flaws. According to the Natio...

 

Mail thieves nabbed by GPD

The investigation by Goldendale Police of mailbox damage and mail theft that occurred around Thanksgiving has culminated in the arrest of four Goldendale juveniles. The youth are also suspect in a...

 

'A Warm and Fuzzy Christmas': Part 4 (conclusion)

P art 4-Previously on "A Warm and Fuzzy Christmas": The Barneses, on their way to a timeshare for their Christmas vacation to give Wil a writer's...

 

Holiday to set new all-time travel record

Christmas this year will see more Americans traveling than any other time in the country's history, according to projections by the American...

 

East District Court

November 19 • Candido Cobarrubias Casas: Speeding 20 MPH over limit (10/9/15); committed, fine $125; OP Motor Veh. w/o Insurance (10/9/15); committed, fine $350. • Maricela Guadalupe Landajj-B:...

 

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