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Council works on end-of-year housekeeping

Goldendale City Council members rolled through a number of housekeeping measures Monday night for their final meeting of the year. That included...

 

Art gallery to close

Big River Art and Crafts gallery, after bouncing from building to building in Goldendale over the past few years, will close its doors for good next...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    December 23, 2015

New music teacher calls Goldendale home

Danny Schneider has made strong first impressions since his recent arrival in Goldendale. The Goldendale School District's new music teacher hadn't... Full story

 

TWO-FER ACCIDENT

Two different semis jackknifed Thursday shortly after noon on Highway 97 just south of Three Creeks. A small tow truck was sent to the site, but they...

 

Gas prices in state and nation hit new low

U.S. average gas prices dropped below $2 per gallon Monday for the first time since March 25, 2009, according to AAA. Today’s national average price of gas is $1.99 per gallon. Estimates are that...

 

Police action mostly with weather-related accidents

Weather contributed to plenty of action for law enforcement officers in Klickitat County during the past week. The Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office reports show 10 accidents responded to by the...

 

Sandra Marshall

Beloved sister, mother, grandmother, aunt, wife, friend and above all a child of God, Sandra (Sandee) Ann Marshall passed away in Portland, Oregon on December 12, 2015 at the age of 71. She was born i... Full story

 

Marian Louise Flippin

Marian Louise Flippin, known to most as Louise, left her earthly dwelling on December 11, 2015, in her home in McAllen, Tx. She was born in The Dalles, OR, February 11, 1947, to her proud parents,... Full story

 

Sonnie Wright

Walter “Sonnie” Edward Wright, 73, of Goldendale, WA passed away on Dec. 3, 2015. The memorial service was a private family event. Private visitation was held Dec. 4 at Columbia Hills Memorial... Full story

 

Cindy Cahill Maygra

Cindy Cahill Maygra was born May 20, 1950 in Goldendale. She passed away in Vancouver on Dec. 10, 2015. Cindy has been reunited with her parents, Bob... Full story

 

Learning about elections

A Know Your Government group has been formed for delegates in grades nine through 12 to study state and federal government. The group includes youth...

 

Wreaths Across America remembers our vets

On Dec. 12, Montana Congressman Ryan Zinke patiently waited two hours in line with 70,000 volunteers at Arlington National Cemetery to collect wreaths and secure them to headstones. Thousands of...

 

There is no middle point

To the Editor: This is in response to Avery Hoyt’s letter inviting us to meet in the middle. I don’t think there is a middle when it comes to civil liberties. The problem with so called gun...

 

Dog donation please

To the Editor: Cowboy Bob’s Blue Heeler got attacked and killed by a pack of dogs in Spokane. It would be wonderful if some big-hearted cowboy with a blue pup would donate it to a sad cowboy. Call...

 

Remember the Christmas meaning

To the Editor: We are nearing that time of the year when many prophecies were fulfilled over 2,000 years ago. It is that wherein God had promised to send His Son into the world to redeem mankind from...

 

Glenwood High School announces names of Homecoming court

The east end of Ladiges Road was ablaze with the Christmas spirit again this year. Jason and Sarah Bensel won first place and their neighbor, George Green, won second place in the Glenwood General Sto...

 

More Santa pics at Lyle post office

Congratulations go to Iris Robbins for winning the quilt raffle at the Lyle Christmas Bazaar. It was a very nice quilt in a variety of shades of green prints that Karen Beck made and donated. Once...

 

Neon Lights - New Year, New You Exercise-A-Thon on Jan. 3

Sole to Soul Health Center in Goldendale is sponsoring the New Year, New You Exercise-A-Thon on Sunday, Jan. 3, 2016 from 4 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the...

 

TREES ON ICE

Last week's ice storm encased everything in its path, including the snow nestled against trees....

 

From the best seat in the house

It would be nice to see a little less pushing, shoving, hacking and more quick feet and skillful play in basketball. A few years ago, a group of Golde...

 

Pirates finish strong for win at Trout Lake in league opener

Following a lack-luster first quarter in which neither team seemed interested in scoring, Bickleton exploded for 20 in the second quarter and ran off...

 

Pirates storm Trout Lake for 51-19 win

Like the tide rolling in, Bickleton's girls overwhelmed Trout Lake with their relentless rush down court. Everyone on the team was capable of pushing...

 

Lightning wins 61-46 shoot out at Goldendale

Goldendale couldn't keep pace with La Salle, Saturday in Goldendale, losing 70-46. The Lightning made the most of their size advantage to score...

 

La Salle shoots their way past Goldendale 70-34

An aggressive defense shut down Goldendale's Lady Timberwolves on Saturday night as La Salle won 70-34 in the league opener for Goldendale. The Lady...

 

Lady Cougars beat Wahluke 50-23

Lyle-Wishram girls gave themselves a nice Christmas present with a Monday afternoon win over 1A Wahluke, 50-23. Lacy Carse scored 15 points and one of the shortest players on the court, Alex Cloud led...

 

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