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Things in places they shouldn't be

OFF THE ROAD, IN THE AIR, AND SLAMMED IN THE SIDE....

 

Top stories of 2014

Following is part one of a review of The Sentinel’s top stories during 2014. County lifts pot moratorium On Dec. 17, the Klickitat County Board of Commissioners lifted the moratorium on the...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    December 31, 2014

McCabe gets committee assignments

Rep.-elect Gina McCabe will be on three committees when she gets to Olympia. The freshman representative will serve on the following committees: • Business and Financial Services, • General...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    December 31, 2014

Songer announces priorities, changes in sheriff's office

Klickitat County Sheriff-elect Bob Songer says his priorities in 2015 will be greater department efficiency in key areas. “The top priority of my...

 

Mary Ladiges

Mary Katherine Ladiges passed away with her family by her side on Dec. 26, 2014 in The Dalles, Ore., at the age of 93. She was born Dec. 28, 1920 in Glenwood, Wash., to Sciesta (Lilivon) and William T... Full story

 

Faye Fehrs

Faye Laurene Fehrs, passed away December 16, 2014 at her home in Cascade Locks, Oregon. Faye was born February 17, 1936 and was 78 years of age at the time of her passing. A graveside funeral service... Full story

 

Walter Brost

Walter Brost was born in Crystal Springs, North Dakota on September 3, 1927 to Selma (Bibitski) and William Brost. He served in the United States Navy and married Donna Henle in Toppenish on July 1,... Full story

 

Goedert graduates from Perry

Nathan Goedert, a Goldendale native, was among the students who graduated from Perry Technical Institute on Dec. 17. Goedert graduated from the Welding Technology Program. Established in 1939, Perry...

 

Looking Back

~Remembering the 1964 Flood ~ The event started on Thursday, Dec. 17, when the temperature was 15 degrees below zero in Goldendale. High for the day was about zero with one and a half inches of dry...

 

Homespun Yarns

Click! Click! It's early morning, and I spot the problem. My bedside clock is blinking tell me we now have an electrical outage. Oh, great! It's not surprising, with 50 mile-an-hour winds, that some...

 

Letters from the Community

To the Editor: Another year is drawing to a close, and a New Year is close at hand. And so time passes swiftly, even as sand in an hour glass. Dear friends and neighbors, have you considered the...

 

Warm hearts for foster children

Over the last 30 years, Riverview Bank employees have collected gifts for foster children in local communities. According to Alexis Black,...

 

Growing Gorge Farms discussion Jan. 8

The declining number of family farms and the increasing age of farmers has been well documented over the last several years. Nationally, we went from 7 million farms in 1935 to just 2 million in...

 

Centerville Grange, Lyle Hotel offer New Year's Eve options

Ring in the New Year at your choice of ‘Public Invited’ parties this year. Two that I know of is the Centerville Grange’s Soup and Salad Card Party at their hall, beginning at 6 p.m.; and the...

 

Bensel, Green homes have best light displays

The Glenwood General Store’s Christmas Lights Contest was a huge success! Claude McKenzie reported great response to the lighting challenge with between 20 and 30 entries being viewed by the panel...

 

TL business owners: apply now for business grant

Again it is the end of a year. Again it is the start of a new year, and again it is a chance to try and maybe make it better. However you celebrate (or ignore) the forthcoming change in year, at...

 

East District Court

December 16 • Anthony Jacob Heemsah: Assault 4, admit to prob. violation, jail 90, terminate probation. • Jason Lee Kalchbrenner: Displaying weapon, warrant $500. • Antonio Juan Vargas:...

 

From the best seat in the house

In spite of what everyone, including Coach Matt Dumolt thought, Goldendale’s wrestling team has been a pretty good team in duals. The two wins at...

 

Dancing for a cause

Imagine being on a competitive team that practices and performs for exhibition only. The only judging of your talent is within yourself because there...

 

Two more wins for Timberwolf grapplers

Goldendale upped their dual meet record to 5-1 with wins of 36-21 over Stevenson and 36-24 over Columbia-White Salmon, last week in White Salmon. Daniel Wedgewood and Zane Cully scored pins against bo...

 

Trunkey All State

Goldendale's Chris Trunkey is a first team selection for 1A All State football as a defensive back, according to the Associated Pr...

 

Bald eagle watch returns

The bald eagles are back. Join U.S. Army Corps of Engineers park rangers at The Dalles Dam Visitor Center Jan. 24 to learn about our nation’s symbol by watching them in their natural habitat and...

 

Fire Marshall: Don't play with fire this New Year's Eve

The holidays are a time for families and friends to get together. But that also means a greater risk for fire. Whether you are getting ready to do some holiday entertaining at home or headed out to a...

 
 By Doug Herlihy    News    December 31, 2014

TAKING OFFICE

Newly elected Klickitat County officials were sworn into office Monday at the courthouse. Left to right, Greg Gallagher (Treasurer); David Quesnel...

 

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