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Events First Kids Stuff First & Third Mondays • Rainbow Girls meeting at 210 S. Columbus. Dinner at 6:30 p.m. open to the public with meeting following. (509) 773-4567 Every Wednesday • Community... Full story

 

Looking Back

March 21, 1891 – 128 Years Ago The Grangers of No. 6, have organized and incorporated a business association under the name of Number Six Cooperative Association, Patrons of Husbandry. The business...

 

Kiwanis flags to change places

The Goldendale Kiwanis has been displaying more than 90 American flags 12 times each year, primarily in front of local businesses. The local Kiwanians...

 

Karrie Sue Healy

After a three and a half-year battle with cancer, Karrie passed away in the early morning hours of Dec. 26, 2018, with her family and loved ones at her side. Karrie Sue was introduced to life on Jan.... Full story

 

Archery fundraiser a success

The 4-H Goldendale Archery Sharpshooters held a fundraiser at the American Legion Hall on Friday, March 1. The $7 cover charge featured a potato bar and silent auction. The Sharpshooters consist of...

 

Legion holds free centennial dinner

America's largest and most powerful supporter of veterans and their families is the American Legion. Today it counts 2.4 million members who operate...

 

Patricia Hoctor Padilla

Patricia "Patty" Hoctor Padilla passed into Elysian peace on Dec. 13, 2018. She was 85 years young. Born May 6, 1933 in Goldendale to father,... Full story

 

Regional Sports News and Notes

Tournament Basketball In SCAC West basketball tournament action, the 2019 1A Boys Hardwood Classic continued with regional play on Feb. 22 at Everett Community College. The 15th seed Naches Valley...

 

Looking Back

December 7, 1898 – 121 Years Ago The surveyors of the Columbia Southern Railroad, now surveying between here and Lyle, have decided to go down Swale Canyon, instead of through High Prairie. This mak...

 
 By Annette Cary    News    December 5, 2018

Marvel, tug boat crew honored

The crew of a Tidewater Transportation tug has been honored for saving the lives of two boaters who clung perilously to the side of their capsized...

 

Laura Bess Hawes

Laura Bess Hawes, 78, passed away on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, following complications from a stroke. Laura "Bess" was born on July 23, 1940, in... Full story

 

Parade a success

This year's Veterans Parade was a success, says organizer Scott Robinson. "We couldn't have done it without our volunteers and businesses and...

 

Museum to hold centennial celebration

Maryhill Museum will hold a special ceremony at Stonehenge Memorial on Sunday, Nov. 11, as it marks the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, pausing...

 

Linda Lucille Briggs

Linda Lucille Briggs from Roosevelt, Washington, died at home surrounded by family on Oct. 27, 2018 after a long illness. She was born on Sept. 7, 1952 in Pasco, Washington. She graduated from Camas H... Full story

 

Legion volunteers offering paper poppies

American Legion volunteers are back at various businesses in Goldendale for their annual poppy promotion from now through Veterans' Day, Nov. 11. The...

 

John Clark Wheelon

May 26,1949 – Oct. 8,2018 John Clark Wheelon (Doc) passed away Oct. 8, 2018, at Toppenish Hospital. John was born in Toppenish on May 26, 1949, to... Full story

 

Museum to hold special centennial events

As Maryhill Museum of Art prepares to close out its 2018 season, a weekend of events will mark Veterans Day and the 100th anniversary of the...

 

Troh gives presentation on Girls' State

Kinley Troh, a Glenwood High School senior, gave an interesting and informative presentation on her Girls' State experience to a gathering of the...

 

Primary School advises caution on pictures

A large crowd of first responders enjoyed a free prime rib dinner on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at the Goldendale American Legion, sponsored by the Sons of American Legion. Commander Jeff Furlong introduced...

 

Sheriff race focuses on core issues

Lou Marzeles Editor The two candidates for Klickitat County Sheriff, incumbent Bob Songer and Doug Charters, met at the office of The Sentinel last...

 

Leora June Layman

Leora (Lee) June (Hartvigsen) Layman (better known as Grandma Lee), born on June 27, 1920 in Downey, Idaho, to the late Luetta Brown Hartvigsen and the late Neils Hartvigsen, passed away at age 98 on... Full story

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    August 8, 2018

Six-year street plan approved by city

There were two main items on the Goldendale City Council agenda Monday night: housekeeping budget amendments for the first and second quarter, and a resolution approving the six-year street plan. No...

 

Candidate holds meeting

Earl Bowerman, Republican candidate for Washington’s 3rd Congressional District, will hold a Town Hall in Goldendale on Friday, July 6 from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the American Legion Meeting Room,...

 

Roger Lewis Brundridge

Roger Lewis Brundridge peacefully passed away while surrounded by his loved ones on June 22, 2018. He was born in Flats, Missouri, to Aubrey “Pete” Brundridge and Vera Martin Brundridge on July... Full story

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    June 20, 2018

City considers new fireworks, dog ordinances, approves fire truck

With the passage of three ordinances, the Goldendale City Council made major upgrades in the city’s rolling stock at Monday’s meeting. Those ordinances authorized purchases of a new fire truck, ne...

 

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