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 By Lou Marzeles    News    May 27, 2020 

Silent Memorial Day

For the first time in recent memory, there were no American Legion ceremonies at the area cemeteries this year....

 

Letters from the Community

Commendable work at Mountain View The IOOF Mountain View Cemetery in Goldendale was very welcoming and picturesque this Memorial Day. The current cemetery management team is commended for the upgrade...

 

Daniel Hopkins

Daniel Loyal Hopkins passed away at his home in Goldendale on May 3, 2020, at the age of 73. He was born on March 24, 1947 in Portland, Oregon, to Loyal Burdette Hopkins, Jr. and Mary Louise (Carter)... Full story

 

Restaurants open for delivery and take-out

Following is the Goldendale restaurant delivery and take-out guide, current as of May 11: American Legion—for members and their guests only 108 N Grant (enter building around the corner on...

 
 By Peggy Woodard    News    April 15, 2020

Easter observed in unique and creative ways this year

Easter, or Resurrection Day as it is referred to by the Christian church, was definitely different this year than in years past since we are dealing with such isolation issues, and people had to be a...

 

Longtime staffer retires

A longtime employee who is loved by all retired in February. Residents and staff gave her a retirement party at the American Legion. She will be greatly missed by all who live and work at New Hope....

 

Archery Sharpshooters fundraiser coming

The Goldendale Archery Sharpshooters are preparing to compete at the 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships in Grand Island, Nebraska, this June. A fundraiser to support the team will be held at t...

 

Looking Back

February 8, 1905 – 115 Years Ago The city authorities have had a load of boulders dumped on Court Street opposite The Sentinel office, for the city prisoners to break-up. February 12, 1920 -100...

 

Fondly recalling those we lost

As we begin a new year, we want to take a moment to remember those we lost during 2019. For a small community, any loss is hard, but we have suffered the loss of several dear friends in the past...

 

Neil Aire Van Aelst

Neil was born on Aug. 17, 1932 at the family farm in Orchard Heights near Goldendale to Aire and Neva (Haupet) Van Aelst. His first year of school was spent at Woodland school house, and then he went... Full story

 

Lots of big events

Our community has several big events coming up in this first month of the New Year. Vintage Snowmobile Races will take place at the ice oval track, 1807 BZ-Glenwood Highway, on Jan. 11. The races star...

 

Looking Back

November 14, 1889 – 130 Years Ago Messrs. Brammel and Cornish of the Arlington National Bank have for some time been contemplating the putting in of electric lights and water works in Goldendale,...

 

Looking Back

November 14, 1889 – 130 Years Ago The county officers have all moved into the new courthouse now, and the temporary structure which they have occupied since the big fire will be moved by its owner,...

 

A hearty Thank You

Third-grade students from Goldendale Primary School led a project for veterans on Veteran's Day. The project was to give thanks for their service....

 

Paper poppy volunteers out again this year

American Legion volunteers are holding their annual American Legion Poppy Promotion in Goldendale now through Veterans Day. The volunteers poppies....

 

Laura Elma Ward

Laura Elma Ward passed away Nov 1, 2019, peacefully at her home with family by her side. Laura was born March 6, 1937 in Fromberg, Montana, to... Full story

 
 By Sheri Sullvan    News    October 30, 2019

Fun things to do on Halloween in town

On the night of Oct. 31, the streets of Goldendale will be filled with families of all kinds, dressed up in costumes and going from door to door to fill up their Halloween bucket with candy. However,...

 

Cynthia Biddle

Cynthia Lee Biddle,70, passed away on Sept. 27, 2019, in The Dalles, Oregon. She was born on July 13, 1949, to James and Joan (Huckfeldt) Bridgefarmer in Goldendale. Cynthia married Glenn Biddle, who... Full story

 

Kenneth Burdett Morrison

January 24, 1936, to September 23, 2019. Kenneth Burdett Morrison passed away peacefully on September 23, 2019, with his beloved wife at his side. He... Full story

 

Looking Back

September 17, 1904 – 115 Years Ago The lighting question of the farm and dairy, as well as within city homes and stores of today, is a question that is having its consideration especially among...

 

Red Cross: Donors of all blood types, races and ethnicities needed

The American Red Cross urges people of all races and ethnicities to give blood or platelets to help increase the diversity of the blood supply. The vast majority of blood types fall into one of the...

 

Red Cross urges blood donations after Dorian impacts blood supply

As the American Red Cross works around the clock supporting those impacted by Hurricane Dorian, providing food, shelter and comfort, individuals outside the affected areas are urged to help by giving...

 
 By Laurie Wilhite    News    August 14, 2019

TU receives L.L. Bean grant

The Klickitat Chapter of Trout Unlimited (TU) just received a donation of 10 Quest Fly rod outfits from LLBean to support the chapter's...

 

Ken Woodward

Ken Woodward passed away on Tuesday, Aug. 6, after a long life and a brief illness. He was the remaining survivor out of two sisters and three... Full story

 

Back to School Bash a big splash

For 13 consecutive years, Sunday Sutton has found herself at the same spot every year, celebrating education in a Back to School Bash event on the...

 

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