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 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 19, 2013

City gets major grant for street project

There was talk of broken fire trucks and major grants to the city at Monday’s Goldendale City Council meeting. Chief of Police Rick Johnson, speaking during department head reports, told of a...

 

Council holds hearing on CDBG application, offers changes to rental property ordinance

At the first Goldendale City Council meeting of 2013, a full council held a public hearing on the city applying for a Community Development Block Grant (CDGB) to help pay for the West Columbus...

 

Of holidays and community centers and unsigned letters

At the last Java Talk meeting, one participant shared that her holiday highlight was being able to talk with her son in Afghanistan. “It was fantastic,” she said. “It was a surprise, because we...

 

Top stories of 2012 include dramatic rescue

This is the second part of The Sentinel’s coverage of the top stories of 2012. July 11: Four hours to safety—Search and Rescue’s Klickitat...

 

Top stories of 2012 start with redistricting

The major stories of 2012 in The Goldendale Sentinel started off with a shocker on Jan. 4, which read: “Doc Hastings. Bruce Chandler. David Taylor....

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    November 7, 2012

City considers help for Relay for Life event

In a preview of Relay for Life, which comes to Goldendale next September, Kathy Dollarhyde led the Goldendale city council and members of the public...

 

City seeks event volunteers

“The community can be more involved with tourism ideas,” says Goldendale Mayor Clint Baze. The mayor is asking for community members to volunteer to help with tourism promotion events to be held...

 

City takes new approach to event promos

A new contract with the Greater Goldendale Area Chamber of Commerce was the only agenda item at the Goldendale City Council meeting, Monday. The contract was unanimously approved, cementing an agreeme...

 

Bedecked bras have arrived, vote for your favorite

The Soroptimists International of Goldendale and the Klickitat Valley Health Memorial Foundation teamed up to bring the Bedeck-a-Bra competition to Goldendale in support of the Digital Mammography Fun...

 

Town Hall meeting reports on progress

In its third Town Hall meeting of the year, the Greater Goldendale Chamber of Commerce brought together representatives of county and city...

 

Election day is getting closer, registration deadline Oct. 8

There was a lot of useful information given to the crowd at last week’s Towne Hall meeting that was sponsored by the Greater Goldendale Area Chamber of Commerce. Klickitat County Commissioner, Dave...

 

3rd Street, more 3rd Street, and a little more 3rd Street

At the last Java Talk community discussion meeting, talk began with the city’s Citizen Review Board. Properties in such dire condition that they receive notice from the city to make improvements...

 

Chamber of Commerce says it doesn’t want city tourism funds for events

The Greater Goldendale Chamber of Commerce will not ask for funds from the City of Goldendale to put on events in 2013. The Chamber’s decision was...

 

Response to the city’s ‘RFP’ still being considered

In some respects it doesn’t matter who gets the state hotel/motel lodging tax funds that come to the city of Goldendale and then are used to...

 

The ‘Hand Up’ phone and guided tours of the county...

At the last Java Talk community discussion meeting, talk kicked off with a discussion of the Goldendale ministerial association’s “Hand Up” travelling cell phone. “The Hand Up phone is the way...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    August 22, 2012

Montanye award highlights another heated meeting

Following a heated city council meeting on Aug. 6 and after two meetings of committees formed to address issues, Goldendale city council member...

 
 By Brittany Allen    News    August 15, 2012

Art Gallery fundraiser features mosaic art

Highlighting the work of mosaic artist Toms Royal of Wishram, the Golden Art Guild’s “A World of Mosaic” themed annual benefit dinner and...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    August 8, 2012

Chamber, council in heated discussion

In an unusually heated Goldendale City Council meeting Monday night, Chamber of Commerce president Tom Ireland told Mayor Clint Baze and the council that the Chamber had been “verbally attacked...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Opinion    August 8, 2012

Even in high emotions, there can always be a step forward

Emotions were running high at Monday’s city council meeting, on both sides. In the end, though,civility prevailed and agreements, at least for next...

 
 By JoAnne Grogan    News    August 1, 2012

Art Guild holds annual dinner

The Golden Art Guild and Gallery is having its annual fundraising event, presenting a special exhibit, a preview reception, a dinner, and an oral and silent auction. The Golden Art Guild is a...

 

Better Living Center dedicated

The new Better Living Center was dedicated Sunday, July 8, at the Goldendale Seventh Day Adventist Church on Bickleton Highway. The location had been...

 

Could there be a guided tour of Goldendale attractions?

At the last Java Talk community discussion meeting, conversation began with news that the grant that might have allowed road work near the library did not come through. A heated controversy had...

 

No CBDG funds for west neighborhood street project

Public Works Director Keith Grundei reported at the City Council meeting Monday that an employee at the waste water treatment facility had a heart att...

 

Furor still stirs over possible loss of trees

At the last Java Talk meeting, almost half the time was taken in discussing the possible destruction of the trees near the Goldendale Library. The topic clearly struck a nerve. “I would be totally...

 
 By Rebecca Gourley    News    May 23, 2012

Public comment focuses on projects

Monday night, people from the community shared their displeasure with some of the proposed road projects that the city council and mayor have put into the Six Year Street Transportation Improvement...

 

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