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Legal Notices 12/12/18

SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE STATE OF WASHINGTON COUNTY OF KLICKITAT U.S. BANK, N.A., Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM R. WHITE and PATRICIA L. WHITE, husband and wife, Defendants No. 18-2-17420 SUMMONS BY...

 

County wine project in Goodnoe fermenting

A group of vintners and investors hopes to turn eastern Klickitat County into wine country. The group formed the company V75 LLC and is preparing to establish a vineyard east of Goldendale. Its...

 

Letters from the Community

The best choice Thanks to Norm Johnson for his service as House Representative for District 14. He took the job of representing his constituents seriously, responding promptly and personally when I...

 

County seeks input on reservoir project

A proposal to store Columbia River water in an off-channel reservoir is under consideration in a rural watershed in the Horse Heaven Hills, in Benton County, Washington State. Both Benton County and...

 

Letters from the Community

Update on the observatory The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is pleased to let you know that we anticipate starting work at Goldendale Observatory in September, once permits are in...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    May 23, 2018

Group meets to examine planned pumped storage project

A representative of the British government, three U.S senators, a U.S. congresswoman, personnel from the governor's office and Washington State depart...

 

Governor signs Johnson's bill on infrastructure financing

Washington’s Local Infrastructure Financing Tool (LIFT) program has provided millions of dollars for economic development projects across the state since it was enacted by the Legislature in 2006....

 
 By Max Erikson    News    April 4, 2018

New Life Flight hangar opens

On March 24, local community leaders and government officials, including U.S. Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler, celebrated the recent completion of a new hangar facility at the Dallesport Airport....

 

Canon gives State of City report

Goldendale Mayor Mike Canon has issued his State of the City report for 2018. Highlights of his text follow: The State of the City Report is an annual year in review of activities (drawn from...

 

CGCC seeks input on housing

It’s no secret the Columbia Gorge has a shortage of affordable housing. The high cost and low supply of rental housing poses challenges throughout the region. Understanding how the housing shortage...

 
 By Max Erikson    News    December 20, 2017

McCabe, King talk issues with commissioners

The Washington State Legislature has important goals to accomplish when it begins session in January and not a lot of time to do it. This years’ legislative session is scheduled for 60 days, and...

 
 By Max Erikson    News    October 25, 2017

Back Packs for Kids: 10 years

October is hunger awareness month, and this school year marks the 10th year of the Back Packs for Kids program. Back Packs for Kids is a program that provides backpacks filled with food for students...

 

Sentinel Elections Q&A

Ballots for this November’s election will be mailed on Oct. 20. Voters have received their guides, but not all the information provided by the...

 

McClure honored

Volunteers Ralph Lunberg and Mary Miller, representing the Employer Support for Guard and Reserve (ESGR), presented Economic Development and Natural...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    August 30, 2017

Pastor seeks progress on racism in area

Pastor Kathy Neary, new to the Goldendale United Methodist Church, has a tough job on her hands. She’s taken over as an interim pastor, here for...

 
 By Max Erikson    News    August 9, 2017

Hirst decision keeps capital budget frozen

Washington State Legislators finished their record setting 193-day legislative session on July 20 without passing a $4.2 billion capital budget or addressing the impact of the Hirst decision—Hirst...

 
 By Contributed    Community    July 5, 2017

Lyle hosts governor's summit

Klickitat and Skamania county community members came together recently to exchange ideas on helping local youth find paths to employment, further education, and future success. Participants were part...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 28, 2017

Mystery deal said to be cut with city

In a still-unfolding development, the City of Goldendale may have landed a major company into its industrial park that would add 52 jobs. That is, if...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    June 21, 2017

It's no-go for Nestle

A newly-formed group, the Goldendale Water Coalition, showed up at the Goldendale City Council Tuesday night to thank Mayor Mike Canon for recommending that the city not pursue any water bottling...

 
 By Lorrie DeKay    Opinion    May 3, 2017

Klcikitat County support is great but from elsewhere questionable

Once again, the Columbia River Gorge Commission is fighting for funding to do its job. After 30 years of protecting the largest and most beautiful National Scenic Area in the United States, it is no...

 

Small Business Administration fights winter disaster

The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal loans for working capital to small businesses economically impacted by the severe winter storm that occurred Jan. 8-20, 2017,...

 

Phone Town Hall

During last Tuesday’s telephone town hall, one caller asked, why “telephone?” The answer, in so many words, was “for the convenience of legislators and the public alike.” Rep. Norm Johnson...

 
 By Roger Nichols    News    March 29, 2017

Council votes Goodnoe over vets

Goldendale City Council met Monday night in a special session on a single issue—which of two competing applications would receive the go-ahead to redevelop the Mt. Adams Care Center in Goldendale....

 
 By Jess Macinko    News    March 22, 2017

Fate of building still contested, delayed

Last Tuesday's city council meeting on proposals for the former Mount Adams Care Center reached the same conclusion as previous meetings: more...

 
 By Matt Spaw    News    March 15, 2017

Senate action eases building-permit anxiety over well-water sourcing; House action next

OLYMPIA, Mar. 13 - A Senate-passed bill allowing local governments to approve development using Department of Ecology (DOE) water rules awaits action...

 

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