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Parade and contest times and regulations

The Brighter Goldendale Christmas lighted parade will be held this Saturday, Dec. 14, beginning at 5 p.m. following the traditional parade route....

 

Looking Back

December 12, 1929 – 90 Years Ago Dear Santa: I am in the second grade. I am seven years old. I want a football and a wagon. I want some nuts and candy. Arthur Schuster Dear Santa: I want a stock...

 

Theriault quits city council

Mayor Mike Canon made a surprise announcement at the beginning of Monday night's Goldendale City Council meeting, reading from a letter he received...

 

Childcare crisis focus of special meeting

Is the State of Washington trying to legislate parenting into obsolescence? The question seemed to linger in the air at a meeting Nov. 5 to address the childcare crisis in Washington, specifically...

 

Looking Back

November 11, 1989 - 1889 State Seal: Only days before the first State Legislature met in November of 1889, Olympia Jeweler Charles Talcott was asked to design an official seal for the new State of...

 

Childcare Forum Coming to Goldendale

The city of Goldendale is facing a crisis when it comes to childcare. Currently there are no licensed childcare facilities in the city. From an economic standpoint this is a devastating blow to our...

 

Looking Back

September 16, 1916 – 103 Years Ago Marshall Burgen and his assistants are moving the hitching racks from the old location north of the Post Office, to the lots across the street from The Sentinel...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    October 9, 2019

City hears complaints against parcel plan

Citizen concerns about a recent short plat to divide a parcel of land near High Street and Melinda Lane in Goldendale into four smaller parcels drew...

 

Ross Roland Rakow

It is with great sadness that the family of Ross Roland Rakow shares the news of his passing in Puyallup, Washington, on Saturday, July 20, 2019, at the age of 87. He would be proud to say he... Full story

 

Looking Back

August 23, 1899 – 120 Years Ago The Sentinel office is now comfortably located in its new quarters just west of the bank. [West of what is now Umpqua Bank.] August 14, 1919 – 100 Years Ago...

 

7/24/19 Legals

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR KLICKITAT COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of JOE LEONARD SHELTON, Deceased No. 19-4-00037-20 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS RCW 11.40.030...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    July 17, 2019

Peck tells city something big is coming

Three key pieces of news came out of the Goldendale City Council meeting Monday night. First, the newest member of the council was sworn it....

 

Please return your ballot for the KVH bond measure

We at the Goldendale Chamber of Commerce strongly support the Klickitat Valley Health (KVH) bond measure coming up for a vote Aug. 6, and we hope you will, too. Turnout is essential in a special...

 

Rodeo parade this Sunday

Congratulations to the Glenwood High School class of 2019. Kansas Arnoux, Loudon Fiander, Kinley Troh, and Tyler Worley received their diplomas at the graduation ceremony last Saturday in the very...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    June 5, 2019

Foreign consuls come to city

This corner of the Gorge may see more interest in foreign trade, thanks to a meeting convened Friday at Maryhill Museum. The City of Goldendale and...

 

The 'craziest drivers' come to Goldendale

They say there's a hierarchy of insanity in motor sports. Normal people think all racers are looney. Folks who race sedans think people in open-wheel...

 
 By Brendan Relaford    News    May 22, 2019

Observatory update provided

On Thursday, May 16, at his temporary office near Stonehenge, Goldendale Observatory Administrator Troy Carpenter gave a progress report on the ongoing upgrade of the Goldendale Observatory, the...

 
 By Laurie Wilhite    News    May 15, 2019

Exploring up STREAM

Brad Throssell, President of the Washington State Council of Trout Unlimited (TU), recently presented a coldwater fisheries conservation update to the...

 
 By Brendan Relaford    News    May 15, 2019

Art at the Chamber

Tucked away in the Goldendale Chamber of Commerce building at 903 Broadway Street is an art gallery and gift shop that not many people know about. In...

 
 By Brendan Relaford    News    May 8, 2019

Meeting held on pumped storage project

On Wednesday, May 1, 58 people showed up at the Goldendale Grange to hear Erik Steimle of Rye Development (Rye), Nate Sandvig of National Grid Ventures (NGV), Carl Mannheim of HDR Engineering, and...

 

City Wide Yard Sale organizing

Goldendale’s 3rd Annual City Wide Yard Sale, formerly the 13+ Mile Yard Sales, is coming soon, and organizers need to know who wants to participate this year. If you would like to have a yard sale...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    April 24, 2019

Project could mean millions for tax districts

At a meeting next Wednesday, May 1, you can learn how tax districts around Goldendale could stand to gain millions of dollars. For almost each...

 

Here's why you should be at the big meeting on May 1

Area residents interested in learning how a proposed clean energy project will provide millions of dollars to Rural 7 as well as the hospital, school, and rec districts—and possibly restart wind...

 

Port of Seattle gives ecotourism contract to Chamber

The Port of Seattle has awarded a $10,000 contract to the Goldendale Chamber of Commerce to support astronomy and science tourism awareness of Goldendale’s unique facilities. “Dark sky awareness...

 

Trout Unlimited gets grant for two more camps

The Klickitat Chapter 484 of Trout Unlimited received a grant for two more youth fishing camps to be held on May 17-19 and June 7-9 of this year. The...

 

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