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Wayne Phillip Spencer

Wayne Phillip Spencer was born Nov. 29, 1950, in Goldendale to Ethel “Grace” Lee Spencer and William I. Spencer. Wayne attended Goldendale elementary until the family moved to Ellensburg,...

 

Goldendale agriculture teachers recognized

Three Goldendale High School teachers have been recognized by the Washington State Association of Agricultural Educators (WAAE) for their exceptional...

 

Goldendale High School 2020 Scholarship Awards

Following is the conclusion of the list of scholarships from last week: CORBIN RILEY: • DAVID R. MATTERN SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP1 $ 1,000.00 • BRUCKERT SCHOLARSHIP FUND - $1,000 Renewable for 1 year $...

 
 By Claire West    Community    June 24, 2020

Lyle Community Food Pantry opens

Good things come in small, medium, and large packages. Starting July 1, the Lyle Good Food Pantry will offer free food boxes twice a month at the Lyle Activity Center. Drive-up services will be...

 

2020 Goldendale High School scholarship awards

STERLING BEASLEY: • BRUCKERT SCHOLARSHIP FUND – $1,500 Renewable for 1 year $ 3,000.00 • UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO WESTERN UNDERGRAD EXCHANGE - $15,084 Renewable for 4 years $75,420.00 • WASHINGTON...

 

Looking Back

June 3, 1920 – 100 Years Ago Goldendale High School class of 1920 was the first class to graduate from the new all brick school on Academy Street. The six seniors had only studied in the new...

 

HISTORIC GRADUATION:

Goldendale High School seniors held the most unusual graduation ceremonies last week. The graduation itself was held in the parking lot of the high...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 10, 2020

New manager wants to build professional 'teams"

Rod Cole, new branch manager at Columbia Bank in Goldendale as of May 18, is from the tiny town of Heppner, Oregon, a farming community a lot like...

 

Looking Back

May 19, 1792 – 228 Years Ago – Reported in Sentinel, June 6, 1960 Upon the eve of their departure and eight days after entering the great river, Captain Robert Gray gave the river the name of his...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    June 3, 2020

City ready to move into Phase 2

It was a short meeting for the Goldendale City Council Monday night, just over half an hour by telephone, but the council covered several important topics. In the only action of the night, council...

 

LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

Are you serious? On the KLCK Hotline on May 26, a man had the nerve to say this disease is a trumped-up thing, when we have reached more than 100,000 deaths. I hope no one of his loved ones or...

 

Goldendale High grad program and schedule

Wednesday, June 3 Goldendale High School’s Seniors will participate in a 2020 Graduate Parade on Thursday, June 4, beginning at 5:30 p.m., from the high school parking lot. Seniors will follow Simco... Full story

 
 By Brittany Allen    Sports    May 27, 2020

Stadium lights come up to honor GHS 2020 athletes on Friday nights

For many high schoolers, athletics produce some of the fondest memories, as well as multiple future opportunities, they'll have before college. The...

 

Chad Eugene Read

Chad Eugene Read was born on August 16, 1975, in Roseburg, Oregon. He was born to Vicky Baze Read and Oscar Read. He was a graduate of Goldendale High School in 1994. Chad passed away too soon on May... Full story

 

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...

 

Looking Back

March 28, 1890 – 130 Years Ago The Goldendale Mountain Water Company has completed the organization of their company and will be able to let contracts for the construction of the ditch in a few...

 
 By Richard Lefever    News    May 13, 2020

Looking Back

May 1, 1890 – 130 Years Ago One of our handsomest young ladies was terribly upset by a little mistake she made the other day. Going in a hurry for some flour to a store on Main Street, she took...

 

Legals for May 13, 2020

SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KLICKITAT COUNTY Estate of ) )No. 20-4-00009-20 JACK F. EBELING,) )PROBATE NOTICE TO Deceased.)CREDITORS )RCW 11.40.030 The Personal Representative named below has...

 
 News    May 6, 2020

Delivery Service Update

The Emergency Operations Center (EOC), in partnership with Washington Gorge Action Programs (WAGAP), is delivering essential supplies such as groceries and prescription medications to community...

 

Judith Mattson Harmon

Judith Mattson Harmon (Blythe, Hinton) was born Dec. 29, 1936, and passed away Oct. 20, 2019, in her home in Clarkston, Washington. Judith was born... Full story

 

Primary School recognized for achievement

The Goldendale Primary School has been honored for outstanding achievement by the Washington State Board of Education. The board’s second annual group of its State Recognized Schools program, based...

 

Delivery service update

April 29 The Emergency Operations Center (EOC), in partnership with Washington Gorge Action Programs (WAGAP), is delivering essential supplies such as groceries and prescription medications to... Full story

 
 By John Miller    News    April 15, 2020

Centerville School postpones celebration

The Centerville School officially confirms postponement of their 100th Centennial Celebration. The committee is continuing with their planning and...

 

LOOKING BACK

March 21, 1895 – 125 Years Ago The legislature of New York furnishes a surprise. It has passed a bill to authorize the courts of the state to lay the whip upon the back of “every male person...

 

Goldendale, Lyle school districts deliver needed food to kids

Lyle Although Klickitat County didn't have a diagnosed case of COVID-19 until March 14, the virus has had a noticeable impact on the already limited...

 

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