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 By Rodger Nichols    News    March 20, 2019 

Council hears about burglaries

A bare quorum of four Goldendale City Council members were present for a brisk 20-minute meeting Monday night. Councilors Andy Halm, Shannon Middleton, and Carmen Knopes were excused due to travel and...

 

SmileMobile coming to town

The Arcora Foundation - SmileMobile, which travels the state offering dental services to children, middle-high school students, and pregnant women...

 

Goldendale FFA celebrates National FFA Week

The Goldendale Future Farmers of America (FFA) is participating in the 2019 National FFA week. The FFA Week embraces more than 91 years of FFA...

 

Parents wanted for Engagement Team

Are you considering starting a business but have questions on how to get started? Do you currently own a successful business and have tips to share, or a struggling business owner that needs some...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 23, 2019

Input gathered on new district leader

Thursday's community input meeting in the middle school cafeteria for choosing a superintendent for the Goldendale School District produced much...

 

City awarded grant to combat youth drug use

The community of Goldendale has received a state grant of $65,455 to reduce youth alcohol, marijuana, and other drug use and to work with community members to support youth in making healthy choices....

 

Masons look for Books for Bikes

Announcements from the Primary School: The outside doors to the Primary School cafe will be locked at 8:15 a.m. This will help to better secure the school and keep track of students coming in late....

 

Library events ahead

The Goldendale Library is always active, and with the turn of the year, new and familiar activities will be taking place: Family Story Time is back every Wednesday at 11 a.m. starting Jan. 2. Hear sto...

 

Helicopters on Patrol

The weather was cold at 29 degrees with a light blanket of snow during this year’s Candy Cane Lane Parade. Locals gathered to see 19 entrants, with a few new names and more floats this year. Grand...

 

Candy Cane Lane to be heard on Main Street

Many know about the Candy Cane Lane Parade this Saturday, Dec. 8, beginning at 5 p.m. on the usual route, but here are a few things that I bet you didn’t know. The parade will be broadcast on KLCK...

 

Recyclables getting more restricted

The Goldendale Primary School says that, thanks to strong community support, it earned $2,756 to purchase books from Scholastic. They have already purchased 149 books with this money and will be...

 

Farmers Market Bazaar coming

The Goldendale Farmers’ Market Holiday Bazaar is being held Saturday, Nov. 17, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Goldendale Primary School,820 Schuster Avenue, Goldendale. There will be a large...

 

Rumors were exaggerated

The rumors of exaggerated accounts of possible protests at our Goldendales Candidates Night last week, prompted by planned participation of Congressional Candidates Jaime Herrera Beutler and Carolyn...

 

Timmerman revisited

Here is a short story sent in to me by Jessica Wilson, as she was so interested in this story. I know that the old timers already know the Timmerman story, but the newcomers may enjoy it. On April...

 

Kids can come as favorite character

Women Supporting the Badge invites all women connected to law enforcement to their Fall Rally on Saturday, Oct. 13, from noon to 2 p.m., at the KPUD building on Columbus Ave. in Goldendale, Lunch...

 

Vets Day Parade set to go

Goldendale’s annual Veterans Day Parade, only introduced in recent years, is now a major event for the city. This year’s parade will be Sunday, Nov. 11, at 2 p.m. Initially organized by Scott...

 

Primary School advises caution on pictures

A large crowd of first responders enjoyed a free prime rib dinner on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at the Goldendale American Legion, sponsored by the Sons of American Legion. Commander Jeff Furlong introduced...

 

Sign up for Reverse 911

It may be time to remind everyone, especially new people to the area, about signing up for the Reverse 911. You must have gotten a notification alert last week when the phone line fiber was cut in...

 

New coach Kristen Lantau and Goldendale spikers open season with win over Bruins

The Goldendale spikers will look a little bit different this season with the addition of a new head coach and a crop of freshmen stepping in to help... Full story

 
 By Brandon Cline    News    August 8, 2018

Fire forces people from homes

A fire that ended up burning nearly 15,000 acres started in the late afternoon last Tuesday near Wishram and Highway 14, prompting level three...

 

Long way around for phone call

I made a phone call to our Library last week, and due to their remodeling, they are outsourcing their phone calls to the Vancouver office. So, when you call the local number at 773-4487, someone will...

 
 By Stacey Sullivan    News    May 30, 2018

FFA Ag Day draws hundreds

The Goldendale FFA hosted its third annual FFA Ag Day on Thursday, May 24. The goal of the event was to increase youths' awareness of the...

 

Mary Stearns

Family and friends, we lost our Mom (Mary Stearns) on Saturday night, May 19, 2018. Mary was born on February 13, 1938 in Oxford, Nebraska, to John Pe... Full story

 

Fire Victims Auction total in

The Klickitat 23rd Annual Fire Victims Fund Auction and Yard Sale has gotten their final numbers. Says Victoria Knopes, “Our final total was $16,634! So we made about the same as last year which,...

 

Pearl Katherine Wilcox Bellamy

Pearl Katherine Wilcox Bellamy was born April 9, 1933, in Carrington, North Dakota, the only child of Clarence and Edith Wilcox. She spent the first... Full story

 

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