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HAM to serve ham

“March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb”—and if so, we might have a chance at a break in this weather. We believed the groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, when on Feb. 2 he did not see hi...

 

The paper you're holding was printed in Yakima today

For the past several decades, The Sentinel was printed in Hood River, then in Salem, Oregon, by Columbia Gorge Press, a division of Eagle Newspapers. Today, March 6, 2019, marks the first day The...

 

New theater season opens with Welles

Do you enjoy live theater and music? Find yourself wishing you did not have to go to Portland for a night out? Things may be looking up for you. The entertainment scene in The Dalles has been...

 

Lloyd to speak on Mt. Adams

Daryll Lloyd, widely regarded as one of the foremost authorities on Mount Adams and its shadow, will visit Goldendale on February 28 to promote his...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    January 9, 2019

Sun comes out for Polar Plunge but after everyone leaves

Both the water and the weather was warmer this year as dozens of spectators lined the beach at Maryhill to cheer on the 35 or so brave plungers who... Full story

 

Measles case confirmed in The Dalles

If you were at the Fred Meyer store or the Discovery Center in The Dalles late last month, you may have been exposed to measles. On Jan. 3, public health authorities received confirmation of a case...

 

Doris Ihrig

Doris (Dehart) Ihrig passed away peacefully in her home Dec. 11, 2018 to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ whom she loved so dearly. She was bo... Full story

 

Glenwood student among finalists

Our hearts are heavy here in Glenwood again this week as we hear of the passing of Mark Wiltz. Mark and Michelle moved to Glenwood about a year and a half ago, Hood River transplants coming to enjoy...

 
 By Sandy DeMent    News    December 12, 2018

New bus service a success

You’ve been licensed to drive since you were 16 years old. You assume you’ll continue driving until that band of angels swoops down for you. Not so fast, Frankie! Once you can no longer see, or...

 

Moving tribute to Jaime

In a very moving tribute to “Glenwood kid” Jaime Louise Throop Espinoza, her family was invited to serve as Grand Marshals for the annual Candy Cane Lane Parade in Goldendale last Saturday...

 

State Awards Nearly $18 Million for Salmon Recovery Projects Statewide

The Washington Salmon Recovery Funding Board Monday announced the award of nearly $18 million in grants, including nearly half a million dollars for Klickitat County, for projects to restore salmon...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    December 5, 2018

Two meets for Goldendale wrestlers after tough opening tournament in Yakima

There wasn't much success in terms of winning matches for the Goldendale wrestlers during Saturday's Davis Invitational, the first tournament all... Full story

 

Two Goldendale teams to compete in Gorge Futsal League

Goldendale soccer coach and enthusiast Mike DeMott talked earlier this year about the possibility of guiding a futsal team this winter in the Gorge... Full story

 

Museum to hold centennial celebration

Maryhill Museum will hold a special ceremony at Stonehenge Memorial on Sunday, Nov. 11, as it marks the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, pausing...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 31, 2018

Timmerman skull was shared with many in Goldendale

A reader has provided a very spooky—and surprising—Halloween story to share with Goldendale. His tale is as eerie and macabre as any one might...

 

Museum to hold special centennial events

As Maryhill Museum of Art prepares to close out its 2018 season, a weekend of events will mark Veterans Day and the 100th anniversary of the...

 

Gorge Winds in concert

The Gorge Winds Concert Band proudly presents a night of frightful music entitled “October Spooktacular” on Sunday, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m. at The Dalles Middle School. This concert will feature band...

 

Gorge Grown to go year-round

As promised, I’m adding a little more about fresh produce and because I feel nutrition is a priority for good health, and I want you readers around a long time. The Gorge Grown Food Network’s...

 

Goldendale hosts Gorge Youth Football last Saturday, again on Oct. 6

Goldendale hosted Gorge Youth Football games last weekend for the first of two times this season, with the second home games slated for Oct. 6.... Full story

 

Columbia Hills adds to staff

Derek and Domonique Krentz of Columbia Hills Memorial Chapel have announced an addition to their staff. Victoria Lara began working for Gardner Funeral home in White Salmon and Columbia Hills in...

 

Voter registration drive coming to Goldendale

The Columbia Women’s Action Network is planning voter registration events in the Columbia Gorge in time for the November Primary Election. The goal for the 2018 National Voter registration Day is...

 

CGCC-SBDC sponsors DOR seminar

The Columbia Gorge Community College’s (CGCC) its Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is sponsoring two Washington State tax obligation seminars that will be presented by the Department of...

 

Photographer captures 50 years of Mt. Adams

For anyone who is intrigued with the Pacific Northwest's majestic peaks, Ever Wild: A Lifetime on Mount Adams offers a first-time, close-up look at...

 

School has started

The first school bell has rung, Tuesday, Sept. 4. The new year starts off without former Superintendent Mark Heid, but with past superintendent Ian Grabenhorst standing in as interim superintendent. S...

 

Saddle Club plans Meet a Horse event

Horse enthusiasts and riders of all skill levels converged at the Equine Trail Sports’ (ETS) trail earlier this month to compete at the Hood River Saddle Club (HRSC) two-day ETS event. They...

 

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