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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...

 

Museum curator keeps memories alive

The Klickitat County servicemen who lost their lives in service to our country won’t soon be forgotten thanks to a local woman committed to her call of duty. Louise Palermo, Curator of Education at...

 

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July 10, 1919 – 100 Years Ago Five cars of material for the Centerville School building are on the road. Other supplies are on the ground. Ground was broken the first of the week, and contractor...

 

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July 30, 1904 – 115 Years Ago W.H. Miller says the rural telephone line at Columbus will add a number of new phones. Barbwire has been used for line, but it has not proved satisfactory, and the...

 

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July 3, 1919 – 100 Years Ago N.B. Brooks finished burning the first kiln of brick Tuesday morning this week. The kiln contained 200,000 good grade bricks and will be used in the new...

 
 By Richard Lefever    News    July 17, 2019

Goldendale woman Grange Volunteer of the Year

MaryAnn Enyeart of Goldendale was recipient of the honored Grange Public Service Volunteer of the Year award at the 130th Annual Washington State...

 

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July 6, 1904 - 115 Years Ago A three-year lease with a bond for a deed has been executed by the trustees of the Klickitat Academy, surrendering the property of that institution to the directors of...

 

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July 6, 1907 – Agriculturist – 112 Years Ago We still have a few hundred of those good post left at the boring mill 4 miles north of Goldendale. They are cores from the towns log water pipe, 5 ...

 

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June 21, 1920 – 99 Years Ago It is said that nearly 200,000 head of sheep are now on the range in the vicinity of Mt. Adams. One sheep man estimated that it will take two acres of land for one...

 

Alice Lenoir

Alice passed away after a brief illness at her home in Goldendale, at the age of 91. She was born to the late James Paul Stackhouse and Nellie Blye...

 

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June 11, 1896 – 123 Years Ago Wednesday and Thursday of last week a number of dead sheep came floating down the river. Know not how they came there. The report has been circulated that the Rufus ste...

 

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June 3, 1905 – 114 Years Ago S.C. Ziegler of White Salmon has solved the labor question. He has the prize berry pickers of the country. He also has the best looking and most attractive “gang...

 

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May 25, 1882 – 137 Years Ago Eight years ago, Mr. Abel Bloodgood came to Klickitat and settled two miles north of town at the big spring which furnishes water power for both our flouring mills. Ther...

 

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April 12, 1929 – 90 Years Ago Goldendale Postmaster T.A. Graham received a certificate this week, from the Daniel Guggenheim Fund for Promotion of Aeronautics, Inc. which is to be presented to the S...

 

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May 16, 1889 - 130 Years Ago It is but necessary to call the attention of our readers to the fact that last Monday was the 13th day of May, to carry their minds back over the period of one year in...

 

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April 4, 1889 – 130 Years Ago We are indeed happy to announce that Engineer Habersham, who has taken charge of the engineering Department of the Columbia Valley and Goldendale Rail Road, is highly...

 
 By Brendan Relaford    News    May 8, 2019

Presby opens for the season

When the Presby House Museum opened on May 1, two people were waiting at the door to take a tour. Later, three more people arrived to ask for...

 

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April 15, 1905 – 114 Years Ago Game Warden Robert M. Ballou hands in the following important item: Any person who shall kill and destroy any coyote, wolf, lynx, wild cat, or cougar in the State of W...

 

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April 4, 1889 - 130 Years Ago Several gentlemen have volunteered to take a thousand dollars each of stock in a first-class hotel in Goldendale. Who will be next? This is not by any means as big an...

 

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March 21, 1891 – 128 Years Ago The Grangers of No. 6, have organized and incorporated a business association under the name of Number Six Cooperative Association, Patrons of Husbandry. The business...

 

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November 13, 1909 – 110 Years Ago N.B. Brooks purchased a tract of land 33 feet wide by 83 feet deep, on Main Street to erect a brick building for the Star Theater. [Throughout its days (until...

 

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February 20, 1919 – 100 Years Ago The stated policy of “Always at your Service,” of the Pacific Power and Light Company is beginning to worry the local officials somewhat. Since the first of...

 

County kids off to the Great War

On April 6, 1917, the United States joined its allies-Britain, France, Italy, Romania, Russia, and Japan-to fight the Germans, Austria-Hungary,...

 

Looked what was missed back in Civics class

Well, it looks like Republican State Representative Matt Shea and some of my like-minded neighbors want to secede eastern Washington from the west side and form “Liberty State.” This is based on...

 

Max Fernandez

Max Fernandez passed Oct. 14 and will be honored at Goldendale Grange Friday, Nov. 16 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Maximiliano A Fernandez grew up on a large...

 

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