The Goldendale Sentinel - Headlines & History since 1879

(1704) stories found containing 'lyle'

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 1704



 News    April 17, 2019 

They're Off

On a recent blustery Sunday morning, 100 cyclists from around the state gathered in Goldendale to participate in a 90-mile endurance ride through the...

 

Honoring those now passed

As I write this, it is Palm Sunday, and we know how that turned out for our beloved Jesus, but today I received news of special people who have gone to be with Him. First I opened Facebook to find...

 

Legal Notices 04/17/19

PUBLICATION FOR: KLICKITAT COUNTY, WASHINGTON IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE JUVENILE DEPARTMENT THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO JASON BALL, allege d...

 
 By Brendan Relaford    Sports    April 17, 2019 

Zillah and Trout Lake come out on top in first track meets of the season

The SCAC West first all-league track meet was a runaway victory for Zillah. The Panthers boys scored 293 and the girls 291, for a total team score of 584 that crushed the SCAC West field of Granger,...

 
 By Brendan Relaford    Sports    April 17, 2019 

Regional sports round-up: Granger takes Goldendale

GHS Tennis On Tuesday, April 9, Granger High School took care of Goldendale by a combined team score of 6-4. The boys team couldn’t muster a win on their side of the court going 0-5 in both singles...

 

Calendar of Events

Events First Kids Stuff First & Third Mondays • Rainbow Girls meeting at 210 S. Columbus. Dinner at 6:30 p.m. open to the public with meeting following. (509) 773-4567 Every Wednesday • Community...

 

KCSO executes meth bust

On April 2 the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant at 430 Glenwood Avenue in Lyle. Arrested at the scene were Kimberly Delay and Randy Delay. The search warrant was the...

 

Small office space available

It appears that the Lyle BOGO went over very well. The parking lot was full at the First Saturday Lions Breakfast, and later those who came to the Community Clean Up got rid of all their unwanteds. If...

 

Legal Notices 04/10/19

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that a Solid Waste Advisory Committee meeting will be held on Wednesday April 17th, at 1:30PM Commissioners’ Chambers County Courthouse, Goldendale, WA For more...

 

Hear about school building purchase

A little misprint in the Enterprise about the date of our clean up, but it is this coming Saturday April 6, and Lyle has a BOGO for you! If you attend the First Saturday Breakfast at the Lion’s...

 

Kinley gets Soroptimist award

Congratulations to Bob and Leona Garner Guinn on their recent marriage. We wish you many happy years together, Mr. and Mrs. Guinn. Last Saturday, March 23, the Glenwood community and visitors from oth...

 

Youth survey results are in

Pa, get your overalls on and Ma, find your dust cap, it’s time to clean out those dusty boxes of who-knows-what. If you haven’t opened those boxes in the past year or more, it’s time to get rid...

 

Willis named Cattleman of the Year

Raymond Willis of Goldendale was named 2019 Klickitat County Cattleman of the Year at the Klickitat County Livestock Growers annual banquet held at...

 

GHS students raise money for Backpacks for Kids

Last Thursday Goldendale High School students Josie Quantrell and Leslie Smith handed $600 to John Shinn, president of the local Backpacks for Kids program. Quantrell and Smith, both participants in...

 

Track and field doing great

Glenwood may be one the smallest schools in the area, but we have some terrific track and field athletes. After having all their practices in the gym due to snow on Eldred Field, the team traveled to...

 
 By Mildred Lykens    News    March 20, 2019

Time change is annoying

Lyle’s Community Clean Up is a go! Thanks to Twin Bridges Museum board member, Oren Johnson who spoke to the “Powers That Be.” He asked for intervention with the slow process with Republic...

 

Bella to be a page

Glenwood has a new little cowgirl. Kelly and Travis Miller are the proud parents of little Natalie Louise, who arrived a few weeks ahead of schedule on March 3rd. Natalie weighed an even 6 lbs. and...

 

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...

 

Poverty Simulation coming

As the old saying goes, “March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb,” and if so, we might still have bad weather in the first week or two. If this doesn’t happen and the roads are...

 

1639 county meeting sparks comment

It may have been icy outside the Grange Hall last Tuesday, but inside the temperature rose as citizens gathered to discuss I-1639. The law is a hot topic in Klickitat County, and law enforcers in 21...

 

Lyle school levy passes

Here we are at the end of the shortest month of the year, and the winter is hanging on pretty strong. I’ve heard from friends and noticed on Facebook that many of us have very caring family and frie...

 

Letters from the Community

Why should it apply here? Gun violence is a serious issue in our country. There is no simple solution to counter this epidemic, but there are some commonsense steps that can be tried that do not viola...

 

Can't help but smile

The family of LaVena Williams would like everyone interested in attending her Celebration of Life service that it has been rescheduled due to inclement weather, from Feb. 16 to Saturday, March 30, at...

 
 By Emma Scher    News    February 13, 2019

Bill would change tenant eviction process

A package of bills aimed at reforming eviction practices were considered in the House Civil Rights and Judiciary Committee this week. House Bills 1453, 1964 and 1462 would provide protection to...

 
 By Sandra DeMent    News    February 6, 2019

'Age Wave' will affect everyone

(This is part two of a two-part story.) Today, Japan has the oldest population, with over 30 percent of its citizens over 65. The U.S. is expected to reach the 30 percent level by 2050. Studies...

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2019

Rendered 04/22/2019 11:19