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 By Doug Herlihy    News    March 20, 2019 

Goldendale aviator looks at 737 Max 8 aircraft crashes

Ethiopian Air Flight 302 dove steeply into the desert near Addis Ababa on Sunday, March 10, killing all 157 aboard. This disaster followed a similar...

 
 By Brendan Relaford    News    March 20, 2019 

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...

 
 News    March 20, 2019 

Pathfinders work to get to Bible Bowl finals

The Goldendale Pioneers Pathfinders is a boys and girls club for kids ages 10-16 through Goldendale Seventh Day Adventist Church on Bickleton Highway. This year the Pathfinders decided they wanted to...

 
 By Brendan Relaford    News    March 20, 2019 

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...

 

Looking Back

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...

 

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... Full story

 

New solar project set for Bickleton

Washington State Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz last Wednesday announced the first lease of state trust lands for solar power. The...

 
 By Brendan Relaford    News    March 6, 2019

A vision of health

The message Healthiest Organic Greens owners Richard and Melody Drake want to send about their products is: "Living food-eat fresh, be well." For...

 

Washington federal lawmakers join on letter

Tuesday, the entire Washington state congressional delegation joined together to ask United States Trade Representative (USTR) Robert Lighthizer to work with Japan to resolve technical issues and...

 
 By Madeline Coats    News    March 6, 2019

Legislators seek to limit plastic bags

Lawmakers aim to reduce pollution from plastic bags by establishing higher standards for the use of bags at retail establishments. Substitute House Bill 1205 is co-sponsored by 16 Democratic...

 

County to use new ballot counting system

When Klickitat County voters send in their next mail-in ballots, counting will be handled by the new Verity® Voting system from Hart InterCivic, an Austin-based election solutions innovator that...

 
 By Emma Epperly    News    February 13, 2019

Tiny houses bill proposed

Tiny houses are a trendy new housing option that are often considered affordable; however, zoning requirements and other laws make them difficult to legally place. A tiny house is usually between 100...

 
 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...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 30, 2019

Goodnoe Hills project still has water and good KPUD relations

Confusion flared at the Klickitat County commissioners meeting on Jan. 22 when it seemed that the Klickitat PUD (KPUD) had terminated some water right...

 
 By Sandra DeMent    News    January 30, 2019

The 'Age Wave' rolls into Klickitat County

(This is part one of a two-part story.) Every fall, the Washington Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) prepares a report for a conference of public and private health, aging and senior...

 

So long, Archie, and thanks for everything

When I first moved to Goldendale, in 2006, my husband and I rented a small house on Allyn Street near Holcomb's Market. There was a small feral...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 16, 2019

Sheriff says he will not enforce I-1639

At a constituents’ listening session Friday in Goldendale, Rep. Gina Mosbrucker (R-Goldendale) reviewed bills she is pursuing in the new Washington...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 9, 2019

Special first responders event planned for February

Michelle Priddy and her friend Brenda Larsen were minding their own business at the Goldendale Farmers Market last summer when suddenly they heard...

 

Skip Mulrony

Dec. 6, 1952 – Dec. 24, 2018 Everett Dean "Skip" Mulrony passed away at his home in Goldendale, Washington on Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, at the age of... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 2, 2019

Sentinel is 140 years old

The Sentinel is 140 and doesn't look a day over 75. (The Sentinel began using the same flag it has today, the title banner at the top of the front...

 

When nature and technology collide

This is part 2 of a story on the role a Goldendale company played in the recovery efforts after Hurrican Michael in Florida earlier this year, by...

 

State health plan shows strong finish

The Washington Health Benefit Exchange Monday announced that a total of 222,636 customers selected a 2019 health plan through Washington...

 

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

 

The battle against boredom is right before your eyes

Boredom is so... oh, what’s the word? Boring. Newspapers especially ought to know. According to some surprising recent studies (available for...

 

Vehicles bring library on the road

New mobile libraries are on the road and coming to rural communities in Klickitat and Skamania Counties. Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries is proud...

 

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