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 By Lyle News    Community    May 30, 2018

Power a brief snag

2018 Pioneer Days celebration hit a short snag when all the power to Lyle was cut off and the Twin Bridges Museum fundraiser of biscuits and gravy was stalled. But the lights came back on in time for...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    May 23, 2018

Group meets to examine planned pumped storage project

A representative of the British government, three U.S senators, a U.S. congresswoman, personnel from the governor's office and Washington State depart...

 
 By Lyle News    Community    May 23, 2018

First mobile Farmers' Market

Start your Memorial Day weekend by visiting the first mobile Farmers Market of the 2018 season on Friday, May 18, at French’s Farm, 620 Stated Street, at 4 p.m. And then repeat the same place, same...

 

Steven Andrew Johnson

Steven Andrew Johnson passed away on April 26, 2018, at home in Goldendale. He was born on November 25, 1978, in Vancouver, Washington. He attended...

 

Looking Back

April 2, 1920 A few days ago, the students in the high school at Lyle, or a large number of them, “struck,” because the teachers and superintendent would not permit dancing in the school building....

 
 News    May 2, 2018

Wyman wants to fund postage for ballots

Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman testified before the King County Council Friday that all voters in Washington should have the same access to the ballot box, and called on Gov. Inslee to...

 
 By Lyle News    Community    May 2, 2018

Time for the bird count

A message from Bob Hansen: “Folks, spring is here, which means it’s almost time for our annual Klickitat County Spring North American Migration Count. We began these counts in 2017, twenty-one yea...

 

Washington Health Benefit Exchange lowers assessment rate

The Washington Health Benefit Exchange Thursday announced it is lowering its carrier assessment rate by 55 percent, from $7.46 to $3.36 per member per month, on all 2019 health plans purchased through...

 

Simple Video Calling Devices for Tech-Challenged Seniors

Dear Savvy Senior, Are there any senior-friendly devices that you can recommend for video calling? I live about a day’s drive from my 83-year-old father and would like to see him more often but he...

 
 By Lyle News    Community    April 25, 2018

KLASAC training coming

Rita Pinchot, KLASAC coordinator would like to invite you all to attend an upcoming training being sponsored in part by the Klickitat and Lyle Against Substance Abuse Coalition. “Please join us on...

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    April 18, 2018

Goldendale Golf Club members and high school team get lessons from pro coach

Last Wednesday and for the previous 10 years at the Goldendale Golf Club, professional golf coach Jeff Bender has made the trip to Goldendale from...

 
 By Max Erikson    News    April 18, 2018

Rising pay scale causes ripples

The start of 2018 brought big changes to worker laws in Washington State with the passage of the voter-approved Initiative 1433. Initiative 1433—passed in 2016—will steadily increase the minimum...

 

Raising Alpacas for fun and profit

Ten years ago, my husband Pat and I began a post-retirement adventure which most folks would seriously question. Instead of touring the USA in a...

 

Ogden mission continues

Dr. James Ogden and a team of people from Goldendale have been on a medical mission to Cambodia. Following is another report from the road. March 28 We are all still doing well. On Tuesday morning we...

 

Comfort Case drive wrapping up

Mt. Adams Community 4-H kids have sold fruit as a fundraiser, and they want to send out a huge thank you to all that supported them; it is greatly appreciated. The Glenwood Women's Club is beginning...

 

What happened to spring?

Spring snuck up on me last week. But then again, it didn’t appear that way with a little snow flurry this past week. We can hope for winter to be over, except for keeping those mountains white for...

 

Auscrete on securing of city land

Auscrete Corporation has placed a story on its recent purchase of city property in Goldendale on BusinessInsider.com focusing on its stock market impact. The story ran on March 20 and is as follows:...

 
 By Max Erikson    News    March 7, 2018

Farmers Market looks to fill posts

The opening of the 2018 Goldendale Farmers Market (GFM) is fast approaching and some big shoes need to be filled for the upcoming season starting May 12. GFM is currently accepting applications for...

 

Bond ratings and your PUD: see the bigger picture

The Sentinel reported last week that the bond rating firm, Moody’s Investor Service, downgraded our PUD financial ratings from A2 to A3. While we had hoped it would not happen, we expected it. The...

 

Goldendale FFA wrap-up

Each year, FFA chapters around the country celebrate National FFA Week. The week-long tradition began in 1947 when the National FFA Board of Directors designated the week of George Washington’s...

 

Auscrete makes industrial park land purchase

Auscrete Corporation presented a check to the City of Goldendale last Wednesday for the purchase of land in the city's industrial park. With that,...

 
 By Josh Kelety    News    February 7, 2018

Washington health insurance market in flux

Washington state’s health insurance market is increasingly volatile. While the number of people without insurance has decreased every year since 2013, monthly premium rates have spiked and only one...

 
 By Josh Kelety    News    February 7, 2018

Lawmakers still grappling with court mandated education funding

Despite the passage of last year’s bipartisan agreement to fully fund K-12 public education with a property tax hike, the state Legislature is still wrestling over the issue. In November, the state...

 
 By Max Erikson    News    January 31, 2018

Service awards given

The Goldendale Junior Community Chamber (GJCC) and the Goldendale American Legion partnered together to host the third annual Goldendale Service...

 

Letters from the community

Melting Snowflakes Every spring the snowflakes melt to usher in summer. Snowflakes like Michael Oldfather’s letter will melt as the sunny, booming economy eclipses their dark and cold-blind hatred...

 

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