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One new case confirmed positive

Sunday, March 29 The Klickitat County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) states one new case of COVID-19 in the county was confirmed this morning. In a statement issued this evening, the EOC... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 18, 2020

No sports, no dining, no school, no pool--no fun?

An economist at the University of Wyoming recently dared to ask a troubling, perhaps forbidden question: "Are we overreacting?" The comment from Dr....

 
 By Sandra DeMent    News    March 18, 2020

Klickitat County now fourth in country for wind energy

Steadily, over the last 25 years, a major new industry has taken root in Klickitat County. It was the creation of no one person or company; in fact it spans at least four very different technologies....

 

FFA District

DISTRICTS WINNERS: Congratulations to the Goldendale Members who competed at Districts in Prosser last Monday. Ellie Rising placed 1st in the...

 

What is Coronavirus

What is Coronavirus? Coronavirus (COVID-19) is the disease caused by the new coronavirus that emerged in China in December 2019. It can be spread...

 
 By Diane Jessup    News    March 18, 2020

Animal Companion: Retail rescue part 2

“Chinese wet market” entered the average American’s vocabulary this past month when speculations as to the origins of the coronavirus COVID-19 received intensive media coverage. But long before...

 

Looking Back

February 24, 1900 – 120 Years Ago A new hotel at Bickleton is now about completed, being ready for the painters. It is a large two-story structure, fronting on the main street, and is a credit to...

 
 By Diane Jessup    News    March 11, 2020

Animal Companion: Retail rescue risks

Elimination of the canine rabies virus variant from the United States required approximately five decades and hundreds of millions of dollars. Imported cases present an ongoing opportunity for...

 
 By John Kruse    News    March 11, 2020

The Washington Outdoors Report: Franz has a lot on her plate

This week I sat down with Hilary Franz, the Commissioner of Public Lands and head of the Washington Department of Natural Resources, for a...

 
 By Diane Jessup    News    March 4, 2020

Companion Animal: You, your pets, and coronavirus

As of March 1, there were 13 confirmed cases and two deaths in Washington state and two confirmed cases in Oregon in human beings, of the disease called “COVID-19”, otherwise known as...

 

LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

We are not the radical left Most of us voters have received our ballots for the primary for the presidential election in Washington State. As I reflect on the last four years, I’ve been...

 

Police responding to trouble at schools

The Goldendale City Council has another new member. At Monday night's meeting, the council filled the position vacated two weeks ago when Justin...

 
 By Roger Nichols    News    January 29, 2020

City council short a member again

Last week’s regular Monday city council meeting was moved to Tuesday evening due to the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. The meeting had a meaty agenda and featured a bare quorum of four of the...

 

Letters from the Community

We need the levy Our Grange was privileged to listen to Goldendale School District Superintendent Dr. Ellen Perconti, Business Manager Dean Schlenker, and President of the school board Darren Hoffman...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    January 22, 2020

Browning Fire Extinguishers

First there was Bob Browning, who started the Browning Fire Extinguisher company in Goldendale in the 1980s. Then came Dan Chapman, who ran it for...

 

Legals for 1/1/2020

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR KLICKITAT COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of KENNETH MAKI, Deceased. Case No.: 19-4-00069-20 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS RCW 11.40.030...

 

Legals for 12/24/19

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR KLICKITAT COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of KENNETH MAKI, Deceased. Case No.: 19-4-00069-20 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS RCW 11.40.030...

 

Looking A Lot Like Christmas

The Farmers Market Christmas Bazaar at the Goldendale Primary School was one of several around town this weekend, offering cards and goodies galore...

 

EPA approves Washington plan to improve drinking water, wastewater infrastructure

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Monday announced it has approved funding in support of Washington’s $22 million plan for key drinking water projects and $120 million plan to improve...

 

Theriault quits city council

Mayor Mike Canon made a surprise announcement at the beginning of Monday night's Goldendale City Council meeting, reading from a letter he received...

 

Working for you, please speak so I can hear you

Whether you’re a commercial fisherman on the coast or a farmer living in the shadow of Mt. Adams—I work for you. Taking your voice to Congress is not only important, it’s the only way to...

 

Childcare crisis focus of special meeting

Is the State of Washington trying to legislate parenting into obsolescence? The question seemed to linger in the air at a meeting Nov. 5 to address the childcare crisis in Washington, specifically...

 

Looking Back

November 11, 1989 - 1889 State Seal: Only days before the first State Legislature met in November of 1889, Olympia Jeweler Charles Talcott was asked to design an official seal for the new State of...

 

Rate going up for natural gas customers

Natural gas customers in Washington will see higher energy bills beginning Nov. 1 due in part to last winter’s colder temperatures coupled with the 2018 gas pipeline explosion in British Columbia....

 

School observes 100 years in same building

The Centerville school is excitedly celebrating its centennial this school year. The school opened in September of 1919 and has been continuously...

 

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