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 By John Kruse    News    January 22, 2020 

Washington Outdoor Report: Outdoors round-up

FISHING: Steelhead fishing has been slow this winter throughout the state, including rivers in southwest Washington and the Olympic Peninsula that...

 

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

 

Looking Back

January 28, 1905 – Agriculturist – 115 Years Ago As most people know, the Catholic people of this vicinity have been at work for some months past building a new church edifice in this city. The wo...

 
 By John Kruse    News    January 15, 2020

The Washington Outdoors Report: Summer getaway suggestions

Believe it or not, now is the time to plan for your summer getaway and an outdoors vacation east of the Cascade Crest can be relaxing and fun. Here...

 

Looking Back

November 14, 1918 – 101 Years Ago The U.S. Government asked a loan from the people of the country of six billion dollars, an amount unprecedented in the history of the world. In three weeks...

 

Maryhill gets first mention in New York Times story

Maryhill Winery is the lead in a story in The New York Times published last Wednesday. The Times picked it up from Associated Press. The story, “From Modest Beginnings, Washington Now a Force in...

 

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...

 

Christmas cantata

A community choir has begun rehearsals for a Christmas cantata called “Waiting for Christmas,” arranged and orchestrated by Marty Parks. Barb Stout is conducting, with Betty Fahlenkamp...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 23, 2019

Noah reaches for the stars

Noah Messenger saw his wishing star and made a wish. Now he's waiting to see if it comes true. The Goldendale youth was 18 when his footing slipped... Full story

 

City hears on new RV park, Food Bank

Goldendale's newest development, the nearly completed Stargazers RV Park and Resort, will open soon: "Sometime between the first of November and Thank...

 

Letters from the Community

She's the one I received my official ballot in the mail, and there is one particular race I wanted to give my opinion on. I served as a school board member for two very stressful but very meaningful...

 

Looking Back

September 16, 1916 – 103 Years Ago Marshall Burgen and his assistants are moving the hitching racks from the old location north of the Post Office, to the lots across the street from The Sentinel...

 

Kiwanis flag dates for Goldendale

The Kiwanis Club flies 110 flags in Goldendale on special occasions. Following are the planned dates for the rest of 2019 and all of 2020. In addition, approximately 50 flags will be flown at the...

 

Looking Back

August 19, 1920 – 99 Years Ago The recent heavy shipment of mail-order catalogs to this vicinity accounts to some extent for the slump in demand for a well-known bathroom necessity, according to a...

 

Looking Back

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...

 
 By Jim White    News    July 31, 2019

What's in the Sky

August is one of my favorite months for viewing the night sky. Darkness comes a bit earlier, nights are warm, and the summer Milky Way is high...

 

Maryhill Museum holds Plein Air exhibition

2019 Pacific Northwest Plein Air in the Columbia River Gorge Forty-four artists from the Northwest and across the country spent four days in a plein...

 

Sprawling Maryhill Museum project will be 66 feet

Maryhill Museum of Art’s collaborative printmaking project is gathering momentum in the Columbia River Gorge. The Exquisite Gorge Project is the first of its kind in the region and took its...

 
 By Isabel Rodriguez    News    July 17, 2019

Restored to shining glory

A person cannot help but spend a considerable amount of time taking in the distinctive array of dedications and memorials in and outside of Pioneer...

 

Maryhill Museum of Art

Maryhill Museum of Art stated last week that its ambitious Exquisite Gorge Project is finally under way. The project is a collaborative printmaking project featuring 11 artists working with...

 

New parks manager says come have fun

So what's your disc golf handicap? Never heard of the sport? Just ask Jill Sprance, the new area manager of seven state parks in Klickitat County,...

 

Bookmobile to add new stops

Do you live outside of Goldendale? Would you like to browse for library books, movies and audiobooks, pick up the materials you've put on hold, or...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    June 5, 2019

Foreign consuls come to city

This corner of the Gorge may see more interest in foreign trade, thanks to a meeting convened Friday at Maryhill Museum. The City of Goldendale and...

 

Maryhill takes 2019 Winemaker award

Winemaker Richard Batchelor of Washington’s Maryhill Winery has earned the 2019 Winemaker of the Year trophy at the annual Indy International Wine Competition, held May 22-23 at Purdue University. T...

 

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