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 By Diane Jessup    News    October 16, 2019 

Companion Animal: Meet the Breeds - Part 5: The Labrador Retriever

For almost 30 years now, the American Kennel Club has annually registered more Labrador retrievers than any other breed. The Lab is, without...

 

Ecology features landfill on website

Joye Redfield-Wilder Central Regional Communications Manager Washington Department of Ecology In the case of the Roosevelt Landfill in Klickitat Count...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    October 2, 2019

Community radio dies in Goldendale

KVGD, a low-power FM [LPFM] radio station, was heralded at its outset as a significant new contribution to community information in Goldendale. But...

 
 By Sean Harding    News    March 6, 2019

Inslee launches 2020 presidential campaign

Gov. Jay Inslee announced he is seeking the presidency of the United States in a video focused on climate change posted on his Facebook page early Friday. Inslee joins 14 other Democrats and one...

 

Rate decreases for Washington natural gas customers start Nov. 1

Natural gas customers in Washington will see changes on their energy bills beginning Nov. 1. The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission Tuesday approved rate decreases for Avista Corporati...

 

City-Wide Yard Sale spans the area

Goldendale’s second annual City-Wide Yard Sale is this week, and shoppers eager to splurge on new old stuff have lots of places they can hit. The sale is this Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5...

 

Rate adjustments for Washington natural gas customers start Nov. 1

Natural gas customers in Washington saw small changes on their energy bills on Nov. 1. The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission approved rate decreases for Avista Utilities and...

 

Low power radio gives progress report

Goldendale Community Radio has been on air for five months. During the two years leading up to the local low power FM station’s first on-air broadcast, organizers discovered a tight-knit community...

 

Natural gas prices for Washington reduced

More than 1 million natural gas customers in Washington are now paying less for service, as of Nov. 1, due to decreases in wholesale natural gas costs. On Oct. 29 the Washington Utilities and Transpor...

 

Offices on Columbus burgled

Doors were kicked in at two South Columbus businesses last week. The police have a suspect and report that while damage was done to the doors, small value items were stolen, leaving behind larger,...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    September 2, 2015

KVGD-LP closer to going on the air

A low-power FM radio station for Goldendale took another significant step forward Aug. 6 when a transmission tower went up on a utility pole at the...

 

PSE's energy does great things

To the Editor: Does anyone in our community and surrounding area ever wonder where the dollars come from to promote all the events, worthwhile causes and organizations we have? It doesn’t happen by... Full story

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    June 4, 2014

Getting ready for the worst

Jeff King plans for disaster. The head of Klickitat County Search and Rescue volunteers has an additional job with the county's Department of...

 
 By Jesse Sines    News    January 15, 2014

Soup kitchen gets fresh start, fresh food

The Community Garden and Community Soup Kitchen will soon be more closely related than what they might seem. The initial understanding for the collaboration between the two was using the fresh...

 

Students at PSE

Fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students from Goldendale and Klickitat primary schools and the Seventh Day Adventist school rolled into the Goldendale...

 

PSE hosts its annual tour for young scientists

Science students in Klickitat County are set to get a charge out of lemons and potatoes. A small army of fourth, fifth, and sixth graders will deploy to Puget Sound Energy’s Goldendale Generating...

 
 By Jim Fisher    News    September 11, 2013

Carpenter puts new face on Observatory

On Oct. 25 the Goldendale observatory will celebrate its 40th year of bringing the cosmos before the eyes of the masses. Built in 1973 to house one...

 

Lemon Power

Students from across Klickitat County were on the annual Puget Sound Energy plant tour in Goldendale last week. Here Goldendale primary school...

 

Top stories of 2011 include fire

Last week The Sentinel covered our top stories of last year from January through June. Among 2011’s most compelling stories in the second half of...

 

Students back for PSE plant tour

For the third year of the interactive tour at the Puget Sound Energy (PSE) plant, the employees expanded their reach beyond Goldendale; including not...

 

Students to get tour of PSE’s Goldendale generating station

Approximately 125 fourth, fifth, and sixth graders from Klickitat County schools will learn first-hand about electrical energy during a tour of Puget Sound Energy’s Goldendale Generating Station on...

 

New energy and land-use policies can help job growth

On Nov. 28 the Legislature will gather in Olympia for a special session to address our state’s growing budget crisis. Undoubtedly the discussion will revolve around program cuts, whether to send a...

 

Goldendale has many helping hands

The Sentinel asked its Facebook followers to share their stories of valiant efforts made by community members, businesses and volunteers during the ti...

 

Another tour for students at PSE

Kevin Guiney (left) shows Centerville students Jacob Bischoff, Emily Hurst, Cassie Kayser, Cort Ladiges, and Sierra Plum, and teacher Kirstin Cameron... Full story

 

Students get tour of PSE plant

Goldendale fourth graders got a feel for electricity at the Puget Sound Energy (PSE) Goldendale plant on Friday, Nov. 18, during their annual field...

 

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