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Jaycees announce Derby schedule

The Goldendale Jaycees (The Goldendale Jr Chamber) has announced that the 43rd Annual Goldendale Demolition Derby is scheduled for July 1. This is a break from the traditional date of July 4. The...

 
 By Jess Macinko    News    May 24, 2017

Weed trouble in Moro, Oregon

"Noxious weeds spread the same way as something that's viral on Facebook." With those words, Sherman County wheat farmer Bryan Cranston linked the...

 

Bennett Roy Smeltzer

Bennett Roy Smeltzer was born Jan 5, 1929, at Leeds, N. D. He was the first child of four born to Jesse Roy and Ruth Marie (Anderson) Smeltzer. Roy at... Full story

 
 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    April 26, 2017

Small schools set for Jeff Agar Memorial Meet in Glenwood

The girls for the Trout Lake Mustangs track and field team once again showed of its young talent while continuing to get better with each meet after...

 

Sherman County history online

Sherman County, Oregon: A Historical Collection is a new local history website (shermancountyoregon.com) honoring the people who lived in Sherman County, kept the records, preserved the stories and...

 

Gorge teams to state robotics tournament

Almost 400 students aged nine to 14 from schools all around the Gorge showed off their robotic talents over the last two weekends in the Gorge. Sixty-five student teams worked over the past several...

 
 By Contributed    News    October 12, 2016

von Borstel new vet at Mid-Columbia

Jana von Borstel is the new veterinarian at Mid-Columbia Veterinarian Clinic here in Goldendale. von Borstel recently graduated from Oregon State...

 

Bull Bash under the lights extends the excitment of the Ketchum Kalf Rodeo

The first running of the Ketchum Kalf Bull Bash was an unabashed success, particularly for Cody Ford, of Hermiston. He was the big winner, coming out... Full story

 

Looking Back

25 Years Ago - May 2, 1991 Eight Goldendale High School seniors earned state recognition recently for academic excellence. Angela Birney, Kari Case, Heather Enders, Elizabeth Johnson, Tammy Perez,...

 

Looking Back

25 Years Ago - April 11, 1991 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wesley have received word that their daughter, Karen, has returned to Fort Bragg, N. C. safely, after serving five months in the Persian Gulf War. She...

 

Bickleton boys third at Moro meet, Cloud wins round of javelin

Area schools took in the warm Saturday weather with a track meet in Moro and Andrew Gannon gave the Bickleton boys a pair of wins towards their third...

 

Cougars sweep Dufur, are 6-2 on year

Late inning heroics helped Lyle-Wishram/Klickitat pull out a sweep over Dufur in Lyle, 7-6 and 12-11, last Friday. Kurtis Billette's seventh inning...

 

Red Hot Frosh

There is always hot new talent moving into high school competition. The Red hot frosh from this weekend were Sam McCullough, of Lyle-Wishram and...

 

JV can't stay with LWK varsity, wins against the Cougar JV

Lyle-Wishram/Klickitat's varsity baseball team overwhelmed the pitching of Goldendale's junior varsity, last Friday, scoring a 12-2 win in a...

 

Davis fundraiser draws packed crowd

What an amazing community we live in! On March 16, friends, family and complete strangers packed the multipurpose room at the school in support of young Danny Davis, who was injured in a logging...

 

Weed and Disease workshop for cereal producers

Cereal producers are requested to sign up for a Weed and Disease Workshop to be offered in The Dalles on Thursday Jan. 21 at the Columbia Portage Grill, located at The Dalles Bridge Junction....

 

Cooley reunion draws 40 relatives back to Bickleton

What a big time we had here this past weekend.  The Cooley family, numbering about 40 relatives all, came for an overnight visit.  We ran out of beds so the rest of them rolled out sleeping bags on...

 

Lady Cougars tripped up by Bulldogs after romp over Huskies

Lyle-Wishram breezed to a three set win over Sherman County in Lyle, Thursday, behind the booming serves of Lacy Carse. Carse scored on four aces in...

 

Cougars sweep pair of matches to open volleyball season on a strong foot

Lyle-Wishram continued its unbeaten streak to start the year with a 3-0 win over White Swan. The game was won from the service line, according to assistant coach Joe Bales. Caity Showalter served up...

 

Pumped storage project on hold

A planned project for using an enormous pumped storage facility in Klickitat County to generate power has come to a standstill, at least for the...

 

Overseas military cemetery exhibit at museum in Moro

The Sherman County Artist Series for the rest of August is featuring local residents Bo and Mary Macnab with “Our Visit to Overseas American Military Cemeteries and Memorials.” Their display at...

 

Tech alliance to focus on STEM ed in Gorge

The Gorge Technology Alliance (GTA) is about to launch another initiative to impact STEM education in the Gorge. STEM is the hot acronym of the moment, standing for science, technology, engineering...

 

PUD pumped storage on hold for time being

Mark Twain once said "Rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated," in response to a reporter inquiring about his health. That could have been... Full story

 

Lariat baskets featured at Moro museum

The Sherman County local Artist Series is featuring Lariat Baskets handmade by Rene’ Moore through the end of June at the Sherman County Historical Museum. There is no charge for this exhibit. The...

 

BUILDING ABLAZE

A fire that started in an abandoned apartment building at the east end of Biggs Junction Wednesday destroyed that structure and one home before winds...

 

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