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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

 

We the privileged must listen and learn

Back in January I was asked to write the Goldendale Christian Fellowship’s article for June. We had no idea where our world would be in six months. My calendar said I would visit with my BFF from...

 

LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

They do so much I read the article that stated the Ross Foundation was formed in 2019, but Ty and Barbara have been investing in our community for many years. Their donations were key in helping us...

 

Community Meal program needs help

The Community Meal program—formerly known as the Soup Kitchen— at the Goldendale United Methodist Church has seen its role expand greatly since the “Stay at Home” edict began. The program has...

 

Goldendale churches maintain online presence

With the recent prohibition on social gathering, many Goldendale churches are instituting online services or church-related social media for worshipers. We've created a "Churches" section of our... Full story

 

Rosalee Opal Cole

Rosalee Opal Cole, 88, passed away on Thursday, March 26, 2020, at Ashley Manor in Hood River, Oregon. She was a resident of Hood River for the past... Full story

 

Some Goldendale churches are going online

With the recent prohibition on social gathering, many Goldendale churches are instituting online services for worshipers. Following is list of churches and their online access; be sure to check back...

 

Community Meals in urgent need of help

Saturday, April 4 The Community Meal program—formerly known as the Soup Kitchen— at the Goldendale United Methodist Church has seen its role expand greatly since the “Stay at Home” edict... Full story

 

LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

Much gratitude It turns out this Covid-19 is affecting more people than we know. It is preventing people with cancer from getting life-saving treatment. It is making doctors and nurses throughout the...

 

Some Goldendale churches are going online

With the recent prohibition on social gathering, many Goldendale churches are instituting online services for worshipers. Following is list of churches and their online access; be sure to check back... Full story

 

LeRoy Arthur (Pete) Schoot

LeRoy Arthur (Pete) Schoot was born March 9, 1939, in St. Paul, Minnesota, to Arthur Schoot and Edna Borseth. He passed peacefully from a sudden... Full story

 

Special Christmas services for Goldendale churches

The churches of Goldendale are holding special services and masses for Christmas. Following are their events: Assembly of God, New Life December 22 – 10:30 a.m. Kids’ Christmas Program 1602 S....

 

It's time to celebrate two seasons in one

Happy Holy-days! Not long ago I heard someone quite adamant proclaim that folks should stop saying Happy Holidays. We need to keep Christ in Christmas, I was told. This is true! I have never had an is...

 

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...

 

Ernie House

Ernest Leroy House was born in Hood River, Oregon, on Sept. 22, 1931, to parents Chester and Gladys (Richardson) House. He graduated from Kalama High... Full story

 

Cascade Singers preparing for concerts

Cascade Singers community choir is beginning its fall season. The Singers meet under the direction of Miles Thoming-Gale Sundays from 7 to 8:45 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church, 10th and Union Streets,...

 

Big River serves Native youth

The Big River Youth Council serves Native youth along the Columbia River. All Native youth ages 12 through 21 are welcome. BRYC raised money for this trip through Indian taco feeds and selling...

 

Soup kitchen still a busy place

The local soup kitchen that provides free meals to all attendees is seeking candidates interested in taking over operations. The kitchen will continue to provide meals to persons who are hungry and...

 

Brian Allen Wanless

Brian Allen Wanless was born in Seattle on November 21, 1946, to Neal Allen Wanless and Elizabeth Angeline Cochran. Brian's first and lifelong friends... Full story

 

Lessons from mothers for the whole month of May

In my home church, we honored Mother’s Day with carnations and special awards. The mother with the most children morphed into an award for the mother with the most children at worship that Sunday....

 

Good Friday music returns to UMC

For many years, the Goldendale United Methodist Church hosted a musical event at lunchtime on Good Friday. Locals musicians would share their talents and perform music appropriate to the season. This...

 

Rosemary C. (Hatfield) Woodward

Rosemary was born to John and Ruth Hatfield at Blockhouse, Washington, near Goldendale in 1926. She graduated from Goldendale high school in 1943. Rosemary married Dan Barbee in 1947. Her son David... Full story

 

County 4-H serves its community

The Dancing Mountain Riders (DMR) 4H group was one of two Klickitat County 4H clubs to serve dinner at the United Methodist Church Soup Kitchen in...

 

Leon Boyd

Leon "Dairl" Boyd, age 89, of Roswell, New Mexico, and of Goldendale, passed away on Nov. 28, 2018 in Portland, Oregon. Mr. Boyd served honorably as a... Full story

 

'Blue Christmas' service to be held

The Christmas season is upon us with round-the-clock Christmas music and never-ending sales. However, for many who have lost loved ones, the season can be a burden. The joyful feeling is at odds with...

 

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