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 News    April 24, 2019 

State passes law to make daylight savings time permanent

Legislation to make daylight saving time the year-round standard passed the Washington State House of Representatives yesterday by a margin of 90 to...


HAM to serve ham

“March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb”—and if so, we might have a chance at a break in this weather. We believed the groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, when on Feb. 2 he did not see hi...


Winners announced for ESD 105 High School Art Show

Seven pieces by high school artists from south central Washington will be advancing to OSPI's statewide Superintendent's High School Art Show later...


Goldendale FFA celebrates National FFA Week

The Goldendale Future Farmers of America (FFA) is participating in the 2019 National FFA week. The FFA Week embraces more than 91 years of FFA...


Lois (Crevling) Layman

Lois Mayre (Crevling) Layman left this world on Feb. 8, 2019, to join her Lord God and her dearly beloved husband, Jim, in Heaven. The youngest of... Full story


Bill would require sex ed

A proposed bill would require public schools to provide comprehensive sexual health education as a part of their curriculum. Senate Bill 5395 is co-sponsored by 17 Democratic representatives and...


Theodora (Teddy) Hathaway Cole

Theodora (Teddy) Hathaway Cole, 87, passed away on Jan. 26, 2019 in The Dalles. Teddy was born on Oct. 1, 1931, in Trenton, New Jersey, to Lenora... Full story

 By Emma Scher    News    February 13, 2019

Burial, cremation, or…compost?

Giving a whole new meaning to “pushing up daisies,” Washington residents may be able to compost their bodies into soil when they die. House Bill 1162 would legalize two environmentally-conscious...

 By Emma Scher    News    February 13, 2019

Bill would change tenant eviction process

A package of bills aimed at reforming eviction practices were considered in the House Civil Rights and Judiciary Committee this week. House Bills 1453, 1964 and 1462 would provide protection to...

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    January 23, 2019

Goldendale girls still looking for first SCAC West win

Goldendale's girls, still searching for their first South Central Athletic Conference West win this season, came close last Tuesday at home in a... Full story


City awarded grant to combat youth drug use

The community of Goldendale has received a state grant of $65,455 to reduce youth alcohol, marijuana, and other drug use and to work with community members to support youth in making healthy choices....


Lyle-Wishram boys even in EWAC play after two straight wins

The Lyle-Wishram Cougars, after a tough stretch of the schedule to start Eastern Washington Athletic Conference play, enter the Christmas break... Full story


Letters from the Community

Made the right choice My decision to vote for Chris Corry for State Representative was reaffirmed after reading Sasha Bentley’s letter in the Sentinel (Nov. 21). In that letter, she had the nerve...


Learn about cider production

The Washington State University Extension and Oregon State University Extension will hold an all-day, exploratory workshop called “From Orchard to Glass: Exploring Commercial Craft Hard Cider and Pe...


AG launches new program for military families and legal help

In honor of Veterans Day on Sunday, Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced Monday new resources aimed at helping military service members and veterans deal with legal issues. The pair of new...


Goldendale man promoted to captain

Keith Fahlenkamp was promoted to Navy Captain on Sept. 19 by Vice Admiral Johnny Wolfe. Fahlenkamp is an Engineering Duty Officer whose career has...


Farmers, ranchers have voice in farm program

Klickitat Farm Service Agency (FSA) County Executive Director Tomy Gertsch today announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will begin mailing ballots to eligible farmers and ranchers...


October is Student Loan Awareness Month

The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) is participating in October’s Student Loan Awareness Month (SLAM), along with coalition partners including the Washington Attorney...


Public invited to report invasive species

To help combat the $1.3 billion threat invasive species pose to Washington’s economy every year, the Washington Invasive Species Council is inviting the public to the frontlines of its work by...

 By Lou Marzeles    News    September 5, 2018

The challenging lessons of a Harvard class

The most famed of universities carry a certain mystique, and perhaps none does more so in this country than Harvard. The fabled institution has...

 By Lou Marzeles    News    August 22, 2018

I-1639 ordered to cease certification

A controversial Washington State initiative that would raise the age to buy semiautomatic rifles to 21 has hit a legal snag. Court action on Friday...

 By Brandon Cline    News    August 15, 2018

Primary sets up key district vote

Primary election night came and went last Tuesday evening, with a mixed bag of results for both Republicans and Democrats as the two parties set their sights to November’s general election. In the...

 By Jaryd Cline    Sports    August 8, 2018

Klickitat's Savannah Green returns after 10 days Down Under

At first, it seemed too good to be true when soon to be Klickitat junior Savannah Green got a letter addressed to her from Down Under Sports just unde... Full story


Lyle school district hires interim superintendent

Longtime educator Dr. Ann Varkados has been hired to fill the interim superintendent position with Lyle Community Schools. At their regular monthly meeting on July 24, 2018, the Lyle Community...


Robert Lee Felker

Robert Lee Felker was born in Audubon, Minnesota, on March 3, 1932, to Ward and Mabel Felker and was the youngest of seven children. Being the baby, h... Full story


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