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 News    May 27, 2020 

KVH begins to reopen surgery and outpatient care

Klickitat Valley Health is beginning a measured and clinically led process to resume certain elective, non-urgent, and medically necessary procedures at the hospital and family medicine clinic in...

 

GFD now at 20 volunteers

Glenwood High School teacher and counselor Bridget McLaughlin posted an announcement regarding Glenwood seniors on virtual college signing day last Wednesday, May 13. Bridget commented, “Please join...

 

Drive-in Wi-Fi hotspots launch statewide push for universal public access broadband

The Washington State Broadband Office estimates over 300 new drive-in Wi-Fi hotspots are coming online statewide through an initiative to bring free public broadband internet access to all residents....

 

New county cases reported

Klickitat County saw an increase in confirmed positive cases over the weekend. Public Health has confirmed cases 20, 21, and 22, according to the Klickitat County in Unified Command Emergency...

 

Brending graduates from Boise State University

Corrie Brending, of White Salmon, Washington, graduated with a Master of Public Administration from Boise State University on May 9. Brending was among nearly 2,800 students eligible for degrees....

 
 By Diane Jessup    News    May 13, 2020

Companion Animal: The tether tither 1

Dogs are the most diverse species on the planet. Due to human intervention over what scientist now estimate could be as long as 30,000 years, dogs came to be in more sizes and shapes than any other...

 

New county cases reported

Monday, May 11 Klickitat County saw an increase in confirmed positive cases over the weekend. Public Health has confirmed cases 20, 21, and 22, according to the Klickitat County in Unified Command... Full story

 

Stanley Wilbert Crocker

Stanley Crocker, well-known and much beloved rancher and horseman died in The Dalles, Oregon, on March 16, 2020. He was 100 years old. Stanley was... Full story

 

Non-essential care halted at KVH

Klickitat Valley Health Monday prepared the following information, which The Sentinel is sharing in its entirety. Stay home. Those two words have...

 
 By John Kruse    News    April 1, 2020

The Washington Outdoors Report: Columbia Hills

Last week's edition outlined all of the public lands that were open in Washington State, albeit with several restrictions. We edited that column...

 

KVH prepares staff, facility for COVID-19 care

Monday, March 30 Klickitat Valley Health today prepared the following information, which The Sentinel is sharing in its entirety. Stay home. Those two words have become a national rally cry as... Full story

 

KVH continues to test for COVID-19, prepares for surge

As the status of COVID-19 changes day by day and hour by hour, Klickitat Valley Health (KVH) says it's been preparing for the virus for some time. KVH's Incident Command Team has been working around...

 

LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

Here's why it helps This letter is for all Goldendale-area restaurant and bar owners and their patrons. I write this as someone whose entire immediate family lives in Goldendale and all of whom are in...

 

Pence arrives at 'epicenter' of outbreak

On the day Washington state recorded its 11th death from the COVID-19 virus, Vice President Mike Pence arrived in Pierce County to meet with Gov. Jay...

 

Trout Lake student in national GeoBee

The National Geographic Society named Anders Daly, a fifth grader at Trout Lake School in Trout Lake, as one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2020 National Geographic GeoBee State...

 

KVH says it's preparing for surge, continues testing

As the status of COVID-19 changes day by day and hour by hour, Klickitat Valley Health (KVH) says it's been preparing for the virus for some time. KVH's Hospital Incident Command Team has been... Full story

 

Acupuncturist pins hope on patients

In the last few decades, alternative paths to health and healing have become more prevalent, and Anne Anderson of Serenity Health Acupuncture has...

 
 By John Miller    News    February 26, 2020

Centerville School to celebratea century of history this year

The Centerville School will celebrate its 100th birthday on Friday, May 1. The brick school building, completed in November 1919, is one of the...

 
 By Diane Jessup    News    February 26, 2020

Companion Animal: Upcoming pet events

Most people are familiar with dog shows, those beauty contests where purebred dogs are judged on how closely they resemble the written standard of perfection for each breed. But there is much more in...

 

Dean's Lists notices

Eastern Oregon University Eastern Oregon University named 523 students to the dean’s list for the 2019 fall term. Qualifying students achieve and maintain a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    February 5, 2020

New doctor, familiar face

He's the hometown guy with the golden touch, physiologically speaking. Dr. Mason Chambers, who grew up near Blockhouse and whose family has deep...

 

Vincent G. Dressel

Vincent G. Dressel, the most colorful man I know, was born on a cold winter, Feb. 25, 1948, to Jack and Polly Dressel in Goldendale. Vince passed away... Full story

 

WSU Conference brings women in agriculture together

On Saturday, Jan. 25, the 2020 Women in Agriculture Conference will offer women in Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Montana, Alaska and Hawaii a unique opportunity to gather in three different locations...

 

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...

 

Lawmakers are subject to records requests

In 1869, the Daily Cleveland Herald quoted lawyer John Godfrey Saxe as saying, “Laws, like sausages, cease to inspire respect in proportion as we know how they are made.” That saying, or variants...

 

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