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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...

 

Patricia Jensen

Patricia (Pat) June (Harbour) Jensen, a long-time resident of Tualatin, Oregon, died Dec. 27, 2019, at Cedar Crest Alzheimer's Special Care Center, Tualatin. Born July 16, 1946 in Goldendale,... Full story

 

Robert W. Neel

Robert (Bob) William Neel, 98, formerly of Goldendale, Washington died Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2019 at Laurel Cove Assisted Living in Shoreline, Washington.... Full story

 

Seniors getting accepted at colleges

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. If you’re traveling for the weekend, please travel safely. School will be dismissed at noon on Wednesday and the staff and students will enjoy the Thanksgiving break....

 

State adds guidelines against urban forest pests

Pests looking to make their homes in Washington’s urban woods may now face a stronger defense, thanks to a new resource released this this month by the state’s Invasive Species Council. The...

 

Theodore (Ted) James Carratt

On Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2019, Theodore James Carratt (Ted), devoted and loving husband, father, and grandfather passed away at the age of 80. Ted was... Full story

 

Childcare Forum Coming to Goldendale

The city of Goldendale is facing a crisis when it comes to childcare. Currently there are no licensed childcare facilities in the city. From an economic standpoint this is a devastating blow to our...

 

Legals for 10/30/19

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KLICKITAT In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN BRENT ANDERSON, No. 19-4-00057-20 Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Personal Rep...

 

Letters from the Community

Bring it back What a disappointment it is to learn of the (hopefully temporary) demise of KVGD community radio. Listening to shows like Democracy Now! afforded me the only safe opportunity to bring...

 

Letters from the Community

Vote against Referendum 88/ Initiative 1000 Under current state law, college admissions, state contracts, and hiring decisions treat everyone equally. However, Referendum 88/ I-1000 threatens that fai...

 

Teunis James Wyers

Teunis James Wyers, Jr. "TJ" "Teun" passed away on August 26, 2019 at his home surrounded by family in White Salmon. Teunis was born in Hood River,... Full story

 

Thomas "Tom" Joseph Doll

Thomas "Tom" Joseph Doll of Lyle (High Prairie), Washington passed away peacefully on Aug. 29, 2019, at the age of 84, with his family by his side.... Full story

 

Ross Roland Rakow

It is with great sadness that the family of Ross Roland Rakow shares the news of his passing in Puyallup, Washington, on Saturday, July 20, 2019, at the age of 87. He would be proud to say he... Full story

 

State asks residents to check trees for invasive pests

The Washington Invasive Species Council is asking residents to check trees and swimming pools in their yards for harmful bugs as part of the national...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    July 24, 2019

Bill to create new state dies, but not the idea

The controversy surrounding the implementation of the second phase of the I-1639 gun control measure on the first of this month has more people...

 

Herrera Beutler to host grants seminar

Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler and her office will be hosting a Guide to Grants Seminar on Aug. 8 at WSU-Vancouver. This event will bring together a variety of federal agency and foundation repre...

 

Turtles draw major media and WDFW to Lyle

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) spent much of the second week in July working to capture and monitor western pond turtles,...

 

Long announces new bid for Washington's Third Congressional District

Without a word of reference to her defeat to Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler last November, Carolyn Long Monday announced her candidacy for Washington’s Third Congressional District in a press release....

 

Ruben Michael Martinez

Ruben, as he was known to his friends, passed away suddenly on June 10, 2019. Some stars shine so brightly that they burn out before their time, Ruben... Full story

 

WSU announces Spring 2019 Honor Roll

One student from Lyle, six from Goldendale, and one from Bickleton are on the Washington State University Honor Roll for Spring 2019: Bickleton: Rhys Mabry Chapman Goldendale: Connor Lee Abbott Janie...

 

GHS senior receives UW award

Goldendale High School senior Sarah Gould has been awarded the highly prestigious University of Washington Presidential Scholarship, consisting of...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    June 5, 2019

Foreign consuls come to city

This corner of the Gorge may see more interest in foreign trade, thanks to a meeting convened Friday at Maryhill Museum. The City of Goldendale and...

 

Maryhill takes 2019 Winemaker award

Winemaker Richard Batchelor of Washington’s Maryhill Winery has earned the 2019 Winemaker of the Year trophy at the annual Indy International Wine Competition, held May 22-23 at Purdue University. T...

 

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