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Tribe bans fireworks

Thursday, July 2 Today the Yakama Nation Tribal Council banned all fireworks within the Yakama Nation’s Reservation, allotments, and Treaty territories effective immediately and extending through... Full story

 

Tribal testing site coming to Goldendale

The Klickitat County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in Unified Command with the Klickitat County Public Health Department today announced a service to be offered in Goldendale on June 11 to Yakama...

 

Tribal testing site coming to Goldendale

Wednesday, June 3 The Klickitat County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in Unified Command with the Klickitat County Public Health Department today announced a service to be offered in Goldendale on... Full story

 

Yakama Nation receives CARES Act funding

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act—CARES Act—provides funding to workers and families, small businesses, and governments for economic relief during the COVID-19 crisis. This...

 

Mosbrucker huckleberry preservation bill passes House

A bill that would require huckleberry buyers to retain purchase records for at least one year passed the House of Representatives unanimously today (Tuesday). “This bill was brought to me by...

 

Rest in peace, dear friends

Our hearts are heavy as we share the news of the passing of two beloved Glenwood friends. After a long illness, Hazel Bertschi Parsons passed last Friday, Oct. 17, at her home in White Salmon with...

 

Klickwood Volleyball results

Oct. 15 at Lyle/Wishram Set 1: 25-19 KG Set 2: 24-26 LW Set 3: 25-17 KG Set 4: 25-17 KG JV1: 25-16 KG Stats: Laney Tuthill- 8 kills, 5 aces Brooklyn Emerson- 11 kills, 7 aces Julie Fink- 6 assists, 1...

 

Halloween plans well under way

We’ve been reporting on the upcoming fall meeting of the Pioneer Association on Oct. 20. Because some who attended Lakeside school and were to be part of the program are now unable to attend, the...

 

Another successful bazaar

We start this week with exciting volleyball news. Last Tuesday Klickwood defeated Yakama Tribal in their first league game of the season and then had a huge win against perennial league leader...

 

Klickwood Volleyball results

Oct. 3 Klickitat home vs. Sunnyside Christian Set 1: 16-25 SSC Set 2: 25-13 KG Set 3: 25-19 KG Set 4: 25-19 KG JV1: 10-25 SSC Stats: Laney Tuthill- 6...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    September 4, 2019

Court rules Glenwood is under Yakama jurisdiction

A battle over jurisdiction rights in Klickitat County's Tract D-which includes the town of Glenwood-appears to be over. Last Wednesday the United...

 

How can we make the best of a challenging situation?

Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney David Quesnel remarked in a story The Sentinel did earlier this year, “We want to be good neighbors, but...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    August 21, 2019

Yakama Nation, county present final arguments in court

The legal news website Law360 reported last Monday that the Yakama Nation and Klickitat County completed their final arguments to a federal judge....

 

KPUD to appeal BIA decision

The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) has issued a decision to the Klickitat PUD (KPUD) regarding the Mile Marker 28 fire that swept across a large area near Goldendale in July 2013. The decision was...

 
 By Brendan Relaford    News    May 8, 2019

Why does the Yakama Nation get to sell fireworks that are illegal in Washington State?

“The past is never dead; it’s not even past,” American writer William Faulkner once said. Events of both the distant and immediate past...

 

Regional sports round-up: Granger takes Goldendale

GHS Tennis On Tuesday, April 9, Granger High School took care of Goldendale by a combined team score of 6-4. The boys team couldn’t muster a win on their side of the court going 0-5 in both singles...

 

Goldendale golf places 5th

The Goldendale high school golf team travelled down grade to The Dalles Country Club on Friday, March 22 to take on host team The Dalles High School, St. Helens, LaGrande, Horizon Christian, Hood...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    March 20, 2019

Court rules against Yakama injunction

A federal judge has denied an injunction request by the Yakama Nation against Klickitat County, saying the county is within its rights to prosecute...

 

Bill to help track murdered, missing women passes

Legislation by Rep. Gina Mosbrucker to further investigations of missing and murdered indigenous women and other indigenous persons gained unanimous...

 
 By Brendan Relaford    News    March 6, 2019

Joint effort cleans up mouth of Rock Creek

For many years the Rock Creek confluence with the Columbia River has been a popular site for boating, fishing, swimming, and other recreational activi...

 

Regional News and Notes

Goldendale: 4H Archery fundraiser a success Bill Campbell, director of the 4H archery club said, “the potato feed and silent auction fundraiser was a huge success, we fed over two hundred potatoes...

 

Regional basketball round-up on march toward title

The march toward yet another SCAC title hit a minor speed bump for Zillah in Friday’s semifinals. The Leopards trailed Royal by eight after a quarter, but that didn’t last long as they bounced...

 

Weather forces postponement of Greater Columbia 1B district tournament

The Greater Columbia 1B district moved their loser-out games between Yakama Tribal and Trout Lake to Wednesday in Goldendale. If Yakama Tribal wins both, the championship games with Sunnyside...

 

Letters from the Community

RIP, Archie Thank you so much for sharing the heartwarming story about Archie the cat in The Sentinel. I’m very sorry about his passing. The people who loved him and especially you, Mrs. Shuey,...

 

Peewees provide great entertainment

We recently noted that Glenwood High School senior Kinley Troh was named as one of the Washington State Department of Education nominees for the United States Presidential Scholar award. In an update...

 

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