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 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...

 
 News    March 20, 2019 

Pathfinders work to get to Bible Bowl finals

The Goldendale Pioneers Pathfinders is a boys and girls club for kids ages 10-16 through Goldendale Seventh Day Adventist Church on Bickleton Highway. This year the Pathfinders decided they wanted to...

 

Phil Telford

A Memorial Service for Phil Telford will be held on Saturday, April 6, 2019, at Granger High School at 1 p.m. Phil’s teaching and coaching began in Granger, taking him to Carroll High School in...

 

Joann M. Hutton

Joann M. Hutton of Ellensburg passed away on Feb. 9, 2019 at Virginia Mason hospital in Seattle. Joann was born on Dec. 28, 1947 in Portland, Oregon,...

 

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...

 

The paper you're holding was printed in Yakima today

For the past several decades, The Sentinel was printed in Hood River, then in Salem, Oregon, by Columbia Gorge Press, a division of Eagle Newspapers. Today, March 6, 2019, marks the first day The...

 

Bloom makes semi-finals

Congratulations to Dean and Jessica Russum on the birth of their new son. Spencer Calvin. Spencer was born on Jan. 31, weighed 8 lbs., 15 oz., and was 20.5 inches long. He joins his big sister...

 

Corry introduces bills to improve process for foster children

Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, has sponsored a trio of bills seeking to reform the relative placement process for foster children. The 14th District lawmaker notes that delays in finding suitable...

 

Goldendale High tennis ready to roll

After the girls GHS tennis team won the league championship in 2018, coach Channon Bighorn said he couldn't recall the last time that had happened....

 

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...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    February 27, 2019

Corry co-sponsors House bill to repeal I-1639

Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, says I-1639 has got to go, and he's co-sponsored legislation to make it go away. "It's an uphill battle," Corry says,...

 

Committee hears Mosbrucker bill on animal abuse

Rep. Gina Mosbrucker says the illegal blood sport of dog fighting has grown to “epidemic” levels in central Washington and other places throughout the state. During a public hearing last Monday...

 

Dwayne Ledgerwood

Dwayne Barry Ledgerwood, 63, passed away on Jan. 8, 2019, at Klickitat Valley Health in Goldendale. He was born in Yakima, Washington, on June 1, 1955. Mr. Ledgerwood worked for Longview Fibre and...

 

Regional Sports News and Notes

Tournament Basketball In SCAC West basketball tournament action, the 2019 1A Boys Hardwood Classic continued with regional play on Feb. 22 at Everett Community College. The 15th seed Naches Valley...

 

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...

 

Larry Dale Luloff

Larry Dale Luloff was born Sept. 23, 1939 in the German corn belt of Waverly, Iowa. He grew up on a farm with parents Lawrence and Dorotha Luloff and...

 

Linda Lou Foreman

Linda Lou Foreman of Goldendale died on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019 in Yakima, Washington....

 

Looking Back

February 8, 1923 – 96 Years Ago The county treasurer is now mailing out tax statements, remindful of the saying that taxes like death, are sure and certain—the only difference being that we die...

 

Goldendale takes four grapplers to State

Due to bad weather statewide, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) eliminated the 1A high school regional wrestling contests and folded all the of the matches into an expanded...

 

Corry proposes land rights bill

Looking to put better protections in place for farmers and ranchers leasing state trust lands, Rep. Chris Corry has introduced a bill that would change the Department of Natural Resources (DNR)...

 

Letters from the Community

Why should it apply here? Gun violence is a serious issue in our country. There is no simple solution to counter this epidemic, but there are some commonsense steps that can be tried that do not viola...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    February 6, 2019

More law agents come out against I-1639

Klickitat County Sheriff Bob Songer was one of the first in Washington State to say he will not enforce the state’s new Initiative 1639 (I-1639)...

 

King receives award for work on transportation

Sen. Curtis King has been honored by the Washington State Good Roads & Transportation Association for his work on transportation issues. King, formerly the chair of the Senate Transportation...

 

Mosbrucker and Corry hold phone town hall

Fourteenth District Reps. Gina Mosbrucker and Chris Corry want to hear from you. The two lawmakers, who are in Olympia for the 2019 legislative session, are holding a town hall meeting over the...

 
 By Sandra DeMent    News    January 30, 2019

The 'Age Wave' rolls into Klickitat County

(This is part one of a two-part story.) Every fall, the Washington Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) prepares a report for a conference of public and private health, aging and senior...

 

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