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 By Glenwood News    Community    April 1, 2020 

Virus guidelines in Glenwood

Several things have changed since last week. The news changes so quickly it’s hard to keep up. Both the Glenwood Station and Glenwood General Store have instituted new guidelines for social...

 
 By Mildred Lykens    Community    April 1, 2020 

In whom do you place your trust these days?

Because I haven’t heard of any news except for the virus, let me touch on it. For those of you experiencing a bit of cabin fever, remember the current deadline for reprieve is when the Lyle school...

 

Grocers in Goldendale ramped up for curbside grocery pick-up

In order to slow the spread of Covid-19 while remaining open to serve our community, our local markets are now offering curbside pickup. Both Market Fresh and Holcomb’s have instituted advanced...

 

Local group making masks for health professionals

Not just any face mask will do. During the current COVID-19 crisis, one kind of mask in particular is most effective; it’s called an N95. And a group of people in Goldendale are working hard to...

 

Glenwood Women's Club

Events and activities have slowed to a crawl or have been cancelled in our community, so there is not a lot of news to share. All of us are adjusting to social distancing. Most of you know already...

 

Lyle schools to stay closed longer

This is a tad bit too late this month, but getting signed up will get you included in the month ahead’s Our Klickitat meetings. A message sent by their liaison states, “Our Klickitat Prevention...

 

LOOKING BACK

February 20, 1929 - 91 Years Ago Gas took a drop of two cents last week, and again yesterday morning, the local price being 20 cents per gallon. February 28, 1930 - 90 Years Ago The Star Theater is...

 

Good Work:

Congratulations to Goldendale FFA's two metal art teams that competed Friday at Columbia Basin College in Pasco. The team consisting of Corbin Bland,...

 

FFA District

DISTRICTS WINNERS: Congratulations to the Goldendale Members who competed at Districts in Prosser last Monday. Ellie Rising placed 1st in the...

 

His legacy lives on

As I write this, I think of the legacy Tom Eldred left for all who knew and loved him. Tom’s life was celebrated in a beautiful service last Saturday at the Glenwood School. Though he is gone, his...

 

DEPUTY ACCEPTS CHECK:

Goldendale Grange officers Luann Kayser Whitmire, left, and Fran Songer presented Klickitat County Sheriff Deputy Gavin Marble a check to assist with...

 

Long House burns down

Lyle Fire Chief Dave McCune reported that last Sunday, March 8, his crew responded to a fire at the Long House at 270 Canyon Road. At their arrival, they were joined with the High Prairie and...

 

Leave some for your neighbors

The Washington State Department of Health is encouraging citizens to take it easy in the stores, issuing a press release with the following information: The COVID-19 pandemic may have you rushing to...

 

FFA convention

LEADERS EMERGING: Goldendale FFA Officers and Committee Members Sandra Crook, Grace Hanning, Kyhlie Linder, Vanaesa Ontiveros, Natalie Schroder,...

 

Fugitive sought, may be feral

Be on the lookout for an escapee. The incident happened late last month, and the perp has been on the run since then. Although not reported dangerous, the fugitive could be trying to locate a hiding...

 

Looking Back

February 24, 1900 – 120 Years Ago A new hotel at Bickleton is now about completed, being ready for the painters. It is a large two-story structure, fronting on the main street, and is a credit to...

 

Don't miss the Children's Theater

We’re recycling some old news, but these reminders are important one. The memorial service for Tom Eldred will be held at the Glenwood School on March 14, beginning at noon. A dinner catered by...

 

Volunteers needed

Lyle Fire Chief Dave McCune and High Prairie Fire Chief Tim Darland are seeking volunteers to help plan for the FF’s appreciation dinner scheduled for Saturday, March 14. Which brings me to the...

 

Longtime staffer retires

A longtime employee who is loved by all retired in February. Residents and staff gave her a retirement party at the American Legion. She will be greatly missed by all who live and work at New Hope....

 

Free eye clinic coming

On April 4 and 6, a free eye clinic will be held for local residents who do not have vision insurance or the funds to obtain needed eye care. The exams will be done at Dr. James Ogden’s office,...

 

Sewing machine winners announced

Winners of the Cabin Hill Gifts Sewing Machine Give-away have been announced. They are: Grand Prize Winner - Taletha Wagoner “I just moved to Goldendale three months ago, and I am completely...

 

Goldendale FBLA compete at conference

The Goldendale Future Business Leaders of America chapter competed at the Southeast Regional FBLA Conference in Pasco, Washington, on Friday, Feb. 7....

 

Looking Back

February 11, 1905 – 115 Years Ago Senator Baker on Tuesday last introduced a bill providing for the creation of the County of Benton out of a portion of Yakima and Klickitat Counties. The new...

 

Archery Sharpshooters fundraiser coming

The Goldendale Archery Sharpshooters are preparing to compete at the 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships in Grand Island, Nebraska, this June. A fundraiser to support the team will be held at t...

 

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