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Looking Back

January 29, 1926 - 93 Years Ago Names significant of early history of the mid-Columbia river district will be adopted for two stations on the Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway in Klickitat County,...

 

Fill up those donation jars

Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone. Wow! We sure got hit with a storm last weekend. Many driveways were blocked by big snowdrifts from that persistent east wind. Sunday was a day of digging out, to...

 

The wild adventures of Spot-no, Bilbo

Klickitat Valley Health has a new website, so check it out. If you are unsure about your immunity status against the measles, a simple blood test...

 

Can't help but smile

The family of LaVena Williams would like everyone interested in attending her Celebration of Life service that it has been rescheduled due to inclement weather, from Feb. 16 to Saturday, March 30, at...

 

GHS Honor Roll announced

Following is the Honor Roll for Goldendale High School for the first semester of 2018-2019: 4.00 GPA: (9th grade) Grace Bland, Allison Hedges, Kaylee Wageman, (10th grade) Benjamin Bischoff, Emily...

 

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...

 

Measles a concern at Lyle school

The Dallesport Newsletter has an article about County Commissioner Dave Sauter sending out a notice of an upcoming meeting for all interested parties about I-1639 or Article I, Section 24 of the...

 

AARP has tax help program

The price of Forever stamps has increased by 10 percent and went from 50 cents to 55 cents, according to a United States Postal Service press release. The First-Class Mail Forever stamp price took eff...

 

Looking Back

January 25, 1899 – 120 Years Ago It is a shame, a burning shame, that the streets of Goldendale, with all the advantages for draining, with all the work that has been put on them in the past years,...

 

Millers had a baby shower

Klickwood teams will play Liberty Christian on the Glenwood court on Thursday, Jan. 31. This will be senior night for Glenwood’s senior, Kinley Troh, so let’s give her a good turnout to show how...

 

Help needed for Poverty Simulation

About this message—and to avoid confusion, it was not from me, but from a lady in High Prairie: “On the first Tuesday of every month, beginning Feb. 5, a group of friends and neighbors will be...

 

Parents wanted for Engagement Team

Are you considering starting a business but have questions on how to get started? Do you currently own a successful business and have tips to share, or a struggling business owner that needs some...

 

State of emergency declared for measles

A state of emergency has been declared by Gov. Jay Inslee in response to 36 confirmed measles cases statewide. Currently, there are no confirmed cases in Klickitat County. The measles vaccine, also...

 

Looking Back

December 7, 1898 – 121 Years Ago The surveyors of the Columbia Southern Railroad, now surveying between here and Lyle, have decided to go down Swale Canyon, instead of through High Prairie. This mak...

 

Rodeo Association to have first meeting

Once again, the Glenwood community came together to celebrate the life of a beloved community member. A memorial service for Roberta “Bobbie” Lane Burns was held last Saturday at the Glenwood...

 

Masons look for Books for Bikes

Announcements from the Primary School: The outside doors to the Primary School cafe will be locked at 8:15 a.m. This will help to better secure the school and keep track of students coming in late....

 

Mats made from sacks

February will present the Lyle Film Club with their first anniversary. The members are film enthusiasts, with some enjoying the chosen list each month while some watch and discuss them. They meet...

 

Looking Back

January 2, 1936 – The Klickitat County News – First Baby 1936 The Goldendale merchants cooperating with the Klickitat County News of Goldendale, are again offering the parents of the first baby...

 

Wiltz memorial held

At the January meeting of Glenwood Grange 94, Howard “Bun” Wellenbrock was recognized for his more than 50 years of service to the Grange. Master Linda Williams presented Bun with his 50-year...

 

Fill out the survey

If anyone has used eyeglasses, hearing aids or old cell phones and wants them to go to a good cause, recycle them at the Lyle Lions Community Center. They will be glad to receive them and have a...

 

Look, up in the sky

Have you ever wanted to know when the space station is going over your house? If you would like to subscribe to an email that tells you when the space station comes over your area, go to...

 

Too many losses lately

Our hearts are so heavy with sadness in our peaceful little community because of the sad losses we’ve had these last few weeks. Our deepest condolences to Trino and Rosa Murillo on the tragic loss...

 

Prom Night makes some changes

If you have any newsworthy item, about Lyle or surrounding area, that you feel the public should know, let me be your liaison. But take note of a change in my email address. Here it is:...

 

Good day for the Plunge

The weather was fairly mild for the 12th Annual Polar Plunge on Jan. 1. If you consider that the air temperature of 35 and water temperature of 41 is always cold, then, with no precipitation or wind,...

 

Looking Back

January 5, 1928 – 91 Years Ago The mild and innocent sheep which spend their summer vacations grazing on Washington’s mountain sides are the State’s best antidotes to forest fires, officials of...

 

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