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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...

 

Washington Parks recognized among top parks

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission was recognized recently as a finalist for the 2019 National Gold Medal Award for Excellence at the National Recreation and Park Association annual...

 

Cougar shot near WS high school

On Sept. 28 the Klickitat County Sheriff's Office was notified that four goats had been killed at Columbia High School in White Salmon, with a fifth missing. The Sheriff's Office responded per the...

 

Looking Back

September 19, 1929 – 90 Years Ago Miss Cleo Shelton brought her High School domestic science class downtown last Thursday and Friday, and Alton Johnson gave a practical lecture on electrical...

 

Looking Back

September 17, 1904 – 115 Years Ago The lighting question of the farm and dairy, as well as within city homes and stores of today, is a question that is having its consideration especially among...

 

Pioneers meeting to focus on history

Don’t forget the Fall Bazaar this Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Glenwood school from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The hosts, Glenwood Homemakers, have over 20 vendors lined up to present their wares, ranging from...

 

Goldendale Fire Department takes delivery of canned water.

The Goldendale City Fire Department (GFD) recently took delivery of three pallets of canned drinking water. The water was donated through a...

 

Leaders Emerging

Fifty-five Goldendale FFA members were involved in leadership workshops hosted by the Washington State FFA Officers at the Evergreen Tour in Yakima...

 

WELL DONE

Congratulations to the Goldendale FFA members who participated in judging at the Central Washington Fair in Yakima. Livestock Judging Team Placings:...

 

Looking Back

September 21, 1887 - 132 Years Ago One of the teachers at the Goldendale Academy has adopted a novel plan to break scholars of chewing gum during school hours. She takes the gum away from each one...

 

Carr receives Lifetime Achievement Award

We are excited to share the news that Kay Carr has been selected to receive the Excellence 4-H Volunteer Lifetime Achievement Award from the Washington State 4-H Advisory Board. This well-deserved...

 

Last reminder for dinner

With all the conflicting meetings with the 30 condos project, the Lyle Community Council decided to postpone their monthly meeting until Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 6:30 p.m. at Lyle School, lower level in th...

 

Health Exchange releases 2020 health and dental plans

Washington Health Benefit Exchange Board today announced the certified 2020 Qualified Health Plans (QHPs) and Qualified Dental Plans (QDPs) to be...

 

Patterson qualifies for national rodeo

This week we have so much great news, it was hard to decide which should be the lead story. Let’s start with Emma Patterson, daughter of Shane and Billie and granddaughter of Alta and Billy Valdez....

 

Dinner and auction on the way

More news about the project for the 30 condominium project—the Planning Department would like to clarify a couple things about it and sent me this statement: “The Board of Adjustment meeting will...

 

Looking Back

September 4, 1919 – 100 years Ago It is estimated that 35 cars a day are traveling over the new Satus road, and more than that number over the Bickleton - Mabton Road. August 28, 1930 – 89 Years...

 

Looking Back

August 23, 1899 – 120 Years Ago Arrangements are maturing for the launching of a new newspaper at this place by the end of October. Parties interested have decided to make it a good agriculture and...

 

Saturday night was electrifying

Wow! That was quite a thunderstorm we had Saturday night. It hovered over and around us for quite a while. Although our valley did lose power, we are very thankful for our dedicated PUD employees who...

 

Get that Seahawks football

Twenty-plus Lyle residents attended the Planning Department hearing in Goldendale last Tuesday, Sept. 3, with pros and cons about the proposal of 30 condos being built on the west end of town. The...

 

Vachon a hit

The newest Goldendale celebrity is the mysterious and elusive Joe Vachon also known as Joe the Blacksmith. He was recently a contestant on the History Channel’s show Forged in Fire, a competition...

 

Red Cross urges blood donations after Dorian impacts blood supply

As the American Red Cross works around the clock supporting those impacted by Hurricane Dorian, providing food, shelter and comfort, individuals outside the affected areas are urged to help by giving...

 

Cascade Singers preparing for concerts

Cascade Singers community choir is beginning its fall season. The Singers meet under the direction of Miles Thoming-Gale Sundays from 7 to 8:45 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church, 10th and Union Streets,...

 

Farewell, Teunis

Our community was saddened to learn of the passing of Teunis Wyers last week. Teunis, great-grandson of the earliest Glenwood pioneers, cared deeply about the history of Glenwood and the Camas...

 

Updates on school bus schedules

The Lyle Community Council meeting will be a week later, on Sept. 10 at 6:30 p.m. at Lyle Schools. We will provide information and updates from this county meeting and continue community discussion...

 

Kiwanis flag dates for Goldendale

The Kiwanis Club flies 110 flags in Goldendale on special occasions. Following are the planned dates for the rest of 2019 and all of 2020. In addition, approximately 50 flags will be flown at the...

 

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