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School will open in classrooms

This is a last chance reminder to please make your donations to the Market Stock Sale for our Mt. Adams Community 4-H market animal members by August 17th. Travis and Kelly Miller are coordinating...

 

Have you seen Buster?

The Lyle Activity Center was a swarm of busy bees all set to protect and feed the public. The worker bees joined forces and were over a dozen separate hives; the Lyle Lions Club, Lyle Community...

 

Free food to be distributed

The USDA will be distributing free boxes of food in Goldendale from Chelan Fresh as part of the USDA Farmers to Families Program. There are over 900, 20-pound boxes of produce to distribute. Each box...

 

Speeders endangering construction area

Does anyone know how long we’ve gone without precipitation? This hot, dry stretch of weather we’re having is great for haying, but it sure has made everything tinder dry. I used to be able to call...

 

There's free drive-up COVID testing

You don’t need to be a member of our club to help. Lyle Lions Club meets the first and third Monday of the month at the Lyle Lions Community Center at the corner of 5th and Highway 14. Potluck is...

 

State Broadband Office needs help to identify internet service areas

The Washington State Broadband Office and state Public Works Board have launched a mapping initiative to identify gaps in high-speed internet service and areas of broadband infrastructure needs in...

 

Legends Casino to reopen

After extensive planning, property preparations, team member training, and at the direction of the Yakama Nation, Legends Casino Hotel management announces it will welcome guests back to the property...

 

We the people rally held

As most of you know, the Klickitat County Fair has been canceled this year. Mt. Adams Community 4-H club members have continued to work hard with their steers and pigs, and, for them, the market stock...

 

More info on the found service dog

From the High Prairian Newsletter and Fire Chief Tim Darland’s article: the 2019 awards to outstanding volunteers was published because COVID-19 blocked the ceremony that was planned, all the way...

 

Looking Back

July 29, 1920 – 100 Years Ago The Standard Oil Company received a tank of gasoline on Monday night this week and have assurance of another in a few days. This means we will have plenty of gas for al...

 

Free resources provided for high and middle school students

While families across the country still don’t know for sure whether their children will be attending class in person, online or a mix of both when the new school year begins, one thing they can...

 

Weather

Wednesday: July 29th Day Time: Sunny to partly cloudy and very hot, high 99 Evening: Partly cloudy, low 67 Sunrise: 5:44 a.m. Sunset: 8:35 p.m. Thursday: July 30th Day Time: Partly sunny, high 98...

 

Firefighters were amazing

Last Thursday afternoon our quiet community suddenly became a beehive of activity as a fire started on a ridge at the top of Bertschi Road. Our Glenwood Volunteer Fire Department was first on the...

 

Lost dog found and returned

Where was my brain last week? I was trying to give fathers a second Father’s Day. Sorry folks, but old age is starting to raise its ugly head and run rampant on my memory. Speaking of memory...

 

Baker makes Honor Roll

Krista Baker of Trout Lake, Washington, has earned a place on the Spokane Falls Community College Honor Roll for spring quarter 2020. Students must earn a GPA of 3.0 or higher to be on the honor...

 

Barrett makes Honor Roll

Wyatt Barrett of Goldendale has earned a place on the Spokane Community College Honor Roll for Spring Quarter 2020. Students on the honor roll earned a GPA of 3.0 or above. Community Colleges of...

 

Walker makes Honor Roll

Names of students who have made the Scholastic Honor Roll for Spring term 2020 have been announced by Oregon State University. A total of 7,004 students earned a B-plus (3.5) or better to make the...

 

Greig makes President's List

Mark Greig of Goldendale, who is majoring in Cybersecurity, has been named to the Champlain College President’s List for the Spring 2020 semester. Students on the President’s List have achieved a...

 

Mudfest going ahead

Mt. Adams Mudfest takes place this weekend, July 17 through 19, here in Glenwood at 1807 BZ-Glenwood Highway. The weekend will be packed with events, beginning with live bands providing music...

 

Railroad safety still an issue

Sally Zitterkopf contacted Barbara Parrish, who publishes the High Prairie Newsletter, with a query: “Could you ask if anyone has 1/2 pint jars they would like to sell.” Barb forwarded it on to...

 

Emotionally prepare your children for back-to-school

Between sheltering-in-place, online learning and time away from friends, many children will need a little extra support as they head back to school...

 

Grants and loans available to bring broadband to unserved areas

The Washington State Public Works Board is accepting applications for broadband infrastructure construction grants and loans now through Sept. 9. Approximately $9.1 million is available for...

 

Arnold does well in Nevada

We hope everyone had a safe and fun Fourth of July weekend. The weather cooperated nicely for picnics and other outdoor recreation. Joslyn Arnold had an unforgettable Fourth of July week in...

 

Fourth brought forth many

Two events happened this past week at the Lyle Activity Center that I was unable to attend. One was the opening of the Good Food Bank, and the other was the Black Lives Matter gathering. During the...

 

The Goldendale Farmers Market returns

IT'S BACK: The Goldendale Farmers Market is open again for the season, with pandemic precautions in place and in a new location. It's now at the...

 

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