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Museum reopening set for July

As Klickitat County moves into Phase 2 of the state's reopening plan, the museum says it's getting closer to welcoming visitors at Maryhill. Museums...

 

Tribal testing site coming to Goldendale

The Klickitat County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in Unified Command with the Klickitat County Public Health Department today announced a service to be offered in Goldendale on June 11 to Yakama...

 

8th Grade promotions around the county

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LOOKING BACK

May 18, 1950 - 70 Years Ago Joe Allyn, popular Goldendale pioneer, who helped build the City “from Scratch,” is anxiously awaiting Tuesday, May 23, for on that day Joe will observe his 83rd...

 

HHS delivers $28,699,293 to tribal hospitals, clinics

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is delivering $28,699,293 from the Provider Relief Fund to support tribal response to COVID-19 in Washington. Nationally, $500 million in payments fro...

 

Remembering the empty saddle

We want to give Pam Keithley a big shout out for the condition of our Mt. Adams Cemetery. It always looks beautiful, but especially more so on Memorial Day weekend. Many visitors to the cemetery comme...

 

Graduation Cruise to be held

Lyle Schools will host a Graduation Cruise for our graduating seniors on Saturday, June 6, starting in Dallesport at 2 p.m. Grads will be driven through Dallesport and Lyle. Community members are...

 
 By Jim White    Community    June 3, 2020

What's in the Sky

Welcome to June-warmer weather, and the start of summer. Our nights may be shorter, with darkness coming later, but the beauty of our night skies make...

 
 By John Kruse    Community    June 3, 2020

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOORS REPORT: TOURNAMENT FISHING AND HUMBLE PIE

My fishing partner, Rusty Johnston, and I always considered ourselves to be very good bass anglers. At least, we did until we decided to dip our toes...

 

Graduation still in planning

Kinley Troh, a 2019 Glenwood High School graduate, has been accepted into the radiological technology program at Columbia Basin College in Pasco. Kinley, daughter of Toni and Bill Troh, recently finis...

 

Churches are 'essential'

For those of you that may not know: Lyle is in the Fire Zone 2, District 4. And it’s now in the burn ban order. On days like the past few, the wind could play havoc with any fire no matter how...

 

Looking Back

May 24, 1914 - 106 Years Ago Klickitat is never short of something new now and then. The storm of last Thursday will be remembered for some time by Horace White of Dot, who had a herd of sheep in Glen...

 

GFD now at 20 volunteers

Glenwood High School teacher and counselor Bridget McLaughlin posted an announcement regarding Glenwood seniors on virtual college signing day last Wednesday, May 13. Bridget commented, “Please join...

 

Virtual kindergarten registration coming

I’m playing ‘catch-up’ with the closings and re-openings of the businesses in town. All I can hopefully be up-to-date on is saying that the Country Café is open for takeout, the Lyle Merc is...

 
 By Kitt Tallman    Community    May 20, 2020

A brief history of the Farms

During this time of “Stay Home Stay Well,” the residents of New Hope Farms are doing just that. Since there are no fun activities to report this month, I decided to summarize the history of the...

 

Ketchum Kalf Rodeo cancelled

Our community was rocked by the announcement that the Glenwood Ketchum Kalf Rodeo will not take place this year. The Rodeo Association Board of Directors made the difficult decision to cancel this yea...

 

Lyle Merc reopens

The Green Space at the Lyle Activity Center is the location (corner of 3rd and Klickitat St. in Lyle) for fresh, environmentally safe vegetables and fruit being brought there by Mobile Farmers...

 

FFA to plant flowers at businesses

The Goldendale FFA is planning to plant annual flowers in the barrels in front of downtown business on Monday, May 18. The City of Goldendale has purchased the wave petunias, calibrachoa, and potato...

 

Restaurants open for delivery and take-out

Following is the Goldendale restaurant delivery and take-out guide, current as of May 11: American Legion—for members and their guests only 108 N Grant (enter building around the corner on...

 

Farewell to Alta

Glenwood lost a shining light last Thursday with the passing of Alta Valdez. There aren’t adequate words to express how beloved Alta was in this community. She lived a life filled with kindness,...

 

Some businesses getting creative

In lieu of the public becoming an all-out protesting mob by breaking the rules in order to re-enter society and get their lives back to normal, the government is opening certain stages of the...

 

April warmer than normal

According to preliminary data received by NOAA’s National Weather Service in Pendleton Oregon, temperatures at Goldendale averaged slightly warmer than normal during the month of April. The average...

 

Eastern Oregon University announces winter term dean's list

Goldendale’s Crysta Warren was among 581 students named to the dean’s list at Eastern Oregon University for the 2020 winter term. Qualifying students achieve and maintain a grade point average of...

 

FFA Plant Sale to be held

The Goldendale FFA will host the FFA Plant Sale, using scheduled shopping times through Pick Time at https://www.picktime.com/GoldendaleFFAPlantSale....

 

Students begin online classes

We’re still adjusting to changes required in order to comply with closures and social distancing during the Covid-19 pandemic. This week the Glenwood students began their online classes with their...

 

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