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Gorge LEGO Robotics tournament coming

The Gorge Tech Alliance, host of the annual Columbia Gorge FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) Tournaments, invites the community to come watch the fun and support our local students the next two weekends....

 

November weather was warmer

According to preliminary data received by NOAA's National Weather Service in Pendleton Oregon, temperatures at Goldendale averaged slightly warmer...

 

Looking Back

November 14, 1889 – 130 Years Ago The county officers have all moved into the new courthouse now, and the temporary structure which they have occupied since the big fire will be moved by its owner,...

 

Seniors getting accepted at colleges

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. If you’re traveling for the weekend, please travel safely. School will be dismissed at noon on Wednesday and the staff and students will enjoy the Thanksgiving break....

 

St. Nick coming to Lyle

Although we’ve had no snow—yet—to remind of us Santa and his sleigh, I’ve received the word that Jolly Old St. Nick will be arriving at the Lyle Activity Center on Thursday, Dec. 5, at 6 p.m....

 

Mystifying Fun

The Goldendale Middle School will be performing The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, adapted by Jon Jory, on Friday, December 6, at 6:30 p. m. in the...

 

Community Thanksgiving Dinner this Sunday

Here’s a last reminder of the Community Thanksgiving Dinner on Sunday, Nov. 24, at the school at 3 p.m. The church will provide meat, stuffing, and potatoes. Those with last names beginning with A...

 

KLASAC meeting coming up

A message from Sheila Crapper, KLASAC coordinator, with just a few reminders: our KLASAC meeting will be held in Klickitat next week on Wednesday, Nov. 20, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the Klickitat...

 

Looking Back

October 3, 1938 - 81 Years Ago Encountering a rattlesnake in any part of the country would not be to everyone’s pleasure, but to walk along the main street in town and almost step on such a reptile...

 

Looking Back

November 7, 1913 – The Centerville Times – 106 Years Ago Was there ever a quieter week in Centerville than the one just past? Telephones have been unusually silent—no gossip has floated around....

 

Klickwood still undefeated

Two towns, two schools, one amazing high school girls’ volleyball team demonstrated how well Klickitat and Glenwood have joined together to become champions. Last Saturday, Klickwood defeated Lake...

 

Edgewood Condo project conditionally approved

More about that Edgeview Condo project, at the west end of Lyle: it was approved on Monday, Nov. 4, by the Klickitat County Board of Adjustment but carried 31 Conditions of Approval the company has...

 

Goldendale School District receives grants from FFA Foundation

As part of the Washington State Legislature 2019-2020 capital budget allocation, Joshua and Randi Krieg of Goldendale School District have been...

 

Here are the contest winners

Our Klickwood volleyball team, the 2019 Greater Columbia Gorge 1B league champions, definitely had the most fan power in the Goldendale gym as they played two really tough matches against Trout Lake...

 

More bazaars coming

A last reminder: the Lyle School District Board of Director’s regular November meeting schedule has been changed and will be held on the third Wednesday, Nov. 20, instead of the fourth Wednesday of...

 

SOS Office identifies improperly transferred voter registration requests

During recent routine audits, state election officials identified roughly 1,000 voter registration transactions were improperly transferred. These registrations are connected to the Washington...

 

Looking Back

November 11, 1989 - 1889 State Seal: Only days before the first State Legislature met in November of 1889, Olympia Jeweler Charles Talcott was asked to design an official seal for the new State of...

 

Halloween comes to downtown

Happy Halloween!! Don’t forget the Halloween Festival in Downtown Glenwood Thursday night, October 31. The main part of the street will be blocked off for safety and cars will be there for trunk or...

 

Washington veterans can preserve their stories in the Library of Congress

Monday, Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler announced she is inviting Southwest Washington veterans to take part in an event Nov. 8 to record their stories as part of the Veterans History Project...

 

Mosbrucker chosen by hospitality industry as '2019 Legislative Hero'

The Washington Hospitality Association has named Rep. Gina Mosbrucker as “2019 Legislative Hero” for her work in the state Legislature supporting the hospitality industry. Every year, the...

 

Looking Back

October 15, 1891 – 127 years ago Dr. McCulley, the genial landlord of the Hotel-de-crossbars, has got a new boarder, or rather an old patron came back. His name is Alden Fairbanks, and he hails...

 

Rest in peace, dear friends

Our hearts are heavy as we share the news of the passing of two beloved Glenwood friends. After a long illness, Hazel Bertschi Parsons passed last Friday, Oct. 17, at her home in White Salmon with...

 

Don't miss the Lyle Craft Bazaar

November is just around the corner and I don’t want you to miss out by missing the Lyle Craft Bazaar coming the first weekend of Friday, Nov. 1. The hours will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday...

 

Halloween plans well under way

We’ve been reporting on the upcoming fall meeting of the Pioneer Association on Oct. 20. Because some who attended Lakeside school and were to be part of the program are now unable to attend, the...

 

Remember the Lyle Craft Bazaar

The regular scheduled monthly meetings of the Lyle School District Board of Directors have some changes in the last quarter of 2019. The regular meeting planned for Oct. 23 will be a short business...

 

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