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 News    July 10, 2019 

We Love a Parade

This year's Community Days are in the record books as among the best the city has had in a long time, including- maybe especially-the parade Saturday...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    July 10, 2019 

State earns a dubious first place

Washington State is number 1! Break out the champagne! Oh, wait-do aliens drink champagne? Extraterrestrial interest has been on the rise since news...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    July 10, 2019 

Mom & Pop's offers on-the-run food

Mom and Pop have a diner here in Goldendale, and it's mobile. It's a new business place where you can eat and run-or run and eat. Mom and Pop are...

 
 News    July 10, 2019 

Kiwanis tournament big success

The annual Goldendale Kiwanis Golf Tournament and Fund Raiser was another outstanding success, reports John Miller. The weather was cooperative, the...

 
 News    July 10, 2019 

Long announces new bid for Washington's Third Congressional District

Without a word of reference to her defeat to Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler last November, Carolyn Long Monday announced her candidacy for Washington’s Third Congressional District in a press release....

 
 News    July 10, 2019 

Superior Court log

Below is a summary of resolutions from the Superior Court criminal docket for the week of July 1, 2019, provided by Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney David R. Quesnel. Superior Court is in...

 
 By Diane Jessup    News    July 10, 2019 

Companion Animal: It's in the genes

"It's all how you raise them!" If you own an American pit bull, German shepherd, Rottweiler, Doberman or any other breed labeled "aggressive" by the...

 
 News    July 10, 2019 

Corry hosting open-door meetings

Throughout the summer, Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, will be hosting a series of open-door meetings to listen to the thoughts and concerns of local community members about state government. The 14th Dis...

 
 News    July 10, 2019 

Emergency Management holds public meetings

Klickitat County Emergency Management is holding two public meetings this month to address the Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan being developed for Klickitat County. The first meeting is Wednesday, July...

 
 News    July 10, 2019 

New pastor at Bethel UCC Church in White Salmon

Rev. Laura Robinson will lead her first service as Bethel United Church of Christ’s new permanent pastor on Sunday, July 28, starting at 10 a.m. at the church on 480 East Jewett Blvd. in White Salmo...

 
 News    July 10, 2019 

Goldendale STEM girls do well in D.C.

Goldendale STEM girls Thea Smith, Natasha Muzechenko, and Jade Smith came home from the TSA National Conference in Washington, D.C., this week with...

 
 News    July 10, 2019 

Washington counties and cities benefit from local records grant funding

Nearly $650,000 in local records grant funding will soon help local governments in Washington state protect and preserve their public records, including Fire District 3 in Klickitat County. For...

 
 News    July 10, 2019 

State invests $16 million in grants to preserve forest land

The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Funding Board last week announced the award of more than $126 million in grants to a suite of 333 projects that build and maintain outdoor recreation...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    July 3, 2019

1639 goes into full effect

While Section 13 of the controversial I-1639 gun control measure requiring age requirements for gun purchases took effect Jan. 1, the balance of the...

 

KPUD to appeal BIA decision

The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) has issued a decision to the Klickitat PUD (KPUD) regarding the Mile Marker 28 fire that swept across a large area near Goldendale in July 2013. The decision was...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    News    July 3, 2019

Gun rights advocate at rally: 'This is a spiritual battle'

Joey Gibson's Patriot Prayer organization drew a supportive crowd of about 70 people Saturday afternoon in Goldendale, with a handful of people...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    July 3, 2019

State starts charging Oregon shoppers sales tax

A bill that changed the limits on sales tax exemptions for Oregonians shopping in Washington took effect Monday. Thanks to ESSB 5997, Oregon...

 
 By Rodger Nichols    News    July 3, 2019

Police chief reminds about fireworks law

It was a busy night for the Goldendale City Council. One of the main features was a report by the Airport Committee, which met for nearly two hours...

 

Kriegs honored

On June 23 through 27, 2019, Randi and Joshua Krieg attended professional development at the Washington State Association of Agriculture Educators...

 

Fire order issued for refuges in mid-Columbia River fire zone

Due to extreme fire conditions, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has imposed a complete ban on activities likely to start a fire on national wildlife refuges in the Mid-Columbia River Fire Zon...

 

President signs Herrera Beutler bill

Bill waives funding fee on VA home loans for active duty service members wounded in combat, helping more military heroes achieve home ownership U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler’s bill to make home...

 

What to do if you see a pet in a hot car

(SPM Wire) It happens every summer. Pets left in vehicles with no owner in sight. Unfortunately, it doesn’t take long for this circumstance to be dangerous or even deadly. Even on a temperate day,...

 

Ted Danson shares tips for healthy aging

(StatePoint) In his distinguished career, actor Ted Danson has played many iconic roles, including a cantankerous but caring doctor. In real life,...

 

Herrera Beutler backs bill for tech ed financial aid

U.S. Representatives Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-WA), Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH), Cedric Richmond (D-LA), Andy Levin (D-MI), John Katko (R-NY), and Steven Horsford (D-NV) introduced legislation last...

 

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