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 By Rodger Nichols    News    December 4, 2019 

City to bear no cost for county project

Rodger Nichols For The Sentinel “There’ll be no extra cost to the citizens of Klickitat County, the way the stars have aligned for this project.” That was Klickitat County Commissioner Jim...

 

Maryhill gets first mention in New York Times story

Maryhill Winery is the lead in a story in The New York Times published last Wednesday. The Times picked it up from Associated Press. The story, “From Modest Beginnings, Washington Now a Force in...

 

Clarifications

Last week’s story in The Sentinel on the school lockdown requires clarifications, which are: LeAndra Kessiner’s conviction last year on assault was free of consideration of firearm use. During...

 

How to spot the seasonal thieves

The Christmas retail season is well underway, and there is a new timeline marker for it from China. It’s called Singles’ Day, or “World’s Shopping Day,” the Chinese equivalent of Black Frida...

 

A century of living

Stanley Crocker (seated) greets his old friend Jack Mulrony at Stan's 100th birthday party on December 1 at the Goldendale Lutheran Church. Crocker...

 

SO THAT'S WHO THEY ARE

Readers came in to The Sentinel office to say they knew the people in the picture at top in our Headlines & History special section -- some were...

 

Multi-state outbreak of E.coli linked to romaine lettuce

Officials at the Washington State Department of Health last Wednesday advised the public to avoid eating romaine lettuce harvested from the Salinas, California growing region. Two Washington cases...

 

Fire put out on Thanksgiving

The City of Goldendale Fire Department reports they were paged to a structure fire near the corner of King Street and North East 3rd Street around 5:35 a.m., Thanksgiving morning. The initial report...

 

Herrera Beutler co-sponsored Maternal Health bills moving forward

Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler applauded the advancement of two bipartisan bills she’s co-sponsoring to improve maternal health care and reduce maternal mortality rates. The bills, which were...

 

East District Court

Nov. 25, 2019 • Sarah Bartell: Failure to obtain building permit, (9/6/19); Committed, fine $75.00. • Zackery Lauren Leffler: Passing stopped school bus, (10/2/19); Committed, fine/fee $280.00....

 

Goldendale star goes to Tournament

Alyssa Weis has been invited to play in the All State Volleyball Tournament this weekend. The coaches of each league vote on players from all schools...

 
 By Richard Lefever    News    December 4, 2019 

Looking Back

November 14, 1889 – 130 Years Ago Messrs. Brammel and Cornish of the Arlington National Bank have for some time been contemplating the putting in of electric lights and water works in Goldendale,...

 
 By Jim White    News    December 4, 2019 

What's in the Sky

December is here, the last month of the year, Christmas, and the winter solstice. Clear nights are rare, but when they are clear darkness comes...

 
 By Diane Jessup    News    December 4, 2019 

Animal Companion: Meet the breed-the beautiful Bengal

Cats have much less "elasticity" to their genes than do domestic canines which is why there is no "chihuahua to Saint Bernard" type of diversity in...

 

City Schools on brief modified lockdown

All three Goldendale public schools and Head Start were placed on a modified lockdown referred to as Secure and Teach (STM) Thursday morning because of a comment made by a parent posted to social...

 

County Health urges Hepatitis A vaccinations

The Washington State Department of Health says two counties—including neighboring Yakima County—have been hit with outbreaks of Hepatitis A, and Klickitat County Public Health is offering free...

 

MAY I PLEASE HAVE SECONDS ON BIRD SEED?

This turkey was determined to get some grub Tuesday morning, just before Thanksgiving, so she fl ew up to the railing of a second-story deck here in...

 

RETURN OF THE MITTEN TREE

The Mitten Tree is back for its annual stay in the Sentinel office. It's a convenient way to drop off mittens, hats, scarves, and the like to be...

 

Attorney General files lawsuit against veterans' charity

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson last Wednesday announced a lawsuit against non-profit organization Veterans Independent Enterprises of Washington (VIEW) and its operations manager, Rosemary...

 

East District Court

Nov. 18, 2019 •Clem Marie Ball: No valid operator license with valid ID, defective tail lamps, (9/15/19); Count 1 committed, fine/fee $350.00, count 2 committed, fine/fee $90.00. •Craig Kenneth...

 

FEMA offers holiday travel tips

From November 24 - 24 and December 16 - 30, we will focus on safe travels messages the holidays, whether you’ll be on the road, up in the air, traveling with children or pets, leaving campus or look...

 

Governor proclaims Nov. 30 Small Business Saturday

Gov. Jay Inslee has made it official: November 30 is Small Business Saturday here in Washington state. Begun by American Express in 2010 to draw attention to the multitude of shopping opportunities...

 

Safety tips for a terrific Turkey Day

As friends and families prepare to gather for Thanksgiving Day tomorrow, the Washington State Fire Marshal’s Office reminds residents that the recipe for a great holiday always includes safe...

 

Crowd hinders firefighters at Old Mill

The Old Mill fire on Railroad Avenue Sunday drew a crowd that inhibited firefighters from doing their job. The Goldendale Fire Department reports that on Nov. 24 at about 3:15 p.m., Goldendale Fire...

 

Theater is Serious about the holidays

Serious Theater is pleased to present what is hoped will become an annual season tradition: A “Weekend after Thanksgiving Christmas Show.” This year Serious Theater presents a 1940s radio-style...

 

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