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 By Diane Jessup    News    January 8, 2020

Companion Animal: A Series on Canine Aggression – Part 3

Purebred dogs represent humankind’s long and very clever mission to take the grey wolf—a jack of all trades but master of none—and by selective breeding produce a variety of dog-breeds tailor...

 

Restaurant changes ownership January 1

The Blue Sage Café, just a little over a year old, is now in the hands of new owners. Sunny Morgan, his wife, Norma Jean Baugher, and their son, Gage...

 
 By Diane Jessup    News    January 1, 2020

Animal Companion: Canine Aggression-Introduction continued

Traumatic events tend to leave one with either a stark, clear memory of the event or, more mercifully, no memory at all. In my case it was the...

 

Commerce awards $91.6 million for affordable housing projects

The Washington State Department of Commerce Thursday announced $91.6 million in grants and loans for 46 affordable housing projects in communities throughout the state, including Klickitat County. See...

 

East District Court

Dec. 12, 2019: • Adam Leroy Bartlett: Criminal trespass- 1st degree, (7/23/19); Guilty plea, Jail 364/357 suspended, fines/fees $268.00, 24 months probation. • Dakota Owen Eldred: Assault 4th degr...

 

Looking Back

November 14, 1918 – 101 Years Ago The U.S. Government asked a loan from the people of the country of six billion dollars, an amount unprecedented in the history of the world. In three weeks...

 

Listening Tour Coming to town

Rep. Gina Mosbrucker is inviting local citizens to bring their questions, suggestions, and comments about state government to four Listening Tours she is holding across the 14th Legislative District....

 

Retail is up

Strong sales in construction and new and used automobiles continued to boost Washinbgton’s taxable retail sales in second quarter 2019. The taxable retail sales increased by 7.6 percent in the...

 

HEAR THE SALVATION ARMY BAND

When was the last time you saw a Salvation Army band? There was one playing not long ago in the entrance to the Fred Meyer's store in The Dalles,...

 

ANOTHER PERSON SEES HIMSELF:

Since this picture ran in The Sentinels's Headlines & History special section several weeks ago, people have been coming forward to say they are...

 

Applicants considered for 2020 Preparedness Summer Camp in Alaska

FEMA Region 10 is calling on students ages 14 to 17 from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska to apply for its second annual Youth Preparedness Camp to be held this summer near Anchorage. The 40 teen...

 
 By Jim White    News    December 25, 2019

What's in the Sky: January 2020

Happy New Year to all! It is hard to believe, but this begins the 15th year in which I've written this little column, 175 in all to date. And, it...

 

Hepatitis A outbreak in state

As of December 19, Washington State has 141 cases of hepatitis A, 75 of which were/are hospitalized, with two deaths from complications of hepatitis A. Of those state-wide cases, Spokane County has...

 
 By Diane Jessup    News    December 25, 2019

Animal Companion: Canine Aggression, Part 1

Traumatic events tend to leave one with either a stark, clear memory of the event or, more mercifully, no memory at all. In my case it was the...

 

Well-Dressed Winner

The Presby Museum took top honors in the Business category in this year's Best Decorated Homes & Businesses Contest, sponsored by the Brigher... Full story

 

Right Down Candy Cane Lane

Saturday's annual Candy Cane Lane Parade drew a nice crowd on a cold night to watch a host of well-wishing paraders.... Full story

 

Kessinger files for harassment petition

In response to a Facebook posting and recent stories and letters to the editor in The Sentinel concerning the recent school lockdown, LeAndra Kessinger has filed a Petition for Protection against...

 

Archery buffs have a new resource

Morgan Gamble wants to make the great outdoors even greater. The Glenwood native who became a sports star at Goldendale High School has opened his...

 

Sworn In

The Klickitat County Sheriff's Offi ce Saturday swore in new reserve offi cers. Pictured left to right: back row: Undersheriff Mike Kallio, Ken... Full story

 

Energy project takes giant step forward

The long-awaited Goldendale pumped water energy storage project took a giant step towards becoming reality Friday when Rye Development, in conjunction with National Grid USA, filed a license...

 

Superior Court log

Below is a summary of resolutions from the Superior Court criminal docket for the week of Nov. 18, 2019, provided by Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney David R. Quesnel. Superior Court is in...

 

GHS wins CASE Model School Award

Joshua and Randi Krieg, agriculture teachers representing Goldendale High School in Washington, have received the CASE (Curriculum for Agricultural...

 

East District Court

December 9, 2019 • James Tracy Hubbard: Speeding 17 MPH over limit, (11/22/19); Committed, fine $125.00. • Leonard Paul Polk: Speeding 7 MPH over limit, no valid operators license, operating...

 

Campaign on for WWII Highway

A group of local citizens is seeking to rename the stretch of U.S. Highway 97 that runs through Klickitat County from milepost 0 at the Oregon/Washington State line to milepost 33.52 at the...

 

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