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 By John Kruse    News    May 6, 2020

The Washington Outdoors Report: Fishing and hunting return

GOOD EYE FOR WALLEYE: Wendy Herrera with a nice walleye caught in the Columbia River Gorge. The Washington Outdoors Report: Fishing and hunting...

 
 By Diane Jessup    News    May 6, 2020

Companion Animal: The animal lover's guide to beneficial donating

You've seen those heart-rending commercials by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) and Humane Society of the United...

 

Return to the Great Outdoors

WDFW and State Parks The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission (Parks) announced...

 

Fire destroys home on Observatory Drive

A fire raged through a home on Observatory Drive in Goldendale Monday afternoon, not far from the Observatory. The home was totally destroyed. Just before 5 p.m. Monday, the Goldendale Fire...

 
 By Peggy Woodard    News    April 29, 2020

Seniors and their caregivers work to stop touch deprivation

Isolation caused by social distancing due to COVID-19 affects us all to some extent; however, there is a segment of our population affected more than...

 

Primary School recognized for achievement

The Goldendale Primary School has been honored for outstanding achievement by the Washington State Board of Education. The board’s second annual group of its State Recognized Schools program, based...

 

Reps to hold telephone town hall on coronavirus

Reps. Gina Mosbrucker and Chris Corry are inviting 14th District citizens to take part in a telephone town hall regarding the government’s response to the coronavirus outbreak on Wednesday, May 6, f...

 

County establishes burn ban for Zone One

Klickitat County is establishing a ban on outdoor burning for Klickitat County Burn Ban Zone One defined as lands east of the Klickitat County Fire...

 

Considering running for public office?

From May 11-15, the Office of the Secretary of State (OSOS) will join county election offices across Washington to accept applications for public office during Candidate Filing Week. In an effort to...

 

HHS awards $3,709,948 to Washington rural communities

Monday, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) awarded $3,709,948 to Washington to combat the COVID-19 pandemic in...

 

SBA resumes PPP loan applications

Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration Jovita Carranza and U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin issued the following statement today on the resumption of the Payroll Protection...

 

Commerce provides assistance to low-income households

The Department of Commerce last week provided up to $1,000 in rental assistance and up to $500 in energy assistance for households that qualify for the federal Low-Income Home Energy Assistance...

 
 By Diane Jessup    News    April 29, 2020

Companion Animal: The colorful Calico cat

Ever wonder how the calico cat came by its name? Surprisingly, the word calico is actually an English corruption of an Indian word for the plain,...

 
 By John Kruse    News    April 29, 2020

The Washington Outdoors Report: More fishing, hunting coming to Washington

On April 8, David Bernhardt, the Secretary of the Interior, announced his intention to open up more than 2.3 million acres across America for increase...

 

Burn defying county request, gets out of control

A request from the county to residents to voluntarily refrain from outdoor burning may have gone literally up in smoke in Goldendale Monday afternoon. Details are still coming in, but early...

 

The empty classroom

Like schools in most locations throughout the country, the Centerville School has struggled with the new pseudo normal. Here, Principal Kristin...

 
 By Teresa Clyne    News    April 22, 2020

What's happening with home crime now?

National Crime Victim Rights Week is happening now through April 25, and the ongoing theme is Seek Justice, Ensure Victim’s Rights, and Inspire Hope. This annual recognition coincides with a...

 
 By Peggy Woodard    News    April 22, 2020

Covid-19 is more Grist for the Mill

In 1985, Isabel and Harley Cordis opened The Grist Mill on East Broadway; then in 1994 they moved the business to East Main Street next to the Senior...

 

Ways to help nurses during the coronavirus pandemic

(Family Features) America's nurses are on the front lines of the fight against coronavirus, providing safe, quality, compassionate and...

 

Arrests made in logging company theft attempt

Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office deputies caught and arrested two suspects last Tuesday in an attempted robbery of heavy equipment. On April 14 at around 6:30 a.m., Mike Cochran of Cochran Logging...

 

Audible offering free books for listening

Audible.com, a for-pay source for books and other print materials available for listening on computers and devices, has launched a free service for schools and students during the pandemic crisis....

 
 By Genevieve Shuey    News    April 22, 2020

Noise Parade honors essential workers

Last Thursday evening, sirens were heard throughout Goldendale. Fortunately, it was not an emergency but a parade of first responders. The Noise...

 

DSHS to provide disaster cash assistance

As of now, some Washington residents can apply through the Department of Social and Health Services for emergency cash assistance to help meet their immediate needs. As a result of Gov. Inslee’s...

 

School in uncharted waters

The Centerville School continues to be inventive in teaching, like almost all other schools. Below, two more perspectives: Centerville School Superintendent Dr. Ann Varkados: On April 6, Gov. Jay...

 
 By Diane Jessup    News    April 22, 2020

Companion Animal: Spring has sprung-and so has canine parvo virus

Animal shelter workers and veterinarians know that spring is when canine parvo virus (CPV) blooms across America. The reason-the uber hardy parvo viru...

 

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