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By Rebecca Gourley

Council meeting stirs ire over dogs


Computers run the lives of many, especially government agencies. When they don’t work, things can get a little crazy. That’s what happened when the evidence tracking software that the Goldendale Police Department (GPD) uses crashed on July 11.

At the city council meeting Monday night, Chief of Police Rick Johnson had several items on the agenda. One was for the approval to buy new evidence tracking software.

The software that crashed was being maintained by one individual, who died last year. The new software will cost $7,500, which also includes hardware (barcode printer, scanner, and other items).

“Yes, we have the funds available,” said Johnson. After the initial cost, there...

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Goldendale112 writes:

The paper is completely accurate in describing Cascade Equipment and Construction. Better not let Leroy weasel out of town with the money our community raised in taxes. Better off to hire a professional company


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