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Last call for Soroptimists’ Golden Valley bike riders

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The Greater Goldendale Area Chamber of Commerce was pleased to have Congress Woman Jaime Herrera-Buetler speaking to a crowded room at last Thursdays Community Forum Luncheon, held at the new K.V.H. Cafe. It’s a rare occasion when our Congress person gets to visit. Thanks to Lou Marzeles of The Goldendale Sentinel for getting her here.

Some of us have heard that the Biggs Bridge will be painted. Well, now we know that will not happen until the year 2014. In the meantime, the Oregon Dept. of Transportation is inviting everyone to their open house to talk about the preliminary plans to improve the safety and operations of the Interstate 84 and U.S. 97 interchange, which is slated to begin in the spring/summer of 2013. The Open House will be held this Thursday, Sept. 6, at the Sherman County Senior Center, 300 Dewey St. in Moro, from 4 p.m. to 6:30 pm. You can talk to a representative from ODOT one on one or you can talk to a WSDOT Rep about the bridge painting.

One last reminder about the Soroptimists International of Goldendale’s ‘Golden Valley Bike Ride Saturday, Sept. 8, beginning at the Methodist Church on the corner of Columbus and Broadway. Go to for more information.

The Timberwolves will be having their Tailgate Parties at your Goldendale I.G.A. beginning this week with all proceeds benefiting the Goldendale High School Athletic Fund. You can get a burger, or brat, chips and a pop for only $3.50. The party dates are on Fridays: Sept. 7, 14, 28 and Oct. 19.

Haystack Broadcasting Radio has made a change in KLCK’s format as of Tuesday morning, Sept.4. There will be no more music playing on our local Goldendale station as it has been changed to an all-talk format. There will be a variety of syndicated talk shows 22 hours a day. But, from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m., there will be an all-local Goldendale talk, such as Klickitat A.M., which will still play on Tuesdays and Thursdays, only at 8 a.m. instead of 8:35 a.m. And for you ‘Hotline’ lovers, it has been expanded to five mornings a week, Monday through Friday at the same time, 8:35 a.m.

Other local weekly talk shows are gearing up to start soon during that two hour period. Change is hard but it is inevitable many times. Not many towns have their own radio station. So give it a listen or like they say ‘try it, you may like it’.


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