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Klickwood teams play again


February 7, 2018

The Klickwood girls’ and boys’ basketball teams will be participating in District play, Goldendale on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 9 and 10. The girls play Sunnyside Christian in their first game on Friday at 6 p.m. We didn’t have the time for the boys’ first game to get into this week’s news, but we know they’ll play Friday and Saturday. Toni will have game time information in the school office. Come help be the best booster section there and cheer on our teams at Goldendale High School. Let’s show these athletes how proud we are of all their hard work and perseverance this season. Good luck, Klickwood.

The Glenwood Rodeo Association held the first planning meeting of the year on Jan. 28. The 2018 Queen Kylie Wathan was introduced and the Association thanked last year’s queen, Calista Howell, for her great job as ambassador for the Ketchum Kalf Rodeo. Planning is now underway for the 84th annual rodeo to be held Father’s Day weekend. Queen Kylie’s official coronation will be Saturday, March 10, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The coronation, held in the Fort Dalles Riders Clubhouse will feature lunch for $10 per person and a silent auction with an amazing collection of items. Queen Kylie is raising money to help with expenses as she travels to rodeos and special community events in the Columbia Gorge area this year, representing the Ketchum Kalf Rodeo.

The Glenwood Homemakers are pleased to offer a Continuing Education Scholarship again this year. This scholarship is for $500 and is open to anyone (except 2017 graduates) who has been a Glenwood resident for at least two years or whose primary residence is Glenwood, has at least 12 post-secondary credit hours and will be attending an accredited two- or four-year college, university, or trade school at least half-time this coming spring. Deadline to apply is Feb. 28. To request an application packet, please contact Chris Miller at 364-3427 or

Doug Daniels reports that we received a total of 5.86 inches of rain in January. The January high for the last 23 years of record-keeping was 11.9 inches in 2003. The 23-year low was 1.03 inches in 2013, and the 23-year average was 5.71. Thanks, Doug, for so faithfully providing these rainfall statistics for the community.


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