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 By Dick Schuller    Features    December 17, 2014 

Two ways to stay warm: lessons learned from logs

My introduction to heating our home by burning wood started on a homestead in Kenai, Alaska...a long time ago. Our remote land claim was 160-acre government site with four lakes. When finished with...

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    December 17, 2014 

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - December 17, 1964 • WOW! was the reaction of Klickitat County citizens as they peered at their thermometers to find the mercury had fallen to a minus 8 degrees below zero. Darland sai...

 
 By Andrew Christiansen    Features    December 17, 2014 

From the best seat in the house

Did you get a look at how White Swan girls warmed up for last week’s game. Dribbling drills to build concentration and ball control, but it looked...

 
 By Compiled by Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    December 10, 2014

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - December 10, 1964 • The Klickitat County Sheriff’s office was embarrassed Sunday night by the escape of two prisoners. The first, a visiting transfer to the reformatory at Monroe,...

 
 Features    December 10, 2014

Outdoors with Terry Nickels

Flying L Ranch Located on the sunny eastern slope of the Cascade Range, the Flying L Ranch is nestled in the ponderosa pines and meadowland of Glenwood Valley at the base of 12,276 foot Mt. Adams. Bui...

 
 By Andrew Christiansen    Features    December 10, 2014

From the best seat in the house

Hard to beat perfection. Brian Golding was 3-3 on two-point shots and 4-4 on three-point shots against River View. The only thing the junior missed were two free throws. Maybe someone should have...

 
 By Compiled by Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    December 3, 2014

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - December 3, 1964 • Approximately 20 ski enthusiasts opened the winter’s skiing program Sunday, Nov. 20, at the Satus ski area according to Ron Rombalski, a member of the local...

 
 Features    November 26, 2014

President issues Thanksgiving Proclamation

“The year that is drawing towards its close, has been filled with the blessings of fruitful fields and healthful skies. To these bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget...

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    November 26, 2014

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - November 26, 1964 Paul Johnson announced, “This is my 33rd year as superintendent at Goldendale, and I feel it is time I step down to make room for a younger man.” Paul has been a...

 
 By Andrew Christiansen    Features    November 26, 2014

From the best seat in the house

The All League selections for the SCAC West honor those who had the best performances for their schools. There is a limit on how many are chosen and...

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    November 19, 2014

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - November 12, 1964 A benefit dance for Fred “Stuffy” Stone will be held Sat. night, Nov. 14, at the Legion Hall in Goldendale. According to the committee in charge, two orchestras ha...

 
 By Debi Budnick    Features    November 19, 2014

For Your Health

You’ve most likely heard of diabetes. Maybe you, a friend, or a family member has the disease. November is American Diabetes Month, so let’s take a look at this serious yet manageable chronic dise...

 
 By Terry Nickels    Features    November 12, 2014

Outdoors with Terry Nickels

Clam diggers returned to coastal beaches Nov. 4, to dig razor clams during the first of two planned openings in November. The Washington Department...

 
 By Compiled by Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    November 12, 2014

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - November 12, 1964 The Goldendale City Council Monday night purchased a new patrol car for the police dept., cracked down on leaf burners, transferred funds to cover a park dept....

 
 By Andrew Christiansen    Features    November 12, 2014

From the best seat in the house

It’s no secret I am partial to individual sports. Not that team sports aren’t important. Obviously team sports are more of a challenge because...

 
 Features    November 5, 2014

Goldendale student gives the weather on TV

Kody Kiser, a sixth grader from the Goldendale Middle school, probably wishes he were in Groundhog Day, so like Bill Murray's fictional weatherman he...

 
 By Lou Marzeles    Features    November 5, 2014

Doctor beats the odds

Dr. Catherine Doyle is just another medical professional in first-year residency with a specialty in family medicine and who has cerebral palsy....

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    November 5, 2014

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - November 5, 1964 • In the recent fire on the Claude Knight ranch on property rented from Cora Richardson, a two day old registered calf was destroyed by fire according to the sheriff...

 
 By Troy Carpenter    Features    October 29, 2014

Clouds scatter to allow viewing of eclipse at the Goldendale Observatory

The partial solar eclipse started out barely visible due to clouds, then it began pouring rain. This scared away most of our visitors at the Goldend...

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    October 29, 2014

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - October 29, 1964 Stanley Crocker, Centerville, sold one registered Polled Hereford bull each to Flying Circle W Ranch, Centerville and to James E. Roan, Ellensburg; and sold two...

 
 By Doug Herlihy    Features    October 22, 2014

Local aviator working on missing airplane

Doug Herlihy, Washington resident since 1966 (USCG pilot at Port Angeles) and a 10-year Klickitat County resident, is President of Aviation...

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    October 22, 2014

Looking Back

50 Years Ago - October 22, 1964 The Grand Champion steer of the P. I. shown by Brent Palmer, 12, Centerville, was turned over to its new owner, Wm. Boonisar, manager of the Sheraton Motor Inn. The...

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    October 15, 2014

Looking Back

October 15, 2014 50 Years Ago - October 15, 1964 Goldendale’s O. K. tread rubber plant now employs 21 persons and is working the machinery 24 hours a day, around the clock, Manager Howard Trollier...

 
 By Doug Herlihy    Features    October 15, 2014

County aviator working on missing plane

Doug Herlihy, a 10-year Klickitat County resident, is President of Aviation Forensics, LLC. A prolifically experienced aviator, Herlihy is in...

 
 By Jean Allyn Smeltzer    Features    October 8, 2014

Looking Back

October 8, 2014 50 Years Ago - October 8, 1964 Ed Shamek, a 1964 graduate of the University of Washington School of Law, who was admitted to the bar Sept. 15, will begin the practice of law in...

 

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