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Fifty years of the Presby House Museum Presby Museum’s 50th anniversary season opens May 1


HOME AND GARDEN SHOW: By all accounts, this year’s Home and Garden Show was the best. About 2,500 people attended, according to the Greater Goldendale Chamber of Commerce. There were 82 vendors, 102 booths, and five sponsors (Allied Waste, The Sentinel, Allyn's Building Center, Haystack Broadcasting, and West Coast Vinyl).


THE PRESBY AT 50: This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Presby House as a public museum. Today it looks as pristine as it did on the day of its commemoration, Aug. 18, 1962 (pictured below), at which Supreme Courts Justice William O. Douglas spoke. The Goldendale Sentinel of Aug. 23, 1962 (below), reported on the event, saying a record crowd of 250 people were on hand.


“No nation in the world has a richer spiritual heritage than we have in our small communities,” Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas told the crowd of 250 people closely listening on the veranda and grounds of the new Presby House Museum. It was Saturday, Aug. 18, 1962. The words were well received by the supportive crowd, in that day of unhesitating appreciation for such values. Perhaps echoing their relevance today, the museum is set to mark its 50th anniversary as a public museum this year as it opens for the season on May 1, with a rededication ceremony planned for later in the summer to mark the actual date of transfer. The Presby Museum will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission will be $5 for adults, and $1 for students ages six to 12. Children and current members of the Klickitat County Historical Society (KCHS) are admitted free. The KCHS was only four years old when the organization purchased the Presby mansion from Pearl Shepard

for $12,500. The owner and publisher of The Goldendale Sentinel at the time, Harold Fariello, was head of the Building Fund Commitee. The KCHS paid $7,000 of that price, and the rest was eventually raised by a countywide solicitation drive. The Sentinel account of the historic day told of the crowd enjoying a chuck wagon lunch on the Presby grounds, followed by live entertainment from Herman Troh of Glendale on accordion and Gary Tyler of Goldendale performing guitar and vocal selections. “I hope that this museum will become an archive of letters, manuscripts, and documents of important early history of this area,” Douglas said at the commemoration in 1962, then 60 years after the 20-room mansion was first built. “There may be preserved a record of the great literature produced here,” he added. Shepard also spoke briefly, saying how much she appreciated her home becoming a museum for the public to enjoy. A rededication ceremony is planned for the museum this August to celebrate the actual hand-over of the house to the KCHS.


THE CANDIDATES: Above, an audience member poses a question for legislators at last Wednesday’s Town Hall. At the tables from left to right are Rep. Bruce Chandler and Sen. Jim Honeyford from the 15th District; Sen. Curtis King, Rep. Norm Johnson, and Rep. Charles Ross from the 14th District. Chamber of Commerce president Tom Ireland, who moderated, is at the podium. Left, King, Johnson, and Ross announce their candidicies for re-election at the county courthouse Wednesday afternoon.

As the opening day for the Goldendale Farmers’ Market approaches on May 12, the question is raised: are farmers’ markets a sign of a vibrant community? In 2011 the Gorge saw the emergence of two new markets and an additional day added to an existing market. The Goldendale market transitioned from being a Saturday Market to a Farmers’ Market and joined the Washington State Farmers’ Market association. This allowed the market to be featured in statewide directories for markets and acquire low-cost liability insurance. All these changes have been positive, but the Market reports they have not all been sustainable. The Lyle market is struggling with the time their market was held, Saturday afternoon. They wanted the support from the Gorge Grown Network and the food truck but it was only available to them on Saturday afternoon. Saturday morning the truck is scheduled in Stevenson at their market. The new market in Mosier gets help on Sunday, and from all accounts their market has been very successful. The Dalles farmers’ market, traditionally held on Saturday morning, added a market day on Wednesday evenings. It is not clear whether that will continue or not due to lower attendance in the evening. Timing of a market day, re-

search shows, is important. Small communities don’t seem to be able to support more than one market day a week. Evening markets are great events to socialize at but sometimes the sales are not as good as morning markets. Goldendale’s market on Saturday may not fit with everyone’s schedule between church and other activities, but the extended hours from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. offer more opportunities for shoppers. Last year the Prosser Farmers Market was voted as one of the five best markets in the Washington State Famers Market Association. The criteria it was judged on was its part in the community in bringing together farmers and consumers in innovative ways, providing strong sales for farmers and vendors, educational programs and a promotion of fresh, locally-grown food. These are all goals of the Goldendale Farmers’ Market, organizers say. In fact, the Goldendale Market is unique in presenting activities and demonstrations every week for the public. The Ekone Park kitchen facility has allowed the market to hold chef demonstrations. In this respect, the market and its activities increase awareness and business activity for local business and community groups. The Healthy Peoples Alliance and the Backpack for Kids Program are currently

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Candidates meet Goldendale LOU MARZELES EDITOR

It was the passing of the guard, from the 15th Legislative District to the 14th, at the Town Hall meeting last Wednesday evening at the Grange Hall. Rep. Bruce Chandler and Sen. Jim Honeyford got standing ovations from the audience as they talked of their years representing Klickitat County.

Rep. David Taylor was not present. With redistricting came new legislators, and all three from the 14th District were at the meeting. Sen. Curtis King and Reps. Norm Johnson and Charles Ross introduced themselves to the audience and took stands on issues. All five legislators took questions. “I heard on the radio today that the average person has only seven seconds to make a first im-

pression,” Ross told the crowd. “I love public service. This is a great country. I’ll take it hands down over any otehr country in the world.” “It’s a great responsibility to represent this district,” King said. “Serving the people is an honor.” “We went from the smallest rural district in the state to the third largest,” Johnson remarked. He then

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Police arrests include domestic violence The Goldendale Police made two domestic violence arrests in the past week. The first was the case of Lester Howtopat, arrested on April 17 for three felony assault charges for incidents occurring over a three day period. The initial assault took place on April 12, according to police. The victim did not report that assault. On April 16 the police were called to the victim’s residence for another reported disturbance. Officers noticed injuries to the victim’s face at that time, but she denied anything had happened and refused the officer’s help. Another altercation occurred the next day, and she was assisted to the police station where she filed a complaint. On April 17 the woman asked Howtopat to leave the residence and he pushed her, so she left.

The second arrest was made on April 20 on the 300 block of West Nesbitt. Police were called to a residence where a man was accused of assaulting two family members in a dispute about his alleged use of drugs. When police arrived, Kyle Green tried to flee the house through a window and was arrested and charged with two counts of fourth degree assault. A third arrest was made on April 22, of Michael Lauff for violation of a “no contact order.” Neighbors called the police around 9:30 p.m. to report fighting at the residence. When police arrived they saw Lauff heading to the rear of the home. The woman in the home denied that Lauff was present, but finally agreed to call Lauff outside, and he left without further incident and was arrested.

Lyle school levy defeated again in voting


FIRE PROTECTIVE GEAR: Tony Browning of Rural 7 fire department demonstrates a fire protection device used to pull over oneself in a fire at the Greater Goldendale Chamber of Commerce business lunch Monday. The device, sometimes jokingly called a “Shake ’n’ Bake, can protect up to a temperature of about 600 degrees. Browning and Leo Spencer from Rural 7 were there to talk about the upcoming Fire Victims’ Auction, to be held this Saturday at the Rural 7 fire hall from 10 a.m. “Bring over your old stuff,” Spencer said, “and buy some new old stuff.” The funds raised all go to support the Fire Victims’ fund. A yard sale, showcasing smaller items, begins at 9 a.m.

Candidate filing soon The Klickitat County Auditor’s office has announced that candidate filing week is this May 14-18. Online filing begins 9 a.m. on May 14 and closes 4 p.p. on May 18. In-person filing begins 8 a.m. on May 14 and closes 5 p.m. on May 18. Mail-in declarations will be accepted April 30 through May 18. Filing fees are due at the time of filing. Local positions open for election include: • County Commissioner District 1

• County Commissioner District 3 • Public Utility District Commissioner Position 1 A complete list of offices open for election and filing fees is posted in the auditor’s office at 205 S. Columbus Ave. Room 203 in Goldendale, on the web at wei.secstate.wa. gov/klickitat/elections, or available upon request. For more information, call the Elections Department at 773-4001 or (800) 583-8050 or email voting@co.klickitat.

THIS WEEK’S MOST WANTED: The Goldendale Police are looking for Jeremy Moss. Moss, 22, is wanted for escaping community custody by the state Department of Corrections. Moss is 5-11, 146 pounds with blue eyes and blond hair.

MARKET from Page 1 partnering with the market on programs to provide nutritious food for Goldendale residents. With the Goldendale Market transition last year, a market manager was hired to handle the day-to-day operations of the market. Research has shown that small- to midsize markets that hire a manager end up growing faster and are more connected to the community than markets that rely entirely on volunteers. As the market grows, vendors sales improve and jobs are created. One gauge for growth in the local economy might be to look at the Farmers’ Market. If the market does well, it means people are supporting the local agricultural suppliers and moving more money around the area.

Voters turned down the Lyle school district’s request for a Maintenance and Operations levy for the second time this year. The vote was 338 for and 435 against. The previous vote was 378 for and 433 against, so this time around the measure ac-

TOWN from Page 1 turned to Chandler and Honeyford and said, “I’d like to acknowledge these gentlemen. They’ve served you well.” Ross introduced a theme for the District’s approach to the Legislature. “It’s, ‘Let’s get Washington working again,’” he said. “And we mean that both ways, fix the government and get people back to work.” Honeyford spoke fondly of his years representing Klickitat County. “It’s been a heck of a ride,” he said, “representing you the last 18 years. And it was 20 years ago that I made my first political speech, here in Goldendale.” He cited some milestone events in his association with the county, including changing a law that allowed funds to be donated to education and helping Maryhill Museum raise $1 million to fix its badly leaking roof years ago by diverting state funds originally intended for the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. Chandler began his remarks to the audience by saying, “Thank you for letting me be your representative.

tually lost ground. If nothing is done, the school will lose the $378,500 it is cur rently receiving through the M&O levy, starting in 2013. Law prevents the school from running the same levy for a third time in 2012, but they could submit a changed

levy request to run on either the primary or general election ballot. In other elections, Bickleton’s levy passed 99 to 44, Centerville’s levy passed 139 to 47, and Glenwood’s levy passed 84 to 65.

The redistricting was very difficult. But you’re very fortunate, if there had to be a change, that you got the 14th District. I know I can take them at their word. “This is a generational election,” Chandler continued, referencing the upcoming fall election, “We’ll decide how our next generation is going to live.” In questions to the lawmakers, audience members asked recent issues with the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), to which the general response was that the matter had to rest in communication with federal agencies, since the state had

no jurisdiction over the BPA. They were asked too about Initiative 502 (I-502), which would legalize recreational marijuana use for adults. On that, all the legislators said they did not see it workable. “It’s a federal law,” Chandler said. “The Supreme Court will invalidate it if it passes.” Honeyford said his concern was for law enforcement. “How do you test for marijuana?” he asked. “You can’t just use a breathalyzer.” “I can’t in good conscience vote for it,” Ross said. “It has far more negative about it than positive.”

Power outage hits area after thunder and lightning A power outage occurred in the Goldendale and the surrounding area at about 7 p.m. on Tuesday According to reports from Klickitat PUD, the out-

age was due to lightning impacting BPA transmission into the Goldendale substation. Power was restored to all customers at approximately 9:05 p.m.

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H OMETOWN OBITUARIES Pete Yarnell George L. "Pete" Yarnell passed away at his home in Husum on Sunday, April 8, 2012 at the age of 82. He was born on the family homestead in Snowden near White Salmon, Washington on December 6, 1929 to Lula Mae (Brenneman) and Lemuel Yarnell. Pete graduated from Columbia High Scholl and worked most of his life in the timber industry as owner and operator of a log truck business. Pete married Marjorie E. Frichie on December 23, 1950. He later married Elizabeth A. Austin on December 31, 1971. An old cowboy at heart, Pete was always busy around his place working and with hobbies such as leatherwork and tending to his horses and cattle. Survivors include his wife Elizabeth Yarnell of Husum; children Audrey Crader of White Salmon; Douglas Yarnell and his wife Sundee of Trout Lake; Sue Mortenson and her husband Alex of Dallesport; Pam Yarnell and her husband Carl of Dalle-

sport; Sheri Sigley and her husband Brian of White Salmon; T.J. Henderson of Iowa; Tony Henderson and his wife Carol of Cook, Washington; Thomas Jordan and his wife Adrienne of Dallas, Oregon; Terry Yarnell and his wife Cayenne of Vancouver; sisters Mickey Dickey of Portland; Bernice Wright of Anchorage, Alaska and Jane Arnold of White Salmon; 20 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by brothers Lon, Don, Ray and Lenard, sisters Peggy and Dorothy and granddaughter Jennifer Duhrkop. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 5, at Grace Baptist Church in White Salmon with a potluck lunch to follow. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to Hospice of the Gorge or CASPE Alumni Scholarship Fund in care of Gardner Funeral Home, PO Box 390, White Salmon, WA 98672, who handled cremation arrangements.

Carol Guinn Linda Carol Guinn was born to Laura Jean and George Levi Denny on Nov. 8, 1948, in Richland. Carol was raised in a good Christian home and attended Sunday school and church every Sunday. In 1967, she graduated from Columbia High School in Richland, and it was there that she married her high school sweetheart, Robert Guinn, on Dec. 30, 1967. The couple moved to Glenwood 44 years ago. Carol was a devoted wife and mother and was very active in her community. For 24 years she was a member of the Glenwood Fire Department where she served as an EMT, firefighter, an EMS evaluator, a CPR instructor, and EMS training coordinator. Carol served as secretary for the P.T.A., the Glenwood Fire Department and the Mt. Adams Community Church. While attending the church in Glenwood, she was the Sunday School Superintendent for six years and Sunday school teacher for 18 years. She was president and secretary for the Glenwood Women's Club. Carol has attended Community Grace Brethren Church in Goldendale, for the past 11 years where she sang in the choir, led the over 50’s group and was on the missions committee. She loved horseback riding, fishing, camping, hiking, crocheting, and motorcycle riding. Carol passed away at her home in Glenwood on April 13, 2012, at the age of 63.

She is survived by her husband Robert Guinn; daughter Lori Guinn of Glenwood; son Keith Guinn of Riverton, Wyoming; sisters Janet Spencer of Richland, and Sharon Nielsen of Aubur n; and brother Robert "Bob" Denny of Vancouver. A funeral service was held at Community Grace Brethren Church on April 21, with interment at Mt. Adams Cemetery in Glenwood. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Samaritan's Purse or Community Grace Brethren Church missionary fund. Columbia Hills Memorial Chapel is handling arrangements.

Goldendale FFA places fifth at State Ag Mechanics competition JOANNE GROGAN FOR THE SENTINEL

Future Far mers of America held the State Ag Mechanics competition in Walla Walla on April 19. Participating members from Goldendale High School were Will Bowdish, Chen Hites, Daniel McElravy, Tim Washburn, and Tom Washburn. The theme for this year was “materials handling systems.” The state contest used water as the material that needed to be handled. The events held in this contest were a written test which is done by computer and each member had one hour to complete 50 questions. There were also five skills events in which participants have 25 minutes to complete each separate event. These events included Machinery and Equipment systems, which involved evaluating proper air cooled engine usage; electrical systems, troubleshooting an AC/DC motor circuit to achieve a particular job; energy systems, solving a problem that involves a hydraulic driven pump; structural systems, which participants had to make a repair using welding skills, arc welding in this case; envi-


EXCELLING IN MECHANICS: Goldendale FFA members traveled to Walla Walla last week to compete in the Washington state Ag Mechanics competition. The group finished in fifth place. Pictured are (Left to right) Tom Washburn, Chen Hites, Will Bowdish, Daniel McElravy and Tim Washburn ronmental and natural resource systems, calculating the movement of water in an irrigation system. There was also a team activity in which participants work as a team to determine the most effective energy source to move water under a given set of requirements. Next month FFA is going to the State Convention at the Washington State University campus in Pullman, from May 9 to 12. Members are Tanner Tallman, Wyatt Barrett, Drew Bowdish, and David Gunkel who are all competing in the first year member contest. Members competing in Ag Sales are Tanner Tallman, Tim Washburn. Tom Washburn, Will Bowdish, and Paul Miller.

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LOOKING BACK April 25, 2012 25 Years Ago – April 23, 1987 • Volunteers of the Klickitat County Historical Society are working ‘round the antique clock in preparation for the Presby Mansion Museum’s opening on May 1. New pieces to the museum include two impressive cedar-root Indian baskets and beadwork given by Bill Ownby; miniature toy and an ancient desk phone from Griselda Hill; and rag rugs from Wayne and Katherine Eshelman. (Although the above former members and donors are no longer with us, we have memories of them. In 2012, we are also opening on May 1, the hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., all seven days of the week. This year is the 50th anniversary of the Presby House Museum. Many events have been planned to celebrate the occasion, we are looking forward to seeing you at one or all of them.) 50 Years Ago – April 19, 1962 • Among recent business changes in Goldendale were service station transactions. Raymond Mattson purchased the Broadway Union Service from Wayne Storkel. Mattson has been employed by Goldendale Equipment. Eldon McKune reopened the Richfield station at Columbus and Main in an agreement with Richfield Oil Company. McKune is the city fire chief. 75 Years Ago – April 29, 1937 • A car driven by Douglas Ayers turned over on the Centerville road leading off the main highway last week when it skidded on the gravel shoulder. The car was en route to Centerville with several high school baseball players. Boys in the car were, beside the driver, Jim Bradstreet, Hugh Adams, Dean Bigby, Bill Overly and Stan Layman. None of the youths were injured save for bruises and scratches. Compiled by Jean Allyn Smeltzer, of the Klickitat County Historical Society

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This week: Letters 4, History 0 in the Editorial pages Though it may come as a surprise to some, our feature This Week in History has fans. Some area readers have called in saying they enjoyed it, and one even asked that some new information be provided, such as dates when people were born and died. There has even been interest expressed in syndication for the feature. The appeal, for those who feel it, is in how events are described. It’s a style that was developed by some famed comedy writers of past eras. It’s not in this week’s paper, though. That’s because we got some letters this week, voluminous enough to displace History. We run letters Lou Marzeles when we get them, so long as they meet the guidelines that always run below the letters sec- Editor & Publisher tion, and this week we had four. Letters take priority over columns. A couple of people (literally two) have told us they don’t care for the History feature. This is beyond just, “I don’t read it,” to, “I really hate it.” We’re paraphrasing here, but the feeling we’ve communicated behind the comments is probably accurate. So we have a fair number of people who’ve said they like it and two who said, in their own forceful ways, they don’t. The Sentinel belongs to its community and its readers. It exists to serve. While our clearly unscientific survey suggests more people like what we run than don’t, we want to be clear that we value input from readers, and we take it seriously. It’s all the more useful when communication is reasonable and cordial, even in disagreement. But if we don’t hear back, we can’t know what readers feel.

Wanted for Java Talk: church participation Local churches were again invited to participate in community discussion groups such as Java Talk, at the previous Java Talk meeting on April 6. “What a great idea to get the area churches in direct communications with civic activities,” one participant said. “I think community people would rally around a lot of the things we’d like to see happen.” A representative of one of the Goldendale churches was at the meeting and talked about programs there. “We’re seeing that kind of involvement at the Methodist Church with the meals program. We’re even talking about expanding that to Thursdays because the need is there. We’re seeing as many as 70 people in an evening. The average is around 40 or 50, which is a lot for a community this size.” Meals served tend to be very simple, he said, such as spaghetti, sloppy joes, and soups. “We never know how many people are going to show up. At the last one I helped with, we made enough for 100 people. Seventy showed up, but there wasn’t a drop left because a number of folks take leftovers home with them, which is as it should be—it’s theirs until it’s gone. There are folks who may not starve, but I think they’d go hungry without this, so there is a need for another meal a week. We just have to find the resources in the way of volunteers. The Seventh Day Adventists have been doing Mondays and Wednesdays. The Methodist Church has only been doing two Tuesdays a month. We’re going to be moving into some Mondays, and some of our folks are talking about Thursday where we would be approaching some community organizations for support. Sterling Bank does one meal a month. The Grange, the Rebekahs have come. Different community groups will come also.” He said the meals are not used to promote or advertise, and numerous churches participate in various ways. “The Nazarene Church comes one Tuesday a month,” the participant pointed out. “The Latter Day Saints Church does one Tuesday a month. Right now we have evening meals Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays every week. The meal is served at 5:30. We have a lot of young single 20somethings, especially in the summer when a few more of them are around. Early on there was anxiety about the different churches trying to convince folks to come to their church. We came up with a general agreement that we’re no longer going to talk about coming to church. I think building relationships is a great need.”

The Sentinel’s Facebook Question of the Week: Question: Question: Question: What was the combined total weight loss (in lbs) of the two winners of the Biggest Loser contest at Sole to Soul this year? Answer: 59 pounds. Winner: Krystal Phillips.




Support the Fire Victims auction To the Editor: Fires are not a pleasant thing, as many of you know. My house burned down last December. It was here in town, so the response was quick. These fire fighters are volunteers. My fire was at 2:30 in the morning, and they came and fought the fire, which could have caught the neighbors’ houses on fire. And then they had to go to work! I was in such a deep sleep when I heard the smoke detector go off, and at the same time my adult son was yelling at me—my thought was, Oh, what now? I did not want to get up. The fire fighters, my son, my neighbors, my good friends of this town, your help and support meant so much. With this said, I urge you to attend the Fire Victims’ auction this Sunday at the local Rural 7 fire hall. Even if you don’t need anything, make a donation. I had insurance and thought I would be fine. Not so. You need this fund.

Sue Gaffney Goldendale

Observe Week of the Child To the Editor: Young children in Skamania and Klickitat counties deserve the best that we can give them. The Gorge Early Learning Coalition’s mission is to prepare our youngest children for success by connecting families and communities. Our vision is that our youngest children are valued, nurtured and prepared for success in school and live by community investment in early learning. Week of the Young Child, April 22 through April 28, is a time to recognize the needs of young children and thank the adults involved in their education and care. Parents, teachers, caregivers, and other adults play important roles in the lives of young children, and Week of the Young Child celebrates their efforts. In communities through out the area you will see gingerbread men created by our youngest citizens. We can show support for early


learning in our community by promoting early literacy programs, thanking teachers who care for our children, and working to ensure that our public policies support early learning for all young children. Week of the Young Child is a time to remind us that early years are learning years.

Jane Palmer Klickitat County Health Department White Salmon

Vote no on marijuana To the Editor: This letter is in response to the article in The Sentinel about George Rohrbacher and his support of legalizing marijuana. Mr. Rohrbacher states that marijuana is safe, causes no bodily harm, and is not addictive. I challenge that statement. There is nothing safe or non-addicting about marijuana smoked in a pipe, bong, or cigarette to a person with an addictive personality. It has already been proven many times over that even cigarette smoking is addictive and harmful to your health. I had born to me two sons, one in 1953 and the other in 1959. Both were happy, cute little boys and grew up to be happy, cute adults. Michael Dean Collins, the oldest, experimented with everything he could get his hands on from the time he was approximately 12 till he died of AIDS on Dec. 6, 1992, at 39 years of age. He, like Mr. Rohrbacher, thought that smoking marijuana was not harmful. Aside from the fact that dragging smoke of any nature into your lungs is harmful, over an extended period of time it can lead to an addictive and deadly lifestyle. It fuses together the tiny air pockets that filters our air and blood and takes away the lungs purpose, which is to keep us alive. However, to some personalities, marijuana is not only harmful but soon becomes not enough of a high and leads to harder drugs, which lead to needles to administer those drugs. The lifestyle that goes with the use of most intravenous drugs and the needles, if used indiscriminately and passed from one user to another without cleaning, can cause death from AIDS and other diseases.

Please caution your children and all your loved ones that marijuana is not a harmless recreational drug. It more often than not leads to other drugs and a lifestyle that will kill you, as it did Mike. Vote no to legalize marijuana.

Joy Collins Lyle

It’s time to protect renters To the Editor: For those of you that have encountered this problem here in Goldendale, this is quite familiar to you. For the fortunate others, we have a problem with residential rentals being maintained and rented in deplorable conditions here in the Goldendale area. There are homes and trailers being offered for rent that are unfit for habitation. And some of these are never repaired after they are moved into. I am talking about bad carpeting, missing drainboards, holes in walls, broken windows, fallen-down fences, and other problems too many to mention. Problem: Goldendale has no fire marshal. The city has no business licensing requirements for these rental agencies outside of town or for the landlords actually living here in town. I asked City Hall if there were any plans for requiring the licensing of landlords, so that they can enforce HUD Housing Laws, and they said “It was mentioned, but nothing has been done about it.” I suggest that everyone start pressuring Goldendale to establish standards and requirements that they can enforce to solve this problem. This deplorable situation cannot continue. We have “beautification” standards, but no means of protecting our hapless renters who are living in our community. Because of the universal problems here, they are left with no choice but to accept these rentals as-is, with the hopes of the landlords correcting these problems (someday) After all, they have to live someplace! We all owe it to our community to fix this problem once and for all. How about it?

Donald G. Smiley Goldendale

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C OMMUNIT Y Annual rummage sale Students experience Every 15 Minutes seeking donations Hurry, hurry, hurry! This week is your last chance to apply for the Adult Continuing Education Scholarship offered by the Trout Lake Grange. Applications are due by April 30. This scholarship, administered by the Community Foundation, is designed for adults considering or already enrolled in a postsecondary education program. In order to apply you must have been a full time resident of Trout Lake for two years. For information, contact Coralee Warner at 2218 or Jim White at 2585. To obtain an application form, contact Coralee or go to the Foundation website at Donations for the rummage sale are pouring in and that is good. However, if you wish to donate items to the sale, call Coralee and arrange a time to drop off them off. There is no Trout Lake porch anymore, the storm in January having removed the roof. If items are just News left outside the door there is the risk that they will be damaged by rain. If the items Sarah Burr are just left outside, even in good weather, Arnold Coralee must move them inside by herself, which makes extra work for an already very busy person. Educational opportunities for the summer are now springing up. North Wind Martial Arts is offering summer classes in the martial arts and archery for youth and a summer camp also for youth. For information or to register contact Scott at (503) 753-2687. Also painting classes and opportunities to work on murals are being offered by Destinos. For information contact Ardis at (360) 907-1660. Here's hoping that the Robotics Team does well at the international competition this week in St. Louis. We are rooting for the team to win and are hoping that the trip goes well. Trout Lake has lost three long time residents in the last two months: Bettina McCuistion, Don Wilmer and most recently Jerry Wood; their contributions to life in the town will be missed. The memorial service for Jerry, a native Trout Lakian and a long time teacher at the school, was very well attended and remarkably quite humorous. Many friends told very amusing stories about his life and spoke of his impact on their lives.

Pioneer Church offers respite for tired parents Hey you over-worked, tired need additional information parents! If you would like to regarding the cleanup prohave a night out without the ject, call Cindy Whitefield children, the Pioneer Memor- 364-3364 or Sara McFall 364ial Community Church has a 4114. Coming Events: deal for you. This Friday April 25 - Midevening, they are dle school track offering free childat Glenwood, care from 5 p.m. to Glenwood meet 4:30 p.m. 9 p.m. so you can News April 27 - TLG have a night to track meet at Goldyourselves. In adGlenwood endale High dition to childcare, Homemakers School. Time TBA there will be activiApril 30 - Midties and food for dle school track the children in a meet at Henkle safe and fun atmosphere. For more information, Middle School, White contact John and Tina Jor- Salmon, 3:45 p.m. May 12 - Middle school gensen at 364-3598 or Howard KCAA League meet, 4:30 p.m. and Debi Sinor at 364-3645. June 2 - PTO Community Wilma Montgomery’s memorial service will be Sat- Days bazaar and yard sale. urday, April 28, at the Glen- More details to follow. June 2 - PMCC youth yard wood Cemetery followed by a memorial luncheon at the sale and pancake feed at the school. Mrs. Montgomery, church from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. who was a long-time resident of Glenwood, will be missed by all. Our sympathy is extended to Wilma’s family. The Glenwood PTO is organizing a community cleanup for Saturday, April 28, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. They plan to pick up trash along roadways and in town. All volunteers will be welcome whether they can help pick up trash or have a vehicle to haul the trash bags. If you

Don Miller has been in the hospital in the US is killed in a drunk driving and is not doing so well. We wish him a accident. Every 15 minutes, a student is to report to the school's office. They speedy recovery. Robert and Annie Laurie Cheney get their face painted white and put on have returned to their home in Vancou- a black cloak and then a grim reaper (community volunteer) and a ver from Florida. He has Sheriff's office deputy escort spent quite a few months the child back to class where there working. East End they inform the rest of the Several of the 4-H kids News students that their friend has have their pigs now and are just died in a drunk driving preparing them for the CounAda Ruth accident. That student is no ty Fair. Whitmore longer allowed to speak for An anti-drunk driving edthe rest of the day. Neil and ucation and awareness preBillie Brown volunteered to sentation called "The Every receive a death-notification 15 Minutes" Program was held at the Bickleton High School on where the Klickitat County Coroner Thursday, April 19, for the junior and and Sheriff's Office Deputy went to senior classes. The program was a their home to deliver their son Taylor’s major success. The program's goal is to belongings and inform them that Tayteach children about the dangers of lor had just died in a drunk driving acdrinking and driving. The program cident. Billie spoke at an assembly at teaches kids to stay where they are, call the end of the day and did a wonderful for a ride home or designate a sober dri- job. During the day, a golf cart was ver when they choose to drink. Every available to drive through a cone15 Minutes is designed to simulate the course with beer goggles on to simulate statistic that every 15 minutes, a person what it is like to drive drunk. At the end

of the day, an assembly for the entire high school, staff, administration and community is held to put the whole program together. The Every 15 Minutes coordinators would like to thank the Bickleton and Goldendale communities and sponsors for their help in putting this program together: Bickleton School District, Bickleton Road Department, Bickleton Goodwill, Bickleton Blue Bird Tavern, Bickleton Market Street Cafe, Bickleton Volunteer Fire Department (Cory Wilson and Larry Jensen), Whoop N Holler Museum (for being a sponsor and lending us golf carts for the day!), Greg Wilson (grim reaper), Farmer's Insurance, Joe's Towing (for donating a wrecked car to our program), IGA (for donating food and supplies), Prosecuting Attorney's office, Columbia Hills Memorial Chapel, White Creek Wind, and Blattner Wind. Debbie Grover of Cheney, a former resident of Six Prong in the 1990s, spent two days visiting with Jim and Susan Wright.

Don’t miss the Rural 7 auction Saturday The Greater Goldendale Area Chamber of Commerce can be proud of another successful event held last weekend. Thought and discussion is already in the process for next year’s Goldendale Home and Garden Show. But meetings are not needed until later in the year. This year’s show went very smoothly, needless to say the weather did even more than we needed. It is estimated that there were approximately 2,500 people attending the show, but there will be a more accurate count by next week. The consensus was that the show is a good thing for Goldendale and it gives our local businesses that time to show themselves. One thing that is

By the name of it, you different about this show is that you can actually buy may not know what the things from many of the Goldendale High School’s second play of the year was vendors. about It was One of the atcalled, A Greater tendee’s at the Tuna. When we Show was the Hear’s found out that it man who organizes the Portland Goldendale was about a small radio station in Home and Garden Tuna, Texas, we show, as well as Diana just had to go. the Sportsman’s Notestine Anyone in radio show and others. business could reHe gave the comlate to some of mittee a compliment on how well the Gold- their problems, especially endale Home and Garden like forgetting to turn the microphone on, or problems Show looked. Anyone with experience with weather, news, adveror interest in helping to put tising, community calendar, on a Home and Garden show etc. Our hats are off to direcmay apply at the Chamber to tor Maryanna Kruse and her be on the committee for next cast again, for another great year, as they can use another play. The Rural 7 Auction is committee member.

this Saturday, April 28, with a yard sale beginning at 9 a.m. and the auction beginning at 10 a.m. at the fire hall, 327 West Brooks. You can bring donated items up to the last minute. A reminder from the Goldendale Chamber that beginning in May, Community Chamber Forum Luncheons will always be on Thursdays at noon, no matter which restaurant is hosting it. Also, Klickitat Valley Health has joined the other host restaurants, and will have their first Chamber Forum Luncheons for the month of August in their conference room with lunch being available from the kitchen. Send your article to

Levy failure may force sale of activity center The School Board discussed listing Also discussed were their cell tower the old school (which is now the Activi- leases and the company who wants to ty Center) and green-space (the Park) manage them. The Board decided to for sale at some future time. This was look at the contract before making any decisions. Afterward, some added to the agenda by Tom members of the public disJellum with no action taken cussed concern that the at that time. This brought would be giving up a immediate concern to resiLyle News Board revenue source, with one dents attending the meeting community member stating as many have been very acMildred Lykens that those bring in $48,000 tive in financial support and per year, and the company is physical labor in upgrading only offering about $367,000 the building and the grounds for a 30-year lease, an for the betterment of the community. The school board will be amount they could expect to make back having a budget workshop to go over in seven and a half years. Saturday April 28, hike from the potential cuts on June 14. They have to cut about $554,000 due to the loss of the town of Klickitat to Pitt. First meeting levy and their current financial state. place, Lyle Trailhead 9:30 a.m.; second

meeting place, Klickitat Town Park Trailhead, 10 a.m. Hike leaders: KTC board members Jim Minick, Cheryl Steindorf, and Laura Bales Easy, about 3 miles one way. There will be a short car shuttle and the hike will be one way. Bring plenty of water and lunch or a snack. Pets and smoking are not allowed on KTC- sponsored events. The first Lyle Activity Center Trunk Show will be on Saturday June 2, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. The theme for this trunk show is direct sellers. Vendors such as Avon, Tupperware, Pampered Chef, etc are needed. Contact Cindy Bluemel at (509) 250-3555 to reserve your space for $10. It will be a great opportunity to get gifts and great household products.

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Food preservation series coming to Goldendale

State poet laureate to visit Goldendale April 26-27 REBECCA GOURLEY REPORTER

Poetry, a form of universal language, has sprung up in popularity over the past year in Goldendale. The Golden Art Gallery started a “Final Friday Poetry Night” in the early spring of 2011. Annette Ruckert, who helped start the monthly event, says that the response has been overwhelming. “We have had as much as 80 people show up,” said Ruckert. A special guest is planning a visit to the April Final Friday Poetry Night, Washington’s Poet Laureate Kathleen Flenniken. Flenniken was appointed to this position in February and will serve as Washington’s Poet Laureate for two years. Her role is essentially to bring awareness to poetry. “Our first Poet Laureate was Sam Green, and he liked to say that the Poet Laureate is the union rep for poets in the state, which I like,” said Flenniken. Her personal goals she has set out for herself will be a great undertaking.

“One of them is, I want to try to reach all 39 counties in Washington state and set up poetry readings in all the counties,” said Flenniken. She especially wants to work with third, fourth, and fifth graders in schools across the state. “Especially in schools that don’t have easy access to arts education,” she added. Her mission while she is in the Goldendale area includes learning from what has already been set up in the poetry community, the Final Friday Poetry Night. “I’m really interested to see what they are doing,” said Flenniken. “And see if it’s maybe a model that other communities can take up. So I’ll be learning from Goldendale too.” Originally from Richland, Flenniken has a degree in Civil Engineering and a Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. The process to become the official Poet Laureate in Washington is by application. Flenniken believes that the goals that she laid out in her application, the ones above, were why she was chosen to do the job. Not only is Flenniken try-


UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE: Washington’s Poet Laureate Kathleen Flenniken will pay a visit to Goldendale April 26-27. During her visit she will spend time at Goldendale Primary School, Goldendale Library, Maryhill Museum, and cap it off with the Friday Night Poetry Reading at the Golden Art Gallery. ing to promote poetry among the younger generation, she also highlights other poets from around the state on her website. Flenniken will visit the Maryhill Museum on April 26 for the Put a Poem in your Pocket Day from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. She will be at the Goldendale Community Library on April 26 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for a workshop. She

will also visit with third and fourth graders at Goldendale Primary School on April 27. Her final appearance in the area will be the Final Friday Poetry Night on April 27, at 5:30 p.m. at the Golden Art Gallery. For more infor mation about Flenniken and the upcoming events in the area, visit her website at

Centerville Take-Back Day - Residents urged to dispose child injured of expired or unused prescription drugs in riding accident A young Centerville girl was injured Sunday while riding her horse at home. According to family friends, the girl’s horse got its legs caught in the reins, was spooked, and bucked. The horse fell over backwards with the girl still on. The four-year-old girl suffered a broken femur and left arm but was wearing a helmet that shattered during the incident. She was taken to Klickitat Valley Hospital, and then LifeFlight flew her to Legacy Emanuel Children's Hospital in Portland. Monday morning she underwent surgery, sources say, with a quick recovery expected.

The Klickitat County Sheriff ’s Office will be participating in the National Pharmaceutical Drug Take Back Day, sponsored by the United States Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). The event will take place on Saturday, April 28. KCSO will host one collection site for citizens to return their unused or expired medications for safe disposal.

Anyone with medications that need to be disposed of can bring them to designated locations on April 28, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The collection site in Klickitat County is the Dallesport Community Center, located across from the post office at 136 Sixth Avenue in Dallesport. There are also collection sites listed on the DEA website, viewable at (click on the “Got Drugs?” icon). KCSO advises that those wishing to turn in medications limit them to dry products such as pills and capsules. The DEA will not accept liquid forms of medication for destruction. For more information, visit the DEA website or call KCSO at 773-4545.

A series of food preservation classes will be conducted by WSU Extension faculty and trained volunteers in the coming months. All programs will be held at the Goldendale Farm and Home Store at 225 Railroad Ave. in Goldendale. Interested persons should pre-register by calling 773-4648 or stopping by the store. All programs will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and are free. Schedule of classes: • May 23: drying fruits and vegetables • June 14: jams and jellies • June 28: canning fruits and pie fillings • July 12: pressure canning • July 26: pickling • August 9: tomatoes and salsas WSU Extension programs and policies are consistent with federal and state laws and regulations on nondiscrimination regarding race, color, gender, national origin, religion, age, disability, and sexual orientation. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local Extension office. Persons with a disability requiring special accommodation while participating in Washington State University-Klickitat County Extension programs may call 7735817 in advance of the program. If accommodation is not requested in advance, we cannot guarantee the availability of accommodation on-site.

Second annual goat academy May 19 in Centerville The second annual Goat Academy will be held in Centerville, May 19 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Gateway Farms. The event is a full day of classes on A to Z about every breed of goat. Topics include nutrition, blood draws, fecal samples, shearing, carding, spinning, slaughter and much more. Most of all, this is a hands on event where those attending will learn by doing. There will be lunch on the grounds and goat chariot races for entertainment. The cost is $35 if pre-paid prior to the event and covers the workshops, meal and entertainment. The proceeds will help support the 4-H livestock auction. For those who just want to come for the entertainment or meal, the chariot races cost $5 to watch or $10 to ride. Lunch alone is $12 and will include barbeque goat, chili and salad. The event is on the south side of Randall Road, just west of Harms Road. Randall Road intersects the Centerville Highway five miles west of Centerville. Contact Renee Kreinbring at or call (509) 225-0371.

Glenwood students participate in Kony 2012 Awareness Day Students at Glenwood School participated in the April 20, Cover the Day/Night Kony 2012 Awareness Day. Joseph Kony is a recognized international war crim-

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inal who abducted more than 30,000 children from their homes and turned the boys into child soldiers and the girls into sex slaves. He has done this for 26 years now and has not been stopped. Some of the high school

History and Leadership classes at Glenwood School watched the Kony 2012 Part 1Invisible Children video and were very concerned. Students were so fired up about this human rights issue that they made Kony T-

Shirts and posters. On April 20, students wore Kony shirts to school and posted fliers around town to make more people aware of who Joseph Kony is and his war crimes against humanity. Students also signed peti-

tions to encourage legislators in Washington State to sign the bill supporting the arrest of Joseph Kony and keeping the 100 US advisors in Uganda to search for him and call for his arrest.

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S PORTS Wolves warm up to events, post team wins at Zillah and Moro, set slew of PRs ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN REPORTER

It was a good week for Goldendale track and field. The Timberwolves have been off to a sputtering start this

year due to weather conditions that have made training tough and even caused cancellation of a home meet. But, things began to come together early last week at Highland where the boys’


LEADING THE STATE: Klickitat’s Cole Walters leads B schools in the javelin with a toss of 158 feet 6 inches. Above, Walters won the event at Moro. For more pictures from the Sherman County invitational, go to photos tab.

and girls’ teams won their three-way meets against Highland and Naches Valley. The Timberwolves put a cap on the week with a strong performance at the Sherman County invitational where the boys won again and the girls finished third. The boys made their points at Highland in sprints, distance races and field events, with 17 top three places. Braydon Ross, Issac Messenger and Devon Casey posted individual wins in the discus (132-11), long jump (208.5) and triple jump (37-7.75), respectively. Ross also placed third in the javelin and second in the shot put. Messenger was third in the 100 meters and Casey was third in high jump and the 400 meters where he ran a PR 55.03. Goldenadale’s 4x100 meters relay team of Messenger, Patrick Golding, Joseph Gast and Briley Cameron placed first in 47.7 seconds and the 4x400 relay team of Golding, Messenger, Casey and Gast was second. Cameron had a strong meet placing second in the 200 meters and second in the 100 with an 11.53 PR. He was also third in the long jump. Golding was the winner of the 300 hurdles and placed second in the 110 hurdles. Also finishing in the top


CRUSHED PR: Brady Conway ran a 16 second 110 meter hurdles race at Moro, knocking more than a second off his PR. More pictures from the Sherman County meet at photos tab. three were Weston Lewis in the 800 and Will Bowdish in the 3200. The girls also scored in most events with Zoey Jagelski winning the 200 in a PR 29.83 and wins in the pole vault by Sarah Lancaster and long jump by Elizabeth Matula. The team of Sarah Lancaster, Carlee Wheelon, Kylie Montgomery and Audrey Dressel defeated Highland in the 4x400. Wheelon, Jagelski, Lancaster and Dana McCune won the 4x100 and Wheelon, Matula, Jagelski and Karri

Furlong finished second in the 4x200. Others with top three finishes were Sierra Simmons, third in the 200; Ariella Davenport, third in the 800 and 1600 meter races; Montgomery, second in the shot put and third in discus; Alexis Ladiges, third in javelin; Dressel, second in high jump;

Lancaster, second in triple jump; and Wheelon, third in triple jump. Sheman County Brady Conway had a great meet at Moro, winning three events with PRs in the triple jump (41-1) and 110 hurdles (16.0). His third win came in the 300 hurdles where he was

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Sun brings out records from Gorge League athletes Warm weather brought out personal records (PR) galore among Columbia Gorge League track and field athletes. Thirty-one students from Bickleton, Klickitat, Lyle-Wishram and TLG set 40 new PRs, including a new school record of 17.88 seconds in the 100 meter hurdles by Bickleton’s Lindsay Brown at Saturday’s meet in Prosser. Bickleton Bickleton runners set five other PRs and there were eight more in field events between the Prosser meet and Friday’s competition at Kittitas. Peter Clin-

ton ran his first 1600 in competition in 5:05, good enough for fourth place at Kittitas. He also set a new mark at 116 in the pole vault in Prosser. Michael Underwood set new marks in the discus (873), shot put (26-9.5) and 400 meters (1:02.88). Joshua Cummings set a pair of new marks with a fifth place finish in the triple jump at 340.75 and an 108-1 throw in the javelin. Yee Zhu ran a 21.97 100 hurdles and went 11-7.75 in the long jump. Other PRs were Joey Cardenas, 2:40.3 in the 800;

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ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN BALANCE: Kylie Montgomery spins into a discus throw at Moro. Montgomery’s 74-3 toss was good for seventh, just behind team- VAULTING: Audrey Dressel cleared 6-6 in the pole vault for third place. mate Sofia Casimiro who threw 76-5.


MIDDLE SCHOOL MEET: County middle school students competed in the rain at a league track meet in Goldendale on Thursday. The league ribbon meet will be in Goldendale on May 7. More photos from the meet can be found at

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Wolves finish undefeated in non-league, as crunch time approaches in SCAC west

Rape conviction among Prosecutor’s February court file The following Superior Court cases have been reported from the Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. Feb. 6: • Joshua James Brown, 29, of Carson pled guilty to Rendering Criminal Assistance in the Third Degree and Vehicle Prowling in the Second Degree and was sentenced to 364 days in jail with 334 suspended on each count to be served concurrently. The defendant must pay $1,875 in court costs which includes $500 to the Klickitat County Sheriff ’s Office Investigation Fund. Restitution to the victim is to be determined at a later date. • Joseph Leonard Jones, 43, of White Salmon, pled guilty on December 5, 2011 to Criminal Trespass in the First Degree-Domestic Violence and Assault in the Fourth Degree-Domestic Violence and was sentenced to 364 days in jail with 350 days suspended on each count. Jones will be on probation for 24 months and must obtain a Washington State Certified Domestic Violence Evaluation, a Drug/Alcohol Evaluation, and a Mental Health Evaluation and follow all recommended treatment. The defendant must pay $2,325 in court costs, which includes $500 to the Klickitat County Sheriff ’s Office Investigation Fund. • Aaron Carl Hunter, 27, of Goldendale, pled guilty on June 20, 2011 to Rape of a Child in the Third Degree and was sentenced to 41 months in prison, with 33 months suspended for the duration of the special sex offender sentencing alternative program. The defendant must also pay $1,747 in court costs, which includes $250 to the Klickitat County Sheriff ’s Office Investigation Fund. • Joshua Lee Butler, 29, of Goldendale, pled guilty to Assault in the Third Degree and was sentenced to 12 months plus one day in prison. The defendant must pay $1,525 in court costs, including $500 to the Goldendale Police Department Investigation Fund. There is no restitution. • Dennis L. Voigt, 58, of Vancouver, pled guilty to Felony Harassment and Resisting Arrest. Voigt was sentenced to 30 days on Count I and 90 days with 60 days suspended on Count II. The defendant must also pay court costs of $800. • Russell Dean Kennedy, 41, of Bingen, pled guilty to four counts of Violation of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act – Possession of Methamphetamine and three counts of Unlawful Possession of a Firearm. The defendant was sentenced to 12 months incarceration on each of counts 1-4 and 25 months in prison on each of counts 5-7, to be

served concurrently. While in prison, the defendant must undergo and successfully complete a substance abuse treatment program approved by the Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse of the Department of Social and Health Services. Mr. Kennedy must also pay court costs of $3,300, which includes a mandatory $2,000 fine for Violation of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act and $500 to the Bingen/White Salmon Police Department Drug Enforcement Fund. Feb. 21: • Anthony Benjamin Olney, 46, of Milwaukie, Ore., pled guilty to Theft in the Second Degree and was sentenced to eight months in jail, to be served consecutively to a Snohomish County sentence for a July 5, 2011 burglary. The defendant must pay $1,525 in court costs, including $500 to the Klickitat County Sheriff ’s Office Investigation Fund. A hearing to determine victim restitution will be set at a later date. Note: cases from March will be reported in next week’s issue of The Goldendale Sentinel.



GOOD D: Dustin Mutch makes a play at third for Lyle-Wishram against Sherman County, Saturday. The Cougars jumped on Sherman County for six runs in the first two innings, enough to cruise to an 11-5 win in Moro. The Cougars played a league double header on Tuesday against Sunnyside Christian.

Vandals win first meeting with Cougars in 19-12 slugfest Klickitat out-hit LyleWishram in the first meeting of the two teams for a 19-12 win in Dallesport. The Cougars committed six errors and Klickitat jumped on them with a 10-run third inning. Chelci Curtis got the win and Dieryon Lacock took the loss. Lacock doubled and drove in four runs for LyleWishram and Kirstin Hylton was 4-4 with a double and three RBI. Rain forced cancellation of game two. The teams are scheduled to play in Klickitat on May 1. On Saturday, Granger’s JV was in Dallesport and while

the hitting was even, Granger generated more runs for a 12-1 and 10-5 sweep. Nicki Anderson accounted for the only Lyle-Wishram RBI in game one while Suzanne McConville was 3-3 with a pair of triples and three RBI in game two. Michelle Doolin drove in two runs and Mercedes Beck was 2-2 in the game. Lyle-Wishram is at Columbia-White Salmon on Thursday. Klickitat hosted Goldendale’s JV on Monday and will be at Matawa to play Wahluke on Saturday.

Goldendale improved their record to 13-2 with non-conference wins over Columbia-White Salmon in a five-inning game, 9-6 and a double-header sweep in Goldendale 5-3 and 2-1. The week’s games complete an undefeated non-conference schedule for the Timberwolves. An important league double-header will be played at La Salle on Thursday and a final double-header next Tuesday against league leading and undefeated Naches Valley. Goldendale is in second place in the league standings with a 6-2 record, one game ahead of La Salle. At White Salmon, Lucas Denney and Michael Trunkey each drove in two runs to pace the Timberwolves. Lead off hitter, Ethan Enstad reached base four times and scored two runs. Enstad was 1-1 and was hit by pitches three times. Elias Briseno scored three runs, reaching on two walks and on a Bruin error. Columbia rallied with four runs in the bottom of the fifth inning, leading off with a runner reaching by er ror followed by four straight singles. With runners on the corners and one out, Nolin Bare got the final

batter to hit into a Lucas Denney to Ben Cochran double play. Kiona-Benton A four run fourth inning in which the Timberwolves took advantage of errors and aggressive base-running proved to be the winning margin over the Ki-Be Bears in game one. Tim Bartkowski earned the win giving up just one earned run off three hits. Bare hit a double in the game and the Wolves played errorless ball. Game two was a pitching gem for both teams with Goldendale’s Denney coming out on top in an 11 strikeout, no walk effort. Wade Gaston accounted for two of Goldendale’s six hits and Trunkey hit a double and scored the game winner in the second inning. Ki-Be 001 000 2 3-5-1 Goldendale 100 400 x 5-8-0 2B-Bare (G) HR-Deaton (C) IP H ER W K Bartkowski 5 2/3 - 3 – 1 – 4 – 5 WP Bare 1 1/3 – 2 – 2 – 1 - 1 Ki-Be 001 000 0 1-3-3 Goldendale 020 000 x 2-6-1 2B-Trunkey IP H ER W K Denney 7 – 3 – 1 – 0 – 11 WP Goldendale 004 32 9-4-3 Columbia 200 04 6-5-3 2B-Goodwillie (C) IP H ER W K Gaston 1 2/3 – 1 – 2 – 4 – 0 Cochran 2 2/3 - 4 – 3 – 0 – 0 WP Bare 1 – 0–0–0-0

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R ECORDS WHAT’S HAPPENING On-going Events Every Monday and Wednesday •Goldendale Wrestling Club from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Goldendale High School gym. All ages welcome. Every Third Monday •Learn and Play at the Goldendale Primary School cafeteria from 3:15 p.m. to 4 p.m. Learn and play is a time to discover fun and learning before kindergarten. 773-3091. Every First Tuesday •Goldendale Photo Club meets at 6 p.m. in the Goldendale Middle School faculty room. Anyone with a passion for photography welcome. 772-2717. •Goldendale Aglow meets at 7 p.m. at Father’s House Fellowship, located at 207 S. Klickitat. 773-5870. Every Tuesday •Take Off Pounds Sensibly (T.O.P.S.) meets in the Riverview Bank meeting room at 9 a.m. For more information, contact Debbie at 7735301. Every Tuesday and Thursday •KLCK Klickitat AM talk show at 8:35 a.m. on 1400am or Every Second Tuesday •Klickitat Republicans meet at 6 p.m. at the Dallesport Community Center. Every Second and Fourth Tuesday •Simcoe Chapter of Toastmasters bi-monthly meeting from noon to 1 p.m. at Christ the King Lutheran Church, located at the corner of Simcoe and Columbus. Every Third Tuesday •Klickitat County Fair Board meeting from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the WSU building at the fair grounds. Open to the public. Every Tues., Wed., & Thurs. •Family History Center, located at the corner of N. Columbus and McKinley is open Tues. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wed. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Thurs. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. plus more. Appointments available outside these hours. Open to the public. 250-3095. Every Wednesday •Kiwanis meets at 7 a.m. at Golden Coyote Coffee, located on Main Street. •”Hotline” on KLCK radio from 8:35 a.m. to 9 a.m. on 1400am or online at •Open Studio for Kids (ages eight to 14) at Golden Art Gallery from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. $10 per session. Student artists can explore a wide variety of techniques and art materials. Call in advance, 773-5100. Every First Wednesday •Kids’ Club at the Goldendale Community Library from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Enjoy games, reader theater and snacks. Games provided or bring your own to share. Fun for kids ages eight to 12. Every Second Wednesday •Columbia Basin Goat Guild meeting at 2 p.m. at Golden Coyote Coffee. Open to anyone interested in any kind of goat. (509) 225-0371. Every First and Third Wednesday •Goldendale Little League meeting at Goldendale City Fire Hall at 6 p.m. Every Thursday •Clay club for adults from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. with Charlotte Van Zant-King and members of the Gallery. Cost is $10. Call 250-2655 for location. •Bingo at the Goldendale American Legion Post 116 for members and their guests at 6:30 p.m. Every Second Thursday •Artist reception beginning at 4 p.m. at the Golden Art Gallery. Featuring a new art show, wine tasting, live music and snacks. 773-5100. •Klickitat County Meth Action Team meeting at City Council Chambers from noon to 1 p.m. •Goldendale Motorsports Association meeting at the Ayutla’s Mexican Restaurant at 6

p.m. for dinner, meeting starts at 7 p.m. •Goldendale Community Support Group for School Food. Parents, teachers, school staff members and regular citizens interested in the quality of food our public school students get. Meet at the Goldendale United Methodist Church at 6:30 p.m. Every Third Thursday •Oil pastels taught at the Golden Art Gallery, from 10 a.m. to noon. 773-5100. •A.B.A.T.E. meets at Roadhouse 97. Social hour at 6 p.m., meeting at 7 p.m. Every Friday •Yarn Benders, a knit, crochet and sewing group meets from 10 a.m. to noon at Golden Coyote Coffee, located on West Main in Goldendale. Everyone is invited to bring any type of needlework they would like. 773-3163. Every First and Third Friday •Java Talk at 8 a.m. at Golden Coyote Coffee, located at 120 W. Main Street. •Wishram Diabetic Education and Support group meets in the Wishram Community Church at 3 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Every Saturday •Pinochle at 7 p.m. promptly, at the Odd Fellows Temple, 301 NW 2nd St., Goldendale. Every Third Saturday •Oriental art (Sumi brush techniques) at the Golden Art Gallery at 10 a.m. with Margaret. 773-5100. •Goldendale Senior Center breakfast. Everyone is welcome. $3 per person. Every Fourth Saturday •Handmade books class at the Golden Art Gallery at 10 a.m. 773-5100.

Upcoming Events Wednesday, April 25 •“Get Ready for Kindergarten” at Goldendale Primary School cafeteria from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Visit with teachers, listen to stories, fun activities and snack time. 773-4665. •Kids’ book exchange at the Goldendale Library from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. 773-4487. Thursday, April 26 •Poem in Your Pocket day with Kathleen Flenniken at the Maryhill Museum of Art from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Everyone invited. •An Evening with the Poet Laureate, poetry writing workshop with Kathleen Flenniken, at the Goldendale Library from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Camplan Room. Friday, April 27 •Final Friday poetry night at The Golden Art Gallery with Kathleen Flenniken at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, April 28 •Free financial workshop from 9 a.m. to noon in the KPUD meeting room. 773-5870. •Bike rodeo from 10 a.m. to noon at the Goldendale Middle School playground, put on by Cubscout Pack 551. Anyone may come and participate as long as they have a helmet and a bike or scooter. •Firefighters auction at Rural 7 fire hall on Brooks St. in Goldendale. Starts at 9 a.m. 7734246. Sunday, April 29 •Klickitat County Democrats County Convention and Legislative District 14 sub-caucus at the Lyle Activity Center from noon to 3 p.m. Friday, May 4 •Klickitat Chapter of Trout Unlimited meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the Goldendale Library meeting room. 773-3380. Saturday, May 5 •Western Gathering at The Pink Saddle in Goldendale. Equibrand tack rep, free BBQ lunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., door prizes, peewee and junior dummy roping contest and more. Sunday, May 6 •Gorge Winds Concert Band performance at 2 p.m. at the Civic Auditorium in The Dalles. Free admission, donations accepted.

WEATHER EAST DISTRICT COURT Wednesday, April 25 Showers, High 67, Low 43 Sunrise: 5:59 a.m. Sunset: 8:04 p.m. Thursday, April 26 Showers, High 55, Low 35 Sunrise: 5:58 a.m. Sunset: 8:05 p.m. Friday, April 27 P Cloudy, High 57, Low 35 Sunrise: 5:56 a.m. Sunset: 8:06 p.m. Saturday, April 28 P Cloudy, High 62, Low 37 Sunrise: 5:54 a.m. Sunset: 8:08 p.m. Sunday, April 29 P Cloudy, High 67, Low 39 Sunrise: 5:53 a.m. Sunset: 8:09 p.m. Monday, April 30 P Cloudy, High 68, Low 40 Sunrise: 5:51 a.m. Sunset: 8:10 p.m. Tuesday, May 1 P Cloudy, High 66, Low 40 Sunrise: 5:50 a.m. Sunset: 8:12 p.m.

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Senior Meals • April 26 @ noon Goldendale Senior Center Pork • May 1 @ noon Goldendale Senior Center & Lyle Lions Community Center BBQ Beef Meals include milk, coffee, or tea.

Call Mt. Adams Transportation Service for transportation to meal sites: Goldendale, 773-3060 White Salmon, 493-4662

March 27 •Joshua Steven Miles: Minor Oper. Veh/After Alcohol Consumption (12/12/09); Dismissed per deferred sentence order. •Mark Robert Nixon: DWLS 3 (3/17/12); Guilty plea, 90 days/83 susp., fines/fees $760, 24 months bench probation. •David Fred Patterson: No Valid Oper. License without ID (7/3/11); Amended to No Valid License with ID, committed to amended charge, eight hours community service. •Cadelari L. Sanchez: No Valid Oper. License without ID (2/15/12); Amended to No Valid License with ID, committed to amended charge, fines/fees $140. •Dylan Macay Thomson: Transport Fish/Wildlife 2 (10/2/11); Bail forfeiture, fines/fees $152. •Gary Ellis Vaughn: Use/Possession Loaded Firear m (10/24/11); Guilty plea with deferred sentence, fines/fees $459.50, 12 months deferred. •Eduardo Vasquez: DWLS 3 (3/30/11); Guilty plea, 90 days/90 susp., fines/fees $527, 24 months bench probation. •Chas Anthony War ner: Criminal Trespass 2 (11/19/11); Guilty plea, 90

days/90 susp., fines/fees $660, 24 months bench probation. March 29 •Teresa Suzanne Quinn: Speeding Too Fast for Conditions (1/29/12); Committed, fine $144. •George Edward Foryan: Speeding 5 MPH Over Limit (3/5/12); Committed, fine $50. •Leeann Kay Mell: Fl. Renew Expired Reg. Greater Than Two Months (2/6/12); Committed, fine $100. •Jennifer Leigh Mitchell: Speeding 12 MPH Over Limit (2/14/12); Deferred finding, $125. •Sergio Rene Paredes: Speeding 27 MPH Over Limit (3/9/12); Deferred finding, $125. •Elizabeth Naomi Wilde: Speeding 10 MPH Over Limit (3/6/12); Deferred finding, $125. April 3 •Philip John Day: Theft 3 (1/30/12); Six months S.O.C., fines/fees $50. •Meghan Jean Giron: Disorderly Conduct (9/13/11), Resisting Arrest (9/13/11); 12 months S.O.C., fines/fees $50 •Harvey William Smith, Jr.: Disorderly Conduct (10/14/11); 12 month S.O.C., fines/fees $180.

GOLDENDALE SCHOOL LUNCH Thursday, April 26 Primary School Breakfast - Breakfast roll, fruit, milk Lunch - Turkey gravy on mashed potatoes, corn, veggies, breadstick, fruit, milk Middle School Breakfast - Cheese omelet, fruit, milk Lunch - Chicken nuggets, fries, veggies, bread, applesauce, milk High School Breakfast - Breakfast pizza, hashbrown, fruit, orange juice, milk Lunch - Deli sandwich or hamburger Friday, April 27 Primary School Breakfast - Oatmeal, toast, juice, milk Lunch - Spaghetti, salad, green beans, breadstick, fruit, milk Middle School Breakfast - Oatmeal, toast, juice, milk Lunch - Beef dippers, fries, veggies, bread, brownie, fruit, milk High School Breakfast - Breakfast sandwich, hashbrown, fruit, orange juice, milk Lunch - Chicken fajita or cheeseburger Monday, April 30 Primary School Breakfast - Waffles, fruit, milk Lunch - Mac & cheese, corn, salad, bread, fruit, milk Middle School Breakfast - Waffles, fruit, milk

Lunch - Spaghetti, toast, salad, green beans, pudding, fruit, milk High School Breakfast - Breakfast sandwich, hashbrown, fruit, orange juice, milk Lunch - Hamburger or chicken fryz Tuesday, May 1 Primary School Breakfast - Cold cereal, toast, fruit, milk Lunch - French toast, ham, hashbrown, fruit, milk Middle School Breakfast - Cold cereal, toast, fruit, milk Lunch - Turkey gravy on mashed potatoes, corn, hot roll, fruit, milk High School Breakfast - Breakfast burrito, hashbrown, fruit, orange juice, milk Lunch - Chicken gravy on mashed potatoes or cheeseburger Wednesday, May 2 Primary School Breakfast - Cold cereal, toast, fruit, milk Lunch - Pizza, green beans, veggies, fruit, milk Middle School Breakfast - Oatmeal toast, fruit, milk Lunch - Burrito, salad, green beans, bread, applesauce, milk High School Breakfast - Low fat muffin, hashbrown, fruit, orange juice, milk Lunch - Pizza or lasagna

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N OTICES KLICKITAT COUNTY CITIZEN’S REVIEW COMMITTEE MEETING SCHEDULE April 5, 2012 – August 2, 2012 The Klickitat County Citizen’s Review Committee (CRC) will support salmonid recovery by identifying credible and fundable habitat protection and enhancement projects. This process will support related programs and activities that produce sustainable and measurable benefits for fish and fish habitat. Therefore the CRC meets during the spring and summer months, with their regularly schedule meeting times on the first Thursday of each month, unless otherwise noted. This year’s meeting dates are as follows: May 3, 2012 June 7, 2012 July 5, 2012 August 2, 2012 These meetings are open to the public. Meetings will be held in the Lyle Lions Community Center, unless otherwise noted, starting at 7:00 P.M. If there are any questions, please contact: If there are any questions, please contact: John Foltz, Lead Entity Coordinator Klickitat County Natural Resources Department (509) 773-2353 (1114, 1208, 1302, 1701, 2201, 2601, 3001) PUBLIC NOTICE 2012 CALL FOR SALMON HABITAT PROJECT APPLICATIONS The Salmon Recovery Funding Board awards grant funds to protect and restore salmon habitat. Applicants must submit proposals to their local Lead Entity for evaluation before the Salmon Recovery Funding Board considers a project for funding. Eligible Applicants: Cities, Counties, State Agencies, Private Landowners, Native American Tribes, Non-Profit Organizations, Conservation Districts, Special Purpose Districts, and Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups. Eligible Project Types: Acquisition, Restoration, Assessment, Design Only, and Combination Projects (i.e. Acquisition and Restoration) of high priority within the Klickitat Lead Entity Area. Pre-Application information is due to the Lead Entity by May 11, 2012. To apply or obtain more information contact: John Foltz Klickitat Lead Entity Coordinator Klickitat County Natural Resource Dept. (509) 773-2353 (1115, 1304, 1502, 1702, 1902) NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE File No.: 7042.23820 Grantors: Northwest Trustee Services, Inc. Green Tree Servicing LLC Grantee: Tammy L. Fields, an unmarried woman Ref to DOT Auditor File No.: 1072153 Tax Parcel ID No.: 05162207220100/05-162207-2201/00 Abbreviated Legal: Lot 1 SP NO. SPL 2007-22 SESE 22-5-16 Notice of Trustee's Sale Pursuant to the Revised Code of Washington 61.24, et seq. I. On May 4, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. inside the main lobby of the Klickitat County Courthouse, 205 South Columbus Ave in the City of Goldendale, State of Washington, the undersigned Trustee (subject to any conditions imposed by the Trustee) will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, payable at time of sale, the following described real property "Property", situated in the County(ies) of Klickitat, State of Washington: Lot 1 of Short Plat No. SPL-2007-22, Recorded June 18, 2007, Auditor's no. 1070785, being a portion of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 22, Township 5 North, Range 16 East, W.M. ALSO EXCEPT any portion of said lying with County Road #27950 Commonly known as: 511 Tyler Road Goldendale, WA 98620 which is subject to that certain Deed of Trust dated 08/02/07, recorded on 08/09/07, under Auditor's File No. 1072153, records of Klickitat County, Washington, from Tammy

Fields, as Grantor, to Klickitat County Title Company, as Trustee, to secure an obligation "Obligation" in favor of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. solely as nominee for Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., as Beneficiary, the beneficial interest in which was assigned by Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. to Green Tree Servicing LLC, under an A s s i g n m e n t / S u c c e s s i ve Assignments recorded under Auditor's File No. 1096374. *The Tax Parcel ID number and Abbreviated Legal Description are provided solely to comply with the recording statutes and are not intended to supplement, amend or supersede the Property's full legal description provided herein. II. No action commenced by the Beneficiary of the Deed of Trust is now pending to seek satisfaction of the Obligation in any Court by reason of the Grantor's or Borrower's default on the Obligation. III. The Beneficiary alleges default of the Deed of Trust for failure to pay the following amounts now in arrears and/or other defaults: Amount due to reinstate by 1/25/2012 Monthly Payments $8,363.16 Late Charges $0.00 Lender's Fees & Costs $15.00 Total Arrearage $8,378.16 Trustee's Expenses (Itemization) Trustee's Fee $675.00 Title Report $575.16 Statutory Mailings $19.52 Recording Costs $30.00 Postings $70.00 Total Costs $1,369.68 Total Amount Due: $9,747.84 IV. The sum owing on the Obligation is: Principal Balance of $132,369.22, together with interest as provided in the note or other instrument evidencing the Obligation from 05/01/11, and such other costs and fees as are due under the Obligation, and as are provided by statute. V. The Property will be sold to satisfy the expense of sale and the Obligation as provided by statute. The sale will be made without representation or warranty, express or implied regarding title, possession, encumbrances or condition of the Property on May 4, 2012. The default(s) referred to in paragraph III, together with any subsequent payments, late charges, advances costs and fees thereafter due, must be cured by 04/23/12 (11 days before the sale date), to cause a discontinuance of the sale. The sale will be discontinued and terminated if at any time before the close of the Trustee's business on 04/23/12 (11 days before the sale date), the default(s) as set forth in paragraph III, together with any subsequent payments, late charges, advances, costs and fees thereafter due, is/are cured and the Trustee's fees and costs are paid. The sale may be terminated any time after 04/23/12 (11 days before the sale date), and before the sale by the Borrower, Grantor, any Guarantor or the holder of any recorded junior lien or encumbrance paying the entire balance of principal and interest secured by the Deed of Trust, plus costs, fees, and advances, if any made pursuant to the terms of the obligation and/or Deed of Trust. VI. A written notice of default was transmitted by the Beneficiary or Trustee to the Borrower and Grantor at the following address(es): NAME AND ADDRESS Tammy Fields 511 Tyler Road Goldendale, WA 98620 Tammy Fields PO Box 197 Wasco, OR 97065 Unknown Spouse and/or Domestic Partner of Tammy Fields 511 Tyler Road Goldendale, WA 98620 Unknown Spouse and/or Domestic Partner of Tammy Fields PO Box 197 Wasco, OR 97065 by both first class and either certified mail, return receipt requested on 12/23/11, proof of which is in the possession of the Trustee; and on 12/23/11 Grantor and Borrower were personally served with said written notice of default or the written notice of default was posted on a conspicuous place on the real property described in paragraph I above, and the Trustee has possession of proof of such service or posting. VII. The Trustee, whose name and address are set forth below, will provide in writing to anyone requesting it a statement of all foreclosure costs

THIS JUST IN: • Meeting Notice - Citizens Review Committee - Klickitat County Natural Resources • Determination of Non Significance re: Johnston - Klickitat County Planning • Public Notice - 2010-11 Annual Resport - Mid Columbia Children’s Council • Application to Appropriate Public Waters - Mercer Canyons • Summary of Ordinance 1412 - City of Goldendale • Meeting Notice / Land and Natural Resource Committee - Klickitat CountyNatural Resources • Call for Bids-East Collins Drive -City of Goldendale and trustee's fees due at any time prior to the sale. VIII. The effect of the sale will be to deprive the Grantor and all those who hold by, through or under the Grantor of all their right, title and interest in the Property. IX. Anyone having any objection to the sale on any grounds whatsoever will be afforded an opportunity to be heard as to those objections if they bring a lawsuit to restrain the sale pursuant to RCW 61.24.130. Failure to bring such a lawsuit may result in a waiver of any proper grounds for invalidating the Trustee's sale. X. NOTICE TO OCCUPANTS OR TENANTS - The purchaser at the Trustee's Sale is entitled to possession of the property on the 20th day following the sale, as against the Grantor under the Deed of Trust (the owner) and anyone having an interest junior to the deed of trust, including occupants who are not tenants. After the 20th day following the sale the purchaser has the right to evict occupants who are not tenants by summary proceedings under Chapter 59.12 RCW. For tenantoccupied property, the purchaser shall provide a tenant with written notice in accordance with RCW 61.24.060. The trustee's rules of auction may be accessed at and are incorporated by this reference. You may also access sale status at and EFFECTIVE: 1/25/2012 Northwest Trustee Services, Inc., Trustee Authorized Signature P.O. BOX 997 Bellevue, WA 98009-0997 Contact: Nanci Lambert (425) 586-1900. (TS# 7042.23820) 1002.206449File (1410, 1703) NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE File No.: 9405.20001 Grantors: Northwest Trustee Services, Inc. Nina Hinton, as to a 50% interest, and Kelly Baker, as to a 50% interest Grantee: Floyd H Matula and Meredith E Matula, Trustees of the Matula Family Revocable Living Trust, dated August 25, 2000 Ref to DOT Auditor File No.: 1022453 Tax Parcel ID No.: 05152859000100 / 05152859000200 Abbreviated Legal: SE 1/4 S28-T5N, R15E & Lot1 SP90-13 Notice of Trustee's Sale Pursuant to the Revised Code of Washington 61.24, et seq. I. On May 4, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. inside the main lobby of the Klickitat County Courthouse, 205 South Columbus Ave in the City of Goldendale, State of Washington, the undersigned Trustee (subject to any conditions imposed by the Trustee) will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, payable at time of sale, the following described real property "Property", situated in the County(ies) of Klickitat, State of Washington: Parcel 1: The South Half of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 28, Township 5 North, Range 15 East, W.M. EXCEPT THEREFROM That portion of the North 37.05 feet of Lot 1, Short Plat No. 90.13, lying West of the Centerline of Mill Creek, in the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 28, Township 5 North, Range 15 East, W.M. ALSO EXCEPT, right of way for County Road No. 26310. ALSO EXCEPT, that portion conveyed to Klickitat County by deed recorded October 11, 1999 as Auditor's No. 1014255. Said land also being Lots 1 and 2 of Short Plat No. SP-90-13 and amended by Boundary Line Adjustment No. BLA-99-07 recorded October 11, 1999 as Auditor's No. 1014254. Commonly known as: 409 Hunter Road Goldendale, WA 98620 which is subject

to that certain Deed of Trust dated 03/10/01, recorded on 03/23/01, under Auditor's File No. 1022453, records of Klickitat County, Washington, from Floyd H. Matula and Meredith E. Matula, individually and as Trustees of the Matula Family Revocable Living Trust, as Grantor, to Peter J. Duffy, attorney at law, as Trustee, to secure an obligation "Obligation" in favor of Margaret Petti, as Beneficiary, the beneficial interest in which was assigned by Margaret Petti to Nina Hinton, as to a 50% interest, and Kelly Baker, as to a 50% interest. *The Tax Parcel ID number and Abbreviated Legal Description are provided solely to comply with the recording statutes and are not intended to supplement, amend or supersede the Property's full legal description provided herein. II. No action commenced by the Beneficiary of the Deed of Trust is now pending to seek satisfaction of the Obligation in any Court by reason of the Grantor's or Borrower's default on the Obligation. III. The Beneficiary alleges default of the Deed of Trust for failure to pay the following amounts now in arrears and/or other defaults: Amount due to reinstate by 01/30/2012 Monthly Payments $135,000.00 Total Arrearage $135,000.00 Trustee's Expenses (Itemization) Trustee's Fee $1,000.00 Title Report $962.13 Statutory Mailings $9.76 Recording Costs $14.00 Postings $70.00 Total Costs $2,055.89 Total Amount Due: $137,055.89 Other known defaults as follows: IV. The sum owing on the Obligation is: Principal Balance of $180,574.84, together with interest as provided in the note or other instrument evidencing the Obligation from 10/26/00, and such other costs and fees as are due under the Obligation, and as are provided by statute. V. The Property will be sold to satisfy the expense of sale and the Obligation as provided by statute. The sale will be made without representation or warranty, express or implied regarding title, possession, encumbrances or condition of the Property on May 4, 2012. The default(s) referred to in paragraph III, together with any subsequent payments, late charges, advances costs and fees thereafter due, must be cured by 04/23/12 (11 days before the sale date), to cause a discontinuance of the sale. The sale will be discontinued and terminated if at any time before the close of the Trustee's business on 04/23/12 (11 days before the sale date), the default(s) as set forth in paragraph III, together with any subsequent payments, late charges, advances, costs and fees thereafter due, is/are cured and the Trustee's fees and costs are paid. The sale may be terminated any time after 04/23/12 (11 days before the sale date), and before the sale by the Borrower, Grantor, any Guarantor or the holder of any recorded junior lien or encumbrance paying the entire balance of principal and interest secured by the Deed of Trust, plus costs, fees, and advances, if any made pursuant to the terms of the obligation and/or Deed of Trust. VI. A written notice of default was transmitted by the Beneficiary or Trustee to the Borrower and Grantor at the following address(es): NAME AND ADDRESS Floyd H. Matula 409 Hunter Road Goldendale, WA 98620 Meredith E. Matula 409 Hunter Road Goldendale, WA 98620 by both first class and either certified mail, return receipt requested on 12/23/11, proof of which is in the possession of the Trustee; and on 12/23/11 Grantor and

Borrower were personally served with said written notice of default or the written notice of default was posted on a conspicuous place on the real property described in paragraph I above, and the Trustee has possession of proof of such service or posting. VII. The Trustee, whose name and address are set forth below, will provide in writing to anyone requesting it a statement of all foreclosure costs and trustee's fees due at any time prior to the sale. VIII. The effect of the sale will be to deprive the Grantor and all those who hold by, through or under the Grantor of all their right, title and interest in the Property. IX. Anyone having any objection to the sale on any grounds whatsoever will be afforded an opportunity to be heard as to those objections if they bring a lawsuit to restrain the sale pursuant to RCW 61.24.130. Failure to bring such a lawsuit may result in a waiver of any proper grounds for invalidating the Trustee's sale. X. NOTICE TO OCCUPANTS OR TENANTS - The purchaser at the Trustee's Sale is entitled to possession of the property on the 20th day following the sale, as against the Grantor under the Deed of Trust (the owner) and anyone having an interest junior to the deed of trust, including occupants who are not tenants. After the 20th day following the sale the purchaser has the right to evict occupants who are not tenants by summary proceedings under Chapter 59.12 RCW. For tenantoccupied property, the purchaser shall provide a tenant with written notice in accordance with RCW 61.24.060. The trustee's rules of auction may be accessed at and are incorporated by this reference. You may also access sale status at and EFFECTIVE: 01/30/2012 Northwest Trustee Services, Inc., Trustee Authorized Signature P.O. BOX 997 Bellevue, WA 98009-0997 Contact: Becky Baker (425) 586-1900. (TS# 9405.20001) 1002.206433File (1411, 1704) PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KLICKITAT SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION DOROTHY P. COMBS, a single person, Plaintiff, Case No. 12-2-00087 1 v. MARK S. COX, DENNIS W. COX, DENNIS J. COX, DAWN COX, RAYMOND PAUL COX, TIMOTHY ANDREW GILLESPIE, MARIA KELLY, COLLEEN MARIE CARMODY, TODD COX, HOLLY HAYES, KYLE J. COX and KELSIE J. COX; also all unknown heirs of Donna V. Cox and other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the Complaint herein Defendants. The State of Washington to the unknown heirs of Donna V. Cox and other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the Complaint herein: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to wit, within sixty (60) days after the 11th day of April, 2012, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for Plaintiff, James L. Kacena, at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. To Quiet Title to a tract of land located in White Salmon, Klickitat County, Washington. DATED this 26th day of March, 2012. James L. Kacena, Attorney at Law Counsel for Plaintiff Washington State Bar No. 33889 P.O. Box 2024 White Salmon, WA 98672 Telephone: (509)493-1776 Fax: (509) 493-1227

(1507, 1601, 1705, 1802, 1903, 2001) PUBLIC NOTICE 2012 Burn ban for KCFPD # 9 The commissioners of Klickitat County Fire Protection District # 9, established a burn ban in the regular meeting on April 5, 2012. As per resolution 2012-002: the district wide burn ban will take effect at midnight on April 30th, 2012. (1603, 1706, 1803) KLICKITAT COUNTY WRIA 30 Water Resource Planning and Advisory Committee Meeting May 1, 2012 Public Notice The Klickitat County Water Resource Planning and Advisory Committee will meet on May 1, 2012 starting 7:00 P.M. at the Central Klickitat Conservation District Office, located at 1107 S. Columbus Ave., Goldendale, WA 98620. The meeting is open to the public. The role of the Klickitat County Water Resource Inventory Area 30 (WRIA 30) Water Resource Planning and Advisory Committee is to provide the framework for implementing the recommended strategies to achieve the water quantity, water quality, and aquatic habitat objectives identified in the WRIA 30 Watershed Management Plan. It further prioritizes actions presented in the Watershed Management Plan, identifies the entities that have agreed to implement the prioritized actions, and defines schedule milestones based on those priorities as well as possible funding mechanisms. If there are any questions, please contact: John Foltz, Project Coordinator Klickitat County Natural Resources Department (509) 773-2353 (1606, 1707) CITY OF GOLDENDALE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Goldendale Board of Adjustment will conduct a Public Hearing in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 1103 S. Columbus, Goldendale, Washington 98620 at 7:00 PM on Thursday May 3, 2012. THE PURPOSE of said hearing is to hear all interested parties who wish to testify for or against the following proposal: CU 12-01 Applicant: Goldendale Bible Baptist Church. Proposal: To request a Conditional Use to change the Golden Lanes Bowling Alley into the Bible Baptist Church. Said proposal is in the following described property: Lots 1-14, Block 7; Hopkins NESE 20-4-16 Commonly known as 1005 S Columbus Parcel #’s 04162061070100 The Goldendale Board of Adjustment may take action on this matter to approve, deny, approve with conditions, table or continue these issues to a set time and place. Goldendale Board of Adjustment /s/ Darrell Watson, Chairman (1607, 1708) KLICKITAT COUNTY DETERMINATION OF NON-SIGNIFICANCE Notice is hereby given that Klickitat County issued a Determination of Non-significance (DNS) on April 19, 2012, under SEPA Rules (Chapter 197-11 WAC) and the Klickitat County Environmental Ordinance Number 121084 for the following proposal: SEP2012-07: Applicant: Rex & Donna Johnston requesting a short plat (SPL2012-02) to create two residential lots. The proposed site is located within a portion of Section 24, T3N, R10E, W.M., Klickitat County, WA (White Salmon vicinity). After review of the completed environmental checklist and other information on file the Klickitat County Responsible Official has determined that this proposal will not have probable significant adverse impacts on the environment. Copies of the DNS are available at the Klickitat County Planning Department during normal

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N OTICES From Page 10 business hours. Comments or appeals on the above environmental review will be accepted until 5:00 p.m., May 11, 2012 ; appeals must be filed with the Klickitat County Auditor’s office. Appeals shall not be deemed complete without payment of the appeal fees applicable to class A projects, payable to Klickitat County Planning Department. (1709) PUBLIC NOTICE Mid-Columbia Children’s Council 2010-2011 Annual Report MCCC’s 2010-2011 annual report is available to the community upon request. To obtain a copy please contact our administrative office at Mid-Columbia Children’s Council 1100 E. Marina Way, Ste 215 Hood River, OR 97031 541-386-2010 OR on our Website: http://www.mcccheadstart.or g Please provide name and address when requesting a copy. (1710, 1804) STATE OF WASHINGTON Department of Ecology

Yakima, Washington Notice of Application to appropriate public waters Take Notice: That Mercer Canyons, Inc. of Prosser, Washington, on September 22, 1998, under Application No. S432804 applied to appropriate public waters, subject to existing rights, from the Columbia River at the rate of 1.5 cfs, 1071 acre-feet each year, for the purpose of commercial use. That Alderdale Water Association of Prosser, Washington, on November 29, 2000, under Application No. Sr 32936(A) applied to appropriate public waters, subject to existing rights, from the Columbia River at the rate of 9.19 cfs, 3,800 acre-feet each year, for the purpose of commercial use and manufacturing. That the source of the proposed appropriations is located within the NE ¼ NE1/4 of Section 6, Township 4N., R 24 E.W.M., Benton County, Washington. Protests or objections to approval of this application must include a detailed statement of the basis for objections. All letters of protest will become public record. Cash shall not be accepted. Fees must be paid by check or money order and are nonrefundable.

Protests must be accompanied by a $50 recording fee payable to the Department of Ecology, Cashiering Unit, PO Box 47611, Olympia, WA 98504-7611, within 30 days from: May 2, 2012 (1711, 1805) CITY OF GOLDENDALE SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. 1412 On April 16, 2012 the City Council of the City of Goldendale, Washington passed Ordinance No. 1412. A summary of the content of said ordinance provides as follows: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING GOLDENDALE MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION 5.04.550 PERTAINING TO THE APPLICATION AND ISSUANCE OF BUSINESS LICENSES The full text of this ordinance is on file at City Hall and the full text of the ordinance will be mailed up request. Dated: April 16, 2012 Connie Byers, ClerkTreasurer (1712) KLICKITAT COUNTY LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING NOTICE The Klickitat County Land and Natural Resource Advisory Committee will

meet on May 7, 2012 starting at 7:00 P.M. at the Klickitat County Natural Resource Office located at 127 West Court Street, Goldendale, WA. Contact John Foltz (509-773-2353) with questions (1713, 1806) CALL FOR BIDS CITY OF GOLDENDALE EAST COLLINS DRIVE IMPROVEMENTS ENGINEERS ESTIMATE $390,000 - $400,000 Sealed Proposals will be received by the undersigned at the City of Goldendale, 1103 South Columbus Avenue, Goldendale, Washington 98620, up to 2:00 p.m.; local time on Tuesday, May 15, 2012 for furnishing the necessary labor, materials, equipment, tools, and guarantees thereof to construct E Collins Drive Improvements. Reconstruct approximately 1,200 linear feet of East Collins Drive including: excavation, grading, subgrade preparation, installing crushed surfacing aggregate courses, HMA pavement, ADA curb ramps, catch basins, sections of curb and gutter, sidewalk, traffic control, and all other work appurtenances required to complete the work. The Work shall be physically

complete within 35 working days after the commencement date stated in the Notice to Proceed. All bidding and construction is to be performed in compliance with the Contract Provisions and Contract Plans for this project and any addenda issued thereto that are on file at the office of the City Clerk, City Hall of Goldendale, Washington. The Proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud shortly after the time and date stated above. Proposals are to be submitted only on the form provided with the Contract Provisions. All Proposals must be accompanied by a certified check, cashiers check, money order, or bid bond payable to the “City of Goldendale” and in an amount of not less than five percent (5%) of the total amount bid. Contract Provisions and Contract Plans may be examined at the office of the City of Goldendale, local plan centers in the project area, or the office of the Project Engineer, Gray & Osborne, Inc. Licensed Contractors and Material Suppliers may obtain a copy of the Contract Provisions and Contract Plans, free of charge, in electronic format (PDF on compact disk(s))

along with registration as a planholder only at the Yakima office of the Project Engineer, Gray & Osborne, Inc., 107 South Third Street, Yakima, WA 98901, (509) 453-4833. Request for Contract Provisions and Plans may be faxed (509) 4535953 or emailed ( Request must include company name, physical address, phone and fax numbers, and email address. Registration as a planholder is required to obtain Contract Addenda. Contract questions shall be directed only to the office of the Project Engineer. Financing of the Project has been provided by The City of Goldendale, Washington and Washington State Transportation Improvement Board. The City of Goldendale expressly reserves the right to reject any or all Proposals and to waive minor irregularities or informalities and to Award the Project to the lowest responsive, responsible bidder as it best serves the interests of the City. Connie byers CITY CLERK (1714, 1808)

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AL-ANON Meeting 6:30 pm, Thursdays Goldendale Methodist Church Questions? Call Rosie, 773-6420 or Greta, 773-3343.

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Mid Columbia Mtg. Info www.:// ALCOHOLICS Anon. Goldendale meetings at the United Methodist Church; Mon., 8 p.m.; Wed., 8 p.m.; Fri., 8 p.m., 109 E. Broadway. 1-800-344-2666.

DO YOU HAVE HURTS, habits, hang-ups? Attend Celebrate Recovery a faithbased 12 step program, every Tuesday night at Hood River Alliance Church at 2650 W. Montello (off Rand Rd). Dinner provided at 6:15 pm and large group meeting at 7:00 pm. Childcare is provided. For more info. call 541-308-5339

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THE ART OF MARRIAGE No paintbrush needed. No artistic talent, either, just a willingness to show up with your spouse once a week for six weeks to view a video and have some discussion.

THURSDAY NIGHTS From May 3rd to June 7th 6:30 to 8:00 pm WHITE SALMON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Corner of NE Washington and N Main, across from Whitson Elementary School $10 REGISTRATION FEE Call the church office Tuesdays, Thursdays or Fridays to register.

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Preschool/Daycare Facilities .........................35 Child Care Providers .....37 Schools Training ............40 Family Alzheimer's/Dementia Tutoring ..........................45 Instruction ......................50 Support Group Family members and Training & Opportunity...51 Health & Fitness ............55 friends caring for individuals with Alzheimer's disBUSINESS/ ease or a related dementia are invited to participate in FINANCIAL our Dementia Support Group. Come and gain Business Opportunities .60 support and insight from Investments & Loans .....65 others who are going thru Insurance .......................70 or have gone thru this jour- Mortgages & Contracts..72 ney. Join us monthly in a caring environment to dis60 Business cuss your challenges and Opportunities questions. Meeting held the third Wednesday, every SMOKIN' Js BARBECUE month, at 3:00 pm at FlagFOOD CART Stone Senior Living at 3325 Completely licensed, locaColumbia View Drive. For tion available at Windance. more information about our Ready to open now. Congroup, contact Karen De- tact Kristi at 503-939-5890 swert at 541-298-5656. All Welcome!


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509-395-2266 Tygh Valley, Resident at 332 S. Davis Rd. Tygh Valley OR 97063 Notification of abandonment Property will be cleared after April 30, 2012

20 Personals SEEKING FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF MAUREEN HOLBERT (HULBERT). Born approx. 1920. Any info is appreciated. Please email Leslie Williamson,

GOLDENDALE Pregnancy Resource Center 509-773-5501 Pregnancy Counseling and services, free pregnancy self-tests. GRIEF and Loss Group meets monthly at Klickitat Valley Hospital. Come and learn ways to heal and help others heal from loss. Sponsored by Klickitat Valley Hospice. Call 773-0380 for further information. NA Meetings every Wednesday, 6:30-7:30 at the Casa Guadalupe House, 1603 Belmont, Hood River, OR. NA MEETINGS Goldendale Father's House Fellowship 207 S. Klickitat Monday: 12-1 p.m. Wednesday: 12-1 p.m. Friday: 12-1 p.m. Open to non-addicts. For more info, call Kathy S.@ 360-8508832 or Matt S. @ 360-850-8840. PARKINSON'S SUPPORT GROUP: First Wednesday of every month at 2 p.m. Water's Edge, 551 Lone Pine Blvd, 2nd floor For information, please contact Chad at 541.478.9338.

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T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly). Tuesdays 9 a.m. at Riverview Comm. Bank. 773-4766.

AA Woman's meeting, 7 pm every Tuesday at Solid Rock Church, 2308 E 12th, The Dalles.

T.O.P.S. (Take off Pounds Sensibly), Thursdays, 6 p.m. at Riverview Comm. Bank, 773-5411.

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City of The Dalles, Oregon Salary: $15 per hour Open until filled. Initial review of applications: May 4, 2012 The City of The Dalles is currently recruiting for an Administrative Intern for 2012. This position is for up to 40 hours per week for a three to four month period anytime between May - December (inclusive), depending on the availability of the selected student candidate. The position will be assigned to the City Manager's office for special projects and assignments. Candidates should be actively considering or pursuing a career in Local Public Administration. The City desires candidates who are currently enrolled, qualified to enroll or considering enrollment in a Masters of Public Administration program.

Has an immediate opening in the Sales Department selling the #1 vehicles in The Gorge. We need to grow our GM and Subaru sales team. We are looking for an exceptional applicant who wants a new job with terrific earning potential. We rank in the top 1% nationally for Subaru Dealerships and have the Northwest's premiere state-of-the-art Subaru facility! This is an opportunity to work for a company that believes selling should be done with honesty, integrity and no games. Professional sales training will be provided. Qualified applicant should have a professional appearance, valid driver's license, with a good driving record. High energy, positive, outgoing individual with strong communication skills. Former military and individuals with previous auto sales experience are encouraged to apply.

Full job description is available on the City website Applications must be submitted on City of The Dalles application forms along with a resume and a letter that clearly identifies the applicants availability and desired period of employContact John Kristmann ment, to the City of The or Jae Equall at 541Dalles at 313 Court Street, 296-2166. The Dalles, OR 97058. A release and waiver form Certified Water must also be returned with Distribution Operator/ the application. Forms can be located on the city webCCC Specialist: site or City of The Dalles, Oregon by calling the City Clerk at 541-296-5481 Ext 1120. FT; $3258.12 - $4045.99 Emailed application mateplus benefits. rial will be accepted at Performs tasks necessary . EOE to operation and maintenance of Water Distribution Aloha! Division, including installaPVI is looking for go getters tion of pipelines, water serto travel with fun young vices, and other system company! No previous job components; operation of experience required. Must be neat, out going and chemical feeders, pumps 100% free to travel. For job and motors; service and interview please call PVI at preventive maintenance of water system equipment; 855-592-1222 disinfection of reservoirs, ASSISTANT Division Con- repairs, and new constructroller position for Fortune tion. Assumes rotational 500 company. Position assignment of On-Call duty based in Roosevelt, WA. on a 24 hour/day basis. 5+ years accounting expe- Works as a Water Distririence with a BA in ac- bution Operator and Cross counting or related field. Connection Control (CCC) Send resumes with salary Specialist; spending aprequirements to proximately 50% of time northwestjobs@republics annually on each. Manages and implements the City's BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS Cross Connection Control Program including assoOF THE COLUMBIA GORGE ciated computerized data MATCH COORDINATOR management system. Work with volunteers, children and their families to ensure safe, positive mentoring relationships between youth and adult volunteers. Maintain strong relationships with schools and other partner agencies. 20 hrs/wk, $12.50-$14.00/hr DOE, Wasco County. View at

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Require: High School Diploma (or equivalent); Valid Commercial Driver's License (CDL) with "Tanker" endorsement within twelve (12) months of hire; Certification at Oregon Water Distribution Class I within twelve (12) months of hire, and Class II within thirty (30) months; Oregon Cross Connection Specialist and Tester certification within one year. Desired: Additional training and experience in water system operation and developed skills in operation of construction equipment. Ability to safely lift/carry 90 lbs; pass physical exam to wear respirator. Medium to high proficiency in computer use required. Application, waiver, and a full job description can be obtained at or by contacting the City Clerk at 313 Court Street, The Dalles, OR. Close: 5/3/ 2012 EOE Drug Free Workplace

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Director The Director develops, coordinates, and evaluates Advising, Career and student support services, including Promoting Access to Student Success (PASS) and the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) process. The Director supervises advisors who work in these programs and works in a collaborative, team environment and reports directly to the Chief Student Services Officer. Masters degree from an accredited institution in student services administration, instructional administration, education, or counseling required. Minimum of three years of administrative or management experience that includes project planning and management, budgeting, personnel selection, supervision and evaluation, program and curriculum development and assessment; teaching or administrative experience at the post-secondary education level; experience with academic advising, quality teaching, learning, and assessment processes; experience with Career and Technical Education programs at the post-secondary level, Career Pathways, and Perkins legislation; human resource management and fiscal management skills; and experience with building successful partnerships with business, community agencies, K-12 schools, and higher education, and being active in the community required. Full-time exempt position has a starting salary range of $49,549 - $52,567. Application deadline is Friday, May 4th at 5 p.m. or contact Sara Rinearson at 541506-6151 for more info. CLOUD CAP TECHNOLOGY OPPORTUNITIES With a line of products so extensive it touches nearly every aircraft in the sky, Goodrich's global reach is the result of 140 years of continuous innovation. Goodrich's wholly owned subsidiary Cloud Cap Technology is a technology company that provides highly integrated Autopilots, Payloads and Sensors for the unmanned systems market. Current openings: • Customer Support/ Application Engineer: Req #24073 •Director of Engineering: Req #23528 •Electrical Engineers: Req #'s 24157, 24158 •International Sales Director: Req #23998 •RMA Coordinators: Req #'s 24073, 24373 •Software Engineers: Req #'s 24105, 24103 Visit and search by req # or by work location: Cloud Cap Technology Hood River, OR. EOE D/F/M/V

COLUMBIA GORGE STERNWHEELER Now hiring for the following positions: Sous Chef, Lead Chef, Captain, non-licensed Engineers, Customer Service reps. & Service staff. Send resumes to or go to for more info.

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COLUMBIA RIVERKEEPER PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR Conduct outreach on clean water, manage office.

Heavy Equipment Operators Wanted, Crestline Construction Company is searching for Experienced Heavy Equipment Operators. Minimum 5 years experience, Wage-hourlyDOE, Drug-free Workplace, EOE. Please apply in person at 3500 Crates Way - The Dalles.

Director of Fiscal Services, Develops and maintains annual public budgets, contracts, analyzes data and coordinates fiscal year processes. Starts June 1. Open until filled. Salary negotiatiable. 541-506-2240. See posting at EOE EARLY HEAD START HOME VISITOR Join our Team! Mid-Columbia Children's Council is currently recruiting for a FT, Full Year, Early Head Start Home Visitor at the Wahtonka site in The Dalles. $11.30 - $14.15/hr DOQ + benefits. Minimum HS Diploma with ECE coursework preferred. Must have personal means of transportation, valid driver's license & car insurance. Bilingual in English/ Spanish preferred. Visit or call (541) 386-2010 for info about how to apply. Closes: 5/7/2012 EOE EVENING SHIFT SUPERVISORS Papa Murphy's Hood River FT & PT. Looking for energetic, high achieving team leaders. Exper. not necessary but a +. Salary DOE. EOE. Pick up an application at 1765 12th St. Contact Don, 541-386-7131. FED EX ROUTE for sale Rural route for sale. Must have clean driving record. Some driving experience necessary. 541-993-1423

FIFTH GRADE TEACHERS WHITE SALMON VALLEY SCHOOLS Henkle Middle School seeks two (2) F/T fifth grade teachers for a oneyear leave replacement contract in 2012-2013. Must have a valid Washington State teaching certificate with K-8 teaching endorsement, or out-ofstate K-8 certificate transferable to Washington. Must meet Highly Qualified Teacher requirements for 5th grade. This position is open through Friday, May 4, 2012 or until filled. EOE. Applications are available at or at the White Salmon Valley School District office, 171 NW Washington Street, PO Box 157, White Salmon, WA 98672, 509-493-1500. FULL SAIL BREWING COMPANY. Full Sail is Hiring! Experienced Cooks, Servers & Dishwashers in the Pub & a Packaging Specialist in the Brewery. For more information and to apply on line please visit our website. HAIR STYLIST Space for lease. $175. P/T, $350.00 F/T per month. Call 541-908-4646 for interview. HAIRMASTERS in Hood River needs FT and PT stylists. Call Teresa at 541-386-9449

Help Wanted at The Balch Hotel: Housekeeping/Kitchen, Breakfast Cook & Front desk postions available. Email samantha@ for details.

Help Wanted Mid Columbia Community Action a private non-profit is looking for a full time Fiscal Officer/bookkeeper 40 hrs per week to manage the agency's $2.4M annual budget. This person is responsible for all fiscal aspects of the Corporation. Duties include: AP, AR, and payroll for staff of fourteen, cash requests and reporting to the various state, federal and private grants sources. Computer skills a must, heavy experience with Quick Books very helpful, Fund Accounting and knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles desired. Salary range $2,751 to $4,481 per month depending on successful applicant's qualifications. Send Resume or pick up application at MCCAC, 312 E 4th St./PO Box 1969, The Dalles, OR 97058 or 205 #4 Oak St., Hood River, OR. MCCAC is an EOE. Closing date April 27, 2012 by 5PM. HOUSEKEEPER WANTED 2 days/wk, salary dependent on exper. Individual only. Reliable, local refs. Mt. Hood. 541-490-7970 I.T. TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR M-F, 25 hrs./wk., $13-$15/hr. DOE. View at

Janitorial The City of Rufus is looking for someone to clean offices at City Hall and the Rufus Community Center. This job would include basic janitorial services. If interested please contact the City Recorder at 541739-2321 or email JANITORIAL POSITION Approx. 17 evening hours per week, must pass background check, be reliable, and have transportation. 541-386-5773.

Lawn Maintenance The City of Rufus is looking for someone to do lawn maintenance at the Rufus Community Center. This job would include mowing, trimming, weeding and maintenance of grounds. If interested please contact the City Recorder at 541739-2321 or email LINE COOKSPT Prep/ dishwasher. Everybody's Brewing hiring reliable, hardworking individuals. Apply in person Tues-Fri., 2-4pm

LOOKING for responsible individual for kennel sitting position. Weekends are reHead Coach - The Dalles Swim quired, including overnight Team, Needs motivated indi- stays. Includes cleaning vidual 18 or older, ability to runs, caring for dogs, anteach stroke technique to all swering the phone and levels. Able to obtain certs, working with dog-owners. pass screenings. Salary DOE, Must have drivers license June-August, mornings plus and own transportation. w e e k e n d s . Serious inquiries only. Apw w w . t d s w i m t e a m . o r g , ply in person. Dinah's Dog House, The Dalles, OR.

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LUBE DRIVER/MECHANIC, Crestline Construction needs a Fuel/Oil Lube Driver/Mechanic. Must have CDL with HAZMAT, safe driving record, min. 3 yrs exp. Salary DOE, EOE, Application available at 3500 Crates Way, The Dalles or www.crestlineconstruction .com


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MAINTENANCE DIRECTOR Hood River Care Center, part of the Prestige Care family is currently looking for an exp. Maintenance Director to be responsible for the maintenance of the building, resident rooms, equipment & grounds. Ideal candidate must have Vocational or Trade School degree in general maintenance or three years of experience in carpentry, electrical or painting work. Experience with budgets is helpful. We offer competitive salary, benefits, including medical, dental and 401K. To apply please visit our website: EEO/AA

CenterPointe Community Bank is seeking a Senior Lender in the Hood River area. Position is responsible for developing bank lending services for commercial customers in compliance with the Bank's lending policies and procedures. Proficient communications and computer skills are required. Typically this position requires 7 years commercial and agricultural lending experience, strong credit and analytical skills, and knowledge of all banking services. Portfolio size is typically $25 $30 million. Applicants to send cover letter with current salary and salary requirements along with a resume to hr@centerpointebank. com. CenterPointe is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Spookys *Full & Part time positions. Apply in person between 2:00 & 4:30, Tuesday - Saturday. Ask for a manger.

THE FRUIT COMPANY is hiring for seasonal posi360-816-8291 tions at its Hood River headquarters. During our Mother's Day season, we MARKETING AND operate in a very fastDEVELOPMENT paced environment building CCORDINATOR gifts for delivery around the Help sustain clean water country. Positions will start and healthy communities. April 16th continuing through May 16th; pay is to apply $9 per hour or higher DOE. Interested candidates MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR should email resumes to Maintains membership resume@thefruitcompany records,monthly reports, .com noting the position apsends e-blasts, assists with plied for. social media. Manages membership events. HanCustomer Service Representatives: dles annual renewal billAnswer inbound customer ings, maintains website. calls for orders, address Please send cover letter along with resume: customer questions, and recommend gifts. Requires strong communication and computer skills. Previous NATURAL experience with customer RESOURCE service significant plus.

WORKERS & AIDES Skamania County Noxious Weed Program is seeking applicants for Natural Resource Workers (Range 12) and Natural Resource Aides (Range 7). Successful applicants will work as part of a team to control noxious weeds throughout Skamania County.

Retail Sales: Sell fruit and gourmet items in our company marketplace, stock shelves, recommend products, etc. Requires strong organization and communication skills. Previous retail experience a plus. Will include Saturday shifts.

Return cover letter, resume Fruit Co. logo and county job application form to Skamania County Noxious Weed Program, PO 77 Help Wanted Box 790, Stevenson, WA 98648 by 5:30 pm April 30th. Medical Applications and full job description may be obtained at http://www.skamaniacounty.o CBCF rg/skamania-county-jobs or COLUMBIA BASIN arrange pickup by calling 509CARE FACILITY 427-3941. Our Mission is to Improve the Lives of Skamania County is an Those We Serve Equal Opportunity EmCommunity-owned ployer and does not disNot-for-Profit, criminate on the basis of Skilled Nursing Facility. race, religion, color, sex, Position available: age, national orogin, or disability. COOK/DIETARY

Recorder/Finance Clerk for Mosier Fire District. P/T Duties include clerical and financial services. Special District records management knowledge, budget officer with fund accounting knowledge, work closely with Fire Board and Chief. Must be proficient with; computers, MS Excel, QuickBooks, bookkeeping, and communicate effectively. Please send resume and cover letter to P.O. Box 689 Mosier, OR 97040, for copy of job des c r i p t i o n : or use the web site Close: 5/15/12. EOE. RELIABLE CAREGIVERS to assist adults w/developmental disabilities. Training provided. Growth opportunity. 503-594-1250 x13

AIDE Experience preferred but we will train. Hours days variable - fastpaced - team player & quick learner. Complete application at 1015 Webber St., The Dalles, RO 97058 EOE CNA CLASS Hood River Care Center will begin CNA classes on 06/01/12. Applicants must pass a drug screen and criminal background check, Must work for Hood River Care Center when finished. Apply at by April 30, 2012. EEO/AA CNA WANTED PT to be on call/fill in for current employees needing time off. $14/hr. 541-4783344 for details.

Dental Assist/Office Assist, needed May-Aug on Thur RENEW CONSULTING INC. & Fri. Dental knowledge reRenew is hiring caring peo- quired. Fax:541-296-0600/ ple to work with individuals PO Box 1147 The Dalles. with disabilities.$9.50hr DIRECTOR OF Free training offered. NURSING Hood River Care Center, SAIL MAKER, experienced part of the Prestige Care Inc. family, Wenatchee, WA Full Time Permanent Wage DOE is currently looking for a dedicated and compasNorth Wing Design 509-886sionate Director of Nursing 4605 in Hood River, Oregon. This is a perfect position for SAWFILER a creative nurse with a flair Mt. Hood Forest Products, located in Hood River, OR. for management, organJob opening for a day shift ization, teaching, and comsawfiler, capable of bench- munication. DNS is responsible for managing the man or fitter, competitive operation of the nursing dewage & benefit pkg, EOE. partment. Problem solving, Send resume to Mt. Hood systems analysis, and Forest Products, PO Box planning for improvement 600, Carson WA. 98610 are critical success factors. Ideal candidate will be liSEASONAL censed as a RN and prefLABORERS erably two years exp as a Hood River County DNS in a skilled facility. is accepting applications for seasonal laborer posi- We offer competitive salations in Public Works road ry, benefits, including medcrew and parks/buildings. ical, dental and 401K. To $11.24/hr. Must be 18 apply please visit our webyears and possess valid site: driver's license. Applicants must complete HRC appliEEO/AA cation. Obtain job packet and return to HRC Administration, 601 State St., Prestige Care Logo Hood River, OR. by 4:00 p.m. May 9, 2011. Hood River County is an E.O.E.

Community Counseling Solutions, a community mental health program that provides comprehensive services in Eastern Oregon, has a position opening for Clinical Director. This position will be based in Boardman Oregon, and will oversee clinical services in Morrow, Wheeler and Gilliam Counties. Clinical services include, but are not limited to: outpatient adult and children's mental health treatment, outpatient adolescent and adult addictions treatment, gambling treatment, quality assurance, contracted providers and peer delivered services. This position may from time to time carry a small caseload. A strong background in outpatient mental health and addictions treatment is required for this position. As such, knowledge of various evidence based practices is essential. Individual will need to work positively and effectively with a wide variety of community partners. Individual will need to work to diversify the service array for the residents of Morrow, Wheeler and Gilliam Counties. Some duties include: supervision, report preparation, utilization review, preauthorization, scheduling, hiring, termination, individual/group/ family counseling, adherence to administrative rules and contractual obligations, and work with various advisory boards. This demanding position requires that the individual be able to multi-task and follow through thoroughly. Strong and effective communication is a must. This individual will need to be able to carry out the mission, philosophy and quality services that CCS delivers, as well as adhere to a high standard of professionalism and ethical behavior. The qualified candidate needs to be able to work independently with minimal supervision and will be required to participate in the supervisor on call schedule for crisis services. This salaried position is overseen by the Executive Director of Community Counseling Solutions. The salary range for this position is $48,000 - $76,000, based upon the individual's education and experience. Minimum requirements for this position include five years experience in the delivery of clinical services, three years of which are in supervisory capacity, or an equivalent combination. Licensed applicants (PhD, LCSW, LPC or LMFT) preferred. Selected applicant must be able to start no later than June 30, 2012. For additional information please contact Kimberly Lindsay by email, at Phone: 541-676-9161. For more information visit www.communitycounselin HOME CARE AIDE The premier home care agency in the Columbia Gorge is seeking individuals with hearts of gold to provide caring assistance to seniors in our communities. Applicants must be warm, honest, energetic and enjoy helping the elderly. No professional experience required, we provide training. Please call 800-604-9564 for more information. Hearts of Gold Caregivers

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• Physicians • Nursing • Clinical Staff • Support Staff To view all current career opportunities and to apply online go to MEDICAL ASSISTANT needed, for growing family health clinic. Bilingual Eng/ Span preferred. Visit for details. MEDICAL BILLING AND RECEPTIONIST PT/FT needed in outpatient Physical Therapy clinic. Experience, positive attitude, and health conscious attributes necessary. Contact Bret at 541-806-6666 or drop resume to 2002 12th St., Hood River.

Mental Health Specialist III Community Counseling Solutions has a position open for a Mental Health Specialist III to work with a residential population at Columbia River Ranch in Boardman Oregon. Qualified applicant must have a Master's degree in psychology, social work, or other human service related field. Individual will provide therapy, assessment, case management, and other related services to individuals with mental health and alcohol/drug concerns. Individual must have excellent computer skills and be able to assist the Director in meeting the needs of the community. Position works 40 hrs/wk. Wages dependent upon education, licensure, and experience $38512-57768/year, excellent benefits. For an application, please contact Casey Harms at 541-4812911 or download one from www.communitycounselin Position open until filled.

RN or LPN Oregon Veterans' Home has a full time Night Shift Charge Nurse Position available. Nights, 12 hour shifts. Must be currently licensed in Oregon. Previous long term care experience preferred. You may obtain an application at the Oregon Veterans Home, 700 Veterans Drive, The Dalles, OR 97058, Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4:30 pm, fax your resume' to 541296-7862, or call Debbie at 541-296-7190 ext 241 for more information.

SURGERY RN Skyline Hospital seeks experienced, P/T RN to circulate for OR Department. Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing, have or be able to obtain a Washington State RN license. Current ACLS, PALS, NRP. Scrub skills a plus. Competitive wage and benefit package. Submit your resume to: PO Box 99, White Salmon, WA 98672, PHONE: 509-637-2923, FAX: 509-493-5114 or visit us on our website at

78 Help Wanted Office Admin. Tech 3: General office duties. Proficient with MS office 2010, Asset Suite, SharePoint, GovTrip. Must have valid driver license; 3 years experience. Email MSWord resume ASAP to: gjaskowiak MEMBERSHIP ASSISTANT 30 hours/week. Maintains membership records, assists at events. Send resume to PART TIME CLERICAL, Need phone skills, computer experience, detailed. Local Science/Chemistry enterprise.

79 Help Wanted Sales/Service Apple & PC sales/service consultant, Solutions Hood River is looking for: 2 sales & 1 Service full/part time employee. Required Skills: High school degree, GPA 3.0 or higher, sales/service exp. To apply, email resume to apinchuk

CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE We're a community-based full-service bank seeking a professional, enthusiastic individual to provide quality customer service, process teller transactions, and cross-sell products in our White Salmon Branch. Requires minimum 1-year customer service, cash handling and math skills. Banking background with strong balancing record preferred. F/T position with competitive pay and generous benefits package, including medical/dental, 401(k) and Employee Stock Ownership Program. You can apply for the position via the web at https:// RIV1004/JobBoard or go to > About Riverview > Careers > Job Opportunities. EOE

80 Positions Wanted

The Dalles OAKWOOD ESTATES Neighborhood Yard Sale: Fri. & Sat. April 27 & 28, 8a-4p. 750 Division St. Some black powder accessories, Books, Puzzles, Games, CDs, lots of misc. items, Toys, & clothes.

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LYLE THRIFT STORE OPEN: 12 to 4 DAILY CLOSED SUNDAY 525 Washington Street Lyle, Washington


LOOKING for housecleaning jobs in Goldendale. Call 773-0456. Child Care Wanted ........95 Diaper Services ...........100 Adult & Elderly Care ....105

140 Antiques & Collectibles

105 Adult & Elderly Care

FOR SALE: Very large WWII 15mm Wargame miniatures collection. Western front American, British, & German figures based for battlefront Wargame rules. 550 nicely painted figures + over 100 vehicles and guns. Rulebook + some battlefield accessories also included. Prefer to sale entire collection as one large set, but may sell in parts. SERIOUS OFFERS ONLY. For prices & more info call Ken at 541-296-3479

Has an opening for one resident at The Dalles location. Half off first month rate! Call today for a tour and ask for Ron! 541-993-2910

Travel & Transportation Car Pools .....................110 Tickets .........................115 Travel ...........................120 Free-To-All ...................122

WE WILL BUY, SELL, OR TRADE your collectibles. Single items to whole estates. Call Christina @ 541-386-5649.

150 Apparel/ Jewelry

MARKETPLACE Auctions .......................125 Hood River...................126 The Dalles ...................127 White Salmon/Bingen ..128 Odell ............................129 Garage/Yard Sales.......130 Other Oregon Cities ....131 Parkdale/Mt. Hood .......132 Cook/Underwood .........133 Other Washington Cities 134 Estate Sales ................135 Camas .........................136 Washougal...................137 Vancouver....................138 Bazaars/Flea Markets..139 Antiques & Collectibles140 Antiques/Collectibles Wanted 142 Apparel/Jewelry ...........150 Furniture ......................155 Appliances ...................160 Home Electronics ........165 Carpeting .....................166 Wireless Communication 167 Computers ...................170 Satellites ......................175 Cameras & Photo Supplies 180 Cleaning ......................182 Firewood & Stoves.......185 Hot Tubs, Spas, Swimming Pool 190 Sporting Goods ...........195 Exercise Equipment.....200 Sailboard & Accessories 205 Arts & Leisure..............210 Musical Instruments.....215 Lawn, Garden, Equipment 220 Building Materials ........225 Timber Buy/Sell ...........226 Hand & Power Tools ....230 Misc. Equipment ..........235 Health Care Equipment 236 Arts, Crafts, & Hobbies240 Baby Items...................250 Hair Care & Beauty Aids 255 Books...........................260 Office Equipment .........265 Restaurant Equipment.270 Misc. for Sale ...............275 Misc. Wanted ...............280 Free/Give Away............282 Swaps & Trades...........285

125 Auctions SURPLUS AUCTION The City of Goldendale, Washington is holding a surplus auction at 1103 S. Columbus Avenue on Saturday, May 5, 2012. The auction begins at noon. Preview of the items starts at 10:00 a.m. For more information, visit http:// or call Bert Oswalt, Public Works Maintenance Supervisor, at 509-7733771.



is THE place to Shop for ALPACA!

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ALPACA is: a Luxurious Natural Fiber Soft as Cashmere Warmer, Lighter and stronger than Wool Hypo-Allergenic (NO Lanolin!) Over 22 Natural Colors Comfortable both Summer and Winter

We invite YOU to Come Experience ALPACA

Now at New Location! 1800 W. 10th St. Come see us! Like-New Twin Mattresses starting at $40!!! Gorge Bedquarters The Dalles, OR 541-296-4341 **A Percentage of our Monthly profit goes to St. Vincent de Paul's HOPE emergency shelter in The Dalles.

160 Appliances WASHERS & DRYERS, Refrigerators & Ranges, For sale, All brands, Prices vary from $125 & up. Will do service calls. Call for more information. 541-296-8970

185 Firewood & Stoves

280 Misc. Wanted WANTED: Mobile home steps, wood or metal. 509773-4627. WANTED: Used lawn mowers & rototillers, running or not; for free or cheap! Call 541-980-7760.

WE BUY SCRAP GOLD 10K to 18K Dental Gold-Platinum

Artisan's Jewelry and Gallery 137 East Jewett White Salmon

509-493-1333 282 Free/Give Away

50 INCH projection TV, FIREWOOD. You haul. Phillips & 3 disc JVC DVD Oak and Pine. $100/cord. player (no remote). Both work. Free! 541-296-6223 509-773-6022. RANDOM Length Cherry CANOPY, Raider brand, wood, $25/pick-up load. black, broken by ice, fixable, fits 60"x77" truck bed, You haul. 541-296-3400. key & lock, 4 clamps, FREE. 541-806-3048

195 Sporting Goods

CERAKOTE, oven cured ceramic firearm coating. Hunting rifles & handguns, $150. AR type rifles, $200. Other options & prices Available. Call Jeremy. 541-806-3337 ELAN Phase Snowboard, 161, w/ bindings & carrying bag, $150 FIRM. Call or text 541490-6947, TD.

286 $500 or Less (4) 205-65R15, All good rubber, $150, 541-9807331 (4) TIRES, 215/65R16, 85% Tread, $150 OBO. 541-296-5607 1 GROW Bulb, 1 Budding bulb, 1 Econo wing reflector, Budget grow II remote ballast, 1000 Watt, O2 tank, $150. 541-965-2476

3/4 FORM plywood, Good for foundations, All accessories, $500. 541-544MARTIN Leopard com- 3334 pound bow and case, All 4 CHROME, 18 inch, 6 new. Bow is 45-60# draw hole rims for sale. Fits a w/ 80% letoff. There are exToyota or 1/2 ton Chevy tras. $400 FIRM. 541-506truck. $325 OBO. Call 5410016, after 6pm. 340-0874

MOUNTAIN SHADOWS GUNS & MORE We Buy, Sell & Trade Guns, Militaria. Top Dollar Paid. Gun Repair & Cleaning Available in Store. Located 1115 Hull Street, Hood River, Oregon. Call 541-490-4483. RECUMBANT TRIKE bicycle, cruiser model. Fenders, computer, safety lights, $1250. 541-4902132

215 Musical Instruments Modulus Flea Bass, 2003 model, 5 String bass guitar. Light blue specked flake body, Pearl pick guard. Rarely used, Graphite Neck, Active pickups, never gigged, used for light casual play. Bought NEW $2500. Asking $1500 OBO. Included Modulus Hardshell case. This is a must have for the serious bass player; amazing tone and excellent sound. Call or text for any further questions or photos. 541-4906947

220 Lawn, Garden, & Equipment

4 STUDDED snow tires on wheels, 215-75-14, $150 OBO. 509-365-2755 40-7' 3"-4" round, used pressure treated posts. $3.50/each. 1 or all. 509-773-5265. 91 FORD Taurus motor & tranny, 3.8, $500 for both. Ran good when pulled. 541-965-0069 93 DODGE Grand caravan 3.3 AWD tranny w/ overdrive. All complete. $450. 541-399-3913 BABY carrier/car seat, infant bouncy/vibrating seat, and stroller in two-tone blues. All in great shape, $100 for all. 541-387-4752. BABY SWING, pink. Plays lullabies as baby swings, $30. Call/text, 541-3801627 BED, twin size w/mattress, boxsprings & frame. Clean & from a smoke-free home, $50. 509-637-4085 BICYCLE. Nice 10-spd. $35. 509-773-6022. BLACK Futon couch, good condition, $75. 541-980-9799. CANOE, 17 ft., aluminum, 5 paddles, 650lb capacity, excellent condition, $275, Don 541-386-3025.

CANOPY, 60's vintage, 8' Alpine, removal rear man FOR SALE: Lawn Mowers door, good shape, $100 & Rototillers. Push and rid- obo. 541-374-8305. ing. I also repair them. Call CARPORT, Costco canopy 541-980-7760 for info. type, large tent like, never $125 OBO, 503-956275 Misc. for Sale used, 1594. BARRELS, burn and storage, 55-gallon, with lids, $20. Call 503-303-5159 (home) or 503-453-7109 (cell); ask for Ray. FOR SALE: Washer and Dryer $75; Electric range $50; Full size bed $50; 232in TVs $50 ea; 2 microwave ovens $20 ea; Large Oak Desk $100; Pair of 17" studded tires on wheels $100; 17" tire chains $25. 509-773-4700

280 Misc. Wanted COLLECTOR paying high prices for Native American artifacts, beadwork and baskets. 503-768-9633 or 503-319-3054

CHAIR, overstuffed and comfy, good condition, dusty rose color, $40. 949-351-2798 CHICKEN coop, 4'x8', portable. water and food feeders, will deliver, $120. 509493-2088. CHINA hutch, solid wood construction, 70-80s vintage, approximately 6'x5', glass doors on hutch, 2 drawers and 2 cupboards on bottom, U-HAUL, $100 OBO. 541-806-2060 OR 509-493-2118. COFFEE TABLE, 3.5' glass with black metal accent. Excellent condition, $30. 541-386-6697

Computer Emachines 2.93Mhz, 1 GB RAM, Free console television, 80GB HD, DVD/RW w/ 15" great for video games. 541- Flat Screen Monitor, XP 993-0052 SP3, $75, 541-296-4305

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ALL GORGE CLASSIFIEDS ALPACA ANNEX OPEN Wednesday - Sunday 10 to 4 --ALSO-By Appointment Just Call or Email 80 Mt. Adams Road Trout Lake, WA


Hood River HRVCC THRIFT SHOP Every Wed, 9:00-3:00 Every Sat, 9:00-1:00 Come see us! Bags of Clothes, $5. New books, $3 a bag. Hardbacks, $.50. Paperbacks, $.25 DONATIONS WELCOME! 975 Indian Creek Rd., HR

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CLASSIFIEDS 286 $500 or Less

286 $500 or Less

COMPUTER desk. Dania. FULL bed by SELECT Oak, excellent condition, Comfort. Mattress, Foun$70. 541-490-2132 dation & frame for $300. Will deliver to TD. 541-328COMPUTER, Desktop PC, 6399 HP 1GB Ram, 80GB HD, XP-Pro $100. runs perfect, GARMIN GPS. Garmin 541-296-3440 Etrex Vista. Like new with COMPUTER. 3 core, Fast, owners manual, computer Windows 7, 8GB memory, cord & original packaging. 500GB HD, Office soft- $70. 541-400-8184. ware, warranty. $500. 509-773-1967. CONTRACTOR canopy, Gem Top for Ford F-250. Steel covering w/ ladder rack, Dbl. door w/ lock, $500. 541-544-2628 CRAFTSMAN riding lawn mower, LT 1000, 42" Cut, 17 HP. $500. 541-9807760 DANNER caulk boots, size 9, new caulks, $150. 541352-7640 ELAN Phase Snowboard, 161, w/ bindings & carrying bag, $150 FIRM. Call or text 541-490-6947, TD. Firepit, tile, round, has top grate and all pieces. $25. call 541-561-3234 FOR SALE: Used, heavy duty Tri-fold Power Chair ramp. Only slightly used. $275. 509-773-5362.

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286 $500 or Less

286 $500 or Less

286 $500 or Less

286 $500 or Less

HUBCAPS, wheels & lugs, (4) 5-4.5, 16x7 steel wheels, $125. 541-3868789

MOTOR for 1996 Acura Integra, 4 cyl. not V-Tech, 139K miles, AT, $450. 541380-1166

Pellet Stove - Austroflamm Integra, new circuit board, & various pieces of chimney pipe. $500. (509) 4934801

TRAILER AXELS (2), 8feet wide, 1 with breaks and 1 without. 4500 lbs each. $200 OBO. 541-4008431

INNOTEK Ultra Smart Contain n'Train inground pet fencing & remote training new.$200. 541-561-3234(#IUC-5100)

MOTORCYCLE BOOTS, Fly brand, mens size 8, SERGER, Singer, table top paid over $100 new, $30. style, 4 spool, very good 541-399-2107 condition, $200. 509-493NEBULIZER, New $140, 1924. IRIS bulbs, 100 for $100, Selling for $95. 541-298SNOW TIRES, set of (4) GARRETT Metal Detector, 541-921-5411. 1509 14" mounted 195-70R14, Grand Master Hunter CXIII JOHN Deere Hay Rake. NICE medium sized enter- low mileage, wheels: 5x4.5, Regular & under water. Hydraulic lift. $500. tainment stand, like oak fin- fits Camry & others, $350. $400. 509-250-3191. 541-980-0982. ish, $75. 541-296-4416. 541-490-3237 GOLD mining equipment, STRAWBERRY plants, High banker, $500. 541- June bearing, 10 for $5, Nine blueberry bushes. 5 SNOW tires (4), studded, years old. $48 for all. 993-0617 541-806-5309. on older Subaru wheels, 509-773-5929. 185/70R/13 with at least GRACO Travel Lite Cabo KENMORE dishwasher on crib/small play yard, Light wheels, Quiet Guard, Nintendo DS + Extras & 50% tread, $100, 541-3527Games. $125. Text 541- 7386 before 8:00 pm. blue & tan, Like new, $75 butcher block top, 980-4513 for more info OBO. Call or text 541-490- excellent cond. $250. SPECIALIZED Fat Boy, 509-901-2392 Rufus. 6947. OLDER violin, Good cond., kids BMX with 12" wheels. $350. 626-675-4519, GoldKENMORE dryer, white, Well maintained, rides GULBRANSEN electric orsmooth, a little faded, $35, gan, $300. Nice condition, excellent condition, $150. endale. Can deliver to TD. 509-427-8552 541-308-6403 OVER 90 opera & classical 509-493-2717. HAKKAPELITTA M & S KINGSFORD large kettle CD's & cassette's, $200 for STEREO with 5 speakers, studded snow tires, 205/ BBQ, Cart style w/ wheels. all. 541-340-9462 24 CD player/AM-FM/cas60R15-91T. Great cond., One big shelf w/ 1 small PARAKEET, approx 10 yr sett, $75. 541-980-4154. Used 1 winter, $400. Kerry one. Briquette use, $45. old (middle age) w/cage, 541-296-4327 SUBWOOFER. Powered, 541-980-6617 food, and accessories. 2 new surround speakers, HITCH. Round bar weight LADDERS, (2) 12 foot Moving forces sale. $10, 1 new center speaker, with distribution hitch with sway wooden orchard ladders, Hood River 541-386-3314. AIWA stereo, All for $60. control and adjustable excellent condition, $75. PELLET stove pellets, pre- 541-387-4996. head, $350. 541-354-1584 541-352-4250. mium. $4/bag, approx. 14 HORSE/PONY cart, green Lortontone Gem Sparkle bags. 509-773-4627. Cash TABLE, Round glass top, Rock Tumbler Model 3A- only. 48 Inch on wicker pedestal metal, leather seat, 26" NR. Never used, still in box base, $50. 541-296-1033 tires, like new. New $1195, with instructions. Only $95. asking $500 OBO, 4-H disTIRES & WHEELS, off 541-993-8699 count, 541-308-3394. Jeep Wrangler. Safari MSR MEDELA double breast HOUSE PLANTS pump, Older model, Exc. LT235/75R15 tires on (Umbrella Trees) in pots. working condition, Needs 5 hole aluminum Jeep $15/for all three. Call 541- new tubing and shields, wheels, $300. 541-490296-6739 after 4pm. 4391 $100 OBO. 541-490-6947




USED lift chair, medium blue, $100. 541-993-8002. Vintage Power Tools Collection-$95 for all. (541) 993-2393 WATER heater. Aqua Star, model 38BNG, natural gas instant water heater. $150, 541-386-2951 WATER PUMP for pools, spas and ponds with waterfalls, delivers 40 gallons per min. $75, 541-3749391. WATERBED, king size with headboard, frame and mattress; everything you need. $250 obo. 541-386-4847. WESTERN saddle, Simco, new, includes saddle blanket and stand, $250. 509493-3510. WROUGHT Iron Baker's Rack. Beautiful for display purposes or for everyday use. $85. 541-300-0683. XBOX 360, 4 gig, like new, comes with Modern Warfare 3 & Skateboarding, everything included, $150. 541-399-3915 Yakima car top bike rack for sale. $50. 541-9802585

$500 OR LESS GUIDELINES • Private Party Only • No Food or Produce • No Fuel or Firewood • No Hay or Straw • No Livestock or Poultry or Horses • No Garage or Yard Sales • No Automobiles

• Pets – Pet ads will no longer be accepted in the $500 or Less category. Free Pets – Run one week free in the Pets Category. Can renew each week. Individual Pets offered at $500 or less – Will be included in the PETS category at the $5 per week rate. Litters or more expensive pets – Run in the PETS category at the Marketplace Rate of $20 for 4 weeks.


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295 Pets & Supplies

330 Business Rentals

355 Duplexes, Four-Plexes/OR

Livestock & Supplies ...290 Pets & Supplies ...........295 Pasture Rentals ...........300 Stables & Kennels .......305 Hay, Feed, & Produce..310 Lawn & Garden Equip. 311 Food, Meat, & Produce315 Plants & Nursery Stock 320 Farm & Orchard Equipment ...................325

DACHSHUNDS miniature wired hair, born 2-14-12, 3 males, 1 female. 1st shots. $250. Very, very cute. 541-993-5691.

PUBLISHER'S NOTICE All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination." Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at 1800-669-9777. The toll-free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800927-9275.

The Dalles, 3B/1B Duplex. W/S/G Included. 812 E 14th. New carpet. $720/ month. Deposit $720. Call 541-399-4573.

290 Livestock & Supplies (3) SUFFOLK lambs. $250 ea. 541-980-7411.


2-HORSE TRAILER Older model, tandem axle with one braking axle, all lights work, pait fair, selling as is $650.

509-493-3965 Advanced Hoofcare and Horseshoeing Three Decades of Quality Service. Journeyman farrier. Will Travel. Call or text Sam @ 509-310-9073 or 509-250-3425

JUSTIN HILL HORSESHOEING 509-261-1508. NEED help loading your horse in a trailer? Want help with ground work? Call Heidi 509-261-2730. Pair of Geldings, $500. 971-235-5878. TOP QUALITY LIMOUSIN BULLS Available now. Black or Red. Wilde Ranches 541-454-2995 leave message.

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MAYA is a 7 month old French Mastiff mix, weighs 50 lbs and is sweet as can be. Very active and playful girl and just as loveable and attentive. Adopt A Dog 541-354-1083. REG. AUSTRALIAN Shepherd, 5 mo. old, black bicolored male. Knows basic commands, house broken, learning to walk with leash. Smart,loving and gentle. $250. 503-348-4032 or

315 Food, Meat, & Produce

The Dalles 850 sq ft, $750/mo. Col Ct Mall, 107 E 2nd St Inc. utils, 541-298-8903

Start a container veggie garden in a cherry bucket. Holes in the bottom, seed with lettuce, carrots and radishes plunk in a few onion plants and you've got a salad. Have the kids help or plant their own container. herbs make a great planter too. Check out our locally grown plants. 1332 W.10th St., TD 541-298-1973

7 Office complex, $950/mo.

320 Plants & Nursery Stock MILESTONE NURSERY Native Plant Sale Fri, Sat & Sun., May 4, 5 & 6, 9am to 3pm Hwy 14 & 7th St, Lyle. Trees, WILDLIFE COVER Aspen, Elm, Alder, Birch, Cedar $1 call ANDERSON FAMILY FARMS 503 266 2699

325 Farm & Orchard Equip. "WILLY" Sweet, shy, 5 years old, male, black and white cat, 20 lbs, neutered, shots, Luk check, indoor, no dogs, adults only.

Call Bonnie


"JASMIN" Sweet and lovely, grey and white cat, young adult, female, loving, spayed, vaccinated, indoors only, quiet adult home. FREE MICROCHIP!

Call Elizabeth


ATTENTION DOXIE LOVERS Tiebald mini doxies, purebred, one male, one female, first shots, adorable and just too cute, $450.

509-637-5544 509-493-1037 Baby pug puppy for sale, only 8 weeks old, very very cute and tiny. Loves to play and he is very outgoing, snuggles and know what to do once placed outside. Only 250 and in perfect time for summer. Call/txt anytime 541-980-7875

WANTED: 10-28 tractor tire or (2) 11.2-28 tractor tires for 8N Ford. 541-3863984

RENTALS Business Rentals.........330 Apartment Rentals/OR 335 Apartment Rentals/WA 340 Condo Rentals/OR ......350 Condo Rentals/WA ......352 Duplexes, Four-Plexes/OR 355 Duplexes, Four-Plexes/WA 360 House Rentals/OR.......365 House Rentals/WA ......370 Senior Housing ............372 Mobile Homes/Oregon.375 Mobile Homes/Washington 380 Mobile Home Spaces ..382 RV Space.....................384 Rentals Wanted ...........385 Rentals to Share..........390 Room Rentals..............395 RV Site Rentals ...........397 Vacation Rentals..........400 Bed & Breakfast...........405 Storage Space.............410 Misc. Rentals ...............415

330 Business Rentals HAVE A HOME FOR SALE? Get results fast by placing your ad in the Gorge Classifieds, your ad will appear in every paper in the gorge area, reaching over 115,000 readers each week. Call us at the Goldendale Sentinel, 773-3777 or toll-free at 1-888-2873777.

365 House Rentals/OR DUFUR, 3 Bdrm, 2 Ba, Deck and yard. Fridge, range, DW. Heat pump and woodstove incl., Close to downtown and post office. Non-smoking, No pets, $700/Mo. + First & last & Security dep. 541-4672523 John L. Scott Prpty Mgmt 541-298-4736 2 Bd Twnhouse TD $1150 4 Bd House TD $1,000 3 Bd House Wamic $825 THE DALLES, 3 bdrm, 1 ba. Dead-end street. 738 Pleasant Ct. $850/month. Call afternoons, 541-3868747. THE DALLES, 2 Bdrm, 1 Ba, Fenced yard, Updated kitchen, Off street parking, W/D Hookup, Storage shed. Leeland Property Management, 541-2963395 or

382 Mobile Home Spaces

460 RVs & Travel Trailers

GOLDENDALE: 3 bd., 2 CURTIS TRAILERS ba., garage, RV parking, Since 1948 fenced yard, covered deck, new carpet, paint, winWE BUY dows. Close to hospital, CLEAN USED RVs schools, grocery. 310 Sanders Way. $172,000. NORTHWEST'S Call for appt. 509-261LARGEST SELECTION 2730. Choose from: Big Sky, BigGOLDENDALE: 20 acres horn, Cougar, Fuzion, w/old barn, well. Oak Flat Komfort, Lance, Montana, Mountaineer, North Trail, Rd. area. $94,900. Outback, Residence, ReBY APPT. ONLY. sort, Sandstorm, Denali, 360-903-1767. MPG, Onyx, Passport, Silver Creek, Rubicon, 440 Real Estate Springdale, Stealth, Super Sport, Trail Cruiser, Trail Wanted Sport and Trailblazer.

The Dalles, Nice 2 bd 2 ba 1280 sq ft mfg home, carport, heat pump, located on quite corner lot in Oakwood Estates park $31,000 541-296-3800 FINANCING AVAILABLE

QUIET Mosier Park, $57,900. Extra nice 3 bdrm, 2 Bath/ separate shower in Master Ba. Cozy Family room off kitchen. All appl., 4 car parking, Great hobby shop, Carport, Deck, Covered breezeway, Pretty yard. Cash or pre-qual please. 2004 GEELY Jetstar 541-478-3604 Scooter, 50CC, Runs & THE DALLES, Beautiful 3 drives well, Yellow, $495 bdrm, 2 Ba located in Foley 541-980-3243 Lakes Mobile Home Park. Financing available. 541525 Sport Utility 980-4995

ZONED B & B/multi-family. Remodeled 5 bdrm, 3 ba, office, living rm, dining rm, family rm, utility rm, oak floors, 2 patios, hot tub, fenced yard. Close to schools, parks & downtown. $279,000. 121 W 10th St. 541-300-0853.


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HOOD RIVER/ THE DALLES: Large PINE GROVE AREA Mobile home space for rent. Foley Lakes Mobile Beautiful full view of Mount Home Park. 541-296-9292 Hood and the Hood River Valley Hills. 5 Acres + 1800 or 541-980-4995. sq ft home built by owner's father in 1977. 385 Rentals 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms Wanted (newly remodeled bathrooms all tile), dream panHood River, The Dalles, Mosi- try, electric furnace heat er, Retired biologist, novelist and wood stove. Farm land wife & friendly old lab wish to use and zoned & large rent small, tidy bugalow. $850 Pastures. Mature fruit trees max. Countryish location pre- include: 3 pear trees, 1 ferred. Call Bruce (207 747 D'Anjou pear tree, 2 plum 1173, or trees, 1 apricot tree, 2 Judi(206 300 2392, peach trees, grapes, 2 Royal Ann & 4 Bing Cherry trees. Very large barn, 390 Rentals shed, chicken coop & wood shed. Total county yearly to Share Tax: $1500. 5 irrigated acres. Two tax lots. LocatRoom for Rent, Looking for ed 5 miles up HWY 35 in a Responsible Adult to share a three bedroom, Pine Grove. $449,000. three bath house located in Questions contact: Nancy or The Dalles. Non-Smoking $ 503-739-0801 450 per month includes util- ities. 541-406-0230 PARKDALE, FSBO 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1.97 irrigated acres, off Baldwin Creek, mt. view, county ROOMMATE access, dead end road, WANTED no orchards. 541-352-6205 To share 2-bedroom apartThe Dalles, Beautiful 2 bd 2 ment at Rhine Village, ba. 1440 sq ft, mfg home, White Salmon, shared 1/2 clean.Newly remodeled, many rent, available June 1. upgrades on landscaped cor509-493-0062 ner lot in Oakwood Estates park $39,500 541-296-3800 FINANCING AVAILABLE

The Dalles, 2 Bedroom Bungalow w/ garage, updated Storage:400 sq ft.$150/Mo kitchen, deluxe laundry center, fireplace, private yard. EfTHE DALLES downtown office or retail space. All ficient heat pump with air conditioning.Pet and smoke free. 395 Room Rentals utilities paid by owner 395 +/- sq.ft. to 2850 +/- sq. $875/month with 1 year lease; ft and any size in between. 823 West 10th. Available May The Dalles, room for rent, 1. Call (503)867-7819 Excellent street exposure. $450/mo + $250 dep. Incl. 541-387-3913 or 503-260-6016 THE DALLES, 2 Bdrm, 2 all utilities. Please call and leave message at 541-296THE DALLES, Large shop Ba, Nice yard, Newly re1987 for rent, Exc. location, Of- modeled, Great location, fice & bathroom, Call for Westside, W/S paid, $945/ appointment. $850/Mo. Mo. + Dep. Refs. required. 410 Storage Space 541-296-1424 Avail 5/1. 541-993-5925 THE DALLES, 40' containWASCO, 4 Bdrm./1 Ba. er for dry, secure storage. 335 Apartment nice house in Wasco, OR. Must see! Negotiable price. $795/mo.+ dep. Pet con- 541-296-9859 Rentals/OR. sidered. Avail. May 1. HOOD RIVER. 1 bedroom, 541-980-8028 REAL ESTATE ground floor, washer/dryer/ dishwasher included. No 370 House Acreage & Lots ............420 smoking/pets. Available Commercial/Investment Rentals/WA May 1st. 6-month lease. Property 425 $575/month, first. last plus Orchards, Farms, Ranches GOLDENDALE: Cute, depost. 509-637-0902. 430 clean 2 bdrm., 1 ba. house, Real Estate/OR............435 231 W. Darland. Stove/ref., 340 Apartment Real Estate/WA ...........437 W/D, inside util. rm., fenced Real Estate Wanted.....440 Rentals/WA. yard, storage bldg. $695/ Manufactured Homes/OR mo. HUD ok! Linda, 509445 BINGEN. Studio, 1 bdrm, 2 250-0260. Coldwell Banker Manufactured Homes/WA bdrm, monthly, $400-$600, United Brokers. 447 utils includ. 1st+dep. 509GOLDENDALE: 2 bdrm., 1 Condos/OR ..................450 493-1803 9 am-7 pm. bth. house, 1-car garage, 5 Condos/WA..................452 GOLDENDALE-Crestview mi. from town. $650/mo. Apartments: 2 bdrm. apts. Ref. req. 541-980-6703. 420 Acreage available now. New re& Lots John L. Scott Prpty Mgmt model. RD Subsidies - You pay only up to 30% of your PUBLISHER'S NOTICE 541-298-4736 adjusted income. 509-773All real estate advertising in 1 Bd Apt Bingen $520 5436. 3 Bd House Carson $1250 this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act 5 Bd House Stvnson which makes it illegal to ad$1200 vertise "any preference, Comm Prop Bingen $750 limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religOfc space Bingen $800 GOLDENDALE: Golden ion, sex, handicap, familial Sands Apt., 1 bdrm. Onsite KLICKITAT, WA: 300 Main; status or national origin, or laundry, fitness facility. 3 bd., 1 ba., garage, fenced an intention, to make any $440/mo. 509-773-5828. yard, recently remodeled. such preference, limitation Dog/cat ok! Sec. 8 OK! or discrimination." Familial THREE Mountain Village status includes children Located at 613 W. Collins Dale, 503-473-4956. in Goldendale, now ac- WHITE SALMON. 3 bdrm., under the age of 18 living cepting applications for 1, 2 1 bath, includes W/S/G. No with parents or legal cus& 3 bdrm. apartments. pets, $850 + first/last/de- todians, pregnant women and people securing cusHUD Section 8 Restrictions posit. 509-427-7111, leave tody of children under 18. apply. Call 509-773-3344 message. This newspaper will not or TTY dial 711 for appliknowingly accept any adcations. Senior Housing vertising for real estate which is in violation of the SIMCOE MANOR Apart- law. Our readers are herements, a complex for sen- by informed that all dwellings advertised in this WISHRAM, 1 Bdrm, with ior, handicapped, or dis- newspaper are available on carport. $275/Mo. w/ First/ abled persons, has 1 & 2 an equal opportunity basis. bdrm. apts. Rent based on Last + Dep. 206-824-5231 income. W/S/G pd. Laun- To complain of discriminadry & rec room on site. Ap- tion call HUD toll-free at 1800-669-9777. The toll-free 355 Duplexes, plications available at 305 number for the Four-Plexes/OR Simcoe Drive, Goldendale, telephone hearing impaired is 1-800WA 98620. Or call 509- 927-9275. THE DALLES, 2 Bdrm, 1 773-4255. Equal Housing Ba, No pets, W/D hook up, Opportunity. 425 Commercial W/S paid. For more information please call 541Investment Prop. 993-3042.

200 sq. ft. office, $210 300 sq. ft. office, $210. 300 sq. ft. office, rr, $350 494 sq. ft. office, $450 500 sq. ft. office, $450. 715 sq. ft. office, $550. 1068 sq. ft. office, $885. 1800 sq. ft. retail, $1300. Various dry storage units Chuck Beardsley, 541-3865555, Hershner & Bell Realty

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435 Real Estate/OR Dufur, FOR SALE 2116 Sq foot home walking distance to school and park. 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath, fenced yard, hot tub. For More Info Call 541-705-4328

Tudor Home/125x100 lot 2500 sqft. Loaded Charm Maupin $184K Tygh Tavern/Tygh Valley Proven Income $230K Acreage: Private/Mt. Hood View/Buildable/Pine Grove 232ac $375K/161ac $250K 20 or 27 ac $95K each search craigslist portland/ columbia gorge/maupin Wasco Realty 541-993-4111

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WHITE SALMON 1 Acre View Lot Excellent private neighborhood, 2 miles from town, water meter in, utilities available, paved road.


WANTED: Single wide or PORTLAND double wide, already set on 800-345-1363 a lot in Goldendale. No bile home parks. Looking for owner contract. Email Hank's Auto Sales or call Buy-Sell-Consign 509-349-9828. RV's/Utility Vehicles 445 Manufactured 541-296-5854 or 541-993-0109


FOR SALE IN MOSIER Manufactured home in lovely park. 3 bed, 2 bath, den, completely fenced back yard for your pet, storage shed. Roomy 1782 sq.ft. living space. Must see to appreciate. Call 541478-0666 for appt.

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1960 SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER Very clean, ready to roll from White Salmon, $500.

BEAUTIFUL HOME 116 North Wilbur Goldendale, WA Quality constructed 3-bedroom, 2-bath ranch home, 1330 SF, built in 2007. Master bedroom features a walk-in closet and private bath with walk-in shower. Third bedroom can be used as office. Garage can be added. Walking distance to public park, grocery, shopping, medical offices, hospital, and community activities. Close to golfing, fishing, hiking, and swimming. Located on 70x100 lot on corner of Wilbur and Broadway. Landscaped with automatic in-ground sprinkler system. Technical details: 16-inch on center framing, R21 insulation in walls, R38 in vaulted ceiling and R50 in flat ceiling, R30 floor, James Hardie siding, 30-year architectural shingles, gas heat, excellent condition, sold as is.

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509-637-3876 1986 FORD Coachman RV. Good condition, no leaks, $1500 obo. 541-3862188 2006 29 Ft. Sprinter w/ Slide. Extreme weather package, $14,950 OBO. For more info call 541-980-3243 2008 SUNDANCE 5th Wheel, 29', 3 slides, Direct TV satellite, $24000. Hood River, 503-260-8429 or 503-505-2864.

1997 Yamaha Waveventure, 1995 Waverader, both 1100cc, tandem trailer, excellent condition. Asking $4500. 541-296-2058 or 541-965-1483.

490 Motorcycles, ATCs & ATVs 1995 Harley-Davidson XL1200 Custom Sportster. $4,000. 14,850 miles. Brand new battery, Mustang cushion seat, H-D saddle bags, fork bag, sissy bar bag, tank bra, chrome battery cover. Tuned up March 2012 and ready to ride. Goldendale. (509)250-1213.

Vehicles 2006 DODGE DURANGO Limited, 4WD/AWD, 5.7L V8 Hemi, automatic transmission, 98K, cruise control, tilt wheel, power windows, power locks, power mirrors, power heated front seats, seats 8, 2nd and 3rd row fold down seats, overhead DVD video system, upgraded stereo, sunroof, tow package, running boards, luggage rack, metallic red with gray leather interior. This vehicle is loaded. It's a dream to drive. Luxury car ride, yet winter driving is no obstacle for this rig. $16,500. 360-600-7635. GMC SUBURBAN 1994, 2500, 4WD, well maintained, one-owner vehicle. 3rd row seat capacity for 8, Alum wheels, extra set studded tires on steel wheels, 113K miles, newly registered thru 2013, $4500. See it on Markham Road or call 503-351-3477 or 541-386-6642 HANDICAPPED? 2004 Chevy Tahoe, A1 condition equipped w/ Bruno electric curb sider, Scooter lift, hand control for lifting inside. Please call for info 541-296-2039

530 Pickups & Trucks 2003 TOYOTA Tacoma 4x4, Red, Ex. cab, Canopy, SR5, V6, 5 Spd., AC, CD, CC, EL, EW, 68K, $11,500, Wholesale price. Motivated seller. New tires. 541-9802721 2006 FORD F-350, XL Super Duty, 4x4, 4 Dr, Power Stroke Turbo diesel V8, New Cooper 200 65/70/ R17 tires, Bedliner, Bug guard, Running boards, Clean & Exc. cond., 80k Miles, $22,500 would consider 4 Wheeler as part trade, 509-767-1539

Ford F250 XLT 1996, Low mi, dia. plate tool box w/lots xtras, tow pkg, elec. brake Sport Utility Cargo Trailer controller $4900 541-980by Letsgoaero. Great for 2703 4pm camping and/or carrying gear. Dry weight is less than 500 lbs. Easy to pull. FORD PICK-UP Includes spare tire. ExcelRANGER XL lent condition. $2500. 5411977, LW box, extended 296-3107. cab, automatic, runs but needs work, $450. CARDINAL '06, 5th wheel, 30', 2 slides, excellent con509-493-1924 dition, must see, $21,000 OBO, 509-773-4253.

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Wanted: Your classic or muscle car or truck, please no junk or restorations! We are a licensed, bonded brokerage in the greater Portland, Oregon area with 30+ years experience, who purchases, consigns and sells primarily classic & muscle cars & trucks all over the world. Our satisfied customer base is our best advertisement. We also handle estate sale vehicles. Please call us at 503-8554345, 24 hours; 888-5976719 10am-5pm Tues Sat., or email or visit us on the web at and see videos of our inventory on YouTube at http:// w w w. y o u t u b e . c o m / r e sults?search_query=fabul ous50scars&aq=f PLYMOUTH, '38. 4 door, 318 auto, good shape, $5000 OBO, 509-7734253.

540 Automobiles 1972 VW BUG, Needs work, Blue, $800 OBO. For more info call 541-704-8967 1993 Lincoln, Mark 8, 125k Mi., Loaded, w/ 4 mounted snow tires, $2,500. 541-298-8903

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2011 Honda Fit Sport. W/ paddle shift 20,700 mi. 3339MPG. Alloy wheel-near new tires. Drk grey, very roomy and versatile inside car is in excellent cond. Dealer maintained and under warranty. Just serDennis' Lawn Maintenance viced and detailed. Lawn mowing, Hedge Trim$15,700. 509-773-4609. ming, Pruning, Rototilling, 98 CHRYSLER Cirrus LXi, Hauling, Bark Dust, Brick V6 2.5L, 115K miles. Walls, River Rock & snow LOADED: Leather, Cruise, removal. Call today! 541-993-0090 Air, 6 Disc CD player, Full 541-296-1850 power package, 4 mounted Bonded & Insured snow tires. 100K service, (Hudson Insurance) New battery, All service records. Runs & Drives GUS'S LANDSCAPE great! $3354. 541-298MAINTENANCE 5004 Mowing, edging, pruning, CHRYSLER LeBaron, '94. bark dust, fence repair, tree removal $1,100 obo. Runs good; and much more minor cosmetic blemishes. Free Estimates Call evenings, 509-261503-995-8940 0678.

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PUBLIC NOTICE Klickitat County Fair Box Seat Bid Notice The Klickitat County Fair Board is accepting bids for box seats in the grandstands for the 2012 Fair & Rodeo. Each box will be furnished with six (6) chairs and require a minimum bid of $75.00. Prospective bidders can contact Shannon Crocker at either (503) 680680-7656 or Shannon.crocker@mhot-


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Tree Services FIRST AIDE FOR YOUR TREES & YARD to request a box seat map. Written sealed bids (1 bid per person per envelope) are to be mailed to Klickitat County Fair, c/o Box Seat Bid, P.O. Box 223, Goldendale, WA 98620. Bids must be postmarked no later than May 08, 2012. Bids will be opened and awarded at the regular May Fair Board meeting, Tuesday, May 15, 2012, held at the Klickitat County Fairgrounds at 7:00 p.m. (1715, 1809)

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Fishing Lure The Columbia River salmon run is picking up. The chinook adult count at Bonneville dam was 235 on April 17, climbing to 1,321 on April 21, and up to 4,376 on April 23. The count at The Dalles dam was 47 on April 17, 83 on April 21 and 353 on April 23. The weekly count report begins next week in The Sentinel.

GORGE from Page 7 Annie Lindsley 3:20.3 in the 800; Sydnie O’Banion 623 in the javelin; and Clint Strader 33-2.5 in the triple jump. At Kittitas, Jamie abd Buc Venema made it a brother-sister sweep of the pole vault with Jamie at 8feet and Nic Venema clearing 12-feet. Both Venemas stand on top of the state performance rankings for the B division with those marks. Brown is at the top of the state B high jumpers at 4-10. Klickitat Cole Walters had a hot weekend winning the shot put and discus at the Bruin Invitational in White Salmon on Friday and the javelin at the Sher man County invite on Saturday. Walters’ wins in the shot put at 41 feet and discus at 127-2 were PRs. His discus throw was nearly 13 feet longer than the runner-up. At Moro, Walters battled Goldenadale’s Braydon Ross for king of the throws. Walters threw 152-9 in the javelin for the win and was second to Ross in the other two events. Walters’ marks in the discus and javelin place him first in the state for B division schools. Also winning by a wide margin at White Salmon was Lara Parsons, whose PR javelin toss of 121-1 was almost 33 feet beyond the second place toss. She is the clear leader in the event for B school throwers. Parsons also set a PR in the long jump at 14-4. Another first place and PR went to Tim Lambert who cleared 5-10 in the high jump, also putting him tied at the top of B school high jumpers. He also had a 15foot long jump for a PR. Other Klickitat PRs were 58-6 in the discus and 72-1 in

the javelin for Chelci Curtis, and 24-3 in the shot put for Brandon Segui. Lyle-Wishram Six of Lyle-Wishram’s Cougars set PRs at Moro with Jocelyn Knowles setting three new marks in the 100 meters (15.59), shot put (27-7) and javelin (73-6). Austin Pickett got involved in the sprints, setting his marks at 13.28 in the 100 meters and 27.67 in the 200 meters. Jonathan Von Ahn improved on his time in the 200 with a sixth place finish in 24.91. Kyle Radke’s 25.26 it the 200 was a PR for him while Jacob Ziegler got just beyone 16 feet for a PR in the long jump. TLG The Bruin Invitational was a comfortable setting for TLG as they had 11 athletes set a dozen PRs. Leading the way for the MustangEagles is Val Vogt who stands atop of the state’s B runners in the 800 and 1600 meter races. Vogt set a PR of 5:24.5 in the 1600 at White Salmon. She also recorded one of two wins for TLG at the meet in the 800 meters. The other win came from Josh Clark who set a PR of 19-5 in the long jump, second best in the state. Caitlin Scott, who is right behind Vogt in the 800, set a PR in her first official 400 meter run in a time of 68.5. The other PRs for TLG athletes came from Amy Underwood, 88-4 in the javelin; ShanDale Mael 25-5 in the shot put; J.D. Yarnell, 107 feet in the discus; Devin Van Laar 5:18.9 in the 1600; Tina Chen, 16.6 in the 100 meters; Gred Deshand 13.02 in the 100 meters; Ha Young Hong 27.82 in the 200 meters; and Maggie Baker who had two PRs in the 200 (32.47) and 400 (1:13.52).

Kaseberg and Palme lead Wanderscheid wins invitational, equestrians in final regional teams win dual meet at Zillah ride before State meet Jessica Kaseberg wrapped up the regular equestrian season with another win in breakaway roping. Kaseberg owns the record in the event, set in the first meet of this year. She also finished third in the conclusion of the event from the second district meet. Last weekend’s meet, held in Spokane, also produced a team win for Kaseberg and her partner Amelia Tyndall in birangle. Another rider who has had a great season is exchange student, Katharina Palme who was a double winner over the weekend in trail and working rancher events. Palme also teamed with Heather Ault to win working pairs. Other top three finishes for the Goldendale riders were second place finishes by Kaseberg in barrels, figure eight and jumping events, and by Ault and Palme in sorting. Finishing third were Palme in reining and dressage, Tyndall in working rancher, Kaseberg and Tyndall in sorting and the team of Heather McElravy, Kaseberg, Tyndall and Palme in the inhand obstacle relay. Next up for the team is the State meet at the Whatcom County fairgrounds, in Lynden. The event runs from May 10 through May 13. Check next week’s Sentinel for the list of Goldendale qualifiers and their events.

TRACK from Page 7 hundredths off his PR. Conway was also part of the 4x400 relay team that finished second. Other members were Golding, Lewis and Casey. Cameron also showed his strength, winning the 100 by 0.01 seconds over Sherman County’s Gus Lowe and placing second in the 200. Lewis showed a great final lap kick in the 1500 to win going away in 4:49.55. Ross had a good rivalry going with Klickitat’s Cole Walters, beating the Vandal in the shot put with a toss of 44-10.25 to Walters’ 40-11.75, and the discus at 133-8 to Walters’ 122-7. Walters got the better of Ross in the javelin, 152-9 to Ross’ 149-4. Messenger began to show his last season form with second place finishes in the long jump and triple jump. For the girls, Billie Jo Risheim piled up points with a win in the 200 meters in a PR 28.92, and second place


ON TRACK WITH COUGARS AND WOLVES: Above, LyleWishram’s Austin Pickett was fourth in the pole vault at Moro. At right, top, Goldendale’s Billie Jo Risheim passes the baton to Zoey Jagelski for the winning 4x100 relay team. Right, below, the Cougars’ Kyle Radke prepares to pass to Chance Carpenter while the Timberwolves’ Patrick Golding gives the baton to Weston Lewis ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN in the 4x400 relay. Goldendale COMING AT YOU: Lyle-Wishram’s Jocelyn Knowles placed eighth in place second, Lyle-Wishram the discus at Moro. was fourth.

finish in the 100 meters. The 4x100 relay beat Sherman County in a close race with Risheim, Lancaster, Wheelon and Jagelski turning in a 54.54 to Sherman County’s 54.96. The 4x400 team of Lancaster, Wheelon, Mont-

Bree Wanderscheid shot a 2-under par 68 to breeze through the field at the Wally Johnson Invitational played at SunTides Golf Course last Thursday, capping a week of winning golf for the Goldendale sophomore and Goldendale’s girls’ and boys’ teams. On April 17, Goldendale’s teams took on Zillah and Royal at Royal City. Wanderscheid shot a 1-over par 37 for the medal and the girls’ team defeated Zillah 207 to 254. Royal did not have enough golfers for a team score. Rounding out the team scoring for Goldendale were Tessa Enwards at 54, Sawyer Ross at 56 and Natalie Hurst with a 60. The boys’ scores were a close grouping in the low 40s to give a 168 total score,

gomery and Dressel finished second with a 4:41.23. Goldendale was at Zillah for a four-way meet on Tuesday and will host the annual Lions’ Twilight meet in Goldendale on Friday with field events starting at 4 p.m. Any-

with Zillah finishing second at 202 and Royal in at 241. Justin Fields was the medalist, leading the Timberwolves with a 40. Andrew Wall shot 41, Riley Ross shot 42, and Mitch Anderson was in at 45. Goldendale’s other players were Joel Gerchak with a 46 and Tim Coulter shooting a 53. The April 21 invitational at SunTides was for girls only with several teams from around the region participating. Wanderscheid’s 68 was 17 strokes under the runner-up, Cindy Tapia, of Naches Valley. Selah won the team title with a 382. Ephrata was second at 398 and Goldendale was third with a 413 score. Boys and girls will take on Wahluke at Mattawa on Monday.

one who can help with measuring field events is welcome and should contact Goldendale track and field coach Jennifer Holycross at the Goldendale Middle School.

The Goldendale Sentinel April 25 Issue  

April 25, 2012 issue of The Goldendale Sentinel