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WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 2012
Vol. 133 No. 20 75 cents
Home burns to ground in fire
SAR starts conference training for volunteers
REBECCA GOURLEY REPORTER
Seven people were displaced after a fire ran rampant through a home at 432 Austin Road, taking everything inside with it to the ground. Alexis and Mike Wright and Jessica Quantrell and her four children were all sleeping when Quantrell smelled smoke in the dining room. Alexis reported that Mike tried to put the fire out but it just got bigger. Rural 7 Fire Department Chief Anthony Browning reported that the cause of the fire is still being investigated. Browning stated, “The structure was on the ground” when they arrived at the scene. They requested mutual aid from Goldendale and Centerville Fire Departments. “We grabbed the kids and the puppies and got out,” recalled Alexis. There were eight puppies that were safely extracted from the home, but the puppies’ mother did not make it out, says Alexis. Mike Wright works at Goldendale IGA, where Manager Wes Lund offered to have his cat, which had just had kittens, take in the puppies. The cat, surprisingly, took them in as part of her litter. Sunday, a surrogate mother dog was found at Dogs of the Gorge. However, Lund said that his cat was wandering around their house and seemed to be look-
The Klickitat County Sheriff ’s Office and Search and Rescue (SAR) volunteers have begun hosting the 2012 Washington State Search and Rescue Conference. The conference started Monday and continues through Sunday, May 20, at the Klickitat County Fairgrounds. The conference draws SAR volunteers from around the area and a number of other countries each year. This marks the first time the conference has been held in Klickitat County. The volunteers are receiving training in vital SAR skills and procedures. There are public demonstrations of SAR skills during the conference, including a LifeFlight helicopter operation and a presentation by Insitu of its Scan Eagle Unmanned Aircraft on Saturday, May 19, from 11:15 a.m. to 1 p.m.
WAKE OF THE FIRE: Above, Mike Wright walks through the debris of his home on Austin Road that burned to the ground Saturday morning, as his brother David looks on. Right, the puppies in the home that were left motherless were “adopted” by a surrogate mother cat who let them nurse. The mother cat became attached to the puppies and looked for them after they were taken to Dogs of the Gorge. ing for the puppies after they were gone. According to Alexis, the orphaned puppies will get all of their shots, be spayed or neutered, micro chipped and adopted. People from the community have already started donating items to the victims of the fire, says Alexis. On Monday, the family was able to move what they had into a new house in Goldendale. The Wrights
went to Klickitat Valley Reality on Monday and after explaining the situation, “They let us have the house, no questions asked,” said Alexis. “It’s amazing living in
such a small town, the heart that everyone has,” Alexis said of the donations they have already received. “We lost everything,” said Alexis, who is pregnant and expecting a girl in June. “We
have to start from scratch again.” Donations can be dropped off at 521 W. Darland, a private residence, in Goldendale.
White Salmon police chief under investigation BY SVERRE BAKKE GORGE NEWS REPORT
Food drive brings in 5,000 pounds of food
FRIENDLY GIANT: Second graders got an up close visit with a giraffe at Schreiner Farms last week. Students from throughout Klickitat County participated in the Second Grade Safari with sessions at Schreiner Farms in Murdock and at Horsethief Lake State Park.
FOOD COLLECTED: Piles of food collected during the post office food drive Saturday are sorted for distribution to local food banks. The Goldendale Post Office received overwhelming support for its annual food drive from Goldendale and Centerville, held on May 12. Letter carriers collected approximately 5,000 pounds of non-perishable food items which were delivered to the community food banks. “All of the clerks and carriers worked on this project
and are to be commended for going above and beyond their normal duties to deliver food drive notices and bags and then to collect donations,” said Postmaster Jim Hamilton. “A special thank you to the carriers who worked on Saturday to collect the food donations, most of whom had to make several trips back to the post office to unload.”
PUD Commissioners meeting to address possible water, sewer rate changes
SOLID START: The Goldendale Farmers’ Market kicked off its season Saturday at Ekone Park with a large crowd and perfect weather. Booths were plentiful and filled with interested shoppers, many of whom were from out of the area. Entertainment was provided by Tom Beck. The market is open every Saturday now through October.
Included on the May 22 agenda of the regular meeting of the Klickitat PUD Board of Commissioners will be discussion on proposed revisions to the water and sewer rates for the systems in Lyle, Glenwood, Rimrock, Ponderosa Park, Wishram, Roosevelt, Cliffs, and Klickitat. Public comments and discussion will be heard beginning at 3:30 p.m. in the Board Room at the Goldendale office of KPUD located at 1313 South Columbus, Goldendale. For further information, contact Kathy Loveland at 773-7606, (800) 548-8357, or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The City of White Salmon placed Bingen-White Salmon Police Chief Tony Domish on paid administrative leave on May 3 pending the outcomes of two separate investigations: one in Snohomish County where Domish used to work and the other in White Salmon. City Administrator Patrick Munyan Jr. is serving as acting supervisor of the BingenWhite Salmon Police Department in the interim. Munyan met with BWSPD officers on May 3 and appointed Officer Steve Shields as acting sergeant to help with day-today management of the department. Domish, a Seattle native who’d previously held police chief positions in Tieton in Yakima County and Granite Falls in Snohomish County, became police chief in White Salmon last June after serving as a contracted law enforcement and public safety consultant during the six months leading up to his appointment by Mayor David Poucher. Munyan said he has been consulting with Klickitat County Prosecuting Attorney Lori Hoctor and the Sheriff ’s Office about process and plans to have an outside agency perform an audit of Domish’s administration of the Bingen-White Salmon Police Department. “I can’t go in to detail because it’s a personnel matter, but we’ve identified a number of issues that are of concern to us. We want someone to come in and look at the overall administrative operations of the department,” Munyan said. Poucher told The White Salmon Enterprise on May 8 a team of investigators from Pratham and Associates— two retired police chiefs and one retired state auditor— planned to begin a two- to three-day audit of the department on May 9. “The investigation is to see if what is alleged in Granite Falls is happening here [in White Salmon and Bingen],” Poucher said. “We need to re-
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Blanket appraisal clinic held at Maryhill Musuem Maryhill Museum hosts an Indian Trade Blanket Appraisal Clinic with Barry Friedman Saturday, May 19, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Commercially woven woolen trade blankets have been standard attire and cherished gifts in Indian country for generations. Pendleton Woolen Mills has set the standard for making these beautiful blankets for
more than a century. Barry Friedman of Phoenix, Ariz., and author of Chasing Rainbows: Collecting American Indian Trade and Camp Blankets, will be at Maryhill to provide free appraisals of vintage trade blankets woven by Pendleton, Oregon City, Capps, Racine, and other blanket manufacturers. Appraisals are free with museum admission.
POLICE from Page 1 assure the citizens that everything is fine and if not, we need to find out what that is and correct it.” In Snohomish County, investigators from the Marysville Police Department filed an affidavit with Snohomish County prosecutors two weeks ago that suggests possible malfeasance on the part of Domish and his department between 2006 and 2010, when Domish was police chief in Granite Falls. At issue is how money, property and evidence from drug investigations was obtained, handled, and recorded. Munyan said the affidavit outlining “potential criminal activity” by Domish and/or employees of the Granite Falls department is a cause of concern for local administrators. “We’ll have to wait and see what’s in the report from Pratham and Associates,” Poucher said. I don’t want to pre-judge the report. We’re going to move with deliberation but not until all the facts are in.”
Noted Munyan, “Whether what they did up there was criminal or not, it shows a lack of oversight and judgment on Tony’s part.” Domish denied the allegations of wrongdoing made by the Marysville Police Department in a May 1 interview with The Everett Herald. He told a reporter, “I knew this [investigation] was happening, I just didn’t know it’d go this far.” Marysville detectives, who began investigating last November at the behest of the current Granite Falls administration, allege in their affidavit (obtained by The Herald under state public record laws) that they found evidence to support two felony theft and misappropriation charges, and more than a dozen counts of possible misdemeanor official misconduct. Domish left Granite Falls in 2010 after accepting a severance package of more than $78,000. The settlement came about after Domish was placed on paid administrative leave.
THIS WEEK’S MOST WANTED: The Goldendale Police are looking for Jimmy Looney. Looney, 24, is wanted for attempted residential burglary, attempted second degree burglary and attempted vehicle prowl. Looney is 5-05, 158 pounds with brown eyes and black hair.
High Prairie Auction returns The 13th Annual High Prairie Firehouse Sale is coming up this weekend, May 19 and 20. This community-wide event includes a huge rummage sale, food booth, plant sale, silent auction, quilt raffle, and fun activities for kids. The sale opens at 9 a.m. on both days and closes at 5 p.m. on Saturday, 3 p.m. on Sunday. The location is 783 Centerville Highway, about seven miles northeast of Lyle. Signs from both ends of Centerville Highway will direct visitors to the site. The heart of the Firehouse Sale is the huge rummage sale/family garage sale. Just about anything can be found, from nuts and bolts, to pianos and sofas. The plant department will feature several varieties of locally raised tomato and pepper starts, along with many other plants and garden items. A master gardener will be on hand. The Silent Auction returns for the fourth year. Individuals and businesses from around the area have generously donated merchandise and services for the auction. Reports are that some very nice items are being offered this year. Bidding is open from 9 a.m. on Saturday to 2 p.m. on Sunday, and bidders can call in bid increases until the auction closes. Also part of the auction is the “Buy it Now” board, where some of the donated items will be offered for immediate purchase at a discounted price. Since its inception in 2000, the Firehouse Sale has provided more than $70,000 for the High Prairie Fire District and other community projects. For more information, call (509) 365-4429 or (509) 3652700.
CONTRIBUTED: BEVERLY NICKERSON
SEMI ON ITS SIDE: A semi truck overturned on Highway 97 near milepost 23 last week, tying up traffic in both directions as removal continued. There were no reports of injuries.
Library hosts annual Spring School Arts Festival The Goldendale Community Library will host its annual Spring School Arts Festival May 25 through June 5. The festival features performances by local students from Goldendale’s middle and high schools and art activities for teens and preteens. Year-end awards for outstanding seniors will be presented at the concerts. The first performance will be a jazz concert with the High School Jazz Bands on Thursday, May 31 at 7p.m. in the Library’s amphitheater. Musician and teacher Doug Siegel will direct Jazz Ensembles I and II from the high school. The following night, June 1, GHS drama students will present An Evening with the Bard: highlights from Shakespeare’s best works. This program begins at 6:30p.m. on Friday night. Goldendale Middle School and High School choirs will
perform on Tuesday, June 5, again at 7 p.m.. Siegel will direct the high school choir, while the middle school choir will be directed by Barb Stout. This year, the library is partnering with 4H leader Darla Simmons to bring two workshop activities to school age youth during the festival. On Friday, May 25, a jungle-themed mask making workshop will be held from noon until 4 p.m. downstairs at the library, open to ages eight to 18. The following weekend, students may participate in a workshop with well-known mosaic artist Toms Royal from Portland, in learning glazing and grouting techniques. The piece created during the mosaic workshop will be auctioned off at a benefit for Maryhill Museum later in
the year, to help fund student art field trips and programs. The High School Arts Fest has been a tradition at the Goldendale Library for more than 15 years and has featured a variety of arts, including music, drama, dance, painting, drawing and ceramics by teens and young adults ages 10 to 18. Groups interested in participating in future years should contact the Goldendale Library. All performances are free and open to the general public. Concerts are expected to last about 90 minutes, and may be moved inside in the case of inclement weather. For more information, call the Library at 773-4487. Information can also be found on the Goldendale Library’s Facebook page and district website, or by signing up for email event announcements.
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H OMETOWN OBITUARIES
Dorothy Garner Dorothy Jean Garner died peacefully at home in Goldendale on Friday, May 11. She was born in Toppenish to Daniel J. (Jeff) and Frances J. (Jane) Davis on January 18, 1920. An educator for over 40 years, Dorothy was trained at Central Washington College of Education and San Jose State College. She taught in Toppenish, Washougal and Seattle before marrying Leo Garner in August of 1946 and starting a family, moving to Goldendale in 1951. Shortly after, she started a kindergarten which she ran for six years before stepping back into the school system in Zillah for one year before returning to Goldendale.
BIRTHS Connor Jace Fahlenkamp Connor Jace Fahlenkamp was born on March 21, 2012, at the Sunnyside Community Hospital to Allison and Brad Fahlenkamp. He weighed 9 lbs., 9 ounces, and was 22 1/2 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Kenny and Lori Graff, of Goldendale. Paternal grandparents are Walt and Betty Fahlenkamp. Great-grandparents are Donna Graff, Dave and Arlene McDermid, and Velma Husted. Connor joins his parents and big brother Caden at their home in Zillah.
Dorothy's interest was reading development, reinforcing skills through diverse methods including weaving, sketching, rock painting and arts and crafts of all kinds. Dorothy retired from teaching in 1982 but stayed active in organizations such as American Businesswomen's Associating for which she was selected Woman of the Year for 1974, Soroptimists, Delta Kappa Gamma and retired Teachers Association of Washington. Following retirement she kept her interest in children alive and contributed by making small picture booklets for the children at the Seattle Children's Hospital. She continued this until her eyesight finally
failed her and she couldn't see well enough to do them any longer. Predeceased by Leo and son, David, as well as by brothers, Dick and Bob and sister Betty, she is survived by sons Steve, of Oxford, UK and Doug, of The Dalles, Oregon and daughter, Cindy, of Ellensburg. She also leaves six grandchildren and five great grandchildren. The family requests that in lieu of flowers a donation in Dorothy's name be made to one of: Klickitat Valley Hospital Home, Health and Hospice; Soroptimist Scholarship or DKG Society Scholarship Fund. Interment will be private but a public memorial service will be held on Saturday, May 19, at 11 a.m., at Father's House in Goldendale. Columbia Hills Memorial Chapel in handling arrangements.
Thomas Klejeski In loving memory of Thomas A. Klejeski, born July 12, 1946 in Cloquet, Minnesota, died May 11, 2012 in Goldendale, Washington. Thomas was raised in Minnesota and moved to Washington in 1978 and raised his family in Kennewick, Washington. He was a general contractor and had a successful business, Sunset Customs and Remodeling, and enjoyed working with many wonderful customers. Mr. Klejeski did a lot of building and remodeling throughout the Yakima Valley.
He was preceded in death by his father, mother and sister. Thomas is survived by his wife of 46 years, Linda Klejeski; children Gene (Erin) Klejeski, Tammy Klejeski and Dawn (John) Dunlap; brother Phil (Deb) of Braham, Minnesota; sisters Sue (Don) of Three Rivers, Texas, and Lee of Kennewick; and seven grandchildren. There will be a memorial service Saturday, May 19, at 2 p.m. at Columbia Hills Memorial Chapel in Goldendale.
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A memorial service for Mack Mains, who died Jan. 5, 2012, will be held Saturday, May 19, 11:30 a.m. at the IOOF Cemetery in Bickleton. Everyone is invited to dinner at the lodge hall after the service.
The life and times of Raymond O. (Ray) Mattson, as written by Ray Mattson. “This won't be easy but I'll give it a try. I was born January 6, 1918 in The Dalles Hospital in The Dalles, Oregon, the ninth and last child of John and Mary E. Wiidanen Mattson. I had seven brothers and one sister. They were as follows: 1899 Edward, 1901 Chester, 1902 Otis, 1904 Alvin (who died at birth), 1906 Ivan, 1908 Ted, 1910 Hazel, 1912 Richard, 1914 Maurice, 1918 yours truly, Ray. I must have been a mistake as all the rest came two years apart and I came along after four years. “Being the little guy wasn't all that easy. Whenever all the guys were going someplace they would tell me "you can't go you're too little" or "you'll just be in the way." I always thought that my mom was the only one that really loved me. “In 1924 I started school at Centerville. At that time the school house was only four years old. I was very bashful. In 1928 my brother Ted died in The Dalles Hospital on my 10th birthday. In 1929 our house burned down in late august just before school started. I lost all of my school clothes. The folks rented a house in Centerville so we could go to school. I was in the 6th grade. “Two of my brothers stayed at the ranch and took care of the livestock. They lived in the old wash house. It was very cold that winter. The next spring Dad built a oneroom house we used for the kitchen and living quarters. They moved an old house from north of our place which we used for bedrooms. “So the next school year we were able to go to school from home. School in those days was for nine months regardless of the weather. Sometimes in a wagon, sometimes in a bobsled. But we went every day. When the weather got better it was in a Model T Ford truck with canvas side curtains and wooden seats. “I started high school in 1932. I graduated in 1936 with four classmates, Merle Wiidanen, Joseph Olson, Virginia Aholz and Inez Kern. “I was very good at playing basketball, baseball and track--four years of each sport. In the spring of 1937 I went to work for my brother, Ed, in Sundale. I worked there in summers and went to diesel engineering school in the winters for two years. I got sick in 1940 and was told that I would be dead in two years if I did not get to some place to get more iodine. I went to Astoria, Oregon to stay with my brother Maurice and his wife Doris. I ate lots of seafood. I went to work for Pacific Auto Repair working on autos and fish boats. There were three fish canneries in Astoria at that time and about 3000 fishing boats. The union kept after me to join so I decided to quit. “The city was looking for a dozer operator
so I applied for the job although I had never been on one but I was a good cat skinner. I got the job and was sent up the hills above Svenson to the water works to clear the fire roads of fallen trees and winter damage. That's where I learned to be an operator. I then was sent back to town to use on many jobs such as putting in new streets and other jobs around town. I later worked for the water department as a meter reader and repairman. After that I was drafted into the Army. That was in May, 1942. So I went to Centerville to get ready to go. I took my girlfriend home with me to meet my family. I was going to ask her to mar ry me. Her name was Gertrude Smith. Gert died May 31, 2009. She was in assisted living homes for about four years. We were married for almost 67 years. “We came to Goldendale after the war. I went to work for Wilson's Implement Co. as a mechanic. I was hired for a two-week tryout. Seventeen years later I quit after Wilson's sold out. I then took over the Broadway Union Service Station in 1962. I owned it for one year. In 1963 we moved to Warwick and farmed my brother Otis' ranch. I farmed it on shares. That didn't work so I talked him into letting me lease the ranch. I bought his equipment and Gert and I started farming on our own. We didn't' make much money on that place so we leased more land from other neighbors. The two of us worked together. She was very good help and a good truck driver. In 1965 my brother Richard died. I took over the home place. My mother owned half of it and Dick's widow had the other half. I bought Mom's half and a couple years later I bought my sister-in-law's half. It took us 30 years to pay off that debt. We kept leasing more and more land. We ended up farming 4000 acres with seven ownerships that meant more and more equipment. We had to operate on borrowed money. At 18 percent interest, that ain't easy. “I decided to retire at age 80. Otis came back to his ranch and our son David farmed our place for two years. After that I leased it to Jim Sizemore who still farms it. I sold 160 acres that I paid $50 per acre for $160,000. Pretty good investment! “In my lifetime I have done all kinds of work including plumbing, carpentry, mechanic, farmer, small businessman, logger, truck driver, road work, etc. Also meter reader and working with cattle, riding and vet work. Whatever I have done with my life, I did it my way.” Ray Mattson passed away in The Dalles, Oregon on May 13, 2012 at the age of 94. He is survived by son David Mattson of Centerville; daughter Pauline Rae Mattson of Portland; seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. A funeral service will be held on Monday, May 21 at Columbia Hills Memorial Chapel in Goldendale at 1 p.m.
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O PINION LOU MARZELES, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER KAREN HENSLEE, GENERAL MANAGER ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN, REPORTER/SPORTS REBECCA GOURLEY, REPORTER
Students are asked to be responsible, confident “May I have your attention in five...four...three...two...one. Thank you.” The first grader has her hand held high in the air, counting down one finger at a time. She looks very serious as she makes sure that everyone is following her lead. She pauses at two, waiting for the last couple of kindergarteners to stop talking. What once was chaos is now a calm sea of eyes and ears at attention. The focus of the whole school is on her. The presentation has started and we all wait to see which student will speak next. “Today’s agenda includes goals, habits, a presentation by our PTO (Parent Teacher Organization), awards, and lastly our dance.” The microphone is then handed to the next leader in line who explains, “Last month we studied Habit Six, synergize, which means together is better.” The The agenda goes as planned. Each student reads Goldendale from their cue card, each student has been waitWay ing for this opportunity all month long. Everything is smooth and according to plan. These students have practiced this once, but have seen Thaynan Knowlton, Principal, it done many times all year long. Goldendale Primary This is how each monthly assembly here at School Goldendale Primary School goes. Every classroom in grades one through four has a president and secretary. Presidents can be girls or boys, secretaries can be boys or girls. In addition to leading regular class meetings, these leaders are in charge of running our award assemblies. These leaders stand in front of their peers and read the names of award winners, hand out certificates, take the award picture, and help lead the student body in our school dance. I’m so proud of them. I have never seen children this young take full responsibility for running an assembly. Why do we do it? We ask our students to be responsible, and then we give them opportunities to demonstrate what they have learned. We ask them to be confident, and then we have them speak to the entire school. We ask them to be a leader, teach them how to be a leader, and then we expect them to fulfill leadership duties. This is how we believe that children learn, this is how they improve. Having high expectations and giving clear directions are the keys to success at GPS. This is our formula for greatness. Our children are succeeding beyond what we think they can do. Thank you for raising great children and entrusting them to us. We won’t let you down. This is leadership the Goldendale Way!
The Sentinel’s Facebook Question of the Week: Question: After this summer, when will be the next time that Goldendalians will be able to see the transit of Venus in front of the sun? Answer: 2117. Winner: Barbie Gilliland.
Library trees will have to go for safety At the last Java Talk meeting, the roots to extend your taps, which discussion turned to the fate of the will weaken the tree anyway. trees around the Goldendale Li- There’s just no way around it. They’re beautiful trees. brary, with Goldendale If they could figure out a Mayor Clint Baze emphaway to do it and save sizing that for safety’s Java Talk sake, the trees would those trees, I’d be happy. Community have to go. But from my experience discussion “Is the city asking for in construction and my meeting other options?” a meetexperience with trying ing participant asked. to do things with trees “There really aren’t like that, it never works. any,” Baze responded. You dig through the root “You can’t widen the street and add system, you kill that side of the parking. You’ve got to dig through tree.”
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Lyle: pass the school levy To the Editor: To Lyle school district voters: I understand wanting to hold the board and the administration accountable for their actions or inactions. But voting no on levies is not holding them accountable; it is affecting the kids and the teachers, not the board or the administration. I believe we now have their attention. We need to overwhelmingly support this next levy attempt. Then we can pursue the changes that need to be made. By not passing the levy we are shooting ourselves, our kids and our teachers in the foot. Some members of the school board need to be voted out or harrassed enough at school board meetings that they get tired of it and quit. We have not been vocal at school board meetings until recently. We also need to take responsibility as community members for not doing our job and letting things get this far out of hand before we speak out about it. Myself included! Support our kids, our teachers and the future of Lyle School District. Supporting our kids and teachers does not mean that we necessarily support the administration or the board. At this point, not passing the levy is in my opinion inexcusable. It is like we are trying to fix a flat tire by not putting gas in our car!
Tim Roden Lyle
Trees are not all coming down at cemetery To the Editor: I would like to respond to the letter from Sarah Tebbs which was published in the paper on May 9. I’m not sure where she got her information, but my husband is the Trustee in charge of the Mt. View Cemetery and he stated it is false. The trees which are dead, rotten, or dying will be cut down. New trees will be planted to replace them. We would not even think of cutting down all the trees, as we enjoy them, too. Please, before making any statement of this kind, contact the persons responsible and verify your information.
Mavis House Goldendale
I-502 needs to be passed To the Editor: In a recent letter to the editor in The Sentinel, Joy Collins notes that marijuana is not harmless. I couldn’t agree more and would like to take this opportunity to explain why I agreed to sponsor the marijuana legalization initiative and why I urge concerned parents to vote “yes” next November. Today marijuana is illegal, yet many millions of Americans are choosing to use it. In Joy’s home
town of Lyle and throughout our country, most young people know how to acquire it. Despite the billions we’ve spent on enforcing the marijuana laws, we’ve not been nearly successful enough in preventing either its use or some people from suffering harms. The billions of dollars in profit from this underground market are directly fueling horrific violence committed by drug cartels. Not a dime from those profits is going to protecting our health and safety. I-502 offers an alternative, one that I believe will be more effective in serving young people and their families in our state. It shifts our policy to a public health approach in which a state agency, the Washington State Liquor Control Board, will tightly regulate the growing, selling, and advertising of marijuana. I support the initiative because of what we are not able to do now. For example, I want people to be educated about marijuana and its risks. That’s not happening nearly enough today. I want to see us actually use prevention approaches that we know work and provide treatment resources to people who need them. Both are rarely available. With the tax revenues from this new law, these deficits will be remedied. We can do so much better and our families and communities deserve it.
Roger A. Roffman, DSW Professor Emeritus University of Washington
Food stamps, Lucky Lindy, Johnny Carson’s last Tonight show May 16: This is quite the taste treat history date: England for still unknown reasons. Perhaps they failed root beer is invented by Charles Elmer Hires (1866); to pay their utility bills. 1964—International trust and Spam is invented by George A. Hormel (1891), and cooperation hits the skids after US diplomats discover Spaghetti-O’s sales begin. 1939—Food stamps are is- at least 40 hidden microphones in the U.S. embassy in sued for the first time. 1987—NIMBY hits the high seas Moscow. Born: Nicole Brown Simpson (1959). May 20: 1927—Charles “Lucky” Lindbergh departs when the garbage barge Bobro 400 leaves New York and is at sea for eight weeks because no dumping site wants New York beginning his 33½ hour plane trip aboard the “Spirit of St. Louis.” Also in flight histoits cargo of 3,200 tons of waste. Born: Henry ry on this day, in 1932 Amelia Earhart begins Fonda (1905). Died: Muppet creator Jim Henson. Sweet Vidalia Onions Month, National This Week her solo flight across the Atlantic and becomes the first woman to do so. 1942—Glenn Etiquette Week, Turn Beauty Inside Out Day. in History Miller and his Orchestra record his hit I’ve May 17: 1846—Antoine Joseph Sax gets a Got a Gal in Kalamazoo. Born: Joe Cocker patent on the, you guessed it, saxophone. Tim O’Neill (1944). Died: Saturday Night Live’s Gilda 1849—St. Louis is burned to the ground. Radner (1989). Flower Day. 1875—The first Kentucky Derby goes to ArisMay 21: 1719—A prospector is first detides. 1961—Castro offers to exchange prisoners from the Bay of Pigs invasion in exchange for a scribed as grizzled. 1945—Bogie and Bacall marry. ransom of 500 bulldozers. Born: Horace Elgin Dodge 1989—Approximately one million people take to Hong (1868). Died: Blacksmith and manufacturer John Deere Kong streets to show support for student protesters at Tiananmen Square. Born: Plato (427 BC). Died: Sir (1896). Pack Rat Day. May 18: 1860—The Republican Party nominates John Gielgud (2000). Victoria Day. May 22: 1992—After 30 years on NBC’s The Tonight Lincoln for president. 1980—At 8:32 am PDT, Mount St Helens erupts and kills 57 people. 2007—PETA attempts Show, Johnny Carson makes his last broadcast. 2139— to confuse hunters by dressing deer and elk in large or- Man buys a car without his salesman consulting the ange plastic vests. Born: Dwayne “Dobie Gillis” Hick- manager. Born: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859). Died: man (1934). Died: The voice of Yogi Bear and Huckle- Boxer Rocky Graziano. National Salvation Army Week. berry Hound, Daws Butler (1988). Rooster Day. May 19: 1780—Near-total darkness descends on New
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C OMMUNIT Y Kudos Allaway, students for spring concert Debbie Allaway directed the annual nandez, Kaitlyn Masden, Ashley MarGlenwood School Spring Concert on latte, and Nahaleigh Schuster); AdjecMay 9. The program began with the tive (Brian Whitefield); Adverb (Bella Couch); Preposition (Derek kindergarten through secGimlin); Interjection (Marond grade students singing songs, Making Stone Soup Glenwood quis Tyndall); Conjunction (Liam McLaughlan); and and Stone Soup, and doing a News Pronoun (Max Jacobsen). dance from the play, Stone The program concluded Soup. Glenwood with the middle school and Third through fifth Homemakers high school bands consoligraders appeared in a cute dating to perform, Procession play called The Case of the from the Water Music, the Missing Part of Speech – A Melogrammar. The play featured Kin- theme from Chariots of Fire, The Man ley Troh as Professor McMertrue who From Snowy River, and God Bless was looking for a particular part of America. While rodeo season is just getting speech that was missing from a speech she was writing. She was aided by Det. underway for 2012, the Glenwood Rodeo Hargraves (Lilly Molneaux) and Hector Association Queen Coordinator, Roxie the dog (Bailey Gimlin) as they ex- Clemmer, is already organizing tryouts plored various parts of speech. Each for the 2013 Ketchum Kalf Rodeo part of speech sang an explanation of Queen. Girls who are interested in trytheir purpose as they tried to help Prof. ing out must contact Roxie by May 21 at McMertrue find the part she was look- (509)364-3539 or clemmerinc@wilding for. Parts of speech included Herb blue.net. Tryouts will include a horsethe Verb (Andy McFall); Nouns (Nick manship pattern, parade appearance, Palmer, Carmen Guzman, Erika Her- personal interview and arena run-ins
during the Ketchum Kalf Rodeo, June 16 and 17 in Glenwood. Age requirements are between 14 and 19 as of Jan. 1, 2012. Plans are underway for the annual Glenwood Rodeo parade on Sunday, June 17. Parade entrants are asked to pre-register by June 10 this year. Please contact Chris Kuhnhausen at (509)3643627 or 75 Lakeside Road, Glenwood, WA 98619 for a parade entry form. All types of entries are being sought including individual and group walkers, bikers, floats, musical entries, equestrian groups and individuals, trucks, tractors, cars – both new and antique, political entries, etc. Coming Events: May 23: Awards Banquet, 6:30 p.m. June 1-3: Klickitat Trek Endurance Ride June 2: PTO Community Days bazaar and yard sale. June 2: PMCC youth yard sale and pancake feed at the church from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Meterorite info presented by PSU professor at men’s club meeting Dick has been studying With beautiful blue skies happening quite often as of meteorites all his adult life late, the clear cold nights and is a leading authority on have been spectacular for sky the subject. He has taught at watching. After a winter of many different institutions including Clevecloudy starless land High School evenings it has in Portland. Curbeen great to once Trout Lake rently he is a proagain be amazed at fessor at the Cascathe amount of News dian Institute of stars we are fortuMeteorites at Portnate enough to be Sofie Brubaker land State Univerable to see here in sity. He will bring Trout Lake. with him $15,000 If watching isn't your thing but you still love worth of meteorites so you the stars, then maybe some can see and handle them. hands on experience would Dick will speak at the Grange be perfect and you'll get your at 7 p.m. on May 24, for the chance on Thursday, May 24. Trout Lake Men's Club. The If you ever wanted to know public is welcome. In the more about meteorites and morning he will be speaking shooting stars, then you will to the students of Trout Lake School. want to hear Dick Pugh.
First Aid classes begin Saturday at Activity Center
Thank SAR volunteers this week
Gorge Networks is now offering higher internet speeds for Lyle. Between passing emails and a telephone interview, a Gorge Network representative explained the new set up as follows: “The Wifi at (inside) the Activity Center is still free to the public. We have just installed a new wireless access point which gives the residents a higher speed connection than they previously enjoyed. We can now get people up to 3Mb (megabites) broadband internet where we were only getting 1.5 Mb before; so twice as fast. We just want residents of Lyle to know that this is an option for them if they are interested in faster internet for video streaming, gaming, etc. A recent tower upgrade means residents in downtown Lyle (One block of Hwy. 14 and all areas south of Lyle News north Hwy. 14) and Rowena can now get this upgrade. The new site is west of Rowena Mildred Lykens and Lyle on the Washington side of the river, so if you have a view in that direction, please give our sales department a call to get started, (541) 386-8300 ext. 301.” The Lyle-Balch Cemetery was buzzing with worker bees on Saturday. Although this year the clean up was scheduled a week earlier than usual, many turned out and cleaned their family plots. From one end to the other workers joined forces and took on the challenge of a year’s accumulation of leaves, pine cones and needles from the many trees inside the cemetery. Old flower arrangements were replaced with new ones in hopes that Memorial Day visitors will find it as clean and green as possible. Those unable to join the group will find personal time to honor their loved ones resting place before then. A First Aid/CPR class is being offered at the Activity Center on May 19, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Please contact Risi Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org This month’s Lyle Community Council meeting normally held on the fourth Monday each month has been canceled due to a lack of quorum because of a vacationing board member. Submit your news to: Mildred Lykens: 365-0060 – email@example.com
Have you noticed a lot more people in struggling to make ends meet, senior cititown this week? They are possibly Search zens on limited income, veterans, or handiand Rescue volunteers that are here this capped individuals unable to complete the week for the conference being held at the work themselves. To apply for this 'A Brush With Kindness' fairgrounds, where they will be taking many different classes this whole week. If project, call Pat Brim-Williams (773-4585 or you see a person that you know to be a 509-439-2992 and leave your name, number, search and rescue volunteer, please thank address, and email. Applications will be available at Goldendale United them for all they do to rescue Methodist Church office the last someone or help save lives. Maybe week in May. someone in your family has needHear’s Other community volunteers ed their services at one time. These volunteers do not get paid, Goldendale or corporate teams can sign up to volunteer for this summer so a Thank You would really help. project. We also are looking for There will be a public demonDiana sponsors for the next project stration of many things these volNotestine $50 -$500. Sponsors will be menunteers do in their rescue attioned in all publicity and be tempts. You can even see Insitu honored at the dedication of the from Bingen, demonstrate how their Drone works. And if the weather co- project party when project is finished. Golden Pine Alpacas in Goldendale is operates, there will also be a lifeflight demo. The public is invited at 11:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. holding an Open Farm Day on May 19 from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. this Saturday, May 19, at the Fairgrounds. Visitors can see the alpacas in glorious Do you own your home but are unable to afford to paint the exterior? Do you need full fleece - one week before shearing. Open Farm Day will feature haltering help with hauling away your junk, minor and leading demonstrations. Baskets of landscaping and weatherization? A Goldendale community-based “A fleece will be available for touching. VisiBrush With Kindness” project (affiliated tors can see needle-felted teddy bears, purswith the Tri-Cities Habitat for Humanity) es and decorative pillows and watch needlewill be using volunteers, donated materials, felting artist Glenda Buschman create a exterior paint contributed by Valspar na- teddy bear from Golden Pine alpaca fleece. For more information about the event tionally, and a no-interest minimal loan (10% of the costs not to include paint or and directions to Golden Pine Alpacas call work by volunteers) to make repairs afford- 509-773-6184 and ask for Pat or Barb, or visit able and help low-income homeowners in www.goldenpinealpacas.com Send your article to my new address at Goldendale continue to live independently and securely in safe homes. Eligibility de- firstname.lastname@example.org. pends on need, ability to pay, willingness to partner with ABWK and includes families
Graduation time coming Marilyn Meyer of Shoreline, passed away this past week. She was a former resident here for many years and the wife of Pastor Bill Meyer Also, J i m Wr i g h t , East End husband News of Susan R e a d Ada Ruth Wr i g h t , Whitmore passed a w a y this past weekend. He is also survived by two sons Shane (Laura) and J. J. (Heather) and three little granddaughters. Peggy Naught Woodard of Goldendale has been visiting with her son Joshua in Alabama. He is stationed there in the Coast Guard. Mark your calendar - baccalaureate services at church May 30, at 7 p.m.; high school graduation June 3, at 3 p.m. Kindergarten promotion day and eighth grade promotion programs are June 6; kindergarten at 11 a.m. and eighth grade at 1 p.m. On May 29, at 6:30 p.m., there is spring awards program for high school students. Thursday is senior bus day to The Dalles. Check in with Linda Lasley if you intend to take the cemetery tours on May 21.
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Pedal through great scenery in the Mt. Adams Bicycle Tour The southern slopes of Mt. Adams in June are a pedaling paradise with good roads, exceptional weather, cool temps, easy to challenging rides and unequaled vistas against the glorious snowclad backdrop of magnificent Mt Adams. The Mt Adams Country Bicycle Tour is the perfect chance to explore the area with other riders enjoying the fresh mountain air and spectacular views from two-wheels. The 10th Annual Mt. Adams Country Tour (MACBT), set for June 30, promises to be better than ever. The tours follow country roads with minimal traffic, winding through some of the most beautiful countryside around. The rides are fully sag and safety supported, with well-marked routes, rest/snack stops, lunch for century riders and dinner for everyone. Choose from four tour options: • 11.5 Mile Family Fun Ride - is a leisurely loop through the beautiful Trout Lake Valley with panoramic views of Mt. Adams and Mt. Hood. 240 ft. elev. gain. Check-in/registration: 10 a.m. to noon. • 51 Mile Valley Loop first takes you south to BZ Corner, then a gradual 6.5mile climb to Glenwood passes through spectacular rural and farmland scenery, past Conboy Lake Wildlife Refuge with many glimpses of Mt. Adams and possible sightings of elk, deer and migratory birds. The route then loops
back through pine forest into the Trout Lake Valley. 2,700 ft. total elevation gain. Check-in/registration: 8 a.m. to 11a.m 54-Mile Forest Loop starts with a challenging 14.5mile climb (2,000 ft. elev. gain), including a short 10 percent grade, followed by a long downhill ride with waterfalls, creeks, eagles and all the majesty this special country provides. From there a 10-mile climb to Big Tire Junction precedes a downhill ride you’ll never forget back to Trout Lake. 3,800 ft. total elevation gain. Check-in/registration: 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. 105-Mile Infinity Ride begins with the Green Loop, then a stop at Heavenly Grounds for lunch, before continuing on the Yellow Loop to complete your century-plus ride. Total 6,500 ft. elevation gain. Check-in/registration: 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Ride fees: 11.5-mile Family Fun Ride - $15 by June 1, $20 after June 1. 51, 54 or 105 mile rides - $55 by June 1, $65 after June 1. Prices include T-Shirt and
LOOKING BACK May 16, 2012 25 Years Ago – May 14, 1987 • PUD employees got the credit they deserved at the utility’s annual awards and appreciation banquet earlier this month. Paul Enwards and Roger Parton were honored for each completing 20 years on the job at the Klickitat PUD. Parton is a line foreman; Enwards a materials supervisor. Additional employees longevity recognition went to Darlene Watson, 15 years; Tom Svendsen and Bob Havig, 10 years each; Mary Jean Lord, Nadine Huxley and Don Slawson, 5 years each.
SCENIC FUN: Mt. Adams makes a great backdrop for one of the best bicycling experiences in the state. The 10th annual event is held June 30, in Trout Lake.
post ride feast. A light lunch is included for the 105 mile ride. Additional Ride T-shirts and post ride meals for nonriding guests may be purchased for $10 each. Online registration, additional information and route maps are available at www.TroutLakeWashington.com. The Mt Adams Country Bike Tour is a major fund raising event organized by
the non-profit Trout Lake Area Business Association to help support community charity and service groups. Last year more than $3000 was raised to help school programs, area fire departments, the local grange, etc. For more information please contact Dr. Rick Allen at DrRick@CascadeWellnessClinic.com or by phone at (509) 395-0024 or (503) 803-2766 (cell).
50 Years Ago – May 10, 1962 • One hundred forty five persons toured the Presby Mansion in Goldendale last Sunday in an open house inspection conducted by the KCHS. Visitors trooped through the old dwelling, examining the wood work, stair casings, large roomy bedrooms and bathrooms, and especially the sealed attic room lighted with a sky-light. They looked over the three beautiful tiled fireplaces on the main floor, the large parlor and entrance hall and the huge kitchen with its wood range before visiting the dining room for a cup of coffee and cookies. 75 Years Ago – May 20, 1937 • Wm. Wright, government trapper in this county, is credited with a kill of 34 pup and 2 adult coyotes for April. The report, in part, reads: “The big loss of wild life, domestic stock and poultry from the deprivation of coyotes occurs during spring months, while they are raising their young. In order to cut these losses to a minimum, 3 extra men were added to the force, and the entire personnel were concentrated in the principal denning areas. For some reason we do not attempt to explain, the dens are smaller than they have been for several years, the average not exceeding five where normally it is above seven.” Compiled by Jean Allyn Smeltzer, of the Klickitat County Historical Society
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Sentry Market burglar came in through roof ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN REPORTER
A burglar gained entry into the Sentry Market in the early morning hours of May 13 and made off with approximately $1,200 worth of cigarettes and beer. According to the police report, the manager at Sentry opened the store on Sunday and discovered a broken bottle of wine on the floor. After reviewing the inside video monitors, police con-
cluded that a white male wearing dark clothing was responsible for the burglary inside the store. It was also determined that he entered the store through an access in the roof which has since been secured. The store is protected by an extensive security system, but for reasons unknown, the alarm failed to trigger although the system was armed when the manager entered the store. The burglary is still under investigation.
RULES OF THE ROAD: GMS students were out practicing their riding skills earlier this week. The bikes and helmets were purchased by the school through a grant.
Bike course at Goldendale helps get kids to and from school safely Ensuring safe passage to and from school is the goal of a new bicycle curriculum at Goldendale Middle School. Grant funds allowed Goldendale to send four faculty members from the middle and high schools to training for the Safe Routes to School program, which is designed to teach children skills to walk or ride a bicycle safely. The course includes classroom time on relevant vocabulary and rules of the road plus bicycle riding practice. The grant of more than $21,000 funded the purchase of 30, seven-speed bicycles, helmets and a transportation and storage trailer with assistance from the Bicycle Alliance of Washington. Faculty members Jay Thacker, Jennifer Holycross, Lance Den Boer and Ginger Plum are providing the instruction at the middle school and high school, respectively.
Summer lock schedule in effect on Columbia River May 15 marks the start of the summer schedule for recreational boaters using navigation locks to travel past U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers, Corps navigation planners announced Friday. Recreational craft lockage schedule for the period May 15 through Sept. 15 is as follows: Upstream: 9 a.m., 12:01 p.m., 3 p.m., 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Downstream: 9:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
GRAND OPENING: Maryhill Museum of Art celebrated the opening of it’s new wing and terrace on Saturday and Sunday. Admission was free and the event was accompanied by a car show.
Grant supports SKCN education effort on effects of child abuse and neglect The Skamania Klickitat Community Network (SKCN) was recently awarded a $2,000 grant from Burlington-Northern Santa Fe Railway Foundation to expand information for parents and community members on the life-long health effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). These include severe child abuse and neglect, abandonment, witnessing domestic violence, death or incarceration of a parent, parental depression and substance abuse. SKCN is one of 42 Community Health and Safety Networks associated with the Wash-
ington State Family Policy Council. Together they work to reduce negative behaviors that can lead to health problems. Obesity, heart attacks, high blood pressure, strokes, learning disorders, diabetes, migraines and other chronic public health problems have been linked to toxic stress associated with ACE's. SKCN offers parenting information and support to rural families throughout Skamania and Klickitat County. For more information, visit the Network’s website at community. gorge.net/skcnparentsupport or call (866) 631-1997.
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S PORTS Early exit for Wolves as pitching throttles offense ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN REPORTER
Losses to Ki-Be and Royal shut down the Goldendale Timberwolves’ baseball season last week, a disappointing end to an otherwise great season. The Wolves were 8-4 in league, finishing second to the Naches Valley Rangers and 16-6 overall. Last week started with a
17-9 home win over Columbia-Burbank. Michael Trunkey lofted a ball over the short, center field fence for a three run homer and it looked like the game was headed to an early end with a 7-0 lead after two innings. Both teams were shaky in the field and Burbank gained confidence in the third inning after the Wolves committed three errors and
KEY RUNNER: Nolin Bare is safe at third. Bare represented the tying run in the seventh inning against Royal.
scored six runs. In the end, pitching woes for the Coyotes sealed their fate. Three Wolves were hit by pitches in the bottom half of the inning and three runs scored off walks. Goldendale was on top 13-6 by the end of the inning, but had to go the distance for the win. Goldendale needed just one win in their next two games to go to State. There was also a chance that they would meet Naches Valley one more time to settle their series after the teams split a double header during league play. The second game was against SCAC east champion Ki-Be, who Goldendale defeated 2-1, 5-3 during the season. This time it was all KiBe as Carl Robb silenced the Timberwolf bats with a fiveinning, two-hit shutout, 10-0. Three Wolves reached base on walks and one by error. Lucas Denney accounted for the only Goldendale hits. Any dreams of playing the Rangers were gone. Naches Valley would go on to win the title game 5-3 over Ki-Be. Goldendale was still alive
and just needed to beat the number two team from the east, Royal. But, it wasn’t to be as the Knights’ Daniel Vermeer was in control on the mound. Third inning errors helped the Knights score their only runs in the 3-2 game. Nolin Bare scored in the third inning off a Denney single and two runners reached in the fourth and fifth innings, but the Wolves couldn’t come up with the timely hit to drive in runs. Ethan Enstad led off the seventh with a ground ball to the short stop who couldn’t make the play. Bare followed with a walk, but the next two batters went down on an infield fly and a strike out. Ben Cochran reached on an error on the third baseman, scoring Enstad with Bare advancing to third. Tim Bartkowski hit a chopper up the middle, just out of the reach of the pitcher, but the ball bounced into the base path where it struck Cochran for the final out. Vermeer went the distance for the win, striking out six batters. He got six
KILLING THE THREAT: Goldendale’s Ethan Enstad guns down Royal’s Kent Christensen in the fourth inning. Wade Gaston stood his ground and made the put out. outs on ground balls and six more on pop-ups. Goldendale only managed to get five balls out of the infield, including a lead-off double in the fifth inning by Bare. Bare, Enstad, Trunkey and Austin Faulconer will graduate this year leaving an experience group led by four juniors to make another run next year.
Manager Bob Dohrman complemented his seniors and the team as a whole. “One thing I really liked was the fact that we were battling to the last out of the season. We had some frustrating losses but some really good wins against tough teams. That’s something we can build on,” said Dohrman.
Pirate boys and TLG girls win team titles in B District meet at Glenwood ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN REPORTER
There is nothing a coach likes better than to see athletes peaking when championship time rolls around and Coach Darrell Lang was beaming more than usual after his track team won the boys title and the girls finished second to TLG at the Greater Columbia Gorge District meet, Friday. First among those who are peaking for the Pirates is Peter Clinton, who set PRs to win the 400 meters and pole vault. Clinton’s performance in the pole vault sets up a great battle between him and teammate Nic Venema who also has a 12-6 PR in the event. Both athletes are after the school record of 12-9 which looks about to fall, either at the Regional meet in Wapato this Friday or perhaps on the big stage at State. Other Pirates with wins on Friday were Venema in
the 110 and 300 meter hurdles, Mitchell Powers in the triple jump, and Joey Cardenas with a PR 12:39.65 in the 3200 meter run. It wasn’t a win, but a performance of note was the PR toss for second in the shot put by Taylor Brown who is finding a way to contribute while battling pain in his foot. Not to be outdone on individual performances were Time Lambert and Cole Walters of Klickitat. Lacking in numbers, the Vandals weren’t in the running for the team title, but Lambert set a new long jump PR, in fact he crushed his old PR by about a foot at 16-9.5 and he tied his high jump PR of 5-10 to win both events. Walters had his usual walk-over in the weight events, winning discus, javelin and shot put. His shot put toss of 41-2.5 is a new PR for Walters. Lyle-Wishram was runner up for the boys’ team, edging TLG 76-71. Kyle Radke took
the 100 and Jonathan Von Ahn returned from a hip injury to win the 200. Alex King was a double winner in the 800 and 1600 for TLG. He 1600 winning time of 5:02.93 was just enough to hold off the Cougars’ Michael Hickman who had a PR 5:06.47. Likewise, Chance Carpenter set a PR in his runner-up run in the 400 meters. On the ladies’ side of things, three girls dominated the meet and the depth of TLG allowed them to hold off Bickleton 123 to 102. Lindsay Brown and Jamie Venema each won four events for the Pirates. Brown won the 100 meters, 100 meter hurdles and 300 meter hurdles and she set a PR of 4-11 in the high jump. Venema won the 200 meters, pole vault, long jump and triple jump. TLG had a triple win from Valerie Vogt in the 800, 1600 and 3200 meter runs. The Mustang-
See Track, Page B8
TEAM TITLE: Goldendale riders came home from the State Equestrian Meet with some large hardware as Champions of the small team division. They also came home with gold medals, signifying first place for Heather Ault and Katharina Palme in team sorting and Jessica Kaseberg and Amelia Tyndall in birangle. Kaseberg had three other individual top 10 finishes, second in breakaway roping for a silver medal, fourth in barrels and seventh in dressage. Tyndall was eighth in keyhole. The Canadian flags relay team of Kaseberg, Tyndall, Palme and Heather McElravy also placed eighth. Pictured with their coaches are: front left to right, Katharina Palme and Amelia Tyndall. Back row: Robin Hudson (coach), Gabriele Bradley (coach), Makiah Steen, Heather Ault, Jessica Kaseberg, Mary Huber (coach), Heather McElravy, and Sharon Fouts (coach).
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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 Second Tuesday •Klickitat Republicans meet at 6 p.m. at the Dallesport Community Center. www.klickitatrepublicans.org. Every Tuesday and Thursday •KLCK Klickitat AM talk show at 8:35 a.m. on 1400am or klck1400.com. 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. Ancestry.com 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 klck1400.com. •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 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 Second Saturday •Pencil with Joan at the Golden Art Gallery at 10 a.m. 773-5100 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. Every Third Sunday •Breakfast at the Goldendale American Legion Post 116 for members and guests from 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
WEATHER EAST DISTRICT COURT Wednesday, May 16 P Cloudy, High 76, Low 38 Sunrise: 5:30 a.m. Sunset: 8:30 p.m. Thursday, May 17 P Cloudy, High 69, Low 35 Sunrise: 5:29 a.m. Sunset: 8:31 p.m. Friday, May 18 Sunny, High 67, Low 34 Sunrise: 5:28 a.m. Sunset: 8:32 p.m. Saturday, May 19 P Cloudy, High 71, Low 40 Sunrise: 5:27 a.m. Sunset: 8:34 p.m. Sunday, May 20 P Cloudy, High 77, Low 47 Sunrise: 5:26 a.m. Sunset: 8:35 p.m. Monday, May 21 P CLoudy, High 73, Low 43 Sunrise: 5:25 a.m. Sunset: 8:36 p.m. Tuesday, May 22 Showers, High 66, Low 41 Sunrise: 5:24 a.m. Sunset: 8:37 p.m.
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Upcoming Events Thursday, May 17 •Goldendale Chamber of Commerce business luncheon at the American Legion at noon. Speaker is KPUD General Manager Jim Smith. Friday, May 18 •Wishram Diabetic Support Group meeting at 3 p.m. at the Wishram Community Church. Leslie Lafrantz, RN, Certified Diabetic Educator (CDE) at Klickitat Valley Health will be our speaker once again. This support group is open to all diabetics, their family and friends. Friday & Saturday, May 18 & 19 •Spring Creek Cemetery clean-up day. Projects include: road improvements, tree removal, headstone repair and improved drainage. Contact Robert Ihrig for more information, 773-4507. Saturday, May 19 •Second annual goat academy in Centerville from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Gateway Farms. Cost is $35 if pre-paid and includes workshops, meal and entertainment. For more information, call Renee Kreinbring at (509) 225-0371. •Wonderworks Children’s Museum of the Gorge family festival from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Live entertainment, tons of fun and creative kids activities, games, prizes, and much more! Wonderworks is located at 206 Madison Street in The Dalles. •Golden Pine Alpacas open farm day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. See the alpacas in full fleece one week before shearing, spinning and needle-felting demonstrations and more. For more infomation, call 773-6184. Saturday & Sunday, May 19 & 20 •High Prairie Firehouse Sale at Aleckson’s Haybarn, located at 783 Centerville Highway. Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Food booth opens at 8 a.m. (509) 365-4429 Monday, May 21 •JOM program for Native American students in Goldendale at the primary school. Starts at 6 p.m. with a potluck.
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April 12 •Jacob Dale Anthis: Following Too Close (2/27/12); Committed, fine $124. •Bonita M. Darr: Speeding 11 MPH Over Limit (2/20/12); Not Committed. •Juan Carlos Olivares: Speeding 10 MPH Over Limit (3/16/12); Dismissed. •Daniel Frederick Zoretic: Speeding 10 MPH Over Limit (2/22/12); Dismissed. •Calvin Norval Beeks: Speeding 15 MPH Over Limit (3/23/12); Committed, fine $100. •Ashlee Lynn Gilbert: Negligent Driving 2 (3/9/12); deferred finding, $125. •Jesusita Gunnyon: Fl. Renew Expired Reg. Less Than Two Months (3/19/12); Commmitted, fine $80. •Michelle Nanette Morse: Speeding 20 MPH Over Limit (3/16/12); Deferred finding, $125. •Skott Jarrett Seward: Speeding 13 MPH Over Limit (3/22/12); Committed, fine $100. April 17 •Robert Owen Bafus: DWLS 3 (3/5/12); Amended to Driving Without License With ID, $250 bail forfeiture to amended charge. •Robert Owen Bafus: ORV Oper. Public Land - Violate Rules (3/5/12); Committed, fine $100. •Jacqueline Colleen Gahagan: Malicious Mischief 3 (9/18/11); 12 month stipulated order of continuance, fines/fees $230. •Jenice Rachelle Nemeyer: DWLS 3 (12/16/11); Amended to Driving Without License With ID, bail forfeiture to
amended charge, $315. •John Lee Poe: Protection Order Violation (12/30/11); 12 month stipulated order of continuance, fines/fees $284. •Jose Luis Villalobos: DUI (1/6/12); Dismissed per city motion. •Jose Luis Villalobos: Negligent Driving 1 (1/6/12); Guilty plea, 90 days/90 susp., fines/fees $695, 24 months bench probation. •Mark Allen Wynhoff: DWLS 3 (2/25/12); Amended to Driving Without License With ID, bail forfeiture to amended charge, $250. •Mark Allen Wynhoff: DWLS 3 (3/4/12); Dismissed per plea agreement. •Edward Rico George, Jr.: DUI (11/15/09); Found guilty, 364 days/362 susp., fines/fees $741, 60 months bench probation. April 19 •Sara Ann Baker: Passing Stopped School Bus (2/8/12); Dismissed. April 24 •Bruce Eugene Ault: Taking Protected Fish/Wildlife (11/29/10); Dismissed per stipulated order of continuance. •Corey A. Bardes: DUI (12/2/11); Amended to Negligent Driving 1, guilty plea to amended charge, 90 days/90 susp., fines/fees $1,087.50, 24 months bench probation. •Patsy Sue Burris: Use/Deliver Drug Parapher nalia (8/5/10); Dismissed per stipulated order of continuance. •Jordan Douglas Crabtree: Protection Order Violation (2/3/12); Guilty plea, 364 days/364 susp., fines/fees $968.50, 24 months bench probation.
Goldendale School Lunch Menu Thursday, May 17 Primary School Breakfast - Biscuit, sausage, fruit, milk Lunch - Beef dippers, fries, bread, veggies, fruit, milk Middle School Breakfast - Breakfast sandwich, fruit, milk Lunch - Lasagna, salad, corn, garlic bread, fruit, milk High School Breakfast - Breakfast pizza, hashbrown, fruit, orange juice, milk Lunch - Deli sandwich or burrito Friday, May 18 Primary School Breakfast - Oatmeal, toast, juice, milk Lunch - Chickenburger, cookie, fruit, milk Middle School Breakfast - Oatmeal, toast, juice, milk Lunch - Chickenburger, fries, brownie, veggies, fruit, milk High School Breakfast - Breakfast sandwich, hashbrown, fruit, orange juice, milk Lunch - Chickenburger or taco Monday, May 21 Primary School Breakfast - Pancakes, fruit, milk Lunch - Chicken nuggets, fries, veggies, bread, applesauce, milk Middle School Breakfast - Pancakes, fruit, milk
Lunch - Pizza, salad, green beans, bread, cookie, fruit, milk High School Breakfast - Breakfast sandwich, hashbrown, fruit, orange juice, milk Lunch - Chickenburger or beef dippers Tuesday, May 22 Primary School Breakfast - Cold cereal, toast, fruit, milk Lunch - Soup, sandwich, veggies, cobbler, fruit, milk Middle School Breakfast - Cold cereal, toast, fruit, milk Lunch - Chili cheese nachos, salad, veggies, bread, applesauce, milk High School Breakfast - Breakfast burrito, hashbrown, fruit, orange juice, milk Lunch - Taco casserole or baked potato bar Wednesday, May 23 Primary School Breakfast - Cold cereal, toast, fruit, milk Lunch - Pizza, green beans, veggies, fruit, milk Middle School Breakfast - Oatmeal toast, fruit, milk Lunch - Corn dog, fries, green beans, veggies, fruit, milk High School Breakfast - Low fat muffin, hashbrown, fruit, orange juice, milk Lunch - Pizza or spanish casserole
2/10/98, Dependency Petition #12-7-00006-2 filed 1/17/12 (natural mother Estela Mendoza) and CYNTHIA MENDOZA, dob 1/28/97, Dependency Petition #12-7-00005-4 filed 1/17/12 (natural mother Estela Mendoza); PABLO MENDOZA, Alleged Father of HERMELINDA MENDOZA, dob 2/10/98, Dependency Petition #12-700006-2 filed 1/17/12 (natural mother Estela Mendoza) and CYNTHIA MENDOZA, dob 1/28/97, Dependency Petition #12-7-00005-4 filed 1/17/12 (natural mother Estela Mendoza) and CELIA MENDOZA, dob 1/27/95, Dependency Petition #12-700004-6 filed 1/17/12 (natural mother Estela Mendoza); DAVID COBA PALAMOERO, Alleged Father of CELIA MENDOZA, dob 1/27/95, Dependency Petition #12-7-00004-6 filed 1/17/12 (natural mother Estela Mendoza); UNKNOWN BIOLOGICAL FATHER and anyone claiming a paternal interest of HERMELINDA MENDOZA, dob 2/10/98, Dependency Petition #12-7-00006-2 filed 1/17/12 (natural mother Estela Mendoza) and CYNTHIA MENDOZA, dob 1/28/97, Dependency Petition #12-7-00005-4 filed 1/17/12 (natural mother Estela Mendoza) and CELIA MENDOZA, dob 1/27/95, Dependency Petition #12-700004-6 filed 1/17/12 (natur-
al mother Estela Mendoza); A Dependency Petition was filed; A Fact Finding hearing will be held on this matter on: June 19, 2012 at 1:30 p.m. at Klickitat County Superior Court, Juvenile Division, 205 S. Columbus, Goldendale, WA 98620. YOU SHOULD BE PRESENT AT THIS HEARING. NOTICE: You have important legal rights and you must take steps to protect your interests. 1) You have the right to a fact-finding hearing before a Judge/Court Commissioner. 2) You have the right to have a lawyer represent you at the hearing. If you cannot afford a lawyer, the court will appoint one to represent you. 3) At the hearing, you have the right to speak on your own behalf, to introduce evidence, to examine witnesses, and to receive a decision based solely on the evidence presented to the Judge/Court Commissioner. THE HEARING WILL DETERMINE IF YOUR CHILD IS DEPENDENT AS DEFINED IN RCW 13.34.030(6). THIS BEGINS A JUDICIAL PROCESS WHICH COULD RESULT IN PERMANENT LOSS OF YOUR PARENTAL RIGHTS. IF YOU DO NOT APPEAR AT THE HEARING THE COURT MAY ENTER A DEPENDENCY ORDER IN YOUR ABSENCE.
N OTICES 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 Superior Court of Washington for Klickitat County Estate of Ned K. Kayser, Deceased. No. 12-4-00013-4 Probate Notice to Creditors RCW 11.40.030 The Personal Representative named below has been appointed as Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statue of limita-
THIS JUST IN: • Mitigated Determination of Non-Significance/Flat Top Mountain - Klickitat County Planning • Mitigated Determination of Non-Significance/Crafton Road - Klickitat County Planning • Public Hearing Notice/Darland Street - City of Goldendale • Determination of Non-significance /Flying H. Ranch Klickitat County Planning • Non-probate Notice to Creditors/Wirick, Dale - Antipolo & Paul • Notice to Creditors/Lemley, Margarett - Ross R. Rakow
tions, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Personal Representative or the Personal Representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Personal Representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(3); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets.
Date of First Publication: May 2, 2012. Personal Representative: Kelli K. Kayser Attorney for the Personal Representative: Charles K. Toole Address for Mailing or Service: 112 West 4th Street The Dalles, OR 97058 (1807, 1904, 2002) NOTICE AND SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN And TO: UNKNOWN BIOLOGICAL FATHER and anyone claiming a paternal interest of ELIJAH OWEN KUCHER, dob 11/4/11, Dependency Petition #12-7-00009-7 filed 2/9/12 (natural mother Jennifer Drotar); EDWARDO MENDOZA, Alleged Father of HERMELINDA MENDOZA, dob
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N OTICES From Page B3 To request a copy of the Notice, Summons, and Dependency, call DSHS at (509) 493-6180. DATED this 19TH day of April, 2012. Saundra Olson, Klickitat County Clerk By: Connie McEwen, Deputy Clerk (1812, 1906, 2003) CITY OF GOLDENDALE Notice of Public Hearing The Goldendale City Council will conduct a public hearing in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 1103 S Columbus, Goldendale, Washington 98620 at 7:00 pm, or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, on May 21, 2012. The purpose of said hearing is to hear all interested parties who wish to testify for or against the City of Goldendale’s Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program. Connie Byers, ClerkTreasurer (1908, 2004)
fueled backup electric generator and associated equipment. The proposed project location is within a portion of Section 7, T6N, R10E, W.M., Klickitat County, WA (Trout Lake vicinity). After review of 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 MDNS are available at the Klickitat County Planning Department during normal business hours. Comments or appeals on the above environmental reviews will be accepted until 5:00 p.m., June 1, 2012. Comments shall be submitted to the Klickitat County Planning Department, 228 West Main, MS: CH-17, Goldendale, WA 98620; 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. (2007)
PUBLIC NOTICE Small Works Roster Wishram School District, Wishram WA, is developing PUBLIC NOTICE a SW roster. Please call Andrea, (509) 748-2551, for Klickitat County Mitigated Determination of Noninformation. (1910, 2006) Significance Notice is hereby given that Klickitat County issued PUBLIC NOTICE Klickitat County Mitigated Mitigated Determination of Determination of Non- Non-significance (MDNS) on May 10, 2012 under SEPA Significance Notice is hereby given that Rules (Chapter 197-11 Klickitat County issued WAC) and the Klickitat Environmental Mitigated Determination of County Non-significance (MDNS) on Ordinance Number 121084 May 10, 2012 under SEPA for the following proposal: Rules (Chapter 197-11 SEP2012-05: Applicant: J. WAC) and the Klickitat Arlie Bryant requesting a County Environmental Conditional Use Permit Ordinance Number 121084 (CUP2012-06) for a proposal to construct a 30 acre rock for the following proposal: SEP2012-04: Applicant: quarry including crushing Klickitat County and screening of rock, park(Representative: Steven ing and stockpiling areas. Brown) requesting a The proposed project is Conditional Use Permit within a portion of Section (CUP2012-05) for a propos- 31, T4N, R16E, W.M., al to build and operate a Klickitat County, WA (off communications facility on Crafton Road, Goldendale Flat Top Mountain radio site vicinity). including a 12’ x 24’ equip- After review of completed ment shelter, a new 120 ft environmental checklist and steel lattice tower, chain link other information on file the security fence, propane Klickitat County Responsible
Official has determined that this proposal will not have probable significant adverse impacts on the environment. Copies of the MDNS are available at the Klickitat County Planning Department during normal business hours. Comments or appeals on the above environmental reviews will be accepted until 5:00 p.m., June 1, 2012. Comments shall be submitted to the Klickitat County Planning Department, 228 West Main, MS: CH-17, Goldendale, WA 98620; 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 B projects, payable to Klickitat County Planning Department. (2008) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Goldendale Planning Commission will conduct a Public Hearing in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 1103 S. Columbus, Goldendale, Washington, at 7:00 PM on May 31, 2012 to consider a request by Everett Hopper for a rezone from two-family residential (R-2) to General Commercial (GC) for the following described piece of property: Lots 1-3 and Lot 7-12 and a portion of vacated Darland Street, Terminal Addition, located near the intersection of East Collins and Schuster Street. The purpose of the hearing is to give all interested parties and agencies an opportunity to present their statements for or against the requested Rezone. Action may be taken to grant, reject or to table the action to a further meeting. /s/ Keith Silen, Chairman (2009, 2102) PUBLIC NOTICE Klickitat County Determination of NonSignificance Notice is hereby given that Klickitat County issued a Determination of Non-significance (DNS) on May 10, 2012, under SEPA Rules (Chapter 197-11 WAC) and the Klickitat County
Environmental Ordinance Number 121084 for the following proposal: SEP2012-09: Applicant: Flying H Ranch requesting an alteration of Lot 2, SP8317 to 21 acres and a vacation of the remaining 211.77 acres of Lot 2; SP83-17. The project is located within a portion of Section 14, T4N, R15E, W.M., Klickitat County, WA (Goldendale 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 business hours. Comments or appeals on the above environmental review will be accepted until 5:00 p.m., June 1, 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. (2010) SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KLICKITAT COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of Dale A. Wirick, Deceased No. 12-4-00015-1 Notice Agent’s Nonprobate Notice to Creditors (RCW 11.42.030) The Notice Agent named below has elected to give notice to creditors of the above-named Decedent. As of the date of filing of a copy of this notice with the Court, the Notice Agent has no knowledge of any other person acting as Notice Agent or of the appointment of a personal representative of the Decedent’s Estate in the State of Washington. According to the records of the Court as are available on the date of the filing of this notice with the Court, a cause number regarding the Decedent has not been issued to any other Notice
Agent and a personal representative of the Decedent’s Estate has not been appointed. Any person having a claim against the Decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.42.070 by serving on or mailing to the Notice Agent or the Notice Agent’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court in which the Notice Agent’s declaration and oath were filed. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Notice Agent served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.42.020(2) (c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.42.050 and 11.42.060. The bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of First Publication: May 16, 2012. The Notice Agent declares under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of Washington on April 24, 2012, at Everett, Washington that the foregoing is true and correct. Notice Agent: Gretchen A. Wirick 7602 50th Place N.E. Marysville, WA 98270 Attorney for Notice Agent: Virginia C. Antip9olo-Utt, WSBA No. 14696 Antipolo & Paul Law Firm, P.S. 2825 Colby Avenue, Suite 301 Everett, WA 98201 Address for Mailing or Service: Antipolo & Paul Law Firm, P.S. c/o Virginia C. Antipolo-Utt 2825 Colby Avenue, Suite 301 Everett, WA 98201 Court of Notice Agent’s Oath and Declaration and Cause Number: Klickitat County Superior Court No. 12-400015-1.
Court of Will Only Filing and Cause Number: Snohomish County Superior Court No. 12-4-00368-3. (2011, 2103, 2203) PUBLIC NOTICE Superior Court of Washington for Klickitat County In the matter of the estate of Margarett Anne Lemley, deceased No. 12-4-00185 Notice to Creditors The Personal representative named below has been appointed and has qualified as personal representative of this estate. A Person having a claim against the decedent must, before the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving or mailing to the personal representative or the attorney for the personal representative at the address below stated a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim in the court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the personal representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided in RCW 11.40.020(1) (c); or four months after the date of first publication of the Notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.06. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of first publication: May 16, 2012. Date of Filing: May 8, 2012. Robert Micheal Lemley, Personal Representative 806 South Golden St. Goldendale, WA 98620 Ross R. Rakow Attorney for Estate 117 East Main St. Goldendale, WA 98620 Tele: 509-773-4988 (2012, 2104, 2204)
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AA Woman's meeting, 7 pm every Tuesday at Solid Rock Church, 2308 E 12th, The Dalles.
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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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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.
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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 Family Alzheimer's/Dementia Support Group Family members and friends caring for individuals with Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia are invited to participate in our Dementia Support Group. Come and gain support and insight from others who are going thru or have gone thru this journey. Join us monthly in a caring environment to discuss your challenges and questions. Meeting held the third Wednesday, every month, at 3:00 pm at FlagStone Senior Living at 3325 Columbia View Drive. For more information about our group, contact Karen Deswert at 541-298-5656. All Welcome! GOLDENDALE Pregnancy Resource Center Center Hours: Tues & Fri 11am-4:30pm. Thursday 1pm-4:30pm. 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.
Help Wanted General ....75 Help Wanted Domestic/ In Home .........................76 Help Wanted Medical/ Health 77 Help Wanted Office/ Clerical...........................78 T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Help Wanted Sales/Cus79 Sensibly). Tuesdays 9 a.m. tomer Service at Riverview Comm. Bank. Positions Wanted ...........80 Volunteers......................82 773-4766. Work from Home T.O.P.S. (Take off Pounds Employment...................83 Sensibly), Thursdays, 6 Job Opportunities ..........85 p.m. at Riverview Comm. Bank, 773-5411.
30 Lost & Found LOST: Young male black Lab. White spots on bottom lip, chest and both back hind toes. Name: Dozer. May be wearing camouflage collar. REWARD OFFERED. 509-281-1111.
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Tri County Communications is accepting applications for the position of Public Safety call-taker/dispatcher. The position will be 25-40 hours per week with benefits included. Starting wage as of July 1, 2012 will be $15.47 per hour. Qualifications: minimum age 18, a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid Oregon driver's license, available for shift work and overtime, ability to pass a criminal background check and a preemployment drug test. Applications may be picked up at the Gilliam County Sheriff's Office, Sherman County Sheriff's Office or the Wheeler County Sheriff's Office. Applications will be accepted until 4:00 P.M. Friday, June 1st, 2012 by either dropping them off at one of the Sheriff's offices or mailing them to Tri County Communications, PO Box 297, Condon, OR 97823.
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ALT. ED SCIENCE TEACHER, FT, $35,000/yr + benefits, Hood River location, view at: www.nextdoorinc.org
INSTRUCTION & CHILD CARE Preschool/Daycare Facilities .........................35 Child Care Providers .....37 Schools Training ............40 Tutoring ..........................45 Instruction ......................50 Training & Opportunity...51 Health & Fitness ............55
50 Instruction SWIM LESSONS FOR ALL AGES! Certified swim instructor and lifeguard offering basic swimming techniques for anyone willing to learn. Just in time for a safe summer. Lessons to take place at Hood River Pool Contact Jonas at 817374-2749 for more info.
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Assessor's Office, Moro, OR Application Deadline: May 18, 2012 Job Duties: This position appraises residential, rural, urban, and commercial property for tax assessment purposes. Gathers and assembles basic data influencing property values for assessment and development of valuation standards. Takes physical measurements of building and grounds and makes report as to general conditions. Defends appealed appraisals through valid, consistent methods. For application and complete description, please call Sherman County Assessor's Office, at 541565-3505. Return completed application to P O Box 283, Moro, Oregon 97039 AUTO TECHNICIAN Full-Time, Oil Can Henry's is now hiring in Hood River. Must have basic automotive skills and customer service or sales experience. $8.55+/hr to start, fast raises www.henrysjobs.com
Mid-Columbia Center for Living has the following positions open: FT Bilingual Service Coordinator - Provides service coordination for developmental disabilities (DD) program. Ideal candidate must possess knowledge of DD case management and crisis diversion standards and have the ability to implement them within the community. Must be familiar with DD OAR's (411320-0010). Bilingual (Spanish/English) required. Travel required. Salary starts at $3,454/mo. Open until filled. PT Case Manager - Provides case management to our enhanced care services team in Hood River. Must possess knowledge of and challenges faced by elderly people with mental illness. Position is a .6 FTE (22.5 hrs/wk) with weekend and evening hours. Salary starts at $2072.40/mo. Closes 5/30/12.
Both positions are eligible for benefits and require a Bachelor's degree in human service or related field with 2 yrs. exp; or 5 yrs. Bartender needed who can also waitress, part time. equivalent training and Apply in person, ask for work exp.To download application materials please Kelly at 310 E 2nd St. go to www.mccfl.org, or con541-296-6500. tact Courtney at 541-296-5452. Drugfree workplace EOE/ ADA.
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CATHEDRAL RIDGE WINERY, TASTING ROOM SALES If you're energetic, love sales and people, and would like a P/T job on the weekends, send your resume to crw@ cathedralridgewinery.com. Hourly compensation plus commissions. CHARBURGER COUNTRY Hood River Needs experienced line cook, salary negotiable, weekends & evenings. Also needs experienced counter person for morning shifts. Apply in person, 541-386-3101.
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ASST COACHES for FOOTBALL, VOLLEYBALL and CROSS COUNTRY At The Dalles Middle School. Knowledge of rules and regulations of the sport, ability to supervise teams, ability to act as a leader and be a role model required. District Application and Coaching Resume REQUIRED. Application: www.nwasco.k12.or.us or pick up at 3632 W. 10th, The Dalles. Open until filled. EOEE
If you are searching for a company where customers and employees are highly valued, Columbia Bank is the place to work! We are always looking for high energy and fantastic employees to join our customer focused Bank! Currently we have the following positions available. •Bank Supervisor/Officer •Customer Service Representatives
Coastal Farm & Ranch is Coming to The Dalles! Coastal Farm & Ranch is a great place to work, and we are looking for friendly, enthusiastic people who share our commitment to customer service. Applications are currently being accepted for the following part-time positions: • Cashiers • Retail Sales Associates in all Departments • Yard/Loadout Associates If you have excellent customer service skills and retail experience, we'd like to meet you! Must be available during all hours of store operation. We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package including 401k, safety bonus, and generous employee discount. To apply, visit our website at www.coastalfarm.com to download our employment application or to apply online. Completed applications may be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to PO Box 99, Albany, OR 97321. EOE Your ad should be here! Call The Sentinel today to place your ad in print and online. 509-7733777.
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• And Various Other Positions If you are interested in any of the above postings, or seeing what else may be available in your area, please visit our website and apply online at www.columbiabank.com. Columbia Bank is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. COMPREHENSIVE, an innovative behavioral health care and service provider, is currently recruiting for a RN to split their time between the Goldendale and White Salmon, WA facilities. Responsibilities include providing direct nursing care services to include intake evaluations, medication management, physician extender duties, treatment planning and case management. Qualified candidates will have RN Licensure. Comprehensive is committed to building strong communities through the efforts of its staff, clients, and through collaborative partnerships. If you are interested in joining a fun, teamoriented work environment, please apply online at http:/ /cwcmh.appone.com/ or call 509-575-3894 to request an application packet. www.cwcmh.org. Equal Opportunity Employer/ ADA. Customer Service Rep. needed must have excellent phone skills, organizing, multi tasking, book keeping. pickup applications at 3000 W 2nd St The Dalles 8:00 am - 4:30pm. No Phone calls please WDOE full time w/Ben.
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CUSTOMER SERVICE REPPARKING. The City of Hood River, OR is accepting applications for the position of (Customer Service Rep). Spanish Speaking Required. Current salary is $2,944 per month with an excellent benefit package. The City of Hood River is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and Drug Free Workplace. A rating of education and experience, oral interview and reference and credit check plus job related tests may be required. CLOSING DATE IS 9:00 A.M. TUESDAY, May 29th, 2012. Applications and a full job position description may be obtained from the Administrative building, City of Hood River, 211 2nd Street, Hood River OR 97031, or by visiting our website at www.cityofhoodriver.com
P/T. Volunteer Coord/Fiscal Assist., Clerical & fiscal respons.A/R, A/P, Payroll. Degree, Fund Acct and GAAP a plus. QB, Excel, Wage DOE. Send resume to: Box R c/o The Dalles Chronicle, P.O. Box 1910, The Dalles, OR 97058
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PT/FT caregivers wanted. Must be able to work all shifts. Benefits avail. Criminal background check & drug screen req. Apply in person at Parkhurst House Assisted Living, 2450 May PART TIME SALES ASSOSt. Hood River. CIATE G.Willikers is looking for a fun, motivated person CAREGIVERS NEEDED FOR for a P/T position. Apply at HOOD RIVER / GOLDENDALE 202 Oak St. Hood River We are a Christian-based Part time housekeeping po- in-home care agency looksition open. Great commu- ing for people who want to nication skills, flexible, make a difference for those weekends are a must. who are homebound and Please apply at Celilo Inn at 3550 E. 2nd St. The need help. If you can pass a criminal background Dalles, OR 97058. check, have reliable transRELIABLE CAREGIVERS portation, GED/high school to assist adults w/developdiploma, neat appearance, mental disabilities. Training provided. Growth opportu- call us. We offer one week paid vacation after 1 yr., nity. 503-594-1250 x13 supplemental health insuRENEW CONSULTING INC. rance, & pay commensuRenew is hiring caring peorate w/ experience. ple to work with individuals Expanding Rock Crushing disabilities.$9.50hr Call Mary Jo M/F 9-2 at Company, seeking career with 5 4 1 - 3 7 0 - 1 2 0 0 , minded persons for all po- Free training offered. email@example.com sitions. Demanding physi- www.renewconsulting.com cal labor w/ long hours. STYLIST STATION Willing to travel throughout Available June 1st. Full or CBCF the Northwest. Competitive part-time. Call Susan at COLUMBIA BASIN slry & benefits pkg includ- Hair Artistry to inquire, 541ing: medical/dental/vision, 490-8175. CARE FACILITY 401K/retirement plan, pd Our Mission is to holidays/vacation. AppliImprove the Lives of Summer Jobs cations available at Those We Serve in Early Childhood www.deatleycrushing.com. Community-owned Send resumes to PO Box Education Not-for-Profit, 759 Lewiston, ID 83501 or Skilled Nursing Facility. fax to (208) 743-6474. EOE Oregon Child DevelopPosition available: ment Coalition is now EXPERIENCED LINE COOK hiring for our summer Pay commissary w/ exper. Head Start programs RNs Cook on line, prep, clean & in The Dalles, Odell & supervise closing of Cert. Medication Parkdale. kitchen. 541-490-2810. Aides Education CoordinatorsEXPERIENCED Preschool & Infant/ HOUSEKEEPER Toddler Teachers- Family Full & part-time for motel in Cascade Advocates, positions - For more Locks. Must work weekand a wide range of info ends. 541-374-0015 classroom, administrative contact Monica @ 541and kitchen support jobs Full-time Line Cook 296-2156 ext. 3223. are available lasting from 1 To fill an immediate posi1015 Webber St., The to 5 months. A great way tion. Morning and EvenDalles, OR 97058. EOE to earn summer bucks and ings. Two years experisupport the families who ence required. Apply in harvest our crops! person at Linda's Family Developmental Please visit our website Restaurant. HWY. 97 & Iat www.ocdc.net for job Disabilities Program 84, Exit 104 in Biggs, OR.. specifics & to apply onNO phone calls please. Manager line. Or mail resume/apply in person: OCDC, GENERAL CLEANING Part Human Resources, time helper to clean in resCommunity Counseling So1300 West 9th St. The taurant. 1850 Country club lutions has a full time salaDalles, OR 97058 Equal Rd., Hood River. Hard ried position open for a DeOpportunity Employer working only need apply. velopmental Disabilities Program Manager based in HEAD COACHES Tasting Room Servers, As- our John Day, OR office. sistant Tasting Room ManFOR VOLLEYBALL & ager, Manager DOE, Ma- Qualified Applicant will CROSS COUNTRY ryhill Winery hiring part have a Bachelors degree in time/full time servers, full a behavioral, social, health At The Dalles Middle time Assistant Tasting science, public administraSchool. Knowledge of rules Room Manager or Manag- tion, or human service adand regulations of the er DOE. Please go to ministration and a minimum sport, ability to supervise www.MaryhillWinery.com / of fours years experience, teams, ability to act as a Employment Opportunity with at least two of those leader and be a role model. for details. years of experience in deDistrict Application and velopmental disability serCoaching Resume RETHIRD GRADE vices that provided recent QUIRED. Application: TEACHER www.nwasco.k12.or.us or experience in program Trout Lake School District pick up at 3632 W. 10th, management, fiscal man2012-2013 The Dalles. Open until agement and staff superviTrout Lake School District filled. EOEE is accepting applications sion, or six years of expeHOOD RIVER COUNTY for a third grade teacher for rience in supervision or six SCHOOL DISTRICT the 2012-13 school year. years of experience staff is recruiting for the Washington certification is technical or professional following positions: required. level work related to develÃTemp 1st Grade Teacher - For more information contact opmental disability servicWestside Elementary Doug Dearden at Trout Lake ÃTemp 8th Grade Teacher - School, 509-395-2571 or web- es. The DD program manHRMS site: www.troutlake.k12.wa.us. ager provides supervision ÃSpecial Education/Reading Application deadline is May and oversight of the developmental disabilities proTeacher - Cascade Locks 23, 2012, or until filled. School Trout Lake School District grams in three counties To apply, go to: is an Equal Opportunity (Lake, Harney and Grant) www.hoodriver.k12.or.us Employer. and works under the direcEOE TRUCK DRIVER, Bulk tion of the site manager. HORIZON CHRISTIAN Commodity carrier located Must have excellent comSCHOOL in Wasco, OR. Must have 2 munication skills. Wages is seeking head varsity yr verifiable trac/trailer driv- are $34,920-52,380, coaches for girls basketball, ing exp. w/6mo of that time DOEE. Excellent benefits. co-ed soccer, and co-ed golf. doubles exp. Class A CDL For an application, please The mainly volunteer posi- w/doubles. Clean MVR. tion pays a stipend at the Job requires overnight contact Thad Labhart at end of the season. The in- travel. Benefits 541-442- 541-575-1466 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You dividual must be someone 5300 can also download an apwho regards character deVETERINARY TECH velopment as the #1 issue, plication at PT, 2-3 days per week, has a positive attitude and www.communitycounselin experience preferred. Send heart, has and is willing to gsolutions.org . Position model Christ on and off the resume to: HR Alpine Vet open until filled. Hospital, 300 Frankton court, has prior experience Rd., as a player either at the HOME CARE AIDE Hood River, OR. 97031 high school or college level, The premier home care and has prior coaching exagency in the Columbia perience. Applications are Gorge is seeking individuavailable at Horizon ChrisVOLUNTEERS als with hearts of gold to tian School, 700 Pacific provide caring assistance NEEDED Ave., Hood River, OR, To socialize, feed and to seniors in our commu97031. For more informatrap feral, abandoned or nities. Applicants must be tion contact Oscar Stenstray cats. We are feedberg at (541) 387-3200. warm, honest, energetic ing and caring for more and enjoy helping the eldHOUSEKEEPER WANTED than 100 of these cats erly. No professional ex2 days/wk, salary dependin Hood River and perience required, we proent on exper. Individual White Salmon. We also vide training. Please call only. Reliable, local refs. try to place as many as Mt. Hood. 541-490-7970 800-604-9564 for more inpossible in loving formation. Hearts of Gold homes. When a cat is LINE COOKS PT Prep/ trapped they are Caregivers dishwasher. Everybody's spayed or neutered. Brewing hiring reliable, Also needed are artists hardworking individuals. for posters, bedding, cat Apply in person Tues-Fri., food, litter and plastic 2-4pm dog houses. Please LOOKING FOR an honest, contact: intelligent, self motivated BE MINE individual to assist with CAT ADOPTION phone sales of nutraceutibemine.petfinder.com cal products and assist Bonnie Edstrom general manager in the day to day activities of a facepaced office. Must be able to multi-task and pay attention to detail. Knowledge of computers is a must. SeWAITRESS & DISHWASHER rious inquiries only. Fax repositions. Weekends a sume to 541-387-4503. Inmust. Apply in person at clude references. Bette's 416 Oak St, Hood LUBE DRIVER/MECHANRiver IC, Crestline Construction needs a Fuel/Oil Lube Driv- WANTED: Helper for 2 er/Mechanic. Must have hours, 3 times a week to CDL with HAZMAT, safe assist mentally disabled driving record, min. 3 yrs adult female. Includes diexp. Salary DOE, EOE, Ap- aper changes, being there plication available at 3500 to cure loneliness, playing cards and games. $20/ Crates Way, The Dalles or www.crestlineconstruction Hour. Send cover letter and resume to: Box D, c/o The .com Dalles Chronicle. PO Box MEAT WRAPPER 1910, The Dalles, OR Part-time, Parkdale, 54197058. 352-6322. Watershed Council Intern, NANNY Light duty a few Jun-Sept. Water quality days a week in exchange work. Edu/exper. req'd. Job for room & board in Park- d e s c r i p t i o n : dale. 2 teens. Free time M- www.wascoswcd.org. ApF 7am-4pm. 541-490-8463 ply by May 24, 2012
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• Physicians • Nursing • Clinical Staff • Support Staff To view all current career opportunities and to apply online go to www.mcmc.net MEDICAL ASSISTANT needed, for growing family health clinic. Bilingual Eng/ Span preferred. Visit www.lcdcfh.org 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. MEDICAL OFFICE ASSISTANT Medical insurance billing preferable, dependable, professional, must be able to multi-task. Bilingual a plus! Apply @ Zega Chiropractic, 208 2nd St, Hood River.
Mental Health Specialist Community Counseling Solutions has a position open for a Mental Health Specialist to work with a residential population at Lakeview Heights in Heppner Oregon. Lakeview Heights is an 8-bed secure residential treatment facility owned and operated by Community Counseling Solutions. 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 severe mental health and alcohol/drug concerns. This position requires the ability to work as part of a diverse team of professionals on a daily basis. Duties include participating in after hours on call rotations. Individual must have excellent computer skills and be able to assist the Director in meeting the needs of the community. This is a salaried, full time position. Wages dependent upon education, licensure, and experience $3851257768/year, excellent benefits. For an application, please contact Stephanie Hisler at 541-676-9161 or download one from www.communitycounselin gsolutions.org. Position open until filled.
PATIENT SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE Skyline Hospital White Salmon, Wash. Is accepting applications for a F/T Patient Services Representative. This is a billing and admissions position. Must have previous billing experience; high school diploma or equivalent; a strong background in medical terminology; strong computer skills; and a basic understanding of the patient accounting system. We offer a competitive wage and excellent benefits package. Applications available on our website www.skylinehospital.com or through our front desk receptionist or P.O. Box 99, 211 Skyline Drive, White Salmon, WA 98672, phone: 509-6372923, fax: 509-493-5114, jessieramos@skylinehospital. org
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 541-296-7862, or call Debbie at 541-2967190 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 skylinehospital.com
The Dalles Health & Rehabilitation Center Has the following position available: Relief RN - NOC Shift If you are interested in joining our team of owners, please apply in person at 1023 W. 25th Street 100% Employee Owned
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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
Hood River HRVCC THRIFT SHOP Every Wed., 9:00-3:00 Every Sat., 9:00-1:00 Come see us! DONATIONS WELCOME! 975 Indian Creek Rd., HR
Klickitat County Adult Probation Goldendale 0.875 FTE, 35-hours/week/ 7-hours/day at $13.82/ MOVING SALE hour. Closing date May 18, Sat., May 12, 8-3 2012 or open until filled. 1412 Taylor Ave., HR Visit www.klickitatcounty.org Cool Stuff: 2 bikes, IKEA for details and application or desk & end tables, couch, call the Personnel Depart- drafting table, potted ment, 509-773-7171. plants, lamp, fan, weed eater, tools. Quirky Stuff: fosLEGAL sils. Random Stuff: Rugs, ADMINISTRATIVE computers, books, etc.
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SECRETARY/CHIEF EXAMINER The Bingen-White Salmon Civil Service Commission is advertising for the position of Secretary/Chief Examiner. The pay is $50 per month. Applications may be found on the city web site www.white-salmon.net along with a full job description. Applications can be submitted to City Hall at 100 N. Main Street or PO Box 2139, White Salmon, WA 98672. Closing date is until the position is filled.
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The Dalles Amazing Yard Sale: Sat. only May 19, 9a-3p, 620 E. 15th St. Jewelry, Pottery, Cool clothing, Belly dance and yoga stuff, tools, furniture, and exotic fabrics.
ESTATE SALE Fri. 5/18, 8-4; Sat. 5/19, 8-4. 1314 E. 10th St., The Dalles. Continuing to find lots of treasures to add to already found treasures. Also small furniture & household misc. Ruth Beecher Estate Sales 541-296-6893 or 541-980-3200 MAUPIN COMMUNITY-WIDE SALE: Sat. May 19, 9a-2p. Garden Club plant & yard sale downtown. Multiple yard sales throughout town. Events include: indoor craft sale at Legion Hall; Quilt show, pie & bake sale, car wash, Traeger BBQ raffle at Maupin Hardware. Continental breakfast & product sampling at Maupin Market. Don't miss it!!!
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LOOKING for housecleaning jobs in Goldendale. Call MOVING SALE: Fri. & Sat., 773-0456. May 18 & 19, 10a-6p, 210 Columbia Avenue, DownChild Care Wanted ........95 Diaper Services ...........100 town Wishram, WA. ColAdult & Elderly Care ....105 lectibles, household, & small tools. On front deck & inside house. No checks & 105 Adult & no early birds.
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YOU CUT Firewood! 3 years seasoned. $50/Cord. Call Pat at 541-490-7701, Dept51 Snow Village Hous- Mosier, OR. es For Sale. Village Resort 1987, Bowling Alley 1995, Red Barn 1987, Ramsey Hill 1986, Farm House 1987, Church of Open Door 1987, Christmas Cove Lighthouse 1995. Boxes not available. $35.00 each. Contact Sue at 503-522-7983 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
ELAN Phase Snowboard, 161, w/ bindings & carrying bag, $150 FIRM. Call or text 541490-6947, TD. MARTIN Leopard compound bow and case, All new. Bow is 45-60# draw w/ 80% letoff. There are extras. $400 FIRM. 541-5060016, after 6pm.
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.
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 FOR SALE: Lawn Mowers & Rototillers. Push and riding. I also repair them. Call 541-980-7760 for info.
230 Hand & Power Tools LINCOLN SP 200 Heavy duty wire feed welder. 35 Ft. Robot. $875. 541-4209902
235 Misc. Equipment PRICE reduced! Continuous gutter machine wbrown/white 3/4 roll + downspouts, extras, on flat bed PT decking trailer. $3,000. 509-281-0509.
Beautifully designed china cabinet with glass front and sides. 3 drawers. Carved 275 Misc. for Sale detail. Dark wood with Cherry finish. 14"D/64"L/ 73"H. $650 OBO. 1-541- BARRELS, burn and stor705-5663 or age, 55-gallon, with lids, firstname.lastname@example.org $20. Call 503-303-5159 BOOK SHELVES, 4 ft. tall, (home) or 503-453-7109 $60 each. 7 ft. tall, $100 (cell); ask for Ray. each. Visit Book Stop, 13 Oak St., Hood River or call FREE-RANGE, grain-fed eggs $2/dozen. Can deliver 541-490-8566 to Goldendale. 509-773-3682. Now at New Location! 1800 W. 10th St. HOOD RIVER MOVING SALE Come see us! Furniture, etc. Like-New Twin Mattresses 1). Matching Twin Beds starting at $40!!! Solid wood - 2 Simmons Gorge Bedquarters mattresses and all bedding The Dalles, OR included. $200.00 541-296-4341 2). Overstuffed Arm Chair **A Percentage of our Comfortable - good cond. Monthly profit goes to St. Vincent de Paul's Dusty rose color. $40.00 HOPE emergency 3). Solid Maple Dining Set. shelter in The Dalles. 36 X 53. Includes 5 Chairs, 2 bar stools, 18 in. leaf. Wood seat replacements 160 Appliances included. $300 4). Child's Huffy bike VULCAN Gas Convection Good Condition. $20.00 Oven, 44,000 BTU's, $800. 5). Magna bike - Good ConFor more info please call dition. $50.00 541-993-1532 6). Coffee Table - IndoneWASHERS & DRYERS, sian Wood- $50.00 Refrigerators & Ranges, 7). Living Room Set - ReFor sale, All brands, Prices clining couch and love vary from $125 & up. Will seat, chaise and 3 matchdo service calls. Call for ing bar stools - Good Conmore information. dition - very comfortable! 541-296-8970 All $500.00 King Bed Frame - solid 185 Firewood & 8). wood - Memory Foam Mattress - 2 wood accent taStoves bles - all $500.00 FIREWOOD. You haul. 9). 2 Stanley Wood DressOak and Pine. $100/cord. ers. Good Condition. Set 509-773-6022. $100.00 FIREWOOD: Elm, Approx. 10). Rolling Office Chair. 2 cord, $150 OBO takes Leather and wood. $50.00. Call 949-351-2798. all, 971-322-6097
YARD SALE: Fri. & Sat. May 19 & 20, Starts at 7:30 a.m. On way to High Prairie Firehouse Sale. 371 Rowland Rd., Lyle, WA. Antiques, Collectibles, Art, SEASONED firewood, by the cord, cut to length; or Furniture, Chic. log loads. Call for prices. 509-637-3931.
140 Antiques & Collectibles
DOWNSIZING my arsenal; high quality rifles, serious buyers only. 541-296-5949.
ASSISTANT I Klickitat County West District Court White Salmon .6 FTE, 24-hour week at $13.29/hour. Closing date May 18, 2012 or open until filled. Visit www.klickitatcounty.org for details and application or call the Personnel Department 509-773-7171.
195 Sporting Goods
LANDA PRESSURE WASHER Hot water, 3000 psi, on trailer, runs well. $3500 541-490-4391
MAY 16, 2012 — B5
CLASSIFIEDS 280 Misc. Wanted
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 FREE to good home, Chinese Empress tree, Great for decoration, 1 Ft. high, Call 541-296-5377 for info. FREE: metal desk, standard size, fair condition, Uhaul. 509-493-2161, Bev. POT BELLY Pigs (2), free, need new home, 509-2810763.
286 $500 or Less '68 cab-over camper. $400. 509-773-5253. (4) Tires and rims for Honda Civic/Accord, 16 Inch, $225 OBO. 541-980-0711 12' ALUMINUM boat, w/ motor & trailer. Good cond. $500. 509-773-6994, 509250-1747.
286 $500 or Less
286 $500 or Less
286 $500 or Less
286 $500 or Less
286 $500 or Less
2 BEAUTIFUL wool rugs, One room size, 8x11, One accent, 4x6, Oriental patter, Charcoal and earth tones. $100. 541-993-3553
BOSCH warm drive circular saw 1667M, Brand New Factory Sealed in Box $175. Garrett @ 541-9804083
DINING SET. Solid maple, 36x53, 18" leaf. 5 chairs, 2 bar stools, extra seat replacements, $300. 949351-2798
HITCH. Round bar weight distribution hitch with sway control and adjustable head, $300. 541-354-1584
MURRY riding lawn mower, 12 HP, $350. 541-9807760
CAMERA, Nikon Coolpix 3 BIKES, 2 Have flat tires, S570. like new, with box, DOG containment 1 For parts only, $30 takes black, $60. 541-490-5414 wireless fencing system, $100. 541-993-0617. all. 541-296-4772 Lyndsey 7x10 FLATBED metal CANON Copy & Print, Im- DRYER, Kenmore (older frame & backboard wood age Class D320. Fast! 15 model), electric, runs well, deck @ removable high copies/min. New, in box. $80. 509-493-4266 or 509281-0276. racks. $395. 541-467-2979 $250. 509-773-5265. ELAN Phase Snowboard, ARABIAN gelding, 12 years, CHAIN SAW, Huskey 372 161, w/ bindings & carrying broken, light gray, good with 32" bar and new chain, bag, $150 FIRM. Call or $350. 541-288-6688 disposition, needs ridden, text 541-490-6947, TD. must go to a loving home, CHIPPER/SHREDDER, Craftsman, 8.5 hp, 3" di- Electric Dog Fence Innotek $400. 541-298-2270 ameter, lightly used. New brand barely used with colBAR SINK, Kohler, white, $750, asking $399. 509- lar and handheld device with matching Grohe fau- 427-5660 or 360-773-8306. (fence portion never used) cet, white, excellent condigrandfather, $200. 541-561-3234 TD tion, $50/BOTH. 509-493- CLOCKS: wind-up, 6-foot tall, cherry EXECUTIVE office chair, 3663 OR 541-490-3960. wood, PLUS antique wall Cloth material, Excellent BED, rollaway, twin, metal clock, wind-up, 28-inches shape, $30. 541-980-9955, frame, with mattress, good tall, walnut, both in good The Dalles. condition, $25, 541-400- condition, $200 takes both. FENCE wire: 1/4 mile roll, 509-493-1963. 0179. $45. 509-493-3808. COLEMAN canoe, 14 Ft. BIKE TRAILER, Burley w/ oars & life jackets, $250. FLOORING, estimated Solo, great shape, $275. 541-296-1585 1000 sq. ft. vinyl flooring 541-490-3787 Hood River CRIB w/ changing table & with wood floor appearBIKE, boys. Marian mattress. New, Assembled ance. Pick up in Parkdale. County, 7-speed, shocks, but never used w/ a sealy $100 obo. 503-290-8982 hand brakes, Maxxis tires posturepedic mattress. FOLDAWAY twin bed, 20x1.95. Red, like new, $275. 541-993-4817 New, $100. 541-483-2422 $50 OBO. 541-490-5067 DALIA tubers, many colors. FOOT BRIDGE/GANGBIKE, child's Huffy Livewire Plant now for summer WAY, 45 ft, $300/OBO. blooms. Five for $10. 541with peddle brakes, good 541-993-6968. 386-5102 cond. $25. 541-387-4752 DESK, 3 drawers on the Handicap Scooter, battery BIKE, Pacific, ladies, 10 side and 1 large drawer, operated, medium size, for speeds, $25. 509-493- dark wood, $50. 509-493- indoor/outdoor use. Good 2011 cond. $250. 541-296-0025. 2011.
NICE medium sized enterHUBCAPS, fit Chrysler tainment stand, like oak finTown and Country, four, ish, $60. 541-296-4416. $20. 509-493-2011. NINTENDO DS, pink, IRRIGATION strainer, 2", works great, $60, 509-6374085. $50. 541-354-9963 JBL 12" powered sub- NORDIC Track ST728 exwoofer, Like new, $60. cercise cycle, programable electronic console, adjust541-296-3628 able mesh seat, like new, KAYAK Necky manitou 13, $125. 509-493-3021. Very good cond., w/ Cover. OAK entertainment center, $500. 541-980-9764 $25. 541-296-5607 LES SCHWAB winter cat 15 inch studded tires, Used OLDER Kenmore dryer, 2 seasons, $100. 541-980- good cond. $100 obo. 509773-3763. 6975, ask for Andrea. LOUIS L'AMOUR books, hardbacks, collectors editions, approximately 46-47, excellent condition. $250. 541-386-6211.
Olympic weight set LIKE NEW! Includes aluminum bar w/clips, APEX weight tree, 290lbs vinyl weights. $250 OBO. 541-980-1837
PAPASAN Chair, frame MAGAZINE rack, dark oak, and beige cushion in great sturdy, great condition. shape! Paid over $100. $60 $20. 541-387-4996 obo. 541-490-3740 MEDELA double breast PATIO heater, propane, pump, Older model, Exc. bronze color, used once, working condition, Needs $100 cash. 503-956-1594 new tubing and shields, PATIO Set, 6 piece, Good $100 OBO. 541-490-6947 cond., $75. 541-993-1288 MOTOR for 1996 Acura Integra, 4 cyl. not V-Tech, POPCORN Machine, War139K miles, AT, $450. 541- ing Pro, commercial, 12 cup, very good condition, 380-1166 $275 firm, 541-387-3402. MOTORCYCLE Tire, New, Dual sport, 350x18, $48. PRINTERS, (2) Lexmark x4270, print/copy/scan/fax. 541-296-5996 HP deskjet 6540 photo/doMotorola Electrify Android cumnet printer. Excel. $130 text or call if interest- cond. $80/both. 541-352ed 541-993-1168 3523
$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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CLASSIFIEDS 286 $500 or Less
PROSOFT PLUS Cross& Supplies walk treadmill, Inclines, HORSE Trailer Croft, 2 Measures pulse, miles, extra heighth, time, calories, Folds. $10. horse, straight in, new treated 541-296-5392 wood floor with rubber RIFLE, Winchester 300 Mag with scope, like new mats, tack storage, extra $350. 541-399-6519 after tire. $1500. 541-296-4982 6:30 pm. ROTOTILLER, 5 HP, Wards, Older but very dependable, $125. 541-9930761 ROWING machine, DP Body Tone, good condition, $75. 541-386-5991 RUG. Reindeer hide, 53" long, brown and cream tones, $120. 541-386-6755 SELF propelled lawn mower, $100. 541-993-5731. SOFA/LOVESEAT set. Green w/ southwest style accents, $200. 503-9519731 TIRES & WHEELS, off Jeep Wrangler. Safari MSR LT235/75R15 tires on 5 hole aluminum Jeep wheels, $300. 541-4904391 TOOL Box for full size pickup, Exc. shape, $100. 541993-3488 Toyota bed liner, 6', good as new, factory brand, $85. 541-980-4989 TRAILER hitch, heavy duty, goose neck, $95. 509-493-3808. TREADMILL, Weslo Cadence 340 cs. Great working order. Comes with ankle weights & 3 sizes of hand weights. $100. 541769-0494 TREADMILL PRO-FORM 375CS,Good conditions with heart rate sensor,and calorie burner, adj. incline. $180. 541-399-2296 TREADMILL, Proform 390 crosstrainer, incline, 6 workouts, spacesaver, like new, $275, 509-395-2237. TRUCK BED trailer, in fair condition, $75. 541-980-0894. TRUCK Canopy, Black, Insulated, Good cond., 4 x 6, $100. 541-965-1873 TRUNK: carved Oriental chest, 40" x 20", includes 3 oriental swords, $350. 509637-4111. VINTAGE material, multicolored quilt for sale. $150. 509-773-3682.
295 Pets & Supplies
Wooden 12-Multicolor Bin Kids Toy Organizer in good condition. Paid $60 asking $30. 541-980-0369 WOODEN Sail Boat 15 ft, strong trailer with new tires, PFD's, paddles, $500. 541-326-6586. ZENITH 21" TV with remote, $35. 541-980-4154.
ANIMALS & AGRICULTURE 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
290 Livestock & Supplies (3) SUFFOLK lambs. $250 ea. 541-980-7411.
Pasheks Oregon Dogwoods, Growing for this area by people who live in this area. Flowers, vegetable plants, Patio containers and baskets. Open Mon-Sat. 9-5, Sunday 12-4 (we need some time off) 1332 West 10th 541-298-9173
tractor, 3 point hitch with bucket loader, 4 wheel drive, good tires, $4500. 541-296-7037.
RENTALS VOLUNTEERS NEEDED To socialize, feed and trap feral, abandoned or stray cats. We are feeding and caring for more than 100 of these cats in Hood River and White Salmon. We also try to place as many as possible in loving homes. When a cat is trapped they are spayed or neutered. Also needed are artists for posters, bedding, cat food, litter and plastic dog houses. Please contact:
BE MINE CAT ADOPTION bemine.petfinder.com
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
WASHER. LG front loader, 2 yrs old. Smoke damage, $350. 541-806-6283
WASHER/DRYER, Amana. Extra large capacity, top load, used 6 wks, $500. 541-490-2411
330 Business Rentals
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 JUSTIN HILL status or national origin, or HORSESHOEING an intention, to make any 509-261-1508. such preference, limitation gorgefarrier.com or discrimination." Familial status includes children 320 Plants & under the age of 18 living NEED help loading with parents or legal cusNursery Stock your horse in a trailer? todians, pregnant women Want and people securing custody of children under 18. help with ground work? FOUNTAIN This newspaper will not Call Heidi GRASSES knowingly accept any adIn 1-gallon pots, attractive, 509-261-2730. vertising for real estate grows to 5-foot tall, donawhich is in violation of the tions to White Salmon law. Our readers are hereTOP QUALITY LIMOUSIN Friends of the Library. by informed that all dwellBULLS Available now. 509-493-3098 ings advertised in this Black or Red. Wilde newspaper are available on Ranches 541-454-2995 an equal opportunity basis. leave message. To complain of discriminaTROUT FOR PONDS tion call HUD toll-free at 1325 Farm & Rainbow trout fingerlings 800-669-9777. The toll-free telephone number for the Orchard Equip. for your pond, available the hearing impaired is 1-800end of April. U-Haul. $25/100. DIESEL 7000 Tahoe Gen- 927-9275. Miller Ranch, Inc. erator, Brand new, Used The Dalles Yacolt, Wash. once, $3000/OBO. 541850 sq ft, $750/mo. 360-686-3066 467-2737 or 541-993-4747 Col Ct Mall, 107 E 2nd St email@example.com Inc. utils, 541-298-8903 SMALL YANMAR diesel
VTECH Mobigo, yellow & blue with case & 3 games; Scooby Doo, SuperHero and Touch & Learn. Works great! $75. 509-637-4083
WASHER/DRYER set, electric, white, good condition, $250 OBO. 503-5911826, WS.
315 Food, Meat, & Produce
TUCKER is one of those dogs ya just gotta meet to believe! Playful, and smart, he's a loveable 60lb lap dog! Knows lots of commands and is a great companion! Adopt A Dog 541-354-1083
"MAYLA" Little tabby, 2 years old, female, spay, shots, Luk check, indoor/adults only. lCall Bonnie
541-386-3776 BE MINE CAT ADOPTION bemine.petfinder.com
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HOOD RIVER 200 sq. ft. office, $210 300 sq. ft. office, $210. 300 sq. ft. office, rr, $350 500 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
Classified Deadline is Monday at noon
ALASKAN Husky/Wolf/Siberian puppies. $250 ea. 509-773-5660.
7 Office complex, $950/mo. Storage:400 sq ft.$150/Mo THE DALLES downtown office or retail space. All utilities paid by owner 395 +/- sq.ft. to 2850 +/- sq. ft and any size in between. Excellent street exposure. 541-387-3913 or 503-260-6016 THE DALLES, Large shop for rent, Excellent location, Office & bathroom, Call for appointment. $850/Mo. 541-296-1424
340 Apartment Rentals/WA.
THE DALLES, 3 Bdrm, 1 Ba, View, Top level of home near hospital. Carport, Fireplace, DW. Drive by 1819 E. 16th St. No pets/smoking. W/S/G/Lawn service incl. 503-661-1241 or 503-577-0910. $895/Mo + 1st/Last + $500 dep.
THREE Mountain Village Located at 613 W. Collins in Goldendale, now accepting applications for 1, 2 & 3 bdrm. apartments. HUD Section 8 Restrictions apply. Call 509-773-3344 or TTY dial 711 for applications.
370 House Rentals/WA
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, house; Spacious, Beautiful River View, Wishram, WA. Walkin closet in master bedroom & walk-in pantry in kitchen, laundry room, front covered patio, large yard, $750/Mo +utilities, first/last +deposit. 206-824-5231
380 Mobile Homes/ Washington CARSON, 2 or 3 bedroom mobile home for rent in quiet country park, no pets, 509-427-8758.
382 Mobile Home Spaces
NOW OPEN Sandoz Farm HEREFORD Textan West- Come on out to the farm to ern saddle, $550. Water buy your eggs, beef, pork, trough, $75. Silver Bridal, jams & jellies. We have complete, $95. Roping fresh lettuce! Spinach and horns, $5/each. 971-235- radishes coming soon. 5878 5755 Mill Creek Rd. TD
435 Real Estate/OR
445 Manufactured Homes/OR
HOOD RIVER/ PINE GROVE AREA
FOR SALE IN MOSIER
Chronicle photographer seeks inexpensive rental outside UGB. Northern Wasco County. 541-9933223.
WANTED: 1 Bdrm furnished in The Dalles vicinity for July, August & September by retired nonGOLDENDALE: 921 North smoking senior couple w/ Columbus, duplex unit, 2 no pets. 928-344-2850. bdrm., 1 ba. W/D hookup, fenced back yard, storage unit, quiet neighborhood, 395 Room Rentals W/S/G paid. $475/mo. $400 dep. Call 509-773- THE DALLES-Room for 5761 for more information. rent in clean tidy home. $350/mo utilities included. First and Last 365 House required. Close to downRentals/OR town. 541-220-0422, text or leave message. HOOD RIVER 2,500 sq.ft., 4 bdrm, 1 ba in the country 5 miles from HR on the 415 Misc. Rentals East side. Avail. 5/15/12. $1000 per mo. $1,500 dep. Pets welcome with deposit. SINGLE woman interested HUD approved. For more in house sitting June 1 info call John or Tina at through Jan. in Hood River area. Non-smoker, excel509-364-3598 lent background. HOOD RIVER 3 bdrm, 2 Call Marcy 509-637-4689 ba., manufactured home, carport, fenced back yard. W/D hook-up, close to REAL ESTATE schools. Small pets ok. $950/mo 1st/last/dep. Acreage & Lots ............420 Available immediately. Pick up application at Celia's Commercial/Investment 425 Cut & Curl in Odell or call Property Orchards, Farms, Ranches 541-354-2221. 430 John L. Scott Prpty Mgmt Real Estate/OR............435 www.JLSRentals.com Real Estate/WA ...........437 541-298-4736 Real Estate Wanted.....440 2 Bd House TD $850 3 Bd House Rufus $1,000 Manufactured Homes/OR 445 3 Bd House TD $850 Manufactured Homes/WA 3 Bd House TD $1,050 447 3 Bd House TD $1,250 1 Bd Apt TD $600 Condos/OR ..................450 4 Bd House TD $1,000 Condos/WA..................452
BZ CORNERS. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, storage shed, W/D 355 Duplexes, hook-up, next to rafting Four-Plexes/OR launch site and The Logs, about 12 miles from White THE DALLES, 304 E 8th Salmon. No smoking/pets. Pl, Min. 1 Yr. Lease 2 Bd/ $700/month plus $800/de1ba BottomLvl Duplex posit. 509-493-2118 or $650/Mo.+ $880 Dep. 509-806-2060. Walk-in Closet W/S/G Pd. John L. Scott Prpty Mgmt NO SMOKING, Small Yard, www.JLSRentals.com Some Pets ok w/owner ap541-298-4736 proval & w/extra fees, near 3 Bd House N. Bonn Library, W/D hookup $35 $1100 App. Fee, 541-993-6799 1 Bd Apt Bingen $375 THE DALLES Eastside, 2 bdrm, 1 bath, W/D, gas Comm Prop Bingen $750 heat, vaulted ceilings, open Ofc space Bingen $800 plan, no smoking/pets. $645/mo. + $600 security KLICKITAT, WA: 300 Main; deposit. 1 year lease, 541- 3 bd., 1 ba., garage, fenced yard, recently remodeled. 806-5137. Dog/cat ok! Sec. 8 OK! Dale, 503-473-4956.
315 Food, Meat, & Produce
385 Rentals Wanted
360 Duplexes, Four-Plexes/WA
THE DALLES, 3 bdrm, 1 ba. Dead-end street. 738 Pleasant Ct. $850/month. BINGEN. Studio, 1 bdrm, 2 Call afternoons, 541-386bdrm, monthly, $400-$600, 8747. utils includ. 1st+dep. 509THE DALLES, 2 Bdrm, 2 493-1803 9 am-7 pm. Ba, Nice yard, Newly reGOLDENDALE-Crestview modeled, All appl. incl. w/ Apartments: 2 bdrm. apts. heat pump, Gorgeous yard. available now. New re- Great location, Westside, model. RD Subsidies - You W/S paid, $900/Mo. + Dep. pay only up to 30% of your Refs. required. Avail now. adjusted income. 509-773541-993-5925 5436. THE DALLES, 3 bdrm, 2 ba in a quiet neighborhood. fenced back yard. Avail. 06/01 w/ one year lease $1100 per mo. $1,500 dep. GOLDENDALE: Golden Pets are welcome with deSands Apt., 1 bdrm. Onsite posit. For more info call or laundry, fitness facility. text 503-781-5498. $440/mo. 509-773-5828.
BLUE Heeler, 1 yr. old, yearling male. Knows how to work pairs. $300. 509-773-5660.
For Sale Registered Dexter heifer 3 years old. Easy going manner, friendly, great family cow $2000 503-7587268 or cspilotro @hotmail.com
355 Duplexes, Four-Plexes/OR
THE DALLES: Large Mobile home space for rent. Foley Lakes Mobile Home Park. 541-296-9292 or 541-980-4995.
420 Acreage & Lots BARE LOTS! BRING YOUR BUILDER! 3.89 acres Hood River Westside $249,000 2 acres in Parkdale $215,000 2.57 acres on Booth Hill $145,000 MT HOOD REALTY COMPANY 541-352-7789 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.
Beautiful full view of Mount Hood and the Hood River Valley Hills. 5 Acres + 1800 sq ft home built by owner's father in 1977. 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (newly remodeled bathrooms all tile), dream pantry, electric furnace heat and wood stove. Farm land use and zoned & large Pastures. Mature fruit trees include: 3 pear trees, 1 D'Anjou pear tree, 2 plum trees, 1 apricot tree, 2 peach trees, grapes, 2 Royal Ann & 4 Bing Cherry trees. Very large barn, shed, chicken coop & wood shed. Total county yearly Tax: $1500. 5 irrigated acres. Two tax lots. Located 5 miles up HWY 35 in Pine Grove. $449,000. Questions contact: Nancy 503-739-0801 or firstname.lastname@example.org MARLLETE trailer, 2 Bdrm, 2 Ba, 70 x 14, 2 Car ports, 11 x 10 shed, $12,500. For appointment call 541-9653531 after 4 p.m. THE DALLES, FSBO: Beautiful 3 bdrm, 1 Ba. Nice sized lot in development. Fenced backyard, easy maintenance landscape. $125,000. 955 Home St. 541-399-1555
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. THE DALLES, Beautiful 3 bdrm, 2 Ba located in Foley Lakes Mobile Home Park. Financing available. 541980-4995
AUTOMOTIVE Aviation ........................455 RV's & Travel Trailers ...460 Canopies & Campers ..465 RV Rentals...................470 RV Parts & Supplies ....475 Boats, Motors, Supplies 480 Personal Watercraft .....481 Snowmobiles ...............485 Motorcycles, ATC's & ATV's 490 Utility Trailers ...............495 Heavy Equipment ........500 Misc. Auto ....................505 Auto Parts & Supplies .510 Autos Wanted ..............515 Sport Utility Vehicles....525 Pickups & Trucks .........530 Vans & Utility Vehicles .535 Antique & Classic Autos 538 Automobile...................540
THE DALLES, Custom 3 460 RVs & bdrm, 2 Ba w/ view. 9 years old on Cul-de-sac. All apTravel Trailers pliances, new carpet, covered deck, AC, $198k (tax 09 Like new Tear Drop value $270k). 541-298- travel trailer; Built to last a 5334 lifetime; Aluminum colored w/ all extra packaging; Tudor Home/125x100 lot Covered kitchen area, w/ 2500 sqft. Loaded Charm 10x10 attaching tent. All Maupin $179K new 14 in. tires. Cargo tray, Tygh Tavern/Tygh Valley battery & memory foam Proven Income $230K Qn. bed. Paid $5300, sell Acreage: Private/Mt. Hood for $4395. 541-442-8598 View/Buildable/Pine Grove 232ac $375K/161ac $250K 19' 1990 NOMAD Weekender travel trailer, sleeps 20 or 27 ac $95K each 5, good shape, new tags, search craigslist portland/ ready to camp. $3500 obo. columbia gorge/maupin Call Joe 541-490-6186 Wasco Realty 541-993-4111 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. columbiagorgefsbo.com
437 Real Estate/WA 509-493-1333 Mt. Hood Pic
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Conway wins hurdles, all Wolves headed for District Brady Conway broke the 16-second mark in the 110 meter hurdles for the third time this year, qualifying at the Naches Valley sub-districts in four events. Conway won both hurdle races and had top eight finishes in the long jump (a PR 19-4) and triple jump. Conway’s 15.63 was well out in front of the field in the 110 hurdles. It was also close to the 15.60 of his chief competition in this week’s Regional meet, Gage Leavitt, of Kiona-Benton. Friday’s sub-district was a qualifier for the Regional meet with the top four competitors from the lane events and top eight from the field events and two distance races advancing to the Regionals at Benton City on May 17. Twenty-one Timberwolves qualified in individual events and another five qualified as members of
Wanderscheid medals as girls defeat Rangers and Lightning Bree Wanderscheid added another medal to her collection as she led the Goldendale girls to a win over Naches Valley and La Salle, last week. Wanderscheid shot a 75 to go with scores of 105 by Sawyer Ross, 113 by Natalie Hurst, and 114 by Hunter Cacy for a team score of 407. The Rangers were second with a 432 and the Lightning were in at 436. The boys weren’t able to keep pace with the Rangers who edged the Lightning 340 to 344. Goldendale came in at 365 with Andrew Wall shooting an 80, Joel Gerchak with an 85, and Riley Ross and Justin Fields each shooting 100. The team was at Suncadia in Cle Elum for the District tournament. The top 15 boys and top eight girls advance to State at Dupont, May 22-23.
relay teams. The top four boys and top three girls from the Regionals will go on to State, along with the top eight from field events, 1600 meter and 3200 meter races. Others who qualified in multiple single events were Audrey Dressel (400 meters, javelin, pole vault), Braydon Ross (discus, shot put, javelin), Briley Cameron (100 and 200 meters), Devon Casey (800 meters, triple jump), Will Bowdish (1600 and 3200 meters), Billie Jo Risheim (100 and 200 meters), Kylie Mont-
gomery (shot put, discus), Sarah Lancaster (pole vault, triple jump), Kenner Milliren (high jump, pole vault), Isaac Messenger (triple jump, long jump), and Alexis Ladiges (shot put, javelin). Dressel’s 400 was a PR 64.54, shaving a full second off her previous best. Montgomery’s 33-4.5 was a PR in the shot put, as was Messenger’s event winning 43-2.5 triple jump. Bowdish set a PR in the 1600 (5:19.93) and Ross put up a new mark in the shot put (461.5). Lancaster’s 29-7 triple
Post and guard bball clinics at Goldendale Two basketball clinics are scheduled for Goldendale youth currently in grades six through 11. The first clinic is a guard clinic that will run June 4-5. The second is a post clinic, June 11-12. The clinics will focus on thinking and playing skills, the kinds of details that may not be covered in practice, but are key to improving players. The clinic fee is $25 to attend one or $40 to attend both clinics. Whether or not a player sees themselves as a post player or a guard, they can gain insight from attending both clinics. Contact Lance DenBoer at the Goldendale High School or Lisa Thiele at the Goldendale Middle School to register.
TRACK from Page B1 Eagles had only one other win, Krista Clark with a PR 1:09.97 in the 400 meters, but had several other top three finishes to hold onto the team title. Caitlin Scott was second in the 800 and 1600 and Marie Weber had a PR for second place in the 3200. The kicker for TLG were wins in the three relays, beating out Bickleton in each event. Other winners were Kirstin Hylton, of Lyle-
Wishram in the discus, Lara Parsons, of Klickitat in the javelin, and Jazmaine Wong, of Yakima Tribal in the shot put. Nearly all of the athletes will be back at it again in Wapato with the addition of schools from District 6 for the Regional titles. The top two from each lane event will advance to State plus any athletes who equal or beat the State standard for an event.
jump was also a PR. Others who qualified are Joseph Gast in the discus, Devin Bishoff in the pole vault, Zoey Jagelski in the 200 (new PR, 28.0 seconds), Ariella Davenport in the 1600 (new PR, 6:48.15), Karri Furlong in the 100 meter hurdles, Sofia Casimiro in the discus, Elizabeth Matula in the long jump and Carlee Wheelon in the triple jump. The boys’ and girls’ 4x100 and 4x400 ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN relay teams also qualified. Go to www.goldendalesen- ON TO DISTRICT: Keith Bighorn lost to Kosuke Mitarai, of Cle Elumtinel.com/photos for pictures Roslyn a week ago, above. The Timberwolf senior avenged the loss in Sunnyside, Monday, during sub-districts. from the meet.
Golf tournament benefits football and wrestling programs Registration is open for the third annual Goldendale Pigskin and Grappler Classic golf tournament. The tournament, which serves as a fund raiser for the Goldendale football team camp and Goldendale Wrestling Club, will be held June 2, at the Goldendale Golf Course. Entry fee is $40 and play will be scramble style with five person teams. Individual entries are due up to the event by contacting Keith Johnson, GGC golf pro at 773-4705. Businesses or individuals who would like to sponsor holes should contact Don Strother at (509) 961-2441 by May 18.
Bighorn advances to District with clutch win ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN REPORTER
On May 9, Cle Elum’s Kosuke Mitarai pounded out an easy 6-0, 6-2 win over Goldendale’s Keith Bighorn. His quickness, accuracy and hard shots had Bighorn on his heels for most of the match. The two players met again on Monday in the sub-district semifinals and this time Bighorn sent Mitarai back to school with a 6-3, 7-5 loss. It was a great moment for Bighorn who had not played at the level that got him to State last year. He lost the next match to Troy Dunbar, of Zillah, but second seed from the west in this coming weekend’s District tournament is more than what looked possible a week ago for Bighorn. Goldendale’s only other winners from the sub-district
is the team of Dallas Smith and Madison Holbrook. The girls won their first two matches against Zillah pairs before falling in three sets to a Naches Valley pair, 4-6, 7-5, 6-0. They lost their next match in three sets, but defeated Zillah’s Dunbar and Ritchie to claim the alternate slot for Districts. Goldendale’s boys and girls teams finished the season 4-6 in dual matches. They won two of their last three matches, last week. After defeating Columbia-Burbank and Cle Elum-Roslyn by 3-2 scores for boys and girls, with all six doubles teams providing the wins against Cle Elum-Roslyn. The final match were 4-1 losses to La Salle with Bighorn the only winner for the boys and the team of Krista Allen and Nellie Bilderback posting the only win for the girls.
Published on May 16, 2012