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2013 HOME & GARDEN SHOW GUIDE INSIDE

Goldendale, Washington WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2013 Vol. 134 No. 16 75 cents

Cemetery

leaves

casket

unburied

for days

LOU MARZELES

EDITOR

A burial last week at

I.O.O.F. Mountain View Cemetery

in Goldendale left a casket

exposed to elements for

days and drew the dismay of

stunned family members.

Julia Hart, sister-in-law of

James Randall, who died

April 2 and whose funeral

was April 6, says the situation

was unbearably botched by

the cemetery staff. Cemetery

staff and a trustee at present

refuse to comment on the

record, though the Washington

State office of the I.O.O.F.

says it is looking into the matter.

“Jim was supposed to be

buried on Saturday,” Hart recalls.

She says Derek Krentz

at Columbia Hills Memorial

Chapel told the family some

minor modifications were required

at the grave site, and

she and the family left assuming

everything was being

handled. “But we got out to

the cemetery. And I guess this

should have been our first

clue—you know when you go

out there, they’re going to put

the casket into the grave site,

it’s all laid out, with the carpeting

and the winch to put it

down. Well, there was just a

piece of green carpet laid

over a couple boards on top of

the hole.”

“When we came out on

Monday [April 8],” says Jon

Sullivan, Randall’s son-in-law,

“there were just a few pieces

of plywood over the plot. The

next day, Tuesday, there was a

tractor parked over the plot

and a few boards. I pulled on

the boards, and they came

up—anyone could’ve just

hopped right in there.”

“The flowers were all being

ruined,” Hart says, “they didn’t

take the casket back to the

funeral home, it was just sitting

out there—and it sat out

there until Wednesday.” Although

the casket was in the

ground, it remained unburied

and exposed from Saturday

until it finally buried on

Thursday, April 11.

Krentz and his funeral service—the

one party in the situation

universally praised for

his responsiveness and concern

for the family—declined

to speak on the record about

the matter, awaiting an outcome

from the cemetery

board of trustees. According

to other sources, Krentz was

given no communication by

the cemetery staff or board

about Randall’s casket being

left unburied for days.

Hart says there was also

damage done to the casket for

which the family was given

no explanation.

“We’d heard there were

some problems with the plot,”

Sullivan says. “The liner wasn’t

large enough, and there

was an issue with getting it

level. But for us, our huge

problem was security and a

lack of communication. I

mean, anyone could’ve gotten

into that plot. And all the

cemetery had to do was call

the funeral home and say,

‘We’ve got a problem, can you

come and pick up the casket

and bring it back to the

home’”

The matter was exacerbated

when Mike Goodwin, who

works at the cemetery, visited

Sullivan at his place of work

and brought up the burial. “It

was emotional,” Sullivan

grants. “In the end I was verbally

attacked by Mike. We’ve

got staff and shoppers in the

store who saw what happened.”

See Burial, Page 2

FILE PHOTO

HOME AND GARDEN SHOW RETURNS: Last year’s Home and Garden Show, seen above, was a great success, and indications

are this year’s will be an even stronger draw with more vendors and visitors. One important difference this year is the Master Gardener

classes, which will be in a separate building from the main vendors building. See the Guide inside this week’s Sentinel for all the

details.

DEB BRUMLEY FOR THE SENTINEL

TAKING THE OATH: Brenda Sorensen, left, Klickitat County Auditor swears in Renea Campbell, far right, as Klickitat County’s new

Clerk. Witness to the April 1 ceremony is Saundra Olson, center, recently retired County Clerk.

Campbell sworn in as new Klickitat County Clerk

DEB BRUMLEY

FOR THE SENTINEL

Three names were submitted

to the Klickitat

County Commissioners

prior to April 1 by the Klickitat

Republican Party. One

name emerged: Renea

Campbell, a lifetime Klickitat

County resident, would

succeed Saundra Olson as

Klickitat County’s new

County Clerk. Campbell

was sworn in two weeks ago

on April 1, by Brenda

Sorensen, Klickitat County

Auditor, along with Campbell’s

predecessor, Saundra

Olson, as witness.

The new County Clerk

has spent her life in Klickitat

County except for the

two-year period of time

when she attended Walla

Walla Community College,

where she earned her associate’s

degree, then returned

to the Goldendale

area. She has been involved

in Goldendale area activities,

always.

“Most people know me

well, since I have been

around a very long time. I

been involved with rodeos,”

says Campbell. “We [Campbell

and husband Bill ] have

always been involved with

4-H and 4-H leadership. Bill

is the leader of 4-H Archery

and has been for a number

of years. The county shooting

event that took place locally

a few weeks ago, took

place at our place,” according

to Campbell.

Campbell is also no

stranger to court proceedings.

She worked under the

East District Court Administrator

from 1983 until 1989.

When her former boss retired

in 1989, Campbell became

the administrator of

the East District Court until

2007, at which time she took

a short-term retirement, “to

spend time with family.”

During Campbell’s period

of retirement, she volunteered

at vacation Bible

camp and assisted with the

Thanksgiving Food baskets

and also served four years

on the board of the Presby

House Museum. “I enjoyed

it a lot but resigned the position

when I returned to

work,” says Campbell

Her two children are now

grown. Daughter Kayli is a

math teacher in Myrtle

Point, Ore., and son DJ is in

the United States Navy serving

as a naval airman in San

Diego.

The primary duties of

the normally-elected County

Clerk are as an ex officio,

who oversees the financial

and administrative aspects

of the County Clerk’s Office

and recording of court proceedings

which take place

in Superior Court.

Campbell said she has

been in a learning curve

since she took over her new

role two weeks ago, but has

had significant help from

See Clerk, Page 2

DEB BRUMLEY, FOR THE SENTINEL

MOTHER NATURE STILL IN CHARGE: Drivers traveling over Satus Pass on State Route 97 during the early to mid-morning hours

Monday had multiple vehicle collisions and a fast moving dump of heavy spring snow and ice to contend with near milepost 31. In

the center of the tie-up was a semi-to-semi collision involving a double semi from Evans Fruit Company of Yakima and a service

truck which fishtailed going northbound and ended up backwards, hanging off an embankment. There was a third collision involving

a car-to-car rear-end incident. Traffic was locked up from just before 8 a.m., while rescue and tow vehicles and Washington

Department of Transportation snowplows made their way to the multiple collision sites to assist and clean up.

City meets

in executive

session,

continues

talk on

tourism

DEB BRUMLEY

FOR THE SENTINEL

The full Goldendale City

Council opened the regular

portion of its Monday, April

15, meeting at 7 p.m., following

90 minutes of closed executive

session to consider topics

which included potential

litigation. No action was

taken in regular session on

the executive session discussion

items. The lion’s share of

the council’s regular meeting

conversation was spent in review

of tourism planning and

expenditures.

During department reports,

Goldendale Police

Chief Rick Johnson said he

was reviewing departmental

trends and noted calls for service

in 2013 were down about

100 year-to-date from 2012, but

the 2012 year numbers were a

record high, year-to-date,

with more than 300. He

planned to do more review on

trends and report back. Johnson

says he wanted to “be

sure folks knew of the recent

DUI arrest that was made.”

According to Johnson, a female

was cited for Driving

Under the Influence (DUI) at

4:30 p.m. in the afternoon, and

she blew higher than .32,

which is more than four times

the legal limit of .08. The importance,

he says, is be aware

drunk drivers are out and driving

at all hours, not just at

night.

Public Works Director Karl

Enyeart reported two projects

had upcoming dates for bid

openings, on April 17 for the

sewer video camera project

and April 24 for the Brooks

Street project.

Without discussion, the

council unanimously approved

the Consent Agenda

items which included

$82,984.41 in claims and

$130,556.46 in payroll. The

first item from the Council

Business agenda, $3,650 in

fees to be paid to Calvin Jordan

Associates, Inc. of Bellevue,

Wash. for an overall

structural and code permit

plan check of the proposed,

new County 911 Center.

City Administrator Larry

Bellamy led the council

through a detailed review of

the city’s tourism expenditures

from inception to current

date, of the motel-hotel

tax law implementation in

2006 which enabled the city to

begin receiving this tax

which is earmarked strictly

for the promotion of tourism,

and an overall goal, Bellamy

said, “to maximize heads in

beds.”

The first year’s revenues

were at $55,000 which was

comprised from the hotelmotel

tax, sponsorships, vendor

fees and economic development.

The high point for

tourism revenue was in 2009,

a total of $86,000 was received.

Bellamy pointed out

the windmills originally contributed

significantly to this

tax base as well, but with lowered

assessments over the

years, the byproduct is reduced

contributions to the

fund from the windmills.

The projected 2013 revenue

and expenditures for tourism

spending is estimated to be in

the neighborhood of $40,000

for revenue and $43,000 in expenses,

says Bellamy. He explained

the 2013 tourism expenditures,

spread out over

seven sponsored events and

providing support for many

other local events would look

like the following: Chamber

of Commerce to receive

$12,500 which is earmarked

for running a visitor’s center;

$15,000 for overall advertising;

$3,000 for the bus tour fea-

See City, Page 2


2 — APRIL 17, 2013 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

Dog cruelty case concludes with plea deal

DEB BRUMLEY

FOR THE SENTINEL

Local resident Eric David

Calvin made an appearance

in Klickitat County Superior

Court on Monday, April 15, in

response to eight charges of

Animal Cruelty, two charges

in the first degree and six in

the second degree.

The charges stemmed

from the rescue of 106 Shar

Pei dogs from his residence

during evacuation and rescue

efforts resulting from the

Monastery Complex Fire of

mid-September 2011.

Calvin left the courthouse

following his 9:30 a.m. appearance

in front of Judge

Bryan P. Altman, with all but

one charge, a first degree Animal

Cruelty charge, dropped

in exchange for a guilty plea,

which nets Calvin a Class C

Felony. The case was handled

by Klickitat County Deputy

Prosecutor Kate Mathews.

In addition to the guilty

plea, Calvin agreed to conditions

and monetary fines.

The conditions include

Calvin giving up all remaining

Shar Pei dogs by May 15,

except for a pair of neutered

animals; being assessed an

unknown amount of fines,

and the willingness to be

monitored by animal officials

after May 15.

Of the 106 animals rescued,

35 of the 40 animals received

at the Oregon Humane

Society (OHS) received new

homes, according to OHS

customer service representative,

Erika Sims.

Deb Brumley can be

reached at dbrumley@goldendalesentinel.com

BURIAL from Page 1

Goodwin said he could not

comment on the incident

pending investigation by the

trustees.

Brandie Sullivan, Randall’s

daughter, calls the

whole matter “unfortunate. I

hope the cemetery board

takes appropriate action,” she

says, adding she wants it to be

fair and reasonable. She

wrote a certified letter to the

cemetery board of trustees.

She says she has received

only one response. A meeting

is scheduled for Wednesday

morning between the trustees

and the family.

“Everybody has just been

really unduly devastated,”

Hart says. She has also posted

comments about the matter

on The Sentinel’s Facebook

page.

Summarizing the situation,

Jon Sullivan says, “It

comes down to gross negligence

on the part of the cemetery.”

The one bright spot is

Krentz and Memorial Chapel.

“I can’t emphasize this

enough,” Brandie Sullivan

says: “Derek and his wife

were great. They were worth

a million dollars to us. Derek

ordered an entombment and

is providing the headstone.”

Hart too calls Krentz and his

service “just wonderful, as

were the people at the hospital.”

Ernest House, one of the

I.O.O.F cemetery board members,

Monday said only that,

“The trustees are looking into

this.”

In response to a call from

The Sentinel to the Washington

State I.O.O.F organization,

Washington Grand Secretary

Harry Coulter said, “I

can’t comment on this now,

but we will check into it and

see what’s going on.”

Information obtained from

anonymous sources indicates

that according to the Washington

State Department of

Licensing for Cemeteries, Mt.

View’s actions did not break

any laws, though its behavior

might fall into a category of

unprofessional conduct. A

spokesperson for the department

said she could not comment

specifically on this situation

until a complaint is

brought to the department

and it has had a chance to investigate.

LOU MARZELES

SEARCH AND RESCUE GRADS: A new graduating class of Klickitat County Search and Rescue trainees was honored

last week with diplomas in a ceremony at Hometown Pizza. Pictured are: front row left to right, Seth Scarola,

Jeremy Kerns, and Jim Hill; back row left to right, SAR Coordinator Jeff King, Janie Dyment, Cynthia Linden, Doug

Robinson, Don Morgan, and Deputy Sheriff Pat Kaley. Not pictured are Ed Cornell and Betty Borg. Nine students

attended the course and completed more than 60 hours of training over a two-month period.

CITY from Page 1

sibility study; $5,000 to Goldendale

Motorsports Association

for assistance and leadership

in three events; $4,000

in employee support (employees’

time billed out to

support the event, such as

mowing, sweeping, clean-up);

$2,500 for maintenance and

upkeep (port-o-potties, trash

bins); $1,000 in special events

insurance; $1,000 in event insurance;

$3,500 for entertainment;

$3,000 for property

rentals such as hand washing

kiosks; and $2,500 for website

design. The expenses above

the anticipated revenue will

be paid from the fund’s cash

balance. The fund is anticipated

to hold $54,100 in reserves

at the end of the 2013

fiscal year, Bellamy notes.

Two local events received

support from the Goldendale

Budget Committee, Bellamy

announced. The Golden Man

Triathlon will receive all of

the funding it requested for

its 2013 event: $500 for childsized

bike racks and $500 for

advertising. The Goldendale

Farmers’ Market will not receive

the $2,000 it requested

to increase its promotions

and branding efforts. Instead

the Budget Committee approved

a waiver of all fees for

use of the Ekone Park, for

this year and years ahead. It

was the wish of the committee

to support the market

through use of the park property.

Under miscellaneous

tourism discussion items,

Bellamy said local businessman

Jim Allyn had donated a

former restaurant grill for

the soon-to-be-built outdoor

kitchen area at Ekone Park.

Bellamy also noted the 2013

July 4 Community Days

events had been expanded

and would take place this

year July 4-6. He also mentioned

the annual Rock

Crawl had changed dates and

would be taking place at the

same time as the annual

Swap Meet, July 19-21. Bellamy

also discussed efforts to

tie more tourism activities in

with the observatory.

A number of rental agreements

were approved between

the City of Goldendale

and Goldendale property

owners. The agreements

allow for an exchange: the

city may use the landowner’s

property for the swap meet,

in exchange for mowing and

upkeep of the property.

Those property owners who

entered into this agreement

with the city are Goldendale

Community Development,

LLC, Steven Burnett, PSE

Land, LLC, Rodney Assche

and Total Renal Care, Inc.

No members of the public

spoke during the Public Comment

portion of the meeting.

The final piece of council

business was to approve Ordinance

1427, which allows

the Goldendale Public Works

department to enter into a

Construction Loan Agreement

(EW-13-961-102) in the

amount of $162,735. The purpose

of the loan is to assist

the city with the costs of

building and energy upgrades

for public works projects.

The full text of the ordinance

is on file at City Hall,

and the full text will be

mailed, upon request.

The next regular council

meeting will be held May 6,

2013, at 7 p.m.

Mayor Baze adjourned the

meeting just shortly after 8

p.m.

CLERK from Page 1

staff.

“Saundra [former County

Clerk] has done a great job.

Each of the deputy clerks,

while having specific duties,

is also cross-trained. The staff

has been so good about helping

and assisting me,” says

Campbell. The office managed

799 cases in 2012, says

Campbell.

While Campbell is busy acclimating

to her new position,

she also has a pair of elections

which she needs to prepare

for. Because former

County Clerk Olson retired

with one year remaining on

her term, Campbell and any

other candidate wishing to

run, must file for office and

run, to fill the unexpired

term. Then she and any other

interested candidate must go

through the election process

again in 2014 for the full fouryear

term.

According to Klickitat

County Elections Supervisor

Brandie Sullivan, the filing

timeframe for the upcoming

special election and all other

open offices, begins April 29,

by mail, followed by online

and in-person filings accepted

the week of May 13-17. The

primary election for this office

and all other open offices

will be Aug. 6, with the general

election falling on Nov. 5.

Then the process starts over

again next year, for Campbell

and any other candidates

wishing to run for the County

Clerk’s full four-year term.

Campbell was selected,

said Klickitat County Commissioner

David Sauter, from

a strong field of three. “She

interviewed just very well,”

said Sauter. “That, with her

background and experience,

made her a great candidate.”

Campbell says she is looking

forward to serving the

people of Klickitat County.

“I have grown up with a lot

of the people I work with, and

it’s just an honor to serve,”

she says.

Deb Brumley can be

reached at dbrumley@goldendalesentinel.com.


GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON APRIL 17, 2013 — 3

HOMETOWN

Alpha Zeta

Chapter of

Delta Kappa

Gamma

celebrates

61st birthday

Seventeen Delta Kappa

Gamma members gathered

at the Glass Onion to dine

and celebrate their 12

founders who organized

and launched the Society

on May 11, 1929 in Austin,

Texas. The Society was

formed for educational and

benevolent purposes, particularly

for extending aid

to women teachers and students

by funding scholarships

for study, developing

high ideals in the teaching

profession and for conferring

distinction upon

women educators.

CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

61-YEARS YOUNG: Delta Kappa Gamma members gathered at the Glass Onion recently to celebrate

their organization’s 61st birthday.

Members also shared

memories of the 12 Klickitat

County charter members

who organized the local

chapter Alpha Zeta, on April

5, 1952. They were: Pearl

Shepherd, Grace Forry,

Emile Conboy, Wanda Erickson,

Helen Giles, Ruth

Kaiser, Effie Mae Lofgren,

Louise Murdock, Francis

Patrick, Kathryn Reader,

Marguerette Silver, and

Alice Wolverton.

Some of the present members

were students of these

women educators as well

as taught along side them.

Anyone who has had any

of these teachers are asked

to send their memories of

them

to

lljohnson65@gmail.com.

The guest of honor at the

celebration was Anh

Nguyen, who is an exchange

student at the Goldendale

High School. She spoke

about her family and schools

in Vietnam. Anh will join up

with Dr. Ogden’s mission in

Vietnam this summer and

be his interpreter.

Donors choose Goldendale High School students

THE NEXT MOVE: Devin Isaacson and Shaylee Christensen, Jerry

Stalcup and Dakota Whitner (in back) use chess-playing to learn to

plan and strategize.

Something very good is

happening to Goldendale

High School business students!

Local people and others

from around the country

have donated $3,088 to enrich

the business program projects

through the Donors

Choose website! Students are

learning new business skills.

As of now, four successfully

funded projects have been

written by Laurie Wilhite

over the last two years thanks

to generous sponsors who donated

amounts ranging from

$10 to $200. Visit the Donors

Choose website at

www.donorschoose.org and

search for her name to see

more project details and new

requests based on the needs of

business students.

Requests are based on

needs and enriching the business

curriculum. The GHS

business education department

received a Canon camera

($700) for the journalism

class, three Samsung video

cameras ($1059) for the graphic

arts and new photography

and video design class, 25

chess sets ($530) for development

of math and leadership

skills, and a multi-museum

field trip ($536) to learn about

photography, video, and local

art/history. These projects

add up to more than $3,000

and make it possible for students

to learn about photography,

video, art, and chess in

times of budget cuts.

Last Thursday, 26 students

went on the Donors Choose

funded photography/video

and museum art field trip

with business teacher Laurie

Wilhite and local mentor Judith

St. Pierre. The group received

a special tour of the

Maryhill Museum from St.

Pierre, a retired college professor

who has also written a

book about the history of the

creation and development of

the Maryhill Museum.

The students who went on

the Donors Choose field trip

were Tim Anderson, Devin

Isaacson, Dillon Shattuck, RJ

Whitman, Daniel Bischoff,

Zach Berkshire, Moy Alfaro,

Kyle Carper, Hannah Erickson,

Preston Williams, Maddie

Bartz, Katelyn McGraw,

Chris McGovern, Sawyer

Ross, Brandi Oglerie, Mary

Kate May, Michelle Fernandez,

Ana Estrada, Maggie

Thiel, Samantha Adams, Victoria

Sullivan, Jimmi Damrell,

Madi Wallis, Cassie

Bruce, Shawn Miner, and

Shaylee Christensen.

The Donors Choose grant

paid for museum admissions

and a special box lunch in the

new Maryhill Museum café.

While at Maryhill Museum,

the students were able to

take photographs of the

many works of art. Of special

interest were the many

chess sets on display on the

lower floor. The students will

be learning to play chess as

part of the most recently

funded Donors Choose project.

The next stop was the Columbia

Gorge Discovery Center

for a presentation called

Forces of Nature. The students

learned about the geology

and wildlife in the gorge to

better understand photographic

and video design opportunities.

They also had

time to visit the other exhibits

and saw bald eagles, an

owl, and a falcon up close

with a bird handler’s assistance.

Leadership activities form

10 percent of the grade in

GHS business classes and

other Career and Technical

Education courses. Students

can select a variety of ways in

which to earn the points including

joining clubs, playing

a sport, or practicing employment

skills in class. Playing

chess gives students a chance

to problem solve by planning

several moves ahead, communicate

with others, and learn

a life-long hobby. Students can

now check out a chess game

and earn leadership points

for teaching the game to a

family member or friend.

Wilhite’s students will be

playing chess on leadership

Fridays for the next couple of

months and are looking for

community members with an

interest in chess who would

be willing to join them for a

game or two. Call Wilhite at

773-5846 or contact through

email at lwilhite@gsd404.org

to set up a time to visit.

OBITUARIES

Purley/Jesse Smith Head

was born Oct. 30, 1971, at

Klickitat Valley Hospital and

passed away as a result of a

one-car accident south of

Goldendale on Hwy.97, on

April 10, 2013.

She is survived by her parents,

Karen Wilkins-Sheets

April 11, 1950- April 14, 2013

With great sadness our

Dad passed away unexpectedly

early Sunday

morning at the

home he shared

with his daughter

Carrie Dollarhyde

and her family in

Kennewick.

Dad leaves behind

3 daughters,

Michelle Noyer

(David) of Coeur d’

Alene, Idaho,

Brandy Bulow

(Jon Murphy) of

Kennewick, and Carrie Dollarhyde

(Shane). He was

Grandpa to Brandon and Tim

Eash, Dirk Dahlman, Dakota,

Cloe, and Dalton Dollarhyde,

and Hadley, Kellen and

Purley Smith Head

Kevin G. Bulow

and Leroy Smith; Her sister,

Tara Wilkins and her son,

Jordan Head.

A memorial service will be

held at 2 p.m. on Fri., April

26, at Columbus Ave. Baptist

Church, 815 N. Columbus

Ave.

Locklen Murphy. He also is

survived by sister Gayle

Ervin (Clifford) Yakima, and

brother Jerry

Bulow of Hermiston.

Dad leaves behind

many friends

and will be deeply

missed. Services

are Friday, April 19

at 10 a.m. at

Muellers Funeral

Home at 1401 S.

Union in Kennewick.

Lunch to

follow at Muellers

with burial in Irrigon at 2

p.m.

Any questions please contact

Brandy at (509) 391-9070

Carrie (509) 947-5489 or Shelly

at (208) 755-0845

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4 —April 17, 2013 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

OPINION

LOU MARZELES, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER

KAREN HENSLEE, PRODUCTION MANAGER

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN, REPORTER/SPORTS

DEB BRUMLEY, CONTRIBUTING REPORTER

Stupidity knows no season

and certainly no reason

A thoughtful hate monger—it’s so nice when they’re considerate—left

a message on a copy of The Sentinel in the newspaper rack

at McDonald’s last week. Above our picture of the gun rights rally

in Centerville, showing an orderly crowd listening to an orderly

speaker, someone had written in bold black letters, “The only thing

missing is a burning cross and hoods. Don’t be late for church now,

you hear” Below the message was a bold arrow pointing to the picture.

Of course it’s hard to try to reason what was in the mind of an unreasonable

person. How, one strains to imagine, does someone

equate people in favor of gun rights with racism—and then with

church goers Does this person really believe everyone in favor of

the Second Amendment is a Bible-thumping Klan member

Are some gun rights activists racist Who knows, but the same

question could be asked of gun control supporters. To paint an entire

demographic with a single ill-informed brush is beyond strange

and is obviously duplicitous, since the painter is clearly as biased as

he or she sees gun rights supporters. It’s a weird world out there.

—Lou Marzeles, Editor

Presby opens its doors again May 1

Where else but in the Valley of the Little Klickitat could you go to lunch

with the women of the Klickitat County Historical Society, and the topic at

the table would be herd bulls If you struggle to answer that question, you

might consider that these women, daughters, granddaughters, and great

granddaughters, of Klickitat County’s pioneers, still live their lives centered

around the raising of cattle.

And why not Legendary cattleman Ben Snipes, 21 years of age, after a

stint in the gold fields of California and Canada, realized that the thousands

of miners seeking the yellow metal to the north would provide a

ready market for cattle if he could put together a herd. In 1855 he would

hear from his Indian friend Jobe that the Valley of the Little Klickitat,

across the river and over the hills from The Dalles was “a big flat country,

miles across with nothing but grass.” “Any cattle there” asked Snipes “No

cattle, no white men, just a few Indian Cayuses and

not many of them.” It’s a fascinating fact that this

was nine years after the peak of the Oregon Trail

migration. In 1846 Oregon Trail pioneers were arriving

in The Dalles by the thousands headed for the

Willamette Valley. Klickitat County was as then

undiscovered by pioneers seeking land in the west.

1855 was a troublesome year for the new Washington

Territory. Isaac Stevens, the first governor,

had ambitious plans for the region, and chief among

them was to make treaties with the Indians that

would open the territory up for white settlement. An

earlier expedition by George B. McClellan through

Guest

commentary

Jim Link,

Klickitat

County

Historical

Society

the region had brought with it rumors of Stevens’ plans. Yakama chief

Kamiakin was convinced that soldiers would be sent to drive them off their

lands. At a meeting in the Grand Rhonde Valley with tribes of Indians from

all across the region, they deemed that if soldiers came into their lands,

they would fight.

The stage was set for the Indian wars of 1855. Ben Snipes and his Indian

cowboys watched Major Haller and his troops cross the Valley of the Little

Klickitat on their way to the first skirmish of that war. Three days later

they returned, having been beaten by Kamiakin’s warriors near Toppenish

Creek in the Yakima Valley.

That Ben Snipes was the first to see a commercial use for the “belly deep

bunchgrass” in the Valley of the little Klickitat, that he was able to graze

his cattle in peace with the Indians all throughout those troublesome times,

that Major Haller suffered defeat in his mission to investigate the deaths of

Indian Agent Bolon and others, that the Army built a fort at Blockhouse

and a wagon road over the Simcoes to build Fort Simcoe itself, is the story

of white settlers discovering the Valley of the Little Klickitat.

The “rest of the story” is that Willis Jenkins brought 150 head of cattle

into the Spring Creek area in 1859 and filed a claim on the land where the

Blockhouse stood. Thus began the settlement by whites in the Valley. The

story of cattlemen and their influence in the Valley of the Little Klickitat

continues today. Each spring and fall, travelers on local highways encounter

herds of cattle being driven to and from mountain ranges in the

Simcoes. The cowboys and cowgirls astride the horses and in the rigs driving

those cattle are descendants of those early day settlers, and may be

your local banker, a teacher in your school, or your neighbor.

Likely it is also that he or she is member of the Klickitat County Historical

Society. KCHS members understand that it is their responsibility to

preserve and protect the stories and memorabilia of those early day pioneers.

We are fortunate in that a membership to the KCHS gives us access

to all that is stored there. The doors of the Presby will again be open May

1. Planned again for this year are memorable tours and events. Call us at

773-4303, email us. presbymuseum@gorge.net, and visit our website at presbymuseum.com.

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LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

Why is KCSO

wasting an

officer

To the Editor:

If the county police department

is short manpower, why are they

parked in Ponderosa Park trying to

catch speeders on private property

Seems like a waste of time as we

have CCRs to enforce speeding.

Jim Buschman

Goldendale

Let’s have more

To The Editor:

I just wanted to say that I thoroughly

enjoyed two articles in this

April 17: 1956—Don Drysdale and Luis Aparicio

begin their professional baseball careers. They are inducted

into Cooperstown’s Baseball Hall of Fame on

the same day on August 12, 1984. 1955—Two versions of

The Ballad of Davy Crockett are among the top five

record sellers. One version was sung by Bill Hayes and

the other by old Davy himself, Fess Parker. Born: Nikita

Khrushchev (1897). Died: Kitty Carlisle (2007). Ellis

Island Family History Day. Today’s Word: Vespal—pertaining

to wasps.

April 18: 1775—Silversmith Paul Revere rides to

warn colonists the British are coming. 1923—The Yankees

beat the Red Sox 4-1 in the first baseball game

played at Yankee Stadium. 1947—New York state highway

patrolmen join soda jerks and gas jockeys and are

forced to wear bow ties for as part of their

This Week

in History

Tim O’Neill

last week’s paper: the human interest

piece on Mr. Allyn and the expanded

edition of “Looking Back”

that featured the Timmerman hanging.

My question to you is, why can’t

we see more of this Granted, the

area our paper serves is a peaceful

region for the most part and can

make for a rather bland news rag. I

would love to see a weekly column

that focused more on interesting

places, things, people, and stories

from the county, past and present.

Aren’t there any other history buffs

out there who would like to hear

about a local man still living who

led combat troops and defied direct

orders to save their lives in World

War II Or know how a man born in

1793, more than a decade before the

first white men ever laid eyes on

these hills, came to be buried in the

cemetery here Does anybody wonder

just how tall the grain elevator

is Wouldn’t any of you like to read

a story about what it was like to fire

a steam locomotive up the Swale

Canyon from Klickitat over a hundred

years ago Or about the running

battle troops from Fort Simcoe

fought with the Yakamas just over

the hills to our north, and the brass

cannon they abandoned along the

way that is supposedly still buried

somewhere up there

We live in a history rich place

that has been full of amazing people

and great stories for thousands of

years. Must one browse the bookshelf

at the Presby or attend historical

society meetings just to get a

taste

Revere’s midnight ride, London Bridge is shipped away

Jim Fisher

Goldendale

job uniform. 1968—An American millionaire

buys London Bridge for $1 million, then

ships it to the U.S. where it is reassembled

back at Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Born:

Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown (1924). Died:

Dick Clark (2012). International Juggler’s

Day. Today’s Word: Dromond—a very large

ship.

April 19: 1897—John J. McDermott of New York

City wins the first annual Boston Marathon. 1967—Father

and daughter Frank and Nancy Sinatra win a gold

record for their love duet, Something Stupid. 1993—

After a 51-day standoff, the Branch-Davidian’s compound

in Waco, Texas, is burned to the ground. On the

same day two years later, Timothy McVeigh uses about

two and a half tons of explosives in a rented truck to

blow up the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma

City. 2005—White smoke floats above the Vatican

City after when German Cardinal Ratzinger becomes

Pope Benedict XVI. Born: Jayne Mansfield

(1933). Died: Benny Hill (1992). Look Alike Day. Today’s

Word: Brevirostrate—possessing a short nose.

April 20: 2005—President George W. Bush signs the

“New Bankruptcy Law.” Citizens find it more difficult

to discharge their debt by declaring bankruptcy. 2010—

In the Gulf of Mexico, a semi-submersible offshore oil

drilling named the Deepwater Horizon explodes, followed

by the largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history.

The spill continued through July 15, and it is estimated

that between 11 to 39 million gallons were spilled.

Born: George “Sulu” Takei (1937). Died: Bram Stoker

(1912). National Pineapple Upside-Down Cake Day.

Today’s Word: Catapedamania—an obsession for

jumping from high places.

April 21: 1649—Maryland’s legislature passes the

Maryland Toleration Act providing freedom of worship

for Christians. 1723—Lord Mountebank Del Rio is

humiliated in the House of Lords for forgetting to powder

his wig. 1956—10 year old Leonard Ross wins

$100,000 on TV game show The Big Surprise for his

knowledge of stocks. 1995—The FBI arrests Timothy

McVeigh for the Oklahoma City bombing. He was at an

Oklahoma jail where he had spent two days on minor

traffic and weapons charges. Died: Baron Manfred von

Richthofen a/k/a “The Red Baron.” (1918).

Today’s Word: Corrigendum—an error in a

printed work discovered after printing and

shown with its correction on a separate

sheet.

April 22: 1500 –Portuguese explorer

Pedro Alvares Cabral discovers Terra da

Vera Cruz, which is now known as Brazil.

1864—Congress authorizes U.S. coins to contain

the national motto “In God We Trust.” 1997—In

Peru, a 126-day long occupation of the Japanese ambassador’s

residence by rebels ends when Peruvian

commandos storm the building, killing all 14 rebels. 72

hostages are freed. 2000—Elian Gonzalez is escorted

from his temporary Miami home by armed immigration

agents to be reunited with his father in Cuba.

Born: Queen Isabella I of Spain (1451). Died: Richard

Milhouse Nixon (1994). National Jelly Bean Day.

Today’s Word: Floccinaucinihilipilification—the act of

deciding something is totally valueless.

April 23: 1348—On St George’s Day, King Edward III

founds the highest order chivalry, the Order of the

Garter. 1985—After conducting a top secret research

study called Operation Kansas, Coca-Cola releases

New Coke but traditional Coke is brought back to the

market in less than three months. Born: Captain of the

Good Ship Lollypop, Shirley Temple (1928). Died:

James Earl Ray (1998). Lovers Day. Today’s Word: Jobation—tiresome

criticism.

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GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON APRIL 17, 2013 — 5

COMMUNITY

Grant writing class for non profits offered

Home & Garden show this weekend

The February AARP Bulletin

mentions that getting

Social Security benefits by

paper check was suppose to

be a thing of the

past as of March 1.

But there are those

few who just don’t

believe in receiving

anything electronically

through

direct deposit or a

Direct Express prepaid

debit card.

Ask your bank

how direct deposit works if

you are questioning it. I personally

think that the debit

card is a good idea for those

who don’t have a bank account.

To sign up for direct

deposit, go to GoDirect.org or

call 800-333-1795. The Fifth

Annual Goldendale Home &

Hear’s

Goldendale

Diana

Notestine

State Grange Membership Chairman

Rusty Hunt gave a verbal as well as

handout presentation on the value

Grange can once again be to the community,

to those attending the meeting at

the Columbia Grange on Monday,

April 8. It was decided

that those present would take

time to digest the material

and speak to others in our

area to find out how much, if

any, interest residents have in

reviving the organization

back to its previous significance.

A follow-up meeting

will be held there on Monday,

May 13 at 4 p.m.

Each year during the month of May,

the Lyle Lions Club has a “White Cane”

awareness day to help raise funds for the

Pacific Northwest Lions Foundation.

The goal of all Lions Clubs is to assist

those afflicted with vision and hearing

challenges and to provide funding towards

physical tests and functioning

aids for these hardships. At the Saturday,

May 4, Lions Breakfast, there will be a

special donation box designated for

“White Cane” day with all funds received

going directly towards

the Pacific NW Lions Sight

and Hearing programs,

which will help to greatly impact

many lives for the better.

We hope everyone will come

and enjoy a delicious breakfast

and also support a worthy

cause.

If you belong to a nonprofit

organization you know how

hard it is to financially survive. A grant

writing class is being offered at the Lyle

Activity Center on April 27. Doors open

at 9 a.m. for registration or pre-register

by April 25 by contacting Linda Williams

at lindaj@gorge.net or (509) 773-6067.

Classes from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. will cover

many topics with emphasis toward

Garden Show will be setting

up beginning Wednesday,

April 17, at the Klickitat

County Fairgrounds for this

weekend. The

doors will be open

Friday, April 19

from 10 a.m. to 7

p.m., Saturday,

April 20, from 10

a.m. to 6 p.m., and

Sunday, April 21

from 10 a.m. to 3

p.m. Parking and

admission are both

free again this year. You can

enter a drawing for a $35 gas

card by donating one non-perishable

item to the Goldendale

Food Bank. Look for ‘The

Red Hat Ladies’ who will be

doing the collection. There is

handicapped parking near

the front doors. There are a

variety of exhibitors/vendors

this year, with some regulars

and also new ones. You

will find home improvement,

arts, local and regional services

and products. You will

see more nurseries and more

food vendors too. Master Gardeners

will be there with

their professional advice, to

answer your garden questions.

They will be hosting a

variety of speakers talking

about horticulture, agriculture,

tree health and forest

pests, stink bugs and fruit

flies, biodegradable mulching,

vegetable grafting and how to

extend your growing season.

Coming soon is the Annual

Rural 7 “Fire Victims Fund”

Auction and Yard Sale. You

can check out the yard sale on

Friday evening, April 26, from

smaller local grants. Your organization

will realize the initial investment of $25

per person was well spent.

Speaking of grants…OLESS would

like to publicly thank Home Depot for

their generous donation of not only a

large portion of the sheetrock needed for

the ceiling of the ‘Riverview Room’ at the

Activity Center, but also trained staff volunteers

to help install it! According to

The Dalles Operations ASM Delmar

Pruneda, it is Home Depot’s way to ‘in

turn’ show their appreciation to valued

community customers. Next time you are

shopping there, thank them personally.

Our Clean-up Day went by in a flash.

The two 40-yard dumpsters allotted to us

were full by 2:30 p.m. It was fast and furious

but a lot of people got a lot of debris

and junk disposed of. The Community

Council wishes to thank the Country

Café and the Lyle Merc for their generous

donations of coffee and snacks for

the workers.

4 p.m. to 7 p.m. The auction

begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday,

April 27 with both events happening

at the Rural 7 Fire

Hall 327 W. Brooks St. in Goldendale.

Go to www.rural7.net

for more information.

The Community Center

Steering Committee would

like your input regarding a

potential community center

for the city of Goldendale.

The survey was in last week’s

Goldendale Sentinel or it may

also be obtained online at

http://www.ci.goldendale.wa.

us. Please fill it out by April 24

and return the survey to the

City or The Sentinel. It may be

mailed to the city at Community

Center Steering Committee,

1103 S. Columbus, Goldendale,

WA 98620.

Glenwood grandparents welcome new

arrivals; third quarter honor roll released

Dru and Chelsy (Wheelhouse) Simerson

of Carson City, Nev., welcomed their

second son into the world on March 17,

St. Patrick’s Day. Derek Lee Simerson

weighed 9 pounds and was 20-½ inches

long at birth. Derek’s big brother Conner

was happy to have “his

baby” join him at home.

Lyle News

Mildred Lykens

Glenwood

News

Glenwood

Homemakers

Local grandparents are Rich

and Dannet Wheelhouse;

great-grandparents include

Frieda Sheridan of Glenwood

and Dick and Neva

Wheelhouse of Goldendale.

Brian and Vicky (Miller)

Jones became parents of a

beautiful baby girl, Penelope Rose Jones,

on April 1, April Fool’s Day. Miss Jones

was a dainty 5 pounds 15 ounces and 20

inches long when she was born. The

Jones family lives in Beaverton, Ore.

Harry and Chris Miller were excited to

join the rank of grandparents; as were

Janet and Jim DeAngelis of Vacerville,

Calif., and Rob and Sharon Jones of Cottonwood,

Calif. Penelope’s great-grandparents

include Bill and Rebecca Correll

from Asotin and Mary Mullins from Port

Angeles. Uncle Travis and Aunt Kelly

Miller were thrilled with the new addition

to the family as well!

Congratulations to each of the young

families with ties to Glenwood

and babies born on pseudoholidays.

We look forward to meeting

both Derek and Penelope when

they get to Glenwood!

Boy, this school year is just

flying by! Names of students

earning honor roll status during

the third quarter have

been released by the school. Those children

include: Sixth graders – Baily Gimlin

and Kinley Troh. Seventh graders –

Madi Couch, Brittany McCoy and Forrest

Putnam. Eighth graders – Andrew

Dechand and Colton Troh. Freshmen –

Baylee Couch, Reyauna Guzman,

Marisela Hernandez and Bethany Putnam.

Sophomores – Greg Dechand and

Becca Hallenbeck. Juniors – Richard

Slawson and Jonathan Throop. Senior –

Dakota Jones. Many of these students

work or participate in sports and still

maintain note-worthy GPAs — congratulations

to each of the students!

Hell Roaring and Bird and Frasier Irrigation

have announced their combined

annual meeting for Monday, April 22 at

7:30 p.m. at the Glenwood Grange Hall.

The agenda includes election of board

members and adoption of the 2013 water

assessment rate. All water shareholders

are encouraged to attend the meeting.

Pampered Chef consultant, Julie

Wasserman, will be sponsoring a

fundraiser for the Class of 2019 in the

multi purpose room on April 22 from 3

p.m. until 6 p.m. Julie will be offering

Pampered Chef merchandise at great

discounts (25 percent off stock on hand –

and 10 percent off catalog orders.) Julie

will generously donate 25 percent of all

orders to the sixth grade class. Take this

opportunity to support the Class of 2019

and get some great buys on wonderful

Pampered Chef products!

Late season snow

brings much needed

moisture

As of Monday morning at 10 a.m. April 15 we have 2 inches

of very wet snow! Good, we need that moisture.

The Carousel Museum is now open on Friday, Saturday

and Sunday in downtown Bickleton. Whoop-N-Holler will

be open soon on the same days or by a phone call.

News from Jessica Cummings Colvin, who graduated

from Bickleton in 2009, she and her husband attend WSU.

During spring break she was able to attend a conference in

New York with people from all over the world. She was able

to take a few side trips on her own

while there. She thought it was a great

trip.

A new baby joined the family of Jessalyn

and Jake Fey. Iris Michelle Louise

Fey born in Portland, joins her older

brother Cedar Fey. Grandparents are

Donita and Bill Brownlee of Hood

River, Cindy Crawford of Hood River,

Michael and Annett Fey of Bay City,

Ore. Great-grandmother Kit Naught

Tallman of Goldendale, also greats are John and Micki Sullivan

of The Dalles. Great-great grandparents are Don and

Dorothy Naught of Bickleton. That baby has 11 grandparents

if I counted right! Congratulations.

The Old Time Fiddlers will be playing April 27 at the Senior

Center on Wallace in Grandview at 2 p.m.

Our kids all showed up for the annual “help Mom and

Dad” clean up weekend on the farm. Usually we enjoy it but

the wind was blowing so hard and it was in the low 40s so we

did not enjoy it as usual.

Richard McBride called and says it is too hot down in Arizona

and they will be coming home to the ranch right away.

It is time to get your money to Crystal Merfeld for the

graduation luggage. We have 11 graduates this year.

Scholarships offered for

TL students, adults

Educational opportunities abound this spring in Trout

Lake. If you have an interest in the history of Trout Lake,

then perhaps you would be the right person to help curate a

local history ‘exhibit.’ Carleen Stephens, a descendant of

Joseph Aerni, an early settler of Trout Lake, is interested in

putting together small collection for the public. The exhibit

would include photos, letters, and stories about Trout Lake

history. Anyone who is interested in helping should contact

Karen Smith at the Trout Lake School Library for more information,

395-2571.

There are also several scholarship opportunities for both

students, and adults in our area. The application period is

now open for Trout Lake Community

Foundation Scholarships for 2013. Application

information and a list of

available scholarships can be found on

the Community Foundation website at

http://community.gorge.net/tlcfoundation/tlcf.htm.

The Community Foundation

is a continuing education scholarship

for adult residents of Trout Lake

who are looking to gain additional education,

support a career change, or

East End

News

Ada Ruth

Whitmore

Trout Lake

News

Sofia Brubaker

learn additional skills. The continuing education scholarship

is sponsored by the Trout Lake Grange.

If you are looking to pursue a degree in medicine specifically,

then maybe The Skyline Foundation’s Wayne M. Henkle,

M.D. Scholarship would be perfect for you. This scholarship

is specifically for residents of western Klickitat or

eastern Skamania counties who are seeking secondary education

or further training in health care. Recipients must be

dedicated to returning this area to work or volunteer in the

health field for at least one year. The Foundation funds up to

$2,000 of total scholarships per year (most recipients receive

$500-$1,000), depending on the requested amounts and number

of awards granted. The annual application deadline is

May 31. So apply now.


6 — APRIL 17, 2013 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

LOU MARZELES

FATALITY ON 97: A Goldendale resident, Purley K. Head,

41, died following a single car accident on SR97, five miles

south of Goldendale. The accident occurred on April 10, at

1:02 p.m. According to the Washington State Patrol report,

Head was southbound in a 1996 Mercury Sable when the

car left the roadway to the west. The car struck the rocky hillside

and rolled onto its roof, coming to rest on the southbound

lane. The report says Head used her seatbelt and

drugs or alcohol was not involved. The accident is under

investigation.

Award-winning singer/songwriter

to perform in Goldendale

On Thursday, April 18, at 7

p.m., the Andy Hackbarth

Band, with special guest D.J.

Lennon, will perform at the

Goldendale Middle School auditorium,

located at 520 E.

Collins Drive in Goldendale.

Tickets are $5, available at

the door and from high school

and middle school music students.

A portion of proceeds

will benefit the Goldendale

high school and middle

school music programs.

Hackbarth first performed

in Goldendale in 2012, and returns

to town this spring on a

tour of the western U.S. to

promote his upcoming album

and fourth studio release,

Treadmill Horses (May 14),

which mixes the American

folk tradition with indie-pop

sensibilities. He will be joined

by his Denver-based band to

Agencies offer free Columbia River boat inspections

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invites

recreational boaters to prepare their boats

for summer by hosting free vessel safety inspections

at Columbia Hills State Park from 7

a.m. to noon April 27.

To help kick off the first day of trout fishing

season, the Corps, along with other federal,

state and local law enforcement agencies,

will conduct voluntary boat safety inspections

at the Horsethief Lake boat ramp.

During the safety check agency representatives

will ensure boaters have the proper marine

equipment, clarify federal and state regulations,

discuss safety precautions and answer

any boating-related questions. Vessels

passing the inspection will receive a 2013 US

Coast Guard Auxiliary inspection sticker.

No citations will be issued the day of the inspections.

Columbia Hills State Park is located off

Washington State Highway 14 at Milepost 85,

about two miles upriver from The Dalles

Dam. For more information about Corps

recreation areas and activities on the Columbia

River, contact The Dalles Lock and Dam

Ranger Office at (541) 506-7857 or visit

http://www.nwp.usace.army.mil, click on the

Missions tab and then on the Recreation tab.

CONTRIBUTED

BAND PERFORMANCE: The Andy Hackbarth band will perform

this Thursday in the auditorium of Goldendale Middle School.

Hackbarth will also work with Goldendale students during their visit.

perform a mix of original

songs, virtuosic guitar selections

and one-of-a-kind renditions

of classic cover tunes.

Local singer/songwriter DJ

Lennon is slated to perform a

short opening set.

A native of Colorado’s

Rocky Mountains, Hackbarth

grew up hiking the backcountry

alongside his family’s llamas

(they carried his guitars),

where he developed an

early love of outdoor adventure

and the natural world.

These themes appear again

and again in his songwriting,

a craft he honed during years

spent writing songs in

Nashville. His harmonies

have their roots in classical

and Spanish guitar, as Hackbarth

trained as a classical

guitarist since the age of 11

with nationally renowned

performers such as Sharon

Isbin at the Aspen Music Festival.

Susan Varner, of KSPK

Radio, describes Hackbarth

as “the most versatile performer

[she has] ever seen...

He has a natural charisma on

stage, a mesmerizing virtuosity

on the guitar, and a voice

that completely captivates

people.”

Hackbarth and the band

will also be working with

Goldendale students during

their visit. For more information

about Andy Hackbarth

and his band, visit

www.AndyHackbarth.com.

4-H Equine

wellness

and

vaccination

clinic at

fairgrounds

Horse owners planning

on participating in

the Klickitat County Fair

can take advantage of a 4-

H equine wellness and

vaccination clinic, April

24 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

The purpose of the clinic

is to safeguard horses

that will be taking part in

fairs and shows during

the coming months.

The clinic will be held

in the parking lot across

from the Klickitat County

fairgrounds with services

provided by Marianne

Randall, DVM. The

vaccines that will be

available include West

Nile virus ($22), rhino

($12), intranasal flu ($12),

three-way EWT ($10) and

dewormer ($8). In addition,

information about

transportation safety and

proof of ownership will

be available.

Contact the Extension

office at 773-5817 for more

information.

CEKC to

sponsor

grant

writing

workshop

On April 27, Community

Enrichment for Klickitat and

Skamania County (CEKC)

will sponsor a grant-writing

workshop at the Lyle Activity

Center from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Anyone interested in learning

more about any aspect of

grant writing is encouraged

to attend.

Attendees are asked to preregister

by April 25 by contacting

Linda Williams at lindaj@gorge.net

or (509) 773-

6067. Registration is $25 per

person, and is payable at the

door. Registration is limited

to the first 30 people.

CEKC, a 501(c)(3) non-profit

entity, acts as a fiscal agent

for many local organizations.

Its purpose is to collaborate

with all Klickitat and Skamania

county communities to

aid in the development and

implementation of local projects

generated from local issues

and concerns, provide

support and services as a fiscal

agent for community

grants and work as an advocate

in acquiring resources

for enrichment opportunities

for the citizens in the area.


GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON APRIL 17, 2013 — 7

More than books on wheels, it’s Judy and the bookmobile

DEB BRUMLEY

FOR THE SENTINEL

If you can the name the following

government service,

chances are, you are a bookworm

or have one in the family:

this essential, but unsung

service has been providing

regular visits to Klickitat

County residents for more

than 25 years by the same driver;

the service itself is 40

years old. The vehicle for the

service is a multi-colored bus

driven more than 1,400 square

miles twice a month, making

21 stops over the course of

two weeks, 26 times a year

and provides in excess of

4,000 items at a time either in

use or ready to be perused. If

your guess is this service is

the Goldendale/Klickitat

Bookmobile service with driver

Judy Bane, you are not

only correct, but may well

have bookworm potential.

Bane, a lifelong Goldendale

resident and the local Soroptomist

Club’s 2012 Woman of

the Year, can be found inside

the West Burgen Street library

garage three times a

week filling bookmobile

shelves, special orders and

adding items of interest.

Once her mobile library is

full and overflowing, she then

drives hundreds of rural and

geographically challenging

miles each day, in most kinds

of weather, to ensure her hundreds

of customers are not

disappointed. Bane delivers

books, true enough, but she

also brings access to all library

services, specialty orders

and a sense of community

with her each library day.

Bane’s fully-filled traveling

library carries books, magazines,

movie type special orders,

but also a cacophony of

items deemed by Bane to be a

good fit for her hundreds of

customers. From Cleveland,

Bickleton, Centerville,

Alderdale/Mercer Ranch,

Lyle, Pitt, Wishram and Dallesport,

Bane’s arrival is regular

as clockwork, but oftentimes,

her customers living in

these highly remote areas,

have prepared her spot for

her, by digging out the snow,

LOOKING BACK

April 17, 2013

50 Years Ago – April 18, 1963

• Stanley Lamb, the Goldendale garbage franchise

holder, was designated a city dump attendant to allow him

to help enforce control at the city dump. It was also pointed

out at the meeting that Lamb has a garbage hauling

franchise for the city and that it is illegal for a person to

haul garbage for anyone except themselves.

75 Years Ago – April 14, 1938

• Robert G. Clostermann, German Counsel for Oregon,

was the Goldendale Chamber of Commerce featured

speaker at the member’s evening meeting. He declared

that Germany is a peace loving country and has no intention

of plunging the world into war. He pointed out that

under Hitler German unemployment had been virtually

ended, its internal prosperity had increased and that the

people were happy under their government. Clostermann

described the fine highways now built in Germany, and

the successful labor organization system said to be functioning

there. The regular Chamber of Commerce session,

the first held under the presidency of Phil Hingston,

consisted for the most part of routine business.

PHOTO BY DEB BRUMLEY

HERE SHE COMES: Local bookmobile driver Judy Bane is part and parcel of the bookmobile service offered 21 times a month over 1.400

miles of Klickitat County by the Goldendale/Klickitat Library District.

clearing the road, providing a

warm something to drink, to

ward off the chill. If she is

running late, customers have

been known to go looking for

her.

Books and reading materials

are essential enough, but

it’s the sense of family and

community as well, that Judy

and the bookmobile offer to

her loyal customers. Bane

tells a typical story of the extended

family she has developed

on the road.

“The bus lost water on my

drive to Bickleton one day, not

too long ago. A retired gentleman

brought me water, tape

and followed me all the way in

to make sure I got there,” says

Bane.

Voters of Klickitat County

approved a local library service

for its residents in 1972.

One year later, the bookmobile

was launched and has,

since the beginning, been one

of the very important pieces

of taxpayer-paid outreaches

for customers of the Goldendale/Klickitat

library, according

to Naomi Fisher, the local

library branch’s Community

Librarian (Library Manager).

“The bookmobile is public relations

and it’s about bringing

services, a connection to

the communities we serve. It

also brings a quality of life to

the customers,” says Fisher.

“It’s as though each customer

views Judy as their personal

librarian. It’s a great connection.”

Bane would concur.

“When my husband

(Everette) died two years ago,

the stack of cards I got, was

this high,” said Bane, demonstrating

an imaginary threefoot

high list. “Some of the

kids who used the bus service

growing up hunted me down

in the grocery store when

they heard (about Everette)

and gave me their cell number

in case I ever needed anything.

Books, yes, but family,”

says Bane.

The bookmobile program

is housed beneath the umbrella

of the Goldendale/Klickitat

library’s services, which

itself is folded into the large

Ft. Vancouver Regional Library

District. Because the

body of collective library services

is so broad and wide, the

bookmobile is able to bring

news, opportunities and access

to other library programs

services in addition to

providing core reading material

services. According to the

library’s website

www.fvrl.org, “. . . 60 to 120

programs are offered by bookmobile

and outreach staff in

our outlying communities

each year.”

Some of the typical services

Bane’s bookmobile

might bring to rural customers

are a librarian to provide

a story hour in an out of

the way location. Bane says

it’s normal for the “young

mom in the neighborhood

who does the babysitting to

bring all her kids to story

hour. When you live rural, it’s

a very big deal,” says Bane.

Another service aboard the

bookmobile is the current calendar

of events and the library

district’s newsletter. Inside

the newsletter may be an

invitation to teens to exchange

books or participate

in a young writer’s competition.

To use the many services of

the bookmobile and library

district is very simple, said

Fisher. “We need a one time,

initial, face-to-face contact

with our customers to initiate

a card, and a proof of residence.”

Once residency has

been established in person, a

card is issued. Users can

apply for a first-time library

card with Bane during one of

the regular bookmobile stops

or come into the local library

located on West Burgen Street

in Goldendale, which is open

Monday through Saturday,

from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. From

this simple transaction, a

card is issued and the Goldendale-Klickitat-Ft.

Vancouver

Regional Library District’s

wealth of services and programs

is open to the user.

A bookmobile customer is

able to order books directly

from Bane and the materials

will be delivered in two weeks

at the next regular visit; or if

two weeks is too long to wait,

books can be mailed to customers,

said Fisher, via the

U.S. Postal Service. Customers

with good Internet access

can jump online, said

Fisher and order new books

or renew their reading and informational

materials. The

bookmobile-library services

include E-books, audiobooks

which will read to the customer

and movies. For those

doing research, who might

have questions, the library

district has hired contract librarians

who are available to

answer questions 24 hours a

day, said Fisher. “If you call

late, you might get a librarian

with an Australian accent,”

says Fisher, chuckling.

Call it books on wheels, call

it family or connections, the

bookmobile services which

are delivered faithfully across

Klickitat County has broad

support and continues to

meet the needs of many who

live in remote areas of the

county which typically lack

services.

“Yes, the bookmobile

might be the highlight for

some old folks or I might be

the only person they talk to

that week, who doesn’t live in

their part of the world,” says

Bane. Bane says she has former

customers who have

grown up and “Friended” her

on Facebook. “They wanted

to keep that connection I

guess,” says Bane.

For more information

about the bookmobile or the

Goldendale Library services,

call (509) 773-4487, stop by 131

West Burgen in Goldendale,

or go online, and find the

bookmobile schedule:

http://fvrl.ent.sirsi.net/client

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ue.

100 Years Ago – April 26, 1913

• James Eshban returned to the [Cedar] valley Saturday

evening, after about a month plowing at Frank Mesecher’s.

He has four head of horses and a mascot. The mascot

is a poor wild cayuse that he found starving and freezing

in the snow a year ago near the old Sam Lucas place.

James has sure been a good father to that poor infant.

125 Years Ago – April 19, 1888

• Johnnny Snover is expected to return to Goldendale

this week to accept the office of deputy sheriff. Johnny

has had some experience in this line in Clark County, and

will no doubt make an efficient officer.

Compiled by Jean Allyn Smeltzer,

of the Klickitat County Historical Society


8 — APRIL 17, 2013 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

RECORDS

On-going

Events

Every Monday - Friday

•KLCK 1400 am Hotline from

8:35 a.m to 9 a.m.

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 First Monday

•Wishram Community Council

meeting at 82 Main St.,

Wishram. Public is invited.

Call for times, 772-2702.

Every First and Third

Monday

•Rainbow Girls meeting at

219 S. Columbus. Dinner at

6:30 p.m. (open to the public)

with meeting following. 773-

4567.

Every Second Monday

•Book Talk P.M., a reading

and discussion group for

adults from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at

the Goldendale Community

Library, 131 W. Burgen. 773-

4487.

•A.B.A.T.E. meets at the

Goldendale American Legion.

at 7 p.m.

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

773-5301.

•Weight Watchers meetings

at 5 p.m. at the Goldendale

Primary School library, located

at 820 S. Schuster. Contact

Maureen for more information,

773-6344.

•AA women’s support group

eets from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at

the Goldendale United

Methodist Church, located at

109 E. Broadway.

Every Tues., Wed.

& Thurs.

•Kid’s Camp after school program

at Goldendale Primary

School. Meets Tuesdays and

Thursdays from 2:50 p.m. to

5:30 p.m. and Wednesdays from

1:45 p.m. to 5 p.m.

•Family History Center, located

at the corner of N.

Columbus and McKinley is

open Tues. & Thurs. 10 a.m. to

2 p.m., Wed. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

and from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Ancestry.com plus more. Appointments

available outside

these hours. Open to the public.

(509) 250-3095.

Every Tuesday and

Thursday

•KLCK Klickitat AM talk

show at 8:05 a.m. on 1400am

or klck1400.com.

Every Second Tuesday

•Klickitat Republicans meet at

6 p.m. at the Dallesport Community

Center. www.klickitat

republicans.org

•Klickitat County Search and

Rescue general meeting and

training at 6:30 p.m. at the

KPUD meeting room. 773-

4455.

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 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 Wednesday

•Kiwanis meets at 7 a.m. at

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Golden Coyote Coffee, located

on Main Street.

•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. Pre-registration

required, 773-5100.

•Open public prayer at Goldendale

Nazarene Church, located

at 124 W. Allyn, at 6:30

p.m.

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 First and Third

Wednesday

Goldendale Little League

meeting at Goldendale City

fire hall at 6 p.m.

Every Second Wednesday

•Alzheimer's Association

Caregiver Support Group at

the Goldendale Senior Center,

located at 115 E. Main,

from 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

•Columbia Basin Goat Guild

meeting at 2 p.m. at Golden

Coyote Coffee, 120 W. Main in

Goldendale. Open to anyone

interested in goats or has

goats. (509) 225-0371

Every Thursday

Goldendale Chamber business

luncheon from noon to 1

p.m. Monthly list is available

at the Chamber, 773-3400.

Also available in Upcoming

Events.

•Bingo at the Goldendale

American Legion Post 116 for

members and their guests at

6:30 p.m.

Every First Thursday

•Masonic Lodge, 219 S.

Columbus, meeting. Dinner

at 6:30 p.m. open to the public,

meeting follows. For

more information, visit

www.goldendalefreemasons.org

or call 773-5785.

Every First and Third

Thursday

Goldendale moms group/play

group from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30

a.m. at Goldendale Community

Grace Brethren Church. For

more information, call Jennifer

at (503) 703-1330.

Every First, Third &

Fourth Thursday

•Cub Scout Pack 551 in Goldendale

meets at the United

Methodist church at 6:30 p.m.

(509) 434-8799

Every Second Thursday

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.

•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 Hometown

Pizza from noon to 1 p.m.

Everyone is invited.

Goldendale Motorsports Association

meeting at Hometown

Pizza at 6 p.m. for dinner,

meeting starts at 7 p.m.

Every Third Thursday

•Oil pastels taught at the

Golden Art Gallery, from 10

a.m. to noon. 773-5100.

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 Friday & Saturday

till April 13

•AARP tax aide at the Goldendale

Grange Hall on Fridays

from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays

from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Call Senior Services for appointments,

773-3757.

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 First Saturday

•Men’s breakfast at Columbus

Ave. Baptist Church, located

at 815 N. Columbus, at 8

a.m. 773-5075.

•Men’s breakfast at Community

Grace Brethren Church,

located at 1180 S. Roosevelt at

8 a.m. 773-3388.

Every First & Third

Saturday

•Men’s Breakfast at Goldendale

Nazarene Church, located

at 124 W. Allyn. Call Mike

Howard for time and more

information, 773-3217.

Every Second Saturday

•Pencil with Joan at the Golden

Art Gallery at 10 a.m. Preregistration

required, 773-

5100.

Every Third Saturday

•Oriental art (Sumi brush

techniques) at the Golden

Art Gallery at 10 a.m. with

Margaret. Pre-registration

required, 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. Pre-registration required,

773-5100.

Every First & Third

Sunday

•Breakfast at the Goldendale

American Legion Post 116 for

members and guests from 8

a.m. to 10:30 a.m. with menu

selections. 773-4265.

Upcoming

Thursday, April 18

•Business luncheon at KVH

Cafe featuring KVH CEO John

White talking about the health

fair on May 18.

•The Andy Hackbarth Band

(award winning folk

singer/songwriter) with special

guest DJ Lennon performing

at the Goldendale Middle

School auditorium at 7 p.m.

Tickets $5 at the door with a

portion of proceeds to benefit

Goldendale High School and

Middle School music program.

Friday, April 19

•Centerville Grange appreciation

dinner at 6 p.m. followed

by Pinochle party at 7 p.m.

Everyone welcome.

•Second annual Box Canyon

Shootout pre-registration

meeting at the Goldendale

American Legion from 6 p.m.

to 7:30 p.m. Pre-registration fee

is $20 for the first entry, $15 for

each additional entry.

Shootout will be Saturday,

June 1 and Sunday, June 2.

Fri., Sat., Sun., Apr. 19, 20, 21

•Fifth annual Home & Garden

Show at the Klickitat County

Fairgrounds, location at 903 N.

Fairgrounds Rd. Free parking

and free admission. Hours:

Friday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday

10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

•Rock Creek Pow Wow at the

Rock Creek Longhouse.

Salmon and Root Feast on Sunday.

For more information, call

(509) 250-1672.

Saturday, April 20

•Sexual Assault awareness

event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on

the courthouse lawn. Sponsored

by Programs for Peaceful

Living, 773-6100.

•Cherry of a Ride, a recreational

bicycle ride in the

beautiful Columbia River

Gorge. Register online at

www.cherryofaride.org. For

more information, please contact

St. Mary’s Academy at

541-296-6004 or email

devdir@smatd.org.

Sunday, April 21

•Gorge Winds Spring concert

at 2 p.m. in The Dalles at Calvary

Baptist Church, located

at 3350 Columbia View Dr.

•Monday, April 22

•12th annual “Mid-Columbia

Jazz Night” at 6:30 p.m. at the

Civic Auditorium on The

Dalles. Features local area

high school talent. Admission

$5 or $10 for family at the door

with all proceeds benefitting

The Dalles Civic Auditorium.

Mon. & Tues., April 22 & 23

•AARP Driver Safety Course at

the Goldendale United

Methodist Church from 1 p.m.

to 5 p.m. each day, both days required.

$12 for members, $14

for non-members. Call Mike

Hay to register, 773-6691.

Tuesday, April 23

•Cowboy poetry night with

Ned Bowdy at 7 p.m. at the

Goldendale Library.

Wednesday, April 24

•4-H equine wellness and vaccination

clinic from 4 p.m. to 7

p.m. across from the Klickitat

County Fairgrounds in the

large parking lot. Open to the

public. Variety of vaccinations

as well as information about

transportaion safety, proof of

ownership and other topics.

Worming also available. For

more information, call 773-5817.

Thursday, April 25

•Business luncheon at KVH

Cafe featuring Goldendale Police

Chief Rick Johnson and

Sunday Sutton talking about

the Goldendale Meth Action

Team.

Fri. & Sat., April 26 & 27

•Fire Victims Fund Auction

and Yard Sale at Rural 7 Fire

Hall, 327 W. Brooks. Yard Sale

begins on Friday, April 26 at 4

p.m. 773-4246.

Monday, April 29

•Dining at Downton: a history

lecture by Tames Alan on the

traditions of elegance of the

early 1900’s at the Goldendale

Library at 7 p.m.

GOLDENDALE

SCHOOLS LUNCH

Thursday, April 18

Primary/Middle School

B - Breakfast roll, fruit, ,milk

L - Turkey gravy on mashed potatoes,

bread, peas, carrots, fruit, milk

High School

B - Breakfast pizza, fruit, milk

L - Chickenburger or lasagna

Friday, April 19

Primary/Middle School

B - Oatmeal, toast, fruit, juice, milk

L - Chicken fajita, veggies, fruit, milk

High School

B - Breakfast sandwich, fruit, milk

L - Teriyaki dippers or taco casserole

Monday, April 22

Primary/Middle School

B - French toast, fruit, milk

L - Teriyaki dippers, rice, broccoli,

carrots, fruit, milk

High School

B - Breakfast sandwich, fruit, juice,

milk

L - Chicken stir-fry or burrito

Tuesday, April 23

Primary/Middle School

B - Cereal, toast, fruit, milk

L - Soup, sandwich, veggies, fruit,

milk

High School

B - Breakfast burrito, fruit, juice, milk

L - Taco or enchilada

Wednesday, April 24

Primary/Middle School

B - Cereal, toast, fruit, milk

L - Tacos, green beans, carrots,

fruit, milk

High School

B - French toast, fruit, juice, milk

L - Chickenburger or spanish casserole

Senior Meals

• Thursday, April 18

Noon

Goldendale

Senior Center

Chicken

• Tuesday, April 23

Noon

Goldendale Senior

Center & Lyle

Community Center

Country Steak

Call Mt. Adams

Transportation Service

for transportation

to meal sites:

Goldendale 773-3060

White Salmon 493-4662

WEATHER

Wednesday, April 17

P Cloudy, High 57, Low 32

Sunrise: 6:13 a.m.

Sunset: 7:54 p.m.

Thursday, April 18

P Cloudy, High 59, Low 40

Sunrise: 6:11 a.m.

Sunset: 7:54 p.m.

Friday, April 19

P Cloudy, High 59, Low 38

Sunrise: 6:10 a.m.

Sunset: 7:56 p.m.

Saturday, April 20

P Cloudy, High 59, Low 34

Sunrise: 6:08 a.m.

Sunset: 7:57 p.m.

Sunday, April 21

P Cloudy, High 61, Low 34

Sunrise: 6:06 a.m.

Sunset: 7:58 p.m.

Monday, April 22

P Cloudy, High 62, Low 37

Sunrise: 6:05 a.m.

Sunset: 8:00 p.m.

Tuesday, April 23

P Cloudy, High 63, Low 36

Sunrise: 6:03 a.m.

Sunset: 8:01 p.m.

Check out our website for the most

current weather information from

Weather Underground.

www.goldendalesentinel.com

EAST

DISTRICT

COURT

March 14

•Enrique Garza: Negligent

Driving 2 (1/22/13); Committed,

fine $550.

•Justin Gould Wasson: Speeding

5 MPH Over Limit

(1/25/13), Op. Mot. Veh. Without

Ins. (1/25/13); Committed

both counts, fine $663.

•Robert Gary Hassing: No

Valid Oper. License With Valid

ID (2/16/13); Dismissed.

March 19

•Ann L. Betney: Disorderly

Conduct (9/13/11); Dismissed

after completion of S.O.C.

•Jeremy Dominique Foix:

DWLS 3 (11/10/12); Dismissed

per plea agreement.

•Billy John Fox: Marijuana

Poss. Less/Equal 40 Grams

(10/3/12); Dismissed.

Dissolutions ~ March 2013

• Sandra Goree vs. Norman Goree

•Shannon Briseno vs. Thomas Briseno

• Emily Randall-Barnes vs. David Barnes

• Leslie Hayrynen vs. Gregory Hayrynen

• Redd Graves vs. Douglas Graves


GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON APRIL 17, 2013 — 9

Bad inning forces Wolves

to split with Lightning

SPORTS

ANDREW CHRSITIANSEN

REPORTER

“I never know who’s

going to show up,” lamented

Coach Bob Dohrman, early

in game two of a doubleheader

against La Salle on

Saturday in Goldendale. It

was a real Jekyl and Hyde

day for the Timberwolves

who got clobbered in the

first game 13-3 thanks to six

errors and a 10-run second

inning for the Lightning.

Game two was much different

with the Wolves in control

from the first inning

and earning the split with a

9-2 win.

The Lightning sent 14 batters

to the plate in the second

inning of the opener.

Six reached base on singles,

two on errors and three

walked, two with the bases

loaded. Lucas Denney threw

77 pitches in just 1 2/3 innings

of work, giving up 11

runs, only four of which

were earned. Ben Cochran

came in to finish the game,

allowing just two hits and

two runs. Maybe the craziest

statistic for the game was

the fact that nobody managed

to put a ball into the

strong wind for a home run.

There was just one extra

base hit, a double by Max

Frame in the third inning

that resulted in no runs.

See Wolves, Page 16

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN

CUT DOWN: Goldendale’s Karissa Ihrig takes a throw from catcher Sarah Henderson to tag out a Lightning player attempting to steal in

the first inning.

Lady Wolves respond to seventh inning

challenge to win 10-9 over Lightning

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN

HAPPY TROT: Tim Bartkowski helped his cause with a three-run

homerun in the 9-2 win over La Salle, Saturday. Bartkowski went

the distance on the mound for the win.

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN

REPORTER

For just a couple of innings,

it looked like the

weather would be Goldendale’s

best teammate as a

blast of freezing wind in the

face of La Salle’s bench

seemed to have the Lady

Lightning looking for a quick

exit from Goldendale. It was

4-0 after two innings before

La Salle got a key hit to put

them on the board. From that

point on, it was a ball game.

Karissa Ihrig set the pace

for the Lady Timberwolves in

the first inning with a single

and two quick stolen bases.

Crysta Counts was hit by a

pitch and Sarah Henderson

walked before Kirstin Twohy

singled Ihrig home. Counts

scored on a passed ball and

Henderson came home on a

wild pitch as the Wolves

showed plenty of energy on

the base path.

Ihrig was on by error in the

second inning, stole another

base, advanced on a wild

pitch and scored on a Counts

single.

Then Goldendale’s bats

Justin Fields led the Goldendale boys’

golf team to their second win in a week by

shooting an 83 on the par 72 Goldendale golf

course, Monday. Fields was joined by Mitch

Anderson (93), Nathaniel Hill (99) and

Bryce Wilkins (108) for a 383, 33 strokes better

than runner up Royal City. Zillah’s boys

were third with a team score of 431. Goldendale’s

boys also won their match against

Warden and Highland, played in Warden.

Joel Gerchak shot an 85 with Fields right

behind with an 87. Anderson was in at 91

and Miller White completed the team with a

95.

went dead. The next eight batters

went down in order and

La Salle was ahead 5-4 as the

Wolves went to bat in the fifth

inning. Henderson singled

ans stole second base and

Twohy tied the game with her

second RBI single of the

game.

Each team scored a run in

the sixth and it looked like the

game was going to get away

See Fastpitch, Page 16

Timberwolf boys undefeated in SCAC team golf

Goldendale had the only girls’ team at

Monday’s meet. Bree Wanderscheid led the

way with a 73. Natalie Hurst shot a 109,

Sawyer Ross shot 115 and Leah Lewis came

in at 133. Goldendale did not have a team at

the Warden meet, but Bree Wanderscheid

led the girls with a 74 and Hurst shot a 115.

Wanderscheid was part of the U.S. team

that played against Canada on the weekend

of April 6, shooting two rounds of 76. The

field for the meet consisted of 106 golfers

who made the team by invitation based on

their play in amateur, junior golf.

NOTICES

2013 CALL FOR SALMON

HABITAT PROJECT

APPLICATIONS

The Salmon Recovery

Funding Board awards grant

funds to protect and restore

salmon habitat. Applicants

must submit proposals to

their local Lead Entity for

evaluation before the

Salmon Recovery Funding

Board considers a project for

funding.

Eligible Applicants:

Cities, Counties, State

Agencies, Private

Landowners, Native

American Tribes, Non-Profit

Organizations, Conservation

Districts, Special Purpose

Districts, and Regional

Fisheries Enhancement

Groups.

Eligible Project Types:

Acquisition, Restoration,

Assessment, Design Only,

and Combination Projects

(i.e. Acquisition and

Restoration) of high priority

within the Klickitat Lead

Entity Area.

Draft Application information

is due to the Lead Entity by

May 10, 2013. To apply or

obtain more information contact:

John Foltz

Klickitat Lead Entity

Coordinator

Klickitat County Natural

Resource Dept.

(509) 773-2410

johnf@co.klickitat.wa.us

(1007, 1105, 1204,, 1301,

1401, 1501, 1601, 1701,

1801, 1901)

NOTICE OF TRUSTEES

SALE

File No.: 7219.21452

Grantors: Northwest Trustee

Services, Inc. SunTrust

Mortgage, Inc. Grantee:

Windy Gilmore and Jonah

Gilmore, wife and husband

Ref to DOT Auditor File No.:

1071843 Tax Parcel ID No.:

0-16-2161-0814/00

Abbreviated Legal: Lot 14,

Blk. 8, Wards Add., Blk 1,

Pg. 16, KCPR, Klickitat Co.,

WA Notice of Trustee’s Sale

Pursuant to the Revised

Code of Washington 61.24,

et seq. THIS NOTICE IS

THE FINAL STEP BEFORE

THE FORECLOSURE SALE

OF YOUR HOME You have

only 20 DAYS from the

recording date of this notice

to pursue mediation. DO

NOT DELAY. CONTACT A

HOUSING COUNSELOR

OR AN ATTORNEY

LICENSED IN WASHING-

TON NOW to assess your

situation and refer you to

mediation if you are eligible

and it may help you save

your home. See below for

safe sources of help. SEEK-

ING ASSISTANCE Housing

counselors and legal assistance

may be available at little

or no cost to you. If you

would like assistance in

determining your rights and

opportunities to keep your

house, you may contact the

following: The statewide

foreclosure hotline for assistance

and referral to housing

counselors recommended

by the Housing Finance

Commission Telephone: Tollfree:

1-877-894-HOME (1-

877-894-4663). Web site:

http://www.dfi.wa.gov/consumers/homeownership/pos

t_purchase_counselors_fore

closure.htm The United

States Department of

Housing and Urban

Development Telephone:

Toll-free: 1-800-569-4287.

Web

site:

http://www.hud.gov/offices/h

sg/sfh/hcc/fc/index.cfmweb

ListAction=search&searchstate=WA&filterSvc=dfc

The

statewide civil legal aid hotline

for assistance and referrals

to other housing counselors

and attorneys

Telephone: Toll-free: 1-800-

606-4819. Web site:

http://nwjustice.org/whatclear.

I. On April 26, 2013, at

10:00 a.m. inside the main

lobby of the Klickitat County

Courthouse, 205 South

Columbus Ave in the City of

Goldendale, State of

Washington, the undersigned

Trustee (subject to

any conditions imposed by

the Trustee) will sell at public

auction to the highest and

best bidder, payable at time

of sale, the following

described real property

“Property”, situated in the

County(ies) of Klickitat,

State of Washington: Lot 14,

Block 8, Ward’s Addition to

the Town of Goldendale,

according to the Plat thereof,

recorded in Book 1, Page

16, Klickitat County Plat

Records Commonly known

as: 523 East Burgen Street

Goldendale, WA 98620

which is subject to that certain

Deed of Trust dated

07/18/07, recorded on

07/26/07, under Auditor’s

File No. 1071843, records of

Klickitat

County,

Washington, from Windy L.

Gilmore and Jonah S.

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Gilmore, joint tenants, wife

and husband, as Grantor, to

Commonwealth Land Title,

as Trustee, to secure an

obligation “Obligation” in

favor of Mortgage Electronic

Registration Systems, Inc.

solely as nominee for

Suntrust Mortgage, Inc., its

successors and assigns, as

Beneficiary, the beneficial

interest in which was

assigned by Mortgage

Electronic Registration

Systems, Inc. solely as nominee

for Suntrust Mortgage,

Inc., its successors and

assigns to SunTrust

Mortgage, Inc., under an

Assignment/Successive

Assignments recorded

under Auditor’s File No.

1098030. *The Tax Parcel ID

number and Abbreviated

Legal Description are provided

solely to comply with the

recording statutes and are

not intended to supplement,

amend or supersede the

Property’s full legal description

provided herein. II. No

action commenced by the

Beneficiary of the Deed of

Trust is now pending to seek

satisfaction of the Obligation

in any Court by reason of the

Grantor’s or Borrower’s

default on the Obligation

secured by the Deed of

Trust. III. The Beneficiary

alleges default of the Deed

of Trust for failure to pay the

following amounts now in

arrears and/or other

defaults: Amount due to reinstate

by 12/20/2012 Monthly

Payments $8,235.81 Late

Charges $332.42 Lender’s

Fees & Costs $1.34 Total

Arrearage $8,569.57

Trustee’s Expenses

(Itemization) Trustee’s Fee

$875.00 Title Report

$436.50 Statutory Mailings

$40.00 Recording Costs

$14.00 Postings $47.50 Sale

Costs $0.00 Total Costs

$1,413.00 Total Amount

Due: $9,982.57 Other known

defaults as follows: IV. The

sum owing on the Obligation

is: Principal Balance of

$86,973.86, together with

interest as provided in the

note or other instrument evidencing

the Obligation from

01/01/12, and such other

costs and fees as are due

under the Obligation, and as

are provided by statute. V.

The Property will be sold to

satisfy the expense of sale

and the Obligation as provided

by statute. The sale will

be made without representation

or warranty, express or

implied regarding title, possession,

encumbrances or

condition of the Property on

April 26, 2013. The default(s)

referred to in paragraph III,

together with any subsequent

payments, late

charges, advances costs

and fees thereafter due,

must be cured by 04/15/13

(11 days before the sale

date), to cause a discontinuance

of the sale. The sale

will be discontinued and terminated

if at any time before

04/15/13 (11 days before the

sale date), the default(s) as

set forth in paragraph III,

together with any subsequent

payments, late

charges, advances, costs

and fees thereafter due,

is/are cured and the

Trustee’s fees and costs are

paid. The sale may be terminated

any time after

04/15/13 (11 days before the

sale date), and before the

sale by the Borrower,

Grantor, any Guarantor or

the holder of any recorded

junior lien or encumbrance

paying the entire balance of

principal and interest

secured by the Deed of

Trust, plus costs, fees, and

advances, if any made pursuant

to the terms of the

obligation and/or Deed of

Trust, and curing all other

defaults. VI. A written notice

of default was transmitted by

the Beneficiary or Trustee to

the Borrower and Grantor at

the following address(es):

NAME AND ADDRESS

Windy L. Gilmore 523 East

Burgen Street Goldendale,

WA 98620 Jonah S. Gilmore

523 East Burgen Street

Goldendale, WA 98620

Windy L. Gilmore 523 East

Burgen Goldendale, WA

98620 Jonah S. Gilmore 523

East Burgen Goldendale,

WA 98620 Windy L. Gilmore

6500 South Hulen Street

Fort Worth, TX 76133 Jonah

S. Gilmore 6500 South

Hulen Street Fort Worth, TX

76133 Windy L. Gilmore

10754 Knott Avenue

Stanton, CA 90680-1970

Jonah S. Gilmore 10754

Knott Avenue Staton, CA

90680-1970 by both first

class and certified mail,

return receipt requested on

10/26/12, proof of which is in

the possession of the

Trustee; and on 10/27/12

Grantor and Borrower were

personally served with said

written notice of default or

the written notice of default

was posted on a conspicuous

place on the real property

described in paragraph I

above, and the Trustee has

possession of proof of such

service or posting. VII. The

Trustee, whose name and

address are set forth below,

will provide in writing to anyone

requesting it a statement

of all costs and

trustee’s fees due at any

time prior to the sale. VIII.

The effect of the sale will be

to deprive the Grantor and

all those who hold by,

through or under the Grantor

of all their interest in the

Property. IX. Anyone having

any objection to the sale on

any grounds whatsoever will

be afforded an opportunity to

be heard as to those objections

if they bring a lawsuit to

restrain the sale pursuant to

RCW 61.24.130. Failure to

bring such a lawsuit may

result in a waiver of any

proper grounds for invalidating

the Trustee’s sale. X.

NOTICE TO OCCUPANTS

OR TENANTS - The purchaser

at the Trustee’s Sale

is entitled to possession of

the property on the 20th day

following the sale, as against

the Grantor under the Deed

of Trust (the owner) and anyone

having an interest junior

to the Deed of Trust, including

occupants who are not

tenants. After the 20th day

following the sale the purchaser

has the right to evict

occupants who are not tenants

by summary proceedings

under Chapter 59.12

RCW. For tenant-occupied

property, the purchaser shall

provide a tenant with written

notice in accordance with

RCW 61.24.060. The

trustee’s rules of auction

may be accessed at

www.northwesttrustee.com

and are incorporated by this

reference. You may also

access sale status at

www.northwesttrustee.com

and

www.USA-

Foreclosure.com. EFFEC-

TIVE: 12/20/2012 Northwest

Trustee Services, Inc.,

Trustee Authorized

Signature P.O. BOX 997

Bellevue, WA 98009-0997

Contact: Vonnie McElligott

(425) 586-1900. (TS#

7219.21452) 1002.232040-

File No.

(1312, 1602)

IN THE UNITED STATES

DISTRICT COURT

FOR THE EASTERN DIS-

TRICT OF WASHINGTON

UNITED STATES OF

AMERICA,

Plaintiff,

v.

11.1 ACRES OF LAND,

more or less, situate in

Klickitat County, State of

Washington; and the

CAMERON FAMILY TRUST,

dated July 21, 2003, et al.,

Defendants.

Case No. 2:12-cv-03147-

RMP

Notice of CONDEMNATION

FOR PUBLICATION

TO: Bedrock Resources,

LLC

You are hereby notified that

a complaint in condemnation

has heretofore been filed in

an action to condemn fee

simple title, to the property

described in below, subject,

however, to the rights of the

public in and to all public

roads, the continued use

and maintenance of pipes

and conduits, irrigation and

drainage lines, ditches and

canals, and public utility

lines, the exercise of existing

easements and licenses,

and the exercise of existing

mineral, coal, oil, gas, and

geothermal rights. The public

uses for which the property

is to be taken are as follows:

Said land is necessary for

the construction, operation,

and maintenance of electric

transmission facilities, in

accordance with law.

The authority for the taking

Continued Page 10


10 — APRIL 17, 2013 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

NOTICES

From page 9

of the land is under and in

accordance with the Act of

Congress approved August

1, 1888 (40 U.S.C. § 3113),

as amended; the Act of

Congress approved

February 26, 1931 (40

U.S.C. § 3114); the

Bonneville Project Act,

approved August 20, 1937

(16 U.S.C. § 832 et seq.), as

amended; the Federal

Columbia

River

Transmission System Act of

1974, approved October 18,

1974 (16 U.S.C. § 838, et

seq.); the Department of

Energy Organization Act,

approved August 4, 1977 (42

U.S.C. § 7152); and the

Pacific Northwest Electric

Power Planning and

Conservation Act, approved

December 5, 1980 (16

U.S.C. § 839, et seq.). The

Federal Columbia River

Transmission System Act,

16 U.S.C. § 838 et seq., also

provides funding for this

acquisition from monies in

the Bonneville Fund in the

U.S. Treasury.

You are further notified that if

you have any objection or

defense to the taking of your

property you are required to

serve upon plaintiff’s attorney

at the address herein

designated within twentyone

(21) days after the 10th

day of April 2013, an answer

identifying the property in

which you claim to have an

interest, stating the nature

and extent of the interest

claimed and stating all your

objections and defenses to

the taking of the property. A

failure so to serve an answer

shall constitute a consent to

the taking and to the authority

of the court to proceed to

hear the action and to fix the

just compensation and shall

constitute a waiver of all

defenses and objections not

so presented.

You are further notified that if

you have no objection or

defense to the taking you

may serve upon plaintiff’s

attorney a notice of appearance

designating the property

in which you claim to be

interested and thereafter you

shall receive notice of all

proceedings affecting the

said property.

You are further notified that

at the trial of the issue of just

compensation, whether or

not you have answered or

served a notice of appearance,

you may present evidence

as to the amount of

the compensation to be paid

for the property in which you

have any interest and you

may share in the distribution

of the award of compensation.

You are further notified that

all persons, firms and corporations

named as defendants

herein are joined as

defendants generally to the

end that all right, title, interest

and estate of all said

defendants in and to any and

all of the lands herein

involved shall be divested

out of them and vested in

plaintiff.

Real Property Described as

follows:

Tract AZE-18-A-2

An easement area for the

Bonneville

Power

Administration (BPA) Big

Eddy-Knight No.1

Transmission Line over and

across the following

described real property:

The western half of the

southeastern quarter, of

Section 13, Township 3

North, Range 15 East, of the

Willamette Meridian,

Klickitat

County,

Washington.

Containing a 150-foot-wide

right-of-way which lies 75

feet on each side of and parallel

with the survey line for

said Transmission Line. Said

survey line is more particularly

described with reference

to the Washington

Coordinate System NAD 83

(CORS 96) (EPOCH 2002),

South Zone, as follows:

Beginning at survey station

2929+04.8, of said

Transmission Line, evidenced

by a BPA aluminum

cap monument, in the northwestern

quarter of the northwestern

quarter, of Section

24, Township 3 North,

Range 15 East, which bears

S.86°06’32”E, a distance of

2724.6 feet from the

Southwest corner for said

Section 13, evidenced by a

survey spike monument;

thence N.0°15’54”E, a distance

of 118.3 feet to survey

station 2930+23.1, a point

on the South line of said

western half of the southeastern

quarter; thence continuing

N.0°15’54”E, a distance

of 2619.7 feet to survey

station 2956+42.8, a

point on the North line of

said western half of the

southeastern quarter;

thence continuing

N.0°15’54”E, a distance of

58.2 feet to survey station

2957+01.0, evidenced by a

BPA aluminum cap monument,

a point in the southwestern

quarter of the northeastern

quarter, of said

Section 13, which bears

N.87°57’58”W, a distance of

2556.8 feet from the East

quarter corner of said

Section 13, evidenced by an

iron rod survey monument.

Containing 9.1 acres, more

or less; And all that portion

of said western half of the

southeastern quarter, of

Section 13, lying Westerly of

the West boundary of said

150-foot-wide right-of-way,

containing 0.7 acre, more or

less. Tract AZE-18-A-2 contains

9.8 acres. BPA survey

monuments are also set on

Tract AZE-18-A-2 at

Transmission Line survey

stations: 2930+44.8,

2939+52.0 (Structure 18/5),

2944+52.0, 2940+52.0,

2948+12.0 (Structure 19/1).

Tract AZE-18-AR-2

A right-of-way 20 feet wide,

for a route to be traveled,

with an extension thereof

also being a right-of-way 20

feet wide, over and along an

existing road to be improved,

all outside of the easement

area for Bonneville Power

Administration (BPA) Big

Eddy-Knight No.1

Transmission Line, over and

across the eastern half of

the southwestern quarter,

and the northwestern quarter

of the southwestern quarter,

of Section 13, Township

3 North, Range 15 East,

Willamette Meridian,

Klickitat

County,

Washington. The centerline

of BPA access road AZE-18-

AR-2 is more particularly

described with reference to

the Washington Coordinate

System NAD 83 (CORS 96)

(EPOCH 2002), South Zone,

as follows:

Beginning at access road

survey station 0+00, a point

inside the easement area for

said Transmission Line, a

point in the southwestern

quarter of the southeastern

quarter of said Section 13,

which bears N.39°21’W, a

distance of 94 feet from

Transmission Line survey

station 2939+52.0, evidenced

by a BPA aluminum

cap monument; thence

N.59°58’W, a distance of 28

feet to access road survey

station 0+28, a point on the

Westerly boundary of said

Transmission Line easement

area; thence continuing

N.59°58’W a distance of

492 feet; thence N.34°39’W,

a distance of 187 feet;

thence N.73°50’W a distance

of 83 feet; thence

S.66°37’W a distance of 122

feet; thence S.87°08’W a

distance of 61 feet; thence

N.71°40’W a distance of

425 feet; thence S.70°46’W,

a distance of 39 feet to

access road survey station

14+37, the end of the “route

to be traveled” portion of

AZE-18-AR-2, and the start

of the “existing road to be

improved” portion of

AZE-18-AR-2; thence continuing

S.70°46’W, a distance

of 81 feet; thence

N.88°55’W, a distance of

272 feet; thence N.85°35’W,

a distance of 420 feet;

thence S.86°53’W, a distance

of 133 feet; thence

N.88°33’W, a distance of

274 feet; thence N.85°25’W,

a distance of 81 feet; thence

N.89°00’W, a distance of

130 feet to access road survey

station 28+28, a point on

the Easterly right-of-way line

of Klickitat County Road

(Cameron Road); thence

continuing N.89°00’W a distance

of 10 feet to access

road survey station 28+38, a

point in said road, which

bears S.1°00’E, a distance

of 1154 feet from the West

quarter corner of said

Section 13, evidenced by a

found survey spike monument.

BPA access road AZE-18-

AR-2 is approximately 2800

feet long, of which the “route

to be traveled” portion is

1409 feet in length, and the

“existing road to be

improved” portion is 1391

feet in length, outside of said

easement area for said

Transmission Line, containing

1.3 acres, more or less.

UNITED STATES OF

AMERICA

By: /s/ Georgia Garthwaite

Georgia Garthwaite

Attorney, Department of

Justice

Environment & Natural

Resources Division

P.O. Box 7611 – Ben Franklin

Station

Washington, D. C. 20044

Telephone: 202-616-3129

E -

mail:Georgia.Garthwaite@u

sdoj.gov

(1411, 1503, 1603)

IN THE UNITED STATES

DISTRICT COURT

FOR THE EASTERN DIS-

TRICT OF WASHINGTON

UNITED STATES OF

AMERICA, Plaintiff,

v.

14.9 ACRES OF LAND,

more or less, situate in

Klickitat County,

State of Washington; and

CAROL F. GARCIA, et al.,

Defendants

Case No. 2:12-cv-03149-

RMP

Notice of CONDEMNATION

FOR PUBLICATION

TO: I.R. Beery, or unknown

heirs and assigns

You are hereby notified that

a complaint in condemnation

has heretofore been filed in

an action to condemn fee

simple title, to the property

described below, subject,

however, to the rights of the

public in and to all public

roads, the continued use

and maintenance of pipes

and conduits, irrigation and

drainage lines, ditches and

canals, and public utility

lines, the exercise of existing

easements and licenses,

and the exercise of existing

mineral, coal, oil, gas, and

geothermal rights. The public

uses for which the property

is to be taken are as follows:

Said land is necessary for

the construction, operation,

and maintenance of electric

transmission facilities, in

accordance with law.

The authority for the taking

of the land is under and in

accordance with the Act of

Congress approved August

1, 1888 (40 U.S.C. § 3113),

as amended; the Act of

Congress approved

February 26, 1931 (40

U.S.C. § 3114); the

Bonneville Project Act,

approved August 20, 1937

(16 U.S.C. § 832 et seq.), as

amended; the Federal

Columbia

River

Transmission System Act of

1974, approved October 18,

1974 (16 U.S.C. § 838, et

seq.); the Department of

Energy Organization Act,

approved August 4, 1977 (42

U.S.C. § 7152); and the

Pacific Northwest Electric

Power Planning and

Conservation Act, approved

December 5, 1980 (16

U.S.C. § 839, et seq.). The

Federal Columbia River

Transmission System Act,

16 U.S.C. § 838 et seq., also

provides funding for this

acquisition from monies in

the Bonneville Fund in the

U.S. Treasury.

You are further notified that if

you have any objection or

defense to the taking of your

property you are required to

serve upon plaintiff’s attorney

at the address herein

designated within twentyone

(21) days after the 10th

day of April 2013, an answer

identifying the property in

which you claim to have an

interest, stating the nature

and extent of the interest

claimed and stating all your

objections and defenses to

the taking of the property. A

failure so to serve an answer

shall constitute a consent to

the taking and to the authority

of the court to proceed to

hear the action and to fix the

just compensation and shall

constitute a waiver of all

defenses and objections not

so presented.

You are further notified that if

you have no objection or

defense to the taking you

may serve upon plaintiff’s

attorney a notice of appearance

designating the property

in which you claim to be

interested and thereafter you

shall receive notice of all

proceedings affecting the

said property.

You are further notified that

at the trial of the issue of just

compensation, whether or

not you have answered or

served a notice of appearance,

you may present evidence

as to the amount of

the compensation to be paid

for the property in which you

have any interest and you

may share in the distribution

of the award of compensation.

You are further notified that

all persons, firms and corporations

named as defendants

herein are joined as

defendants generally to the

end that all right, title, interest

and estate of all said

defendants in and to any and

all of the lands herein

involved shall be divested

out of them and vested in

plaintiff.

Real Property Described as

follows:

Tract AZE-23-A-1

A 150-foot-wide right-of-way

for the Bonneville Power

Administration (BPA) Big

Eddy-Knight No.1

Transmission Line over and

across the following

described real property:

The western three quarters

of the southwestern quarter

of the southeastern quarter,

the northwestern quarter of

the southeastern quarter,

and the southwestern quarter

of the northeastern quarter,

all in Section 26,

Township 4 North, Range 15

East, of the Willamette

Meridian, Klickitat County,

Washington.

The boundaries of said 150-

foot-wide right-of-way lie 75

feet on each side of and parallel

with the survey line for

said Transmission Line. Said

survey line is more particularly

described with reference

to the Washington

Coordinate System NAD 83

(CORS 96) (EPOCH 2002),

South Zone, as follows:

Beginning at survey station

3155+50.0, of said

Transmission Line, evidenced

by a BPA aluminum

cap monument, in the northwestern

quarter of the northeastern

quarter, of Section

35, said Township

and Range, which bears

S.84°39’24”E, a distance of

894.6 feet from the South

quarter corner for said

Section 26, evidenced by a

railroad spike survey monument;

thence N.35°54’55”W,

a distance of 90.9 feet to

survey station 3156+40.9, a

point on the South line of

said Section 26; thence continuing

N.35°54’55”W, a distance

of 1263.8 feet to survey

station 3169+04.7;

thence N.0°16’51”E, a distance

of 2925.3 to survey

station 3198+30, a point on

the North line of said southwestern

quarter of the northeastern

quarter, of Section

26; thence continuing

N.0°16’51”E, a distance of

690.0 feet to survey station

3205+20.0, evidenced by a

BPA aluminum cap monument,

a point in the northwestern

quarter of the northeastern

quarter of said

Section 26, which bears

N.53°24’57”E, a distance of

3408.5 feet from the West

quarter corner of said

Section 26, evidenced by an

aluminum cap survey monument.

Tract AZE-23-A-1 contains

14.4 acres, more or less.

Tract AZE-23-AR-2

A right-of-way 20 feet wide,

over and along an existing

road to be improved, outside

of the easement area for

Bonneville

Power

Administration (BPA) Big

Eddy-Knight No.1

Transmission Line, as

described in BPA Tract AZE-

23-A-1, over and across the

western three quarters of

the southwestern quarter of

the southeastern quarter,

and the northwestern quarter

of the southeastern quarter,

of Section 26, Township

4 North, Range 15 East,

Willamette Meridian,

Klickitat

County,

Washington. The centerline

of BPA access road AZE-23-

AR-2 is more particularly

described with reference to

the Washington Coordinate

S y s t e m

NAD 83 (CORS 96)

(EPOCH 2002), South Zone,

as follows:

Beginning at access road

survey station 0+00, which is

Transmission Line survey

station 3170+76.4, being a

point in said western three

quarters of the southwestern

quarter of the southeastern

quarter of Section 26; thence

N.32°33’E, a distance of 135

feet to access road survey

station 1+35, a point on the

Easterly boundary of said

Transmission Line easement

area; thence continuing

N.32°33’E, a distance of

94 feet; thence N.15°51’E, a

distance of 103 feet; thence

N.0°00’E, a distance of 556

feet; thence N.22°48’W, a

distance of 187 feet to

access road survey station

10+75, a point on said

Easterly boundary of

Transmission Line easement

area; thence continuing

N.22°48’W, a distance of

191 feet to the terminus of

AZE-23-AR-2 at access road

survey station 12+66, which

is Transmission Line survey

station 3182+71, a point in

said northwestern quarter of

the southeastern quarter, of

Section 26.

BPA access road AZE-23-

AR-2 is approximately 940

feet long, outside of said

easement area for said

Transmission Line, containing

.5 acre, more or less.

UNITED STATES OF

AMERICA

By: /s/ Georgia Garthwaite

Georgia Garthwaite

Attorney, Department of

Justice

Environment & Natural

Resources Division

P.O. Box 7611 – Ben Franklin

Station

Washington, D. C. 20044

Telephone: 202-616-3129

E -

mail:Georgia.Garthwaite@u

sdoj.gov

(1412, 1504, 1604)

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT

OF THE STATE OF

WASHINGTON

IN AND FOR THE COUNTY

OF KLICKITAT

Case No.:

18 4 00016 7

In the Matter of the Estate of:

PROBATE NOTICE TO

CREDITORS

BRYNN M. MATSEN,

Deceased.

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 statute of limitations,

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 PUBLICA-

TION: March 27 , 2013

STEPHEN N. MATSEN,

Personal Representative

HALVERSON QRTHWEST

LAW GROUP, P.C.

By: ROB RT N. FABER

WSBA No. 29376 Attorneys

for Personal Representative

Address for Mailing or

Service:

Robert N. Faber

Halverson Northwest Law

Group, P.C. P.O. Box 210

910 Franklin Avenue Suite 1

Sunnyside WA 98944

(1413, 1505, 1605)

SUPERIOR COURT OF

WASHINGTON

COUNTY OF KLICKITAT

No. 13-4-00015-9

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

ESTATE OF JOHN (nmi)

TALLMAN Deceased.

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 statute of

limitations, 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(1)(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 11.40.051 and

11.40.060. This bar is effective

as to claims against both

the decedent’s probate and

nonprobate assets.

DATE OF FILING COPY OF

NOTICE TO

CREDITORS with Clerk of

the Court: April 1, 2013

DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA-

TION: April 3, 2013

Personal Representative:

Cathrine “Kitt” Tallman

c/o ANTHONY H. CON-

NORS

Attorney for Estate, WSB

20785

1000 E. Jewett Blvd.

P. O. Box 1116

White Salmon, WA 98672

509/493-2921

(1419, 1508, 1606)

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT

FOR THE STATE OF

WASHINGTON FOR THE

COUNTY OF KLICKITAT

In the Matter of the Estate of

LAWRENCE R. RUT-

LEDGE,

Deceased.

Case No.: 12 4 00049 5

PROBATE NOTICE TO

CREDITORS

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 statute of limitations,

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(1) (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 11.40.051 and

11.40.060. This bar is effective

as to claims against both

the decedent’s probate and

non-probate assets.

DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA-

TION: April 10, 2013

PERSONAL REPRESEN-

TATIVE: Terence Robert

Rutledge

ATTORNEY FOR PERSON-

AL REPRESENTATIVE:

Julie L. Cline, WSB No.

41412

PHILLIPS REYNIER &

SUMERFIELD, LLP

P. O. Box 758 - 718 State

Street

Hood River, OR 97031

(1511, 1608, 1703)

NOTICE TO

CONTRACTORS

Sealed bids for Klickitat

County Klickitat County

Courthouse Roof Project will

be received by the Board of

County Commissioners at

the reception desk located in

the Klickitat County Public

Works Department, 115

South Golden, Goldendale,

Washington, mailing

address: 228 W. Main, MS:

CH-19, Goldendale, WA

98620 until 1:15 PM on April

30, 2013 for performing the

work described below.

Sealed bids will be opened

at the Klickitat County

Commissioners Chambers

and publicly read aloud on

Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at

1:30 PM or shortly thereafter.

Bids received after

1:15 PM April 30, 2013 will

not be considered. The

County reserves the right to

reject any and all bids, and

to waive informalities.

Bid envelopes shall be

appropriately marked on the

outside “Bid Opening 1:30

p.m. April 30, 2013, Klickitat

County Courthouse Roof

Project C12002.

The work to be performed

under these specifications

consists of furnishing all

labor, tools, materials, and

equipment necessary for

construction of the Klickitat

County Courthouse Roof

Project. Specific work

includes, but not limited to

replacing the existing roof

membrane, replacing the

existing HVAC ducting, and

re-sloping the roof.

Bid proposals shall be

accompanied by a bid proposal

deposit in cash, certified

check, cashier’s check

or surety bond in the amount

equal to five percent (5%) in

the amount of the bid proposal.

Should the successful

bidder fail to enter into such

contract and furnish satisfactory

performance bond within

the time state in the specifications,

the bid proposal

deposit shall be forfeited to

Klickitat County.

Total Estimated Project Cost

Range $350,000 to

$450,000

The County of Klickitat, in

accordance with Title VI of

the Civil Rights Act of 1964,

78 Stat. 252, 42 U.S.C.

2000d to 2000d-4 and Title

49, Code of Federal

Regulations, Department of

Transportation, subtitle A,

Office of the Secretary, Part

21, nondiscrimination in federally

assisted programs of

the Department of

Transportation issued pursuant

to such Act, hereby

notifies all bidders that it will

affirmatively insure that in

any contract entered into

pursuant to this advertisement,

disadvantaged business

enterprises will be

afforded full opportunity to

submit bids in response to

this invitation and will not be

discriminated against on the

grounds of race, color or

national origin in consideration

for an award.

Obtaining Bid Documents:

Free of charge: Plans,

Specifications, addenda,

bidders list, and plan holders

list for the project are available

though the Klickitat

County’s on-line plan room.

Free of charge access is

provided to Prime

Contractors, Subcontractors

and Venders by going to

http://bxwa.com and clicking

on: Posted Projects; Public

Works; Klickitat County; and

Projects Bidding. Bidders

are encouraged to “Register”

in order to receive automatic

email notification of future

addenda and to place themselves

on the self registered

“Bidders List”. This on-line

plan room provides Bidders

with fully usable on-line documents;

with the ability to:

download, print to your own

printer, order full / partial

plan sets from numerous

reprographic sources (online

print order form), and a

Continued Page 11


GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON APRIL 17, 2013— 11

NOTICES

From page 10

free on-line digitizer / takeoff

tool. Contact Builders

Exchange of Washington at

425-258-1303 should you

require assistance.

Paper Copies are also available

upon receipt of a nonrefundable

deposit in the

amount of $25.00, payable

to the Klickitat County Public

Works Department, 228 W.

Main, MS: CH-19,

Goldendale, WA 98620.

Bidders that obtain paper

copies are encouraged to

“Register” online at

bxwa.com, in order to

receive automatic addenda

notification by email and to

appear on the “Bidders List”

if they so desire.

Dated this 9th day of April

2013

BOARD OF COUNTY COM-

MISSIONERS

Klickitat County, Washington

David M. Sauter

Chairman

Rex F. Johnston

Commissioner

Jim Sizemore

Commissioner

ATTEST:

Clerk of the Board

Crystal D. McEwen

Klickitat County, Washington

(1513, 1609, 1704)

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

In the matter of allowing

Recreational Vehicles and

Recreational Park Trailers to

be located in legally established

Mobile Home and

Recreational Vehicle Parks

and amending code Titles 16

and 22 to address

Recreational Vehicle and

Recreational Park Trailer

location.

Whereas, the Board of

County Commissioners finds

it necessary to set a Public

Hearing date to consider

making the above changes

to Klickitat County Code Title

16 and Title 22; and

Whereas, it is proposed that

both Title 16 and Title 22 of

the Klickitat County Code be

amended to reflect the proposed

changes,

Notice is hereby given that a

Public Hearing will be held

on the 30th day of April

2013, in the office of the

Board of County

Commissioners at the hour

of 1:30 p.m., for the purpose

of considering amending

Title 16 and Title 22 with the

proposed changes.

At said hearing any interested

taxpayer may appear and

be heard for or against

amending Title 16 and Title

22 with the proposed

changes.

This notice only generally

summarizes the proposed

amendment of Title 16 and

Title 22. A complete copy of

the proposed Ordinance

may be obtained by contacting

the Klickitat County

Building Department at 509-

773-3706.

/s/ David M Sauter,

Chairman

(1514, 1610)

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

that the Klickitat County

Board of Adjustment will

hold a public hearing on May

6, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the

Klickitat County Courthouse,

Commissioners Meeting

Room, 205 S. Columbus,

Goldendale, WA.

THE PURPOSE of said

hearings is to hear all interested

parties who wish to

testify for or against the following

proposal:

Conditional Use Application

CUP2013-03 (amending

CUP-08-09 and CUP-10-20)

for the purpose of constructing

a 100’ self supported

communication tower for

wireless communications,

12’ by 26’ equipment shelter

and related facilities all contained

within a 60’ by 60’

fenced area. The proposed

location is within a portion of

Section 31, T3N, R16E,

W.M., Klickitat, WA

(Centerville Vicinity).

Variance Request V2013-0

to construct a new residence

and barn to support the

existing agricultural practices

on the property, reducing

the required 150’ type 3

stream setback to approximately

110’ for both structures.

The existing residence,

which currently lies

approximately 70’ from the

type 3 stream, would be

removed along with the

existing septic system serving

that structure. The proposed

location is within a

portion of Section 5, T5N,

R11E, W.M., Klickitat, WA

(Trout Lake Vicinity).

The Board of Adjustment

may approve, deny, approve

with conditions, table, or

continue the matter to a set

time and place.

The application is available

for review at the Klickitat

County

Planning

Department, 228 W. Main

St., Goldendale, WA.

BY ORDER of the Klickitat

County Board of Adjustment

dated this 11th day of April

2013

Curt Dreyer, Planning

Director

(1611)

KLICKITAT COUNTY

DETERMINATION OF

MITIGATED NON-

SIGNIFICANCE

Notice is hereby given that

Klickitat County issued a

Mitigated Determination of

Non-significance (MDNS) on

April 11, 2013, under SEPA

Rules (Chapter 197-11

WAC) and the Klickitat

County Environmental

Ordinance Number 121084

for the following proposals:

SEPA2013-11 Applicant:

Thompson Brothers LLC

(Brad and Twana

Thompson). Mitigated

Determination of Non-significance

(MDNS) and

Conditional Use Application

for a proposal on 38.18

acres for the development of

an RV Park for up to 8

e m p l o y e e s ,

cabin/bunkhouse, and future

main residence, as well as

an area to park construction

equipment. The proposed

project location is within a

portion of Section 35, T5N,

R15, W.M., Klickitat County,

WA (west of Goldendale) on

tax parcel 0515350000500

SEP2013-12 Applicant:

Klickitat County Public

Works.

Mitigated

Determination of Non-significance

(MDNS) for a proposal

to improve .93 miles of

Bristol Road; improve .39

miles of Tunnel Road and to

improve .75 miles of

Courtney Road. The proposed

road improvements

are located within portions of

Sections 16, 21, 22, 28,

T3N, R11E, W.M., Klickitat

County, WA (Snowden

Vicinity).

After review of the completed

environmental checklist

and other information on file

the Klickitat County

Responsible Official has

determined that these proposals

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 review will be

accepted until 5:00 pm May

3, 2013. 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.

(1612)

CALL FOR BID

Sealed bids will be received

by the Commission of Public

Utility District No. 1 of

Klickitat County for 2013

Lyle Water Main

Improvements Bid. Bids will

be received until May 7,

2013 at 1:30 PM, Pacific

Time, at the District’s office

at 1313 South Columbus,

Goldendale, Washington,

98620, at which time and

place the bids will be publicly

opened and read. The bid

documents and specifications

may be obtained at the

District’s office.

Each bid shall be accompanied

by a certified or

cashier’s check on a bank

that is a member of the

Federal Deposit Insurance

Corporation payable to the

order of the

Commission of Public Utility

District No. 1 of Klickitat

County, or by a bid bond with

a corporate surety licensed

to do business in the State of

Washington in an amount

not less

than 5% of the amount of the

bid. Each bid to be firm and

binding for 60 days after the

time set for the bid opening.

Bidders are advised upon

completion of any contract

awarded to them they must

furnish a certified statement

of the nature and source of

items in excess of $2,500

utilized in the performance of

the contract procured from

sources beyond the territorial

boundaries of the United

States, including Alaska and

Hawaii.

The District reserves the

right to reject any and all

proposals, and to waive

minor irregularities and

errors.

Dated this 9th day of April,

2013.

PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT

NO. 1

Of KLICKITAT COUNTY.

President

(1613, 1705)

CITY OF GOLDENDALE

SUMMARY Of ORDINANCE

NO. 1427

On April 15, 2013 the City

Council of the City of

Goldendale, Washington

passed Ordinance No. 1427.

A summary of the content of

said ordinance provides as

follows:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE

CITY OF GOLDENDALE,

WASHINGTON, AUTHOR-

IZING AND DIRECTING

THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE

AND DELIVER ON BEHALF

OF THE CITY A PUBLIC

WORKS CONSTRUCTION

LOAN AGREEMENT, NUM-

BER EW13-961-102

BETWEEN THE WASHING-

TON STATE PUBLIC

WORKS BOARD AND THE

CITY FOR AID IN FINANC-

ING THE COSTS OF

BUILDING ENERGY

UPGRADES IDENTIFIED IN

SUCH AGREEMENT, AND

AUTHORIZING AND RATI-

FYING CERTAIN ACTIONS.

The full text of this ordinance

is on file at City Hall and the

full text of the ordinance will

be mailed up request.

Dated: April 15, 2013

Connie Byers, Clerk-

Treasurer

(1614)

NOTICE OF TRUSTEES

SALE

File No.: 7763.28565

Grantors: Northwest Trustee

Services, Inc. JPMorgan

Chase Bank, National

Association, successor in

interest by purchase from

the Federal Deposit

Insurance Corporation as

Receiver of Washington

Mutual Bank F/K/A

Washington Mutual Bank,

FA Grantee: Luke Clark and,

Jillian Clark, husband and

wife Ref to DOT Auditor File

No.: 1070813 Tax Parcel ID

No.: 02-13-2855-0209/00

Abbreviated Legal: Lots 9 &

10, Blk 8 Sasco Sub. Tract

28 North Dalles Fruit and

Garden, Bk 3, Pg. 35,

Klickitat Co., WA Notice of

Trustee’s Sale Pursuant to

the Revised Code of

Washington 61.24, et seq.

THIS NOTICE IS THE

FINAL STEP BEFORE THE

FORECLOSURE SALE OF

YOUR HOME You have only

20 DAYS from the recording

date of this notice to pursue

mediation. DO NOT DELAY.

CONTACT A HOUSING

COUNSELOR OR AN

ATTORNEY LICENSED IN

WASHINGTON NOW to

assess your situation and

refer you to mediation if you

are eligible and it may help

you save your home. See

below for safe sources of

help. SEEKING ASSIS-

TANCE Housing counselors

and legal assistance may be

available at little or no cost to

you. If you would like assistance

in determining your

rights and opportunities to

keep your house, you may

contact the following: The

statewide foreclosure hotline

for assistance and referral to

housing counselors recommended

by the Housing

Finance Commission

Telephone: Toll-free: 1-877-

894-HOME (1-877-894-

4663). Web site:

http://www.dfi.wa.gov/consumers/homeownership/pos

t_purchase_counselors_fore

closure.htm The United

States Department of

Housing and Urban

Development Telephone:

Toll-free: 1-800-569-4287.

Web

site:

http://www.hud.gov/offices/h

sg/sfh/hcc/fc/index.cfmweb

ListAction=search&searchstate=WA&filterSvc=dfc

The

statewide civil legal aid hotline

for assistance and referrals

to other housing counselors

and attorneys

Telephone: Toll-free: 1-800-

606-4819. Web site:

http://nwjustice.org/whatclear.

I. On May 17, 2013, at

10:00 a.m. inside the main

lobby of the Klickitat County

Courthouse, 205 South

Columbus Ave in the City of

Goldendale, State of

Washington, the undersigned

Trustee (subject to

any conditions imposed by

the Trustee) will sell at public

auction to the highest and

best bidder, payable at time

of sale, the following

described real property

“Property”, situated in the

County(ies) of Klickitat,

State of Washington: Lots 9

and 10, Block 8, Dasco

Subdivision, Tract 28 of

North Dalles Fruit and

Garden Tracts, according to

the Plat thereof, recorded in

Book 3, Page 35, Klicitat

County Plat Records.

Commonly known as: 1106

Prospect Avenue Dallesport,

WA 98617 which is subject

to that certain Deed of Trust

dated 06/14/07, recorded on

06/18/07, under Auditor’s

File No. 1070813, records of

Klickitat

County,

Washington, from Luke

Clark and, Jillian Clark, husband

and wife, as Grantor, to

Amerititle, as Trustee, to

secure an obligation

“Obligation” in favor of

Washington Mutual Bank,

F.A., as Beneficiary. *The Tax

Parcel ID number and

Abbreviated Legal

Description are provided

solely to comply with the

recording statutes and are

not intended to supplement,

amend or supersede the

Property’s full legal description

provided herein. II. No

action commenced by the

Beneficiary of the Deed of

Trust is now pending to seek

satisfaction of the Obligation

in any Court by reason of the

Grantor’s or Borrower’s

default on the Obligation

secured by the Deed of

Trust. III. The Beneficiary

alleges default of the Deed

of Trust for failure to pay the

following amounts now in

arrears and/or other

defaults: Amount due to reinstate

by 01/08/2013 Monthly

Payments $32,456.07 Late

Charges $1,137.90 Lender’s

Fees & Costs ($32.95) Total

Arrearage $33,561.02

Trustee’s Expenses

(Itemization) Trustee’s Fee

$875.00 Title Report $0.00

Statutory Mailings $10.00

Recording Costs $0.00

Postings $0.00 Sale Costs

$0.00 Total Costs $885.00

Total Amount Due:

$34,446.02 Other known

defaults as follows: IV. The

sum owing on the Obligation

is: Principal Balance of

$162,896.08, together with

interest as provided in the

note or other instrument evidencing

the Obligation from

06/01/10, and such other

costs and fees as are due

under the Obligation, and as

are provided by statute. V.

The Property will be sold to

satisfy the expense of sale

and the Obligation as provided

by statute. The sale will

be made without representation

or warranty, express or

implied regarding title, possession,

encumbrances or

condition of the Property on

May 17, 2013. The default(s)

referred to in paragraph III,

together with any subsequent

payments, late

charges, advances costs

and fees thereafter due,

must be cured by 05/06/13

(11 days before the sale

date), to cause a discontinuance

of the sale. The sale

will be discontinued and terminated

if at any time before

05/06/13 (11 days before the

sale date), the default(s) as

set forth in paragraph III,

together with any subsequent

payments, late

charges, advances, costs

and fees thereafter due,

is/are cured and the

Trustee’s fees and costs are

paid. The sale may be terminated

any time after

05/06/13 (11 days before the

sale date), and before the

sale by the Borrower,

Grantor, any Guarantor or

the holder of any recorded

junior lien or encumbrance

paying the entire balance of

principal and interest

secured by the Deed of

Trust, plus costs, fees, and

advances, if any made pursuant

to the terms of the

obligation and/or Deed of

Trust, and curing all other

defaults. VI. A written notice

of default was transmitted by

the Beneficiary or Trustee to

the Borrower and Grantor at

the following address(es):

NAME AND ADDRESS

Luke Clark 1106 Prospect

Avenue Dallesport, WA

98617 Jillian Clark 1106

Prospect Avenue Dallesport,

WA 98617 Luke Clark P.O.

Box 116 Dallesport, WA

98617 Jillian Clark P.O. Box

116 Dallesport, WA 98617

by both first class and certified

mail, return receipt

requested on 12/07/10,

proof of which is in the possession

of the Trustee; and

on 12/08/10 Grantor and

Borrower were personally

served with said written

notice of default or the written

notice of default was

posted on a conspicuous

place on the real property

described in paragraph I

above, and the Trustee has

possession of proof of such

service or posting. VII. The

Trustee, whose name and

address are set forth below,

will provide in writing to anyone

requesting it a statement

of all costs and

trustee’s fees due at any

time prior to the sale. VIII.

The effect of the sale will be

to deprive the Grantor and

all those who hold by,

through or under the Grantor

of all their interest in the

Property. IX. Anyone having

any objection to the sale on

any grounds whatsoever will

be afforded an opportunity to

be heard as to those objections

if they bring a lawsuit to

restrain the sale pursuant to

RCW 61.24.130. Failure to

bring such a lawsuit may

result in a waiver of any

proper grounds for invalidating

the Trustee’s sale. X.

NOTICE TO OCCUPANTS

OR TENANTS - The purchaser

at the Trustee’s Sale

is entitled to possession of

the property on the 20th day

following the sale, as against

the Grantor under the Deed

of Trust (the owner) and anyone

having an interest junior

to the Deed of Trust, including

occupants who are not

tenants. After the 20th day

following the sale the purchaser

has the right to evict

occupants who are not tenants

by summary proceedings

under Chapter 59.12

RCW. For tenant-occupied

property, the purchaser shall

provide a tenant with written

notice in accordance with

RCW 61.24.060. The

trustee’s rules of auction

may be accessed at

www.northwesttrustee.com

and are incorporated by this

reference. You may also

access sale status at

www.northwesttrustee.com

and

www.USA-

Foreclosure.com. EFFEC-

TIVE: 01/08/2013 Northwest

Trustee Services, Inc.,

Trustee Authorized

Signature P.O. BOX 997

Bellevue, WA 98009-0997

Contact: Vonnie McElligott

(425) 586-1900. (TS#

7763.28565) 1002.178989-

File No.

(1615, 1902)

CLASSIFIEDS

Annoucements

Happy Ads .......................2

Welcome To The World....4

Card of Thanks ................5

Notices...........................10

Events............................15

Personals.......................20

Support Groups .............25

Lost & Found .................30

Professional Services ....31

20 Personals

LOOKING for relatives!

Descendants of Joseph

Phillips, brother of Walter

C. Phillips; I am the grandson

of Walter Phillips.

Please call 509-293-0919

or write to: Sam Tunnell,

PO Box 851, Depoe Bay,

OR 97341.

25 Support

Groups

AA Woman’s meeting, 7

pm every Tuesday at Solid

Rock Church, 2308 E 12th,

The Dalles.

AL-ANON Meeting

6:30 pm, Thursdays

Goldendale Methodist

Church

Questions

Call Rosie, 773-6420 or

Greta, 773-3343.

25 Support

Groups

ALCOHOLICS

ANONYMOUS

24 Hour Hot Line

1-800-999-9210

Mid Columbia Mtg. Info

ALCOHOLICS Anon. Goldendale

meetings at the

United Methodist Church;

Mon., 8 p.m.; Wed., 8 p.m.;

Fri., 8 p.m., 109 E. Broadway.

1-800-344-2666.

DO YOU HAVE

HURTS,

habits, hang-ups Attend

Celebrate Recovery a faithbased

12 step program,

every Tuesday night at

Hood River Alliance

Church at 2650 W.

Montello (off Rand Rd).

Dinner provided at 6:15

pm

and large group meeting at

7:00 pm. Childcare is

provided.

For more info. call

541-308-5339

25 Support

Groups

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 Flag-

Stone 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.

25 Support

Groups

GRIEF and Loss Group

meets monthly at Klickitat

Valley Hospital. Come and

learn ways to heal and help

others heal from loss.

Sponsored by Klickitat Valley

Hospice. Call 773-0380

for further information.

NA Meetings every

Wednesday, 6:30-7:30 at

the Casa Guadalupe

House, 1603 Belmont,

Hood River, OR.

NA MEETINGS

Goldendale

Father’s House Fellowship

207 S. Klickitat

Monday: 12-1 p.m.

Wednesday: 12-1 p.m.

Friday: 12-1 p.m.

Open to non-addicts.

For more info,

call Kathy S.@ 360-850-

8832 or

Matt S. @ 360-850-8840.

PARKINSON’S Support

Group: 1st Wednesday of

every month, 2 pm, Water’s

Edge, 551 Lone Pine

Blvd., 2nd floor. For more

information, please contact

Chad @ 541-478-9338.

T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds

Sensibly). Tuesdays 9 a.m.

at Riverview Comm. Bank.

773-4766.

25 Support

Groups

T.O.P.S. (Take off Pounds

Sensibly), Thursdays, 6

p.m. at Riverview Comm.

Bank, 773-5411.

30 Lost & Found

MISSING CAT! Gray,

short-haired male with

some white on belly,

answers to SMOKEY, last

seen on 3/14/13 near

Quinton Ball Park, E. 14th

and Quinton, REWARD for

return, please call

541-980-9596.

INSTRUCTION &

CHILD CARE

Preschool/Daycare

Facilities.........................35

Child Care Providers .....37

Schools Training ............40

Tutoring..........................45

Instruction ......................50

Training & Opportunity...51

Health & Fitness ............55

37 Child Care

Providers

*CHILD CARE* 541-980-

1044, The Dalles, Openings

Now! Also, Reserve

for Summer! Crafts, Activities,

Low Ratio State Pay

OK, Multi Child Discount,

Hourly Rate, USDA Food

Program, DHS Enhanced

Rate Provider, Television

Free, No Pets!

childcaretd@yahoo.com

BUSINESS/

FINANCIAL

Business Opportunities .60

Investments & Loans .....65

Insurance.......................70

Mortgages & Contracts..72

60 Business

Opportunities

OWN YOUR OWN ALLSTATE

AGENCY

We have opportunities for

start up and purchase

books in Oregon.

Contact Gayle at

425-213-4811 (cell)

CLASSIFIED DEADLINE:

NOON-MONDAY Your ad should be here! 773-3777

EMPLOYMENT

Help Wanted General ....75

Help Wanted Domestic/

In Home .........................76

Help Wanted Medical/

Health 77

Help Wanted Office/

Clerical...........................78

Help Wanted Sales/Customer

Service 79

Positions Wanted ...........80

Volunteers......................82

Work from Home

Employment...................83

Job Opportunities ..........85

75 Help Wanted

General

ACCOUNTANT

Fruit grower & packer in

The Dalles is currently

seeking an Accountant

w i t h

3 - 5 solid years of accounting

experience at a

minimum, Bachelor’s Degree,

knowledge of GAAP

& strong Excel skills. CPA

a plus. Submit cover letter

and resume to Orchard

View Farms, Attn: HR Manager,

P.O. Box 1398, The

Dalles, OR 97058 or by

email

to

winhu@ovfarms.com.

ARE YOU A YOUNG MAN 18-

23 WINGS offers work

housing & support - Get

your life on track. 541-380-

3820 allyson@getwings.net

75 Help Wanted

General

NOW HIRING

NOW SERVING

BREAKFAST

Clean, dependable, and

honest individuals who

enjoy the public!

Looking for strong

cooks with over 2 years

of experience for AM

and PM shifts.

• Not a seasonal job

• Minimum 2 year

commitment

• All employees work

some weekends

• Learn management

skills

• Experience is a plus

• Resumes are welcome

• Drug test required

• Prefer over age 18

APPLICATIONS

AVAILABLE

Ask for Rex or Milly

when picking up *AND*

turning in application.


12 — April 17, 2013 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

CLASSIFIEDS

75 Help Wanted

General

CDL DRIVER, FOOD

SERVICE, LABORER,

COOK

NOW HIRING seasonal, on call

employees for the 2013 wildfire

season. Work as part of

our team in remote locations,

feeding the wildland firefighters.

CDL DRIVERS needed to

transport equipment to fires,

and then work as part of our

crew. Call 541-923-6936 to request

an application from

Stewart’s FFC or apply online

at www.stewartsffc.com.

We are looking for energetic

and customer focused

employees to join

our winning team. Currently

we have the following positions

available in our

branches in The Dalles:

AGRICULTURE

CONSULTANT

If you are interested in applying

for this position or to

view other career opportunities

go to

www.columbiabank.com

Columbia Bank is proud to

be an EOE.

COMFORT SUITES

DESK CLERK

Friendly, service oriented

person, with good verbal

communication skills, attention

to detail, able to

handle cash, and computer

literate. Flexible shifts including

holidays, nightsa &

weekends. Will train. Pick

up application at 2625 Cascade

Ave., HR.

COOK

$10-$12/hr DOE, 30-35

hrs./wk. with partial or full

benefits pkg. View:

www.nextdoorinc.org

COOK

Part-time, 20 hours week,

Saturday and Sunday,

criminal background check

& drug screen required.

Apply in person at Parkhurst

House, 2450 May St,

Hood River, OR.

DEPUTY DIRECTOR Finance

and Operations

Mid-Columbia Center for Living

(MCCFL) is seeking to fill

the position of Deputy Director

Finance & Operations,

in The Dalles, OR.

This executive leadership

position is responsible for

oversight of finance, business

support, HR, & MIS/IT

for the agency which provides

a wide range of services

in Mental Health, Alcohol,

Drug & Gambling, &

Developmental Disabilities

to adults, children & families,

across 3 local

counties. Requirements include:

a bachelors’ in accounting

or business with

MBA & CPA preferred, &

demonstrated increasing

responsibility in management

roles. Salary: $6,845

- 8,008/mo. EOE, ADA & a

drug-free workplace. For

the full description and to

apply, go to: www.mccfl.org/

employment.htm.

DRIVE-THRU HELP NEEDED.

New drive-thru business

opening approx. June 1st

in Stevenson, WA. Must

have barista experience.

Looking for friendly hardworking

employees. Afternoon,

early evening shift.

$11/hr. E-mail resume to

Sciacca@gorge.net

EARN EXTRA CASH!

Route 601

The Dalles Chronicle is

looking for an enthusiastic,

self-motivated person to

deliver newspapers five

days a week in Klickitat

County (Lyle, Murdock and

Wishram) and Sherman

County (Biggs, Rufus,

Wasco, Moro & Grass

Valley).

Must have reliable and fuel

efficient transportation and

be able to lift 25 lb. bundles.

Valid driver’s license

and proof of insurance,

proof of U.S. citizenship or

green card required.

Please inquire in person at

The Dalles Chronicle office,

315 E. Federal St., after 10

a.m. weekdays. Ask for

Jos‚ .

ELECTRO-MECHANICAL

TECHNICIAN

Cardinal Glass Industries

the premier insulating glass

manufacturer in the U.S. is

seeking qualified individuals

to join our Maintenance

Team in Hood River OR.

Maintain rolling stock,

HVAC systems, building,

electrical, plumbing, preventive

maintenance &

troubleshooting of highly

automated equipment. Prefer

2-year degree or 5

years experience with good

understanding of automated

equipment pneumatics /

hydraulics, PC & PLC control

systems. Full time offshift.

Pay DOE, excellent

work environment & benefits,

drug free workplace,

EOE. (541) 354-4000.

Email resume to

sasmith@cardinalcorp.co

m or fax (541) 354-4036.

EQUIPMENT OPERATOR

w/Class A CDL, High

school diploma or GED,

Valid driver’s license, Valid

Class A CDL with tanker

endorsement, Minimum

three years experience.

Contact Holly Lewis

1-800-825-5452

75 Help Wanted

General

EXPER. SERVERS & COOKS

Wanted, Days & Nights.

Drop off resume @ the

pub

during normal business hrs

or john@solerabrewery.com

F.L.I. LANDSCAPE

NEEDED: Landscape Installation

and Management

Professional. Position open

immediately. Experience

and references required.

Pay rate based on experience.

Call 541-993-5925

for an application.

Field Mechanic and

Shop Repair Technician

3 years experience preferred

in all types of equipment

including PM, repair,

welding, and cutting. Must

have own tools and clean

driving record. Year-round

M-F. Wage DOE. Visit our

website for information:

www.crestlineconstruction

.com. EOE offering competitive

wages, benefits

and a drug-free workplace.

Finance Manager

Ray Schultens Ford/Nissan

Full time position. Must

have current dealership experience

in F & I. 5 day

work week, 401k, medical

and dental insurance, paid

vacation. Closed on Sundays.

Send resumes to:

davel@schultensmotors.com

GENERAL FOOD

SERVICE

NOW HIRING seasonal, on call

employees for the 2013 wildfire

season. Work as part of

our team in remote locations,

feeding the wild land firefighters.

Valid driver’s license

preferred. Call 541-923-6936 to

request an application from

Stewart’s Firefighter Food Catering,

Inc., or apply online at

www.stewartsffc.com.

GLASS HANDLER/

ASSEMBLER

Accepting applications for

2nd & 3rd shifts. Work is

production, standing all

day, handling product &

mechanical equipment in a

safe & productive manner.

Mon-Fri with overtime &

weekends as needed. Start

$12.50ph, excellent benefits,

EOE, drug free workplace,

(541) 354-4000,

www.cardinalcorp.com. To

apply complete application

available at Cardinal IG, 3125

Neal Creek Mill Rd, Hood

River OR 97031.

GOLDENDALE Middle

School

Building Maintenance

Application/job information

available

at

www.goldendaleschools.o

rg or Administration Office,

604 E. Brooks, Goldendale,

WA 98620, 509-773-5177.

Closes April 29, 2013 or

until filled. EOE

GROUNDS

FACILITIES

TECHNICIAN

ALL FACILITIES

Klickitat County Public

Works, Goldendale, Fulltime,

$14.36/hour. First review

date 4/19/2013.

Visit www.klickitatcounty.org

for details and application or

contact Personnel Department,

509-773-7171.

HEALTH PROMOTOR $13-

$14/hr DOE, 20-30 hrs/wk,

bilingual/bicultural in

Spanish. View at:

www.nextdoorinc.org

HOUSEKEEPER

We are currently seeking

an experienced Housekeeper

with great attention

to detail and the positive

energy to match. Must be

willing to work weekends.

Friendly workplace atmosphere.

Family owned and

operated.

NIGHT SHIFT AUDIT

We are currently seeking a

Night Auditor position. Requires

excellent customer

service. Accurate bookkeeping

and computer

skills.

Please apply in person

at 102 Oak St. Hood River,

OR.

HOUSE CARPENTER,

15 years experience,

541-298-8025.

HOUSE PARENT(s), for

WINGS. Apt & B, PT salary

for training 4 young men. 5

eves. Heart & humor. For

info allyson@getwings.net

Internet Manager

Ray Schultens Ford/Nissan

Full time sales position.

5 day work week, 401k,

medical and dental insurance,

paid vacation.

Closed on Sundays.

Send resumes to:

davel@schultensmotors.com

JANITORIAL POSITIONS

Available in Hood River/

Bingen and The Dalles.

Applicant required to pass

work history and criminal

background check. Must

have reliable

transportation, valid drivers

license and insurance.

Start $11/hr + DOE.

Submit

Resume to: PO Box 335,

Hood River, Oregon,

97031, or Email:

midcolumbiajanitorial@ear

thlink.net

75 Help Wanted

General

KITCHEN COOK

Exp., full time, pay DOE.

Drop resume at Thirsty

Woman Pub in Mosier, OR.

No phone calls, please!

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

Share your property

maintenance experience at

Indian Village Apts. Apply

online at www.gres.com

Marketing and

Communications Coordinator

The Dalles Area Chamber

seeks full-time Marketing

and Communications Coordinator.

Duties include

design/layout of newsletter

and other printed/digital

materials; research/write

newsletter articles and

press releases; maintain

web presence; member

communications; and media

relations. Requires

knowledge of graphics, layout

and printing standards;

excellent writing and communication

skills; proficiency

preferred with Windows,

Microsoft Office Professional

Suite, Adobe

Creative Suite, CRM, CMS/

Website and social medias.

Salary DOE. Send resume

and cover letter to Lisa Farquharson,

Executive Director,

The Dalles Area

Chamber of Commerce,

404 W. 2nd Street, The

Dalles, OR 97058 or email

to:

lisa@thedalleschamber.c

om.

Mt. Hood Railroad

Is now hiring the following

positions for the 2013 season:

Chef, Prep Cook, Wait

Staff, Dishwasher, Narrator,

Janitorial and Train Attendants.

Please apply in

person (NO PHONE

CALLS) or send a resume

to: MHRR, 110 Railroad

Ave., Hood River, OR

97031.

NOW HIRING: Applicants

with clean driving history;

HAZMAT and CDL required;

full job description

and application @ 3000 W.

2nd St.; wage DOE; no

phone calls please.

Now Hiring:

Full and part time jobs in

Biggs, available at Grand Central

Travel Center located at

the junction of Hwy 97 and I-

84, exit 104. Subway sandwich

artists, food mart cashiers,

gas attendants, restaurant line

cooks and dishwashers. Apply

in person; no phone calls

please. Ask for Dave, Greg or

Crystal.

PATIENT CARE COORDINA-

TOR, Reception, cust. svc.,

schedule appts., verify ins.

benefits/eligibility, medical

billing and prior auths, A/R.

Req’d exper.: Word, Excel,

type 50+WPM, organized.

FT. M-F, 8am-5pm. Salary

DOE. email resume:

kidsensejobs@gmail.com

PHEP Coordinator

North Central Public

Health District

Provide coordination of the

Public Health Emergency

Preparedness (PHEP) Program;

0.8 FTE + benefits;

$2921.10 to $3065.40 per

month. See website for full

job description and requirements.

Must possess

a valid driver’s license at

time of employment. Preemployment

drug testing

required. Obtain application

packet from website:

www.co.wasco.or.us, or

Wasco Co. HR Dept.,

Wasco Co. Courthouse,

511 Washington St. Suite

207, The Dalles, OR. Closes

4/26/13 at 4:30 pm.

EOE.

GORGE

CLASSIFIEDS

GET

RESULTS

CALL

THE

SENTINEL

TODAY

773-3777

75 Help Wanted

General

Production Manager

Oregon Cherry Growers

has an immediate opening

for a Production Manager

in The Dalles, OR; predominantly

M-F day shift,

but may be required to

work a split shift or swing

shift in addition to a seven

day work schedule during

harvest season. Duties include

planning and executing

operational runs including

both labor and materials,

monitor and maintain

all GMP’s and safety

rules, and direct sanitation

activities. Qualified applicants

will have a Bachelor’s

degree in related science

field (Food Science/

Technology degree a plus)

or a business degree, 3-5

years operations management

experience (fruit or

vegetable processing

preferred), strong analytical

and problem solving

skills, demonstrate excellent

written, verbal and

interpersonal communication

skills (bilingual in

S p a n -

ish a plus), and be proficient

in Microsoft Office.

Experience and skills may

substitute for degree. OCG

offers a competitive compensation

and benefits

package. Please email

your resume, cover letter

and salary history to

ocghroperations@gmail.c

om or send to Oregon

Cherry Growers, HR, 1520

Woodrow St. NE, Salem,

OR 97301. No phone calls

please. EOE/AAP - Drug-

Free Workplace.

PROSECUTING Attorney

Office accepting

applications for

Intern Deputy Prosecuting

Attorney I/Deputy Prosecuting

Attorney I.

For more information,

contact Tracy Hoctor,

tracyh@co.klickitat.wa.us,

509-773-5838,

fax: 509-773-6696.

First review date 4/23/13.

RELIABLE CAREGIVERS

to assist adults w/developmental

disabilities. Training

provided. Growth opportunity.

503-594-1250 x13

SERVERS/COCKTAILERS/

BARTENDERS WANTED:

Riverside & Cebu Lounge.

Previous exper. req. Compensation

min. wage+tips.

No phone calls! Drop resume

at front desk of BW

Hood River Inn or email a

qualified resume to

info@riversidehoodriver.com

SERVICE COORDINATOR

Developmental Disabilities

program

Mid-Columbia Center for Living

(MCCFL) the designated

developmental disabilities organization

for 3 local counties

, is currently seeking applicants

for position of Service

Coordinator in The

Dalles, OR. Position is responsible

for providing service

coordination for the

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 (411-

320-0010). Bilingual

(Spanish/English) preferrd.

Travel is req. Salary starts

at $3454/mo. EOE, ADA,

drug-free workplace. For

full job description and to

apply, go to:

www.mccfl.org/employment.htm.

SERVICE TECHNICIAN

OIL CAN HENRY’S

Now hiring, Hood River location,

Service Technician,

FT, $8.95/hr. Fast raises,

bonuses, benefits. Exp. in

customer service required.

We train automotive basics.

Apply online:

WWW.HENRYSJOBS.COM

SPOOKY’S

Is now accepting applications

for employment.

Please apply in person

Tuesday - Saturday, between

2 and 5 pm. Request

an application from a manager.

75 Help Wanted

General

ST. MARY’S ACADEMY,

a private Catholic School

located in The Dalles, OR

is accepting applications

for the following positions:

Middle School Science and

Health Teacher, License Required;

5th Grade Teacher,

License Required; Pre-Kin-

dergarten Teacher and After

School Care Aid. Motivated,

team oriented, creative individuals

may apply. For

more information, please

go to www.smatd.org or

contact us at 541-296-

6004. Applications will be

accepted until May 3, 2013.

STAPLES

Is hiring at our store in The

Dalles! Apply online to be

considered: http://careers.staples.com.

We are

looking for FRIENDLY and

MOTIVATED people! Positions

available: Office

Supply Associates. Responsibilities

include: Assisting

customers, selling

products and services, and

stocking merchandise.

STERNWHEELER

AND LOCKS CAFE

Now Hiring for Cascade Locks

Location

Positions include: Engineer,

Deckhand, Captain,

Lead Cook, Sous Chef,

Server, busser, Customer

Service Rep. E-mail Resume

to jobs@portland

spirit.com. See portlandspirit.com

for details.

SUMMER CAMP

COUNSELORS

HRCSD Community Education

Deadline: 04/29/2013.

To apply, go to:

www.hoodriver.k12.or.us.

EOE

SUMMER HELP WANTED

Apply in person at

Taco Del Mar

Hood River.

TASTING ROOM ASSOC.

Seasonal/part-time position.

21+ and able to work

weekends. Wine knowledge

a plus but not required.

Must be enthusiastic

and willing to learn the

grape growing/wine business.

Email references to

keely@wyeastvineyards.com

TAXI DRIVERS needed in

The Dalles. Contact 541-

993-8901 and ask for

Dave.

Teacher

For Preschool in The

Dalles. Bachelor degree in

early childhood education

or related field and valid

Oregon teaching license

required. Bilingual in English/Spanish

preferred.

Full-time position starting

the 2013-14 school year.

Contact Columbia Gorge

Education Service District

for an application at 541-

506-2240 or

www.cgesd.k12.or.us.

Open until filled. E.O.E.

TEMPORARY

ASSISTANT

Building & Grounds

Klickitat County Public

Works Department, Goldendale,

Washington, 3

months or less, 32 hours/

week, $11.82/hour. First

review date: 4/26/2013.

Visit www.klickitatcounty.org

for details and application or

contact Personnel Department,

509-773-7171.

TEMPORARY

ASSISTANT

County Road Department

Building & Grounds

Klickitat County Public

Works Department, Goldendale,

Washington, 3

months or less, 40 hours/

week, Full-time, $11.82/

hour. First review date: 4/

26/2013.

Visit www.klickitatcounty.org

for details and application or

contact Personnel Department,

509-773-7171.

75 Help Wanted

General

THE FRUIT COMPANY

is hiring seasonal Customer

Service Representatives at its

Hood River headquarters.

Representatives will answer

inbound customer

calls for orders, address

customer questions, and

recommend gifts. Requires

strong communication and

computer skills. Previous

experience with customer

service significant plus. Positions

will start April 17th

continuing through May

17th; pay is $9 per hour or

higher DOE. Interested

candidates should email re-

sumes

to

resume@thefruitcompany

.com noting the position applied

for.

Truck Driver

Bulk hauling transport co.

in north central Oregon is

looking for experienced

driver with Class A CDL,

doubles/triples and hazmat

endors. Must have two

years verifiable exp. in like

vehicles. Overnight travel

required. Benefits include

vacation, health insurance

and retirement. Contact

Laurie: 541-442-5300.

77 Help Wanted

Medical

Accounts Receivable

Manager

Family Practice Dental Office

seeking Accounts Receivable

Manager. At least

two years of experience,

college education, Microsoft

Excel and Word, DAI-

SY software (helpful), dental

coding for implants, organizing

a recovery system

and initiate collection efforts,

prepare bank deposits,

generate age analysis,

assist with month-end closing,

billing and tracking

dental claims, communicate

with patients via

phone, email, mail or personally,

attention to detail

and accuracy, interpersonal

skills, organizational

skills, tenacious, negotiation

skills, bi-lingual in

Spanish a plus. Please e-

mail resume to

frogsources@hotmail.com.

CBCF

COLUMBIA BASIN

CARE FACILITY

Our Mission is to

Improve the Lives of

Those We Serve

Community-Owned

Not-for-Profit,

Skilled Nursing Facility.

Position available:

Columbia Basin is

accepting applications

for a Registered Nurse; all

shifts; fast-paced;

electronic record

system; opportunities

for growth. Long term

care experience

preferred. Send resume

to:

cassieh@columbiabasinc

arefacility.com

WE TEST FOR

DRUG USE. EOE.

CNA/UNIT CLERK

Skyline Hospital has an

opening for a per diem

CNA/Unit Clerk. Current

Washington CNA license,

prior CNA experience and

excellent customer service

skills required.

Applications are available on

our website or through our

front desk receptionist. Skyline

Human Resources, PO

Box 99, 211 Skyline Drive,

White Salmon, WA 98672,

phone: 509-637-2940, fax: 509-

493-5114. Visit us on the web

at www.skylinehospital.com.

DENTAL ASSISTANT

Experienced dental assistant

for busy White Salmon

dental office. Hardworking

individual needed to staff

Thursdays and Fridays, X-

ray certification, chair side

skills, and a focus on excellent

patient care a must.

Please send resume to: White

Salmon Dental Care, PO Box

2080, White Salmon, WA

98672 or wsdental@gorge.net

77 Help Wanted

Medical

HOME CARE AIDE

The area’s premier

home care agency is

seeking individuals with

hearts of gold to assist

seniors in our communities.

Applicants must

be warm, honest, energetic

and enjoy helping

the elderly. CNA’s

hours may count toward

employment requirement

for State certification.

Please call 800-

604-9564 for more information.

www.hearts

ofgoldcaregivers.com

• Physicians

• Nursing

• Clinical Staff

• Support Staff

To view all current

career opportunities

and apply online, go to:

www.mcmc.net

NURSE MANAGER

needed for primary care

group located in White

Salmon & Stevenson.

Position is responsible for

all aspects of nursing

services. Qualifications include

current WA state RN

license (or the ability to

obtain), 3 yrs relevant

clinical nursing exper., min.

2 yrs. supervisory or

charge nurse exp, excellent

leadership, analytical,

& communication skills, & a

passion for healthcare &

improvement. We are a

collaborative, dynamic

organization who values

high quality care &

customer service; we also

believe in maintaining a

healthy work/life balance &

taking advantage of the

natural beauty & recreational

opportunities around

us. To apply, please send

resume and cover letter to

resume@northshore-medical.com.

Oregon

Veterans’ Home

RN, LPN, CMA, Oregon

Veterans’ Home has a variety

of shifts and hours

available for Part Time

Charge Nurses and Certified

Medication Aides! Must

be currently licensed in

Oregon. Previous long

term care experience preferred,

but new grads may

apply! 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 541-296-

7190 ext. 241 for more information.

PHARMACIST

Skyline Hospital, in White

Salmon, WA, is seeking a

P/T Pharmacist. Must have

or be able to obtain a

Washington license. New

graduates are welcome to

apply. We offer a competitive

wage and great benefit

package.

Send or email cover letter and

resume to Jessie Ramos, Administrative

Services, P.O.

Box 99, White Salmon, WA

98672, jessieramos@skylineho

spital.org, FAX: 509-493-5114,

www.skylinehospital.com

Qualified Mental Health

Professional

Full Time: ColumbiaCare

Services has an immediate

opening for a FT QMHP at

our residential treatment facility

in TD. To apply, visit:

www.columbiacare.org.

REGISTERED NURSE

Skyline Hospital has an

opening for a Per Diem RN.

Must have a minimum of

two-years nursing experience,

with emergency department

and medical/surgery

experience preferred.

Variable shifts available.

Applications are available at

Skyline Hospital or website

www.skylinehospital.com.

Skyline Hospital, 211 Skyline

Drive, PO Box 99, White Salmon,

WA 98672, FAX: 509-493-

5114. For more info, contact

Jessie at 509-637-2923 or

jessieramos@skylinehospital.

org

RELIEF CAREGIVER; part

time for in home quadraplegic;

morn. and eve.;

send resume to The Dalles

Chronicle, PO Box 1910S.

The Dalles Health and

Rehabilitation Center

Has the following positions

available:

RN

CNA

If you are interested in joining

our team of owners,

please apply in person @

1023 W. 25th St.

100% Employee Owned

78 Help Wanted

Office

HUMAN RESOURCES

ASSISTANT

Bilingual English/Spanish, 3

years min. Human Resources

experience, current knowledge

of federal and state of

Oregon employment laws,

strong communication skills

and proficiency with MS

Word, Excel and any HR or

payroll system required. Experience

working in agriculture

desirable but not required.

Some weekend shifts

required to support cherry

harvest. This is a seasonal position

anticipated at 7 months.

Medical, dental and life insurance

offered after qualification

period. Submit cover letter

and resume to: Orchard

View Farms, Attn: HR Manager,

PO Box 1398, The Dalles,

OR 97058; fax: 541-298-1808;

or

email:

winhu@ovfarms.com. To learn

more about our farm, visit us

@ orchardviewfarms.com.

Receptionist

For busy medical/surgical

office. Looking for a pleasant,

positive people-person

to represent our practice at

the front desk. Duties include

phones, patient

check-in, filing, computer

scheduling, and multiple

clerical duties. Full time,

excellent benefit package.

Please email resume to:

info@midcolumbiasurgical

.com or mail to: Sandy

Lacy, Mid-Columbia Surgical

Specialists, 1810 E.

19th St., Suite 225, The

Dalles, OR 97058. No

phone calls please.

79 Help Wanted

Sales/Service

P/T POSITION

Must have customer service

experience. Apply in

person with resume. Artisans

Jewelry and Gallery, 137 E. Jewett

Blvd., White Salmon. NO

PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

80 Positions

Wanted

NEED outside work done

I will do landscaping, cleaning

garages, hauling garbage,

etc. Call 773-0456. If

no answer, please leave

message.

82 Volunteers

HARD-OF-HEARING

this 6 year old boy has had

a delayed vocabulary and

trouble making friends because

of it. He is excited

about trying new activities

and would love to learn

how to swim but has nobody

to do these things

with. He lives in a single

parent household and

hasn’t seen his father in almost

5 years. Having a

male role model could

make the world of difference

in this boy’s life

Big Brothers Big Sisters

of Wasco Co. 541-296-8118,

ext 216

SPRING

CASA TRAINING

Learn new skills while

changing the life of a child

in foster care; become a

Court Appointed Special

Advocate (CASA)

volunteer! Kids with CASAs

get out of foster care 7«

months sooner & receive

more services than kids

without a CASA.

Training begins May 9th.

For more information, call

(541) 386-3468 or visit

www.gorgecasa.org.

THIS LITTLE GUY

is 8 years old and has been

waiting for two years for

just the right Big Brother to

come along. He enjoys being

active and would be

thrilled to spend some time

outdoors. He is very outgoing

& enthusiastic and is

ready to have that special

one on one time.

Big Brothers Big Sisters

of Wasco Co. 541-296-8118,

ext 216

THIS PRECIOUS LITTLE GIRL

is 6 years old and is extremely

eager to get a Big

Sister! She is very enthusiastic

and full of life. She

lives in a small apartment

and could really benefit

from getting out of the

house and trying new

things. When asked why

she wanted to have a Big

Sister, she replied by saying,

“I just want someone to

hang out with. Making

friends is hard.”

Big Brothers Big Sisters

of Wasco Co. 541-296-8118,

ext 216

Child Care Wanted ........95

Diaper Services ...........100

Adult & Elderly Care....105

Travel &

Transportation

Car Pools .....................110

Tickets .........................115

Travel ...........................120

Free-To-All ...................122


GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON APRIL 17, 2013— 13

CLASSIFIEDS

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

buy it!

sell it!

find it!

in the

Gorge

Classifieds

Hood River

HR VALLEY ADULT CENTER

THRIFT STORE

Collectibles, Clothing

Furniture, Household

Shoes & more!

*Donations gladly accepted

24 hours a day

*Support Your LOCAL

Community

Tues & Thurs, 9 to 12

Wed & Sat, 9 to 2

50% off sale-Last Sat of month

2010 Sterling Place, HR

HRVCC THRIFT SHOP

Every Wed., 9:00-3:00

Every Sat., 9:00-1:00

$5 bag for clothing

DONATIONS WELCOME!

975 Indian Creek Rd., HR

Preceptor Theta

Sorority Garage Sale

Sat/ April 20th

8am - 3pm

Hood River Saddle Club

(Corner of Country Club

and Belmont)

Lots of cool stuff!

The Dalles

LOOKING FOR

CRAFTERS

and VENDORS

Cherry Heights Retirement

Is now looking for crafters

and vendors who

would like to participate

in our

SPRING BAZZAR

May 11th - 9 to 4

910 Cherry Heights Road

The Dalles, OR

Space is limited, so

contact us as soon as

possible to get signed

up. Cost is $10 for a

10x10 space. You provide

your own table and

display racks.

If you have any questions

please give us a call at

541-296-6880

140 Antiques &

Collectibles

ASHTON DRAKE “VICTORIAN

SERENITY” COLLECTOR’S

DOLL

Comes with bonnet, pillow,

pantaloons & socks.

Perfect condition, save that

her irises have faded

some. She has always

been a decoration &

carefully handled. List

price: $129. Asking: $50.

Please text or call Victoria

541-380-0137

140 Antiques &

Collectibles

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 & guns. Rulebook

& some battlefield accessories

also included. Prefer

to sell entire collection as

one large set, but may sell

in parts. SERIOUS OF-

FERS ONLY. For prices &

more info, call Ken at 541-

246-4586.

150 Apparel/

Jewelry

HAND-MADE FAIR TRADE,

WORLD FINDS NECKLACE

Brand new with tag still

attached. Unique wood &

glass beads. $20.

Please text or call Victoria

541-380-0137

Artisan’s

JEWELRY &

GALLERY

—Custom Designs—

—Jewelry Repairs—

DIAMONDS and

COLORED GEMSTONES

509-493-1333

137 E. Jewett Blvd.

White Salmon, WA

artisansdesigns.com

Your

Gorge

Classified

ad is placed

online, too!

goldendalesentinel.com

150 Apparel/

Jewelry

insert left facing

alpaca logo

ALPACA

Spring, Summer,

and Winter...

Always in Style,

Always a Wonderful

GIFT!

Blankets - Gloves

Hats - Scarves

Shawls - Throws

Yarn

Alpacas are

Known to

Cause Warm

Fuzzy Feelings

and

Uncontrollable

Smiles.

COME SEE!

insert right facing

alpaca logo

ALPACA

ANNEX

A GREAT PLACE TO

VISIT,

A UNIQUE PLACE TO

SHOP!

OPEN:

Wednesday-Sunday

10 am to 4 pm

509-395-2266

FIND US

JUST OFF HWY 141

IN TROUT LAKE, WA

FOLLOW THE SIGNS!

alpacaannex.com

meadowrockalpacas.com

LOTS OF NECLAKCES,

BRACELETS & EARRINGS!

Some genuine freshwater

pearl sets too! $5-$30.

Please email

torict@gmail.com

or text 541-380-0137

for pictures

ALL GORGE

CLASSIFIEDS

placed through The Sentinel

will appear on

The Sentinel’s

website

goldendalesentinel.com

155 Furniture

HOUSEHOLD ITEMS

PRICED TO SELL:

Oak TV cabinet w/doors,

good cond., $100

Dinette table, 37” round & 2

chairs, $30.

Glider, beige fabric &

oak wood, $100.

TV stand, dark wood,

35” long, $50.

1 floor lamp, $20

1 end table, $15

3 drawer nightstand, $10

2 folding chairs, $5 ea.

541-308-0925

MATTRESSES!

Sleep Better Knowing

You Save...

GORGE BEDQUARTERS

409 E. 2nd St.

The Dalles, OR

541-296-4341

160 Appliances

REMODELING sale! Kenmore

30” glass-top, white

self-cleaning range, very

nice, $200; 23.6 cubic ft.

side-by-side Kenmore refrigerator,

ice and water in

door, almond color w/ ice

cream maker, $200; 12 cubic

ft. Sharp carousel microwave

oven, almost new,

full size, $85, in The Dalles;

call 509-421-2918.

WASHERS, dryers, refrigerators,

and ranges FOR

SALE! All brands. Prices

vary from $125 and up. Will

do service calls. Call for

more information:

541-296-8970 or

541-980-1537

165 Home

Electronics

APPLE’S ONE ON ONE

MEMBERSHIP. A great

resource!

Personalized training, help,

organization at any Apple

store! Never been used,

good for 1 year.

List price: $99, asking $75.

Please text or call Victoria

541-380-0137

APPLE iPod touch, 4th

generation, 8 GB, updated

and reset, 100% functional,

display in great condition,

some cosmetic wear on

back. Included: case, used

screen protector, USB cord

and JVC earbuds. No original

packaging. $125. Call

541-769-0597.

185 Firewood &

Stoves

RED FIR ROUNDS

Delivered, $150

U-haul, $85.

Call for more info.

509-427-8872

195 Sporting

Goods

GLOCK 10mm, NEW, night

sights and extra mags,

$700, 541-993-8048.

NOTICE

Certain laws and restrictions,

as well as

registration requirements

apply to the sale

of firearms. For more information

contact the

Seattle Field Division of

the Department of Alcohol,

Tobacco and

Firearms at 1-206-204-

3205. This field division

is responsible for

Washington, Idaho,

Oregon, Alaska and Hawaii.

You may also go to

www.atf.gov for frequently

asked questions

and information.

RUGER no. 1, .270 cal.

with Burris 3/9 scope, bipod,

sling and case, mint

condition, $900 FIRM. Other

guns, please inquire @

541-980-4961.

220 Lawn, Garden,

& Equipment

ROTOTILLER, 48” PTO.

Bought new, used 3 hours.

Sell for $900. Tom, 509-

314-1260.

225 Building

Materials

DECK fastners, Trex universal

clips, 350, retail value

$100, SELL $75. 509-

493-4038.

USED 10x12x12’-16’,

10x14x12’-16’, quantity

400+, Bridge Timbers, $35

per piece. Call 360-913-

0013. Can deliver.

236 Health Care

Equipment

USED Jazzy scooter.

New $6,000; sell for $1500.

509-281-0128.

260 Books

“510 SPANISH VERBS”

and “Easy Spanish Reader”

Used, but no markings

inside. $10./set. Please text

or call Victoria at 541-380-

0137

“CHARACTERS FROM

TOLKIEN” by David Day.

Like new! Includes map,

chronology, and sketchesexcellent

reference guide!

$10. Please text or call Victoria

at 541-380-0137

“MAYO CLINIC Complete

Book of Pregnancy and

Baby’s First Year” and

“The Everything Pregnancy

Book” set. Like New!

$10./set. Please text or call

Victoria at 541-380-0137

260 Books

“RUSSIAN FOR EVERY-

BODY” Set. Textbook,

Teacher’s Manual, Workbook,

Conversation Book,

Cassettes, & Bonus book

of Russian Poems! Used,

no markings. $10./set.

Please text or call Victoria

at 541-380-0137

275 Misc. for Sale

COLLECTIBLE

LONGABERGER

ALL-AMERICAN PIE BASKET

12289 with 2 swivel

handles, cloth liner, plastic

liner, and decorative

ceramic tie. Basket

measures appoximately 5”

tall without handle; 8” tall

with handle; approx 12-1/2”

x 12” Basket is used, but in

excellent condition.

Smoke free home.

$50.00

Please text or call Victoria

541-380-0137

OVER 100 LARGE COLOR

POSTERS for teaching/

homeschooling plus more!

Posters cover the subjects

of history, geography,

science, mathematics,

language and

miscellaneous too.

Posters come in large filing

box. Also included in the

set are 2 brand new plastic

backpacks with 9 brand

new folders and 3 brand

new notebooks. All of this

for $40!

Call or text 541-380-0137

Desea ampliar su casa actual,

poner en una huerta, o utilizar

como apartamento para su

suegra 700 pies cuadrados

oficina mobil/casa para la venta.

$2,000 o mejor oferta, en

buena condici¢n. Llama

5092943758 para mas detalles

y programar una cita.

Need more space on your orchard

for the summer picking

season Office space on construction

site 700 sq ft mobile

office/unit in The Dalles in

good condition. Call 509-294-

3758 to schedule a viewing.

Email pictures available upon

request. $2300 OBO

SCENTSY warmers, plugins,

room sprays, paks, circles

and bars. Contact

Tonya Schroeder, Independent

Scentsy Consultant

@ 541-705-7217 or

www.tschroeder.scentsy.us

275 Misc. for Sale

UNDERWOOD

ALPACAS

STORE

NOW OPEN

CLOTHING

SOCKS

COATS

50% Lower

Than Other

Prices in

the Gorge

SELLING

WORM COMPOST

UNDERWOOD

ALPACAS

Underwood, WA

HOURS: 10 to 4

Tuesday - Saturday

Call for an appointment

after hours

509-493-2981

541-490-1717

underwoodalpacas.com

rdwhite@gorge.net

280 Misc. Wanted

WANTED: used lawn mowers

and rototillers, running

or not, for free or cheap! I

also service and sell lawnmowers.

Call 541-980-

7760.

282 Free/Give

Away

FREE to good home: baby

grand piano, in pieces,

needs work and completed,

U-HAUL. 509-365-

2589.

FREE! Electric stove and

dishwasher, white, need to

be cleaned, *unsure if they

work*, YOU HAUL, 620-

385-0192, near The Dalles.

GOLDEN RETRIEVER, 3

year old female. Loves to

fetch. Great dog. Free to

good home. 541-490-7053

HORSE COMPOST,

*free*, enough to fill a dump

truck, you haul, call 888-

844-5237, in The Dalles.

HORSE MANURE, organic,

u-haul, buckets more.

FREE. 541-386-5102

286 $500 or Less

(4) TIRES w/rims, from ‘95

Toyota truck;

30x9.5OR15LT 6PR 1040.

$300 obo. 509-261-1021.

15 FT COLEMAN canoe,

good condition. $250. 541-

544-0992 or 541-993-6412.

AR15/5.56 30 round magazine,

$40. Call or text 541-

400-0235

A/C and Heating

Attorneys

Bookkeeping

Carpet Cleaning

The Goldendale Sentinel

Business Directory

is a great way to get your

name out there!

Just $8, $16, $24 or $32

per week!

Call us today at

773-3777

Construction

Construction

Engine Repair

Health Care

Home Improvement

Income Tax Service

Manufactured Homes

Plumbers

Septic Service Truck Repair Veterinary Care


14 — April 17, 2013 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

CLASSIFIEDS

286 $500 or Less

ATARI 80’s vintage computers,

800 & 130xe with

tape/disk drives, software,

power supplies, complete.

All for $40. 541-386-3590

BATHROOM sink and vanity,

white sinks, 6’ long vanity,

$20, 509-493-4356.

BEAUTY shop roll about,

full of supplies. $60.

503-680-8061.

BISSELL ProHeat carpet

shampooer w/ turbo brush,

used 2x, works great, excellent

for spring cleaning,

$125 OBO, 541-993-6125.

CAMERA, Canon Power-

Shot A720 IS 8.OMP, 6x

optical zoom lens, ISO 80-

1600, MVI video, $75. 503-

449-9996

CANCUN VACATION for 2

adults + 2 children under

17. $350. Pkg. includes 7

days & 6 nights. No food or

air fare. 541-386-2223

COUCH, clean and comfortable

from smoke-free

home, no stains or tears,

$145, 541-993-8699.

286 $500 or Less

MOBILITY SCOOTER,

Pacesetter Passpoort Junior,

excel. cond., new battery.

$500 541-490-5376

MOTOR for 1996 Acura Integra,

4 cyl. not V-Tech,

139K miles, AT, $450. 541-

380-1166

NINTENDO 3DS, brand

new, still in box w/reciept.

Includes 3 year service

plan, red. $170. 541-806-

3835

NINTENDO DSI, brand

new, in box, w/receipt,

blue, $70. 541-806-3835

NOOK eReader, used

three times, asking $80

OBO, text 541-993-5906.

OAK CHINA HUTCH, $150

OBO, 541-993-4408.

OLDER TV for sale, works

good, TV stand w/storge.

Both $50. 541-296-5612.

POKEMON 23K gold-plated

trading cards, 10 count,

assort. charact., in cases

with cert. of auth., $50 for

all, 620-385-0192, near TD.

CLOCK/MIRROR wall

hanging, beautiful mahog- POND pump, hoses and

ony, 36”L x 18”W, and 1.5” valves, two UV filters, two

thick, $20, 541-387-2135. bio filters, $150 OBO. 509-

COUCH, sleigh back, over- 493-1167.

stuffed, excellent condition,

PROM DRESS, size 12,

$250, 541-399-0019.

olive green metallic fabric,

DECK fastners, Trex uni- halter style, $10. 541-386-

versal clips, 350, retail val- 6755 Hood River

ue $100, SELL $75. 509-

493-4038.

Pull down spice rack with

11 jars from Storables.

DINING room table, drop Never used. $25. 541-993-

leaf style, storage in base 1182

with shelves and door access,

$100. 509-493-3730. SALAD BAR, electric, 5’

long, plexi-glass sneezeshield,

works well, $500,

DOLL HOUSE, 1984,

“Sounds Like Home”, $100,

call 509-637-0175 anytime.

assembled with furniture,

call 541-296-6546. SET OF 4 TIRES, 22” lowprofile

with rims, $400, 35%

DOORS. Exterior, French.

W/built in venetians, extread,

541-965-0310.

cellent condition. $275 firm. SEWING machine cabinet/

541-399-2919

desk, nice wood, 3 drawers

DRESSER, dark brown and drop-down sewing mawood,

9 drawers with mir- chine area, $40. 509-493-

ror, $75/OBO. 541-490- 3730.

5309.

DRYER, Magic Chef,

SEWING MACHINE, used

Elna, just had professional

heavy duty, almond, good maintenance. Excellent

condition, $30, U-HAUL. condition, $130. 509-493-

509-637-5848. (Carson)

DRYER: Maytag, newer

1164

SKYLIGHTS (2), 38”x22”.

model, electric, white, Velux w/flashing. $200 for

works great, delivery avail- both, will sell separately.

able, $200. 509-493-4266 541-352-7487

or 509-281-0276.

SOFA and love seat, blue

ELLIPTICAL MACHINE,

floral upholstery, includes

Weslo Cross Trainer, exwhite

denim cover with

cellent condition, $125 obo.

separate cushion covers,

541-380-2875

$450. 509-493-3730.

ENTERTAINMENT CTR.,

glass door over compo-

SOLID OAK entertainment

nents, wood door over storcenter,

60” L x 17” W x 52”

age, 52”h x 58 1/2”w x H, will hold 50” flat-screen

24”d, on rollers, $80. 541- on top and 42” in cabinet,

352-7575 eves. lv. msg. $100 OBO, 509-767-0578.

FAUCET, Grohe, white; SOUTHWESTERN turand

bar sink, Kohler, both quoise jewelry, $300 OBO,

in excellent condition, $40/ necklaces and watch

both. 509-493-3663. bands, 541-296-5094,

FLOORING guns: Bostitch,

rocks are quarter size.

SX150BHF, $200; M3, SPLITBOARD, Prior Ma-

$225. Both in new condition jestic, 160 cm, retails

and both come with sta- $1100, sell $499. Skins exples.

541-490-4319. tra. 509-493-4749.

FLY FISHING boots, STIHL 026 Pro chain saw.

Grub’s, mens size 12, felt 20 inch bar, extra chain,

and studded soles, excel- service wrench tool. $325

lent shape, $60. 509-637-

cash. 509-493-1941

4393.

TEXAS TI-89 graphing cal-

FOLBOT Sea Kayak,

culator, perfect condition,

needs work, $150.

541-296-1585.

with manual and work

books, $95, call 541-980-

FOR SALE Commercial 4961.

Bingo game, $500. Call

509-773-5096

TIRE chains: HD truck, five

pair of doubles and 25-pair

FOUR TIRES with wheels: of singles, $100 or less per

LT265-70-17 mounted on set. 509-395-2441. (TL)

17” Ford wheels, $499,

503-710-4129.

TIRES: (4) 35-INCH, 30 to

40% tread left, $200 OBO.

FREEZER, Magic Chef, 8.8

503-522-5984.

cf upright, less than 1-year

old, still under 3-year war- TRIPLE-AXLE equipment

ranty, $225. 509-365-9521, trailer, 15’ deck, extra long

Appleton.

tongue, brakes, lights,

GOLF CLUBS, left handed spare, $500, call 541-544-

set, good condition, $50. 2812.

541-399-2107

HIDE-A-BED, with extra

thick comfortable mattress,

TV, JVC, 26-inch, with remote

and sleep timer, $150

OBO. 509-637-4725.

green/brown tweed uphol-

TV. Toshiba 32” HD LCD

stery, older contemporary

style, good shape, nonsmoking

home, $75, U-

model 32HL67. Excellent

condition, w/remote, $264.

HAUL. 509-637-4725. 971-678-5027

HOSPITAL BED, newer In- TWO barstools, fully funcvacare

with trapeze bar, tional and adjustable, black

mattress, side rails, $500, and silver, $20 each, 541-

call Patrick @ 541-298- 980-8706.

2687, can deliver and set

USED hospital bed, new

up.

$1,000, sell for $300.

INDUSTRIAL sewing ma- 509-281-0128.

chine head, older Brothers

brand, intact but needs

UTILITY TRAILER,

work, $25, 530-708-2699. 2 wheel, 5’ x 6’ x 1.5’, $300.

541-354-1748

KIRBY vacuum cleaner,

G4 model, has power on WINDOWS two wood

wheels and hose, in good framed sliders w/ aluminum

working condition, asking storm windows attached.

$100 OBO, 541-993-2565. One new aluminum window

3.0x2.0 all $20 each.

LAWNMOWER. Murray

509-773-5265

push mower, 3.5 hp, 20”

cut. Like new! Easy to use. YARD/GARDEN mulcher,

Newly tuned. $100 cash, needs magneto work, $30.

541-352-3523.

509-493-3695.

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

JUSTIN HILL

HORSESHOEING

509-261-1508.

gorgefarrier.com

TOP QUALITY LIMOUSIN

BULLS, available now,

black or red. Wilde Ranches,

541-454-2995, leave

message.

YOUNG laying hens, good

foragers $15 each. Brown

eggs $2 a dozen.

509-261-0636 or

541-480-7477

295 Pets &

Supplies

“CHORKIE”

Chiquaqua mix, 18-weeks old,

golden brown color, first

shots and wormed, $175. 509-

493-4825.

541-354-1083

(Heywood)

HEYWOOD

is 4 yrs. old, 12 lbs.,

super playul & cuddly

and completely

adoarable! Loves long

walks, silly time with

friends & car rides. He’s

house-trained too!

Adopt A Dog

541-354-1083

541-386-3776

SCARLETT O’HAIRA

SCARLETT

O’HAIRA

Tabby with Bengal spots,

sweet and shy but will

bond, 3.5-years old, female,

spay, shots/wormed,

Luk check, indoor, no

dogs, adults.

Call Bonnie

541-386-3776

BE MINE

CAT ADOPTION

bemine.petfinder.com

541-386-5099

ADORABLE KITTENS

FOR ADOPTION

ADORABLE

KITTENS

FOR ADOPTION

Siamese, orange and gray

tabbys, females and

males, 7 to 11 months.

Spayed or neutered plus

shots. Indoors only.

FREE MICROCHIP!

Call Elizabeth

541-386-5099

PURRFECT FIT

CAT ADOPTIONS

purrfect-fit.petfinder.com

English Bulldog

Female puppy for sale; 8

weeks old, shots, vet

checked, AKC registered

and health guaranteed;

cost $600; email:

barbarataylor2013@

outlook.com

MALE Puddin Jack Russell

pup, 1st shots and worming,

ready April 15th, $300

firm, call 541-993-7020 and

leave a message.

315 Food, Meat,

& Produce

PASTURED PORK

BUY LOCAL

$3.25 per lb hanging

weight. Estimated $400 for

a half. *Included - cut,

wrapped, and delivered.

Raised in Parkdale.

Contact Brian Gray,

541-490-7591.

325 Farm &

Orchard Equip.

TRACTOR, 25HP Cummins

Diesel Engine, Hydro

Static Transmission, Like

New, Low Time with Front

Loader and Brush Hog.

$11,900. 541-993-9321.

Can be seen in Dallesport,

WA, 304 3rd Ave.

RENTALS

Business Rentals.........330

Apartment Rentals/OR 335

Apartment Rentals/WA 340

Condo Rentals/OR ......350

Condo Rentals/WA ......352

Duplexes, Four-Plexes/OR

355

Duplexes, Four-Plexes/WA

360

House Rentals/OR.......365

House Rentals/WA ......370

Senior Housing ............372

Mobile Homes/Oregon.375

Mobile Homes/Washington

380

Mobile Home Spaces ..382

RV Space.....................384

Rentals Wanted ...........385

Rentals to Share..........390

Room Rentals..............395

RV Site Rentals ...........397

Vacation Rentals..........400

Bed & Breakfast...........405

Storage Space.............410

Misc. Rentals ...............415

330 Business

Rentals

Commercial

Space for Lease

DOWNTOWN

WHITE SALMON, WA

4,000 total square feet

(2,000 sf street level

store front and 2,000 sf

basement level with alley

access)

FOR MORE DETAILS

509-493-1333

HAVE A HOME FOR SALE

Get results fast by placing

your ad in the Gorge Classifieds,

your ad will appear

in every paper in the gorge

area, reaching over

115,000 readers each

week. Call us at the Goldendale

Sentinel, 773-3777

or toll-free at 1-888-287-

3777.

HOOD RIVER office with

river view; ground floor,

675 sq. ft., includes reception

area, 2 offices, utility

room, private restroom and

one parking spot; $740/mo.

lease + utilities; 706 Columbia

St. (corner of 7th

and Columbia); 541-980-

9991.

HOOD RIVER

200 sq. ft. office, $240

250 sq. ft. retail mall, $410

300 sq. ft. office, $230.

400 sq. ft. office, $350

525 sq. ft. office, $600

300 sq. ft. office, rr, $350

715 sq. ft. office, $600.

870 sq. ft. retail mall, $850

1068 sq. ft. office, $885.

2300 sq. ft. office,$2300

1800 sq. ft. retail, $1300.

Various dry storage units

Chuck Beardsley, 541-386-

5555, Hershner & Bell Realty

HOOD RIVER. 456 sq. ft.

of office space in T’s Mall,

1313 Belmont. $375/mo. includes

water and sewer,

509-396-0612.

HOOD RIVER Commercial,

near courthouse. Off- street

parking, landscaped view,

mini-kitchen, bath w/shower,

space for 3 offices, and waiting

room. 1,000 sq ft., lease,

$900.00 call 206-790-2943 for

more info.

MANUFACTURING /

WAREHOUSE SPACE FOR

LEASE: 3875 Heron Drive in

the John Weber Business

Park in Odell.

2,500 sq.ft. including small

office, restroom and utility

room, rollup freight door,

dock high loading, efficient

heat. $1,250 per month.

5,000 sq.ft. including two

small offices, two restrooms

and utility rooms,

rollup freight doors, dock

high loading, efficient heat.

$2,500 per month.

Contact Steve Burdick

at the Port of Hood River:

541-386-5116.

OFFICE / RETAIL

SPACE FOR LEASE

Dowtown The Dalles

900 +/- sq.ft. to 2850 +/-

sq.

ft and any size in between.

Ground level w/ excellent

street exposure. All utilities

paid by owner. Call Roger

541-387-3270 or 503-260-6016

330 Business

Rentals

OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE.

1,000 s.f. in the Maritime

Building at 910 Portway Avenue.

Ideal for start-up

tech, graphic production,

surveying, engineering

businesses. $580.00 per

month NNN. Contact Steve

Burdick at the Port of Hood

River: 541-386-5116.

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 1-

800-669-9777. The toll-free

telephone number for the

hearing impaired is 1-800-

927-9275.

THE DALLES: large shop

for rent, excellent location,

office and bathroom, $850/

mo.; call for an appointment,

541-296-1424.

THE DALLES: 1040 sq. ft.,

$875/mo.; 825 sq. ft., $650/

mo.; Col. Ct. Mall, 107 E.

2nd St., including utilities;

storage, 400 sq. ft., $125/

mo.; shop space or storage,

1200 sq. ft., $450/mo.;

541-298-8903.

335 Apartment

Rentals/OR.

CASCADE LOCKS. Accepting

applications for 2

bdrm apartments. Subsidized

housing community.

Quiet area close to

schools, parks & shopping.

W/S/G paid. Pet free complex.

On site laundry.

When rental assistance is

available, combined rent &

utility payments typically do

not exceed 30% of adjusted

gross monthly income.

Call 541-374-8894. Equal

Housing Opportunity.

THE COMMODORE II

APARTMENTS in The

Dalles, 312 Court St. is

now accepting applications

for federally funded housing.

Studio and 1 bedroom

apartments may be available.

On site management

and laundry facility in a

beautifully restored historic

building in downtown The

Dalles. 541-298-7600 or

TDD 800-735-2900. Professionaly

managed by

Meredian Management.

THE DALLES: 1 bedroom,

W/S/G paid, $500 per mo.

+ $500 dep.; 2 bedroom,

$675 per mo. + $500 dep.;

no pets allowed; 541-298-

7015.

THE DALLES: Small 1 bedroom,non

smoking apt.S/W/

G/Hot water paid. Contact

541-980-3311.

WASCO, large 1 Bdrm apt,

newly remodeled, W/S/G

paid, $450/mo +1st, last,

deposit. Available now.

541-993-3636.

340 Apartment

Rentals/WA.

BINGEN. Studio, 1 bdrm, 2

bdrm, monthly, $400-$600,

utils includ. 1st+dep. 509-

493-1803 9 am-7 pm.

GOLDENDALE: 2 bdrm., 1

ba. apt. 123 NW High

Street. $525/mo.

509-250-2351.

340 Apartment

Rentals/WA.

SIMCOE MANOR

apartments, a complex for

senior, handicapped, or

disabled persons, has 1 &

2 bdrm. apts. Rent based

on income. W/S/G pd.

Laundry & rec room on

site. Applications available

at 305 Simcoe Drive,

Goldendale, WA 98620. Or

call 509-773-4255. Equal

Housing Opportunity.

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.

355 Duplexes,

Four-Plexes/OR

THE DALLES: 3 bdrm./1

ba. upper level duplex, 304

E. 8th Pl., $700/mo. +

$1,000 move-in costs, 1-yr.

lease, W/S/G pd., NO

SMOKING, off street parking,

garden area, some

pets negotiable w/ extra

fees, W/D hookups, $35

app. fee, 541-993-6799.

THE DALLES: 2 bedroom

in quiet one-level 4-plex. Includes

washer, dryer, refrigerator,

range, dishwasher,

air conditioning,

shared courtyard, extra

storage area, off-street

parking. No smoking/pets.

$720/month + deposit. Includes

water, sewer, garbage.

541-296-1865.

THE DALLES: furnished 1

BDRM, clean, quiet, beautiful

grounds, all utilities

paid, central heat, AC, TV,

cable and internet, $975 +

$300 fee, no smoking/pets;

541-980-8640; to see

p h o t o s :

samwoolseyrents@gmail.com.

The Dalles, 812 E 14th Duplex.

$720/ month, W/S/G

included. $500 Deposit.

Washer/Dryer hookups.

Available soon. 541-399-

4573.

360 Duplexes,

Four-Plexes/WA

GOLDENDALE; 4 plex,

Remodeled 3 bdrm., 1.5

ba., $625/mo.

Remodeled 2 bdrm., 1.5

ba., $570/mo.

Laundry onsite.

No smoking, no pets,

W/S/G pd. 541-308-6369.

365 House

Rentals/OR

* Leeland Property *

Management, LLC

723 E. 2nd, 541-296-3395

leelandprop.com

*Homes you WANT*

to live in!

*Houses, Plexes & Apts.*

Commercial Properties

*DUFUR: In the country,

clean 2 bedroom + bonus

room, 2 bath, and garage

on 15 Mi. Creek, 1+ acres,

could be more! May consider

pets. $895/mo. Call

541-993-7372.

DUFUR: House for rent

three miles outside Dufur; 5

bedrooms, 1 bath; call 541-

993-7371.

GRASS VALLEY: Refurbished

house, 3 BDRM, 1

in half-basement, central

heating/cooling, spacious

kitchen, new carpeting,

large rear deck, all appliances

furnished; ref. required;

no smoking; $600/

mo.; 409 SW 4th St.; 541-

993-3390 or 541-333-2933.

John L. Scott Prpty Mgmt

www.JLSRentals.com

541-298-4736

1 BDRM Duplex, TD $650

4 BDRM House, Parkdale

$1000

3 BDRM Apt, TD, $800

3 BDRM Duplex, TD, $800

1 BDRM Duplex,

Tygh Valley, $525

3 BDRM Duplex,

Tygh Valley, $695

3 BDRM/1 BA House,

TD, $875

2 BDRM House,

Rufus, $800

3 BDRM House,

Hood River, $1650

2 BDRM Townhouse,

Hood River, $1300

Comm Prop, 2936 sq ft,

TD, $3000

Comm Prop, 1000 sq ft,

TD, $1100

365 House

Rentals/OR

PARKDALE. Totally renovated,

funky, small, historic

house, 1 bdrm, $500 mo.

541-352-7729.

THE DALLES, Cute older

home in nice area. New

carpet. 3 bdrm, 1 ba, W/D,

garbage svc. First + $1500

security deposit. $850/mo.

plus utilities, 1 year lease.

409 W 13th. No smoking.

Email kristireynier@

hotmail.com

WASCO, 3 Bdrm, 1 Bath,

newly remodeled inside

large fenced yard/storage

shed, off street parking,

W/D hookup, fridge/stove

included, water paid, $650/

mo +1st, last, deposit Available

now. 541-993-3636.

370 House

Rentals/WA

GLENWOOD: 2 bedroom,

1 bath, new manufactured

home. No smoking/pets.

$700/month, first/last/deposit.

509-637-0264.

GOLDENDALE: 2 bdrm.

house, large yard, W/D

hookup, 125 W. Brooks.

$625/mo. 509-773-3816.

GOLDENDALE: 4 bedroom,

2 bath, fireplace,

double-car garage, fenced.

No smoking/pets. $825/

month, first/last/deposit.

509-637-0264.

John L. Scott Prpty Mgmt

www.JLSRentals.com

541-298-4736

2 BDRM Apt. Bingen, $540

3 BDRM House,

Underwood, $1150

3 BDRM House,

Goldendale, $800

Comm Prop, 3300 sq ft,

White Salmon, $2200

Comm Prop, 840 sq ft,

Bingen, $885

Comm Prop, 1900 sq ft,

Bingen, $750

MURDOCK: 2 bedroom, 1

bath, acreage, no out buildings.

No smoking/pets.

$750/month, first/last/deposit.

509-637-0264.

382 Mobile Home

Spaces

FOLEY LAKES mobile

home space available.

Call 541-980-4995.

395 Room Rentals

HOOD RIVER. Room with

a view, furnished, includes

utilities, laundry & kitchen

privileges, $475/mo. +

$250 deposit, other rooms

avail. 541-386-5905.

HOOD RIVER. House on

Columbia River w/room to

rent. Ba., kitchen privileges,

family setting. Avail.

5/1. $400, 541-513-1152

THE DALLES: furnished

rooms, double $450 or

$500 for two + $250 deposit.

Centrally located, includes

all utilities + WIFI.

Call 509-281-1048.

410 Storage Space

SHED SPACE FOR RENT IN

PARKDALE.

Room for 2 RVs, $100 for

half, $200 for whole.

541-490-7591

REAL ESTATE

Acreage & Lots............420

Commercial/Investment

Property 425

Orchards, Farms, Ranches

430

Real Estate/OR............435

Real Estate/WA ...........437

Real Estate Wanted.....440

Manufactured Homes/OR

445

Manufactured Homes/WA

447

Condos/OR..................450

Condos/WA..................452

WHAT

HAPPENS

420 Acreage

& Lots

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 1-

800-669-9777. The toll-free

telephone number for the

hearing impaired is 1-800-

927-9275.

425 Commercial

Investment Prop.

COMMERCIAL

BUILDING WITH

APARTMENTS

White Salmon, 2000 sf

street level store front;

2000 sf basement with alley

access; two, 700 sf 1

bedroom executive apartments

with views.

$750K

509-493-1333

No Realtors

435 Real

Estate/OR

B&B/multi-family. Remodeled

5 Bdrm, 3 Ba, 1939

Craftsman. 2772 Sq Ft, living,

family, dining, utility/office,

fireplace, oak/tiled

floors, AC/Gas, 2 Patios,

fenced yard. Near schools,

parks & downtown.

$286,000. 541-300-0853.

columbiagorgefsbo.com

DUFUR: for sale by owner;

built in 1860 with early

1930s add-ons; water,

sewer, utilities; prime corner

lot @ 110 NE 5th and

Main in Dufur, OR; $68,000

or make offer; 541-467-

2647.

HOOD RIVER

On the heights,

3 bdrm.,1 ba. ranch

style w/garage.

Large, mature, beautiful

landscaped private yard

w/nice view of

Mt. Adams. Automated

underground sprinkler

system.

Quiet neighborhood.

$259,000. 541-490-6452

THE DALLES: older, twolevel

3.5 bedroom, large

sunroom, 1.5 bath, large

backyard, off-street parking,

$115K, 541-296-5817.

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16 —April 17, 2013 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

Battle brewing in SCAC sprints, Cameron wins races

against teammate Messenger and River View’s Johnson

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN

REPORTER

A great battle is brewing in

the 100 meters in the SCAC

and two of the prime combatants

are Timberwolves, Isaac

Messenger and Briley

Cameron. Both Goldendale

sprinters have posted times of

11.5 seconds in the race this

year and only Jared Johnson,

of River View has been better

with an 11.49.

The 100 meters is the glamour

event of track in some

quarters. When they talk

about the fastest humans,

they aren’t talking about milers

or any distance other than

the 100. The short distance

makes for close races and the

Goldendale pair have flashed

a couple of photo finishes

lately. Toss in Daniel French,

who ran his first sub-12 second

race last week in Goldendale,

and the Timberwolves

are creating some excitement

in the sprints.

French, a sophomore ran

an 11.57 in Goldendale, which

put him in third place. The

winner was Cameron, who

edged Messenger for the first

time this year with an 11.51 to

Messenger’s 11.52. It was the

third time this year that the

two went head-to-head. Messenger

won on March 16 with

his 11.5 to Cameron’s 11.68. It

was a closer race on March 23

with Messenger winning

again 11.6 to 11.62. Cameron

Gorge league track and field

stars dominate area meets

during the past week

FASTPITCH from Page 9

Things are beginning to

shake into place in the

Greater Columbia Gorge

League track and field with

all schools back in action

after spring break and several

athletes picking up where

they left off. Six in particular

stand out because of their

continued dominance of

their events and the fact they

are giving no sign of letting

up. Lyle-Wishram’s Gabe

Montoya, John Stephens and

Jacqueline Diendorfer were

strong at both of their meets,

while Peter Clinton continued

to improve in running

events for Bickleton and

Klickitat’s Lara Parsons and

Tim Lambert had strong performances.

Bickleton was in

action at Stanfield on Saturday,

Klickitat was at Arlington

on April 9 and in Stevenson

on Saturday, Lyle-

Wishram was also at Arlington

and competed in Stanfield,

and TLG was back at it

in Stevenson.

Montoya took first place

in the shot put at both meets.

His consistency in being

around the 45-foot mark puts

him well ahead of league

competition and ahead of

the State qualification standard.

Stephens won four

races, taking the 110 hurdles

and 300 hurdles at both

events, cementing his place

as the man to beat in hurdles.

Diendorfer had top five

finishes at both meets and is

the clear league leader when

it comes to the sprints.

Clinton won the pole vault

at Stanfield, tying his PR. He

set new PRs in the 400 meters,

where he placed third

and the 200 meters, where he

was fourth at Stanfield.

Parsons has been splitting

time with softball, but continues

to dominate the

javelin. She won at Stevenson

and took first at Arlington

with a throw of 112-7,

better than her third place

throw at State last year, but

well under her 121-1 PR.

Lambert finally cleared a

landmark at 6-feet to place

second at Arlington. He also

was second with a long jump

of 16-5.

There were other performances

of note. Chance Carpenter

won the 400 at Arlington

and Kenzie Schlangen,

another Vandal who is splitting

time with softball,

showed she is getting back

into gear with a 5-8 high

jump, good enough for second

place at Arlington.

Mitch Powers set a new PR

in the triple jump at Stanfield,

going 37-9, six inches

better than his mark at State

in 2012. Then there were the

running girls of TLG. They

continued their strong performances

with Val Vogt

winning the 1600 at Stevenson.

Caitlin Scott was second

in the 800 and Kate Underwood

was second in the 400

and third in the 100. They

also placed third in both the

4x200 and 4x400 relays.

Lyle-Wishram, Klickitat

and TLG will compete in the

Bruin Invitational at White

Salmon on Friday while

Bickleton is off to Kittitas to

take on some different faces.

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN

THROWER: Sofia Casimiro leads the Lady Timberwolf throwers.

She was second in the javelin and won the discus with a PR throw.

WOLVES from Page 9

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN

MARK TO BEAT: Brian Golding clears 9-feet in the pole vault at Goldendale. It is the third time this year

Golding has cleared 9-feet, which is his PR.

Kevin Smith was strong

through four innings before

the Wolves got four of their

five hits in the game in the

fifth inning, but it was one

short of extending the game.

Smith walked one batter and

struck out five for the win.

Tim Bartkowski pitched a

complete game for the win in

game two and put the game

out of reach with a three-run

home run in the fourth inning.

Bartkowski also scored

four runs for Goldendale and

he struck out the side in the

seventh inning, leaving the

bases loaded.

Chris Trunkey got things

going with a lead-off walk

and stolen base in the first inning.

He took third on a

throwing error by the catcher

and scored on an unusual

balk by Lightning pitcher,

Conner Andringa. Andringa

ran again last Friday in Royal

City at the Ron Vanderholm

invitational and turned in his

11.5 in a win over Johnson,

who ran an 11.54. Messenger

did not compete at Royal City.

The next likely meeting of

the four runners is at

Wahluke on April 26 where

Goldendale and River View

are among the schools entered.

Messenger and Johnson

are seniors. Messenger’s

personal record (PR) in the

100 meters is 11.3, which he

set in 2011. Johnson’s PR is

11.34, set last year. Cameron

is a junior with a PR set at

State last year, a wind assisted

11.26.

Last week’s meet in Goldendale

was a triple dual meet

with Cle Elum-Roslyn and

Granger competing. Goldendale

boys and girls won their

match-ups against the Warriors

and the Spartans.

Granger’s boys and girls got

the best of Cle Elum-Roslyn.

Winning on the girls side of

the meet for Goldendale were

Billie Jo Risheim, winner of

the 100 and 200 meters and

the 100 meter hurdles; Audrey

Dressel, winner of the 400,

and pole vault; Sofia

Casimiro, winner of the discus;

Katelyn McGraw, winner

of the high jump; and Tessa

Enwards, winner of the shot

put. There were a number of

PRs for the girls. Risheim set

a PR in the 200 at 28.57 and in

the 100 meter hurdles at 18.89

seconds. McGraw’s jump of 4-

4 tied her PR. Enwards’ toss of

26-7 was a PR, as was runnerup

Sierra Simmons’ 24-8 and

Ahn Nguyen’s 21-0. Casimiro

broke the 80-foot mark in the

discus for the first time since

2011 with a toss of 81-9.

Other winners for the

Goldendale boys were Brian

Golding in the 110 hurdles

and 300 meter hurdles, and

pole vault; Joseph Gast in the

discus and shot put; Raymond

Miller in the high jump

(a PR 5-9) and the long jump;

and Messenger in the triple

jump.

In addition to Cameron’s

big win in Royal City, he

placed second in the 200 meters

in a season best 23.52.

Perhaps the most impressive

performance by a Timberwolf

at Royal City would be

the double win by Golding,

who is just a freshman. He set

a PR in the 110 hurdles at 17.6

and won the 300 hurdles at

44.62.

Other top three places for

Goldendale at the meet were

Dressel, who won the pole

vault at 7-feet, Miller’s 5-6

high jump for third, and the

4x100 relay team of Miller,

French, Cameron and Jordan

Brokaw who were second

with a 47.11 and the 4x400

relay team of French,

Brokaw, Golding and

Demetrius McCoy who were

third in 3:48.81.

A number of significant

PRs were set in Royal City.

Will Bowdish knocked about

eight seconds off his time in

the 3200 for an 11:39.67 PR.

Gast threw the shot 37-1.5 and

Miller had a long jump PR of

18-8. Dressel set a PR in the

800 at 2:49.37, Drew Bowdish

had a PR 5:47.4 in the 1600,

John Yallup’s 12:37.64 was a

PR in the 3200 and he had a

PR in his first finish in the

1600.

Nguyen had PRs in the discus

and javelin and Simmons

had PRs in the 200 and long

jump. Josh Frost ran a PR 27.3

in the 200 and Nicholas Dix

had a PR 65.92 in the 400 meters.

was in his motion to the plate

when he caught a cleat and

held onto the ball. It happened

again later in the game,

but he released the ball this

time, missing the strike zone

by a wide margin.

J.C. Cline drew a two-out

walk in the fourth inning and

Trunkey singled. Bartkowski

lofted a solid drive into the

wind and well beyond the leftcenter

field fence, landing on

the track for a three-run

home run. La Salle had something

going in the fifth when

Matt Maki doubled to left

field, scoring Smith who had

reached on a walk. Frame,

who followed Smith with a

single, tried to score from

first base and was gunned

down on the throw from Cline

to catcher, Denney. The Lightning

went quietly in the sixth

and Goldendale scored an insurance

run with Bartkowski

leading off with a double and

Denney driving him home

with a single.

Goldendale was 3-3 in

league play prior to a tough

pair of games in Naches

against the perennial league

champion Rangers. The Timberwolves

are home again on

Saturday against Zillah.

La Salle 1 (10) 0 2 0 13-9-3

Goldendale 0 0 0 0 3 3-5-6

2B – Frame (L)

IP H ER W K

K. Smith (L) 5 – 5 - 1 - 1 - 5

Denney (G) 1 2/3 – 7 – 4 – 4 – 3

Cochran (G) 3 1/3 – 2 – 0 – 2 – 1

La Salle 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2-5-3

Goldendale 2 0 1 3 2 1 x 9-7-2

2B – Bartkowski (G), Smith (L), Maki (L)

HR – Bartkowski (G)

IP H ER W K

C. Andringa (L) 5 – 5 – 7 – 4 – 3

McVay (L) 1 – 2 - 1 – 1 – 1

Bartkowski (G) 7 – 5 – 1 – 5 - 9

from Goldendale when La

Salle put three runs across

in the seventh inning. Carly

Brown started it off with her

fourth hit of the game, a

double. Pitcher, Sydney Riel

drove Brown in with her

third hit and would score on

a fielder’s choice. The third

run of the inning came off a

wild pitch, but Counts closed

out the inning fielding a

ground ball and striking out

the final batter.

Ihrig ripped a double to

right field to start Goldendale’s

half of the seventh.

Counts hit a shot deep at

shortstop that was misplayed,

allowing Ihrig to

score and Counts made her

way to third. A fielder’s

choice allowed Counts to

score and failed to get Henderson

out at first. She stole

second and went home when

Twohy reached on an error

by the right fielder, who was

battling the wind. Sierra

Lamping came through with

the game winning hit for a

10-9 victory.

Goldendale completed the

sweep with a much easier 14-

4 win in game two. The Lady

Timberwolves came out

strong again, going ahead 10-

0 after two innings. La Salle

had another strong third inning,

but was shut down by

Counts over the next two innings.

Goldendale closed it

out in five innings with

three runs in the fifth.

Goldendale improved

their league record to 4-0

with the wins. They took on

Naches Valley in Naches on

Tuesday. Saturday will be an

important double-header

against Zillah in Goldendale,

starting at 11 a.m.

Earlier last week, Goldendale

traveled to Klickitat for

a pair of non-league games

that went Goldendale’s way

4-0 and 10-8. Counts pitched a

strong game in the opener,

going the distance with no

walks while striking out

nine batters. Klickitat managed

just three hits, Keandra

Kessinger went 2-3 and

Chelsea Curtis was 1-3. Henderson

blasted a double and

a triple in the first game and

Allison Hutchins and Ihrig

each doubled.

Lamping and Curtis battled

wildness in the second

game with Lamping walking

11 batters and Curtis giving

out 10 free passes. Each girl

also found the strike zone

with five strike outs for

Lamping and seven for Curtis.

The Vandals rallied from

a 10-2 deficit to make the

game close. They scored two

runs in the sixth and four

more in the seventh before

Lamping put the game away.

Henderson drove in five

runs and had two more doubles

while going 3-3. Counts

was 2-3 at the plate, scoring

three runs. For Klickitat,

Kenzie Schlangen was 1-3

with three runs scored and

Juliana Quinton was 2-3 at

the plate. Klickitat is 1-6 on

the year and Goldendale improved

to 4-2 in non-league

games.

La Salle 0 0 3 0 2 1 3 9-10-5

Goldendale 3 1 0 0 1 1 4 10- 6-4

2B – Ihrig (G), Brown (L)

IP H R W K

Riel (L) 6+ - 6 – 10 – 2 – 5

Counts (G) 7 – 10 – 9 – 2 – 7

La Salle 0 0 4 0 0 4-5-3

Goldendale 7 3 1 0 3 14-5-3

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN

MAKING THINGS HAPPEN: Chris Trunkey is safe at third against

La Salle. Trunkey scored on the play when the throw got by the third

baseman.

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN

FAST START: Crysta Counts scores on a passed ball in the first inning

as the Lady Timberwolves took an early lead. Covering for La Salle is

pitcher Sydney Riel.

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The Fishing Lure

Fish count at the dams

Bonneville The Dalles John Day

Chnk Stlhd Chnk Stlhd Chnk Stlhd

177

153

120

173

105

80

107

52

45

39

27

22

21

16

29

46

106

48

37

59

60

15

24

41

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40

48

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High School Scoreboard

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Baseball

Lyle-Wishram vs Sunnyside Chr. - ppd

La Salle 13 Goldendale 3

Goldendale 9 La Salle 2

Fastpitch Softball

Goldendale 4 Klickitat 0

Goldendale 10 Klickitat 8

Goldendale 10 La Salle 9

Goldendale 14 La Salle 4

Golf

Boys team

Goldendale 358, Warden 394, Highland 500

Goldendale 383, Royal 416, Zillah 431

Tennis

Boys

Naches Valley 4 Goldendale 1

Girls

Naches Valley 4 Goldendale 1

Goldendale vs Granger/Ki-Be - ppd wind

This week’s games

Baseball

Zillah at Goldendale (2) - 11 a.m.

Goldendale at Zillah JV only - 3 p.m.

Granger at Lyle-Wishram (2) - 3 p.m.

Softball

Liberty Christian at Lyle-Wishram (2) - 3 p.m.

Zillah at Goldendale (2) - 11 a.m.

Mabton at Klickitat (2) - 3:30 p.m.

Golf

Goldendale at Yakima, girls only - 10 a.m.

Goldendale at Hermiston, boys only - 10 a.m.

Tennis

Goldendale at Cle-Elum-Roslyn - 10 a.m.

Track and Field

Middle School meet in Goldendale - 3:30 p.m.

Lyle-Wishram/TLG/Klickitat

at Bruin Invite, White Salmon - 3:30 p.m.

Bickleton at Kittitas - 3:30 p.m.

Bickleton at Prosser Rotary meet - 10:30 a.m.

Goldendale at Zillah league meet - 3:30 p.m.

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