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Despite the recent outbreak

of EHV-1 in the horse

industry, it has been decided

after three weeks of limited

horse movement that the

Alder Creek Pioneer Association

Picnic and Rodeo will

be held this coming weekend

as usual.

According to a statement

from the association, while

its members understand the

concern among horse owners,

it is believed that with

proper distance kept between

horses and responsible horse

care, it will be safe for contestants

to bring their horses to

the rodeo since the grounds

are expansive and horses can

be kept separated. Additionally,

it appears from all reports

that the EHV-1 outbreak

has been smaller than

initially feared. (See story on

Equine Herpes outbreak becoming

contained on this

page.)

So this Friday, the 101st

Annual Alder Creek Pioneer

Association Picnic and

State ag

exports

reach

new high

Exports of Washingtongrown

products have reached

a new high, the state Department

of Agriculture reports.

From October 1 last year to

March 31 this year, the value

of Washington-origin farm

and seafood products has set a

record pace.

Washington food exports

were worth $1.91 billion in the

last quarter of 2010, a figure

matched in the first quarter

of 2011. Each quarter represents

a new record, beating

the previous record of $1.89

billion set in the third quarter

of 2008.

“We have worked incredibly

hard to promote Washington

products and increase our

exports—most recently with

a 10-day trade mission to

China and Vietnam—and our

efforts are paying off,” Gov.

Chris Gregoire said. “I commend

our Washington state

growers, who have rightly

earned the reputation of producing

the finest quality

products in the world. Their

tireless work to market our

products overseas will help

spur economic development

and job growth here at home.”

Food export sales to China

and Hong Kong grew to $247

million during the recent October

to March period, up 29

percent from $191 million

during the same period in

2009/10.

Gov. Gregoire has charged

the Washington State Department

of Agriculture (WSDA)

with expanding exports of

farm products as a component

of her Washington Export

Initiative. WSDA has set

a goal to assist an additional

1,000 food and agriculture

companies and to make $300

million in export sales by

2015.

Numerous factors contributed

to the recent success:

leading Washington commodities

had large harvests

See Exports, Page A2

THE 2011 GRADS SECTION IS HERE!

Goldendale, Washington WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 2011 Vol. 132 No. 23 75 cents

KPUD says planned power outage coming for parts of the county

The Klickitat County PUD

(KPUD) is planning a power

outage that will directly affect

5,000 local residents. Customers

in Goldendale, Bickleton,

Klickitat and

Wishram, and surrounding

areas such as: Cleveland,

Rodeo still

on as horse

virus worry

eases

Goodnoe Hills, Pleasant Valley,

Box Canyon, Satus Pass,

Orchard Heights, Firwood,

Rimrock, Ponderosa Park,

Blockhouse, Centerville, and

Wahkiacus will be affected.

The reason for the

planned outage is that the

FILE PHOTO

UP IN THE AIR: Andy Elliott is flung off his mount at last year’s Alder Creek Pioneer Association Picnic and Rodeo. The year’s picnic and

rodeo is this weekend.

Rodeo will kick off with the

opening of the Bickleton

Carousel Museum at 4 p.m.

and camping among the tall

pine trees in Cleveland Park,

four miles west of Bickleton.

This will be followed by a

weekend full of popular

events starting at 10 a.m. on

Saturday, with the traditional

morning program honoring

the association president

and a 1 p.m. NPRA Rodeo

Performance.

Saturday evening guests

are invited to dance under

the stars on the new dance

floor to the music of Powerline.

On Sunday morning there

is an open-air church service

at 9:30 a.m., and the event

concludes with a final NPRA

rodeo performance starting

at 1 p.m. There is also a slack

performance at 8 a.m. on

Sunday morning.

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN

LOSING TRACTION: Michelle Bradley, formerly of Goldendale, gets all she can on a 1955 Oliver Super 88 through a 117.7 foot pull during

Sunday action.

Tractor pull draws big variety of pulls

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN

REPORTER

The ninth running of the

Goldendale Tractor and

Truck Pull was held north of

town on Memorial Day

weekend with a good variety

of pulls from adult and

youth divisions.

Fred Suhr and Glen Carrigan

posted wins in two divisions

on the Saturday pull.

Suhr drove his 1954 John

Deere 40 105.5 feet in the

3,000 pound division and a

1945 Allis-Chalmers 138.9

feet in the 4,000 pound division

for his wins. Carrigan’s

two victories came in the

4,500-pound division with a

pull of 134.7 on a 1937 John

Bonneville Power Administration

(BPA) will be performing

maintenance at

their substation. The outage

will be on Saturday, June 18,

at 11:30 p.m. and will last

until Sunday, June 19, at 8:30

a.m.

Deere and 144.8 feet in the

5,000-pound division, also on

a 1937 John Deere tractor.

The longest pull of the day

went to Jim Scott in the

6,000-pound division with a

distance of 145.2 feet on a

1950 Farmall M.

Mark Valentine of Othello

was the big winner on

Sunday with victories in the

3,500, 4,000 and 4,500 divisions.

All three wins came

on a 1947 Allis-Chalmers

WC. His pull lengths were

136.7 feet, 153 feet, and 131.8

feet for the respective divisions.

A number of youth also

competed on lawn tractors

with Jake Randall winning

the diesel division on both

“BPA has requested an

outage for maintenance, and

the PUD will do maintenance

at the same time, which will

help prevent another outage

in the future,” Jeff Thayer,

KPUD operations manager,

said. “The only way to work

days with pulls of 74.4 feet

and 71.3 feet. Conner Campbell

won the gas division on

Saturday with a pull of 65.5

feet.

Adult drivers who won in

the lawn tractor division

were Suhr and Fred Bostick.

Also running were ATVs

and pick-ups. Doug Frantunme

used a Polaris X2 for a 99

foot pull on Saturday and

Dale Ransom went 80.1 on a

Kymco UXV500. Jessica

Carr pulled 119.8 feet on Saturday

in a 1968 Chevy twowheel

drive pick-up and

John Carr went 113.7 feet on

Sunday. Chris Twohy had

one of only two full pulls

with a 1983 Ford four-wheel

drive pick-up on Sunday.

on the structure is to de-energize

the whole station. We try

not to do it often, but we do

have to work on them. I tried

to pick a night where there’s

no activity. Hopefully it doesn’t

interfere with anything

too terribly.”

The event was conducted

by the Goldendale Guys and

Gals Tractor pull, a division

of the Goldendale Motor

Sports Association. Other

winners were: Saturday –

2,000 pounds, Terry Schmid,

2000 Iseki; 3,500 pounds,

Larry A. Payne, 1959 John

Deere 430; 5,500 pounds, Joe

Scott, 1947 Farmall M; Misc.,

Jim Leahy, 1957 John Deere

720. Sunday – 3,000 pounds,

Fred Suhr, 1954 John Deere

40; 5,000 pounds, Jim Scott,

1956 Minneapolis Moline

445; 5,500 pounds, Joe Scott,

1947 Far mall M; 6,000

pounds, Fred Suhr, Massey-

Ferguson 65; Misc., Jim

Leahy, 1957 John Deere 720.

The Klickitat PUD will be

mailing letters to affected

customers regarding the outage.

The utility also emphasizes

the importance of alerting

customers dependent on

oxygen.

Equine

Herpes

outbreak

contained

Shortly after advising

horse owners to protect

their animals against West

Nile Virus, the Washington

state veterinarian says

state horse owners have

better news when it comes

to Equine Herpes.

It appears the recent outbreak

of the neurological

form of Equine Herpes

Virus 1 (nEHV-1) has been

contained, according to

word from the state Department

of Agriculture. Concern

about this potentially

fatal disease of horses

spread like wildfire

throughout the state just

last month, causing many

organizers to cancel longplanned

horseshows,

rodeos, trail rides and parades.

The state veterinarian,

Dr. Leonard Eldridge, believes

that sufficient time

has elapsed for signs of

EHV-1 to appear in horses

exposed at the National

Cutting Horse Association

Western National Championships

in Ogden, Utah, as

well as their stable and pasture

mates. Eldridge is recommending

that any horse

that has not tested positive,

exhibited symptoms or

been exposed to a confirmed

positive horse be

cleared for travel.

“I continue to recommend

that horses that are

confir med positive for

nEHV-1 or were exposed to

a positive case be isolated

for 28 days after all symp-

See Equine, Page A2

Wheat

Stripe Rust

widespread

across NW

As of the last week of

May, Wheat Stripe Rust is

widespread in 14 states, including

Washington, Oregon,

and Idaho. Barley

Stripe Rust has been reported

in California and western

Washington. Weather

conditions in the next two

weeks will continue to be

conducive for Stripe Rust

development. Environmental

conditions, especially

weather, influence Stripe

Rust infection and severity.

Stripe Rust is active under

cool to moderate temperatures

and moisture is required

for infection to

occur. The recent weather

conditions have been very

conducive for Stripe Rust

infection and disease development.

Rust diseases are one of

the most economically-important

diseases of cereal

crops. Fungi responsible for

rust diseases are able to

multiply very rapidly

under the right environmental

conditions and can

mutate to overcome resistance

capabilities of their

wheat or barley hosts. Crop

losses depend on the severity

of the infestation and the

timing of the outbreak with

respect to the crop’s growth

stage. The most severe impacts

result from outbreaks

that occur before the head-

See Rust, Page A2


A2 — JUNE 8, 2011 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

CONTRIBUTED

13+ MILESYARD SALES: High Prairie’s barn full of bargains will be open again for the annual 13+

Miles of Yard Sales event this weekend, June 11 and 12. This is the ninth year for the 13+ Miles of

Yard Sales event, which links multiple yard sales in several towns on the same weekend. Profits

from High Prairie’s Firehouse Sale, held last month, and proceeds from the yard sale go to support

local Fire District #14 and the High Prairie Community Council. The sale site is about seven

and a half miles up Centerville Highway from Lyle. For information about all of the sites listed for

the 13+ Miles of Yard Sales, contact the Mt. Adams Chamber of Commerce at 493-3630, or the

Greater Goldendale Area Chamber of Commerce at 773-3400.

RUST from Page A1

ing stage.

The Klickitat County Extension office says

it’s not too late to spray grain fields with a

fungicide to protect crops and reduce rust

damage in neighboring fields and throughout

the Pacific Northwest. In some sprayed fields,

Stripe Rust has started to re-appear in upper

leaves because new infection occurred after

the sprayed fungicide passed its effective action

period. Since this is a very long rust season,

a second spray may be necessary. Most

treatments can only be applied prior to heading.

Winter wheat fields should be checked immediately

if they have not been sprayed already,

the Extension office advises. If active

rust infection producing rust powder is observed

throughout a field, treatment with a

fungicide spray should be done as soon as possible.

For fields that have been sprayed already,

check fields again about three to four

weeks after spraying. If active infection is observed,

consider a second spray. Some areas

EQUINE from Page A1

toms have cleared up,” said

Eldridge. “While the animal

may appear to have recovered,

it can still transmit this

highly contagious disease to

another horse.”

Horse owners may lift the

quarantine on positive or exposed

animals 21 days after

the end of symptoms if they

receive laboratory confirmation

that the animal is no

longer contagious.

The state veterinarian’s office

continues to recommend

that event organizers request

temperature checks of horses

before and during events.

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Eight horses tested positive

for the disease in Washington,

four of which attended

the Ogden show. None

died from the virus, although

one horse was put down for

an unrelated health condition.

“The prompt actions of

horse owners across the state

limited the transmission of

disease,” said Eldridge.

“There is a lot of disappointment

about cancelled

events—that’s certainly understandable—but

it’s a

small price to pay to keep our

animals safe from this poten-

Hear’s The Answer is

now offering office hours

each Friday for clients to

receive free hearing aid

tests and service in

Goldendale at 129 E.

Main St., located in the

General Store.

Hear’s The Answer

129 E. Main St. Goldendale

(Inside the General Store)

Friday Hours: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

may require a third treatment, but read labels

for restriction on crop stages. For spring

crops, check fields for rust when they are assessed

for the need for herbicides. If rust is

found, apply a fungicide with or without a

herbicide as indicated. For both winter and

spring crops, use a full spray rate because reduced

rates are generally not very effective.

Additional information about Stripe Rust,

including identification and treatment recommendations,

can be found at the WSU-

Klickitat County web site at

www.klickitat.wsu.edu. Producers with questions

are encouraged to contact USDA-ARS

Research Plant Pathologist Xianming Chen at

(509) 335-8086 or xianming@wsu.edu or WSU

Spokane/Lincoln County Area Extension

Agronomist Diana Roberts at (509) 477-2167 or

robertsd@wsu.edu. More information about

rust will also be presented at the Annual WSU

Variety Plot Trials in Bickleton on June 17 beginning

at noon at the trial plots on Crider

Valley Rd. in Bickleton. For more information

about this tour, contact WSU-Klickitat

County Extension at 773-5817 or klickitat@wsu.edu.

tially deadly virus. I want to

thank all horse owners and

the veterinary community

for helping keep disease exposure

to a minimum.”

Symptoms in horses can

include fever, sneezing, slobbering

and other mild symptoms.

Serious cases of the

disease are rare, but can include

staggering, hind-end

paralysis and even death of

the horse.

The disease is spread from

horse to horse through direct

contact, on feed, tack and

equipment. While people are

not made sick by the virus,

they can carry the virus on

their clothes or hands. Horse

owners should carefully

wash their hands and equip-

Congressional

candidate Clough to

visit Klickitat County

Klickitat Democrats are hosting a party building day featuring

Congressional candidate Jay Clough, who is challenging

‘Doc’ Hastings for his seat in 2012. Events are

planned on both ends of the County on June 18.

A workshop with State Democratic Party Vice Chair Valerie

Rongey is scheduled at the Goldendale Library from 1

p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Register by contacting Lorrie DeKay at (509)

637-2737. Also at the library will be an ice cream social from

2 p.m. to 3:30 pm in the amphitheater area of the library,

where the public can meet Cough and other party leaders.

A Klickitat Democrats BBQ and fundraiser will be held

from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Husum Roadside BBQ on SR 141

in Husum. Tickets are $15, available in advance from Klickitat

Democratic Party officers and at the ice cream social.

EXPORTS from Page A1

in 2010, while the low value

of the dollar made U.S. farm

commodities more competitive

in the marketplace.

Global demand for Washington

products remains

strong.

“Because our growers

produce the highest quality

foods at competitive prices,

they continue to win new

customers the world over,”

said WSDA Director Dan

Newhouse. “Washington’s

agriculture economy has

long depended on international

customers for a considerable

share of revenues,

so the return of record export

sales is great news.

With our strategic location,

ideal growing conditions

and ingenuity of our entrepreneurs,

we’re poised to

pursue our numerous advantages.”

From October 1 to March

31, the leading export destinations

for Washington

agriculture products, dol-

ment to prevent the spread of

the virus.

Horse owners considering

vaccinating their animals

should consult with their private

veterinarians.

More statistics about the

Washington outbreak, guidance

from the state veterinarian’s

office, and information

on the disease can be

found at www.agr.wa.gov and

http://www.aaep.org/ehv.ht

m. Additional suspected or

confirmed cases of nEHV-1

should be reported to the

State Veterinarian’s Office at

(360) 902-1878.

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lar value of those exports

and top three export commodities

were:

• Japan – $794 million,

(wheat, hay, potatoes)

• Canada – $592 million,

(seafood, apples, vegetables)

• China/Hong Kong – $247

million, (seafood, potatoes,

apples)

• Philippines – $211 million,

(wheat, dairy, potatoes)

• Taiwan – $187 million,

(wheat, apples, potatoes)

• Mexico – $152 million,

(apples, dairy, potatoes)

• Indonesia – $150 million,

(wheat, apples, dairy)

• Korea – $140 million,

(hay, potatoes, animal products)

The WSDA International

Marketing Program helps

small and medium-sized

businesses launch new export

sales by introducing

Washington sellers to foreign

buyers through inter-

Local Sales Outlet

national trade missions and

trade shows, providing export

training and counseling,

and assisting exporters

to resolve trade barriers and

market impediments.

In 2011, WSDA will use

federal grants to develop

new export opportunities by

hosting in-bound foreign

trade missions from China,

the Middle East and Taiwan,

and to fund outbound agriculture

trade missions to

Mexico, South East Asia and

India.

The WSDA International

Marketing Program helped

exporters sell $96 million of

food and agricultural products

in fiscal year 2010. The

program continues to pay

for itself, with $3.86 in additional

tax revenues due to

economic development for

every taxpayer dollar invested

in the program.

For more information

about WSDA’s export assistance

programs, visit

www.agr.wa.gov/marketing.

THIS WEEK’S MOST WANTED: Goldendale Police are looking

for Dominic Wahchumwah. Wahchumwah, 29, is wanted for

probation violation on a malicious mischief charge.

Wahchumwah is 5-10 with brown eyes and black hair.

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investigation

The cause of death of a

Bingen man who died while

in the Klickitat County jail is

being investigated, according

to the Klickitat County Prosecuting

Attorney’s office.

Larry Dale Mendonca, 52,

of Bingen was being held in

the county jail on two counts

of second-degree child rape

and two counts of second-degree

child molestation. According

to reports, he was

found dead in his cell on May

2.

Cause of death has not

been determined yet, pending

results of a toxicology report.

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GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON JUNE 8, 2011 — A3

OBITUARIES

Our beloved Lester Paul

Horst, 82, passed away in the

loving arms of his wife, Bonnie

Jean, June 2, 2011, in

Goldendale.

Les was born to Rufus and

Susie Horst in

Kansas City Kan.,

Oct. 29, 1928. He

graduated from

Hesston College,

Newton, Kan., and

married Esther.

They lived on a

dairy farm where

he milked cows

until becoming a

printer in Kansas

City. He took the

Calling and moved Esther

and their five children (Cranson,

Selinda, Delton, Byron

and Wendell) to Gulfport,

Miss., where he pastored a

Mennonite Church, and

worked in carpentry to help

supplement his family's income.

Les loved woodworking

and gardening. He loved

roses. He retired from his

business, "Renovations By

Les," and began enjoying

time with family and friends,

traveling and touching the

lives of people from New

Zealand to New York, and beyond.

Friends and family recall

his laughs and hugs, funny

sayings, love of life, greetings

and genuine caring. Les was

known for wearing his red

slippers out on the town,

where friends kidded him

Destiny

Theatres

Friday - Tuesday, June 10 - June 14.

Subject to change. Check times daily.

Columbia Cinemas

2727 W. 7th St., The Dalles - 296-8081

Kyle Chandler, Elle Fanning

SUPER 8 (PG-13)

Friday - Tuesday 1:20 4:00 6:45 9:20

KUNG FU PANDA 2 (PG)

Friday - Monday 1:00 6:20

Tuesday 6:20

James McAvoy, Kevin Bacon

X-MEN: FIRST CLASS (PG-13)

Friday - Tuesday 1:10 3:45 6:30 9:10

Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN

ON STRANGER TIDES (PG-13)

Friday - Tuesday 3:00 8:30

HANGOVER II (R-17)

Friday - Monday 1:30 4:15 7:00 9:30

Tuesday 4:15 7:00 9:30

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Lester Horst

Viva Musgrove

HOMETOWN

about being Pa Kettle or Papa

Smurf. His children remember

his love of peanut butter

and dill pickle sandwiches,

Sunday afternoons fishing on

Schobacher's Pond, and dedication

to his crafts.

Les enjoyed

tractor pulls, fairs,

rodeos and festivals

of all sorts.

Les and Bonnie

Jean attended Norwescon,

a sci-fi

and fantasy convention

in Seattle,

for 10 years. Other

events, like the

Sandhill Crane

Festival in Othello, as well as

many picnics and get-togethers

with friends, were a

major part of Les' life.

He sang in Goldendale's

Methodist Church choir and

participated in the Goldendale

Christmas Cantata. He

also wrote poetry and helped

at a Goldendale community

garden.

Les is survived by his first

wife, Esther of Gulfport; and

second wife, Bonnie Jean of

Goldendale; his five children,

and numerous grandchildren

and great-grandchildren.

A celebration of his life

will be in Goldendale, 4 p.m.,

June 12, at the United

Methodist Church, and a 5

p.m. potluck at The Simcoe

Cafe.

"I love you, Lord, my

strength." Psalm 18:1

Paid obituary

A funeral service for Viva Musgrove will be held at 11 a.m.

on Wednesday, June 8 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday

Saints in Goldendale.

A complete obituary will appear in next week's Sentinel.

Three-on-three tournament to be

held during Community Days

If the NBA finals are any

inspiration, it is time to get

your basketball game on so

you can compete in the upcoming

three-on-three tournament

to be held during

Community Days in Golden-

Jam sessions

on Main St.

Jam sessions start

June 19, 7 p.m. in front of

Dr. Ogden’s office, Main

St., Goldendale.

dale.

Community Days is the

second weekend in July. The

tournament will run from

July 9 through July 10. Contact

Mike Plum at 772-2639 or

pick up a flier at the Greater

Goldendale Area Chamber of

Commerce for more information.

Frank Kelly Zielke, 51,

died May 23, 2011 at his

home in Wishram, where he

resided most of

his life.

He was born

Oct. 29, 1959, in

Goldendale, to

Robert and

Mable Zielke.

Frank was

known in

Wishram as a

J a c k - o f - a l l -

trades, who

would come day

or night.

He is survived by Rose

Calvin, Vancouver; Joe

Speelman, Lincoln City;

Johnny Zielke, The Dalles;

Roger Farmer

died May 30, 2011

at his home in

Goldendale.

He was born

to Richard and

Edith Far mer

Oct. 5, 1938 in

Spokane.

He is survived

by his wife Pat

and loyal dogs

Thank you

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Frank Zielke

Roger Farmer

Mary Burres, Wishram;

Walter Zielke, Wishram

Heights; Lynn Zielke, Milwaulkie;

Leonita

Boggess, Dallesport;

and many

nieces and

nephews.

Frank was

preceded in

death by his parents,

of

Wishram; and

brother Mike, of

California.

Services will

be Sunday June 12, at 1 p.m.

at the Wishram School.

Contributions can be

made to the Wishram

School.

LOOKING BACK

Klickitat County

Cattlemen & Cattlewomen

Friends & Family

for making our 2011

Cattlemen of the Year

field day a huge success!

Leroy & Margaret

Mike & Brenda

Sorensen

Corkey and

Sammy.

He enjoyed family

and friends

coming for visits.

There will be a

memorial potluck

picnic at the family

home. All are

invited on June 18

at 1 p.m.

20 Years Ago- June 13, 1991

• Got your share of the reward money yet? What reward?

For turning in a squaw fish, that’s what! Last summer,

sport anglers went fishing for the squaw fish on the

Columbia River and made some money doing it. This year,

the bounty is $3 per fish over 11 inches, and a bunch of anglers

are making a chunk of money.

40 Years Ago- June 10, 1971

• Bridge users are finding the toll over The Dalles

Bridge has been raised from 50 cents to 75 cents for the

passenger cars. The Sam Hill Memorial Bridge remains at

$1 toll.

• Authorization was given to the City Supervisor Russ

Woodward to hire two students full time employment to

assist with the installation of water meters, a project that

reportedly is somewhat behind schedule.

60 Years Ago- June 7, 1951

• Residents in the Pleasant Valley area will soon be

using a modern dial telephone system. Work on the new

line has been underway for several days by a crew of Oregon-Washington

Telephone Co. linemen and Pleasant Valley

farmers. “We have experienced some very tough digging

of the holes with approximately 90 percent of them

in rock, however, we are making very good progress,’ stated

Murray Dodson, construction foreman.

Complied by Jean Allyn Smeltzer,

of the Klickitat County Historical Society.

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Evenings by

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Honey came to us as a

stray. We have no history

on her. She appears to be

about 1-2 years old. She is

good with most of the other

dogs. She would do best in

a home with older kids and

a fenced yard. We don't

know if she is housebroken

or how she is with cats. She

is tiny so most cats would

out weigh her anyway. She

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and be loved on. Her adoption

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VOLUNTEERS

ALWAYS WELCOME

CONTRIBUTED

PINNED: Cody Hill receives commissioning as a Second Lieutenant

in the U.S. Army in Aviation. Hill is the grandson of WWII Company

Commander, Harold Hill, of Goldendale.

Hill receives commissioning,

grandfather pins the bars

Cody A. Hill has been commissioned as a Second

Lieutenant in the U.S. Army in aviation. He graduated

from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Academy, Daytona

Beach, May 15, 2011 with a Bachelor of Science

Degree in Aeronautical Science. He will attend flight

training and the Basic Officers Leader Course at Fort

Rucker, Alabama.

Capt. Harold W. Hill, retired, Cody’s grandfather,

pinned the bars at the commissioning ceremony. Mr.

Hill served as Company Commander of G-395 in Europe

during World War II.

Cody is the son of Randy and Kelly Jo Hill, of Sequim.

CONTRIBUTED

YOUTH MOVEMENT: The Guys and Gals Tractor Pull association is actively

seeking younger members to get turned on to their sport. There are divisions

for the very young, as above, and members are often willing to share

tractors with teens and young adults who want to get started.

101st

Annual

Alder Creek Pioneer

Association

PICNIC & RODEO

JUNE 10 - 12, 2011

Schedule of Events

Friday, June 10

4pm ~ Historical Carousel Opens

Saturday, June 11

7 am ~ ACPA Concessions Open

10 am ~ Morning Program

1 pm ~ NPRA Rodeo

4 pm ~ Goldendale Grange

Homemade Pie & Ice Cream

8 pm ~ Annual Dance. Live Music,

Admission $6 per person

Sunday, June 12

7 am ~ ACPA Concessions Open

8 am ~ NPRA Slack Performance

9:30 am ~ Open Air Church Service

1 pm ~ NPRA Rodeo

4 pm ~ Goldendale Grange

Homemade Pie & Ice Cream

Rodeo Admission

Over 12 years - $8

Ages 6 - 12 - $4

Under 6 - Free

Happening in

Cleveland Park

4 miles west of

Bickleton, WA

Meet ACPA 2011

Queen Jackie Miller

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A4 —JUNE 8, 2011 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

LOU MARZELES, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER

KAREN HENSLEE, GENERAL MANAGER

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN, REPORTER/SPORTS

REBECCA GOURLEY, REPORTER

Where did Washington

lawmakers go to school?

Normally seniors in high school are nervous about the whole college

transition. This year high school seniors have much more to

worry about. Governor Christine Gregoire has recently signed a

bill allowing all public in-state colleges to set their own tuition

prices. She’s signing this right after the state has cut the funding for

all of Washington’s public in-state colleges dramatically. On top of

that, she says that there will be new funding for middle-class students

to help counteract the increased expenses. What’s the point?

And is she even being truthful about the extra help?

Making college more expensive is illogical,

and all it will do is convince more students to

attend college out-of-state when they compare

tuitions in-state with out of state. Out-of-state

college students probably won’t even consider

Washington’s public universities when Washington’s

expensive college education reputation

worsens. So why make the changes? Why

not lower the costs and cut the funding? Why not make it cheaper

for everyone to attend college? That’s where the money’s at. Washington’s

economy would boom if the state would allow its residents

cheaper access to education. Why step in the way and make it

tougher on our economy?

The only reason I’m going to a public in-state college is to save

money. The college I really wanted to go to was a private out-of-state

college on the California coast—clearly a more expensive option.

But if the costs of public colleges are increasingly more comparable

to my dream school, why waste my money on my fallback option?

Private universities offer better education and amenities, so

why stay? I hope other high school students take this expected jump

of tuition into consideration when they choose where to attend college.

There’s no reason why Washington should have to cut public university

spending. It marks the top of the list for better economics.

If Washington needs more money, it will come from the people who

make the most—the people who are educated. But then on top of

that, why go on and allow the public universities to change their tuition

rates? From the university’s standpoint, the budget cuts really

don’t matter—they can just jack up their prices and pass the effects

onto the students. Now it’s the students’ problem.

If that’s the way Washington State’s education system works,

why attend? Our state’s economics don’t even make sense. Did our

lawmakers attend a public in-state college?

Kelsey Walker is a graduating Goldendale High School senior

presently working at The Sentinel as part of the WorkSource program.

Law enforcement seeks

to make difference

I believe law enforcement employees

strive to make a difference

in our lives. Officer Don Dotson believes

it, too.

While driving a long-haul truck

many years ago, Dotson volunteered

as a weekend reserve police

officer. “I wanted to

do something with

my life that was

meaningful, not just

something to make a

buck,” he explained.

He recalled his

past and the pride extolled

him by his father.

“I was raised as an

Army brat,” he said.

“Dad raised us like we were young

soldiers. I liked that lifestyle: the

chain of command, the duty, the

honor, the responsibility.”

During a night shift as a reserve

officer—and before the days of cell

phones—Dotson helped a stranded

young woman. “She bawled when

she saw my uniform,” he said.

“She said, ‘Thank God you showed

up!’”

It was then he knew he’d found

his calling. And someone else appreciated

his service: his father.

“Dad served our country for 25

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years before being diagnosed with

Parkinson’s disease,” he said. “He

bought a police scanner and listened

to it—the second-best thing

to being there. He’d call me every

day and ask, ‘How’s my numberone

citizen?’ He thought it was

kind of cool that I

was working for the

community. Once

law enforcement’s

part of your life, it’s

hard to give it up. It

kept us close. My dad

and I were buddies.”

He’s served as a

police officer in a

public school for

more than 20 years.

His aim? To build relationships

with teens. “Some kids fear a person

with authority,” he said. “But

they shouldn’t. I’m approachable—a

human being who took an

oath to protect. But my job is also

to say no; a lot of kids don’t want to

hear that. You don’t hear about

most of us, because we serve the

community. We like kids. Sometimes

it’s risky, but it’s a chance

you have to take.”

To our law enforcement employees,

thank you for striving to make

a difference in our lives.

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LETTERS FROM THE COMMUNITY

What Social

Security trust

fund?

To the Editor:

There has been considerable talk

recently about the so-called Social

Security trust fund. There is no

trust fund—because the government

has been spending the excess

amount collected each year. Zero is

the amount in the fund. So it’s

about time the “special, brilliant”

leaders we have in Washington do

something about getting the whole

program fixed. Not a do-nothing fix,

but a real fix, and please don’t lie

about the fix. If they can’t do it, we

should run the whole bunch of

them out of office. I am sick and

tired of all the lies, deception, and

stupid things the “special, brilliant

leaders” keep doing.

Franklin’s electricity, Titanic’s launch

June 8: 1911—At launching of the Titanic, a White

Star employee states, “Not even God himself could sink

this ship.” God disagrees. 2032—Teenager goes 18 hours

without saying “That sucks.” Born: Frank Lloyd

Wright. Died: Omar Bongo. Upsy Daisy Day. Name Your

Poison Day.

June 9: 53—Nero marries Claudia Octavia. On their

ninth anniversary, Nero orders her head cut off. On

their 15th anniversary, Nero commits suicide. Moral:

do not marry on June 9. 1946—World’s current longest

reigning monarch, Bhumibol Adulyadej,

first becomes king of Thailand. 1954—In tele-

vised Army/McCarthy hearings, Joseph

Welch destroys Sen. “Tail Gunner” Joe Mc-

Carthy career by rhetorical questions: “Have

you no sense of decency, sir, at long last?

Have you left no sense of decency?” Born:

Uzi Hitman. Donald Duck Day.

June 10: 1752—During a lighting storm,

Benjamin Franklin “discovers” electricity. 1909—SS

Slavonia transmits the first SOS signal. 1944—15-yearold

Joe Nuxhall pitches for the Cincinnati Reds to become

the youngest player in the major leagues. He

plays after getting permission from his school principal

and later is sent down to the minors (no pun intended.)

Born: Frances Ethel Gumm AKA Judy Garland.

Senior Race Day (Isle of Man), Shavout.

June 11: 374—Monk Evagrius Ponticus cuts down

list of deadly sins to seven. Deleted were the sins sloppiness,

nose picking, and not living up to your potential.

1509—Catherine Aragon married to King Henry

VIII. 1742—Benjamin Franklin invents the Franklin

stove. 1920—Warren Gamaliel Harding nominated for

U.S. president by the GOP. When asked why, he replies,

This Week

in History

Tim O’Neill

Ron Kinsella

Goldendale

“To meet women!” Born: Joe Montana. Died: Marion

Mitchell Morrison a/k/a John Wayne.

June 12: 1988—England beaten by Ireland at soccer

during European Nations games. 1963—Three Alcatraz

prisoners escaped armed only with spoons. Thank

heavens they did not have sporks. 1989—Singer, vegetarian,

and PETA advocate Chrissie Hynde backs down

after threatened with injunction by McDonalds to stop

public criticism of their food. Born: Anne Frank. Died:

Don “Mr. Wizard” Herbert.

June 13: 1525—Priest Martin Luther forsakes

vow of chastity and weds Katharina

von Bora. 1917—German Gotha G Bombers

drops bombs on London, killing 162 and

wounding 432, making this the deadliest German

air raid in World War I. 1920—Post Office

gets tough and forbids parcel post mailing

of children. 1991—97-year-old Charles

Osborne ends 68-year constant hiccup attack

that resulted in over 435 million hiccups and 375 million

times saying “Excuse me.” Died: Fran Allison of

Kukla, Fran & Ollie. National Juggling Day.

June 14: 1789—The Right Rev. Elijah Craig makes

first whiskey from corn in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

1937—U. S. House of Representatives passes the Marihuana

Tax Act, which is opposed by the AMA as it

would be imposed on pharmacists, doctors and growers/manufacturers

of medical marijuana. 1966—The

Vatican abolishes the 409-year-old Librorum Prohibitorum,

commonly called the index of dirty books. Born:

The U. S. Army. Died: Benedict Arnold. Potty Training

Awareness Month, Watermelon Seed Spitting Week,

and Flag Day.

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GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON JUNE 8, 2011 — A5

Summer art, alpacas

to be featured at

Farmers Market

Everyone remembers when I wrote about seeing three

cougars in our back yard a year and a half ago. Well, we had a

little excitement again this past week, when a bobcat meandered

across our back yard, about 25 feet from the house. It

was dark gray with big ears with black trim and appeared to

have weighed about 20 pounds.

Goldendale Farmers’ Market had a good turnout on Saturday

for their first weekly market. Everyone appeared to have

no problem finding them at Ekone Park. We had to check it out

and there was a nice ambience to the area

with the shade, lawn and lots of parking.

Hear’s

Goldendale

Diana

Notestine

COMMUNITY

Coordinator Cindy Bluemel said for

June 11 the market will be hosting a summer

art activity, and there will be pizza

sold by the slice. Golden Pine Alpacas

will be bringing one of their animals for

everyone to see. In the near future Jeniece

Lancaster will be teaching classes

on care of plants, and at the end of July a

German Cooking Demonstration is planned.

The market still needs more vendors as well as free musical

or other entertainment. Call the Chamber for more information

at 773-3400.

The Goldendale Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for

their next event, Fiddlin’ Under the Stars Bluegrass Art and

Wine Festival. The event will take place Friday, June 24 from

noon to 10 p.m. and Saturday June 25 from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. at

Ekone Park. The entrance is located at the corner of Broadway

and Wilbur streets in Goldendale. Festival events include

live bluegrass music, art and crafts show, wine tasting and

silent auction, 3K, 5K fun walk/run, BBQ cook-off contest,

skate park demonstration, skate competition and poker run,

farmer's market and children's activities by our local Goldendale

Library. Gate admission is only $5 for both days and children

under 12 are free.

Camping is available at the event location. (Camping fees do

not include event admission). Tent camping is $5 per night;

RV/Trailer Camping is $10 per night. Camping is on a first

come first served basis (no reservations available). Parking

is free with paid admission! Booth registration forms are on

the Bluegrass Festival site: www.goldendalechamber.org/

bluegrass-festival/fiddlin-under-the-stars-vendors.

There still may be space for any interested vendors. For

more information, call Chamber board member Gina McCabe

at (509) 250-0679.

Chamber forum luncheons for the month of June will be

held at The Glass Onion Restaurant on Thursdays at noon.

This Thursday, June 9, will be guest speaker Darlene Johnson,

Klickitat County Assessor. The Glass Onion is situated in the

historic Erland House at 604 S. Columbus, which was built in

1903.

Darlene Johnson will also be the guest on one of this week’s

KLCK radio talk shows on Thursday, June 9 at 9 a.m. For next

Tuesday, June 14, KLCK’s guest will be our Goldendale Police

Chief, Rick Johnson. Scott Shannon and his True Oldies channel

is now gone from KLCK, but the station will remain the

oldies channel.

Congratulations graduates!

On June 10, at 6 p.m.

the eight members of the

class of 2011 will graduate

from Trout Lake

School. This in-

spiring event is

held in the school

gymnasium. We

wish for these

people who are

completing this

phase of their life

a successful and

untroubled future.

On June 11, the American

Cancer Society Relay for

Life Car Wash and Bake Sale

will be held in the parking

lot of the school and under

the portico on the front of

the school building. The

cars will be washed for donations,

no fixed price. The

bake sale always has excellent

offerings. The event

starts at 9 a.m. and runs

until 3 p.m. Come out, buy

some goodies, have your car

washed to rid it of winter

salt and contribute gener-

Glenwood residents roll up their

sleeves, prepare grounds for rodeo

Congratulations to Harvey Starr on his

success at the State High School Track Meet

in Cheney over May 27 and 28. Harvey placed

fifth in the pole vault competition with a 10

foot vault. Harvey was also one leg of the 4 x

400 meter relay race that earned a fifth place

finish. Harvey’s teammates on the 4 x 400

relay were Josh Clark, Alex King and Lucas

King. Way to go, Harvey!

All-school class reunions were held in

Glenwood on May 28. One group of 40 alumni

enjoyed a potluck lunch at the Glenwood

Grange. Bob and Wendy Lewis and

Dorothy Erickson, who had been in-

strumental in instigating the reunion,

traveled from Utah. Bob and

Dorothy, who graduated in 1954 and

1956 respectively – had not seen

many of the attendees since they

graduated. Roy Bolt, who graduated

in 1941, celebrated his 88th birthday

during the reunion as well.

Others traveled from Vancouver, Portland,

Goldendale, Issaquah and Yakima to attend

the get-together at the Grange.

The Glenwood rodeo dance hall was the

site for the other all-school class reunion on

May 28. That reunion was organized by Darlene

(Hathaway) Schrank with assistance

from alumni who contacted their former

classmates. The dance hall was filled with

GHS graduates and guests who enjoyed a

great potluck meal and music by DJ Brian

Whitefield. A lot of visiting, reminiscing and

laughter took place during the reunion; and

the consensus was that the group should plan

another reunion for next year. Anyone interested

in organizing a future reunion can contact

Joanne (Hathaway) Roe at (509) 364-3352.

Memorial Day was celebrated at the Mt.

Adams Cemetery with cookies and coffee provided

by the Glenwood Grange. The cemetery

looked wonderful with brightly colored flowers

and flags blowing in the breeze. The Glenwood

Women’s Club places flags on veterans’

graves for Memorial Day to honor those who

served our country. A special thank you goes

to Bill and Kelly Henderson and Pam Keithly

for the wonderful job they do in caring for the

Mt. Adams Cemetery!

Mr. Tom Eldred was honored with a retirement

party at the school on June 5. The

potluck dinner was well attended; and, several

colleagues and former students recounted

memories of Mr. Eldred. Best wishes for a

wonderful retirement, Tom!

The Glenwood Rodeo Association is holding

a workday on Sunday, June 12, to finish up

projects before the Ketchum Kalf Rodeo to be

held Father’s Day weekend, June 18 and 19.

The workday will begin around 10 a.m.; a

potluck lunch with burgers and dogs on the

Glenwood

News

Glenwood

Homemakers

Miles and miles of yard sales this Saturday

A long time resident of

the area, and a Lyle School

Alumni "Class of ’59," Phyllis

Roth Hagerstom passed

away Saturday night in her

sleep. She was at her daughters’

home in Lake Oswego,

Ore. Her family is in the

process of making funeral

arrangements. She will be

missed by friends and family.

The Alumni Committee

will also miss her enthusiastic

help and smiling face.

Come spend your extra

change and support the

Twin Bridges Museum, The

Methodist Church, and The

Lyle Community Council,

and all the others that will

have a booth in the park at

"The 13 Mile Yard Sale" on

June 11 and 12. This is a

major fundraiser for many

Eight graduates, many happy faces

grill at noon; followed by a short meeting to

assign duties for the rodeo.

A free BBQ and concert are planned on

June 18 at the Pioneer Memorial Community

Church yard. The BBQ is slated to begin at 6

p.m.; meat will be provided (bring a salad,

side or dessert to share.) The concert will follow

at 7 p.m. featuring Mission Mountain.

Steve and Jane McMahon will entertain

everyone with their acoustic Bluegrass and

folk-style Gospel music. The community is

invited to attend both the BBQ and concert.

Vacation Bible School is scheduled

for the week of June 20

through 24 at the Pioneer Memorial

Community Church. This is a

fun and free event open to all

youth ages four through sixth

grade. VBS will run from noon to

3 p.m. daily; lunch is provided; and

parents are welcome to join their

children. A VBS Finale is planned

for Friday, June 24 at 6:30 p.m. Registration

forms are available at the post office for those

who would like to pre-register. Just drop the

registrations off at Pastor Butch Hallenbeck’s

home across the street from the post office.

For those youngsters interested in attending

Bible summer camp – Glenwood campers

will again be traveling to Camp Morrow. Junior

Camp (grades four through seven) is July

31 through Aug. 3. Teen Camp (eighth

through 12th graders) is Aug. 4 through Aug.

7. This is a great camp with many outdoor activities

scheduled to keep campers busy and

entertained. The cost for the camp is $125;

and registration forms are available at the

post office or Pastor Butch’s home. A car

wash is planned for July 9 to help raise money

for campers’ tuition!

Condolences are extended to Cindy Whitefield’s

family after the recent death of her

brother Mike Blouin.

Samantha Inglis (formerly Sam Whitmire)

recently lost her life in a horse accident. We

were sorry to learn of Sam’s death.

Ralph Coffin passed away last week. His

memorial service is scheduled for Monday,

June 13 at 11 a.m. at the Trout Lake Baptist

Church. Sympathy is extended to Patrick and

Ralph’s other family members.

Mt. Adams Resource Stewards and the Mt.

Adams Snowmobile Club will be hosting their

rescheduled Island Camp re-opening workparty

this Saturday, June 11. If interested in

helping out, meet behind the Glenwood firehall

at 7 a.m. Picnic tables will be reassembled

there and transported to Island Camp,

where other tasks will be undertaken. Contact

Jay McLaughlin, 364-4110, or Darrel

Spies, 364-3541 if you have any questions.

Trout Lake

News

Sarah Burr

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of those listed above.

The next OLESS meeting

will be June 13, 7 p.m. at the

Activity Center. Come and

share in the enjoyment of

preserving the

center. An out of

town family has

heard about the

Pavilion and has

reserved it for

their reunion on

Aug. 4. Looks like

Lyle is becoming

known for its accommodations.

The May Sundowners

campout was held at

Deshutes State Park, with

seven rigs, two of which

were perspective new members.

Several were attending

the "Funfest" at Lacy where

they helped the Twin City

ously. We all have the potential

to benefit from the research

supported by the

Cancer Society.

Near Trout

Lake will be a For-

est and Range

Owners Field Day

on Saturday, June

18, at the Kreps

Family Ranch in

Gilmer. The program,

which is organized

by the

Washington State

University Extension, will

“...help you protect and enhance

your rural lifestyle,

the health and beauty of

your forest and range, and

your financial investment.”

Quite a lot of benefit from

one day of presentations

which range in topics from

attracting songbirds, to

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weed control, to timber

sales, to using and selling

non-timber products, to

wildfire protection. Contact

Andy Perleberg at (509) 667-

6658 for information about

registration.

In Trout Lake, on June 18,

is the Fish Derby held from

9 a.m. to noon at the Guler

County Park. This event is

jam-packed with fish and

fishing related activities including

free fishing for ages

12 and under. Freddy Fish

should appear as well as

Smokey Bear. There will be

hot dogs and soda, volunteer

cooks to fry the fish caught

by the kids, games, and storytelling.

It’s always a very

lively event with lots to do.

Kids can bring their own

fishing rods if they want.

Bring a white t-shirt for fish

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Barbara Sexton

and

Mildred Lykens

Cowboy Breakfast

6:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Sunday

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printing. This event is organized

by Stephanie Caballero

of the Forest Service.

She can be reached at

395-3419. The event is sponsored

by Mt. Adams Ranger

District and the White

Salmon Steelheaders. The

Rainbow Trout, about 1000

of them, are provided by

the Goldendale Hatchery of

the Washington State Department

of Fish and

Wildlife. The Fish Derby

will take place, rain or

shine.

Looking to the future, in

late July there will be a soccer

camp for kids interested

in playing soccer at Trout

Lake School. For more information

contact Luke

Wakefield at 395-3463.

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CM & WO Shepard, Inc. (541) 386-3603

• Western Beer Garden w/live music

• Camping sites available, $10 per day

•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

Rodeo Entry

• Junior Open Barrel Racing

(8 to 13) $35

Entry - Call (509) 364-3427

Shawna Roberson Memorial Buckle

awarded to winner.

• H.I. “Tye” Murray Memorial Jacket

awarded to Top Money Winner

Rovers host coffee and cookies

all week. Their next outing

will be at Tollbridge

Park.

Habitat is accepting applications

for the second

Lyle house

until June 30. Call

493-3576 or better

yet, email Janet at

holen@gorge.net.

You can also learn

about the program

and the criteria for

becoming a Habitat

partner on their website

www.midcolumbiahabitat.o

rg.

Some history from a booklet

titled "Columbia Grange"

1889-1967

“The officers from 1894

carried over until March 11,

1895 when Brother James

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Wheelhouse, State Lecturer,

came and installed the officers.

Brother Ira B. Hewett

and P. Eirich took the oath as

Master and Secretary. Delegates

elected to the Klickitat

Business Council, which

was held in Columbia

Grange Hall, were J. O. Lyle,

E.B. Hewett, P. Eirich and I.

B. Hewett. There was much

discussion as to where to

hold State Grange. Some

were in favor of having it at

the shoe factory in Rockland

if meals and lodging could

be secured. Rockland was

the early name for what is

now called Dallesport.”

The economy is so bad

that: I ordered a burger at

McDonald's and the kid behind

the counter asked, "Can

you afford fries with that?"

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A6 —JUNE 8, 2011 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN

IN CONCERT: The Klickitat kindergarten violinists entertained

residents at the Mill Creek assisted living center in The

Dalles recently. Pictured are Gage Huff, Samantha Knott and

Nolan Carter with their instructor Linda Robertson.

Students meet service

personnel and animals

Second grade students

from the Mid-Columbia

Gorge schools of Dallesport,

Wishram, Bickleton, Goldendale,

Centerville, Klickitat,

Trout Lake, Glenwood,

Chenowith, Dry Hollow, St.

Mary’s and Colonel Wright

got a day of fascinating experience

at the Second annual

Second Grade Safari.

This was a combined effort

of Schreiner Farms, the

Lyle School District, and Columbia

Hills State Park.

Students had the opportunity

to meet law enforcement,

medical, fire and military

personnel that serve

the Columbia Gorge. They

were also treated to an ex-

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clusive tour of Schreiner

Farms along with some upclose

encounters with giraffe,

camels, wallaroos, and

other exotic animals.

The purpose of this field

day is to educate students

with information about

local providers, get some

safety tips, and become familiar

with the people who

provide these services.

This learning experience

is held annually on the second

Friday of May, with the

support and participation of

Schreiner Farms and Gorge

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groups in partnership

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HOSPITALS

Council meeting sparks curb appeal debate

REBECCA GOURLEY

REPORTER

A spark ignited between

Mayor Arletta Parton and

council member Clinton

Baze at Monday night’s City

Council meeting. The disagreement

concerned the

newly amended nuisance ordinance.

On the subject of non-operational

vehicles, Baze felt

that there should be an exception

to those people who

are restoring old vehicles.

The mayor had a different

opinion. “[There was a] car

out here not too long ago that

was up on blocks and out

there with a cherry picker

coming out of it for months,”

she stated. “Is that acceptable?”

Len Crawford agreed with

the mayor and added, “From

a curb appeal stand point, it

makes no difference whether

you’re restoring it or it’s inoperable.”

Baze saw a difference between

an antique car being

worked on over time and a

“junk” car that “has been sitting

on blocks for two years

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Now accepting New

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Ray J. FitzSimmons, M.D.

Cindy Horton, M.D.

Joseph Rinella, D.O.

Christopher Samuels, M.D.

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Goldendale

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and has been filling up with

garbage.”

Then a compromise was

reached. Council Member

Joe Abbott suggested that the

people who are restoring

their vehicles put a fitted car

cover on them when they

aren’t working on them. With

this new additional language,

the council approved

the second reading of the

nuisance ordinance amendment.

Also on the agenda for the

meeting were four items of

business:

• The Lions Club was approved

by the council to sell

fireworks for the Fourth of

July.

• Guy Theriault pled his

case to the council for an exception

to the parking ordinance

rule. Theriault and his

wife bought their house on

Byars street in 2001 and

shortly after built a boat dock

in front of it. “I had contacted

a building inspector when

we bought our property and

was told there would be no

problem with the landscaping

plan,” explained Theriault.

“It wasn’t until the chief

of police made of a comment

about it at a city council

meeting that I found out that

I wasn’t supposed to be doing

this.” Theriault was granted

a revocable license agreement

by the council to keep

his dock up.

• The Railroad Avenue

Overlay Project was awarded

to Granite Construction

Company with an $89,898 bid.

This bid was 16 percent lower

than Crestline Construction’s

bid of $107, 079.50. City

Administrator Larry Bellamy

said that the project

won’t be started right away.

“We’re piggy-backing on the

state’s project,” said Bellamy.

The grant received by the

city will cover 95 percent of

the project’s cost. The overlay

will stretch from the intersection

at Columbus Avenue

to Klickitat Street.

Along with the overlay will

be a few ADA ramp replacements.

• Also on the agenda was

an agreement that was established

with Dogs of the

Gorge for animal control services.

Dogs of the Gorge has

been serving Goldendale and

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Laser Surgery (Treatment for

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Medical and Surgical treatment

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•Arthroscopic surgery of the

knee, shoulder, ankle, elbow, hip

•Shoulder Surgery

•Carpal tunnel release

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•Foot & ankle surgery

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Serving the Gorge for 35+ years

the surrounding area for five

years. They hope to apply for

grants to build a better facility.

Currently Dogs of the

Gorge is over their capacity

with 24 dogs. The new agreement,

which will expire on

Dec. 31, 2016, outlines the

continued relationship between

the city and Dogs of

the Gorge. Not only does it include

language to establish

what Dogs of the Gorge’s role

is with Goldendale Animal

Control, but it also serves as

a requirement for requests

for funding.

The council also passed a

resolution Monday night for

an Automated Meter Reading

(AMR) system purchase. The

AMR system will result in

fewer water meter misreads,

more meter reading efficiency,

decreased field risks for

meter-reading personnel,

and increased water conservation,

accountability and

management. Also, the city

will no longer lose revenue

because of inaccurate meters.

That newly recovered

revenue will eventually pay

for the project.

Running and hiking event to cover 12 scenic miles

Hilltop scenic views of the

Columbia River Gorge, Mt.

Hood, and Mt. Adams will be

the sought-after reward for

many of the 100 pre-registered

participants above

White Salmon on Saturday,

June 18.

The running and hiking

course is 12 miles of trails

that loop up and around Hospital

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gain and a little more

than a mile of road to get to

and from the trail.

The event starts at 9 a.m.

with registration starting at

8:15 a.m. in downtown White

Salmon.

The event is free, but a

suggested donation of $10 or

more is requested to support

the second year of Columbia

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GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON JUNE 8, 2011 — A7

Too many loose cats

on the prowl in county

LOU MARZELES

EDITOR

They’re warm and furry

and adorable, and there’s just

too many of them in Klickitat

County.

That’s the word about procreating

cats running freely

around the county, from

Catlink, an organization in

The Dalles that works to minimize

uncontrolled cat populations

in the area.

“Klickitat County has the

worst cat problem,” Catlink

director Carmen Marquez

said Thursday at a Greater

Goldendale Chamber of

Commerce business forum

luncheon. “We took 57 cats

out of one home not long ago,

and that wasn’t the biggest

number. There’s a huge uncontrolled

cat population in

Klickitat County.” Marquez

said Catlink picked up between

200 and 300 cats in

Klickitat County just in the

last three months.

The cat problem isn’t just

hoarders, Marquez said. It’s

any cat allowed to roam

freely that is capable of procreation.

“People in Klickitat County

tend to see roaming cats as

survival animals,” Marquez

said. “They think cats need to

be able to provide for themselves.”

That typically translates

into letting them run

free with all their parts intact.

But that presents dangerous

overpopulating and

encourages predation.

“Predators will follow cats,”

Marquez pointed out. Other

problems with overpopula-

On the heels of the coldest

April on record, May turned

out to be the coldest of that

month on record as well.

According to data received

by the National Oceanic and

Atmospheric Administration

(NOAA)’s National Weather

Service in Pendleton, Ore.,

temperatures at Goldendale

averaged much colder than

normal during the month of

May. The average temperature

was 49.2 degrees which

was 5.6 degrees below normal

and making it the coldest

May on record. High temperatures

averaged 61.8 degrees,

which was 8.3 degrees below

normal. The highest was 75

degrees on May 21.

Dennis Hull of NOAA says

of the two-month-in-a-row

record streak, “It is normal

for the weather to be abnormal

and abnormal for the

weather to be normal.”

Low temperatures averaged

36.6 degrees, which was

3.0 degrees below normal.

The lowest was 26 degrees, on

May 1. There were four days

with the low temperature

tion include more cats in

shelters, which increases

costs for provision and euthanizing.

Catlink will come out to

any area, trap or pick up a

trapped cat, and spay and

neuter the cat—for free. And

it can be any cat, including a

neighbor’s if it wanders onto

your property.

“You don’t need the

owner’s permission to have a

cat neutered,” Marquez said.

“If it’s on your property and

it’s not neutered and you trap

it, it can be brought in for

spaying or neutering. The cat

is returned to the same location

where it was picked up.”

The program is called

TNR, for Trap-Neuter-Return,

and Catlink works the

program throughout the

Gorge. Feral cats that undergo

TNR are returned to locations

where there is an expectation

that a caregiver will

provide some shelter and

food for the animal. TNR has

been shown around the country

to be the only humane

and effective way to control

the population of homeless

cats.

Catlink also tries to place

cats in peril into foster

homes. The organization is

always looking for more volunteers

to help with cleaning

and other cat care chores at

the Catlink facility; trapping

and transporting cats; veterinarian

tech work during clinics;

and helping with foster

kittens and special-needs

cats. Contact Catlink at (541)

298-8253, or visit their web

site at www.catlink.org.

Another coldest

month record set,

second in a row

below 32 degrees.

Precipitation totaled 2.17

inches during May, which

was 1.11 inches above normal.

Measurable precipitation—at

least .01 inch—was

received on 11 days with the

heaviest, 1.30 inches, reported

on May 15.

The outlook for June from

NOAA’s Climate Prediction

Center calls for below normal

temperatures and above normal

precipitation. Normal

highs for Goldendale rise

from 74.7 degrees at the start

of June to 79.7 degrees at the

end of June. Normal lows

rise from 42.9 degrees to 45.4

degrees. The 30-year normal

precipitation is 0.44 inches.

The previous record for

coldest May was 49.8 degrees

in 1962.This was also the

fourth wettest May on record.

The wettest was 3.03 inches

in 1911.

Summer days are expected

to be warm to hot with much

dryer conditions than normal.

Hastings: schools aren’t

getting their funds in time

Too many schools in central

Washington aren’t getting

payments from the federal

government on time, says

Congressman Doc Hastings

(R-Wash.).

In his most recent weekly

column, Hastings reports

that funds required by the

Impact Aid Program, a federal

initiative aimed at offsetting

adverse impact of federally

owned lands on area

schools, aren’t getting to affected

schools in a timely

manner.

“Over 33 percent of central

Washington is owned by

the federal government,”

Hastings wrote. “We understand

all too well the consequences

of federal land ownership

and the impact it has

on the ability of schools to

serve their students and

make needed improvements.

To address this, I have been a

long supporter of the Impact

Aid program—a government

program that provides financial

compensation to school

districts whose tax revenues

are adversely affected by the

presence of the federal government.”

The program pro-

vides assistance for some 15

million students nationwide.

Among schools affected by

the program in this region

are Glenwood and Mabton.

“Unfortunately, the distribution

of payments are often

chronically late and leave our

students at an incredibly unfair

disadvantage,” Hastings

said. “Impact Aid was designed

to ease the burden of

having military bases, tribal

reservations, or land owned

by other federal agencies that

pay no local property taxes

within the districts' borders,

yet send hundreds of students

to their schools—however,

these affected areas are

still waiting for these funds.”

In some cases, affected

schools wait for several years

to get their money from the

program.

In an attempt to resolve

the issue, Hastings has cosponsored

legislation that

would require the Department

of Education to allocate

Impact Aid funding to school

districts no later than two

years following the initial

year in which funding was

appropriated.

LOU MARZELES

HOSPICE STAFF: The staff of KVH Home Health and Hospice have been active in the Hometown Hospice Awareness campaign over

the last two months. Pictured left to right are: Serena Williams, Jeanette Madsen (former director), Kitt Tallman, Ardy Cordis, Joanne

Davenport, Margaret Crowell, Jill Martin, and current director LeAnn Paredes. Another seven staff members are not pictured here.

Winner claims prize in final hospice campaign drawing

It’s been seven weeks

since the Hometown Hospice

Awareness campaign began,

designed to create greater

awareness and understanding

of what KVH Home

Health and Hospice does.

The campaign has included

a weekly raffle drawing hosting

by area businesses, with

winners drawn from those

This Saturday at the Goldendale

Farmers’ Market is

Kids Activity Day.

It’s been too cold for too

long waiting for summer

weather, so getting kids out

into fun activities will keep

their minds off the cold

weather. There will be art

who answered short questions

about the hospice program.

This week’s drawing

was hosted by Carquest, and

the winner of a $25 Carquest

certificate was Nancy Cunningham.

The campaign culminates

this Saturday with a special

benefit concert for KVH Hospice,

beginning at 7 p.m. at

activities and games for kids

of all ages, not to mention a

live alpaca to gawk over.

Kids will be able to see one

up close and try to figure out

what makes them so loveable.

The activities start at

10:30 and run until noon.

Kids can join in anytime

the New Life Assembly of

God Church in Goldendale

and featuring Lou Marzeles,

Leslie Geatches, Meagen

Moody, Mike DeMello, and

other area musicians.

The theme of the campaign

has been, “Celebrating

lifetimes and carrying them

forward.” The campaign and

its theme seek to commemo-

during those hours.

Lettuce and spinach in

particular are loving the

cool weather. Landscaping

plants and vegetable starts

are still available. There will

also be an abundance of

sugar-coated almonds and

smoked meat and cheese.

rate the lives of hospice patients

and recognize their

legacy in the ongoing lives of

their families. Reflecting

that idea, the concert Saturday

is a thematic musical

presentation entitled, “The

Timeless and the Temporal.”

It will be a multimedia event

with live music integrated

with film and sharing.

Saturday Farmers’ Market features Kids Activity Day

Pizza by the slice will be

available for market-goers.

The community table is

open. It just needs volunteers

and some extra produce

items, so all are welcome

to peruse and participate.


A8 —JUNE 8, 2011 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

WHAT’S HAPPENING

On-going Events

Every Monday

•Jam session on the sidewalk

by Dr. Ogden’s office at 7 p.m.

Musicians and listeners welcome.

Chairs will be provided.

773-4114

Every Monday &

Wednesday

Goldendale Wrestling Club,

6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Goldendale

High School gym. All

ages welcome. 773-0411.

Every Tues., Wed., & Thurs.

•Family History Center, located

at the corner of N. Columbus

and McKinley is open

Tues. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wed. 1

p.m. to 4 p.m., Thurs. 10 a.m.

to 2 p.m. Ancestry.com is

back plus more. Appointments

available outside these

hours. 773-3129

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

6:30 p.m. at KPUD. 773-5870.

Every Tuesday and Thursday

•K.L.C.K Klickitat AM talk

show at 9 a.m. on 1400am.

Every Wednesday

•Open Studio for Kids (ages

eight to 14) at Golden Art

Gallery from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

$10 per session. Student

artists can explore a wide variety

of techniques and art

materials. Call in advance,

773-5100.

•Kiwanis club of Goldendale

meeting at 7 a.m. at The

Hawaiian Luau.

Every Second Thursday

•Artist reception at the Golden

Art Gallery. Featuring a

new art show, wine tasting,

live music and snacks. 773-

5100.

•Klickitat County Meth Action

Team meeting at City

Council Chambers from

noon to 1 p.m.

Goldendale Motorsports Association

meeting at the

Goldendale Fire Hall at 7 p.m.

Every First & Third Friday

•Community Swing Dances

and More in the lower level of

the United Methodist Church

New time 8:30 p.m. to 10:30

p.m. All ages welcome. 773-

6291

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Every Second Saturday

•Oil pastel with Joan at the

Golden Art Gallery at 10 a.m.

773-5100

Every Third Saturday

•Oriental art (Sumi brush

techniques) at the Golden Art

Gallery at 10 a.m. with Margaret.

773-5100.

Goldendale Senior Center

breakfast. Everyone is welcome.

$3 per person.

Wednesday, June 8

•CARQUEST customer appreciation

day. Free lunch from 11

a.m. to 2 p.m. Dealer reps. will

be available, truck load tool

sale, prizes and give-a-ways.

Thursday, June 9

•Behind the Camera Lens photography

workshop for teens at

the Goldendale Library at 6:30

p.m.

Fri. - Sun., June 10 - 12

•Alder Creek Pioneer Association

Picnic and Rodeo in Bickleton.

Rodeo admission:

Adults, $8; children six to 12,

$4; under six, free.

Saturday, June 11

•Grindhouse Jam Night at 7:30

p.m. at Pine Springs Resort, located

at 2471 Hwy. 97. Half

price burgers and free camping.

•Hometown Hospice Benefit

Concert at 6 p.m. at New Life

Assembly of God Church.

Tickets are $15 or by donation,

available at the door and The

Goldendale Sentinel.

•McKinley Springs Winery

BBQ Showdown and Benefit

from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets

are $50. Benefits Operation

BBQ which welcomes our

troops home with a family

BBQ.

Friday, June 17

•Centerville Grange Pinochle

Party at 7 p.m.

Saturday, June 18

•Klickitat Chapter of Trout

Unlimited National Stream

Cleanup Day at Ekone Park

from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 773-3380.

Monday, June 20

•Monday night jam session on

the sidewalk by Dr. Ogden’s office.

Music will begin at 7 p.m.

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Listeners welcome,

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Partly Cloudy, High 68, Low 41

Sunrise: 5:14 a.m.

Sunset: 8:51 p.m.

Thursday, June 9

Sunny, High 77, Low 47

Sunrise: 5:15 a.m.

Sunset: 8:52 p.m.

Friday, June 10

P. Cloudy, High 71, Low 43

Sunrise: 5:13 a.m.

Sunset: 8:53 p.m.

Saturday, June 11

M. Sunny, High 69, Low 39

Sunrise: 5:13 a.m.

Sunset: 8:53 p.m.

Sunday, June 12

M. Sunny, High 73, Low 41

Sunrise: 5:13 a.m.

Sunset: 8:54 p.m.

Monday, June 13

Sunny, High74, Low 46

Sunrise: 5:13 a.m.

Sunset: 8:54 p.m.

Tuesday, June 14

Sunny, High 75, Low 44

Sunrise: 5:13 a.m.

Sunset: 8:55 p.m.

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Goldendale Senior Center

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•June 14 @ noon

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Community Center

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May 24

•Richard H. Bassett: DUI

(6/21/10); Def. FTA, $1000 warrant.

•Joshua Willis Clark: DUI

(5/6/11), DWLS 3 (5/6/11);

Change of plea to guilty to

DUI (less than .15), fine/fees

$2768.50, 365 days/275 susp.,

credit time served, 24 months

active probation, 120 days

EHM, attend DUI victim impact

panel (V.I.P.), count two

EAST DISTRICT COURT

GOLDENDALE SCHOOL LUNCH

Thursday, June 9

Primary School

Breakfast - Breakfast roll, fruit, milk

Lunch - French toast, ham, hashbrown,

fruit, milk

Middle School

Breakfast - Cheese omelet, fruit, milk

Lunch - Soup, sandwich, veggies, fruit,

milk

High School

Breakfast - Breakfast pizza, hashbrown,

fruit, orange juice, milk

Lunch - Deli sandwich or hamburger

Friday, June 10

Primary School

Breakfast - Oatmeal, toast,

juice, milk

Lunch - Chickenburger, cookie, fruit, milk

Middle School

Breakfast - Oatmeal, toast, juice, milk

Lunch - Soft taco, corn, cookie, veggies,

fruit, milk

High School

Breakfast - Breakfast sandwich, hashbrown,

fruit, orange juice, milk

Lunch - Chicken fajita or cheeseburger

Monday, June 13

Primary School

Breakfast - Waffles, fruit, milk

Lunch - Burrito with sauce, salad, corn,

applesauce, milk

Middle School

Breakfast - Waffles, fruit, milk

REMINDER

Lunch - Chicken fried steak on mashed

potatoes, corn, bread, pudding, fruit, milk

High School

Breakfast - Breakfast sandwich hashbrown,

fruit, orange juice, milk

Lunch - Hamburger or chicken nuggets

Tuesday, June 14

Primary School

Breakfast - Cold cereal, toast, fruit, milk

Lunch - Spaghetti, salad, green beans,

breadstick, fruit, milk

Middle School

Breakfast - Cold cereal,

toast, fruit, milk

Lunch - Chili cheese nachos,

salad, vegies,

bread, applesauce, milk

High School

Breakfast - Breakfast burrito, hashbrown,

fruit, orange juice, milk

Lunch - Chicken gravy on mashed potatoes

or cheeseburger

Wednesday, June 15

Primary School

Breakfast - Cold cereal, toast, fruit, milk

Lunch - Cook’s choice

Middle School

Breakfast - Oatmeal, toast, fruit, milk

Lunch - Cook’s choice

High School

Breakfast - Low fat muffin, hashbrown,

fruit, orange juice, milk

Lunch - Cook’s choice

Include your events in the

community calendar.

Email events to

Heidi at

hmccarty@ goldendalesentinel.com

by noon on Mondays.

ASSEMBLY OF GOD

New Life Assembly of God

1602 S. Columbus, Goldendale. Pastor Kevin

Gerchak. 773-4650. Sunday School 9:30 a.m.,

Morning Worship Service 10:30 a.m., Evening

Service at 6 p.m., Family Night on Wed. night, 7

p.m. includes Youth, God’s Flower Garden, Royal

Rangers and Bible Study.

BAPTIST

Columbus Avenue Baptist, S.B.C.

815 N. Columbus, Goldendale. 773-4471. Pastor

Michael Block, Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Morning

Worship 11 a.m., Sunday Evening Study and

Worship, 6 p.m., Wednesday Evening Bible Study

and Prayer, 7 p.m.

Bible Baptist Church of Goldendale

340 East Collins St. Goldendale, WA. 773-4929. L.

Parish Plumlee, Pastor. Sunday: Sunday School 10

a.m., Morning Worship Service 11 a.m., Sunday

Evening Service 6 p.m., Wednesday Service 7 p.m.

Nursery Service Provided. “Families Walking In

The Old Paths.” Jer. 6:16

CHURCH OF CHRIST

Goldendale Church of Christ

230 E. Court, Goldendale, 773-4689. Sunday classes

10:00 a.m., Service 11:00 a.m., Wednesday classes

6:00 p.m.

Centerville Community Church

The Dalles Mountain Road in Centerville, Pastor

Ken Akins. Sunday Schedule: Children’s Sunday

School at 10 a.m. Adult Sunday school at 10:20

a.m. Morning Worship Service at 11:00 a.m. “A

place where you can feel comfortable.”

CATHOLIC

Holy Trinity Catholic

307 Schuster, Goldendale. Father William Byron,

773-4516. Sat. Eve. Mass 5:30 p.m.; Sunday Mass

9 a.m.; Spanish Mass Sat. evening 6:30 p.m. Eve of

Holy Days 7:00 p.m.; Holy Days 7:30 a.m. and

Daily Mass Mon. - Fri. 7:30 a.m. CCD Classes,

Wednesday afternoons 2:15 to 3:30 p.m.

Kindergarten through 6th grade. Wed. Evenings

7:30 to 8:30, 7th through 12th grade. Confessions

before Mass Saturdays at noon - 1 p.m.

GRACE BRETHREN

Community Grace Brethren

1180 S. Roosevelt. Gregory M. Howell, pastor.

773-3388. Sunday School 9:30 a.m.; Morning

Worship 11 a.m.; Saturday Night Connection 7:00

p.m., Wednesday AWANA at 2:30 p.m. for children

four years to sixth grade. Wednesday night youth at

6:30 p.m. for grades seven through 12 “The Bible,

the Whole Bible, and Nothing but the Bible.”

LDS

Goldendale Ward

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day

Saints

N. Columbus and McKinley; Bishop David

Bischoff. 773-3824 or 773-5202, Missionaries:

(509) 261-9263. Worship Services start at 10 a.m.

dismissed per state motion

pursuant to plea agreement.

•Alta Rae Davis: DWLS 3

(9/14/08); Change of plea to

guilty, $1000 fine suspended,

$472.50 costs, 90 days/89

susp., credit one day served.

•Debra L. Friese: DWLS 3

(4/10/10); motion granted to

convert 15 days EHM to five

days jail.

•Braulio Gonsalez: DWLS 3

(11/4/10); Def. FTA, $1000

warrant.

•Gerardo Gonzalez ruiz:

DWLS 3 (1/30/11); Amended

to NVOL With ID (infraction),

$250 bail forfeiture to amended

charge of NVOL With ID.

•Donald Dennis Goodrich:

Theft 3 (6/29/10); Motion

granted to convert 19 hours

community service to one

day jail.

•Stephanie C. Hooper: DUI

(8/28/10); Amended to Negligent

Driving 1, change of plea

to guilty to amended charge,

fine/fees $620, 90 days susp.

jail.

•Kathleen Marie McEwen:

Assault 4 (11/1/10); Change of

plea to guilty, fine suspended,

$293 fees, 365 days/335 susp.,

credit one day, 29 days converted

to 232 hours community

service, active probation

monitor.

•Toby A. Petersen: Burning

Without a Permit (3/12/11); 12

month stipulated order of

continuance (S.O.C.), pay $50

court costs, review in 12

months for compliance.

•Jeffrey A. Pine: Recreational

Fishing 2 (3/19/11); Dismissed

without prejudice per

state motion due to defendant

having proof of license.

•Jack Allen Reeves, Jr.: Reckless

Driving (8/22/10);

Amended to Negligent Driving

1, change of plea to

guilty to amended charge,

fine/fee $557.50, 90 days susp.

jail.

•Daniel Timothy Sims: DUI

(Less Than .15) (12/4/10);

Change of plea to guilty,

fine/fees $1126, 365 days/364

susp., credit one day served,

60 month probation with active

probation supervision

until obtains alcohol/drug

evaluation and completes recommended

treatment.

•Charles Walter Sistek: DUI

(2/16/11); Dismissed without

prejudice per state motion.

•Brandon Kenneth Tracy:

Reckless Burning 2 (5/1/10);

Dismissed without prejudice

per state motion pursuant to

plea agreement in superior

court.

Church Directory

on Sunday. Youth meetings (12-18 years)

Wednesdays 7-8:30 p.m., Family History Library

open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday - Thursday.

Empty Nesters (all ages) at 6 p.m. 4th Monday of the

Month - potluck at the church.

LUTHERAN

Christ the King Lutheran

S. Columbus and Simcoe Dr., Goldendale, 773-

5750. Sunday school, 9 a.m., worship services 10

a.m. Everyone welcome.

METHODIST

United Methodist

Columbus and Broadway, Pastor Pat Beeman, 773-

4461 or 773-4462. Worship 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.,

Sunday School 9:15 a.m., Nursery Available 10:30

a.m. Call the church for regularly scheduled events.

NAZARENE

Church of the Nazarene

124 W. Allyn, Goldendale. 773-4216. Pastor

Thomas Fender. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.,

Worship at 10:45 a.m. Please call the church office

for weekly bible studies being offered. “Come Just

As You Are”.

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST

1/2 mile East on Bickleton Hwy. Sabbath School,

Saturday, 9:30 a.m.; Worship Service 11 a.m. Tim

Gray, Pastor. 773-4381

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST

Room for different beliefs -- Yours

First and third Sundays in Goldendale

773-7815 • http://uugoldendale.org

NON-DENOMINATIONAL

FATHER’S HOUSE FELLOWSHIP

207 S. Klickitat Ave., 773-4719. Basic Bible

Fellowship, 9:30 a.m., Worship at 10:30 a.m.

Wednesday Prayer at 7 p.m. “Following the

Father’s Heart”.

GOLDEN GATE HEALING ROOMS

125 W. Main St., Goldendale. Open Thursday

nights, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. A fresh wind is blowing.

MARYHILL COMMUNITY CHURCH

Maryhill, Washington. Opening Easter Sunday,

April 4. Coffee & donuts from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Services at 11 a.m. (509) 261-1155

WOODLAND PRAISE BARN

627 Woodland Road, Goldendale. Woody Lovelace,

Pastor. Worship services; Sunday 10:30 a.m.,

Wednesday at 7:00. 773-9119. thebarn@gorge.net.


GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON JUNE 8, 2011 — A9

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN

REPORTER

The release of the

SCAC All-League selections

for baseball reflects

the tremendous

potential the Timberwolves

had this year

with eight players

named. Leading the

way with first team

selections were J.D.

Moss, Reed Lindhe and

Lucas Denney. Moss and

Lindhe were solid defenders

at the corners, Moss at

first base and Lindhe at

third. Both players had

good years at bat

and both players

pitched. Lindhe

was one of

Goldendale’s

starters logging

a 3-1 record,

while Moss was

reliable as a reliever

with four

saves. Moss hit

.474 for the

season, leading

the team

in runs scored, 29, and

RBI, 35. Lindhe hit .456

with two home runs

and 23 RBI. Denney

was the only sophomore

on the

first team.

He split

SPORTS

SCAC All-League teams include 14 Timberwolves

Denney, Lindhe and Moss first team for boys Pitching duo, Counts and Hoffman lead girls

REED LINDHE

1ST TEAM

duties at catcher and short

stop and hit .441 with a team

leading five home runs and

.797 slugging percentage. He

also had the dubious distinction

of leading the team

with 12 hit-by-pitches.

Second team selections

were Anthony Dobson,

Austin Trunkey and Wade

Gaston. Dobson hit .404 and

led the team with 11 walks

and was perfect with 26

stolen bases on 26 attempts.

Gaston

led the team with

a .490 batting average

and .587 onbase

percentage.

Trunkey hit .397

with one home run

and 15 RBI.

Seniors Blake Lesko and

Tyrell Cronin were honorable

mention. They posted

similar stats on the year

with Cronin hitting .395

with 16 RBI and Lesko

.362 with 17 RBI.

LUCAS DENNEY - 1ST TEAM J.D. MOSS - 1ST TEAM

AUSTIN TRUNKEY - 2ND TEAM WADE GASTON - 2ND TEAM

BLAKE LESKO

HONORABLE MENTION

ANTHONY DOBSON - 2ND TEAM

TYRELL CRONIN - HONORABLE MENTION

Goldendale’s pitching

tandem of Haley

Hoffman and

Crysta Counts

were rewarded

for their play

this year with

selection to

first team,

All-League.

The select

i o n

m a t c h e d

what the team

saw, as they

voted the

pair co-MVP

for the team.

H o f f m a n

led the

W o l v e s

with a .484

b a t t i n g

average

and .734

s l u g -

g i n g

p e r -

centa

g e .

CRYSTA

COUNTS

1ST TEAM

Her two

home runs

tied for the

team lead and

her 28 RBI also

led the team’s

season statistics.

Hoffman also was the

leader with 45 stolen

bases and the team voted

her best offensive player.

Her pitching record was

5-4 with a 3.90 ERA.

Counts had a record of 4-

5 and an ERA of 4.17. She

batted .373 and stole 39

bases.

Second team selections

were Taylor Swift

and Brooke Graff. Swift,

voted most improved

BROOKE GRAFF - 2ND TEAM

player by the team, hit a

robust .481 and led the

team with a .590 onbase

percentage.

Graff, a

freshman, hit

.367 and tied for

the team lead

with two

home runs.

Graff had a

.612 slugging

percentage

and committed

just

three errors,

l o w e s t

a m o n g

e v e r y d a y

players.

T a y l o r

Gaston and

J o h n a

Kartes were

h o n o r a b l e

m e n t i o n .

Gaston,

v o t e d

“best on

base” by the

team, hit .324, scored 22

runs and stole 31 bases.

Kartes was a stalwart

player behind the plate,

logging 75 putouts, second

only to first baseman

Swift. Kartes led the

team with 18 walks,

pitched for a 2-0 record

and 3.10 ERA and was

voted best defender.

The team also voted

Malissa Barrier as most

inspirational player.

JOHNA KARTES - HONORABLE MENTION

Free fishing this weekend in Washington

Those interested in fishing but don’t

have a fishing license will be able to get in

on the action during Free Fishing Weekend,

scheduled June 11-12.

During those two days, no license will

be required to fish or gather shellfish in

any waters open to fishing in Washington

state. Also, no vehicle use permit will be

required during Free Fishing Weekend to

park at any of the 600 water-access sites

maintained by the Washington Department

of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW).

“Free Fishing Weekend is a great time

to revive an old hobby or to introduce

friends and family to fishing,” said Craig

Burley, WDFW fish division manager.

HALEY HOFFMAN - 1ST TEAM

TAYLOR SWIFT - 2ND TEAM

TAYLOR GASTON - HONORABLE MENTION

“Adults can introduce kids to fishing on a

wide variety of waters around the state.”

While no licenses are required on Free

Fishing Weekend, other rules such as season

closures, size limits and bag limits will

still be in effect. For example, no crab fishing

will be allowed in Puget Sound during

Free Fishing Weekend, because no areas

will be open for crabbing at that time.

In addition, all anglers will be required

to complete a catch record card for any

salmon, steelhead, sturgeon or halibut

they catch that weekend. Catch record

cards and WDFW’s fishing rules are available

at sporting goods stores and other license

dealers throughout the state.


A10 — JUNE 8, 2011 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN

FUTURE WOLVES: Timberwolf players Nolin Bare, left, and Kurt Wilkins help teach tackling technique

at the Future Timberwolf Football Camp, last week. Fifty-one young players grades kindergarten

through seventh participated.

ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN

HOPING FOR A HOLE-IN-ONE: Teammates look on intently as Bob

Moco sends a shot to the par 3 fourth hole at Goldendale during the

Pigskin and Grappler Classic.The team missed the pin but had a ball

on the green.

Pigskin and Grappler Classic in Goldendale

Eight teams of five vied for prizes last Saturday in the second

annual Pigskin and Grappler Classic. The event was facilitated

by football players assisting with the Future Timberwolf

football camp and the Goldendale Wrestling Club. The

event was held at the Goldendale Golf Club with proceeds supporting

the two community programs.

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6/1

6/2

6/3

6/4

6/5

6/6

Klickitat PUD

Holds Annual

Customer Meetings

During the next few months,

Klickitat PUD staff and PUD

Commissioners will be attending

meetings of the various community and

city councils and other Community action

groups throughout Klickitat County.

Our goal is to reach out and interact with

the customers in each community and

discuss items of interest specific to each

community in relation to the electric,

water, and wastewater services provided

by KPUD.

SCHEDULE:

June 15 – White Salmon City Council, 6:00pm,

Fire Hall - 220 NE Tohomish St, White Salmon

June 20 – Goldendale City Council, 7:00pm,

City Hall – 1103 S. Columbus, Goldendale

June 23 – High Prairie Community Council,7:00pm,

at Community Center on 701 Struck Rd.

July 21 – Appleton Community Council, 7:00pm,

Appleton Fire Hall, 839 Appleton Rd.

Goldendale

1313 S. Columbus

509/773-5891

1-800-548-8357

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Fish count at the dams

Bonneville The Dalles John Day

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2192

1871

1842

2063

2500

2578

63

85

99

69

114

103

103

617

750

765

1043

1238

1360

1297

13

6

11

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9

11

20

587

476

786

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GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON JUNE 8, 2011— A11

NOTICE OF TRUSTEES

SALE

File No.: 7023.73612

Grantors: Northwest Trustee

Services, Inc. Wachovia

Mortgage Corporation

Grantee: Stephanie Lesko,

an unmarried woman Ref to

DOT Auditor File No.:

1072091 and re-recorded on

10/21/2010 under Auditor's

file no. 1090521 Tax Parcel

ID No.: 05-16-2751-0002/00

Abbreviated Legal: Notice of

Trustee's Sale Pursuant to

the Revised Code of

Washington 61.24, et seq. I.

On June 17, 2011, 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: The

North half of the South half

of the East half of the

Southeast quarter of the

Southwest quarter of

Section 27, Township 6

North, Range 16 East, W.M.,

in County of Klickitat, State

of Washington. Also known

as Lot 2 of Short Plat 97-18

with the appurtenances

thereto. Commonly known

as: 8 Spen Road

Goldendale, WA 98620

which is subject to that certain

Deed of Trust dated

06/20/07, recorded on

08/07/07, under Auditor's

File No. 1072091 and rerecorded

on 10/21/2010

under Auditor's file no.

1090521, records of Klickitat

County, Washington, from

Stephanie Lesko, an unmarried

woman, as Grantor, to

First American Title

Insurance Company, as

Trustee, to secure an obligation

"Obligation" in favor of

Wachovia Mortgage

Corporation, 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. 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

03/14/2011 Monthly

Payments $46,630.25 Late

Charges $1,862.88 Lender's

Fees & Costs $432.25 Total

Arrearage $48,925.38

Trustee's Expenses

(Itemization) Trustee's Fee

$607.50 Title Report

$807.86 Statutory Mailings

$9.56 Recording Costs

$14.00 Postings $70.00 Total

Costs $1,508.92 Total

Amount Due: $50,434.30

Other known defaults as follows:

IV. The sum owing on

the Obligation is: Principal

Balance of $244,773.54,

together with interest as provided

in the note or other

instrument evidencing the

Obligation from 02/01/09,

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

June 17, 2011. 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 06/06/11

(11 days before the sale

date), to cause a discontinuance

of the sale. The sale

will be discontinued and terminated

if at any time before

the close of the Trustee's

business on 06/06/11 (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

06/06/11 (11 days before the

sale date), and before the

sale by the Borrower,

Grantor, any Guarantor or

the holder of any recorded

junior lien or encumbrance

paying the entire balance of

principal and interest

secured by the Deed of

Trust, plus costs, fees, and

advances, if any made pursuant

to the terms of the

obligation and/or Deed of

Trust. VI. A written notice of

default was transmitted by

the Beneficiary or Trustee to

the Borrower and Grantor at

the following address(es):

NAME AND ADDRESS

STEPHANIE LESKO 8 Spen

Road Goldendale, WA

98620 Unknown Spouse

and/or Domestic Partner of

STEPHANIE LESKO 8 Spen

Road Goldendale, WA

98620 by both first class and

either certified mail, return

receipt requested on

06/02/10, proof of which is in

the possession of the

Trustee; and on 06/07/10

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 foreclosure costs

and trustee's fees due at any

time prior to the sale. VIII.

The effect of the sale will be

to deprive the Grantor and

all those who hold by,

through or under the Grantor

of all their right, title and

interest in the Property. IX.

Anyone having any objection

to the sale on any grounds

whatsoever will be afforded

an opportunity to be heard

as to those objections if they

bring a lawsuit to restrain the

sale pursuant to RCW

61.24.130. Failure to bring

such a lawsuit may result in

a waiver of any proper

grounds for invalidating the

Trustee's sale. X. NOTICE

TO OCCUPANTS OR TEN-

ANTS - The purchaser at the

Trustee's Sale is entitled to

possession of the property

on the 20th day following the

sale, as against the Grantor

under the Deed of Trust (the

owner) and anyone having

an interest junior to the deed

of trust, including occupants

who are not tenants. After

the 20th day following the

sale the purchaser has the

right to evict occupants who

are not tenants by summary

proceedings under Chapter

59.12 RCW. For tenantoccupied

property, the purchaser

shall provide a tenant

with written notice in accordance

with RCW 61.24.060.

The trustee's rules of auction

may be accessed at

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: 03/14/2011 Northwest

Trustee Services, Inc.,

Trustee Authorized

Signature P.O. BOX 997

Bellevue, WA 98009-0997

Contact: Heather L. Smith

(425) 586-1900. (TS#

7023.73612) 1002.158717-

FEI

(2004, 2301)

PUBLIC NOTICE

United States Department of

the Interior

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Mid-Columbia River National

Wildlife Refuge Complex

64 Maple Street

Burbank, Washington 99323

Phone: (509) 546-8300

Fax: (509) 546-8303

April 28, 2011

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife

Service currently has seven

(7) haying permits available

on Conboy Lake National

Wildlife Refuge, Glenwood,

WA. Permits will be awarded

to the highest bidder for

each unit.

The units to be hayed

include Hay Units 3A1, 4B1,

4B4-4B6, 3B, 2B, 4F2, and

6A2 which contain reed

canarygrass, native grass,

and wet meadow vegetation.

Haying is to be completed

between August 1 and

September 15 of each year

to reduce impacts to cranes,

waterfowl, and other wildlife.

The deadline for receiving all

bids is July 1, 2011 at 4:00

pm.

Potential bidders are strongly

encouraged to come to

the Conboy Lake National

Wildlife Refuge office located

at 100 Wildlife Refuge

Road in Glenwood, WA to

receive a hand-out concerning

bid procedures, maps,

and special conditions.

Please call Shannon

Ludwig, Refuge Manager at

509-531-6169 to answer

NOTICES

THIS JUST IN:

• Determination of Non Significance/Rural Fire District 3

- Klickitat County Planning

• White Salmon River Road Vacation - Klickitat County

Public Works

• Public Hearing/Sawtooth Technologies - Klickitat County

Public Works

• Public Meeting - Klickitat County Solid Waste

• Klickitat County MDNS - Herbrand Co. - Klickitat County

Planning

• Notice of Adoption-EOZ - Klickitat County Planning

• Summary of Ordinance-City of Goldendale

your questions or to receive

bid procedures by mail or

fax.

The following hay units with

average annual harvest are

up for bid:

3A1: 86 acres, 41 tons.

4B1: 40 acres, unknown tonnage

4B4, 4B5, 4B6: 100 acres,

70 tons.

6A2: 40 acres, unknown

tonnage

3B: 259 acres, 270 tons

2B: 40 acres, 65 tons

4F2: 80 acres, unknown tonnage

(2005, 2103, 2201, 2302,

2401, 2501)

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT

FOR THE STATE OF

WASHINGTON

FOR THE COUNTY OF

KLICKITAT

In the Matter of the Estate of

LEONA ELSIE DONLEY,

Deceased.

Case No.: 11 4 00016 1

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

1 1 . 4 0 . 0 6 0 .

This bar is effective as to

claims against both the

decedent's probate and nonprobate

assets.

DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA-

TION: June 1, 2011

PERSONAL REPRESEN-

TATIVE: Jerry Lyn Jones

ATTORNEY FOR PERSON-

AL REPRESENTATIVE:

Julie L. Cline, WSB No.

41412

PHILLIPS REYNIER &

SUMERFIELD, LLP

P. O. Box 758 /718 State

Street

Hood River, Oregon 97031

(2206, 2303, 2402)

NOTICE TO

CONTRACTORS

Sealed bids for Loop Road

Overlay, CRP 307, 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

Washington 98620 until 1:15

p.m. on June 14, 2011 for

performing the work

described below. Sealed

bids received will be opened

at the Commissioner’s

Chambers and publicly read

aloud on Tuesday, June 14,

2011 at 1:30 p.m. or shortly

thereafter. Bids received

after 1:15 p.m. June 14,

2011 will not be considered.

The county reserves the

right to reject any and all

bids, and to waive informalities

that are not, in the opinion

of the county

Commissioners, material.

Bid envelopes shall be

appropriately marked on the

outside “Bid opening 1:30

p.m. June 14, 2011 Loop

Road Overlay, CRP 307”.

This contract provides for

the improvement of 1.29

miles of NW Loop Road by

Full Depth Reclamation

(FDR) with Cement for

approximately 0.46 miles,

planning approximately 0.83

miles of asphalt, HMA prelevel,

HMA wearing course,

construction of a 5 foot wide

sidewalk, HMA overlay of

sidewalk, traffic curb, curb

repair, stormwater structures,

pavement markings,

signs, and other work, all in

accordance with the

Contract Plans, Contract

Provisions, and the

Standard Specifications.

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 stated

in the specifications, the bid

proposal deposit shall be forfeited

to Klickitat County.

Approximate project cost is

estimated to be between

$1,000,000 to $1,500,000.

The Klickitat County Public

Works Dept. 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

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 17th of May 2011.

BOARD OF COUNTY COM-

MISSIONERS

Klickitat County, Washington

Rex F. Johnston

Chairman

Ray Thayer

Commissioner

David M. Sauter

Commissioner

ATTEST:

Crystal D. McEwen

Clerk of the Board

Klickitat County, Washington

(2208, 2304)

KLICKITAT COUNTY

DETERMINATION OF

NON-SIGNIFICANCE

Notice is hereby given that

Klickitat County issued a

Determination of Non-significance

(DNS) on June 2,

2011, under SEPA Rules

(Chapter 197-11 WAC) and

the Klickitat County

Environmental Ordinance

Number 121084 for the following

proposal:

SEP2011-12: Applicant:

Klickitat County Fire District

#3, Representative: Charles

Virts, Landowner: Kreps

Ranch LLC requesting a

building permit (BLD11-

0012) to install a 30,000 gal.

water storage tank for fire

fighting purposes. The proposed

site is located within a

portion of Section 20, T3N,

R11E, W.M., Klickitat

County, WA (Tunnel Road,

White Salmon vicinity).

After review of the completed

environmental checklist

and other information on file

the Klickitat County

Responsible Official has

determined that this proposal

will not have probable significant

adverse impacts on

the environment. Copies of

the DNS are available at the

Klickitat County Planning

Department during normal

business hours. Comments

or appeals on the above

environmental review will be

accepted until 5:00 p.m.,

June 24, 2011 . Appeals to

the DNS must be filed with

the Klickitat County Auditor’s

office with an appeal fee of

$200.

(2305)

BEFORE THE BOARD OF

COUNTY

COMMISSIONERS

Klickitat County, Washington

IN THE MATTER OF THE

VACATION OF A PORTION

OF WHITE SALMON RIVER

ROAD, COUNTY ROAD NO

16500

Resolution No. 06711

WHEREAS, the Board of

County Commissioners has

received a petition to vacate

an unused portion of White

Salmon River Road, County

Road No. 16500 that may be

of no further value to

Klickitat County described

as follows:

That road known as White

Salmon River Road as

Petitioned in

Commissioners’ Journal,

Volume 6 Page 375 and

Established in

Commissioners’ Journal,

Volume 7 Page 31, that portion

beginning from the previously

vacated portion in

Resolution No. 4581

described at a point approximately

1900 feet west of the

Northeast corner of Section

35, Township 4 North,

Range 10 East, W.M. thence

on a course in a Northerly

direction following the establishment

surveyor’s field

notes to the intersection of

the present location of the

White Salmon River Road

near the Southeast 1/16 corner

between Section 25 and

Section 26, Township 4

North, Range 10 East, W.M.

THEREFORE, BE IT

RESOLVED that the County

Engineer is directed to make

an examination of said right

of way and file his report as

to whether said right of way

should be vacated, whether

the public will benefit by the

vacation of said right of way

and any other facts, matters

and things which will be of

importance to the Board.

FURTHER, BE IT

RESOLVED, that a public

hearing for said vacation of

described right of way will be

held in the Commissioners’

Chambers in the Klickitat

County Courthouse,

Goldendale, Washington on

the 5th day of July, 2011 at

the hour of 1:30 p.m. at

which time any objections

against or approval for said

proposed vacation will be

heard and the Board of

Commissioners hereby

orders that due legal notice

of said hearing be given as

prescribed by statute.

Dated this 31st day of May

2011.

BOARD OF COUNTY COM-

MISSIONERS

Klickitat County, Washington

Rex F. Johnston, Chairman

Ray Thayer, Commissioner

David M. Sauter,

Commissioner

ATTEST:

Crystal D. McEwen, Clerk of

the Board

Klickitat County, Washington

(2306, 2403)

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

FOR THE GRANTING OF A

FRANCHISE AGREEMENT

BETWEEN KLICKITAT

COUNTY AND SAWTOOTH

TECHNOLOGIES, LLC

In accordance to statutory

provisions of RCW 36.55,

RCW 80.32 and in accordance

with Klickitat County’s

Accommodation of Utilities

on County Road Right-of-

Way Policy the County commissioners

are to hold a

public hearing prior to granting

a non exclusive franchise

for the construction, maintenance

and operations of

telecommunication lines

together with wires and

other appurtenances, upon,

under, along and across various

Klickitat County Roads.

Applicant: Sawtooth

Technologies, LLC.

Location: Various County

Roads between White

Salmon Washington and

Goldendale Washington,

with routes leading from

Goldendale to Ponderosa

Park and Maryhill. (See map

on file in the Public Works

Department)

A public hearing will be held

on Tuesday, July 5, 2011 at

1:30 p.m. in the

Commissioners' Chambers

in the Klickitat County

Courthouse, Goldendale,

Washington at which time

any person may appear and

be heard for or against the

proposed franchise.

Dated this 31st day of May

2011.

Rex F. Johnston, Chairman

Board of County

Commissioners (2307, 2404)

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE

Klickitat County Solid Waste

Advisory Committee

Meeting

June 15, 2011 at 1:30PM

Commissioners’ Chambers

County Courthouse,

Goldendale, WA

For more information call

509-773-2366

(2308)

KLICKITAT COUNTY

MITIGATED

DETERMINATION OF

NON-SIGNIFICANCE

Notice is hereby given that

Klickitat County issued

Mitigated Determination of

Non-significance (MDNS) on

June 6, 2011 under SEPA

Rules (Chapter 197-11

WAC) and the Klickitat

County Environmental

Ordinance Number 121084

for the following proposal:

SEP2011-10 – Applicant:

Herbrand Company (Dan

Miller, Representative) with

an application to divide

81.81 acres into 4 lots. The

property is located within a

portion of Section 4 and 5,

T3N, R12E, W.M., Klickitat

County, WA (Appleton vicinity).

After review of completed

environmental checklist and

other information on file the

Klickitat County Responsible

Official has determined that

this proposal will not have

probable significant adverse

impacts on the environment.

Copies of the MDNS are

available at the Klickitat

County Planning

Department during normal

business hours. Comments

or appeals on the above

environmental reviews will

be accepted until 5:00 p.m.,

June 24, 2011. Comments

shall be submitted to the

Klickitat County Planning

Department, 228 West Main,

MS: CH-17, Goldendale, WA

98620; appeals must be filed

with the Klickitat County

Auditor’s office. This is a

Class B project with an

appeal fee of $2,500 (See

classification decision).

(2309)

NOTICE OF ADOPTION

Notice is hereby given that

the Board of

Commissioners, Klickitat

County, Washington, adopted

revisions to zoning code

chapter 19.39 (Energy

Overlay Zone), through

Ordinance No. O053111, on

May 31, 2011.

The revisions clarify noticing

requirements for post-permit

actions and make a clarification

on technical advisory

committee reporting procedure.

Contact the Klickitat

County Planning

Department, 228 West Main

Street, MS-CH-17,

Goldendale, WA 98620 or

call (509)773-5703 for

copies, which are available

for review at the

Department, or will be

mailed upon request. (2310)

CITY OF GOLDENDALE

SUMMARY OF

ORDINANCE NO. 1405

On June 6, 2011 the City

Council of the City of

Goldendale, Washington

passed Ordinance No. 1405.

A summary of the content of

said ordinance provides as

follows:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE

CITY OF GOLDENDALE,

WASHINGTON, AMEND-

ING CHAPTER 8.45 OF

THE GOLDENDALE

MUNICIPAL CODE

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: June 6, 2011

Connie Byers, Clerk-

Treasurer


A12 —JUNE 8, 2011 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

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

5 Card of Thanks

My mom and I wish to

thank all the second floor

nurses for taking such

good care of her when she

was in the Providence

Hood River Memorial Hospital

on May 16-19, 2011.

Robin and Joan McReynolds

20 Personals

ABORTION? WHY?

CONSIDER ADOPTION

Warm, secure, loving home

available for newborn baby.

Please call 1-800-606-

4411, A-1141.

GOLDENDALE Pregnancy

Resource Center

509-773-5501

Pregnancy Counseling and

services, free pregnancy

self-tests, education on

abortion and alternatives.

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.

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 Wednesday night at

Hood River Alliance

Church at 2650 W.

Montello (off Rand Rd).

Dinner provided at 6:15

pm

and large group meeting at

7:00 pm. Childcare is

provided.

For more info. call

541-308-5339

Family Alzheimer's/Dementia

Support Group

Family members and

friends caring for individuals

with Alzheimer's disease

or a related dementia

are invited to participate in

our Dementia Support

Group. Come and gain

support and insight from

others who are going thru

or have gone thru this journey.

Join us monthly in a

caring environment to discuss

your challenges and

questions. Meeting held the

third Wednesday, every

month, at 3:00 pm at Flag-

Stone Senior Living at 3325

Columbia View Drive. For

more information about our

group, contact Bryan or

Jim at 541-298-5656. All

Welcome!

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

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: First Wednesday

of every month at 2 p.m.

Water's Edge, 551 Lone

Pine Blvd, 2nd floor

For information, please

contact Chad at

541.478.9338.

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

Sensibly). Tuesdays 9 a.m.

at Riverview Comm. Bank.

773-4766.

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

Sensibly), Thursdays, 6

p.m. at Riverview Comm.

Bank, 773-5411.

30 Lost & Found

BABY BOOK for Mathew

Keltner (age 9 years) found

in community clean-up

books, found Ashley's

Christmas card in Fred

Meyer parking lot. Call Jodie

at 541-298-1557 to describe

& claim.

FOUND: Sony digital camera,

May 28 on Hwy 14.

Call to identify camera or

pictures. 509-388-4549.

INSTRUCTION &

CHILD CARE

Preschool/Daycare

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

Child Care Providers .....37

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

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

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

Training & Opportunity...51

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

BUSINESS/

FINANCIAL

Business Opportunities .60

Investments & Loans .....65

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

Mortgages & Contracts..72

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

**NWCSD 21 is looking for

substitute bus drivers.

Training for behind the

wheel and testing to qualify

for a CDL & bus driver license

will begin July 11th.

Must have a good driving

record and meet all other

qualifications required by

State & Federal Regulations.

Applications may be

downloaded at

www.nwasco.k12.or.us or

picked up at 3632 West

10th Street in The Dalles.

EOEE.

Assistant Swim

Team Coach

The Dalles Swim Team is

seeking motivated, enthusiastic

applicants for this

part-time summer job.

Monday-Friday, 9:00 -

10:30 am, June 20 - August

14, some weekends. Salary

range $1,200-$1,400.

Must be able to obtain

CPR, First Aid and USA

Swimming Coaches Certifications.

Background

check, drug and alcohol

screening. Possible continuation

as winter swim

team coach. Full job description

available at

www.tdswimteam.org or

call Eric at 541-980-9839.

Position open until filled.

BANKING

CenterPointe Community

Bank is seeking a Commercial

Loan Officer in the

Hood River area responsible

for soliciting, underwriting

and coordinating the

closing of all types of loans,

including agriculture, commercial

and consumer - in

compliance with the Bank's

lending policies & procedures.

Proficient communication

and computer

skills are required. This position

also requires 2 - 4

years commercial lending

experience with knowledge

of all banking services,

strong credit and analytical

skills and is a self starter.

Apply today by sending

your resume (include salary

history) to CenterPointe

Community Bank, Human

Resources Manager, P.O.

Box 270, Hood River, OR

97031 or email to

hr@centerpointebank.com.

Equal Opportunity Employer.

Buy or Sell Avon

541-739-2111 or

541-993-2735

CAREGIVERS

Become a member of

an elite team of caregivers.

Bring joy, comfort

and assistance to

the seniors in our community.

Put the Gold

into their Golden years.

Experience preferred.

Warm heart essential.

Hearts of Gold Caregivers

800-604-9564

CARPET CLEANING

TECHNICIAN

F/T, Monday-Friday, 9-5

$12/hour DOE. Clean driving

record,organized, will

train. Call for more information,

509 493-1068.

CDL DRIVERS & FOOD

SERVICE, Stewart's Firefighter

Food Catering, Inc.

NOW HIRING for the following

positions: CDL Drivers

& Food Service. Help

feed the wildland firefighters.

If you enjoy camping

and hard work, please apply

online at

www.stewartsffc.com or

call 541-923-6936 to request

an application.

COFFEE SHOP & DELI

needs part time help willing

to work flexible hours and

weekends. Food Handlers

required. For application

call 541-467-2330.

CORRECTION

OFFICER

Klickitat County Civil Service

will be testing for the

position of Correction Officer

to work for the Klickitat

County Sheriff's Office.

Salary $15.65 to $19.22/

hour plus excellent benefits.

Public Safety Testing

administers our physical

and written examinations.

Please visit their website at

www.PublicSafetyTesting.

com or http://www.publicsa

fetytesting.com/> to apply.

CLASSIFIEDS

75 Help Wanted

General

Crane Operator

With NCCO credentials,

pay $25-28 p/h DOE. Laborer

$15 p/h Resumes to

HR Dept. 520 3rd Ct. Coos

Bay, OR 97420

CTE AGRICULTURE

EDUCATION

INSTRUCTOR

WHITE SALMON

VALLEY SCHOOLS

WHITE SALMON, WA

COLUMBIS HIGH

SCHOOL

AGRICULTURE

EDUCATION

INSTRUCTOR

Columbia High School is

seeking a .67 up to .83 FTE

depending on other Secondary

Education certifications

held in connection

with this available teaching

position.

Required Qualifications:

valid Washington State

reaching certificate with a

required CTE certification

in AgEd; with a preferred

Masters Degree in Agriculture

or a related field, for

the .67 FTE portion of this

position; or out-of state

teaching certificate with a

required CTE certification

in AgEd; with a preferred

Masters Degree in Agriculture

or a related field, transferable

to Washington

State.

Additional requirement information

and applications are

available online at http://

www.whitesalmonschools.org

or at the White Salmon Valley

School District office, 171 NW

Washington Street, PO Box

157, White Salmon, WA 98672,

509-493-1500. This position is

open until June 10, 2011 or

until filled. EOE

DINING SERVICE

DIRECTOR

Hood River Care Center in

Hood River, Oregon is

looking for an experienced

Dining Service Director

with a mixture of creativity,

skill and business sense to

be responsible for all aspects

of the Dining Service

Department in our skilled

nursing facility. DSD will

have knowledge of MDS,

scheduling & supervision,

ordering & inventory control

and cooking. Ideal candidate

will be a CDM from

an approved program or

have equivalent education

and/or experience. A background

in long term healthcare

or food service management

is preferred. We

offer competitive salary,

benefits and a positive

work environment. EEO/

AA. Please apply on-line at

www.prestigecare.com

Driver Wanted

Must have CDL hazmat,

tanker endorsement, have

clean driving record and

pass drug screening. Pick

up app at 3000 W. 2nd st

The Dalles, Oregon.

F/T FRONT DESK

STAFF

The Best Western Hood

River Inn is now taking resumes

for qualified, F/T

front desk staff. Must be

available for evening,

weekend, and morning

shifts. Candidates should

have prior customer service

experience, be personable,

professional, motivated,

and enjoy working

with the public. Typing and

computer skills are required,

as well as the abilit

y

to multi-task and problem

solve. Please apply in person

at 1108 E. Marina Way, Hood

River. No phone calls or walkin

interviews please.

Full time experienced

Cook wanted:

Must work weekends. We

offer: competitive wages

and benefits. Apply in person

at FlagStone Senior

Living, 3325 Columbia

View Dr., The Dalles, OR

FOSTER PARENTS

NEEDED

Wasco & Hood River

Counties. The Next Door

provides training, 24-hour

support, paid days off, and

$1300 per month tax-free

per child. Call Heidi today:

541-436-0303

Griffith Motors

Now Hiring

Motivated Sales People

to join our team selling

Honda, Toyota & Scion.

Full benefit package.

See Ed DePaepe, Sales

Mgr. at 523 E. 3rd St.

The Dalles, OR.

75 Help Wanted

General

GUEST SERVICE AGENT

Must be friendly, computer

literate & enjoy guest service.

3 pm to 11 pm, Tues-

Sat., FT. Apply in person,

Comfort Suites Hood River.

NO phone calls.

HELP WANTED: Sales Associate

position available.

If you are friendly & outgoing,

detailed & organized.

Then apply in person at

Sawyer's True Value. 500

E 3rd St. The Dalles.

HOUSE SITTER WANTED

in Goldendale. Must Love

Dogs!! Some days - some

over nights. No Smoking,

No parties. Contact Shyla

@ 209-769-6358.

HOUSEKEEPING SHIFT

SUPERVISOR

Provides direct leadership

& guidance to staff

to ensure that high level

of cleanliness, quality, &

service is achieved. Experience

required. Apply

in person at Hood

River Hotel 102 Oak St.,

Hood River.

Inside Sales/Driver, Airgas-

The Dalles. Sells gases,

welding equipment, safety

and other supplies. Makes

backup deliveries. Day

shift, competitive wages &

benefits. High school diploma

and Class B CDL required.

Apply online at

www.airgas.com

Klickitat PUD is now

accepting applications for a

skilled full-time technician

to work in our Information

Technology Department

and provide first level technical

support. This position

installs, maintains, troubleshoots,

repairs, and

upgrades PCs and related

peripheral equipment

throughout the Utility.

Seeking applicants experienced

with implementing

and supporting Windows

operating systems in an

enterprise network environment.

Current Microsoft

Certified Technology

Specialist: Windows 7 or

ability to obtain within six

months of hire. Additional

technical training, certifications,

or related degree is

desirable. Applications and

a detailed job description

are available online at

www.klickpud.com and at

the Goldendale Klickitat

PUD office. Please submit

written application to

Klickitat PUD, c/o Human

Resources, 1313 S.

Columbus, Goldendale, WA

98620, or by fax at 509-

773-4969. Position is open

until filled. EOE.

Klickitat PUD is now

accepting applications for a

highly skilled full-time technician

to work at our

Landfill Gas (LFG) project.

This position's primary

responsibility is to operate

and maintain the LFG

Combined Cycle

Generation Facility.

Applicants with a minimum

of 5 years of power plant

experience, along with previous

Journey level operating

or maintenance experience

in Boiler and Gas

Turbine power facilities, are

strongly preferred.

Applications and a detailed

job description are available

online at

www.klickpud.com and at

the Goldendale Klickitat

PUD Office. Submit written

application to Klickitat PUD,

c/o Human Resources,

1313 S. Columbus,

Goldendale, WA 98620 or

by fax at 509-773-4969.

Position is open until filled.

First round of applications

to be reviewed June 3,

2011.

EOELibrary Clerk I

(Teen Services

Assignment) - 20 hours

Salary Range: $13.09-

$15.63/hr plus pro-rated

benefits.

Performs assigned tasks

and clerical duties necessary

for efficient library operation.

Primary responsibilities

of this position are

assisting with the selection

of library materials for children's

and teen collections,

teen programming, assisting

patrons at the circulation

desk, placing orders

for new books, and shelving

books.

Knowledge of: General office

practices and procedures.

Library operation

and terminology desired.

Ability to:

Type with skill, data process

proficiently, organize

and prioritize work, then

complete work in a rapid

and efficient manner, file

materials accurately, communicate

effectively, both

orally and in writing, with

other employees and the

public, and push and pull

loaded book trucks.

Experience/Training guidelines:

High School diploma

or GED. Previous clerical

and library experience desirable.

Application and waiver

forms are available at the

City Clerk's Office, 313

Court Street, The Dalles,

OR or on the website

www.thedalles.org Applications

must be submitted

along with the Release and

Waiver form to: City Clerk's

Office by 5pm on June

21st. EOE

LINE COOKS

Everybody's Brewing is hiring

hardworking, enthusiastic

people. Experience a must.

Resumes 12-5, T-Sun.

75 Help Wanted

General

Love people? Hospitality

position Historic Balch Hotel

Dufur. Front desk,

wkends,over nights a must.

541-467-2277 for appt.

Mid-Columbia Community

Action Council is seeking

weatherization contractors

to perform jobs such as install

blown insulation and/or

batt insulation, doors and/

or windows. Jobs may include

repairs to roofing,

walls, and.or floors. All jobs

are assigned based on

competitive bidding, and

must follow both Davis Bacon

Act and American recovery

Reinvestment Act

compliance requirements.

All work will be inspected

and must meet the latest

CCB code, DOE and BPA

specs. Contractors must

have a current Oregon

Contractor's License, Lead

Safe Work Practices Certification,

Mold and Mildew

Remediation, and Liability

Insurance for $1,000,000

minimum. Contact MCCAC

at 541-298-5131, ext 301

or email

markm@mccac.com for

more details.

Middle School

Science Position

2011-2012 School Year

St. Mary's Academy, a private

Catholic school located

in The Dalles, OR is accepting

application for a

creative, "hands-on" middle

school science teacher.

Medical benefits and retirement

are included, practicing

Catholic preferred.

Must hold an active teaching

license. Applications

available at St. Mary's

Academy 1112 Cherry

Heights Rd. The Dalles,

541-296-6004 or @

www.stmarysacademythe

dalles.org

NIGHT AUDITOR

The Best Western Hood River

Inn is seeking qualified applicants

for the full-time position

of Night Auditor. Applicants

must possess

strong customer service

skills, incredible attention to

detail and have an outgoing

and friendly personality.

Previous customer service

and accounting experience

is desired. Wages DOE.

Please apply in person at

1108 E. Marina Way, Hood

River, OR.

OPEN POSITION:

Front desk/housekeeping.

Please pickup application

at Comfort Inn, 351 Lone

Pine Drive, The Dalles.

Oregon Cherry

Growers

MECHANIC

Experienced journey level

maintenance mechanic

with stainless steel fabrication

skills wanted for

thriving food processing

plant in The Dalles. Electrical

knowledge a plus.

Competitive wages and

benefits. Apply at 101 Madison,

The Dalles, OR 97058 or

send resume to PO Box 1577,

The Dalles, OR 97058. EOE.

Drug Free Work Place.

PART TIME COOK

Experience preferred. Apply

in person at 1850 Country

Club Road.

PART-TIME EXECUTIVE

DIRECTOR

For the Hood River County

Education Foundation. Application

deadline 6-14-

2011. See www.hrcef.org

for complete job description.

Call 541-231-7550 for

questions.

RECEPTION / SALES

Immediate Opening. Send

Resume to: 3399 Guignard

Drive, Hood River or Call

509-469-8678

RELIABLE CAREGIVERS

to assist adults w/developmental

disabilities. Training

provided. Growth opportunity.

503-594-1250 x13

Resident Manager

Team for 12 unit Motel;

Moro, OR, Responsibilities:

The ability to

provide excellent customer

service to all

guests during their stay;

Demonstrate and promote

a strong commitment

to providing the

best possible experience

for our guests; Coordinate

front office activities

to assure that

guest service standards

are met and optimum

number of rooms are

occupied; Balance cash

and credit card accounts

through verification;

Maintain and organize

work area and

lobby; Respond to

guest requests and follow

through to assure

satisfactory outcome

Compensation includes

salary, per room rented

incentive and 2 bedroom

apartment with all

utilities. Additional income

for persons wishing

to perform housekeeping

duties.

541-739-2501

SAGETECH

INDUSTRIES

IS NOW HIRING

HR Assistant

IT Technician

Apply Today!

sagetechcorp.com/hiring

75 Help Wanted

General

Sales

Branch

Management Trainee

The Dalles, OR area

Turn your drive into

leadership.

Springleaf Financial

Services is one of the

nation's largest consumer

finance companies

with 90 years of consumer

lending experience,

1100+ offices in 40

states, 5900 employees

nationwide and $19 billion

in assets. Our

world-class training program

will prepare you to

lead and develop a

branch office team,

champion the ultimate

customer experience,

and build current and

new customer relationships.

Promotional opportunities

begin during

your training.

Strong communication

skills and sales/leadership

exp. required. College

degree preferred.

Bilingual: English/Spanish

preferred. Join us

and enjoy great advancementopportunities,

competitive salary

and incentive compensation,

health insurance

(eligible day one)

and a diversified 401(k).

If you believe that this is

the right opportunity for

you, then wait no longer.

Please send or email

resume to:

Springleaf

Financial Services

Jeremy Herwweck

1248 W. 6th St., Ste. 200

The Dalles, OR 97058

Email:

Tracy.Stutz@slfs.com

www.springleaffinancial.

com.

EOE

SENIOR

PROPERTY APPRAISER

Klickitat County

Assessor's Office

F/T position, starts $20.05

to $22.57/hour. First review

6/13/11. Open until filled.

Visit www.klickitatcounty.org

for details and application or

call Personnel Department,

509-773-7171.

Sherman County Victims

Assistance Director, This is

a part time position. Salary

begins at $16.91and includes

part time benefits.

For application and job description

contact the Sherman

County DA's Office or

call 541-565-3534 for more

information. Please mail to

PO Box 393 Moro, OR

97039. Application or resume

due by 5pm June 3,

2011.

75 Help Wanted

General

SPORTS WRITER

Hood River News seeks an

energetic person to write

news and features on

scholastic sports, outdoor

and adventure sports, and

the people and activities

that make up the diverse

playground that is the Columbia

River Gorge. Starting

date (flexible) of June 1.

Coverage includes print,

video, and website. Photo

and computer-based design

skills required. This is

a 30-hour per week position

that will involve some

non-sports assignments.

Contact editor Kirby Neumann-Rea

at 541-386-

1234, ext. 211, or at

hrnews@hoodrivernews.com

75 Help Wanted

General

SUPERVISOR ASSESSOR

Klickitat County

Assessor's Office

F/T position, starts $22.53

to $25.35/hour. First review

6/13/11. Open until filled.

Visit www.klickitatcounty.org

for details and application or

call Personnel Department,

509-773-7171.

News reporter

The Dalles Chronicle, a

daily newspaper in the

Columbia River Gorge,

seeks an experienced

news reporter.

We're looking for a generalist

who can cover

local government, spot

news, enterprise, trend

reporting, features and

anything else that

comes through the

door, as well as independently

develop stories.

Must be able to

produce multiple stories

daily on a regular basis.

Must be self-directed

and able to work independently

and as a part

of a team. Page-building

skills in Quark Express

or other publishing programs

desired, but willing

to train. Photography

also a plus. Must be

willing to cross train on

a variety of different

news room assignments

for vacation and

absence coverage.

Ideal candidate will

have five years of reporting

experience on a

weekly or small daily.

Comprehensive benefit

package. EOE. Pre-employment

drug screening

and motor vehicle

driving record check required.

To apply, email resume

and professional clips to

kursprung@

thedalleschronicle.com

or mail to:

The Dalles Chronicle,

Kathy Ursprung,

Mmanaging editor

PO Box 1910, The

Dalles OR 97058.

Transportation

Coordinator

For Head Start school

bus drivers & bus assistants

in Hood River/

The Dalles. Three yrs.

school bus driving exp.

plus 2 yrs. managing

school bus transportation

systems, supervising,

training and routing.

$32,000 and up DOE,

excellent benefits. Visit

our website for complete

job description, requirements

and to apply

online at www.ocdc.net.

Or mail resume to: Oregon

Child Development

Coalition, Human Resources,

1300 West 9th

St, The Dalles, OR

97058. EQUAL OP-

PORTUNITY EM-

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Want ot work with DD clients?

Apply Online at

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(employment tab). FREE

TRAINING! $9.50/hr,

Mid-Col. area

We are hiring and yes we

will train the right individual

- Log on and check out

Jobs.Qnect.net for the

latest in jobs offered by

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Its Free to Post your Jobs!

75 Help Wanted

General

COOK

You could work anywhere.

You're called to work here.

Providence is calling a Cook,

On-Call.

Providence Hood River

Hospital, Hood River, Oregon,

is seeking an on-call

cook. The cook oversees

the delivery of meal service

to patients. Rotating/variable

shift, to include days,

evenings, weekends and

holidays. Required: High

school or equivalent. Food

Handlers Certificate or

Serv Save Certification

within 30 days of employment.

Prefer 1-2 years experience

in commercial

kitchen, previous cook experience.

Answer the call. Providenceiscalling.org

When applying online,

please reference job

#87320.

For more information

please contact Janis Rogers,

Recruiter, janis.rogers

@providence.org.

77 Help Wanted

Medical

CAREGIVER

PT/FT caregivers wanted.

Must be able to work all

shifts. Benefits avail. Criminal

background check &

drug screen req. Apply in

person at Parkhurst House

Assisted Living, 2450 May

St. Hood River.

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:

Registered Nurse:

Great opportunity for

energetic person in fast

paced SNF. For more

info, contact Rhonda @

541-296-2156 Ext 244.

EOE.

DENTAL ASSISTANT

POSITION AVAILABLE!

Local Dental Practice is

looking for a dental assistant.

Bilingual candidates

preferred. Great established

practice with a wonderful

benefit package and

highly competitive salary.

Fun place to work with a

great, experienced staff

and wonderful patient

group. Send resume and

cover letter by email to:

kidsmile@gorge.net or mail

to: 419 State Ave, Suite 4,

Hood River, OR 97031-Attn:

Human Resources

Dental Assistant, Th & Fr -

option for extra days (some

benefits). Fax Dr. Perry

541-298-4099 or

thedallesdentist@gmail.com

DENTAL HYGIENIST

Dental office seeks experienced

temporary Dental

Hygienist, 3-5 yrs exp./current

Oregon license req.

Must be an excellent team

player, self-motivated & patient

care focused. Position

may lead to FT. Pay DOE.

Fax resume to 541-386-5512

DENTAL RECEPTION

SCHEDULER

Bilingual Eng/Span required,

30 hrs/wk, benefits.

For details and to apply, go

to www.lcdcfh.org

• Physicians

• Nursing

• Clinical Staff

• Support Staff

To view all current

career opportunities

and to apply online go

to

www.mcmc.net

PATIENT SERVICES

REPRESENTATIVE

Skyline Hospital is accepting

applications for a F/T

Patient Services Representative.

This is a billing

and admissions position -

previous experience preferred.

Applicants must

have High School diploma

or equivalent, previous billing

experience, a strong

background in medical terminology,

a basic understanding

of the patient accounting

system, and have

general office/clerical skills.

We offer a competitive

wage and excellent benefits

package. Applications

available on our website:

www.skylinehospital.com or

through our front desk receptionist

at 211 Skyline Drive,

White Salmon, WA 98672.

PHONE 509-493-1101. FAX:

509-493-5114.

78 Help Wanted

Office

CLERICAL ADMINISTRATIVE

ASSISTANT I

Klickitat County Public Works

Part-time, $12.53/hour.

First review 6/17/11, open

until filled. Visit www.klickitat

county.org for details and application

or call the Personnel

Department, 509-773-7171.


GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON JUNE 8, 2011 — A13

78 Help Wanted

Office

SAGETECH

INDUSTRIES

IS NOW HIRING

Cost Accountant

Apply Today!

sagetechcorp.com/hiring

80 Positions

Wanted

In need of an Income. Marine

Outboard/Sterndrive

mechanic looking for employment.

Will work as mechanic's

helper in other

trades. Willing to learn new

trade or tech position.

Call 541-298-1493 or 480-

363-2620; ask for Mark.

Child Care Wanted ........

95

Diaper Services ...........

100

Adult & Elderly Care....

105

Travel &

Transportation

Car Pools .....................

110

Tickets .........................

115

Travel ...........................

120

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

122

Free

Ads

Call for

information.

773-3777

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

A n t i q u e s / C o l l e c t i bl e s

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

CLASSIFIEDS

Hood River

HR VALLEY ADULT CENTER

THRIFT STORE

Collectibles, Clothing

Furniture, Household

Shoes & more!

*Donations gladly accepted

*Support your senior

community*

Tues & Thurs, 9 to 12

Wed & Sat, 9 to 2

2010 Sterling Place, HR

HRVCC THRIFT SHOP

Every Wed, 9:00-3:00

Every Sat, 9:00-1:00

Clothing, $5 per bag.

New shipment of VHS

Tapes and books.

Donations accepted

when open

975 Indian Creek Rd., HR

The Dalles

ESTATE SALE Fri 6/10 8-4,

Sat 6/11 8-2, 2529 W 10th

St., Furniture (some

antique), W/D, Fridge,

Range, Tools and Lots of

Misc throughout house and

large shop. Come down

driveway, lots of parking in

field. Ruth Beecher Estate

Sales 541-296-6893 or

541-980-3200

Multi-family Yard Sale: Sat.

June 11, 8a-3p, 516 W.

16th St. Don't miss it!

White Salmon/

Bingen

DONATE

TODAY!

A STUFFED

ANIMAL TO

SKYLINE HOSPITAL ER

White Salmon, WA

TO COMFORT A SICK

OR SCARED CHILD

IT REALLY

MAKES A

DIFFERENCE

Other Washington

Cities

HIGH PRAIRIE FIRE-

HOUSE SALE reopening

for 13+ Miles of Yard

Sales event. June 11

(9-5) & June 12 (9-3)

Food Booth opens at

8:00 Location: 781 Centerville

Hwy, near Lyle,

WA Household, collectibles,

toys, tools,

garden, clothes & more

incl new donations.

135 Goldendale

GARAGE SALE, Saturday,

June 11, from 8-4.

172 Woodland Rd.,

Goldendale. Household

items, some furniture;

New 6x8 greenhouse kit,

Harbor Freight # 47712.

RETIREMENT yard sale -

antique guns, horse

troughs, tools, teacher

materials, clothing, misc.

627 Woodland Road,

Goldendale

Thurs-Sat, June 9-11;

8am to 4pm.

YARD SALE, Sat.,

June 11; Odd Fellows

Temple, 301 NW Second

St., Goldendale. 9-3;

household items.

140 Antiques &

Collectibles

COFFEE TABLE, circa

1940's art deco style. Extra

thick, green tint, 48" solid

glass top sits on a scrolled

wrought iron base. $75.

503-349-2800 Camas

FOR SALE: Toy soldier collection.

Many plastic collector

figures + playsets.

Wargaming figures & accessories.

Will sell in parts

or as a whole set. Many

historical periods covered.

If interested please call

Ken, 541-296-3479

155 Furniture

Best 2nd Hand

Mattresses in the

Gorge!

Twin matts from $40

Full matts from $50

Queen matts from $75

King matts from $150

*Rebuilt mattresses

also available!

Gorge Bedquarters

224 Terminal Ave.

The Dalles, OR

541-296-4341

**A Percentage of our

Monthly profit goes to

St. Vincent de Paul's

HOPE emergency

shelter in The Dalles.

160 Appliances

PROFESSIONAL sharpening

in the Gorge: Highquality

kitchen knives,

hunting knives, household

scissors, paper-cutter

blades, garden tools, and

more! 509-261-0161.

185 Firewood &

Stoves

LOG Loads of Juniper for

sale! Call 541-571-8170

for information.

195 Sporting

Goods

For Sale Winchester model

70 featherweight brand

new in the box, blued with

walnut stock. In rare caliber

325 wsm, with all paper

work and warranty card.

Will sell for $995.00 would

consider trades. Also have

other fine Winchesters

541-379-0976.

MARTIN Leopard compound

bow and case, All

new. Bow is 45-60# draw

w/ 80% letoff. There are extras.

$400 FIRM. 541-506-

0016, after 6pm.

Winchester Model 63 22LR

tube fed, semi-automatic,

tube feed in the rear stock,

holds 10 rounds. Date of

Manufacture 1953. 98%

condition. nice collectors.

$995 Call 541-379-0976

ask for Scott

215 Musical

Instruments

"ANTIQUISH"

PIANO

Beautiful refinished

"antiquish" piano, needs

tuning, great for beginner

student. FREE to anyone

who moves it safely from

Underwood home. No Saturday

calls or pickup.

Please phone 509-493-1351

or 541-490-3629.

250 Baby Items

DONATE

TODAY!

A STUFFED

ANIMAL TO

SKYLINE HOSPITAL ER

White Salmon, WA

TO COMFORT A SICK

OR SCARED CHILD

IT REALLY

MAKES A

DIFFERENCE

260 Books

INGLES sin Barreras,

Curso para aprender Ingles.

Como nuevo.

$1200. 541-370-5100

275 Misc. for Sale

BARRELS, burn and storage,

55-gallon, with lids,

$20. Call 503-453-7109,

ask for Ray, or 541-386-

2486.

280 Misc. Wanted

DONATE

TODAY!

A STUFFED

ANIMAL TO

SKYLINE HOSPITAL ER

White Salmon, WA

TO COMFORT A SICK

OR SCARED CHILD

IT REALLY

MAKES A

DIFFERENCE

WANTED: Used lawn

mowers, Push or riding,

Rototillers, Running or not.

For free or cheap. I will pick

up. 541-980-7760

280 Misc. Wanted

WE BUY

SCRAP GOLD

10K to 18K

Dental Gold-Platinum

Artisan's Jewelry

and Gallery

137 East Jewett

White Salmon

509-493-1333

282 Free/Give

Away

HOSPITAL bed, FREE!

You pick up. Call 541-400-

9640

286 $500 or Less

"BUTTONS" Gorgeous

flame point Siamese cat,

female, adult, rescued, affectionate,

spayed. indoors

only. Call Elizabeth, 541-

386-5099.

(9) 5 PANEL doors, fir,

mandel, stair railing, fir

t r i m ,

no paint, 1920's house

t r i m ,

$500, 541-993-1656.

1 Berringer keyboard, 3

channel 45 watts, $125.

541-980-9113.

10 LB NITROUS Oxide

system bottle with

mounting bracket, $100.

541-296-4416.

14 YEAR old well-trained

mare. Very gentle, anyone

can ride. $475.

509-773-7676.

1986 300 CI, 6-cyl. motor,

$100. 509-281-0442.

2 TOYOTA spare tires with

rims, $50. 541-980-4154.

28 concrete blocks.

15 decorative concrete

blocks. $40/ALL.

541-296-3116.

2yr old lawnmower asking

$100 or best offer. Call

541-340-9942 for info

The Goldendale Sentinel Business Directory • The Goldendale Sentinel Business Directory

Alpacas

BREEDING THE FINEST

goldenpinealpacas.com


(509) 773-6184


Visitors Welcome

Discover the

Alpaca Lifestyle

J &J BUILDING & R EMODELING

“Complete Construction Services”

Site Preparation

Driveways & Roads

Septic Systems

Excavation & Dump Trucking

Foundations & Flatwork

Concrete Sawing & Breaking

33 34 Years Of Experience

Building Custom Homes,

Additions & Remodeling

Pet Services

Construction

All Phases of Interior & Exterior

Professional Remodeling & Home Repairs

Framing • Counter Tops • Drywall • Vinyl & Laminated Flooring

Cabinets • Additions • Painting • Kitchens • Siding & Decks

Bathrooms • Windows • Tile Work • Doors

Randy L. Hoskinson

509-250-2267 • 509-773-5708

WA LIC# RANDYHS936K3

“A FAMILY TRADE FOR FOUR GENERATIONS”

JANS

BACKFLOW

TESTING

Order your

annual test at

1-877-278-5999 or

jansbft@yahoo.com

ccb#175290

Gail’s Pooch

Parlor

Professional

Dog

Groomer

All Breeds

Love your pet

but hate the shedding?

We now offer FURminator

shed-less treatment!

Call Gail for an Appointment

773-4494 or 261-1537

806 N. Glover Ave.

(509) 773-4113

Jim Cronin

Cell: (509) 261-1504

D A

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Construction

773-4007

“WE DO IT ALL!”

CALL FOR YOUR

FREE ESTIMATE

Home Improvement

Rain Gutter Systems

Gutter installation, repair & cleaning

Free estimates • Leaf Guard

Over 26 colors available

839 Hanna Rd. • Goldendale, WA 98620

(509) 773-3597

Licensed, Bonded & Insured

WA License #RAINGGS968PD

Photo Services

Golden Photo Services

117-A West Main, Goldendale

Portraits - On Locaton

* Passport Photos

Digital Prints * Enlargements

Photo Repair * Photo Cards

Scan photo/slide to CD*VCR to DVD

www.goldenphotoservices.com

Tel: (509) 772-2717

Custom Kitchens & Baths

Custom Homes & Designs

Garages & Pole Buildings

Steel Buildings

Demolition

Framing & Roofing

Cert. Manu. Home Installer

Jimmy Giese (509) 250-0184

Certified Manufactured

Jennifer Giese (509) 250-2718 Home Installers

CCB # WAJJBUIJB921LL

K

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T

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Engine Repair/Storage

Alexander’s Repair

Lawnmower, small engine,

generator sales and service

and outboard motor repair

Call now for spring tune-ups

(509) 773-7010 (509) 261-1431

3122 S. Columbus, Goldendale

Open M-F, 9 am to 6 pm/Sat 10 am to 2 pm

pm

buy it!

sell it!

find it!

in the Gorge

Classifieds

Carpet Cleaning Construction

Construction

M

o u n t a i n d a l e

a i n t e n a n c e What’s Missing?

More business for you

Carpet

Cleaning

if you’re not advertising in

The Goldendale Sentinel’s

Business Directory!

Call today!

509-773-3777

Top Notch

Underground

Sprinklers

Rototilling

Ditching Flail Mowing

Frost Free Hydrants

Lawns

Ty Olson 773-3846

or 250-0437

WA. UBI #603031776

PACIFIC EXCAVATION LLC

Motorcycle Repair

Quality Work Fair Prices

New Construction

Remodeling

Roofing

Jim L. McClellan

WA Lic. #MCCLEC*933BQ

Cell: 509-250-1906

Guaranteed

Construction

CRAFTON ROAD ROCK QUARRY

509-773-0448

All your development needs - Garages • Pole Buildings Concrete Remodeling Road Gr ading Road

Building Driveways Base Rock Pit Run Cr ushed Rock Red Sand Site Prep

Septic Systems Utility Ditches Land Clear ing Ponds and MORE!

Road Grader Dozer Track Hoe Lowboy Heavy Haul Back Hoe

Dump Trucks Belly Dumps Loaders

Randy & Penny Dyche •Goldendale, Washington WA LIC.PACIFEL 942JD

We take Visa, Mastercard & Discover

GOLDENDALE, WA

Service

Performance

Collision Repair

(509) 261-0701

(888) 259-3537

Factory Trained Harley Tech

KK-C Pharmacy

& K-C Corral

downtown Goldendale

Store Hours:

9 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays

9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays

104 W. Main, Goldendale

773-4344

Manufactured Homes

Columbia Homes

Serving Goldendale & Klickitat County

with quality homes since 1995

Competitive Pricing • Great Service Land/Home Packages

www.columbiamfghomes.com

The Dalles, Oregon

1-877-856-4663

1361 W. Second

Featuring:

Golden West

Health Care Health Care

2 SALES CENTERS TO SERVE YOU

Decks

Garages

Pole Barns

Reimche-Vu

Family

Dentistry

New Patients

Welcome

Call

(509) 773-CARE

Union Gap, Washington

1-877-446-0917

8 E. Columbus

(across from Jean’s Cottage Inn)

Featuring:

Marlette

Thrift Stores Tree Care

TThhrriiffttyy SSuuee’’ss

UUppssccaallee RReessaallee

• Clothes

• Collectibles

• Baby Clothes

• Toys

• Books

• Housewares

AND MORE

111 Columbus Ave

Let us help You

Build a

better business!

Call

The Sentinel

today!

509-773-3777

Carl

Karns,

Owner

Complete Tree Service

Chipping & Stump Grinding

Most Affordable in

The Gorge

(541) 490-0703

(509) 772-2760

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A14 —JUNE 8, 2011 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

286 $500 or Less

3-bike rear mount draftmaster

S76 bike carrier.

holds 1 tandem, & 2

regular(or 3 regular, it's adjust.

$425 541-300-9015.

4x8 utility trailor $250.00

541-544-2234 Wamic.

ADORABLE yellow male

lab pup for sale, Very cute,

Shots, Dew-clawed, Avail

now, $300. 503-551-8299

ALMOST new, heavy all

Oak rocker, with beautiful

detailing $95/OBO

541-298-6250

AMERICAN Civil War War

Gaming miniature collection,

$500 OBO. For more

info call 541-296-3479,

Ken. Leave message.

BATHROOM medicine

cabinet, mirrored with

shelves, new in box, $25.

509-493-1963.

BEDSET, full size, Sealy

Posturepedic w/early

American head/footboard.

$100. 509-773-4301.

BIKE, commercial quality,

recumbent, Norditrack,

very low hours, Nano hookup,

$250, 509-281-0715.

BIKE, Trek, young girls, 16"

tires, pink, hardly used,

good condition. Paid $300,

asking $100 OBO, 503-

523-7200.

BIKE, vintage, womens,

blue, Motobecane(French),

10-speed, mixte, 20"

frame, $35, 541-386-5775.

Blue Healer born 22 March

from good working parents.Moro

Oregon.

$150.obo 541-565-3090

BOAT trailer for 12'-14'

boat. New lights & slide

bumper for self load, $250.

509-281-0715

BRAND NEW Rolling

Walker with seat, basket

& brakes. $175/OBO.

541-965-1123

CANOPY, 78"x58"x20"

with 4 hold-downs, 3 slider

windows & lockable rear,

$80. 541-354-1399

CANOPY, full size with

back doors, $300. 541-

544-3002

CatGenie completely automatic

cat box, no more

scooping! Runs great!

Need water hook up for

use. $100. 541-980-0419.

CHEVY LT1 motor, with

700 R4 transmission, $500,

541-399-6519 after 6 p.m.

CHILD carrier, Kelty Kids

hiking backpack, $75, 541-

387-4752.

COFFEE TABLE, circa

1940's art deco style. Extra

thick, green tint, 48" solid

glass top sits on a scrolled

wrought iron base. $75.

503-349-2800 Camas

COINS: Eisenhower dollar

collection. Every IKE dollar

ever minted. 32 coins proof

and un-circulated in cherry

wood case. $400.

509-773-7875

COMPUTER, Dell PC,

Pent 4, 1 GB Ram, 40 GB

HD, CD-R/W, XP/Word,

Games, $100. OBO

541-296-3440

COWBOY boots, men’s

size 8-1/2EEE. $50. 509-

773-4508.

Crib Bedding Set.

Quilt,bumper, bed skirt,

curtains, diaper stacker,

deco pillow. English garden/Victorian.$65.

541-980-4734.

Daystar Comfort Ride.

Complete suspension, 2«"

lift kit. New in box. $175.

509-767-1539

DESSERT plates and

cups, glass, oval shape

with molded cup holder. approximately

60 sets, $1.00/

set. 509-493-2161, ASK

FOR BEV.

DINING table with 4 chairs,

30" x 48", top is natural

wood color, legs and chair

backs are dark green,

$100, 541-298-2971.

DOORS, solid wood,

interior, (4). $300.

541-980-7740.

DRYER, Whirlpool, white,

gas, works great, $100, delivery

available. 509-493-

4266 or 509-281-0276.

Electric Lawnmower 20" w/

grass catcher, bought new

Aug of 2010 for $250. Offering

for $125. Power cord

avail. 541-296-3212.

ENTERTAINMENT center,

all wood, light color, opening

for TV: 27"x25",

shelves for storage, good

cond. $50. 509-493-1678.

STATEWIDE CLASSIFIEDS

WEEK OF JUNE 6, 2011

This newspaper participates

in a statewide classified ad

program sponsored by the

Washington Newspaper

Publishers Association, a

statewide association of

weekly newspapers. The

program allows classified

advertisers to submit ads for

publication in participating

weeklies throughout the

state in compliance with the

following rules.You may submit

an ad for the statewide

program through this newspaper

or in person to the

WNPA office. The rate is

$255 for up to 25 words,

plus $10 per word over 25

286 $500 or Less

FANCY and Flower: shy 3year-old

cats, sweet, black

TWINS, indoor, spay,

shots/wormed, Luk. check,

adults, no dogs. 541-386-

3776.

FLOOR LAMP w/ 5 Lights,

Marble base, $50.

541-296-2516

FORD motor, '84, 2.8 liter,

V6, complete with exhaust,

hear it run in the 4x4, RAM

rebuild, $475 OBO or

trade, 509-364-3304.

FREE PUPPY. Female, 8

weeks old. Blue Heeler

crossed with Border Collie

mix. 541-993-8889.

FREE: alpacas for 4-H projects/pets.

We have several

Suri alpacas available

that are 1 to 2 years old.

FREE to a good home.

509-433-7874.

GENERATOR, Robin engine,

Multi-Quip 2300R.

$500 obo. 509-250-1005.

GPS-Garmin Nuvi 265WT,

with blue-tooth, new with

dash/windshield mount.

Has "Traffic Alert". $85.

541-296-3233.

GRABER vertical blinds,

(2) white, valances. 1 fits 8'

patio door, other fits 4'x8'

window. $50/both or sell

separately. 541-386-2668

HARLEY Davidson touring

Road Zepplin air adjustable

seat, fits '08 later, except

FLHXXX, like new, $500,

541-806-0731.

HAY mower, 6 ft. sicklebar

- 3 point hookup, works

good. $350. 509-773-5444.

HOBART Kitchenaid Mixer

w/hook, paddle, whip &

bowl. $65. 541-300-0683.

HONDA 3 wheeler, '84.

Runs excellent, only needs

the cushion for the seat,

starts with 1 or 2 pulls,

$400, 541-354-2185.

HP INK cartridge combo

pack, 2- #92 black, 1- #93

tri-color, $25. 541-354-

1059

HUTCH large. Shelves

w/sliding doors & open

adjustable shelves.

Old & painted. $200.

541-296-2389.

J O I N T E R / P L A N E R ,

Craftsman 6" professional,

$150. 541-490-5645.

Large woodstove in great

shape for garage or shed

asking $100 or best offer

please call 541-980-9465.

LEATHER Jacket, ladies

Medium. Gorgeous maroon,

tailored, no tears,

stains or odors. $35. 541-

352-3523.

LOUIS LAMORE BOOKS

130 paperbacks. $80. 509-

899-4647

LUMBER rack, heavy duty

pipe style, fits 6' pickup

bed, $250, 541-490-4256.

Male Long coat chihuahua,

needs loving home without

other dogs. Asking $150.

Born March 2005 Not fixed

541-442-8502

MAYTAG self clean oven,

ceramic top. $300.

541-980-9799.

MERCURY outboard, 7.5

hp, $350 obo.

541-993-1090.

MICRO SUEDE sage

colored sofa, in good

condition, like new, paid

$900 asking $150.

541-965-2781

MOTORCYCLE touring

seat, Harley Davidson

Road Zepplin, air adjustable,

fits 08-later models

except FLHXXX, like new,

$500. 541-806-0731.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

collection, 1966-2008

+ extras. $150/All.

509-365-3607 Sunday thru

Thursday calls only.

NECKLACE, crystal beads,

double strand, 13", $10.

541-386-6755

OAK DRESSER, with 4

drawers that are dovetailed,

$50.

541-296-8758.

OUTBOARD motor, Johnson

6 HP, LS, 2 stroke, two

6-gallon fuel tanks. $350.

541-806-2318

PRE-SCHOOL table and

some chairs, 6'x2.5'x20"

tall. Plus, bed mats with

covers. Plus, spring horse

and Step-2 fire truck, Even-

Flo Home Decor oak children

walk-through gate,

$120/TAKES ALL. 509-

493-1466.

CLASSIFIEDS

286 $500 or Less

QUEEN mattress & box

spring w/wooden headboard.

Vanity-style w/ mirrors,

drawers, $450. 541-

386-3549 or 541-806-1407

RAINBOW vacuum, w/attachments.

For floors and

rugs. $125. 360-903-6002,

Goldendale.

RECORDS, '78s in exc.

cond., Will Rogers, Edward

R. Murrow, Benny Goodman,

Irving Berlin, etc. $50

OBO. 541-354-2661

RIDGID wet/dry Shop Vac,

4 gallons, $20. 541-490-

1137

RIDING lawn mower, $350.

541-980-7760

ROLLTOP DESK, oak,

46"h x 54"w x 29"d, excellent

condition, $300. 541-

380-1676.

SANDALS, Birkenstock,

nearly new, womens 8 to 8

1/2, $39. 509-493-3808.

SAVAGE MODEL 170

PUMP 30/30 $300.00 OBO

call for more info

509-840-1993.

SEARS 2 in water pump,

Horizonal 1/2 HP elect.

motor. $75. 541-980-0631

after 6pm.

SET of 4 tires, Zexius

225/60 R16, $100.

509-314-0946.

SHOPPING cart cover, or

for high chair, like new, in

box, Jeep brand. $10. 541-

386-1371.

SLIM is about a year old,

and likely a Greyhound

mix, and what a handsome

boy he is! Very playful,

loves everyone, great with

other dogs, and calms

down nicely, too. Adopt A

Dog 541-354-1083

SOFA, Ethan Allen, excellent

condition, tan with soft

pattern, neutral colors,

non-smoking, $175 OBO,

541-387-8847.

SOLID oak desk, 57 Inches

long, $150/OBO. Good

shape. 541-380-0577

TABLE loom, Dryad Leicester,

antique, 29-inches

wide, all wood, working

condition, $200. 509-395-

2421.

TABLE, utility, metal frame,

2 board shelves,

24"x48"x36"h, adjustable,

$15. 541-386-1913.

TERRA COTTA WARRI-

OR, half-life size replica of

Chinese kneeling archer,

bought in Xian, perfect condition,

$400, 509-281-

0842.

TIRES, (4) 185/60-R14

82H Zeiuz on AMC wheels,

4 hole pattern, brand new,

$200. 541-386-6502.

TIRES, new (2) 185/70P13,

$150 OBO. 541-386-3360.

TRAMPOLINE netting &

pad for 12' trampoline. 2

nets, 1 pad, $175. 541-

386-5377.

UPRIGHT FREEZER,

works good. $75.

541-340-9101.

VACUUM cleaner, Rainbow,

with attachments,

$300. 509-637-3684.

VITA-MIX blender, white,

$65. 541-300-0683.

WEAVING LOOM for table

top, 24 inches. $250.

541-296-1881.

WOODEN walking chair

and kids wooden walking

horse, both needs a little

TLC $20 each/OBO

541-296-2836

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

295 Pets &

Supplies

SLIM

is about a year old, and

likely a Greyhound mix,

and what a handsome boy

he is! Very playful, loves

everyone, great with other

dogs, and calms down

nicely, too.

Adopt-A-Dog

541-354-1083

Shy 3-year-old cats, sweet

black TWINS, indoor,

spay, shots/wormed, Luk

check, adults, no dogs.

l541-386-3776

bemine.petfinder.com

"BUTTONS"

Gorgeous flame point Siamese

cat, female, adult,

rescued, affectionate,

spayed, indoors only.

Call Elizabeth

541-386-5099

PURRFECT FIT

CAT ADOPTION

purrfect-fit.petfinder.com

YELLOW

LAB PUPPIES

COMING SOON, $600

Both males and females,

available approximately

June 1st.

Come see, put in request

and pay deposit

of $100, to hold.

509-493-1871

541-806-3597

310 Hay, Feed,

Straw

HAY for sale, new crop,

small bales. Grass $120/

ton; Alfalfa $160/ton. $10

discount in field. Call Matt,

509-250-3755.

HAY, Grass hay, covered

in stacks, $100/ton.

509-773-5265.

315 Food, Meat,

& Produce

EGGS, farm fresh, cage

free, happy hens. Blue,

green, and brown, $3/dozen,

2874 Paasch Dr., Hood

River or 541-386-8700.

FRESH local Dallesport

Asparagus. $1.50 lb.

509-767-4774.

Sandoz Farm Stand

Come to the farm for the

freshest vegetables. Experience

what a radish

tastes like the day it is

picked. We have steaks

and burgers for the BBQ,

choose from our full selection

of naturally raised beef

and pork. 5755 Mill Creek

Rd, The Dalles . Wed-Sat.

11-6pm. Sun 11-4pm.

320 Plants &

Nursery Stock

DAHLIA GRAB BAGS!

10 tubers/$5.00

Available now at

The Gorge White House

2265 Hwy 35,

Hood River

541-386-2828

www.thegorgewhiteho

use.com

DAHLIA TUBERS

Mixed colors, .50 each.

541-354-1893

SWEETWOOD

NURSERY

Trees & shrubs

Mon - Fri, 1-5

Sat, 8-5, closed Sun.

1284 Hwy 141

White Salmon, WA.

509-493-1907

325 Farm &

Orchard Equip.

1964-75 Massey Ferguson/150

diesel, 3444 hrs.,

H & L 3 spd, 3 point w/pto &

3 imp's./blade, plow & giant

G-rake. $4000 OBO. 509-

281-0509.

Bee Swarms Wanted!

541-296-5817

INTERNATIONAL 5000

diesel Windrower, 14 ft.

header w/conditioner, rock

guards, new tires, runs

good. $4,000. Goldendale,

509-773-4196.

IRRIGATION PIPE hand

lines. 25 - 3" x 40'lines, 1/2

straight, 1/2 not straight, w/

risers & sprinklers. T's,

90's & assorted fittings.

$1000. 509-899-4647.

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

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HOOD RIVER

190 sq. ft. office, $210.

300 sq. ft. office, $210.

400 sq. ft. office, $375.

750 sq. ft. retail mall, $750.

870 sq. ft. retail mall, $800.

1068 sq. ft. office, $885.

1450 sq. ft. retail, $1100.

Various dry storage units

Chuck Beardsley, 541-386-

5555, Hershner & Bell Realty

HOOD RIVER. 750 sq. ft.

at 1208 Belmont, Suite B,

includes parking lot, 541-

386-2001.

HOOD RIVER, LIGHT IN-

DUSTRIAL, OFFICE, OR

RETAIL. 3200 Sq Ft., Wasco

Street. A/C, Carpet, Private

Restroom w/shower,

conference room. $.90/SF

includes utilities. 541-490-

1220

LIGHT INDUSTRIAL SPACE

HOOD RIVER

Short or long term. Excellent

downtown location,

corner of 4th and Columbia,

one block from post office,

2 blocks from Oak

Street. Flexible amount of

space, 1200-1800 sq. ft.

18' ceilings, loading dock,

shared UPS shipping, if

needed. 98› per sq. ft. plus

utilities. Email

ogo@gorge.net or 541-

490-2274.

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-

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telephone number for the

hearing impaired is 1-800-

927-9275.

STORE front space for

lease & Office space!

541-298-7015

330 Business

Rentals

The Dalles 850 sq ft,

$750/mo. Inc. utils,

Columbia Court Mall,

107 E 2nd. 541-298-8903

4 Office complex, $500/

Mo., 541-298-8903

Storage:Ã 400 Sq. Ft.,

$150/Mo. 541-298-8903

THE DALLES Commercial/

Retail/Light Industry, 2937

E. 2nd St., The Dalles:

ÃUnit #2 & 3, 2400 Sf.,

ÃUnit #6, 720 Sf.,

ÃUnit #8, 1675 Sf.,

ÃUnit #9, 1175 Sf.,

541-993-4689

335 Apartment

Rentals/OR.

The Commodore II Apartments

in The Dalles, 312

Court Street is now accepting

applications for federally

funded housing. Studio

& 1 bdrm 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. Professionally managed

by The Neel Management

Team Inc.

THE DALLES, 1 Bdrm, W/

S/G pd., No pets, $475/

Mo., $500 Dep.

541-298-7015

THE DALLES: ** affordable

housing** Ask about our

move in special. 2 bdrm

town houses with balconies.

All appliances, coinop

laundry, carport available.

Starting at $590/mo.

541-298-1076.

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: 1 br apt

available now. $650 mo/All

utilities paid. $400 dep/negotiable.

541-490-2262

GOLDENDALE, Nice furn.,

1 Bdrm, W/D, Direct TV

paid, No pets/smoking, 2

Miles out of town, $550/Mo

+ $550 Security dep.,

509-773-7875

GOLDENDALE: (3) 2bdrm.

apts., furnished or

unfurnished; 123 N.W.

High Street. 509-773-3816.

MURDOCK, 2 Bdrm, W/S/

G Pd., No pets, $650/Mo.,

541-993-1342

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.

WISHRAM, 1 Bdrm w/ carport,

Small quiet complex,

$300/Mo. + First/Last +

Dep. 206-824-5231

355 Duplexes,

Four-Plexes/OR

ODELL. 3 bdrm, 2 bath duplex.

Garage, fireplace,

DW, $900/mo., incl W/S/G,

references, first/last/deposits,

541-490-8273 or

541-490-4836.

THE DALLES, 2 Bdrm,

Upper unit, W/S/G pd., W/

D hookup, Fresh paint,

New lights, Appliances,

Bathroom floor, A/C, $650/

Mo., 912 1/2 Union St.,

Outside will be painted

soon! No pets. 541-296-

3395.

THE DALLES, 2 Bdrm, 1

Ba duplex, Clean, Updated,

Quiet, W/D, Garbage included.

$750/mo. + dep.

541-993-6063

THE DALLES, Triplex, River

view, large 2 Bdrm, 1«

Ba, W/S/G paid. $800/mo.

$950/dep. 2 bdrm, 1 ba, W/

S/G paid, storage room,

$750/mo. +$950/dep. One

year lease required on

units. No smoking/ pets.

541-993-2972 or email

unclebuck@gorge.net

Statewide Classifieds

360 Duplexes,

Four-Plexes/WA

GOLDENDALE: 306 W. Allyn

#1, 1 bd. duplex. All appliances

included. $415/

mo., Call Dale: 1-503-473-

4956, Hotline: 1-503-783-

0444 or Office: 1-503-612-

6 6 2 8 .

www.resourcesnorthwest.

com

GOLDENDALE: 316 W. Allyn

#6, 2 bd. cottage, w/d

hookup; appliances inc.,

has 1 fruit tree. $465/mo.,

Call Dale: 1-503-473-4956,

Hotline: 1-503-783-0444 or

Office: 1-503-612-6628.

www.resourcesnorthwest.

com

WHITE SALMON. 2 bedroom

cottage, great location,

neat and very clean.

No smoking, no pets. $650/

month. 509-281-1055 or

509-493-2208.

365 House

Rentals/OR

DUFUR: Spacious newer 4

BDRM, 2 BA, 2 Living

area's on treed country

acreage. Huge Master

Bdrm w/garden tub, pantry,

dishwasher, fridge! Could

be rented furnished!

$ 1 3 9 5 /

mo unfurnished. $1895/mo

furnished. Contact:

541-993-7372.

HOOD RIVER. 4 bdrm, 2.5

bath, appliances included,

brand new home, great location,

no smoking/pets,

$1200 per month + utilities.

541-399-1171.

HOOD RIVER

2 Bed loft, views, $1400

3 Bed, views, $1800

CASCADE LOCKS

3 Bed, garage, $800

THE DALLES

Studio, $395

1 Bed, W/S/G, $475

3 Bed, 2 ba, $1100

Gorge Rentals

541-387-4080

www.GorgeRentals.com

HOOD RIVER Heights, 2

bdrm, 1 bath home, remodeled,

includes lawn

care, new W/D & applces,

shed, .25 ac. No smoking,

pet negotiable, 6 mo. lease,

1st + $500 dep. $995 mo. +

utils. 541-399-3845

John L. Scott Prpty Mgmt

www.JLSRentals.com

541-298-4736

3 Bd Apt TD $775

3 Bd Duplex TD $800

3 Bd Twnhse HR $1175

ROOM 4 rent in the country,

15 Min approx to The

Dalles in Dufur! Spacious

newer home w/ 2 living

area's & big screen tv;

deer, elk, pheasant, quail,

seasonal creek, pens &

more! $395/mo. cleaning &

laundry could be arraigned,

possibly cooking too!

541-993-7372.

ROWENA 3 bedroom, 1

bath, fenced yard, pets ok,

$900 mo. without applces.

$1000 mo. with applces.

plus $900 dep. 541-806-

0495

THE DALLES: Newer large

5th wheel. Will carry contract

$8000. Live in Park

with pool. 503-806-0347.

THE DALLES 2 bedroom,

1

bath, charming house with

large front porch, 1412 E.

10th TD. Large living room

with fireplace, new bath,

jetted tub, and tons of extra

space in the full basement

(not bedroom space).

$895/mo. 541 490-1437.

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Rentals/OR

THE DALLES, great Eastside

neighborhood, spacious

3 bdrm, 1.5 bath,

1650 square feet, heat

pump/AC, hardwood floors,

appliances, gas fireplace.

clean basement and garage.

Security system, front

& backyard w/sprinkler

system and nice back

deck. Utility room with/W/D

HU. No pets/no smoking.

1st/last/dep/1 year lease.

$995/month. Call to schedule

a viewing. 503-325-

8121 or 253-261-2516.

The Dalles, Very Spacious

2bed/2bath New paint carpet

& shower, refinished

bath tub, large yard, carport,

shed. Fridge, dishwasher,

stove microwave

washer dryer hook up.

1616 I St. behind middle

school. $1050 mo, $1000

sec dep 541-806-1792

WASCO, Country living in

Sherman County. Gordan

ridge; top of Fulton canyon,

10 Acres, Fenced, Modern

ranch house, 3 Bdrm, 3.5

Ba, Living room, Dining

room, kitchen, Finished

basement w/ bath, 3 decks,

hot tub, 4 stall barn & corals,

Veg. garden, 2 wells,

$1200/Mo., 208-241-1349

or 208-241-4117

370 House

Rentals/WA

APPLETON: Very private

2 bdrm., country home, 12

mi. above Lyle. Heavy

snow area, 1 acre yard.

Laundry hookups, no

garage. $600/mo.

509-365-2173.

GOLDENDALE: 1 bdrm.

furnished cottage, 11 mi.

North of Goldendale. $495/

mo., all util. inc. No pets.

No smoking. 509-773-

4434.

GOLDENDALE: 3 bd., 1

ba. Living room, family

room, garage, fenced private

back yard, downtown.

$800/mo., $500 refundable

dep. 1st mo. & ref. req'd.

Available now. Carrie at

509-773-4351.

GOLDENDALE: Large 2

bd., 2 ba., extra rooms,

garage, on 20 acres. $750/

mo., 1st/last/dep. Ref.

req'd. No smoking. 509-

493-4525.

John L. Scott Prpty Mgmt

www.JLSRentals.com

541-298-4736

3 Bd House WS $1,000

3 Bd House WS $3,750

2 Bd House Carson $725

3 Bd House Gdale $915

2 Bd Apt Lyle $545

1 Bd Apt Bingen $525

LYLE, 3 bedroom, $845/mo

plus deposit. Heat pump.

No pets. Water and sewer

incl. 408-646-9466

WHITE SALMON. 1 bdrm,

Snowden area, wood heat,

pets negotiable, water/

trash/snow removal included,

$600/mo. 509-493-

4199.

WISHRAM, 3 Bdrm, 1 Ba,

Avail July 1, $700/Mo. +

$550 dep. + 1st/last, Pets

upon approval. 509-748-

2699

Senior Housing

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.

Beautiful views, owner

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GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON JUNE 8, 2011 — A15

375 Mobile Homes/

Oregon

HOOD RIVER 4 bdrm, 2

ba, 1875 sq. ft. wrap-around

deck, animals welcome

w/dep. Pasture avail.

$950 mo. + dep. No smoking.

Pine Grove, off Paasch

Dr. 509-364-3598 or 541-

806-5889.

THE DALLES, Large

mobile home space for rent

in local mobile home park,

For info please call

541-298-5609 or

541-296-9292

385 Rentals

Wanted

LOOKING for an apt. in

Hood River. Can pay up to

$500 mo. I'm a Christian

male, 59. Call Dade 541-

806-0685.

WANTED: Room to share

or use of house during the

week within a 15-mile radius

of Hood River. Should

not exceed $400/mo., including

utilities Non-smoker,

clean, cooks, no pets,

and employed full time.

971-241-4401

395 Room Rentals

THE DALLES room for

rent, Furnished, Centrally

located, $450/mo + $250

dep or $45/per night,

or $175/per week.

509-281-1048

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

420 Acreage

& Lots

HOOD RIVER, 2.5 acres,

monutain views, perk tested

and ready to build, utilities

at property, located

Hood River westside

Terms available. $299,000.

541-806-0703

Getmore

eyes

onyour

ad,

placeitin

the

Gorge

Classifieds!

420 Acreage

& Lots

PUBLISHER'S NOTICE

All real estate advertising

i n

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.

435 Real

Estate/OR

DUFUR, F.S.B.O. Ranch

style house, stick built. Sits

on a 1/4 acre lot in the

beautiful Dufur valley. Two

bedrooms, one bathroom.

1264 square feet. Open

floor plan.Bonus room,

mud room. Heat pump, fire

place. Deaded direct view

of Mount Hood.House has

a country setting,yet is

close to downtown Dufur

and Dufur School.House is

on a paved road. ASKING

140K. 541-980-1132

HOOD RIVER

Mt. Hood and Adams

Views from one

property! Unbelievable

3.97 ac. building site in

rural HR. Level and well

groomed with irrigation

rights. $325,000

Mt Hood Realty Co.

(541) 352-7789

PARKDALE

3 bdrm 2 ba Home

on 4.5+ fenced acres.

Features a pond with

gorgeous gazebo and a

shop with several

outbuildings. Offered at

$430,000

Mt. Hood Realty Co.

(541) 352-7789

THE DALLES, 3 Acre

farm, East side, 1500 sq

ft brick home, New roof,

Plus storage buildings,

Exc. cattle or horse

ranch! Possible fruit orchard

or grapes. Some

farm machinery possible.

Future subdividable.

Fantastic views,

Possible trade or seller

assisted financing.

541-298-8873

THE DALLES: Newer large

5th wheel. Will carry contract

$8000. Live in Park

with pool. 503-806-0347.

437 Real

Estate/WA

1 BDRM., 1 ba. home w/

formal liv. rm., lg. fam. rm.,

(possible 2nd bdrm?);

formal dining rm., open

kitchen w/lots of storage;

heat pump w/AC; wood

stove, garage & carport.

$99,000. Ward Nelson,

broker, NW Realty Group,

541-490-6769.

CLASSIFIEDS

437 Real

Estate/WA

CENTERVILLE: 2 bd., 1

ba. home on almost 2

acres. Siding, roof & well

upgraded. Currently remodeling

interior (paint,

drywall, cabinets,

appliances). Some work

needed on fencing & septic.

$50,000 or owner will

carry contract w/half down.

Or half cash/half trade for

5th wheel or ?

541-220-4548.

GOLDENDALE: FSBO 3

bd., 1.5 ba. on 1 level, 1500

sq. ft., corner lot, 2 car att.

garage w/shop, new carpet,

hardwood floors, master

bdrm. & ba.

412 Sanders Way.

541-980-7210, Dale.

LIVE IN THE COUNTRY

FSBO, 20 fully fncd acres,

2006, 1450 sq. ft. MH,

3 bdrm, 2 bath,

30' x 40 ' barn.

6 mi. W. of Centerville, WA.

$199,000.

541-490-4787 or 541-490-4792

445 Manufactured

Homes/OR

THE DALLES, View Point -

Small community overlooking

the river and Mt.

Hood. Very clean 2 Bedroom,

1 1/2 Bath, Extra

large open living/dining/

kitchen area. Great neighbors

and view, Watch the

Barges and Sternwheelers

pass by! 14 x 80 Home in

good condition. $22,000/

Negotiable. 541-288-7267

The Dalles, Must see Inside!

Beautiful 05 Manf. Home 4 bd,

2 bth, Family Rm. Big Kitchen.

Patio. Easy Care landscaped,

fenced lot. 2 sheds. Heat

Pump. 1800 sq ft. Handicap

Access. 1024 Home St. Asking

$159,000 Call 541-993-5477 or

541-993-5466

THE DALLES, 3 Bdrm, 2

Ba, Small fenced back

yard, In Pomona Meadows,

1999 Goldenwest,

$128,000. 541-296-1259

THE DALLES: Newer large

5th wheel. Will carry contract

$8000. Live in park

with pool. 503-806-0347.

447 Manufactured

Homes/WA

73«' X 13' Guerdan single

wide. Super good cents &

like new. 2 bdrm, 1 bath. All

electric, stove & fridge included.

You move.

$20,000. 509-773-4808.

452 Condos/WA

541-490-2720

Photo of House

STEVENSON FSBO

Condo Unit #1, 1527 sq. ft.,

3 bdrm, 2.5 ba, built in '08,

kitchen, dining rm & office.

Completely furn., built-in

TV's, Hunter Douglas

blinds. Great view from

both levels.

Must see to appreciate.

$247,500. 541-490-2720

AUTOMOTIVE

Aviation ........................455

RV's & Travel Trailers ...460

Canopies & Campers ..465

RV Rentals...................470

RV Parts & Supplies ....475

Boats, Motors, Supplies

480

Personal Watercraft .....481

Snowmobiles ...............485

Motorcycles, ATC's &

ATV's 490

Utility Trailers ...............495

Heavy Equipment ........500

Misc. Auto ....................505

Auto Parts & Supplies .510

Autos Wanted ..............515

Sport Utility Vehicles....525

Pickups & Trucks .........530

Vans & Utility Vehicles .535

Antique & Classic Autos

538

Automobile...................540

460 RVs &

Travel Trailers

'06 LANCE 845 shortbed

truck camper, in excellent

condition and stored under

cover, $12,999. '07 GMC

2500HD LT, extra cab,

shortbed diesel, 4WD, 19K

miles, also available. 541-

806-2605 or scottiemax@

embarqmail.com

'2008, 31' SUNDANCE 5th

Wheel, 3 slides, clean,

good condition, local owner,

$25,000. '04 Ford F250

Extend. cab Pick Up also

avail. with hitch. 503-260-

8429 or 503-505-2864.

1999 SUNNYBROOK 24foot

fifth-wheel, $8100.

1999 Dodge Ram 3500,

duallie, $6100. For both,

$14,000. 541-399-3876

2000 LaKota, 29 Ft. 5th

Wheel, Fiberglass, Double

slide, Beautiful oak cabinetry,

Like new cond., Air,

Awning, $13,900 (Also

Ford Diesel truck; $5,995)

541-298-8873

2006 EVEREST 5th wheel,

293P, 32 ft., 2 slides, alumacore,

fiberglass,

$32,000. Also available, '03

FORD F350, crew cab,

4x4, diesel, 41K, dual rear

wheels, with hitch. Both

ultra clean, plus condition.

Call for info, 509-493-1617.

29 FT LAYTON 5th wheel,

brand new tires, new hot

water heater, new refrigerator.

541-980-1075.

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Mountaineer, North Trail,

Outback, Residence, Resort,

Sandstorm, Denali,

MPG, Onyx, Passport, Silver

Creek, Rubicon,

Springdale, Stealth, Super

Sport, Trail Cruiser, Trail

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Hank's Auto Sales

Buy-Sell-Consign

RV's/Utility Vehicles

www.hanksautosales.net

541-296-5854 or

541-993-0109

SPORTSMASTER Extreme

Lite Travel Trailer,

2007. $9,500 OBO. Like

new, sleeps 4-6, many features.

Call for details. 720-

320-8803

TENT TRAILER with drum

brakes,larger wheels, can

be pulled by a large motorcycle

or small car. $6500.

541-454-2042.

465 Canopies &

Campers

CAMPER: 1977 Dreamer,

sleeps 4, fits long box,

good condition.

541-980-1075.

480 Boats, Motors,

& Supplies

CLEAN 1988 Larson 17

Foot, Open bow, Bikini

top, 150 HP Outboard, 2

HP Honda trolling motor,

Ski or fish! $3800 OBO.

541-993-2910

FOUR WINNS 17' inboard/

outboard with trailer, 1992.

Loaded with accessories,

including waterproof cover,

depth/fish finder, water ski

davit & fishing rod holders,

$3000 obo. 509-427-5660.

SMOKERCRAFT Alaskan

Deluxe, 15-foot, split seats,

15-hp Merc 4S with only 36

hours, EZ-Load trailer, fishing

seats, anchor, LP's and

many extras, $5715. 509-

493-2632.

490 Motorcycles,

ATCs & ATVs

HONDA SHADOW Spirit

750. 2009. Red, showroom

condition, 3000 miles.

$5600. Extras.

541-980-4961.

IRON Eagle ATV hauler,

6'x 12', like new, $1000

firm, 541-354-1450.

SPORTSTER 883, 2006.

6300 miles, intake,

exhaust and more. $5000.

541-296-5701.

500 Heavy

Equipment

1968 250 International, w/

5th Wheel hitch & 20 Ft.

Trailer, $4500.

541-993-7371

510 Auto Parts

& Supplies

TIRES: Michelen, mounted

on Toyota stock wheels,

from a 2010 Tundra, less

than 6K miles, $200/tire on

the wheel. 509-281-0294.

530 Pickups

& Trucks

'92 Ford F-250 3/4 ton -

460 V8 approx 45k on rebuild,

170k on king cab.

New brakes, bearings,

tires, tool box, bed liner,

side steps, tow pkg., heavy

front & rear bumper w/

winch mount. $3000 OBO.

509-281-0509

FORD RANGER 1984,

nice clean pickup, needs

some work. Call for information

541-704-8238.

535 Vans & Utility

Vehicles

1991 CHEVY Astro van,

272K miles, Auto, A/C, PW,

PL, Good cond., Runs

good, $500. 888-844-5237,

The Dalles.

Dodge Ram Van 1998,

This van is in great condition.

Commercial setup,

with cage, shelving and

racks. Like new tires, starts

good and runs strong. View

at St. Vincent de Paul 505

W. 9th The Dalles. See

Manager Mon-Fri.9-5 541-

298-7837 $2300.

538 Antique &

Classic Autos

Classic Cars Wanted!

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We also handle

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Chevy Impala LS 2003,

Loaded, OnStar, XM Radio,

Leather Interior, etc.

$5700 obo. 541 340-0256.

DAEWOO Leganza, 2000,

Loaded, All leather, 4Dr,

New engine, Less than 10K

miles, Moonroof, Dependable

transportation vehicle,

good gas mileage. $2500

OBO. 541-565-0515

HONDA Accord LX, '96, 4

dr, red with grey interior,

AT, cold air for summer, alloys,

sharp in & out, regular

maintenance, by dealer,

drives excellent, 209K easy

miles. KBB retail; $4070,

Asking $3450 obo. 541-

490-2236. Beautiful,

reliable car!

HYUNDAI Santa Fe, 2005,

2.8L engine, AWD,

113,000 mi., $7,000. 909-

471-6162, 509-250-0455.

MERCURY Cougar 1996.

Low miles, beautiful car.

New exhaust, new battery,

new tune up. Kelly Bluebook

$2500. Asking $2000/

OBO. 541-769-0122.

PONTIAC Montana, '99.

Runs great. A/C, like-new

tires, plus snow tires.

$2500 obo.

509-773-3915.

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edging, thatching, fertilizing

and trimming.

Preparing sprinkler

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Serving the

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Maintenance

541-993-0914, 509-767-

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trimming, pruning, rototilling,

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Appliances - Alum.

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Holiday Services..........804

Holiday Vacations ........806

Holiday Entertainment .808

Trees & Trim.................810

Gifts For Family ...........812

Gifts For Him ...............814

Gifts For Her ................816

Gifts For Kids...............818

Gifts of Food ................820

Gifts For Home ............822

Gifts of Pets .................824

Gifts of Music...............826

Gifts of Life ..................828

Religious Gifts .............830

Unusual Gifts ...............832

Fun Gifts ......................834

Corporate Gift Services

836

Shopping Service ........838

Gifts For Parents..........840

Wrapping & Mail Service

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A16 —JUNE 8, 2011 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON

CONTRIBUTED

GRADUATED: Bickleton’s graduating seniors from left to right are: Katelynn Clinton, Justin Harvey, Bobby Franklin, Jenna Mount and

Christina Wilson.

Class of 2011 last to graduate in old Bickleton gym

Graduation exercises

were held for the last time in

the old Bickleton

High School build-

ing this past Saturday.

There were

five graduates. All

have their plans

made for the future.

They are a

great bunch of

kids. Cake was

served. Folks visited

and were able to tour the

new school building. The

new building will house all

grades K thru 12. It looks

like it will be finished for

use by this fall.

Don and Dorothy Naught

went to Cheney to attend the

Who’s been

living in your

RV this winter?

Get your RV ready for Spring!

State Fire Marshal

Certification

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Service & Repair. I come to you!

BRUCE HENDERSON

541-993-5982

LICENSED &CERTIFIED

East End

News

Ada Ruth

Whitmore

graduation of their granddaughter

recently. She is the

daughter of Fred

and Carrie

Naught.

Former Bickleton

student

Starr Kibbey

graduated from

Sunnsyside this

past week. She

has been attending

high school

classes and beauty college at

the same time. She is the

daughter of DeDe Kibbey of

Bickleton.

Birthday ladies honored

this month are sisters Mary

Sutton of Bickleton and

June Lathrop, who has

moved to Yakima.

Vic and Pam Cavaliere of

Antioch, Calif., drove thru

this way on Monday to pay a

visit to the Six Prong Cemetery

where she has Carmen

relatives buried—Francis

The Community is Invited

to Honor Nancy Sizemore

for 32 years of teaching

service.

Centerville Centerville School School

Thursday, Thursday, June 9

1 to 3 pm

Join us for

cake and punch

and Adella Moore Carmen

and son Herbert. The Cavalieres

have recently retired

and are on a four month trip.

They parked overnight beside

the Grange Hall on

Monday. They wanted to

tour Bickleton while traveling

thru on their way to

Alaska.

See you all at the Pioneer

Picnic on Saturday and Sunday.

BRACELETS

The Golden

Art Gallery

Goldendale

WESLEY ESLEY NURSERY URSERY

3 1/2” Annuals ~ $1.00 ea. or $15.00/flat

Standard 6 pks ~ $2.25 ea. or $15.00/flat

Tomatoes ~ Peppers ~ Herbs

Hanging Baskets ~ $15.00 to $20.00

Window Boxes ~ $17.50

Arrangements ~ $7.50 to $17.50

Berry Plants

Marigolds, Petunias, and Much More

CONTRIBUTED

LEADERS IN TRAINING: FBLA members from Goldendale attended

competition in Spokane. Pictured in back row: Haley Hoffman,

Leo Vega, Kurt Wilkins, Zach Shattuck. Front: Logan Lesko and

Michelle Fernandez.

FBLA Goes to Spokane

BY LOGAN LESKO

FOR THE SENTINEL

From April 6 throught April 9, while other students were

taking time off for spring break, several Future Business

Leaders of America (FBLA) members were competing at the

FBLA State conference in Spokane. The six members who represented

Goldendale were Zack Shattuck, Kurt Wilkins, Leo

Vega, Michelle Fernandez, Haley Hoffman, and Logan Lesko.

The students were chaperoned by business teacher Laurie

Wilhite.

Shatuck and Wilkins placed third in a team event, American

Enterprise Project. Their project was based on the Primary

School’s highly successful “Self Manager” program. Lesko

placed third in the Creed, becoming the first person from

Goldendale to place at State for this event.

Hoffman competed in Public Speaking II while Fernandez

and Vega attended several workshops and supported the other

competitors in their preparation. The team also attended business

workshops and toured college campuses at Eastern

Washington University and Gonzaga University.

Grindhouse Jam Night

Musicians, Dancers, Listeners, Singers

UNITE!

June 11, 7:30 p.m.

It’s Gonna Be A Party!

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in Goodnoe Hills

Open Daily, 9-6

Located 17 miles out Hoctor Road

from Hwy. 97, follow signs

509-773-5352

Cash or check only (no debit please)

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