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A8 --MAY 16, 2012 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON Sentry Market burglar came in through roof ANDREW CmUS21ANSEN REPORTER A burglar gained entry into the Sentry Market in the early morning hours of May 18 and made off with approximately $1,200 worth of cigarettes and beer. According to the police report, the manager at Sen- try opened the store on Sun- day and discovered a broken bottle of wine on the floor. After reviewing the inside video monitors, police con- eluded that a white male wearing dark clothing was responsible for the burglary inside the store. It was also determined that he entered tl%e store through an access in the roof which has since been secured. The store is protected by an extensive security system, but for reasons unknown, the alarm failed to trigger al- though the system was armed when the manager entered the store. The burglar3; is still under investigation. ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN RULES OF THE ROAD: GMS students were out practicing their riding skills earlier this week. The bikes and helmets were pur- chased by the school through a grant. Bike course at Goldendale helps get kids to and from school safely Ensuring safe passage to and from school is the goal of a new bicycle curriculum at Goldendale Middle School. Grant funds allowed Goldendale to send four faculty members from the middle and high schools to training for the Safe Routes to School program, which is designed to teach chil- dren skills to walk or ride a bicycle safely. The course in- cludes classroom time on relevant vocabulary and rules of the road plus bicycle riding practice. The grant of more than $21200 funded the purchase of 30, seven-speed bicycles, helmets and a transportation and storage trailer with assistance from the Bicycle Alliance of Washington. Faculty members Jay Thacker, Jennifer Holy- cross, Lance Den Boer and Ginger Plum are providing the instruction at the middle school and high school, respec- tively Summer lock . schedule in effect on Columbia River May 15 marks the start of the summer schedule for recreational boaters using navigation locks to travel past U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dams on the Co- lumbia and Snake rivers, Corps navigation planners announced Friday. Recreational craft lock- age schedule for the period May 15 through Sept. 15 is as follows: Upstream: 9 a.m., 12:01 p.m., 3 p.m., 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Downstream: 9:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m REBECCA GOURLEY GRAND OPENING: Maryhill Museum of Art celebrated the opening of it's new wing and ter- race on Saturday and Sunday. Admission was free and the event was accompanied by a car show Grant supports SKCN education effort on effects of child abuse and neglect The Skamania Klickitat Community Net- work (SKCN) was recently awarded a $2,000 grant from Burlington-Northern Santa Fe Railway Foundation to expand information for parents and community members on the life-long health effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). These include severe child abuse and neglect, abandonment, wit- nessmg domestic violence, death or incarcer- ation of a parent, parental depression and substance abuse. SKCN is one of 42 Community Health and Safety Networks associated with the Wash- ington State Family Policy Council. Together they work to reduce negative behaviors that can lead to health problems. Obesity, heart at- tacks, high blood pressure, strokes, learning disorders, diabetes, migraines and other chronic public health problems have been linked to toxic stress associated with ACE's. 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