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10 -- OCTOBER 16~ 2013 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON STRONG RUNNING: Goldendale's Kyle Wilkins fights for yardage Goldendale out-rushed the Lightning 160 to 83 in the losing effort. as Wilkins and-his offensive ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN line plowed through La Salle's defense. WOLVES from Page 9 ley. "Historically, we seem to loss will pay off Friday night. play well for Homecoming," The game has major playoff says Twohy. He also expects implications. Naches Valley the Rangers to run an offense is 2-2 with league games re- similar to what they saw at maining against Goldendale Burbank and he hopes and La Salle. A win by Gold- lessons learned from that endale would put the Wolves in fourth place with games remaining against unde- feated Zillah and winless Granger. Goldendale 0 - 6 - 0 - 7 13 La Salle 6 - 6 - 7 - 8 27 Rushing: Goldendale - K. Wilkins 20-114, B. Wilkins 11-38, Shattuck 4-13, Briley Cameron 1-0, Dean Enstad 2- (-5). La Sags - Wellner 20- 90, Max Frame 1-2, Lighty 5-0, Boutillier 1- (- 9). Passing: Goldendale - Walter 3-5-0-95, B. WUkins 4-6-1-59. La Salle - Boutillier 19-30-0- 210. Receiving: Goldendale - McGraw 2-80, Shattuck 2-32, K. Wilkins 2-20, Enstad 1-16, Cameron 1-6. La Sage - Bonny 7-57, Frame 1- 47, Lighty 3-44, Andrew Vargas 5-39, Wellner 2-19, Austin Gasselin9 1-4. VANDALS from Page 9 itat to fall to 0-6 in league play The Vandals were 4-2 after beating Lyle-Wishram 25-8, 25-10, 25-9. Tamaira Huffsmith had six kills to lead the Van- dals and KeAndra Kessinger was strong on serve with 14 of 14 good serves. It was day, the Knights' first league road match, season winds down. Coach Jaecee Hoctor is looking for im- Bickleton suffered a loss to Klickitat proved passing and better team play last week but bounced back with a win Lyle-Wishram was looking better on over Yakama Nation to complete the sea- Friday at Trout Lake, making the Mus- son sweep. They won the match 25-12, 25- tangs work for wins, but ultimately fell 19, 25-.15. Serving was a strong point for in straight sets 25-19, 25-22, 25-19. Ellie the Lady Pirates. Sydnie O'Banion was Smith led the team with six kills and 22-22 from the line while Shaylee Tharp a surprisingly easy romp for the Van- nine assists and Winter Keeling-Burgin was 20-20 and Lindsay Brown was also dals, particularly after the Cougars had served up three aces and Kiya Childers perfect at 13-13. throttled Bickleton with a strong show- had an ace and two kills. The Cougars The Pirates took a break from league ing on their home court, a week earlier, are 1-3 in league with a home match play with a match at Kahlotus, Saturday, But, the Cougars repeatedly failed to against Yakama Nation this Thursday Coach Katie Leuthauser said her girls mount an attack during the match in Trout Lake coach Angle Cox said her had trouble shaking off the two and a Klickitat. The Vandals scored from girls played their most consistent match half hour bus ride to Kahlotus, splitting everywhere, as in the final game when of the year against Lyle-Wishram. She the first two games by 25-23 scores, los- Huffsmith, Nicolle Oldfield, Kessinger applauded the strong serving, improved ing the third 25-16, then fmishing strong and*Kenzie Schlangen each had kill passing andgreatdefense.TheMustangs with wins of 25-22 and 15-2. Brown shots and Huffsmith, Oldfield and had 24 digs on the night and McKinzie scored 11 kills for the match and Tharp KyAnn Kessinger each fired off aces. Wurtz led with eight kills. Abbie Ver- had six kills plus nine aces. Daniela Friday night's match at Yakama Na- miere was back in the line-up to tally five Smith was back in action, providing tion was actually a tougher match for the kills. Beyyine Ozkan and Mikayla much needed help with setting and log- Vandals who wofi 25-19, 25-14, 25-12 be- Phillips were nearly perfect on serve-re- ging six assists. fore splitting JV matches with the Ea- ceive, said Cox. With their record of 3-2, The Pirates were at Trout Lake on gles. Schlangen and Oldfield each had Trout Lake was just a win behind Klick- Tuesday, looking for the sweep against seven kills and Huffsmith led the way itat prior to the Friday night showdown Trout Lake. Bickleton won the first with 11 kills and was perfect serving on with the Vandals. Trout Lake won the match by a surprising 3-0 score. They 25 attempts, first match in Trout Lake by a 3-2 mar- went into Tuesday's match tied with The Vandals took their second shot at gin. The winner will have a strong hold Trout Lake with a 3-2 record while hold- upsetting Sunnyside Christian on Tues- on second place as the second half of the ing the edge with the previous win. Record return of salmon ups limit, extends season on Klickitat River Record return,of chinook salmon to the Columbia River and Klickitat Rvier has led the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to announce that up to four adult chinook salmon may be retained and the upper Klickitat River will be open for an additional month, from Oct. 11 through Nov. 30. The action sites record high numbers of bright stock, fall chinook in the Klicktiat River. Surplus hatchery fish are avail- able beyond the escapement needs, according to the report. The daily limit for salnmn is six fish with up to four adult chi- nook and the notice states "any fish, adipose fin clipped or not, may be retained." The Fishing Lure Fish count at the dams The Dalles Dam John Day Dam Date Chinook Steelhead Chinook Steelhead 10/8 1736 765 1717 899 10/9 2428 663 1496 523 10/10 3748 614 1606 584 10/11 4715 624 3191 573 10/12 3716 590 3282 150 10/13 2275 467 3323 429 10/14 2587 427 2364 324 source: The Fish Passage Center, www.fpc.org ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN ATTHE NET: Lyle-Wishram's Ellie Smith takes a shot at Klickitat. "--~'~'T~'EE-T~--S $75,000.00 dance wi h RCW 61.24.060. outside "Bid opening 1:30 SALE Unpaid Accrued Interest at In.... " Notice and other personal p.m. October 22, 2013 BZ Pursuant to RCW Chapter7.5% to March 18, 2013: service may be.served on Glenwood Safety Project, 1.24, et seq. $18,061.57 the Trustee at: CRP 323". Default Interest Accrued at Meeting Announcement - Youth Council/ JAMES L. KACENA, PLLC This contract provides for hlOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN18% to July 15, 2013: P.O. Box 2024 the improvement of 13.80 that the undersigned Trustee $4,281.62 tral Workforce Council Notice of Application to Appropriate Public 181 W. Jewett Blvd. . miles of BZ-Glenwood Hwy will on the 25th day of Accrued Late Charges: Waters/Dirt Hugger - Pierce Lewis , ' White Salmon, WA 98672by installation of recessed October, 2013, at the hour of $0.00 ' Notice to Creditors/Candice Davenport- Wyers Law (509)493-1776 pavement markers, installa- DATED: July 9, 2013 tion of guardrail, the removal 10 o'clock A.M., outside the Less Suspense or rents ~ Public Notice/RandalI Road Closure- Klickitat County JAMES L. KACENA, PLLC of trees, grinding of stumps, front entrance of the Klickitat received: $0.00 Public Works County Courthouse, 205 TOTAL AMOUNT DUE: A Washington Professional the removal of rocks and South Columbus Avenue, $97,343.19 Mitigated Determination of Non- Limited Liability Company other work, all in accordance City of Goldendale, State of plus all attorneys' fees, Significance/Telecommunications Facility- Klickitat By: James L. Kacena with the Contract Plans, Washington, 'sell at public costs, foreclosure fees and County Planning . P.O. Box 2024 Contract Provisions, and the auction to the highest and costs incurred Public Hearing-Armstrong/Solomon/Hobart-Kliekitat 181 W. Jewett Blvd. Standard Specifications. best bidder, payable at the Default other than to make County Planning White Salmon, WA 98672 Bid proposals shall be time of sale, the following money payments: N/A (509)493-1776 accompanied by a bid pro- described real property, situ- IV. If the Trustee is unable to posal deposit in cash, certi- ated in the County of The sum owing on the oblig- secured by the Deed of The Trustee whose name convey title for any reason fled check, cashier's check Klickitat, State of ation secured bythe Deed of Trust, plus costs, fees, and and address are set forth the successful bidder's sole or surety bond in the amount Washington, to.-wit: Trust is: Principal Balance of advances; if any, made pur- below will provide in writing, and exclusive remedy shall equal to five percent (5%) in LOTS 6 and 7, Block, 10, $75,000, together with inter- suant to the terms of the to anyone requesting it, a be the return of monies paid the amount of the bid pro- ACADEMY HEIGHTS ADDI- est as provided in the note or obligation and/or Deed" of statement of all costs and to the Trustee, and the suc- posal. Should the success- TION TO GOLDENDA'LE, other instrument secured Trust, and curing all other fees due at any time prior to cessful bidder shall have no ful bidder fail to enter into according to the Plat thereof from the 14th day of August, defaults, the sale.other recourse. Any bid sub- such contract and furnish recorded in Volume 1 of 2008, and such other costs V I . VIII. mitted at this sale shall be satisfactory performance Plats, Page 19. and fees as are due under A written notice of default The effect of the sale Will be deemed to be made by the bond within the time stated TOGETHER WITH the the note or other instrument was transmitted by the to deprive the Grantor and bidder subject to acceptance in the specifications, the bid secured, and as are provid- Beneficiary or Trustee to the all those who hold by, of the foregoing condition, proposal deposit shall be for- Northerly 7 feet of vacated ~/d by statute. Borrower and Grantor at the through or under the Grantor alley adjoining said lots. (3903, 4201) feited to Klickitat County. Approximate project cost is ASSESSORS TAX PARCEL T'he above-described real following addresses: of all their interest in the ~ estimated to be between John T. Phillips above-described property. CONTRACTORS $300,000 to $500,000. NUMBER:1006/00 04-16-2165- property will be sold to satis- 810 NE 3rd Street IX. Sealed bids for BZ The Klickitat County Public Which is subject to that cer- fy the expense of sale and Goldendale, WA 98620 Anyone having any objection Glenwood Hwy Safety Works Dept. in accordance tain Deed of Trust dated the obligationsecured by the Kathryn M. Phillip's to the sale on any grounds Project, CRP 323, will be with Title VI of the Civil August 14, 2008, recorded Deed of Trust as provided by 810 N E 3rd Street whatsoever will be afforded received by the Board of Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat. August 15, 2008 in Auditor's statute. The sale will be Goldendale, WA98620 an opportunity to be heard County Commissioners at252, 42 U.S.C. 2000d to File No. 1078852, Klickitat made without warranty, John T. Phillips as to those objections if they the reception desk located in 2000d-4 and Title 49, Code County Deed Records, from express or implied, regard- 52 Pine Cone Way bring alawsuitto restrain the the Klickitat County Public of Federal Regulations, John T. Phillips and Kathryn ing title, possession, or Goldendale, WA 98620 sale pul;suant to RCW Works Department, 115 Department of M. Phillips, husband and encumbrances on the 16th Kathryn M. Phillips 61.24.130. Failure to bring South Golden, Goldendale Transportation, subtitle A, wife, as Grantor to Klickitat day of August, 2013. The 52 Pine Cone Way such a lawsuit may result in Washington. MailingOffice of the Secretary, Part County Title Company, as default(s) jreferred to in para- Goldendale, WA 98620 a waiver of any proper address 228 W. Main MS-21, nondiscrimination in fed- Trustee to secure an obliga- graph III must be cured by Suttell & Hammer, P.S. grounds for invalidating the Ch-19, Goldendaleerally assisted programs of tion in favor of Shirley Smith, the 5th day of August, 2013 1450 114th Avenue, SE Trustee's sale. Washington 98620 until 1:15 the Department of Beneficiary. (11 days before the sale Suite 240 X. p.m. on October 22, 2013 for Transportation issued pur- date), to cause a discontinu- Bellevue, WA 98004 The ,purchaser at the performing the work suant to such Act, hereby N'o action commenced by ance of the sale. The sale by both first-class and certi- trustee's sale is entitled to described below. Sealednotifies all bidders that it will the Beneficiary of the Deed will be discontinued and ter- fled mail on the 22nd day of possession of the property bids received will be opened of Trust is now pe'nding to minated if at any time on or March, 2013, on the 20th day following the at the Commissioner'saffirmatively insure that in any contract entered into seek satisfaction of the beforethe 5th day of August, proof of which is in the pos- sale, as against the grantor Chambers and publicly read pursuant to this advertise- obligation in any Court by 2013 (11 days before thesession of the Trustee; and under the deed of trust (the aloud on Tuesday, October ment, disadvantaged busi- reason of the Borrower's or sale date), the default(s) as the Borrower and Grantor owner) and anyone having 22, 2013 at 1:30 p.m. or ness enterprises as defined Grantor's default on the set forth in paragraph III were personally served on an interest junior to the deed shortly thereafter. Bids at 49 CFR Part 26 will be obligation secured by the is/are cured and the the 22nd day of March, of trust, including occupznts received after 1:15 p.m. afforded full opportunity to Deed of Trust. Trustee's fees and costs are 2013, with said writtenwho are not tenants. After October 22, 2013 will not be submit bids in response to III. paid.The sale may be termi- notice of default by having the 20th day following the considered. The county this invitation and will not be The default(s) for which this nated any time after the 5th the written notice of default sale the purchaser has the reserves the right to reject discriminated against on the foreclosure is made is/areas day of August, 2013 (11 posted in a conspicuousright to evict occupants who any and all bids, and to grounds of race, color or follows: Failure to pay when days before the sale date), place on the real property are not tenants by summary waive informalities that are national origin, or sex in con- due the following amounts and before the sale by the described in paragraph I proceedings under chapter not, in the opinion of the sideration for an award. which are now in arrears: Borrower, Grantor, any, above, and the Trustee has 59.12 RCW. For tenant- County Commissioners, Obtaining Bid Documents: PROMISSORY NOTE DUE Guarantor, or the holder of possession of proof of such occupied property, the pur- material. IN FULL: any recorded junior lien or service or posting, chaser shall provide atenant Bid envelopes shall be Principal Balance:encumbrance paying theVII. with written notice in accor- appropriately marked on the Continued Page 11 entire principal and interest