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mu~ The Sentinel, Goldendale, WA December 18, 2008 Page 3 Sterling Savings promotes Cosner Rachel Cavanaugh Sterling Savings Bank has Dalles, Ore., where she was a promoted Barbara Cosner to teller and personal banker. area manager, a role in which She also completed a man- she will oversee the ager-training program with Goldendale and White Salmon Gap Inc. branches. Cosner is a graduate of Cosner came to Sterling in Washington State University, 2006 as a branch manager, where she earned a bachelor's She previously worked at degree in business marketing. Wells Fargo Bank in The Co'ld weather leads to power outag in parts of Goldendale Power went out on 1,348 customers in Goldendale around 6:oo a.m. Tuesday. Due to cold-weather related conditions, Klickitat County PUD's north town feeder in Goldendale lost power. This affected Main Street north, west end of Bickleton Highway, CHILLY TEMPS: The temper- Woodland Road, Rimrock, ature was recorded at a frigid Hanging Rock Road and five degrees in the early morn- Box Canyon areas, ing hours of Tuesday this week. By 6:00 a.m., the num- Power was restored at bers had dropped to below lO:55 a.m. to the north part zero and power was out in of Go]dendale town. Power was restored to spots throughout the city. areas north of Go]dendale at 12:33 p.m. Clinton com n First Bickleton teacher ever to complete National Board Certification program A Bickleton educator has developing and assessing schools," he said, in a written passed a rigorous exam to mathematical thinking and statement. become nationally certified reasoning, taking part in Clinton is a former as a teacherofmathematics,instructional analysis, and Bickleton graduate with a Ric Palmer, superinten- completing over lOO pages of degree with honors in math- dent of the Bickleton School portfolio data. ematics and education from District, made the announce- She then took a compre- Washington State University ment last week that Kim hensive set of exams on high- and a Master's Degree from Clinton passed the National er order mathematics. City University. Board Certification program. Nationally, only 33 percent Clinton teaches and coach- The move is historic for the of candidates pass the certifi- es for the Bicldeton schools town of Bickleton, Palmercation requirements and and lives with her husband said, which has never had a exams, Palmer said. and two children. teacher complete the course. "This is a wonderful There, they own and oper- According to the superin- accomplishment for Mrs. ate the family farm where she tendent, Clinton spent a year Clinton and for the Bickleton grew up. Mollie Troh Mollie Jo (Patrick) Troh, 7o, Goldendale, passed away after a battle with illhes'}ii The Dalles Dec. 1, 2008. She was born Jan. 9, 1938, to Norman and Anna Troh of Glenwood. She made her home primarily in the Portland area, but eventually moved back to her roots in Klickitat Valley. She was the oldest of four chil- dren in the Troh family. She was preceded in death by her son Jeffrey Dabill, her brother David Troh, and her husband Jim Patrick. Survivors include a sister, Roseann Woolery of Goldendale; a brother, Douglas Troh of Glenwood; a daughter, Sherry Williams of Vancouver; a granddaughter, Tina Zaiss; a grandson Jason Sperry; 11 great-grandchildren, many cousins, nephews and nieces, and her beloved dog Chi Chi. Mollie was a beautiful, free- spirited person with a great love for flying. Now she can fly with the angels. We will miss you greatly Mollie Jo. (Paid obituary. Rerun with correction) B (~ C) I< ~T (:) bL[ Monday-Friday 10:00-5:30 Thursday evening 7:00-10:00 Saturday 10:004:00 810 NE 3rd Street Goldendale, WA 98620 509-773-7084 Photos by Andrew Christlansen CHRISTMAS MEMORIES: Cold temperatures and snow added to the festivities of Saturday's Candy Cane Lane Parade. Those riding on floats and horseback enjoyed refreshments and 'Visits with Santa following the parade and tree lighting. The spirit of Christmas was in full effect Saturday evening as the town of Goldendale gathered for its annual Candy Cane Lane parade. The event featured more than 20 floats and parade participants waving, cheering and throwing candy to the crowds. The parade marched from the primary school down to the courthouse, where the Christmas tree was lit and people socialized on the lawn. Following that, participants had refreshments and pictures with Santa Claus at the Masonic Lodge, where they got warm from the cold. Sponsors of the parade included the Mid Columbia Veterinary Clinic, Vincent Miller Trucking LLC, Pacific Excavation LLC, Craven Construction LLC, and Golden Lanes. Winners of the contests will be printed in next week's paper. l Time to use your dental benefits before the year end rush! FAMILY DENTISTRY 773-CARE L o ] Chris tm as Eve New 7 e3:: 82 6ome! Candlelight Service Gentle care for all ages! [ After Christmas [ 615 E. Collins Drive SA ttt [ Wednesday, Dec. 24thd:oo p.m. Before Christmas I "o" ..d /o sI CoMendale Church O. Q ftherin-strelspecials I ...... oftheNazarenel24 W. Allyn Closed Christmas Day / Pastor Thomas Fender thru Saturday, January 10, 2009 ] [ 'Ff ip 5o9-773-4216 J |1 The Goldendale Sentinel 509-773-3777 O FINAL HUGE AND A $200 YOU MUST BE TO WIN PRIZES