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Articles from the March 27, 2014 edition

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Dena Wood: Out and About

I spent a chunk of Wednes­day afternoon lounging with friends and neigh­bors while snacking and en­joying an '80s soundtrack. I hung out with Randy Pear­son, Veronica Deal, Brad Green and Colter... Full story


March 19 Track and Field Meet Hanford High School, Richland

(Note: The Hanford meet was "non-scoring", so the unofficial results provided did not include places.) WP Mens Results 100 Meters Kobie Brown 12.5 Al Sessay 12.7 Joe Leamy 13.3 Reshaun Crocket 14.2 200 Meters Al Sessay 26.7 Kevin Aquino 26.9 Travis...


Dayton HS Sports Schedules

Dayton High School Baseball 2014 Schedule Date Opponent Location Time # games... Full story


WP HS Sports Schedules

Waitsburg-Prescott High School Baseball 2014 Schedule Date Opponent Location Start time Fri., March 21 Pilot Rock (1) (V) Pilot Rock 3:00 Sat., March 22 Pilot Rock (2) (V) Pilot Rock 12:30 & 3:00 Mon., March 24 Touchet (1) (JV only) Touchet 4:00... Full story

 By The Times    Sports    March 27, 2014

WP Softball Drops First Game to Mac-Hi

MILTON-FREEWATER - The WP Tigers softball team made 14 hits to Mac- Hi's six, but still lost by one dropping their first non- league game of the season, 10-9. Mac-Hi was ahead 8-3 at the bottom of the 5th, but six WP runs to Mac- Hi's one, in inning... Full story


2013/14 WP Winter Sports Awards

WP Varsity Girls Basketball Most Inspirational - Heidi Miller Most Valuable - Samantha Federson Most Improved - Hannah Grant All League: Chelsey Brannock Samantha Feederson Wrestling: Most Improved - EJ Oppelt Most Valuable - Tristan Newman Most... Full story

 By The Times    Sports    March 27, 2014

Lady ‘Dawgs Take Indians in Home Game

DAYTON - The Lady 'Dawgs Softball team faced the Touchet Indians, over­coming 6 errors to bring home a 4-3 win, at the March 20 home game. Lexus Ward pitched the game with Madison Min­gs catching... Full story

 By Dena Wood    Sports    March 27, 2014

Lady Tigers Win One in Pilot Rock

PILOT ROCK - The Lady Tigers softball team won one of three games played at the March 21-22 tournament in Pilot Rock. The Tigers faced Umatilla in Friday night's first game of the tournament, walking...

 By Ken Graham    Sports    March 27, 2014

Andrews Takes Three Firsts at Hanford

DAYTON - Dayton High School's Kaitlyn Andrews won the girls' 100 meter dash, shot put and javelin events at the year's first track and field meet on March 16. The meet at Hanford High School in...


Waitsburg Scholarship Updates

WAITSBURG - Below are the due dates for upcom­ing scholarship applications. Please contact Waitsburg High School directly for scholarship applications. March 31 - WWCC Foundation Scholarship: for any student attending WWCC April 15 - Waitsburg...


Thank You for Concern

Dear Editor, Phil and I want to thank both our faith communities and all the folks within the greater Touchet Valley for their concern and prayers of support for our daughter and son-in-law, Sarah and Alister Torrens. They have been serving as...

 By Dena Wood    News    March 27, 2014

City Negotiates Shared Access Agreement

WAITSBURG – Waits­burg attorney Mike Hubbard recently worked with the City Attorney’s Office to draft a shared access agree­ment regarding the new ten­ant who has taken residence in the upstair...


Mini-Grant Awards

WAITSBURG -- Pam Conover and Joan Helm, representatives of the Walla Walla Columbia School Re­tirees, visited the Waitsburg Elementary staff meeting on Tuesday, March 18 to award two $100.00 mini-grants. Pam Nolan Beasley received a grant to...

 By Ken Graham    News    March 27, 2014

Fish Pond Ready for Season

DAYTON - The Juve­nile fish pond in Dayton is ready for fishing this spring. According to Steve Martin of the Snake River Salmon Recovery Board, the pond in the Dayton City Park was stocked earlier...


Short Session Yields Some Big Wins but Leaves Much Undone

[Editor's note: The fol­lowing is an edited news release from the office of Washington Governor Jay Inslee, giving his perspec­tive on this year's legislative session.] The 2014 Legislature adjourned late Thurs­day night, finishing its 60-day...


School Bond Too Expensive

Dear Editor, Most people, regardless of whether they are retired or still working, are on a fixed income, because wages are not keeping up with what it takes to live. And wages in this area have never been particularly generous. So when private...


Support for School Bond Encouraged

Dear Editor, I am writing this letter to encourage voter support for the Dayton School District Campus Wide Improvement Bond. I have been on the facility committee that has met continually during the last year and feel the committee has effectively...


A Bit of Perspecitve

Jazzy Latin music blared from the patio of some distant cafe as I dole­fully chomped on a free sample from Godiva Choco­lates. The overcast sky – and the wafting bit of bite on the edge of the...


Graham: From the Editor

Before I sat down last week to talk with Rep­resentative Terry Nealey about this year's legislative session in Olympia that ended a couple of weeks ago, I got on line to brush up on what hap­pened....



March 28: Natalie Faye Teal, Bill Hopwood, Gary Thomas, Jeff Broom, Terri Conover-Stroud, Collette Walter­mire and Bret McKinney. March 29: Robin Hogan, Austin Beasley, Carroll Smith, Edna Pearson, Jan DeCoria, Bob Stokes, Vanessa Lafer and Karen...



27 Prescott ElementaryConcert Prescott School 5:30 p.m. Prescott Math & Sci­ence Night Prescott School 6 p.m. Prescott School BoardMeeting Prescott School Library 7 p.m. 28 Ladles of Love Dayton First Congrega­tional Church 5:00 to 7:00 Free commun... Full story


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