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Peek-a-boo T-Ball

Five-year-old Rylan Kilts, son of Ashley and Kyle Kilts, positions himself for a catch...or is he just playing peeka boo with his glove? More...

From Foodbank To Help Hub
Three Months After Move, Resource Center Meets Vision For Waitsburg

WAITSBURG - Three months after the old food bank operation moved from a cramped basement into a street-level store front, community members in need are finding a lot more than nutrition at the new Waitsburg Resource Center. More...

Waitsburg’s Royal Nightowls
Helm’s House A Haven For Wedding Watchers

WAITSBURG - It isn’t every night that the lights are on at two in the morning in Joan Helm’s home on Fourth Street. Or that her table is laden with four different kinds of scones, eggs dishes and tea. Or that champagne (well, actually, sparkling cider) is chilling in the fridge for a special toast. More...

Touchet Valley News

WEEKLY CALENDAR
     13 Dayton Senior Round Table Senior Center (403 E. Patit St.) 12 p.m. Waitsburg Resource Center 106 Preston Avenue 2-4 p.m. The Center provides food and resources to families in the Waitsburg and Prescott School Districts.
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Opinion


A Week to Remember
KEN GRAHAM: FROM THE PUBLISHER
     This week marked a series of historical anniversaries that, while mostly unrelated, all played important parts in our county’s and our state’s histories.
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Exclusively for Use at Christmas
EMMA PHILBROOK: STUDENT LIFE
     My reams of Christmas music and my big down coat both come out midway through autumn. I’m one of those people easily wearied by cold, dreary weather (not to mention the accompanying cold, dreary college admissions deadlines), so as soon as it gets chilly enough to induce the blues, I consider it chilly enough to break out the carols.
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Sports

Cardinals Rout Liberty; On to State
62-24 WIN PUTS WP INTO FINAL 16 STATE TOURNAMENT FOR THE SIXTH STRAIGHT TIME
     WAITSBURG – The Waitsburg-Prescott football team started strong and got stronger, as they easily beat Liberty Spangle, 62-24, in their playoff crossover game at home Friday. The win puts the Cardinals in the state playoffs for the sixth straight year.
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Lady ‘Dogs End Hard-Fought Season in Cheney
Dayton gets one win, two losses in long day of play
     CHENEY – The Dayton Bulldogs volleyball team fell just short of moving on to State play at Saturday’s Regional tournament here. The Bulldogs lost their first match to Davenport in four sets, 25-23, 23-25, 18-25, 18-25.
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Adams and Callas Run Strong
WP RUNNERS BOTH PLACE IN TOP THIRD AT STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
     PASCO – WP harriers Emily Adams and Landon Callas competed in the State 1B/2B cross county championships at Sun Willows golf course here on Saturday, Nov. 8. “Both runners represented themselves and the school well and have every reason to feel proud of the growth and accomplishment they’ve had this season,” said cross country coach Dan Nechodom.
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Touchet Valley Life

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
      Waitsburg Elementary Students of the Month for October were (l to r) Kiley Curran , 5th Grade; Zack Wood, 4th Grade; Paige Mohney, 4th Grade.
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ENGAGEMENT
     Mike and Chrissy Talbott of Dayton, Wash. proudly announce the engagement of their daughter Stacia Talbott of College Place, Wash. to Byron Burres, also of College Place, Burres is the son of John and Kim Burres of Walla Walla. Stacia graduated in 2006 from Dayton High School, and in 2010 from Washington State University. She is employed at Baker Boyer Bank in Walla Walla.
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PIONEER PORTRAITS
     Ten Years AgoNovember 18, 2004
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