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Joyce Klassen's Acrylic Pour Paintings

Sometimes, when we're nervous about how a particular endeavor will turn out, we close our eyes and hope for the best. And while this technique does work now and then, it's not the best plan when...

County Awarded Grant for New Courthouse HVAC System

DAYTON—The Washington State Department of Archaeology & Historic Preservation has released a list of ten courthouses to receive grants for rehabilitation projects, and the Columbia County...

Busy Time for Dayton Chamber

DAYTON—Forty businesses participated in the first of its kind Main Street Open House, during Dayton on Tour, according to Chamber Director Melissa Bryan. And as a result, there are several sale...

Bluegrass Jam

( The Bluegrass Kids meet Wednesday afternoons to practice classic songs with mentor Kate...

Baron's Ball Held in Waitsburg

WAITSBURG-The Society for Creative Anachronism held its Baron's Ball at the Waitsburg Fairgrounds Oct. 6 and 7. King Christian and Queen Héléne hosted combat competitions and vendors in authentic...

DW Gets Big Win at Kittitas, 58-22

KITTITAS-The Dayton-Waitsburg football team made the long trip to Kittitas a success Friday night, crushing the home team, 58-22. After a tough first quarter in which they gave up two touchdowns, the...

DW Girls Top Kittitas in Four Sets

WAITSBURG—The Dayton-Waitsburg volleyball team has been no a roll the last two weeks, winning matches against Mabton, DeSales, Columbia, Kittitas and Liberty Christian. In Waitsburg on Saturday, DW...

Crider Best Choice for Sheriff

Dear Editor, The general election is just around the corner. The ballots will be mailed out on October 19th, so we will be receiving them in our mailboxes soon. Much has been said about both candidates for Sheriff; much has been discussed on social...

Please Support Stroe for Sheriff

Dear Editor, This election year we do not have an incumbent running for County Sheriff. This means that we have an open seat race, and that equates into an opportunity for the citizens of Walla Walla County. It means that it is an opportune time to...

Vote for Dain Nysoe

Dear Editor, If you live in Columbia County’s 3rd district, you may have had the opportunity to meet Dain Nysoe as he and his wife, Claudia go door to door speaking to voters. Dain doesn’t do this just to talk you into voting for him, but...

Support Urged for Matt Stroe

Dear Editor, As an elected official or department head, you are not only a leader of your department, but you also set the tone of the employees within your department. As a past Walla Walla County Commissioner, I have worked closely with all (12)...

Support Dain Nysoe

Dear Editor, In the present political climate, it is easy to become partisan and blindly vote for our chosen party. However, the work of a county commissioner is not driven by partisan ideology. Instead, professional experience, expertise, and the...

Please Vote for Dain Nysoe

Dear Editor, I am writing to urge voters in Columbia County to support Dain Nysoe in the race for county commissioner (District 3). I met Dain and his wife shortly after we moved here 10 years ago. I know him to be a man of honesty and utmost...

Carbon Fee Hurts Business and Families

Give Gov. Jay Inslee and backers of Initiative 1631 credit. They are persistent in their quest to invoke a fee on carbon emissions. Voters will decide its fate on Nov. 6. Since Inslee was first elected, he pushed to reduce CO2 discharges---a...

Support Cathy McMorris Rodgers

Dear Editor, I have known Cathy McMorris Rodgers for much of my life, as my father, Perry Dozier, worked with Cathy when he was State officer for Washington Association of Wheat Growers, and later as Walla Walla County Commissioner. She is a leader...

Wives Support Crider

Dear Editor, For over two decades, I have watched my husband come home shift after shift, proud of the work he does as a Walla Walla County Sheriff’s deputy. I take seriously his career decisions because they affect his life in a way few outside...

Support Urged for Francik

Dear Editor, Sixteenth Legislative District Candidate Rebecca Francik, teacher and librarian, served on Pasco City Council: 1996-2017. She was: Mayor Pro Tem for more than 10 years; elected to the City Council five times as a nonpartisan. As a city...

Mass Band/Choir Concert Oct. 24

DAYTON—Dayton High School will host this year’s Mass Band/Choir Concert on Oct. 24 at 6:30 in the high school gym. Dayton HS Director of Music Scott Sumner said that musicians from eight schools will participate in the concert. They include...

Columbia County Public Hearing Regarding Data Center

DAYTON—The Columbia County Planning Commission will hold a public hearing regarding the Site Development Plan for a proposed data center in Dayton on Monday at 5:35 p.m. The meeting will take place at the Planning and Building Office at 114 South...

Boograss Oct. 28

WAITSBURG—The Touchet Valley Acoustic Music Project (TVAMP) proudly presents Boograss: a bluegrass music concert, featuring The Jasper Mountain Band, The Whippersnappers, Paul Gregutt and Switchgrass Delta, on Oct. 28 at 4 p.m. The group will...

Free Flu shots in Dayton, Waitsburg

WAITSBURG—Free flu shots will be available to Waitsburg and Dayton residents on October 27. The community event also includes a shredding service, unused medication disposal, medication lock box giveaway and a food drive. Find them at the...

Waitsburg School Remodel Open House

WAITSBURG—The Waitsburg School Remodel Open House and Tour will be Oct. 19. The two-part event begins with a kitchen tour at 4 p.m., and then continues with the Kenneth M. Zuger Field House Dedication Ceremony beginning at 4:30 p.m. at the...

Mask Making Party

WAITSBURG—Halloween enthusiasts of all ages are encouraged to attend Ten Ton Press’s mask-making party on Oct. 27 from 1-3 p.m. The event is free. Paper, markers and ideas are provided, but attendees are encouraged to bring supplies as well....

DGH Auxiliary Salad Luncheon

DAYTON—The Dayton General Hospital Auxiliary is hosting a Salad Luncheon to benefit community medical scholarships and equipment needs Oct. 26, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person, and a variety of salads and breads will be served. The...

Craig C. Moisio

Craig C. Moisio, age 66, died on October 8, 2018, in Dayton, WA. Craig is survived by his wife of 40 years, Paula Moisio, his daughters, Rachel (Geoff) Robinson of LaGrande OR, Amanda Moisio, and grandchildren – Cotter, Tanner, Hope, Taylor,...

Birthdays

October 18: Matthew Frohning, Julia Klucas, Edna Kirk, Vicky Maiden, Jesse McCaw, Tanya Maurer, Edgar Tarp. October 19: Ruth Peterson, Noel Atkinson, Rosemary Archer, Lynn Carpenter, Wyatt Withers, Kennedy Mae Henze. October 20: Owen Lee Cole,...

Ritz Mock Apple Pie

My first thought was to look up the mock apple pie made from zucchini. When I picked up a few zucchinis from an acquaintance, she asked me if I had ever tried it. I told her I had not, and she said...

Pioneer Portraits

Ten Years Ago-October 23, 2008 The 50 string Salt & Light Music Ministry comprised of young people from Waitsburg, Dayton and the surrounding area, will be giving a concert in Dayton Sunday. The...

Legals

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Pursuant to the Revised Code of Washington 61.24, et seq.Trustee Sale No.: WA-18-808283-BB Title Order No.: 180075573-WA-MSW Reference Number of Deed of Trust: Instrument No. 2008-10707 Parcel Number(s): 350725523616...

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