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 By Lane Gwinn    News    August 15, 2019

Yesterday: A romantic comedy in a world without The Beatles

Yesterday is such a charming movie with an (almost) all-Beatles soundtrack that is hard to be too tough on it. So as long as you aren’t a stickler for logic, it is fun ride with an interesting...

 By Lane Gwinn    News    August 15, 2019

Oil painting and a safe studio

Artists have always found a way to make beautiful art out of the most toxic materials. Traditionally, oil paint not only used toxic pigment like cadmiums and colbalt, it was also common to use...

 By Lane Gwinn    News    August 8, 2019

Elevator operators Mayberry and Benevides keep harvest on track

If you want to know about grain elevators you can ask two of Northwest Grain Growers longtime employees Lupe Benevides and Tim Mayberry. Both have worked at the local elevators as warehousemen and...


Dog Ownership: Paws and effect

Dogs are loving companions, watchdogs, hunting buddies and important members of our families. They are also part of the community and can have a significant impact on the relationships between...

 By Lane Gwinn    News    July 25, 2019

A hankering for hill country

This 4th of July a familiar face showed up at the Patriot's Parade in Waitsburg. Jonne Antilla from Götene, Sweden has been visiting eastern Washington almost every year since his first visit in...

 By Lane Gwinn    Commentary    July 18, 2019

Nobody's Perfect

Last week I was reminded that just because I am an avid reader of newspapers and the owner and publisher of this newspaper, I am not a reporter. This hit me when I opened the July 11 Times and found an error I was completely responsible for. First,...


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