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 By Rob Holtzinger    News    March 14, 2019

Col. Co. Health System Board Meeting Review

DAYTON – During the Columbia County Health System (CCHS) March 5 board meeting,CEO Shane McGuire discussed the University of Washington health agreements which launched a program to bring CCHS $152,000 annually to improve behavioral health care in...

 

WWCC Baseball Preview

WALLA WALLA – The 2019 Community College Baseball season in Walla Walla brings with it a change of leadership as Justin Speer takes the helm from Dave Meliah who has assumed duties as assistant to...

 

Dayton-Waitsburg Track and Field preview

DAYTON-WAITSBURG – Track and Field has about twenty athletes participating in 2019, according to seventh-year Head Coach Dan Nechodom. "We have a pretty equal split between boys and girls, and we...

 

Dayton-Waitsburg softball preview

DAYTON/WAITSBURG – Softball Head Coach Shane Robins loses four very valuable pieces from last year’s State tournament qualifying team. Megan Robins and Hannah Becker were both two-year All-Conference players who graduated last spring. Heidi...

 

Trio of Warriors get 'Sweet' call

WALLA WALLA – Part of the dream for many junior college baseball players is to earn an opportunity to play high-level amateur baseball in the summers in a league such as the West Coast League. For...

 
 By Rob Holtzinger    News    March 7, 2019

The Percherons of Prescott

WALLA WALLA - Eight years ago, Jim and Amy Fenley, of Prescott, had the vision to fill a need in the wedding industry by offering horse and carriage services. The couple, married for fifteen years,...

 
 By Rob Holtzinger    Sports    March 7, 2019

Spring sports face off against Mother Nature in Dayton-Waitsburg

DAYTON/WAITSBURG – Typically, in early March, people associated with Spring sports find themselves either complaining about, or at the very least, verbally expressing their desire for warmer spring weather. But this year is more extreme than...

 
 By Rob Holtzinger    Sports    March 7, 2019

Seasons on the River

A column by Rob Holtzinger The pair of August days Billy and I had waded the Touchet River in old tennis shoes, starting by the baseball-softball fields of Dayton High School and exiting the stream ju...

 

Ski Bluewood Season is Going Strong

Resort employs 160 people during ski season COLUMBIA COUNTY – An early Tuesday morning interview with Ski Bluewood General Manager Kim Clarke found the leader working on parking lot preparations...

 

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