Articles from the January 19, 2023 edition

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Wolfpack Cheerleaders

Cheerleaders at the DW vs TCP game on Saturday, January 14. In front is Madison Kaehler, top of the pyramid is Wyntr McCauley, held up by ( l-r) Ashley Essency, Kaylie Wellsandt, and Cedar... Full story

 By Justin Jaech    News    January 19, 2023

Dayton City Council discuss Charter franchise

DAYTON- The Dayton City Council held its regular meeting at 6 p.m. January 10, 2023. Mayor Zac Weatherford and council members Teeny McMunn, James Su’euga, Kyle Anderson, Dain Nysoe, Shannon McMillen, Laura Aukerman, and Tiger Dieu attended in pers...

 By Justin Jaech    News    January 19, 2023

Port approves land sale to Table Rock Meat Co.

DAYTON – The Columbia Port Commissioners held their regular meeting at 5 p.m. on January 11, 2023, at the Port of Columbia conference room and on Zoom. Commissioners present were Genie Crowe, Seth Bryan, Johnny Watts, and the Executive Director,...


At the Liberty: "Puss in Boots: The Last Wish"

DAYTON-"Puss in Boots: The Last Wish" is the sequel to DreamWorks Animation's 2011 Oscar-nominated blockbuster. Antonio Banderas will again voice the suave feline outlaw, as Puss in Boots discovers...


At the Liberty:" A Bad Year for Tomatoes"

"A Bad Year for Tomatoes" by John Patrick is a ​live theater comedy presented by arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. Performed with a local cast, and directed by Bev Startin. Fed up with...


Friends of the Pool hosting Community Forum

WAITSBURG—Two representatives from the Walla Walla YMCA, knowledgeable in pool planning and grants, will lead a community forum on the needs for a future swimming pool in Waitsburg. The community event will take place on Thursday, January 26, in... Full story


Frank Jay Reser

Frank Jay Reser passed on January 3, 2023, with a nail gun in his hand, doing what he loved. Frank was born March 10, 1951, in Ritzville, Wash., to Gene and Fern Reser. They spent time in... Full story


Weller Public Library's books of the Month

WAITSBURG-Here are the recommended books for January from the Weller Public Library Adult Fiction "Dreamland" by Nicholas Sparks. Love story about risking everything for a dream- and whether it's... Full story

 By Karen Huwe    Sports    January 19, 2023

Wolfpack Boys Win One, Drop Two Basketball Games

DW COMBINE-DW's 37-25 lead at halftime withstood a Warden comeback in the second half for a 58-53 win in basketball action on Tuesday, January 10, in Dayton. Spencer Hansen led his team with 26...

 By Karen Huwe    Sports    January 19, 2023

Palmer Places Sixth at First FFA Trap Shoot Event

WAITSBURG-Waitsburg High School senior Garrett Palmer hit 45 out of 50 clay pigeons to place sixth out of 85 shooters at the Pullman FFA Trap competition on Saturday, January 14. Pullman High School...

 By Karen Huwe    Sports    January 19, 2023

DW Girls Basketball lose two games, build skills

DW COMBINE—The Wolfpack girls struggled to put the basketball through the hoop in three games last week. The team is a little short-handed this year with only eight girls, but they showed a lot of hustle in each game. The girls worked hard on...


January, the New Spring

Just when Mugsy and I were adapting to the pitfalls of winter, it’s spring (only temporary, I’m sure). Finally, after four years here, I am much improved and more confident at walking and driving...


KR is back in town

WAITSBURG-Talented musician and songwriter Kellie Rose is coming back to Waitsburg. Since last visiting Waitsburg, she has settled back in Bellevue, Wash., where she has been performing and writing....


Wine of the Week

Oregon's Rogue Valley wineries are a different breed from their northern cousins in the Willamette. The scenery is even more stunningly beautiful, the wineries more isolated, the climate warmer and...



Ten Years Ago January 17, 2013 Several years ago, Waitsburg resident Leroy Cunningham had a vision for helping kids learn about business and have fun at the same time. He established Rural Youth... Full story


Sloppy Joes

Sometimes, while researching recipes, I am overcome by unexpected cravings. This week, I was reminded of the flavorful and messy childhood lunchroom classic, the sloppy joe sandwich. Always up for a...


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