Articles from the February 16, 2023 edition

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 By Eve Talbott    News    February 16, 2023

Making dumplings for the Lunar New Year at The Club

DAYTON-January 22nd was the first day of the Lunar New Year. For The Club's "Plus Delta After School Program" in Dayton, it was the start of a series of events for the kids to learn more about a holid...

 By Lane Gwinn    News    February 16, 2023

Chief Springs to celebrate ten years

DAYTON-Ten years ago, Mike and Ann Springs opened Chief Springs Fire and Irons Brew Pub in downtown Dayton. Soon after they opened the pub and brewery, they added a third business by purchasing the...

 By Justin Jaech    News    February 16, 2023

Port considers malt facilities for BMS

DAYTON – The Port of Columbia Board of Commissioners held its regular meeting on February 8, 2023, at the Port of Columbia conference room and on Zoom. Executive Director Jennie Dickinson and Commissioners Genie Crowe and Seth Bryan were present,...


At the Liberty:"The Whale"

DAYTON—“The Whale” is the story of a reclusive English teacher living with severe obesity (600 lbs) who attempts to reconnect with his estranged teenage daughter for one last chance at redemption. It stars Brendan Fraser and it is based on the... Full story


Activities for Fat Tuesday and Ash Wednesday

DAYTON—Some call it Mardis Gras, some Fat Tuesday, but at First United Methodist Church, it’s all about pancakes. The church will host a Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper on Tuesday, February 21, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. All are welcome to enjoy...


Update on Prescott Joint Park and Rec District

PRESCOTT—The Prescott Joint Park and Recreation District Board of Commissioners and the newly elected Board Chair, Jason Kaehler, thanked the District’s residents for their votes and approval of the levy request for 2023. They look forward to... Full story


Concern over council member's ethics

Dayton deserves great leadership. The City Council members were elected or appointed to handle our tax money and make responsible decisions in the best interest for the City of Dayton. As an elected official in local government, you are responsible... Full story


Times Writers recognized

This letter is to let you know how much I enjoy your local writers. Brad Trumbo’s “ Palouse Outdoors: The Final Day” in the February 2nd issue was so evocative of season and place that although I have absolutely no interest in hunting, I... Full story


Donna Louise (Winder) Huwe

Dayton lost lifelong resident Donna Huwe, on February 1, after a brief illness. She worked hard to help provide for her family – first for Green Giant, then as a CNA at Robinson's Nursing Home and... Full story

 By Karen Huwe    News    February 16, 2023

Waitsburg Booster Club Re-Energized 

WAITSBURG—Twenty-four years ago, the Waitsburg Booster Club was formed. Ross Hamann was elected president and has continued in the role over the years. Even though the club lost momentum about five years ago, Hamann and 12-year veteran treasurer...


Booster club Flashback

Andy Winnett and Jim Davison received the 2012 Waitsburg Booster Club Boosters of the Year award at a recent basketball game. According to Booster Club President Ross Hamann, Winnett and Davison were...

 By Lane Gwinn    News    February 16, 2023

River Walk Assisted Living facility is open

DAYTON-The Columbia County Health System community has looked forward to the opening of the River Walk Assisted Living facility since construction began in 2021, After weeks of anticipation and...


Dayon City Council approve land sales agreement for Wastewater Plant

DAYTON—The Dayton City Council unanimously passed Resolution 1507, which authorizes the mayor to enter into a purchase agreement with Douglas Krueger and Marjory L Krueger for land to be used for the Wastewater Treatment Plant. The proposed...

 By Karen Huwe    Sports    February 16, 2023

Waitsburg 's Mahre Brothers follow family on the slopes

WAITSBURG-Since the age of one, brothers Isaac and Ethan Mahre traveled in their dad's backpack as he skied the slopes at White Pass. When they were two years old, they were learning to ski with...

 By Karen Huwe    Sports    February 16, 2023

DW Boys proceed to loser-out game in playoffs

DW COMBINE—The Wolfpack boys’ basketball team won their first district game against White Swan 65-47 on February 7. On February 10, the Wolfpack battled with Columbia Burbank, losing 77-44, which will put them in a loser-out game against Mabton...

 By Karen Huwe    Sports    February 16, 2023

The Bears coached by Chelsie Abel

WALLA WALLA-Coach Chelsie Abel is in her second-year coaching for Walla Walla Parks and Rec's indoor soccer league. Her team, the Bears, consists of first and second-grade players from Waitsburg and...


Ponzi 2021 Laurelwood Pinot Noir

Ponzi (est. 1970) is one of a handful of wineries that launched the modern era of winemaking in the Willamette Valley. Although second gen winemaker Luisa Ponzi is still in charge of production, the...



Ten Years Ago February 21, 2013 When Mike Spring was learning to brew beer a few years ago, he took a class for home brewers at Ice Harbor Brewing Company in Kennewick. Now that he and his wife, Ann,... Full story


Chicken Piccata

Over the past year, my time has been fully occupied with recipe testing, managing two businesses, and keeping up with my schoolwork. With this busy schedule, I am always looking for quick and...


Up in the Air

We just returned from a weekend jaunt to Seattle for the sole purpose, to quote Daniel, “to eat properly.” To start our culinary weekend, we raced into our hotel and hungrily snatched up a bottle...


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