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Articles from the February 20, 2020 edition

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Team Rubicon is here

Team Rubicon (TR), a veteran-led disaster response organization, is on the ground in Waitsburg. Team Rubicon focuses on serving vulnerable and at-risk populations affected by disaster. Formed in 2010...

 

Waitsburg Flood Relief Committee in action

In action since early Friday morning on February 7, Pastor Matt Wyatt of the Waitsburg Christian Church has been leading the 'spontaneous volunteers' of Waitsburg to assist residents with the many...

 

Dayton mayor shares information about aftermath of the flood

DAYTON—On Wednesday of last week Mayor Zac Weatherford provided information to the public about the flood damage to city infrastructure. Weatherford said the City has determined there are roughly...

 

Times Travelers

Tim (of Tim's Carpentry) and Claudia (of Claudia's Massage) Abel visited Playa La Ensenada beach, in the Canete Province, of Lima, Peru....

 

Belated Valentine

Belated, but not forgotten, Valentines Carl & Jody Peck, married 47 years....

 

Dayton Lions Crab Dinner

DAYTON-The Dayton Lions club will hold their annual crab dinner on Sat. March 7 at the Columbia County Fairgrounds. Doors open at 5 p.m. with dinner served from 6-7 p.m.  The crab dinner fundraiser raises money to be used in the community for...

 

Rep. Rude's bill passes House unanimously

OLYMPIA-A bill that would extend peer support services for staff working within the Department of Corrections was unanimously approved by the state House of Representatives on Thursday, Feb. 13....

 

Host families sought for international exchange students

Visiting International students aged 15 - 17 years old are seeking host families in the area for an academic year or semester. Exchange students from countries such as Brazil, Norway, China, and Germany become full members of their host family while...

 

Writer urges people to come together

To the Editor: Though I write what may be an unpopular letter, by God’s grace I am still warm at age 96. Along with my World War II friends we agree America should reinstate the military draft to active service for both young men and women. The...

 

Proposed cougar management regulations

To the editor: Upon reviewing the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (WDFW) presently proposed cougar management regulations, there are considerations I believe the general public should have more clarity on regarding the science behind...

 

Pastor Hughes praises relief efforts, and offers help

To the Editor Pastor Matt Wyatt and the Christian Church have received much thanks and praise for their response to needs arising from the flooding. All well deserved! And Margie Benson with coordinating meals for the displaced and for the work...

 

Walla Walla County Sheriff's Office

February 9 Deputies were dispatched to an address on the 2000 block of Pleasant Street for a physical domestic case. Arrest made, report taken. Walla Walla. February 10 Male subject arrested by Walla Walla Police at Pizza Hut on Rose after...

 

Brian Hunt selected as the CEO of Sherwood Trust

WALLA WALLA—On Thursday, Feb. 13 it was announced that Brian Hunt, who is currently publisher for the Walla Walla Union-Bulletin will become the next CEO of the Sherwood Trust. Hunt fills the spot...

 

Valerie Mudry named as new Market Manager at Blue Mountain Station

DAYTON-Blue Mountain Station Co-op Market and Nursery welcome Valerie Mudry as the new Market Manager. Valerie brings a diverse set of assets to the Co-op and Nursery that include skills in...

 

Scholarship offered for students pursuing health care career

The Dayton/Waitsburg Community Health Foundation is offering a $1,000 scholarship for an individual enrolled in an accredited institution offering a health care curriculum. The range of degrees and pr...

 

Happy Birthday!

February 20: Harvey Danielson, Jace Grende and Colter Mohney. February 21: Dick Brunton, Ted Hopwood, Rich PiersAon, Travis Wood, Joshua Wood, Chris Huwe and Molly and Mandy Hays. February 22: Cheri...

 

Legal Notices

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Pursuant to the Revised Code of Washington 61.24, et seq.108 1st Ave South, Suite 202, Seattle, WA 98104 Trustee Sale No.: WA-19-867603-RM Title Order No.: 8758292 Reference Number of Deed of Trust: Instrument No....

 

Presidents' Day-Truth or Tact?

Truth is, I am old enough to remember when we honored Washington and Lincoln on two different days in February, and celebrated with two school vacation days. I choose to continue that tradition. I...

 
 By Brad Trumbo    News    February 20, 2020

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife revising game management regulations

On February 6th, The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) opened the public comment period on proposals to update regulations for a variety of game hunting opportunities, as well as the proposed 2020 hunting seasons. Among the...

 

Prescott drops first playoff game to Oakesdale, 60-54

OAKESDALE-Prescott traveled to Oakesdale on Saturday February 15th to kick off the first game of the district 9 tournament. Oakesdale scored first, but #11 Antonio Hernandez answered for Prescott...

 

D-W Boys basketball concludes historic season, look to make more history next year

While they didn’t achieve all their season goals, one of them making the playoffs, it was a season for the history books for this newly combined program between Dayton and Waitsburg and its boys basketball program. After a winless 2018-2019 basketb...

 

D-W Girls basketball fight to the end at the District tournament

GRANGER—The Dayton-Waitsburg girls basketball team put its entire heart and soul into its final contest of the season in a difficult loss to DeSales 60-43 at the 2020 Eastern Washington Athletic Conference tournament. Part of the difficulty was...

 

Wa-Hi Boys basketball downs Mead in opening playoff overtime victory

WALLA WALLA—The largest crowd of the season got more than its money worth in the roller coaster of a ride as Wa-Hi boys basketball took its foot off the gas pedal in the fourth before hitting it again in overtime for the 68-61 first round of the...

 

Walla Walla loses in second round to Central Valley, 84-77

SPOKANE-The Walla Walla boys varsity basketball team played in the semi-finals of the district playoffs against the Central Valley Bears Saturday, February 15th on the Bears' home court. Early in the...

 

Prescott basketball awards ceremony

PRESCOTT-Athletic Director Jeff Foertsch hosted an awards ceremony on February 12th at Stueckle Gymnasium to honor the boys and girls basketball teams this year. First to speak was girls head coach...

 

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