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Articles from the March 3, 2022 edition

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Cracking through winter

This little guy looked a little dazed after hitting his head on the ice, helping to break up the ice on Rainbow Lake last Monday to get ready for the March 1st opening at Tucannon...

 
 By Beka Compton    News    March 3, 2022

Garden with the Columbia County Rural Library

DAYTON-The Columbia County Rural Library District welcomes the WSU Extension's Master Gardening Program for a four-week intro into all things gardening, starting with the dirty work- literally! The...

 
 By Beka Compton    News    March 3, 2022

Prescott schools, Parks and Rec team with Walla Walla YMCA

Prescott finds solutions to bring swimming and drowning prevention training to students. PRESCOTT-Students at Prescott Schools will soon be headed to the Walla Walla YMCA for swimming, CPR, and first...

 

At the Liberty:

DAYTON­—Uncharted is based on one of the best-selling and most critically acclaimed video game series of all time. It tells the story of Nathan Drake (Tom Holland) and his first adventure with rival-turned-partner Victor “Sully” Sullivan...

 

Anything Goes screening at Gesa Power House Theatre

WALLA WALLA—Gesa Power House Theatre presents a Live Cinema screening of Anything Goes on Sunday, March 27 at 1:00 p.m. Filmed live at the Barbican in London, and screening for the first time to select international cinemas, this new production of...

 

LETTERS

Dear Editor In the last two weeks, I have read two articles in The Times quoting Columbia County Commissioner Chuck Amerein, each of them a complete contradiction to the other. In the first article, “Commissioners approve $5,000 grant to The...

 

Equine Industry Support bill heads to Senate for second reading

OLYMPIA—Washington state legislative bill HB1928 (2021-22), concerning equine industry support, has passed the House and moved to the state Senate. On February 28, the Senate sent the bill to the Rules Committee for a second reading. Sponsored by...

 

Providence St. Mary easing visitor restrictions to allow two visitors per patient; more for end of life

WALLA WALLA—Due to declining cases of COVID-19 in the community, Providence St. Mary is easing visitor restrictions to allow two visitors/support people per patient beginning on February 23, 2022. The visitors must remain the same individuals throu...

 

Washington's indoor mask mandate ending 9 days earlier. on March 12

WALLA WALLA/COLUMBIA COUNTIES—Grocery stores, childcare facilities, gyms, bars, and restaurants are just a few of the indoor industries in Washington preparing for a sooner-than-anticipated mask mandate lift. Governor Jay Inslee Monday announced...

 

Whitman Mission National Historic Site Visitor Center to close MArch 15-17

WALLA WALLA— On March 15th-17th, 2022, the Whitman Mission National Historic Site Visitor Center wil be closed for staff to participate in professional and employee development. The interpretive park rangers will join staff from Big Hole National...

 
 By Eric Umphrey    Sports    March 3, 2022

When Major Leaguers played against prisoners

With no new progress on major league baseball’s collective bargaining agreement (CBA), it looks like some regular-season games will be canceled this year. The owners have continued to lock out the players impacting spring training. Without a chance...

 
 By Karen Huwe    Sports    March 3, 2022

DW Girls Basketball wraps up the season with a win

DW Wolfpack middle school girls' basketball team played strong on both offense and defense on Tuesday, February 22, when they traveled to Liberty Christian in Walla Walla. Fourteen girls saw playing...

 

Library Reviews: by Todd Vandenbark, MLS.

Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys is the story of Lina, a 15-year old girl living in Lithuania during World War II. One night the Soviet secret police enter Lina’s home and send their family...

 
 By Beka Compton    News    March 3, 2022

Roadside Northwest offering basic roadside services

PRESCOTT—Flat tires, locked doors, and empty gas tanks are just a few common car troubles that Roadside Northwest can help with. Brian Danaher said that he founded Roadside Northwest in 2014, after...

 

"The Wrestler's Daughter" at Royal Block, Loose Collective at Plaza Theater Music, books, and good times are headed to Waitsburg this weekend

WAITSBURG—Shake off the winter blues and head to downtown Waitsburg this weekend for music, books, or both! Local band Loose Collective will be performing at Waitsburg’s Plaza Theater on Friday, March 4. Hailing from Walla Walla, Loose...

 

Alaskan Nets documentary to play at school fund raiser

Save the date! WAITSBURG-The Waitsburg Class of 2023 will show the movie Alaskan Nets on Saturday, March 19, a fundraising event presented by Alaska Airlines. The Alaskan Nets website states that the...

 
 By Brad Trumbo    Specials    March 3, 2022

Palouse Outdoors: Fishing the Trestle

"So, you wrote a book on bird hunting? You should write one on fishing", Scott said. "That's a strong possibility, considering I have twenty years' more fishing stories over bird hunting in the...

 

Name that tune (or Appliance)

I love music. My parents and many relatives had both musical talents, a great appreciation for music, and there was almost always music playing in our house. My father loved classical music and grew t...

 

PIONEER PORTRAITS

Ten Years Ago March 1, 2012 For the first time in 17 years, the Dayton Bulldogs are going to Spokane for the Hardwood Classic state basketball championship tournament starting Thursday. After...

 
 By Luke Chavez    Specials    March 3, 2022

Sausages with Peppers and Onions

With the combination of my ever-hectic work schedule, my better half recently starting grad school, and our looming list of spring garden projects, it's no wonder I've found myself researching...

 
 By Karen Huwe    Specials    March 3, 2022

Around the Valley: with Karen Huwe

During National FFA week, February 19-26, Waitsburg members had dress-up days, Ag Olympics, a trap shoot meet, and the Harvest Ball. Monday, President's Day, the students did not have school. On...

 

Correction on March 3, 2022 edition

A news brief titled Dayton Historical Depot Society director leaving post was accidentally included in the March 3, 2022 print edition. The March 11, 2021 news brief announced the resignation of past director Tamara Fritze. Shellie McLeod is the...

 

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