Articles from the May 4, 2023 edition

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 News    May 4, 2023

Dayton student places first at regional GEAR UP Competition

DAYTON-On April 28th, Christian Gonzalez and 11 other students from middle schools around the region competed in the GEAR UP 8th Grade Career Showcase Competition in Tri-Cities, Wash. He and the... Full story

 
 By Lane Gwinn    News    May 4, 2023

Offer accepted on Waitsburg City Hall

WAITSBURG—The Waitsburg City Council accepted an offer on Waitsburg’s former city hall at 147 Main Street. The offer made by Mark and Miriam Grant is for the listing price of $210,000. The council approved accepting the offer, adding a provision...

 

Waitsburg Class of 2023

WAITSBURG-It is almost the end of the school year and Waitsburg is gearing up to celebrate its graduating seniors. Each week we will highlight students from the Class of 2023. Natalie Teal Waitsburg...

 
 By Paul Gregutt    Specials    May 4, 2023

Joe To Go Oregon Rosé

My brother is on a rafting trip in SE Oregon and was bemoaning the fact that no glass is allowed, so no wine could be brought. Not true, I told him. What you want is wine in a can. Of which there are...

 

At the Liberty: "The Super Mario Brothers Movie"

DAYTON ­­­— “The Super Mario Brothers Movie” is a new animated film based on the world of Super Mario Bros. The storyline for this movie from the IMDb website is that “a Brooklyn Plumber named Mario, travels through the Mushroom Kingdom wi...

 

Letter from Commercial Club President

Business owners of Waitsburg! My name is Judy Bennett, and I am the new President of Waitsburg Commercial Club. I want to thank you for voting for me, and to tell you a little about how I intend to serve you and your enterprise this year. Under my... Full story

 

Times' article unfair

To the Editor: I was disappointed as I read the article in last week’s edition addressing the controversy over the Dayton Public Library. I had hoped that at least local journalists still held to the principle of fair & balanced reporting. That... Full story

 

Lynn Laureen Davis McCaw

Lynn McCaw, 69, passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by family and friends after a brief, but hard-fought, battle with cancer. Known to some as Mama Lynn and others as "Cro", she was the... Full story

 

Clinton James Atteberry

Clinton James Atteberry, Dayton resident, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, April 30, 2023, at the Dayton General Hospital. He was 42. A Celebration of Life for Clint will be Friday, May 12, 2023,... Full story

 

Forrest Ellsworth Conover

Lifetime farmer, rancher, and everybody's favorite cowboy, Ellsworth (LZ) Conover, passed on April 22, 2023. It is fitting for the outdoorsman and steward of the fields and mountains to have passed... Full story

 

Darrel "Dean" Shea

Darrel “Dean” Shea, 87, passed away on April 12, 2023 at the Walla Walla Veterans Home, surrounded by family. He was born on February 8, 1936 to Clarence A. and Olga G. (McCauley) Shea in Dayton, Washington; he was one, of four sons. Dean was... Full story

 

Jackie Mortier

Graveside Service for Jackie Mortier on May 13, 2023, 11 a.m. at the Dayton Cemetery A reception will follow at the Youth Building.... Full story

 

Thanks from Betty Ann Fletcher's family

Thank you sincerely for your expression of sympathy & kindness. It is deeply appreciated & will be remembered alwaysby the family of Betty Ann Fletcher... Full story

 
 By Karen Huwe    Sports    May 4, 2023

School sports update

MS baseball team gets a win WAITSBURG-The Waitsburg middle school boys baseball team defeated Touchet 10-1 in Waitsburg on April 26. Trace Nesje pitched three innings for the Cardinals, recording...

 
 By Brad Trumbo    Specials    May 4, 2023

Palouse Outdoors: An Embarrassing, Unconventional, Wildly Effective Fishing Fly

Seventy degrees with a cool breeze was welcomed, given the snow had barely left the northern shadows of the barn at home. I was surrounded by waterfowl and songbirds warbling, cackling, bickering,...

 

PIONEER PORTRAITS

Ten Years Ago May 2, 2013 In a special meeting last week, the Port of Columbia commissioners agreed to issue bonds through Banner Bank of up to $300,000 to complete construction of the first building... Full story

 
 By Luke Chavez    Specials    May 4, 2023

Spring Green Egg Casserole

This time of year, as our home garden is still just getting started, I am always thankful for the fresh asparagus and spring onions abundantly available at local grocers. Each spring, I love searching...

 

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