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Articles from the June 28, 2018 edition

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 By Michele Smith    News    June 28, 2018

Jay Penner Wants 100% "Yes" Votes for August EMS levy

WAITSBURG-When the ballots are counted in August for the proposed emergency medical services levy, Jay Penner wants to see one-hundred percent of voters in favor of it. Penner and his wife, Jackie,...

 
 By Dena Martin    News    June 28, 2018

Knopp Receives Community Leadership Award

WAITSBURG – For Russ Knopp, "retirement" may have meant stepping away from his official duties, but it hasn't slowed down his passion for helping kids. On June 14, the former Waitsburg Elementary...

 
 By Michele Smith    News    June 28, 2018

Marijuana Grow will be Indoors Only

DAYTON – A request by Cobalt Cannabis Co. for a condition use permit to develop a marijuana grow facility in northern Columbia County was the subject of a public hearing on Monday. If the CUP is approved, the facility will be located at 402...

 

Pioneer Portraits

Ten Years Ago-July 3, 2008 A proposed Flood Emergency Action Plan was explored by Mayor Markeeta Little Wolf and councilmen Larry Johnson, Larry Clinton and Leroy Cunningham at a council workshop June 25. Reviewing a Corps of Engineers-developed...

 

Birthdays

June 29: Wanda Mattice, Linda Herbert, Gina Fluharty. June 30: Jeff Bartlow, Pete Kinder, Ralph Jones and Erin Mellish. July 1: Gary Hofer, Ellen Atteberry, Scott Clayton and Lynn McCaw. July 2: Marc Zuger, Jeannie Hurd, Corlene Scoggin, Patrick...

 

Waitsburg July 4th Parade

WAITSBURG – Downtown Waitsburg will again be decked in red, white and blue for the annual Waitsburg Fourth-of-July Parade happening at noon on Wednesday. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to wear their patriotic colors. Veterans will be the first...

 

Dumas Station Summer Concert

DAYTON – The Americana and bluegrass band Rogue Lobster, from Walla Walla, will be performing Saturday in a special summer concert at Dumas Station Winery on Highway 12 between Dayton and Waitsburg. The Concert will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m....

 

Cooperative Vacation Bible School

DAYTON – The Congregational, Episcopal and Methodist churches in Dayton are co-sponsoring vacation bible school July 16 through 20 at the Dayton First United Methodist Church. Preschool children through high school youth are invited. Preschool...

 

Correction: Prescott Pool Information

PRESCOTT - In the article in last week’s Times about the Prescott and Waitsburg pools, some of the information regarding the Prescott Pool was outdated and incorrect. Daily gate fee is $4 for kids 6-17 and $5 for adults. Children under 5 are free....

 

Waitsburg School District Summer Hours

WAITSBURG – Due to constructions in the school buildings, the district will not have regular business hours this summer. Please call (509) 337-6301 for information and assistance. Leave a message if no answer. Inquiries can also be emailed to...

 

My Boy Scout Story

(Editor’s note: We received this letter this week from a young reader with a special connection to Waitsburg, and we are very pleased to publish his letter.) Dear Mr. Graham, My name is Sean William Stonecipher Sollars and I’m in the 6th grade....

 

Vote Stroe for Walla Walla County Sheriff

Dear Editor, Matthew J Stroe is one of my favorite people. He and his wife, Elizabeth, share the same family values my wife, Jessica, and I do. His devotion to service and community in Walla Walla County is unparalleled. Wherever and whenever he is...

 
 By Dena Martin    News    June 28, 2018

Waitsburg Adopts Six-Year Transportation Plan

WAITSBURG – The Waitsburg City Council moved forward with the annual state-mandated adoption of the city's six-year transportation plan at their July 20 regular meeting. No public comment was...

 
 By Michele Smith    News    June 28, 2018

Dayton School Board Summary

DAYTON – During last week’s regular meeting, Dayton School Superintendent Doug Johnson told the school board that no athletic director has yet been hired for the Dayton/Waitsburg athletic combine, and there is still work to be done to hire some...

 
 By Michele Smith    News    June 28, 2018

Report from Dayton City Council for June

DAYTON—Speaking at the June Dayton City Council meeting last week, Planning Director Meagan Bailey said dividing the city into eight zones has made code enforcement easier. Vehicles and RVs parked in the right of way is the biggest current...

 

Cuban Marinated Steak

I saw this recipe come through in my email from All Recipes and it sounded interesting. The reviews all had praises for it. I thought it would be a good one to try for the upcoming holiday. I bought...

 

Legal Notices for June 28

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Pursuant to the Revised Code of Washington 61.24, et seq.TS No.: WA-17-799592-BB APN No.: 350736960026 Title Order No.: 170462496-WA-MSW Deed of Trust Grantor(s): MARY P FILKINS Deed of Trust Grantee(s): MORTGAGE... Full story

 

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