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Articles from the September 30, 2010 edition

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Dayton’s Shell Has New Owner

DAYTON - Anne Hig­gins was so excited to get out from behind a computer, be out in the community and meet new people that when she heard the Shell Service Center, right here in Dayton, might be up...

 

Cardinals Beat Irish Second Year In A Row

WAITSBURG- For the second year in a row, the WP Cardinals subdued their arch rivals DeSales Thursday night, beating the Irish 27-14. The Cardinals are still undefeated at 6-0 and have passed one of the biggest hurdles of the season in their league li... Full story

 

WEDDING

Andria Marie Maxwell and David James Bridgett, PhD, were united in marriage on August 7, 2010. The ceremony was held at the home of Tony and Melanie Maxwell Bachart. The bride's brother, James...

 

Judith Henderson’s Wine & Country Living

I recently stopped at Harvest Foods for a few lemons and then headed for home. As I turned the corner, I saw my 88-year-old father standing at my door. He had just driven all the way from Bethel Island, California, out in the Sacramento Delta, to...

 

PIONEER PORTRAITS

Ten Years Ago October 12, 2000 The American Legion and Auxiliary hosted a dinner to honor local girls and boys state representatives on October 9. Reports by Billie Jo Curtis and Juan Flores of Prescott and Mans Hofer of Waitsburg were enjoyed by... Full story

 

JOINT PERMIT AGENCY CONSIDERED

WALLA WALLA - The county and city of Walla Walla are considering formation of a joint permit processing agency which would be governed by a three-member board. One board member will be selected by the County Commission­ers, one by the Walla Walla...

 

DAYTON CITY PLANNERS WANTED

DAYTON - Two positions are open on the Dayton City Planning Commission. The city is looking for two or three people who are interested in seeing how the city develops in the next few years. The commission meets once a month on the third Monday of... Full story

 

GET YOUR FOOD HANDLERS PERMIT

WAITSBURG - Adults or students interested in getting their Food Handlers' Permit are invited to attend a training session at the Waitsburg School District Library on Wednes­day, Oct. 6, from 2:40 - 4:15 p.m. The cost of the training will be $10 and...

 

GREEN GIANT TO BE SPRUCED UP

DAYTON - The image of the Green Giant laid out in pavers on a hillside south of Highway 12 will undergo some cleaning and retouching this weekend. The image symbolizes the history of Waitsburg and Dayton as historic Green Giant towns when the...

 

STARBUCK MAN REMAINS MISSING

STARBUCK - After a two-day search of the area around Starbuck last week, three dog teams from Idaho Mountain Rescue were unable to located Bob Bulota, the 64-year-old bachelor who has been missing from Starbuck since March and its presumed to have...

 

OCTOBER CALENDAR

1Willow, a boutique and art gallery on Rose Street in Walla Walla, is having an ArtWALK from 5-8 p.m. with demonstrations and art talks by M'Lisse Moerk and Margie McDonald begin­ning at 6 p.m. This will be followed by an open studio on Saturday, Oc...

 

Mustangs Trample Patriotsnumber

WAITSBURG - In an impressive hometown sea­son opener, the Waitsburg-Prescott Mustangs last Wednesday took Liberty Christian to the wood shed for a punishing 20-0 victory that bodes well for the rest... Full story

 

Training Pays Off As Local Runners Improve Their Times

DAYTON - Dayton cross country runners did well at their league meet at home last week. On Tuesday, Sept. 21, the entire team ran, and took second place. "The Tri-Cities Prep team was intimidatingly large, but several people improved their race... Full story

 

Unbeaten Tigers Defeat 2nd Ranked St. George

SPOKANE - The Waits­burg Prescott Tigers are 2nd in the state after defeating the next-to-best team in Wash­ington - St. George - 3-2 Saturday. "It was a very interest­ing game," assistant coach Ba...

 

Irish Edge Bulldogs

DAYTON - The Dayton Bulldogs fought the Irish un­til the end, but they could not hang on to the momentum with which they started their four-game match against DeSales. They won the first game 25-18,...

 

WP Beats DeSales & TCP

RICHLAND - The Waits­burg Prescott Cardinals won their second match in a row Tuesday night against Tri-Cities Prep to improve their league record to 2-3 go­ing into Wednesday's game against the... Full story

 

Cady And The Cardinals Run Over Riverhawks

PASCO - Just how impor­tant is Kris Cady to the Car­dinals' offense and defense? Well, try sitting him out for half a game as head coach Jeff Bartlow did because Cady breached team rules last week.... Full story

 

Dear Editor:

Walla Walla County has been fortunate to have Mike Humphreys, and Bill Jackson before him, as sheriff. Bill White is cast from the same mold. Bill White has helped Mike Humphreys make our sher­iff's office extremely effective, even with limited...

 

Dear Editor:

By now, it is obvious that the recent Cycle Oregon event in our community was a resound­ing success. It took the whole community to accomplish this. It my intent with this letter to single out some...

 

Dear Editor:

I urge Columbia voters to re-elect Sheriff Walt Hessler and vote for Randy Lewis as County Prosecutor. It was Deputy Mark Frank­lin, now running against the sheriff, who did not believe or understand the Constitution un­der which citizens have the...

 

Valley Is One Community

Driving east out of Waitsburg you quickly reach the county line. A small sign on Highway 12 indicates that you're crossing from Walla Walla into Columbia county, but nothing else changes. The hills that mark the Touchet Valley watershed continue in...

 

Waitsburg’s “Darling” Celebrates 90 Years

WAITSBURG - If there's one gal in Waitsburg every­body knows and loves, it's Jane Butler. Though she isn't a Waits­burg native, she has become as much a part of this com­munity as any member of...

 

WP To Fight Irish

WAITSBURG - Those who were there last year will never forget the scene. When the final whistle blew, sealing WP's 35-28 victory over DeSales, the home crowd in the bleachers and on the sideline... Full story

 

Get Ready For... Mule Mania

DAYTON - Already known on the West Coast for All Wheels, there is a good chance that by next year Dayton will become known far and wide for a brand new summer event: Mule Mania. Get ready for mule...

 

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