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Articles from the July 26, 2018 edition

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 By Michele Smith    News    July 26, 2018

Bitcoin Mining Center Proposed Near Dayton

DAYTON--Leonard Ruff, the architect responsible for building data processing centers in Quincy, Wenatchee, and in Douglas County, was on hand at a community information meeting last week to discuss a Bitcoin mining center being planned near Dayton....

 
 By Emma Philbrook    News    July 26, 2018

Bats Take Up Residence at Waitsburg Elementary

WAITSBURG – At the Waitsburg School Board meeting on July 19, 2018, Chairman Ross Hamann, Vice-Chair Marilyn Johnson, and board members Russ Knopp and Christy House were all present. The Facility Supervisor’s report was enough to give anyone the...

 

Pioneer Portraits

Ten Years Ago-July 24, 2008 Buyers of U. S. wheat have helped made 2007-2008 a most remarkable marketing year, reports the U. S. Wheat Associates in its July 10 newsletter. In the end, sales of all U. S. wheat classes exceeded 2006-2007 by 43% Deere...

 

Birthdays

July 27: Charles Danielson, David Gauch, Phyllis Spidell, Jim Nettles, Brad Eaton. July 28: Jim Mason, Bill Donley, Jack Otterson, Jr., Jay Herion, Calvin Morton. July 29: Ginger Henze, John Kenney, Rachel Reedy, DeLynn Liebermann. July 30: Pam...

 

Martha Lucille Butler

SPOKANE -- Martha Lucille Butler (age 101) passed away July 15, 2018 in Spokane, WA. She was born and raised on a wheat ranch north of Prescott, WA. She attended a one-room school for eight years,...

 

David Flathers

David Flathers lost his battle with cancer on November 21, 2017 at the Washington Veterans Home. Graveside services will be Friday, July 27, 2018 at 11:00 A.M. at the Ivy Cemetery, Prescott,...

 

Arthur M. Sunderland

A "Celebration of Life" will be held on Saturday, August 4th, 1:00 p.m. at Dayton United Methodist Church for Arthur M. Sunderland, long time resident of Dayton. Arthur passed away May 13, 2018 in...

 

Stroe, a Strong Sheriff Candidate

Dear Editor, Matt Stroe will be a strong sheriff that will serve with honesty and dignity. Matt started his criminal justice career as a juvenile corrections officer, completing the state academy in 2006. Sheriff Humphreys hired Matt in June 2007 as...

 

Nysoe is Best Choice

Dear Editor, Dain Nysoe will be a good county commissioner. His educational background in business and public administration are perfect for the job. He’s a local boy and knows the community. Also, spending the last seven years on the Dayton City...

 

Crider is best Candidate for Sheriff

Dear Editor, I am the wife of a United States Marine and a Sheriff’s Deputy. In years past, I watched my husband mount up and go to war. I knew he was fighting alongside the best men America had to offer and I knew the leadership he served under...

 

Mark Crider: True born leader

Dear Editor, From the time I was a young girl, I can remember my parents expressing the importance of having strong morals and values. I knew in my teenage years that I wanted to become a police officer. It was from that moment on that everything I...

 

Seeking Family History

Dear Editor, I am seeking those that might have information or are related to Francis (Frank Cleveland) Winder. My Grandfather, Frank, was born in June 1888 in Garfield, WA. He passed away in October 1953 at Walla Walla and is buried at the Dayton...

 

Stroe is Best Choice for Sheriff

Dear Editor, I have had the great fortune of knowing Matt Stroe for 20 years. I’ve lived in the Walla Walla valley for 22 years and was able to meet Matt my second year here. Matt has been a positive presence my life since I first met him! He has...

 

Timber Bronze 53 Home Décor

Some people, when they say the word "art," breathe it with such reverence that those hearing feel like it's some kind of religious artifact – unreachable by the ordinary person, stuffed away in...

 
 By Michele Smith    News    July 26, 2018

Lunch Continues at Blue Mountain Station Market

DAYTON--Patricia Sacha, Blue Mountain Station Marketing Manager has announced new plans for daily lunches at the market. "Our goal is to have soup, salad and sandwiches, and there may be occasional...

 

DW Combine Fall Sports Information Night Aug. 6

WAITSBURG – The Dayton-Waitsburg Athletic Combine will hold its fall sports information night for parents and fall high school athletes on August 6 at 7:00 p.m. in the Waitsburg High School Auditorium. This meeting will be for athletes from both...

 

Missoula Children's Theater Auditions

DAYTON – Two group auditions will be held for this year’s visit from the Missoula Children’s Theatre at the Liberty Theater in Dayton for this year’s production of “King Arthur’s Quest.” The first audition will be August 7 at 2 p.m.,...

 

National Night Out August 7

DAYTON – This year, the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office will again sponsor its annual National Night Out event. It will be held in the Dayton City Park on Aug. 7 from 5 to 8 p.m. More than 30 displays from local agencies and businesses will be...

 
 By Emma Philbrook    News    July 26, 2018

Waitsburg City Council Report

WAITSBURG -- Council Members KC Kuykendall, Terry Jacoy, Kevin House, Jim Romine, Kate Hockersmith and Mayor Marty Dunn were all present. The maintenance needs of the city’s fire-hydrant system...

 
 By Emma Philbrook    News    July 26, 2018

Awana Coming to Waitsburg

WAITSBURG -- "A-W-A-N-A! I'm gonna build my life God's way!" chanted the autotuned voices of children over Waitsburg Christian Church's loudspeakers. On July 17, a small crowd of community members...

 
 By Michele Smith    News    July 26, 2018

Dayton School Board Adopts Budget for Coming Year

DAYTON— At their July 18 meeting, the Dayton School Board adopted the district’s 2018-19 budget, which was based on a conservative estimate for student enrollment for next year of 394. At that meeting, Business Manager Paula Moisio said the distr...

 

Swim the Snake Registration Open

LYONS FERRY – The sixth annual Swim the Snake event will be held at Lyons Ferry Marina and Lyons Ferry State Park on Aug, 11, beginning at 11 a.m. In addition to the non-competitive open-water swim, the event will also include a two-stage, competit...

 

Local Rainbow Girls to Grand Assembly

YAKIMA – Three Waitsburg Rainbow girls recently attended the Washington/Idaho Jurisdictional Grand Assembly from July 12 – 15 in Yakima. In attendance were Kendra Smith, Annie Trent and Haylee Crow along with Mother Advisor Patricia Wilson and...

 

Benefit for Aimee Harshman's Family

DAYTON – A Taco Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction will be held Saturday for the Family of Aimee (Lewis) Harshman, who recently passed away. It will be held at the Dayton Eagles from 5 to 8 p.m. The evening will include a tattoo raffle, to be held...

 

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