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Views From the Pioneer Fall Festival

Waitsburg's Pioneer Fall Festival was held Sunday, September 16th at the Bruce Museum Complex...

 

Dayton Mayor Craig George to Resign

DAYTON-There is a for sale sign on Kathy and Craig George's lawn on S. 2nd St. in Dayton. Craig George has announced that he will resign his post early next year as Dayton's mayor. He told The Times...

 

Powell Rifle Donated to Waitsburg Historical Society

WAITSBURG-In August 2017, while many people were traveling elsewhere to see a solar eclipse, Barney Powell and his wife made a point to travel through Waitsburg. "We stopped because I was interested i...

 

Pioneer Portraits

Ten Years Ago-September 25, 2008 Pending finalization of a contract and the inclusion of the former Preston-Shaffer Milling Co. structure on the City's insurance policy, emergency roof repair work...

 

One-Year Fairgrounds Ban Upheld for Lee Ann Literal

DAYTON—On a 2-1 vote, the Board of Columbia County Commissioners on Monday upheld a one-year ban from the Columbia County Fairgrounds for Dayton resident Lee Ann Literal, following an administrative hearing. Literal appeared at the hearing with her...

 

Birthdays

Sept. 20: Owen Senter, Rhonda Newbury, Monte Duncan, Robyn Dunleavy, Alex Solis. Sept. 21: Bob Rabern, Kenneth Crawford, Fred R. Gritman, Diana Larsen. Sept. 22: Marty Dunn, Phyllis Rubel, Cheryl Hansen, Marie Gagnon, Misty Nix, Lynn Rohlfing, Kyle...

 

Manhattan Short Film Festival

DAYTON—Dayton’s Liberty Theater will be one of more than 300 venues around the world to showcase nine short films as part of the Manhattan Short Film Festival, taking place here Sept. 27-30 and Oct. 2. The Liberty is one of only three festival...

 

Friends of Dayton Library to Host Fall Book Sale

DAYTON—The Friends of the Dayton Memorial Library are having a fall book sale, with a larger quantity of quality and affordable books than usual. The sale will take place at 250 E. Main St., between Blue Mountain Realtors and Rey’s Roast. from...

 

Extended Lab, Rehab Hours at Dayton Hospital

DAYTON—Columbia County Health System has announced extended hours for its laboratory service department and for its rehabilitation services department. The hospital lab is now open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays from 8...

 

Mark Crider for Sheriff

Dear Editor, My professional law enforcement career has been spent patrolling the highways of the great State of Washington. Twenty-five of my 33-and-a half-years with the Washington State Patrol have been spent serving and protecting the citizens...

 

Great Experience at the Fair

Dear Editor, Dain and I would like to thank everyone who stopped by the “Nysoe for County Commissioner” booth at the recent Columbia County Fair. It was great to be on the main fairway to see and greet so many people. The weather was perfect,...

 

Support Urged for Nysoe

Dear Editor: I write urging readers to vote for Dain Nysoe as Columbia County Commissioner. As noted by previous writers, Dain Nysoe is uniquely qualified by his education, his leadership in economic development, and by his keen perspective on our...

 

Support Urged for Everett Maroon

Dear Editor, Please elect Everett Maroon to represent the 16th Legislative District in Olympia. A 1992 graduate of Syracuse University, he is devoted to public service and is eminently qualified to serve. Before moving to Walla Walla, Maroon was the...

 

Booker Residents' Trip To Fair a Success

Dear Editor, This is a letter of thanks and acknowledgement. We staff members at Booker Rest Home were overjoyed with how our wonderful community pulled together to help our residents. On Friday, Sept. 7, BRH (Booker Rest Home) was able to take 21...

 

Organic, Dynamic Ceramics

Long before there were machines, there was – and still is – the human hand. And as miraculous and wonderful machinery is, it does not begin to compare with the creativity of the hand, impelled by...

 

DW Gets Big Win at White Swan, 38-6

WHITE SWAN-The Dayton-Waitsburg football team got its first win in over a year Friday night, swamping White Swan on the road, 38-6. The win came as coach Troy Larsen shuffled his offense, focusing...

 

Newspaper Archive Unlocks History Mystery

WAITSBURG-In spring of 1948, The Waitsburg Times published a succinct article about a 24-year-old male who was killed in a motorcycle accident. Little did they know at the time, there was more to the...

 

Legals

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Pursuant to the Revised Code of Washington 61.24, et seq.TS No.: WA-17-766291-AJ APN No.: 360729580115 Title Order No.: 65388 Deed of Trust Grantor(s): CAROLYN J ELY, JAMES L ELY Deed of Trust Grantee(s): MORTGAGE... Full story

 

Whoopie Pies

You know what a Whoopie Pie is, don't you? I thought everyone knew, but I thought everyone knew what a Pecan Sandie was also. I was wrong. Here is what the web said: "The whoopie pie is a U.S. baked...

 

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