Articles from the October 13, 2022 edition

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 By Michele Smith    News    October 13, 2022

AAUW candidate forum held Oct. 5

DAYTON-The Dayton chapter of the American Association of University Women held a Candidates' Forum on October 5, to allow voters in Columbia County to hear from and ask questions of candidates for... Full story


At the Liberty:"Railway Children"

DAYTON– This movie is inspired by a beloved British family film. It is set in 1944 when life in Britain’s cities has become increasingly perilous. Three evacuee children are sent by their mother from Salford to the Yorkshire village of Oakworth...


Support for effective Metropolitan Board Commissioners candidates

If the Metropolitan Parks District proposal passes, then I believe it’s very important to vote for the board that will commit to progressing forward with the long-term goal. This elected board will have a huge job ahead, working with architects to... Full story


Best candidate can cross party lines, ultimately elected officials work for every voter

To the editor: There have been some remarks lately that Jack Miller can’t possibly be a true Republican because he has so much support from Democrats in the community. I want to point out that, as a Democrat living in a county with a Republican... Full story


Delbert Charles Mock

September 3, 1924 – September 24, 2022 Delbert Mock passed away September 24, 2022, in Waitsburg at the age of 98. Delbert Charles Mock was born on September 3, 1924, the son of Denzil and Neoma (Gl... Full story


DW Football Team Crushes Mabton

The Wolfpack football team had 432 yards on offense and cruised to a 58-0 win over Mabton on Saturday, October 8. Senior quarterback Monte Pettichord scored one touchdown, hit Cyson Morris for a...


Around the Valley: With Karen Huwe

Taking a cemetery tour might not be on everyone's bucket list, yet it is a place with tons of historical information. Joanna Lanning led about 50 people on a tour of the Mountain View Cemetery in...


Being Single Again

Somewhat sadly, but with a little smile on my face, Daniel is in Portugal. He has been temporarily hired as a personal chef to work for a family currently in Portugal. This job came together very fast...


Class of 1982 celebrates 40th

Pictured left to right: Back Row: Fred Hamann, Scott Archer, Paul Presler, Nick Shivley, and Richard Lybecker. Front row: Marybeth Shelley, Suzanne Stonecipher-Sollars, Barbara Goodwin, Anneli...


Operation Christmas Child Shoebox campaign is back

Local churches are organizing the annual Operation Christmas Child Shoebox campaign. Donations of gifts appropriate for children ages 2 through 14 are being collected at the Waitsburg Christian Church and Waitsburg Presbyterian Church, now through... Full story


J.C. Somers 2020 La Revanche Chardonnay

One of a pair of Chards from Jay Somers, this is a blend of grapes from the Anahata Vineyard (Eola Hills) and the Corrine Vineyard (Chehalem Mountains). Fermented and aged in 600 liter barrels,...



Ten Years Ago October 11, 2022 WP runners kept up with the pack last Saturday in Richland at an invitational against 60 middle school and high school teams full of tough competition. The highlight of...


Plum Torte

Each growing season we experiment with different fruits and vegetables in the garden. While some happily flourish, others just seem to fizzle and disappoint. Through it all, the most reliable...

 By Karen Huwe    Sports    October 13, 2022

HS and MS Volleyball

The Wolfpack high school volleyball team lost in three straight sets to Riverview on Wednesday, October 5; 12-25, 3-25, 15-25. Elsie Mann led the team with seven kills in the loss. The middle school...


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