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Articles from the March 20, 2014 edition

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Mandi Wendt Takes Over The Weinhard

When a chef named Gabe Knapp opened a small café in the front of the Wein­hard Hotel about 20 years ago, Dayton had already gained a reputation as a fine dining destination. Patit Creek Restaurant w...

 

SPRING SPORTS SCHEDULES Waitsburg-Prescott Track and Field

Waitsburg-Prescott High School Baseball 2014 Schedule...

 
 By The Times    Sports    March 20, 2014

Lady ‘Dogs Suffer 9-1 Loss at Weston-Athena

WESTON-ATHENA - A dreary day made for dreary play as the Dayton Bulldogs softball team faced the WestonMcE­wen TigerScots in Athena on Monday afternoon. The Lady 'Dogs walked away from their first full (non-league) game of the season with a 9-1...

 
 By Dena Wood    Sports    March 20, 2014

Dayton, WP 1-1 at Jamboree

PRESCOTT -- High spirits, warm weather and a semi-sunny afternoon made for an ideal kickoff to high school softball season at Saturday's Jamboree between Waitsburg, Dayton and Touchet. Teams played...

 
 By Dena Wood    Sports    March 20, 2014

Prescott Seeks WP Combine Changes

WAITSBURG -- As baseball season begins, the Waitsburg School Board was thrown a curve ball with a proposal that "came out of left field" according to Board Chairman Ross Hamann. Prescott School...

 
 By Dena Wood    Front Page    March 20, 2014

Coming Soon: Whiskey Creek Sports Bar & Grill

WAITSBURG - In what Ken Cole Jr. described as "a weird offshoot of community service" a group of locals are forging ahead with plans to bring casual family dining back to Waitsburg. The demolition of...

 

American Legion Spring Conference

WAITSBURG - The American Legion Post #35 Spring Conference will take place Sunday, April 6 at Town Hall. An RSVP lunch will be served at 1 p.m. Lunch is $12 and will include Pulled Pork and BBQ chicken, Boston Baked Beans, assorted salads and... Full story

 

Mayor and Council Run Unopposed

WAITSBURG - City Clerk Randy Hinchliffe congratulated Waitsburg's City Council and mayor at Monday night's City Coun­cil meeting, letting them know that no one had filed Declarations of Candidacy to run against them in this year's election. Ballots...

 
 By Dena Wood    News    March 20, 2014

At the Feet of the Masters151

BELLEVUE - Waits­burg's Barnstormers - Chris and Emma Philbrook, Rob­ert Walsh and Sam Mc­Gowen -- joined over 30 bands and 200 musicians at Wintergrass - the "biggest and best" bluegrass festival...

 

School Bond Levy Informational Meetings

DAYTON - Dayton Citi­zens for Education and the Dayton School District will be hosting two informa­tional meetings to provide the public with information on the bond issue which has been placed on the April 22 ballot. The meetings will take place...

 
 By Ken Graham    News    March 20, 2014

Plastics are Recyclable in Dayton

Best Western Hotel sponsors Earth Day recycling challenge DAYTON - Recycling has been an option in Dayton for years for many materials, including cardboard, paper, cans and bottles. Even motor oil... Full story

 

Vote Yes for the Kids!

Dear Editor: It is very important that the citizens of Dayton and Columbia County pass this bond to renovate the high school and do parts of the grade school. There are too many problems to describe in a letter as to what needs to be done to bring...

 

A Headline- Dominated Market

The price of wheat is stronger now than at any point since last fall in late October. Many market observers are citing the Ukraine/Crimean crisis as a factor, although the winter wheat crop planted in the Ukraine is in reason­ably good shape and...

 

Support Urged for Dayton School Bond Levy

Dear Editor, As a citizen and tax payer I believe our students today and in the future need your help. Our parents, grandparent, great grand­parents and community members provided the facilities we needed while we were stu­dent, now it is our...

 

Spring is (Almost) Sprung

I was hammering away at an essay in Spanish class the other day when half the class suddenly shut down their computers, gath­ered their books, and filed out the door. At first, I was curious, but...

 

Some Drivers Could See New Tab Fee Next Year

OLYMPIA - Some Washington drivers could see a new fee added to their vehicle- tabtransactions starting next year. Both the Senate and House agreed on a bill that would add a $5 fee for vehicle- registration renewals and purchases and a $12 fee for...

 

BIR THDAYS

March 21: Brad Huffman, Doris Williams, Linda Stone­cipher, Margie Huwe, Lane Huffman, Rebecca Stokes, Ken Lenhart. March 22: Garrett Buffington, Kenneth Lewis, Mary Hamblen, Gia Fluharty, Amy Morrow and Cole Janovich. March 23: Jayce Bayer, Sally...

 

POLICE NOTES

Waitsburg March 11 Identity theft reported on 19,000 block of east Highway 12; credit card information taken off stolen Xbox and used. Domestic violence problem on W. 3rd Street, no arrests. Subject arrested on warrant on Harmon Street. Dayton March... Full story

 

WEEKLY CALENDAR

19 Crafternoon ( everyWednesday) Dayton Memorial Li­brary 3:30 p.m. All ages welcome. Red Cross/NHS BloodDrive Waitsburg High SchoolGymnasium (420 CoppeiAve.) 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. The Waitsburg NationalHonor Society is hostinga Red Cross Blood...

 

Annual School Carnival & Silent Auction

WAITSBURG -- Waits­burg's Home and School Association will be hosting their annual carnival and silent auction to raise funds for elementary programs on March 21 at from 5:30 to 7:30 in the Waitsburg Elementary School Multi- purpose room. The...

 

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