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Articles from the November 19, 2015 edition

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 By Ken Graham    News    November 19, 2015

Kime is Chamber's Citizen of the Year

DAYTON – The Dayton Chamber of Commerce held its 69th Awards Banquet at Running T Ranch south of here Thursday evening. The theme of the banquet was "Education – The door to the future." A nearly...

 

Laughing in the Leaves

Karl and Marianne Newell's grandchildren had plenty of laughs while jumping in the leaves during a visit with grandpa and grandma on Saturday....

 

Pacific Power grant award

Bill Clemens, of Pacific Power (r), presented a check for $5,000 Monday to Dayton Development Task Force President Bette Lou Crothers. The money will be used by the Task Force for installation of...

 
 By Dena Wood    News    November 19, 2015

Prescott Plans Recreation Redo

PRESCOTT – The Prescott School District is actively seeking grants and donations to fund the renovation of the dilapidated and underused tennis and basketball courts located at the primary building...

 
 By Dena Wood    News    November 19, 2015

Main Street Bridge Design is Underway

WAITSBURG – At their October meeting, the Waitsburg City Council approved a design and engineering contract with the engineering firm Anderson-Perry for work on the city's Main Street Bridge. Anders...

 
 By Dena Wood    News    November 19, 2015

Dayton Students Stand Tall (or not)

DAYTON – Students in Shayna Hutchens classroom aren't likely to be told to "sit down and be quiet." They may be required to be quiet, but they can choose whether to stand or sit. And often, being...

 
 By Dena Wood    News    November 19, 2015

Donegon Discovers Her Irish Ancestry

WAITSBURG – "Richard Irvine from Hill Campbell married Eliza Hay from Horn Head." This one short line, in a tome of family history, was the lone clue that led Waitsburg resident Susan Donegan on a...

 

Knowledge bowl Goes Old School (Real Old School!)

The WHS Knowledge Bowl Team accepted an invitation from Lady Katherine of Akornebir, Baroness of Wastekeep (aka Kathy Carpenter), to serve during the Canton of Akernbir's yearly feast held at...

 
 By Ken Graham    Sports    November 19, 2015

Tigers' Road to State Ends

PRESCOTT – The Prescott soccer team hosted St. George's here Saturday and suffered a tough loss to the Dragons, 2-1 in the first round of state playoff action. St. George's struck first with 15...

 

Reading the times in Oz

It's evident that Flying Monkeys have excellent taste in reading material. The monkey above was captured taking a break from harassing Dorothy and her pals on the road to Oz, during TVAC's fall...

 

Cut Stock Sale in Works

DAYTON—At their regular meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 11 the Port of Columbia commissioners heard from Port Manager Jennie Dickinson about the possible sale of Columbia Cut Stock to Mark Lewis, the...

 
 By Ken Graham    News    November 19, 2015

Helgerson 'Not Guilty' of Child Assault

DAYTON – Levi Helgerson, of Dayton, was found not guilty of Assault of a Child late Friday afternoon. The unanimous jury verdict came after a two-week trial in Columbia County Superior Court,...

 

Banner Bank Manager to Speak at Commercial Club

WAITSBUG – The Waitsburg Commercial club will meet Thurs., Nov. 19 at 12 p.m. at The Q Wood-Fired Grill. Banner Bank Branch Manager Bev Rising will update members about operations at the new Waitsburg branch. Please RSVP reservations for this no-ho...

 

Kiwanis Hosts 29th annual Turkey Bingo

DAYTON – The Dayton Kiwanis Club will host its 29th Annual Turkey Bingo event on Sat., Nov. 21 from 4-9 p.m. Doors open at 3 p.m. This popular event is a fun, family night out with free babysitting and a turkey for every Bingo. Hotdogs,...

 

Pioneer Portraits - November 19, 2015

Ten Years Ago Nov. 24, 2005 When your get up and go has got up and went, Bob and Kathy Patton hope you’ll come to the drive-up window of their soon-to-be-opened business, Delta Connection, 101 Main, and get more go in the form of an espresso...

 

DayPomWai Multi-School Dance

DAYTON – Dayton High School is sponsoring a multi-school dance for Dayton, Waitsburg, and Pomeroy students at the Dayton Fairgrounds Pavilion on Sat., Nov. 21 from 8-11 p.m. The cost is $5. This casual dance is strictly for high school students,...

 

Waitsburg School Breakfast/Lunch

20: Pancake on a Stick; Grilled Cheese, Tomato Soup, Broccoli 23: Breakfast Sandwich; Hamburger (cheese opt.), Tomato/Onion/Pickle, Potato Smiles 24: Continental Breakfast; Teriyaki Chicken, Rice, Cucumbers 25: Cinnamon Roll; Corn Dog, Sunchips...

 

Police Notes - November 19, 2015

Waitsburg Nothing to report. Dayton Nov. 8 Intoxicated pedestrian in area of Mustard and S. 4th assisted back to residence. Illegally harvested Elk on Skyline Rd.; forwarded to Fish & Wildlife. Yvonne Pulliam, 47, Dayton, backed into a pole in the...

 

Birthdays - Week of November 19

November 20: Lyle Harshman, Lorianne Donovan. November 21: Stacia Deal, Colleen Berry, Buster Katsel, Dana Simmons. November 22: Betsy Harkins, Connie Creswell, Tanya Vargas. November 23: Miles Reese, Bill Johnson, Robbie Johnson, Cecile Carpenter,...

 

Ken Graham: FROM THE PUBLISHER

This is likely to be the last copy of The Times you’ll see before Thanksgiving, so we thought we’d give you some things to think about as you head into the 2015 holiday season: According to CNN.com, TV dinners were invented in 1953 when Swansons...

 

Gary Hofer: MARKET BULLETS

It took the Chicago wheat futures market 12 grinding sessions to reach up 44 cents to the high close of Wednesday, Nov. 4 at $5.25, then it peeled backwards 33 cents in a couple of days. All that was accomplished in the week was a confirmation of...

 

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