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Articles from the December 1, 2022 edition

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Hometown Christmas comes to Waitsburg December 3 & 4

WAITSBURG-Thanksgiving is over, and Christmas decorations can come out of storage. The big tree is in place with lights, ready for the Waitsburg Elementary School students to bring their decorations....

 

Waitsburg School Board asking for community feedback on the DW Combine

The Waitsburg School Board of Directors is seeking feedback from community members as well as students and parents/guardians of the Waitsburg and Dayton communities regarding your thoughts and...

 

Dayton Kicked off the Christmas Season last weekend

DAYTON-Another year and another great start to the holiday season. The Dayton Chamber of Commerce pulled out all the stops for the 2022 Christmas Kickoff weekend. So many ways to celebrate with ugly...

 
 By Lane Gwinn    News    December 1, 2022

Dayton Library board approved budget

DAYTON—The Board of Trustees held its regular meeting on Monday, November 28, 2022, which included a public meeting on the proposed budget. All Trustees were present for the meeting. Approximately 30 people attended in person, with another ten or...

 

Waitsburg letter brings Santa back to town for a visit this weekend

Dear Editor, Every year thousands of letters pour into my Inbox. Believe it or not, they trickle in all year long, but for the most part, they come in during the month of December. The letters range all over the map, from a request for a doll or car...

 

Common Roots Outreach event Dec. 7 at Town Hall

WAITSBURG—Common Roots Housing Trust will have its second low-income community outreach event on Wednesday, December 7th, at 5:45 pm at Waitsburg Town Hall. Information will be provided on Common Roots, a community-based organization that will...

 

Hinds helped put the highest ornaments on the tallest trees

WAITSBURG-On Monday, November 28, Doug Hinds a Pacific Power Lineman, put up Waitsburg's Hometown Christmas banners in preparation for this year's event. Doug has been helping Dayton, and Waitsburg...

 

Exchange Club honors Waitsburg Students for November

WAITSBURG-Waitsburg High School seniors Natalie Teal and Levi Boudrieau will be honored as Walla Walla Exchange Club Youths of the Month for November at a luncheon on December 5. The HS staff...

 

William Dean Stonecipher

Bill passed away on October 31, 2022, in his sleep at Eagle Springs in College Place. He was born September 10, 1940, in Ontario, OR to Chester B. and Loretta Donovan Stonecipher. He was 82. He was a...

 

Waitsburg star is back up

Look for the star to shine between 4 p.m. and midnight. Bruce Abbey and Allen Huwe assist Andrew Knee and Louie Gagnon raise the star for 2022!...

 

Times Travelers

Vicky Sternfeld Rossi and Daniel Rossi play elf on the shelf with an issue of The Times on their trip to Portugal....

 

Times Travelers

Del and Adena celebrating Thanksgiving and Dels 80th birthday in their favorite vacation spot,  Seaside Oregon....

 

Waitsburg's Hometown Christmas is here

Friday, December 2nd Shopping at Gaudy Gals and Nancy’s Dream Garden Friday through Sunday Live music at American 35 with Calico Bones from 7:30 to 9:30 pm, All Ages and free Veterans Benefit Bingo at Waitsburg Elementary doors open at 5 pm...

 

Turkey trot to Huntsville

WAITSBURG-It was a cold and foggy day for the Waitsburg Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day. The event was organized by Sarah Wilson and her women's mountain bike club and race team, Wild at Heart. A...

 
 By Lane Gwinn    News    December 1, 2022

Family and friends bring Thanksgiving Potluck to Waitsburg

WAITSBURG-This year, Gloria Wilson and her niece Becky Wilson, invited the community to a Thanksgiving Potluck at Waitsburg Town Hall. Everyone was welcome to attend and bring a side dish to share....

 

99 pounds of love

WAITSBURG-Stephanie Hinchliffe's first graders donated 99 pounds of food to the Waitsburg Resource Center on November 23. This is Hinchliffe's fifth year making the donation with her...

 

Ciao Fredo!

WAITSBURG-For the last year, we have been lucky to have a dear friend from Seattle work at Ten Ton. An accomplished artist, and always curious people-person, Fred instantly fit in at the coffee shop....

 
 By Karen Huwe    Sports    December 1, 2022

Students 26 – Staff 23

WAITSBURG-The students and high school staff enjoyed a competitive but friendly game of half-court, three-on-three basketball on the Tuesday afternoon before Thanksgiving break. This event was the...

 
 By Karen Huwe    Sports    December 1, 2022

Wolfpack Lose to Patriots

DW COMBINE-The middle school boys' basketball teams played against Liberty Christian Monday night in Waitsburg. The team came up short in both the A-squad and B-squad games. The B-squad tipped off...

 

Tegan Largent shoots for two points for the B-squad

At the bottom of a narrow east and west running canyon, on what little flat ground was afforded, stands the remnants of an old homestead. Barns. Outbuildings. Machinery parts peeking out from beneath...

 

Argyle 2018 Blanc de Noirs

Founded in 1987, Argyle jump-started the current trend for Champagne-caliber sparkling wines in Oregon. Nothing is more festive on a holiday table than a bottle of great bubbly. There’s nothing...

 

PIONEER PORTRAITS

Ten Years Ago November 29, 2012 Kathy Carpenter and her team at the Cardinal’s Nest in Waitsburg make sure kids have a place to go after school where they can get homework help and do fun projects....

 

Beef & Farro Stuffed Delicata Squash

As the season continues to get colder, and the gray days shorter, I find myself craving comforting meals that are also full of vibrant colors. Here golden delicata squash is stuffed with a sweet,...

 

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