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Prescott Girls JV basketball team beat College Place, but lose to Touchet

PRESCOTT- The Prescott girls JV basketball team improved to 3-1 on the year with a split this week. On Wednesday December 18th, they hosted College Place and won 39-37. Angeles Ayala had 12 points and... Full story


Prescott Boys win over Touchet, 66-50

TOUCHET-The Prescott boys basketball team traveled to Touchet Friday December 21st for their 2nd conference game of the year. Prescott quickly established an early lead in this one, starting the game... Full story


Inside the matchup: Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers

With the loss against the Arizona Cardinals, the Seattle Seahawks need to beat the San Francisco 49ers next week in order to win the division. Unfortunately, the injuries suffered at running back this week will make that very difficult. Losing Rashaa... Full story


D-W Boys Basketball loses first league game to Kittitas

If they gave out points for hustle and hard work Dayton-Waitsburg would have won by a blowout Saturday night. Instead, the Dayton-Watisburg team dropped their first league contest of the year 56-46 to visiting Kittitas. Due to the fact that D-W was... Full story


Dayton-Waitsburg girls basketball play well, but lose to Kittitas

One day after their first league game was cancelled because of illness, the Dayton-Waitsburg girls basketball team opened league play with a 57-35 home loss to Kittitas Saturday night. In the last game of the season at the Dayton gym, the girls... Full story


Prescott Boys lose to Walla Walla Valley Academy, 63-49

PRESCOTT—Prescott boys basketball hosted Walla Walla Valley Academy Saturday December 21st for a non conference game. The teams would trade leads several times in the first quarter before ending the quarter in a 17-17 tie. In the 2nd quarter, WWVA w... Full story


New climate research shows need for deep cuts in Washington's greenhouse gas emissions

OLYMPIA-With new research predicting that climate change will cause serious damage to Washington's environment and economy, the Washington Department of Ecology is recommending the state make deep cut... Full story


Bluewood ski area now open

DAYTON—Bluewood’s 40th anniversary ski season began on Friday, December 20, as the winter sports area welcomes skiers and snowboarders to the mountain. “We look forward to having our guests enjoy... Full story


Columbia REA Director honored with Agriculture Advisor of the Year award by the Mid-Columbia Agriculture Hall of Fame

Columbia REA announced that Board Director Dennis Munden has been named Agriculture Advisor of the Year by the Mid-Columbia Agriculture Hall of Fame. The Agriculture Advisor Award is given to an individual who has had a significant impact in... Full story


KSPS PBS now live on YouTube TV

SPOKANE-On Dec. 17 KSPS PBS announced that it is now streaming live on YouTube TV. Dedicated live channels for KSPS PBS and PBS KIDS, as well as on-demand programming, are now available to YouTube TV...


Scalloped Potatoes with Ham

I know I have posted this before but I was vacillating between a few others and this one won. A scones recipe called Christmas Scones came into my email but I think I will call it New Year’s Scones a... Full story


Dayton Senior Round Table Lunch Menu

Dayton Senior Round Table Lunch Menu Dayton Senior Center 403 E. Patit St. 12 p.m. Thurs., Dec. 26 Spaghetti Mixed Veggie Salad Garlic Bread _____ Tues., Dec. 31 Turkey, gravy & stuffing Sweet potatoes Cranberry sauce Pumpkin pie _____ Waitsburg... Full story


Meetings & Gatherings

Alcoholics Anonymous - Dayton: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7 p.m., Dayton First Congregational Church-UCC dining room, 214 S. 3rd St. Alcoholics Anonymous – Waitsburg: Saturday, Monday and Friday, 8 p.m., Presbyterian Church basement, 504 Main St. A... Full story


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