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Dr. David Carl Dilts

Dave was born in Colfax, Wash. His first years were in Garfield, Wash. The family moved to Waitsburg, Wash. after his dad purchased The Waitsburg Times. He attended Waitsburg grade school, and WHS where he played basketball, and was active in Boy... Full story

 

Duke O'dell Morrow Sr.

Duke O'dell Morrow Sr, 74, passed away peacefully on Monday, July 12, 2021, at the Palouse Veterans Home in Walla Walla, Wash. Born December 3, 1946, to JM and Leora Morrow, Duke was one of six... Full story

 

We're Having a Heat Wave

It certainly has been hot lately, not only is it bringing out the sloth in me, but it is also obliterating my garden. The combination of my heat-inspired slothiness and my normal forgetfulness has...

 
 By Lane Gwinn    Specials    July 22, 2021 

TV Review: Miracle Workers

Miracle Workers TBS, three seasons, (2019-) Miracle Workers is a comedy series that uses the same ensemble cast in different storylines for each season. The storylines are from the writings of...

 
 By Lane Gwinn    Specials    July 22, 2021 

Everyone goes, especially dogs

I have owned dogs living in apartments and houses. My first dog, Tupac, a miniature dachshund, lived with me in an apartment in Seattle. Apartment life means no yard, so we would go for walks around...

 
 By Beka Compton    Specials    July 22, 2021 

Foodstock 2021 in Dayton

DAYTON-Good food, great music, and all things vintage could be found at the Blue Mountain Station over the weekend, for the 2021 Foodstock and Vintage at the Station. The event highlighted the great...

 

Bluegrass jams return to Ten Ton

WAITSBURG-The Mythical/Moveable Blue Mountain Bluegrass Jam is back! Friday, July 16, musicians gathered at Ten Ton Coffee for an evening full of music. Singing is still considered a high-risk, and... Full story

 

PIONEER PORTRAITS

Ten Years Ago July 21, 2011 Susan Hosticka always wanted to do a "bee beard" to prove the hard-working insects are really quite gentle and harmless despite their reputation to the contrary. Late last...

 
 By Luke Chavez    Specials    July 22, 2021 

Creamy Corn Summer Pasta

My two favorite things about summer are enjoying home-grown produce and that time of day when the sun sets, and the temperatures finally start to cool down. The back porch is my favorite setting for...

 
 By Lane Gwinn    Specials    July 15, 2021

Walla Walla Sheriffs checking in with Waitsburg's Main Street businesses

Three blokes became five. Sergeant Kevan Maas and Deputy Sheriff Aaron Stites checked in with local businesses on Main Street in Waitsburg on Tuesday. Building and business owners were happy to have...

 

July Garden Updates: Garlic, Shallots, and Onions!

The garden is really picking up pace with the hot temperatures and full sun. We took a quick trip to the coast over the holiday weekend and came back to not so much a garden as a jungle. Weeds are a...

 
 By John Avery    Specials    July 15, 2021

Homegrown Homebrew

Touring through wine country or some of our region's wonderful microbreweries might leave the impression that the production of adult beverages should be left to the experts. With kegs, tanks, and...

 

Wenaha Art Events feature Dayton and Kennewick artists

DAYTON-The Wenaha Gallery's upcoming Art Event features Denise Wagner of Kennewick, specializing in Japanese wrapped stones. This art form involves using Japanese knot and basketry techniques to wrap...

 
 By Beka Compton    Specials    July 15, 2021

Movie Review|Beka's Pick

A former soldier turned high school teacher, Dan Forester just wanted to watch a soccer game after receiving less-than-pleasant news in the year 2022. With his young daughter, Muri, snuggled closely,...

 

It happened at the Weinhard (not Naples)

In keeping with my love of old movies, I was recently reminded of: It Happened in Naples. I admit with no hesitancy that I am no Sophia Loren. But sometimes things happen at the Weinhard that are...

 

PIONEER PORTRAITS

Ten Years Ago July 14, 2011 When you hear Bobbi and Barney Chambers talk about Sophie, Cleo, Denny, Lone Star and Superdude, you'd think they're talking about a circus family of seven that's not...

 
 By Luke Chavez    Specials    July 15, 2021

Kale and Tomato Quiche

For a brief moment, my mother worried that I was a future sociopath...at the age of four. The discovery of a notebook full of drawings featuring a giant knife wielding woman in pearls would alarm any...

 

CCSO

June 28 Animal call. Harlem Road Threats reported, Blue Mountain Motel. Main Street Missing person. 3rd Street June 29 Suspicious activity. 4th Street Accident, non-injury. Tucannon Road Assist. 6th Street June 30 Welfare check. Clay Street Attempt...

 

WWCSO

June 24 A theft occurred at Waitsburg High School. Coppei Ave., Waitsburg June 29 Assault 4 DV. W Hwy 12, Touchet July 3 A male in Walla Walla County assaulted his daughter-in-law. Ivarson Road, Burbank July 4 DUI. Marina Drive, B...

 
 By Beka Compton    Specials    July 8, 2021

A family break in paradise

If you've been craving the sand and surf, this article may or may not be for you. On June 22, I woke my three-year-old traveling companion, Gracie, at 3:00 a.m. We said goodbye to my husband for the...

 

If it's Wednesday, it must be Weinhard

I am an old movie fan, and lately, the classic flick, The Three Faces of Eve starring Joanne Woodward, has been on my mind. Probably because, in a small way, I feel like my life is emulating that stor...

 
 By Beka Compton    Specials    July 8, 2021

Kaho'olawe: An island reborn

While swimming in Hawaii, I overheard a woman talking to her grandson about the protests on Kaho'olawe, the island that seemed just a stone’s throw away from where I was standing. “I was there,...

 
 By John Avery    Specials    July 8, 2021

Audio Farm: Big, Big, Big Thief

Few bands making music today have as impeccable a discography as the Brooklyn-based quartet, Big Thief. Starting with their 2016 debut, Masterpiece, they have pumped out a total of four studio...

 

PIONEER PORTRAITS

Ten Years Ago July 7, 2011 When they bought their Keystone Montana 5th wheel in September, Lynn and Paul Mantz-Powers knew it would be months before they'd retire. But they were so excited about the...

 
 By Luke Chavez    Specials    July 8, 2021

Elotes (Mexican grilled street corn)

As a child in Los Angeles, I often spent weekends with my father who lived a block from Echo Park Lake, many years before it became the gentrified hipster neighborhood of today. We would walk around t...

 

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