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Ten Years Ago August 2, 2012 If Karen Mohney’s math is correct, the Rainbow Girls group has been active in Waitsburg for more than 75 years, and about 680 to 700 Waitsburg girls have been part of...

 

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Ten Years Ago July 26, 2012 While amber waves of grain may be a nice song lyric, they are often not the nicest object to stare at for an entire 13-hour workday. Veteran harvest employee Zach Beasley...

 

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Ten Years Ago July 19, 2012 When music teacher Rebecca Wilson was cleaning out some space in her closet, she came across Waitsburg Marching Band Uniforms that had been in retirement for nearly 30...

 

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Ten Years Ago July 12, 2012 Waitsburg’s own eight-year-old Mya Wood is heading to Tacoma this August for a chance to represent Washington State in the National American Miss pageant. The state...

 

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Ten Years Ago July 5, 2012 The City of Dayton and its leaders are getting frustrated. The city has just six years to solve a wastewater problem that seems unsolvable. Dayton's wastewater treatment...

 

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Ten Years Ago June 28, 2012 One of Waitsburg’s best-kept secrets is on Arnold Lane, tucked back behind sweet, country houses. For the past four years, those who have driven down Arnold Lane have...

 

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Ten Years Ago June 21, 2012 [Photo Caption] Karen Stanton-Gregutt and her “assistant” Cookie proudly show off the front door that leads into her new shop, Bubbles & Chocolate: The Finer Things, wh...

 

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Ten Years Ago June 14, 2012 Most 21-year-old men can’t be described using words like selfless, kind and determined but then, Kristofer Wilbur isn’t like most 21-year-old men. Wilbur is a...

 

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Ten Years Ago June 7, 2012 The 131st class to graduate from Dayton High School recessed from the gym and into the rest of their lives on Saturday with thousands of dollars in scholarship money in...

 

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Ten Years Ago May 31, 2012 Eighty-one-year-old Booker Rest Home resident Louis Razzolini is no stranger to making his opinions known. But to Razzolini's fellow tenants he is more than just a friendly...

 

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Ten Years Ago May 24, 2012 Welcome to all. Dayton's new Pastor Marj Johnson at Dayton's First Congregational Church says that is the no. 1 message she wants to convey. Johnson, who grew up in the smal...

 

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Ten Years Ago May 17, 2012 [Photo Caption] Waitsburg resident Bert Baxter is ready to show off his 1961 Ranchero Falcon at the fifth annual auto show in Preston Park this Saturday. The auto show and...

 

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Ten Years Ago May 10, 2012 Seventeen-year-old Dakota Baker doesn't even remember the first time his grandpa took him to a course to golf because he was so young. And all of that time on the greens...

 

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Ten Years Ago May 3, 2012 A youth choir that has brought many Touchet Valley teens together for a positive purpose is embarking on its last tour after 15 years. Pastor Mike and his wife Melissa...

 

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Ten Years Ago April 26, 2012 [Photo Caption] Pam Conover fits Waitsburg Elementary student Jake Bradshaw with a helmet for the fifth-grade class’s lesson on bike safety recently in Waitsburg....

 

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Ten Year Ago April 19, 2012 Jerry and Peggy Hall at Prescott celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, April 14. They were married on Friday the 13 of April in Waitsburg. Peggy’s maiden name was Dorsey. Jerry was working at Bills...

 

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Ten Years Ago April 12, 2012 For the first time last weekend, Dayton High School teacher Steve McLean took four of his students to a regional robotics competition and came home with a trophy....

 

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Ten Years Ago April 5, 2012 Ross Hamann was led to the Commercial Club meeting recently under false pretenses. Hamann was told his mother, Jan Cronkhite, was again to receive the club’s annual...

 

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Ten Years Ago March 29, 2012 [Photo Caption] Six students from Waitsburg High School band and chorus went to Southeast Washington Music Educators’ Honor Band and Chorus on Monday, March 12, in...

 

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Ten Years Ago March 22, 2012 With the April 2 election right around the corner, Waitsburg residents Bart Baxter and Tiffany Laposi are throwing their hats in the ring for city council. Baxter who has...

 

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Ten Years Ago March 15, 2012 The Times is welcoming a new office administrator, Tawnya Richards, who will be in charge of accounting and paperwork to keep our operation running smoothly. Richards, 39,...

 

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Ten Years Ago March 8, 2012 The newest addition to Dayton City Council, Arthur Hall, was appointed by a unanimous vote on Monday, Feb. 27. When Hall moved to Dayton in February 2010, he said he had...

 

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Ten Years Ago March 1, 2012 For the first time in 17 years, the Dayton Bulldogs are going to Spokane for the Hardwood Classic state basketball championship tournament starting Thursday. After...

 

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Ten Years Ago February 23, 2012 Dayton High School students don’t have to wait for the new skills center to be built at Walla Walla Community College to gain employable skills before they graduate....

 

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Ten Years Ago February 16, 2012 Recalling the grace-under-pressure composure WP Cardinals Quarterback Zach Bartlow displayed in his team’s climb to the title game last football season, it seems...

 

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