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Correction

The photograph by Terry Lawhead illustrating the article Whistling Through the Wallouse on page 7 of the August 27 edition was taken facing northwest on the Middle Point Trail off the North Fork of the Touchet River....

 

Waitsburg School Board Update

The Waitsburg School Board met January 16, at the Preston Hall Middle School. Present board members were Ross Hamann, Christy House, Lisa Morrow, and Superintendent Mark Pickel.  Superintendent... Full story

 

Waitsburg City Council Update

The Waitsburg City Council met on January 15, at the Lions Club Building. Council members present were Kate Hockersmith, Kevin House, Jim Romine, Terry Jacoy, KC Kuykendall, Mayor Marty Dunn and... Full story

 

Year-end Update from City Administrator Randy Hinchliffe

As 2019 closes and 2020 begins, I wanted to share an update with the Citizens about the City and what we have planned for the upcoming year. In 2019, the City was able to complete a variety of projects around the City. Probably the most time and labo... Full story

 

Waitsburg School Board update

The Waitsburg School Board met December 11, at the Preston Hall Middle School. The meeting was moved to 7:30 pm to accommodate the DW Athletic Combine meeting earlier that night. The Board swore in...

 

Waitsburg City Council regular meeting update

November 20, 2019 Marty Dunn, Terry Jacoy, Kevin House, Kate Hockersmith, Jim Romine, K.C. Kuykendalll were all present. New Business Public Hearing – Property Taxes The City presented a discussion on property taxes. The City has not taken a tax...

 

CORRECTION

Correction: The October 24 article about Proposition #1, the levy funding for the Waitsburg Parks and Recreation Commission, stated residents would be taxed .01 cents per $1,000 assessed property values. The correct amount of tax is .10 cents per...

 

Dayton School Board Update July 17, 2019

Note: There will be only one school board meeting in August, on Aug. 20 at 6 p.m. Good News in Dayton Schools Kristina Knebel was selected by her peers as the District 6 Ag Teacher of the Year Toward the close of the school year, a panel of graduatin...

 

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