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Community Yard Sale Saturday

The 11th Annual Ritzville Community Yard sale rolls into the city this Saturday, June 18, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. A list of addresses is available in a cutout ad in this week’s issue of the newspaper on Page 9, as well as on a... — Updated 6/16/2016 Full story


ACDC annual banquet June 18

Tickets are available for the Adams County Development Council’s Annual Banquet, being held in the showroom of Evergreen Implement in Othello. Social hour begins at 5:30 p.m. with a wine tasting featuring Foxy Roxy Wines. Dinner... — Updated 6/16/2016 Full story

 By Katelin Davidson    News

Fundraiser for the Ritz Theatre during annual Community Yard Sale

The Ritz Theatre has served as a historic landmark and provided a beloved community pastime for countless years. When the theatre risked closure, the Ritzville Downtown Development Association (RDDA) made the decision to step up... — Updated 6/16/2016

 By Katelin Davidson    News

Ritzville City Council begins hearings for neglected properties

The Ritzville City Council turned their attention to a long list of Show Cause hearings during their regular meeting on June 7. The Show Cause hearings address a list of properties throughout the City of Ritzville that have been co... — Updated 6/16/2016


RGS student inducted into the 2016 AAA School Safety Patrol Hall of Fame

Taylor Galbreath of Ritzville Grade School is a new inductee to the AAA School Safety Patrol Hall of Fame. Galbreath was recognized for showcasing her courage and leadership in her school’s Safety Patrol program and was one of th... — Updated 6/16/2016



BIG HIT. Jim Oswald slams into driver Cody Kulm during the annual Combine Derby on Saturday. Oswald would eventually move on to win the championship title with fellow opponent,... — Updated 6/16/2016



FIRST YEAR. During the second heat of the Lind Combine Demolition Derby on June 11, first time drivers Josh Houck in “I Want To Go Fast” and Kyle Young in the fan favorite... — Updated 6/16/2016 Full story



LET’S GO RACING! As one of the two grain truck drivers, Jamie Morse tries to outrun Jesse Adams in a pickup. Because of the lack of grain trucks, Morse opted to race against... — Updated 6/16/2016



DERBY ROYALTY. During the annual Lind Combine Demolition Derby weekend, Princess Chelsie Watterson (left), Queen Cinthia Guizar (center) and Princess Brianna Kin Kade (right)... — Updated 6/16/2016 Full story



CURT FRANZ returned to the arena to compete on Saturday with his combine, Minimum Effort. -Journal photo by Katelin Davidson... — Updated 6/16/2016



CELEBRATION. First time driver Caleb Hannas shows his excitement after winning the second heat. -Journal photo by Katelin Davidson... — Updated 6/16/2016



CRASHING. Grain Digger driver Eric Labes catches some speed before running into the back end of Tyran Doyle’s combine during the first heat of the Lind Combine Demolition Derby... — Updated 6/16/2016 Full story

 By Katelin Davidson    News

Ritzville Water Park reopens for summer under new management

Summer is in full swing with the reopening of the Ritzville Water Park on June 10. The local establishment is prepared to welcome patrons back to the pool and is making plans for... — Updated 6/16/2016 Full story



KIDDIE PARADE. Prior to the start of the Lind Grand Parade, area youth took to the streets for the annual Kiddie Parade. Harper and Taytum Labes enjoyed throwing candy to the crowd... — Updated 6/16/2016 Full story



RITZVILLE RODEO Queen Peyton Curtis rode in the Lind Grand Parade on Saturday. -Journal photo by Katelin Davidson... — Updated 6/16/2016 Full story



PIRATE SHIP. Ed Favilla guided his Pirate Ship combine through the parade and received the best decorated combine award. -Journal photo by Katelin Davidson... — Updated 6/16/2016



THE LIND-RITZVILLE Band members such as Abby Gering (center) marched in the Lind Grand Parade on Saturday morning before the start of the Derby. -Journal photo by Katelin... — Updated 6/16/2016



GRAND MARSHALS Jerry Busherd and Myra Horton wave to Horton’s son Brad O’Neill along the Lind Grand Parade route on June 11. -Journal photo by Katelin Davids... — Updated 6/16/2016


Swannack qualifies to compete at world’s largest rodeo

Tommi Sue Swannack, a junior at Sprague High School, has earned a position on the Washington National High School rodeo team and will be traveling with fellow teammates to Gillette,... — Updated 6/16/2016

 By Katelin Davidson    News

Two veteran drivers split Combine Derby title

Fourteen combines battled in the Lind Lions Club Arena on June 11 in hopes of becoming the victor of the Lind Combine Demolition Derby. When the dust settled, two drivers remained... — Updated 6/16/2016 Full story



PROMOTION. The Lind-Ritzville Middle School eighth grade students were honored at the annual Promotion ceremony on Wednesday, June 8, at the middle school gymnasium. A total of 50 s... — Updated 6/16/2016

 By Dale Anderson    News

Remember others as well

I’m old enough to have seen a few Muhammad Ali fights. Back in the day, if you wanted to see a championship fight, you needed to travel to Spokane and see it on a closed circuit... — Updated 6/16/2016


Ritzville Library provides learning opportunities during summer

“Books give soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to imagination, and life to everything,” said Ancient Greek philosopher Plato. Many of those who have experienced the power of reading, like Plato, can attest to its... — Updated 6/16/2016 Full story


America’s answer to terrorism must be strength

To face a threat, we must begin by calling it exactly what it is. Our nation has once again been attacked by radical Islamists. Early Sunday, Americans woke up to the horror that 49 innocent individuals had been killed and dozens w... — Updated 6/16/2016


Oregon’s tax measure potential boom for Washington

Washington’s next economic development plan may be written by Oregon voters next November. The plan’s centerpiece is a new gross receipts tax, which would transform Oregon from one of the nation’s lowest business tax burden... — Updated 6/16/2016


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