Articles from the March 30, 2023 edition

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 By Charlotte Baker    News    March 30, 2023

Barn Raisin'

POMEROY–In the aftermath of a devastating barn fire just a week ago, the Community Bible Church of Dayton and a passel of friends and neighbors put together a traditional barn raising, something my... Full story

 By Naomi Scoggin    News    March 30, 2023

Central Ferry bridge to close for 14 hours on March 31

POMEROY–The Garfield County board of commissioners (BOCC) announced that Central Ferry bridge will be closed for traffic, accepted a quote for indexing software, and passed resolutions at their...

 By Charlotte Baker    News    March 30, 2023

Senior Connections With This Issue

POMEROY–Our community is a fine one for people to live in while in their retirement years. The East Washingtonian recognizes that fact and has assembled a special section on the subject of "Senior...


Quote of the Week

“The stars don’t look bigger, but they do look brighter.” – Sally Ride... Full story



The Washington State Supreme Court bucked the Constitutional standard and interpretation by ruling overwhelmingly to uphold the politically motivated Capital Gains Tax, a synonym for the new Washington State income tax, that will negatively impact...


BMAG show features fabric art

POMEROY–The Blue Mountain Artisan Guild held the opening reception of their fabric show on March 9. Adult featured artists are from left to right: Corky Slaybaugh, Brenda King, and Cathy Herres,...

 By Naomi Scoggin    Sports    March 30, 2023

Pirate Boys' Basketball awards given at ceremony

POMEROY–The School District here held the awards ceremony for the Pirate boys' basketball team at the Pomeroy Jr/Sr High School elevated seating on March 20. Head coach Brian Wolf gave the Coach's...

 By Naomi Scoggin    News    March 30, 2023

Health District to distribute personal hygiene kits

POMEROY–The Garfield County Public Health District announced they will place personal hygiene kits in the county, and passed a resolution at their meeting on March 20. Personal hygiene kits,...

 By Larry Bunch    Sports    March 30, 2023

Season concludes with many great scores

POMEROY–The 2023 League Season concluded for the Pomeroy Gun Club (PGC) on Sunday March 26 with an annual day of shooting games, potluck and barbecue, and the annual business meeting with election of officers. There were around 70 adults, youth...


Spring Farming Days this weekend

POMEROY––Hitch up the buggy and head out to the Garfield County Fairgrounds for the 2023 Spring Farming Days this Saturday and Sunday, April 1 and 2. Being demonstrated will be plowing through...


Pomeroy Pioneer Portraits

Ten Years Ago April 3, 2013 Hundreds of kids and parents heeded Spinners Club president Larry Ledgerwood's command to "find some eggs" at Saturday's annual Easter Egg Hunt at the City Park, happily...

 By Loyal Baker    Sports    March 30, 2023

Knights win with extra-innings run

SUNNYSIDE–A seventh-inning rally by the Pirates sent the game into extra innings but Sunnyside Christian managed a run in the bottom of the eighth for the 7-6 walk-off win. Pomeroy has a 2-5-1...

 By Loyal Baker    Sports    March 30, 2023

Pirate Fast-pitch battling uphill

SUNNYSIDE–A double header at Sunnyside Christian counted two losses for the Lady Pirate Fast-pitch squad, but the Bucs performed much better in the second game, moving six runners across home...


Bales and Boyer shine in first meet

CLARKSTON–Katie Boyer and Sidney Bales were Pirate standouts at the first track and field meet of the season here March 21. Boyer pole vaulted 8-0 for first and sprinted to fifth in the 100m. dash in 14.95. Bales counted three first-place...


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