• The Hometown Community Benefit Golf Tournament had 36 teams signed up which equals to 144 golfers hitting balls at Scotch Pines Golf Course. It was a beautiful day to enjoy a round of golf and help people in need this holiday season. The Taste of the Treasure Valley was held the night before with a full house at the Big Red Barn at the Malheur County Fairgrounds.

    Attendees at Hometown Community Benefit’s Taste of the Treasure Valley enjoyed delicious food donated by local restaurants. Before the auction started desserts were auctioned off for attendees to enjoy a sweet treat. Pictured at the table of homemade cakes, cookies, etc. is Marisa Dominguez, Joe Malay and Izzy Higgins who with her fellow team members of the Ontario High School track team helped with the auction.

    Mike Pulsipher is pictured putting during the benefit golf tournament. Pictured back left is Carl Smith and Justin Allison. Below Steve Dominguez owner of Steve’s Hometown Dealerships is pictured with Debbie Laird, Jacque Rodriguez, Nicole Ramirez, Cherre Atagi and Alanis Serrano before the fun begins.
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  • Weiser’s popular Mud Drag Races are back for the 19th year at Mortimer’s Island and scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 7, with races starting at 11 a.m. Race fans should bring their own chairs and enjoy a spectacularly fun day. File photo
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  • Crews install free WiFi at the football stadium. Photo by Sarah Imada
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  • It’s only nine months until the 2024 National Oldtime Fiddlers’ Contest, but the music never seems to stop at Slocum Hall. Members of the Idaho Bluegrass Association enjoyed a four-day campout together this past Thursday through Sunday, including, from left, Kim Ray, Wendy Carson, and Ron Hillier. Musicians from Boise to Kooskia were in town for the fun. Photo by Nancy Grindstaff
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  • The Festival of Trees is the biggest fundraiser of the year for Weiser Memorial Hospital Foundation. It is also the unofficial start to the holiday season in Washington County. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
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  • Career Technical Education students at Midvale High School learn skills that will aid them in their future education and job placement. The school district was recently awarded over $1.1 million for improvements to its program. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
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  • Casey Waite, center, recently returned from Colombia where he umpired the 2023 U-18 Men’s WBSC Pan American Championship, which the U.S.A. won by a score of 6-1 against Venezuela. Photo courtesy of Casey Waite.

    Casey Waite, center, stands with fellow umpires before the start of game in Colombia. Typically, international softball tournaments include umpires from all over the world. Photo courtesy of Casey Waite.
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  • The Vendome Events Center is a critical part of the community for groups to gather and hold special events. The Weiser City Council recently adjusted rates to rent the facility. Photo by Philip A. Janquart.

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  • Spectators enjoy a day of softball action during the 8th annual First Responders Softball Tournament held Saturday in Weiser. Photo provided by Arrow-Heart
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Weiser Classic Candy has a wall featuring local student artists work through the school year. To start the summer the Four County Art Guild made the decision to highlight local artists work. Jade VanNess, who works in many mediums, was chosen as July’s artist. Courtesy photo
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 Earlier this year, the Four County Art Guild and Weiser Classic Candies teamed up to promote the local student artists whose art had been selected by the Art Guild each month. The local area schools were highlighted throughout the year on a...


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Dear Editor  “Now, more than ever before, the people are responsible for the character of their Congress. If that body be ignorant, reckless, and corrupt, it is because the people tolerate ignorance, recklessness, and corruption. If it be...


Senior Brock Spencer, center, takes the ball downfield as junior Luke Sarich, left, and senior Carter Jensen, right, watch him shake a would-be tackler during the Wolverine’s 56-8 victory over the Pirates Friday in Payette. Weiser is now 5-0 overall and 1-0 in conference play. Below, the Wolverine offense pushes forward for yardage. The Wolverines will travel to McCall this week to face the Vandals and will play Homedale on the road Oct. 6. Photos by Keith Bryant
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 In their first conference game of the season, the Wolverine varsity football team put up another impressive win, handing the Pirates a 56-8 loss in Payette.  The victory puts Weiser at 5-0 overall and 1-0 in conference standings. So far, the...

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