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 By Karen Broeckel    People    June 10, 2021

Dusty News

The Dick Appel children celebrated their mother Helen’s June 5th birthday. Those attending were Caroline and Rob Kunkel, Kae, Ellie and Luciene; Neil and Liz Appel, Josh, Noemi, Isaac, John Paul, Grace, Michael and Charlote; and Lisa and Travis...

 
 By Karen Broeckel    People    June 3, 2021

Dusty News

Denise Broeckel Kendall, Tacoma, spent Memorial weekend with her sister and brother-in-law, Doreen and Tom Riedner.  They also stopped in for a visit with their brother and sister-in-law, Brian and Angela Boeckel.  Kendall returned to her home...

 
 By Karen Broeckel    People    May 27, 2021

Dusty News

Recent weekend visitors at the Dick and Helen Appel home were there to give their Mother a special Mother’s Day gift.  The children and grandchildren weeded, trimmed and planted her flower beds.  Those helping were Barb and Bruce Wollstein of...

 
 By Karen Broeckel    People    May 6, 2021

Dusty News

April 19, six members of the Colfax High School ASB Leadership, along with Heidi Lowe, came out to the home of Tom and Doreen Riedner. They had lunch and then assembled 1,000 soup bags for Homestead Ministries. These students made Colfax High School...

 

Recap: Last week in Dusty

Saturday, Denise Broeckel Kendall, Tacoma; Doreen Broeckel Riedner, Dusty; Sheri Shaffer Hatley, Oakesdale; Paula Morris Meyer, Colfax; and Kristal Krom Kirpes, Colton, were guests at The Parsonage Bed and Breakfast in Dusty. This was their...

 
 By Karen Broeckel    People    April 1, 2021

Dusty News

DUSTY – Denise Kendall, of Tacoma, was finally able to spend a recent weekend with her twin sister, Doreen Riedner, so they could belatedly celebrate their shared February birthday. Inclement pass conditions made the delay necessary. The women...

 

Dusty News

Ed and Joan Broeckel visited with their daughter’s family, Amber and Dominic and Leonel, from March 10-13, at their home in Boise. They made the trip while Ed is recovering from ankle replacement surgery. Ed is thankful to be three weeks from the...

 
 By Karen Broeckel    People    March 4, 2021

Dusty News: March 4, 2021

DUSTY — A group of local women have started meeting monthly, whenever possible, for a potluck luncheon. February’s gathering was at the home of hostess Diane Monson last Tuesday. People attending were Terri Guenthner, Vicki Broeckel, Linda...

 

Dusty News: Feb. 18, 2021

Dick and Helen Appel attended a Zoom meeting last week Sunday. It was hosted by Sue and Joe Lynch for the baptism of their youngest daughter Bridget Joy. Also participating were Lisa Frei and daughters Emma and Colette. The Lynches live in West...

 

Zarings welcome first grandchild

DUSTY — Keith and Leliah Zaring welcomed their first great grandchild Jan. 14. Zeke Keith Zaring was born to Zach and Katie Zaring of Colfax. He weighed 8 pounds 9 ounces. Grandparents are Gordon and Sherri Pitts of Okanagan and Cindy Zaring of...

 

County Bible resumes service

DUSTY — After a three-week closure, Country Bible Church will resume Sunday morning worship services at 11 a.m. Dec. 27. Dean Ellis will be guest speaker in Pastor Szasz’s absence....

 

Paintings on display in the Libey Gallery

COLFAX — A display of oil paintings by Vicki Broeckel is on exhibit through the first week of January at Libey Gallery in the Whitman County Rural Library District branch here. A collection of 20 paintings of the Palouse and surrounding area are...

 

Appels host guests

DUSTY—Deb and Bob Stavig from Brush Prairie, visited her parents, Dick and Helen Appel, the week before Thanksgiving. They helped with Thanksgiving preparations. They left for their home Thanksgiving morning. Guests for Thanksgiving dinner at the...

 

Family finishes canning

Barb and Bruce Wollstein, Lacey, spent some time with her parents Dick and Helen Appel. They came to help butcher lambs. Barb also assisted with the greenhouse clean-up and making tomato sauce. Canning is completed for this season. Gena Jones,...

 

Sausage making nets 300 pounds

DUSTY — Riedner/Weitz sausage was made this past weekend at the home of Tom and Doreen Riedner. Those attending were David and Kerri and Josh Weitz of Colfax; Kara and Cody Yecha, Tri-Cities; and Heather and Nathan Sink and sons Carter and Logen,...

 

Donations taken to Spokane

DUSTY — Homestead Ministries took a horse trailer of clothes and four bicycles to Spokane to “Off Broadway Family Ministries.” Donations have been given all summer long. Thank you to everyone who gave warm clothing and other needed items and...

 

Pass the knepfla

DUSTY — Recently, Sue and Joe Lynch spent a long weekend with Sue’s parents, Dick and Helen Appel. Traveling with them from Lafayette, Ind., were their three daughters Cecelia, Abigail and Lilian. Karen Broeckel hosted a knepfla dinner Sunday...

 

Passmore potluck

Last week Tuesday, Fran Jones, Terri Guenthner, Vicki Broeckel, Diane Monson and Linda Hennigar gathered at the home of Sandy Passmore for a potluck lunch and an afternoon of visiting....

 

Family attends funeral

Meggie Perron of Burlington, Vermont, spent part of two weeks visiting at the homes of her grandmother Fran Jones and her uncle Bryan Jones. She also spent some time visiting with friends in Walla Walla. Unfortunately, she was unable to visit with...

 

Attends Blevin funeral

Thursday afternoon, Gary and Diane Monson, Dale and Vicki Broeckel and Linda Hennigar attended the “Celebration of Life” for Marilyn Blevins at Hell’s Gate State Park in Lewiston. Marilyn was a former Dusty area resident for many years. She...

 

B.B. Club on hold

The Dusty B.B. Club met last Tuesday at the home of Diane Monson. Those attending included Monson, Dianne Appel, Fran Jones, Sandy Passmore, Terri Guenthner and Karen Broeckel. After much discussion, it was decided to suspend any further meetings...

 

Country Bible on summer hours

There seems to have been some confusion concerning the Sunday worship time at the Country Bible Church. They are still on their summer hours with services starting at 10:30. Regular worship time of 11:00 will resume the first Sunday in September,...

 

B.B. Club to discuss future

The Dusty B.B. Club will meet at 1:00 on Tuesday, Sept. 1, at the home of Diane Monson to discuss the future of the club....

 

No peaches this year at Penawawa

Brian Jones has announced that due to an untimely frost, there are no apricots or peaches for sale at Warm Springs Ranch this year. A late frost around Mother’s Day killed off the crop. Temperatures hit 28 degrees. Jones said he can’t remember...

 
 By Karen Broeckel    People    July 30, 2020

Off to Wyoming on 19 gallons

Art and Colene Sager vacationed in Cody, Wyoming, from Monday through Saturday. One day was spent in Yellowstone Park, but the remainder of time was spent in Cody with their many attractions. The Buffalo Bill Center of the Northwest is a complex of...

 

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