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Suspect in shooting death to be released pending further investigation

DAYTON–As of Friday, June 24, 2022, the Columbia County Prosecuting Attorney's Office has not filed charges against Jason William Bomar, a suspect in the June 20, 2022, shooting death of...

Arraignment for shooting suspect set

DAYTON–The suspect in the June 20 shooting death of a Walla Walla man is being held on $50,000 cash bond, Columbia County Superior Court Judge Brooke J. Burns ordered during a Preliminary...

Man dies following Washington Avenue shooting

DAYTON–A Dayton man is in custody in the Columbia County Jail on charges of First-Degree Manslaughter following an incident here Monday evening, June 20, involving a firearm that apparently...

Hundreds of visitors pound Main Street for 28th All Wheels Weekend

DAYTON–Come one, come all and come they did to the Dayton Chamber of Commerce's 28th Annual All Wheels Weekend, soaking up the sights and sounds of hundreds of expertly maintained cars, vans,...

Council on track to proceed with Wastewater Treatment Project

DAYTON–City Council confirmed it is proceeding with the Wastewater Treatment Project and Misty Yost stepped down in business June 14. Following an executive session to discuss the Wastewater...

Emergency Management budget hearing held

DAYTON–The Board of County Commissioners heard reports from the departments heads to start the regular meeting on June 21. A budget hearing has held to add Emergency Management projects to the...

Guinevere Joyce is newly hired permanent secondary principal

DAYTON-The School Board approved the hire of secondary principal Guinevere Joyce; continued sport combine discussion; K-12 curriculum and policies at the meeting June 15. In addition, a proposed a...

Wenaha Gallery to Close September 30

By Carolyn Henderson Special to the Dayton Chronicle DAYTON–They had a dream that they worked together to fulfill–and they did. Twenty-nine years ago, Ed Harri (who grew up in Dayton) and his wife Pat launched the Wenaha Gallery at 219 East...

Death Notice

Edward Jording Edward John Jording, 83, died on June 16, 2022 in Longview,...

At The Theater

Jurassic World 3 is the next chapter in one of the biggest franchises in the history of cinema. Rotten Tomatoes writes “Experience the epic conclusion to the Jurassic era as two generations unite for the first time. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas...

Hospital Corner

May was Mental Health Awareness month. It is fitting that as a community, we focus on Mental Health as we suffered the tragic loss of a youth recently to suicide. This is the beginning of a series of mental health related articles from Columbia...

Senior Round Table

Thu, June 23: Alice Springs Chicken, Mashed & Gravy, Green Beans, Salad/Dressing, Peaches/Milk Tue, June 28: Meatloaf & Gravy, Mashed & Gravy, Green Beans, Salad/Dressing, Peaches/Milk Thu, June 30: Fish Sandwich, Potato Chip, Pickled Beets,...

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago June 20, 2012 Record number 374 registered wheeled vehicles lining Main Street and bank parking lots attended the 2012 All Wheels Weekend. The official Chronicle count of all vehicles totaled 413 that is one more than the existing...

Quote of the Week

“The sky is the part of creation in which nature has done for the sake of pleasing man.” – John...

Letters to the Editor

To the editor, There appears to be some controversy in our community about the appropriateness of displaying a variation of our national flag. Specifically, an early variation of the flag with the 13 stars arranged in a circle around the year of...

A. F. Branco

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