Dayton man uninjured in traffic mishap

PRESCOTT–Owen L. Lanning of Dayton was uninjured following a traffic accident on State Route 124 west of Prescott near the intersection with Harvey Shaw Road at noon on April 10. Lanning, in a 1980 Ford, was westbound on SR 124 when his vehicle...

Council declines to put library annexation to a vote

DAYTON–The City Council voted unanimously to not place the library annexation on the November ballot at their regular meeting. Dayton resident Katie Roughton had made the request to the council...

Port and Lyons Ferry Marina to seek grant

DAYTON–Port of Columbia Commissioners approve resolution 2024-03; signed a one-year lease for new business; and were advised of lighting program cost during the meeting April 10. Executive Director... Full story

Japanese Exchange Students arrive in Dayton

Exchange Students from Yamate High School in Yokohama arrived last Friday for their two-week stay in Dayton, hitting the ground running by taking in Dayton Bulldog baseball and the Junior-Senior Prom...

Candidate filing week changed

DAYTON–The week in which political candidates may file for open elected positions has been changed to the first week in May, May 6 through 10, according to Cathy Abel, Chief Operations Deputy with... Full story

Are You Doing Enough to Keep Your Kids Safer On Their Phone?

OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma - (April 2, 2024)-When it comes to kids and phones, the discussion focused on what age was appropriate for them to get their first one. Now, it centers more on how to keep...

Re-classifying grey wolves

WASHINGTON STATE–The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife public comment period for gray wolf rule making is open now. Based on a population projection model developed at the University of...

Quick Peek

Wed, Apr 17 School Board Meeting–Media Center, High School Library–6:30 p.m. Youth Fishing Tournament–Dayton Fishing Pond–3-5 p.m. Thurs, Apr 18 Family Story Time Dinner–Library–6 p.m. Pool District Community Work Session–Elementary...

USDA seeks partnerships to expand conservation on grazing lands

WASHINGTON D.C.–United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) seeks partnerships to expand conservation on grazing lands. The Natural Recourses Conservation Service (NRCS) Proposals accepted...

U.S.C.G. Petty Officer Carina Baker finishes training

Petty Officer 3rd Class Carina S. Baker completed a training course in Aviation Maintenance Technician "A" School on March 22, 2024, in Elizabeth City, N.C. United States Coast Guard Lt. Commander...

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago April 16, 2014 Will Hutchens pens book about Portland's coffee Culture. Will Hutchens, a 1995 graduate of Dayton High School, outlines what he describes as the unique coffee culture of...

Quote of the Week

“Every portrait that is painted with feeling is a portrait of the artist, not the sitter.” – Oscar... Full story

Spring Spirit Week, Jr./Sr. Prom and arrival of Yamate Exchange Students highlights week at D.H.S.

By Wyntr McCauley DHS Correspondent/Reporter DAYTON–Junior/Senior Prom; elections; Yamate Exchange Students; and sports are featured this week in April. The High School (DHS) has just wrapped up...

Pastor's Corner

In chapter 15 of Mark's Gospel and, similarly, in chapter 27 of Matthew's Gospel, we hear that shortly before Jesus died, he cried out in a loud voice, "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me"...

At The Theater

Arthur the King (A dog story) is based on an incredible true story. Over the course of ten days and 435 miles, and unbreakable bond is forged between pro adventure racer Michael Light (Mark...

Correction

A typographical error was point out in the “Archives” published on March 28. The item was from the March 24, 1949 Dayton Chronicle and should have read: Deputy Sheriff Herschell Bauman and State Patrolman Clarence Ellis are expected to arrive...

Weather Forecast

Thursday: Sunny, with a high near 62. Calm wind becoming north around 6 mph in the afternoon. Thursday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 34. North wind 5 to 8 mph becoming calm in the evening....

Pastor's Corner

The young couple often picnicked in the cemetery overlooking Dayton. They explained that though many would think it a strange location, they enjoyed the peaceful quietness and the green beauty...

Top SE1B baseball teams face off Saturday

By Loyal Baker DAYTON–Two unbeaten Southeast 1B baseball clubs will square off here this weekend, the 8-0 Pomeroy Pirates and the 5-0 Dayton Bulldogs. First pitch will be at 11 a.m. The Bulldogs...

Lady Dawgs rally to sweep Gar-Pal

By Loyal Baker COLTON–The Lady Wildcats handed the second-place Lady Bulldogs a 16-2 defeat Monday, but the ball club showed Gar-Pal their strengths with a 9-4 win on five runs in the top of the...

Sprinter Iwamoto leads Bulldog thinclads at big Oregon meet

UMATILLA–Bulldog sprinter Hikaru Iwamoto finished fourth in the 200m. dash and sixth in the 100m. dash to lead Dayton athletes at a big meet with 17 schools here April 12. The team placed 15 th...

Davis top Bulldog golfer at Dayton match

DAYTON–Bulldog golfer Cayle Davis came in with a 115 to be the best-scoring Dayton golfer at a Dayton High School-hosted league match at Touchet Valley Golf Club Thursday, April 11. Dayton's golf...

Pomeroy Gun Club

By Larry Bunch Special to the East Washingtonian POMEROY–The Pomeroy Gun Club completed their Winter League for 2024 with their annual barbeque potluck, awards day, and annual meeting on Sunday...

OPINION

As Washington’s CO2 tax, known as the Climate Commitment Act, heads to the ballot this fall, this logo highlighting projects that received funding from that tax will become more prevalent. And you...

Three new common-sense "initiatives to the people" inspire a renewed sense of optimism and unity

BELLEVUE—With the Republican State Convention in Spokane fast approaching, three NEW common-sense initiatives to fix what’s broken in Washington are inspiring a renewed sense of optimism among conservatives and Washingtonians of all political...

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