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 By Kaye Eaton    Community    November 26, 2020 

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Ten Years Ago November 24, 2010 The Christmas Kickoff in Dayton as “The Town That Still Believes” will be held Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving with the fun beginning Friday when businesses unlock their doors. The 32nd annual Dayton...

 

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Ten Years Ago November 17, 2010 4-H program recognizes commitment of members, leaders and supporters during Columbia County 4-H Achievement night, held at the multipurpose room of Dayton Elementary School, November 14, 2010, following a potluck...

 

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Ten Years Ago November 10, 2010 C.W. & Friends, (Chelsea, Winston & Friends) is a new business at 139 E. Main St. The shop will offer dog grooming for all sizes as well as day care for your pampered pooch. Cindy Joy will be running the shop. The...

 

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Ten Years Ago November 3, 2010 “To Save a Life” movie will be shown to teens and parents in theaters nationwide and in Dayton. Overnight, the film received a #1 Fandango Fan rating and maintained it for over a month. Twenty-Five Years Ago Novembe...

 

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Ten Years Ago October 27, 2010 Dayton High School students placed fourth out of all schools in the State of Washington on the Science portion of the High School Proficiency Exam (HSPE) which recently replaced the Washington Assessment of Student...

 

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Ten Years Ago October 13, 2010 Energy-efficient dome home, which measures 2,600 square feet, is located at 346 S. Touchet, monolithic Dome homes all across the United States, are open for tours as part of the 10th annual Fall Dome Home Tour. Homecomi...

 

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Ten Years Ago October 6, 2010 The Columbia County Sheriff’s office is asking for the assistance of all residents of Dayton and Columbia County for information about a recent string of residential and commercial burglaries that have occurred over...

 

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Ten Years Ago September 29, 2010 Seven members from Intermountain Region Search and Rescue and their canine companions began their two-day search for missing Starbuck resident, Bob Bulota. The search did not turn up the remains of Bulota who has...

 

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Ten Years Ago September 15, 2010 Two longtime Columbia County 4-H Leaders, Donna Hanger and Lawana Harting, whose dedication in local 4-H program spans over four decades, are being inducted into the Washington State 4-H Hall of Fame at the...

 

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Ten Years Ago September 8, 2010 The Krazy K-9 dog 4-H club officially formed in the fall of 2009 and active members Caleb Breaux, Jacob Breaux, Diane Patton, Payton Dowdy and Cheyenne Gritman worked hard to raise money to build agility equipment...

 

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Ten Years Ago September 1, 2010 Tuesday afternoon, August 24, a combine caught fire causing a field fire on Patit Road and crews from Columbia County Fire District #3 and Waitsburg worked to contain and extinguish the fire. Thursday winds with gusts...

 

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Ten Years Ago August 18, 2010 Whooping Cough confirmed in Columbia County. The Epidemic of Whooping Cough, or pertussis, in California has sickened over 1,500 people, killed six infants and has also affected areas of Washington and the Inland...

 

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Ten Years Ago August 11, 2010 The Dayton Swim Team, coached by Rosy Nechedom, had another great season of swimming. About 70 kids between 6 and 18 years old participated in various meets throughout the summer. Twenty-four were brand new to the team...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    August 6, 2020

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Ten Years Ago August 4, 2010 Medal of Honor recipient Retired Lt. Col. Bruce P. Crandall of Port Orchard, Wash., who was awarded the nation’s highest military honor for his bravery, will key note the Vietnam Veterans Remembrance Day in Chehalis....

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    July 30, 2020

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Ten Years Ago July 28, 2010 The Dayton-Columbia County Washington fund provided a check for $2,500 for the bronze of a Stationmaster that is being sculpted by Keith McMasters. Twenty-Five Years Ago July 26, 1995 Miss Alyse Elizabeth Thomas, age 6,...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    July 23, 2020

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Ten Years Ago July 21, 2010 Pheasants Forever gave two college scholarships and donated funds to two local 4-H clubs. DHS graduate Kinkade Sunderland received the John Hinchliff Memorial Foundation Scholarship of $750. He is planning to major in agri...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    July 16, 2020

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Ten Years Ago July 14, 2010 Dorothy McCauley and Bob Budig, both members of the 1943 class at DHS have been chosen as Parade Marshals of the 2010 alumni parade this coming weekend. Alumni Spotlight: Charlotte Hutchens, 99, taught school in Montana...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    July 9, 2020

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Ten Years Ago July 7, 2010 The concepts for Blue Mountain Station are becoming more fleshed out with a new landscape illustration from USKH. Four Shillings Short to perform at Dayton Library’s Delany Room, “Around the world in 30 instruments....

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    July 2, 2020

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Ten Years Ago June 30, 2010 Summer Recreation Program off to a great start with a total 48 youth, grades K-6th are registered in the program, an increase of 30 youth over the 2009 program. Twenty-Five Years Ago June 28, 1995 Dick Ingram Jr. was...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    May 21, 2020

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Ten Years Ago May 19, 2010 Wenaha Gallery presents Greenwich Workshop artist Rod Frederick. Rod Frederick was destined to become the prolific wildlife/landscape artist he is today. Frederick majored in art and minored in biology at Willamette...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    May 14, 2020

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Ten Years Ago May 12, 2010 The Running T Ranch, hosting the Columbia County Cattlemen’s annual spring banquet, the Dayton Days Coronation, two weddings and a big birthday party, is a jewel located along the North Touchet Road. The owners Tim...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    May 7, 2020

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Ten Years Ago May 5, 2010 Chuck Thronson and wife Ginger have been chosen as Grand Marshals for the Dayton Chamber of Commerce-sponsored for the Dayton Days Parade. A new tobacco tax passed by the Washington State Legislature took effect on May 1,...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    April 30, 2020

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Ten Years Ago April 28, 2010 Mary Calanche is the proprietor of one of Dayton’s newest stores located on East Main Street. The shop features quality artisan goods all crated by local or regional craftsmen and women. Heavy equipment has been moved...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    April 23, 2020

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Ten Years Ago April 21, 2010 A crowd of over 200 people gathered at the Running T Ranch for the Dayton Days coronation event. Lanny Adams, vice president of the Board of Dayton Days, emceed the evening. Chaperone and Court advisor Kelly White...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    April 9, 2020

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Ten Years Ago April 14, 2010 Residents of Washington will celebrate Arbor Day, 2010, on April 14, observing the holiday at a time best suited for tree planting for its residents. The arrival of the 39 students and three chaperones from Yamate High...

 

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