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 By Kaye Eaton    Community    November 24, 2022 

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Ten Years Ago November 21, 2012 Wally and Marie McCauley were honored as long-time 4-H supporters of the local 4-H Program with the Friends of 4-H Award. Twenty-Five Years Ago The Dayton Branch of Coldwell Banker First Realtors officially opened its...

 

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Ten Years Ago November 14, 2012 Middle school girls cast in lead for "Annie." Annie opens this weekend at the Liberty Theater and Hallyn Boggs from Dayton and Chloe Pearson from Waitsburg are double cast in the lead role. Twenty-Five Years Ago...

 

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Ten Years Ago November 7, 2012 The Dayton Chamber of Commerce held its 66th annual awards banquet. Keynote speaker George Sharp, Executive Director for Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater Visitor and Convention Bureau, presented a formula for success he has...

 

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Ten Years Ago October 30, 2012 A Passion to Children. Sylvia Demaris, a local quilter known for producing several quilts a year, stopped sewing about four years ago. She stopped after grandson Jayden Dedloff was diagnosed with a severe form of...

 

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Ten Years Ago October 24, 2012 Micki Literal recounted her Honduras medical missionary trip, saying the landscape is so rich with beauty, yet the people are so poor, summarizing her two week, medical missionary trip. Literal was one of 22...

 

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Ten Years Ago October 10, 2012 Kevin Carson, author of the just-released book “The Long Journey of the Nez Perce,” was at the Wenaha Gallery to discuss his work and to autograph copies of his book. Kevin will take a break from signing books to...

 

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Ten Years Ago October 3, 2012 Josilyn Fullerton of Dayton was crowned the new 2013 Jr. Miss Rodeo Washington during the Moses Lake Round-up. Josilyn, 13, is the daughter of Greg and Nikki Fullerton and attends Dayton Middle School. She is a six-year...

 

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Ten Years Ago September 26, 2012 Columbia County Commissioners accepted the nine projects for the Umatilla National Forest selected by the Southeast Washington Resource Advisory Committee, totaling $39,400, to take place in 2013. They include Wenaha...

 

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Ten Years Ago September 19, 2012 The Dayton Skate Park has been padlocked due to recent graffiti vandalism and 6 to 7 complaints filed recently to the Sheriff’s Office. The facility shares space with the tennis court in a fence area next to the...

 

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Ten Years Ago September 12, 2012 The Opening Ceremony for “Walk For Relay for Life” will echo from the stands at 3 p.m. September 15-16, followed by the Survivors’ Lap and start of the Relay at 3:30 p.m. Judges will be on site to award points...

 

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Ten Years Ago September 5, 2012 4-H is often a tradition in agricultural families and for the Tardiff girls, Hallie and Sawyer that is true. Falling in the footsteps of their parents by showing 4-H steers at the Columbia County Fair this weekend....

 

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Ten Years Ago August 29, 2012 Has the gray wolf moved into Columbia County? Rumors of wolves in the area have been reported from local outdoor enthusiasts, hunters, farmers and those involved with windmill tower construction and maintenance. Both...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    May 5, 2022

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Ten Years Ago May 2, 2012 Future Business Leaders of America head for San Antonio, Texas. Dayton high school freshman, Caitlyn Robins placed in the three competitive events during the Washington State Future Business Leaders of America state conferen...

 

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Ten Years Ago December 21, 2011 “Dayton’s Food Bank appreciates community generosity all year and is very supportive,” expressed Aleta Shockley, a driving force behind Dayton’s Food Bank. Currently, the food bank is serving approximately 160...

 

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Ten Years Ago December 14, 2011 Ground breaking for the new motel construction is estimated for May 1, 2012. Owners Derek and Michelle Duke, the principals in the planning of a major chain motel, are moving forward with plans for a 50-room facility...

 

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Ten Years Ago December 7, 2011 After the conclusion of the Port of Columbia board meeting on December 14, Port Commissioner Lawrence Turner will be stepping down after 25 years of service. Twenty-Five Years Ago December 4, 1996 The Dayton School...

 

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Ten Years Ago November 30, 2011 Local veterinarians Drs. Kennie and Chuck Reeves of Dayton Veterinary Clinic have been member of the Washington State Veterinary Medical Association for 38 years. This year, the organization is celebrating 100 years...

 

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Ten Years Ago November 23, 2011 The weekend event after Thanksgiving Day is celebrated as the Dayton’s “Christmas Kick Off,” with a wide, colorful schedule of events for both young and old, including the traditional Main Street Lighted Parade...

 

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Ten Years Ago November 16, 2011 The twenty-fifth annual Turkey Bingo, slated for Saturday November 19th, is the annual Kiwanis fund-raising event. The event offers loads of fun, food and the stage in the Dayton Elementary Multi-purpose room will be l...

 

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Ten Years Ago October, 2011 The manager of Dayton Wine Works announced this week that the popular Dayton Wine Works, known for its focus on local music and Washington wine, will expand downtown at 232 E. Main. Twenty-Five Years Ago October 28, 1996...

 

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Ten Years Ago October 19, 2011 The 4-H clubs Barnyard, Saddles & Spurs, and Rocking D Riders, the leaders, parents and volunteers are working hard to provide a Halloween Haunted Maze at the Columbia County Fairgrounds. The event is a community...

 

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Ten Years Ago October 9, 2011 For “The Town that Still Believes” Christmas Kick Off there will again be the lighted parade on Friday November 25. The Dayton Shopping Spree starts soon, with entry form available throughout downtown merchants. Dayt...

 

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Ten Years Ago October 5, 2011 Leadership, teamwork, support of athletic teams as well as the pursuit of skills of excellence and safety are the core principles of the National Cheerleading Association and it is what new Dayton High School cheer...

 

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Ten Years Ago September 28, 2011 Chuck Amerein, who opened Hammerdown Fitness on Cameron Street in the Port of Columbia building formerly occupied by Columbia County Transportation, believes fitness is a sport in itself. Twenty-Five Years Ago...

 

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Ten Years Ago September 21, 2011 Jaron Button, 2011 Dayton High School graduate, after completing recruit training in San Diego, was awarded top meritorious award in his platoon and was offered to continue training to become a Security Specialist...

 

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