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 By Kaye Eaton    Community    May 16, 2024 

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago May 16, 2014 Will Hutchens, a 1995 graduate of Dayton High School, penned a book about Portland's coffee culture. In Caffeinated PDX, Hutchens outlines what he describes as the unique coffee culture of the Portland area coffee houses...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    May 9, 2024

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago May 7, 2014 Dayton High School seniors Courtney Mings and Guy Spalinger were named recipients of the 2014 P.E.O. Citizenship Award, presented by Chapter BJ of Dayton. The Dayton Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America did...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    May 2, 2024

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago April 30, 2014 The Dayton High School FFA Chapter members Jennifer Warren, Bonnie Laib, Matthew Warren, Cal Martin, Cruz Ramirez, Anissa Holmberg, Levi Laib, Zane Patton and Lexie Ramirez assisted Walla Walla Pheasants Forever by planti...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    April 25, 2024

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago April 23, 2014 Port Launches Artisan Food Center with Grand Opening. The development strategy at Blue Mountain Station, located on the edge of historic Dayton, houses several business. Rey's Roast coffee is the newest company to lease...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    April 18, 2024

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 the Portland area coffee houses and what has been...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    April 11, 2024

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago April 9, 2014 Residents of Smith Hollow, Prater, and Messner roads have requested a speed reduction on the county roads north of Dayton. The roads are posted at 50 mph per state law, due to the numerous hills and curves, as well as... Full story

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    April 4, 2024

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago April 3, 2013 Bank of America trustee Kevin Paulson VSP, presented a summary of income money from the farm in the W. W. Day Trust for the crop year 2012. The farm has 1379.2 tillable acres. The trust had $136,000 for disbursement with...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    March 28, 2024

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago March 26, 2014 Mike Mathews, after serving 15 years on the Columbia County Planning Commission, is retiring. Mathews's involvement on the Planning commission took place during a period of change for the county and he feels his greatest...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    March 21, 2024

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago March 19, 2014 Living out the dream on the field, for two Dayton High School graduates, Miles Lytle (2009) and Dain Henderson (2011), are both part of the Washington State University Athletic Program as football student equipment manage...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    March 14, 2024

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago March 12, 2014 Dayton was recognized by True West magazine as number three in a top ten ranking of True Western Towns for 2014. The distinction was given to cities that have made an important contribution to preserving their Old West...

 
 By Kaye Eaton    Community    March 7, 2024

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago March 5, 2014 Cooperative Park Master Plan for City, County and Port defined. Increasing recreational opportunities to promote tourism and spur economic growth is listed as the main goal of the Cooperative Park Master Plan, as approved...

 

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago February 26, 2014 Art Sunderland, Columbia County Extension Agent, and his wife Jean were recognized for his lifetime of achievement in the arena of Natural Resource Conservation and service to the citizens of Columbia County. Art and...

 

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago February 19, 2014 The 2014 Columbia County Fair Hostesses have been selected to represent the county: Haley Jo Puckett, 16, daughter of B.J. Garcia and Amanda Dobbs; Stephanie Nerf, 16, daughter of Belinda Cook and a student at...

 

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago February 12, 2014 Dayton's fifth graders last ski day at Bluewood this season was Del Avery's last day of work. Del shared that he wanted to keep working long enough to drive our young skiers to the Mountain. TVAC Productions invites...

 

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago February 5, 2014 Local farmers Jack Wright, Curtis, Will Wright and Jason Lynch gained a new perspective of two elements, soil and water, two elements crucial to farming after the opportunity to harvest wheat, barley and canola seed in...

 

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago January 29, 2014 Members of the Dayton School Board learned the emergency repair on a steam pipe that ruptured in December cost the District $62,500, with a discussion on how to cover the unplanned expense. Poet shares healing power of...

 

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago January 22, 2014 Grant Griffen, Bob Budig's grandson installed the final work, to adorn the Dayton Veteran's Memorial. The half bronze silhouette of a solider kneeling at the boots of a fallen comrade, holding the dog tags of the...

 

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Ten Years Ago January 15, 2014 With future recreation opportunities at Lyons Ferry Marina the Commissioners for the Port of Columbia approved goals for recreation presented by Manager Jennie Dickinson. Adoption of recreational goals will help the...

 

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago January 8, 2014 After submitting an estimated 250,000 signatures in early October, sponsors of a gun-control measures and another 95,000 signatures to our Elections Division, one day before Friday's submission deadline for initiatives... Full story

 
 By Kaye Eaton    News    January 4, 2024

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago January 1, 2014 The Dayton Chronicle Shopping Spree for 2013 are Britney Wyatt, Chris Cloin, Betty Bailey, JoLyn Richords and Cathy Abel. The Columbia County Fair Board announced the new Fair Court members, Samantha Sweetwood, Haley...

 

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago December 25, 2013 Permitting has begun for a straw pulping mill along the Snake River near Lyons Ferry Bridge by Columbia Pulp, LLC, with production anticipated to begin in 2015. The company has acquired a 450-acre site south of...

 

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago December 18, 2013 Port of Columbia completes Artisan Food Center, with tenants beginning to move equipment and products in, depending up the completion of their unit. It was reported some tasks, the plumbing and outdoor painting was...

 

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago December 4, 2013 Concert to provide canned goods for the Food Bank. Zella Powers, hoping to win a CD or other give away item, entered the contest for prizes by successfully calling into Ed Dailey's radio segment on KORD 102.7 FM. Dailey...

 

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago November 27, 2013 The Annual Kiwanis Turkey Bingo drew a huge crowd to win the many prizes and turkeys that were awarded for a Bingo. "An Old Fashioned Christmas" Kick-Off is scheduled for November 29 and 30 in Dayton "The Town that...

 

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Ten Years Ago November 20, 2013 The Port of Columbia has scheduled an Open House on December 11 for the public to get a close look at the Artisan Center at the Blue Mountain Station. The Dayton Cross Fit team members hosted their first competition...

 

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