Articles from the June 30, 2022 edition

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 By Loyal Baker    News    June 30, 2022

Suspect in shooting death released as investigation proceeds

DAYTON–The suspect in last week’s June 20, 2022, shooting death of a Walla Walla man here was released from custody Friday, June 24, pending further consideration of the investigation by the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office, and further inves...

 
 By Loyal Baker    News    June 30, 2022

Washington Federal branch closing in July

DAYTON–Another local bank is undergoing change–this time by closing as it consolidates with another nearby branch. Washington Federal Bank, a successor to Bank of America and Seattle First Nat...

 
 By Melissa Gemmell    News    June 30, 2022

Rally for the Flag draws supporters

DAYTON–Nearly 50 peaceably assembled to show support for the flag of our country and historical values at a "Rally for the Flag," held on the sidewalk next to the Dayton Historic Depot on June 25 a...

 

Pool feasibility study funds among local grants made by Sherwood Trust

WALLA WALLA–A $10,000 grant from the Sherwood Trust will support a feasibility study to be conducted by Dayton’s Friends of the Dayton Community Pool was among 16 organizations in the area who received Sherwood Trust grants amounting to $87...

 

Quote of the Week

“The home is the chief school of human virtues.” – William Ellery Channing... Full story

 

Letters to the Editor

To the editor, As a clarification to my recent two letters to the Dayton Chronicle regarding the Betsy Ross Flag, I identified myself as a member of the Dayton Task Force. I would like to clarify that I was not speaking on behalf of the Task Force,...

 

Obituary

Editor’s Note: Dayton Chronicle columnist Baxter Black’s column, “On the Edge of Common Sense,” was discontinued at the end of 2021. His obituary follows. On June 10th, 2022 Baxter Ashby Black, large animal veterinarian, cowboy poet and philoso...

 

I Know You'll Miss this Man

The Lord spoke to the heavy hearts that stood with hats in hand “Your sadness pains me deeply and I know you’ll miss this man But, it’s true what you’ve been hearing, Heaven is a real place. That’s...

 

Hospital Corner

Continuing our series on Mental Health Awareness, in this second part, mental-health problems take many forms, from severe to mild, but all can affect how we function and our quality of life. Generally, there is more than one factor that contributes...

 

Pastor's Corner

An easterner traveling through Wyoming with his son spotted a huge bird sitting in a solitary tree overlooking a steep canyon. As they got closer, they saw the golden streaks in its feathers as the golden eagle leaped from a tree and soared over the...

 

Seney receives PEO STAR Scholarship

KENNEWICK–Sadie Seney received the prestigious $2500 STAR Scholarship award at the State PEO Connvention recently. Local Chapter BJ, PEO members recently attended the Washington State PEO c...

 

Senior Round Table

Thur, Jun 23: Alice Springs Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Stewed Tomatoes, Salad, Dressing, Apple, Milk Tue, Jun 28: Meatloaf, Gravy with Gravy, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Breen Beans, Salad, Dressing, Peaches, Milk Thur, Jun 30: Fish Sandwich,...

 

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago June 27, 2012 Fred Crowe, a retired professor from Oregon State University, who conducted research specializing in plant pathology, recently returned from Georgia where he shared his knowledge of growing garlic. Crowe was asked by the...

 

Obituary

Kenneth Fletcher October 4, 1945–January 13, 2022 Kenneth Fletcher passed away January 13, 2022, in Spokane, Wash., at Sacred Heart Medical Center at the age of 76. Kenneth was born October 4, 1945, in Dayton, Wash., to Leo R. and Norma Fletcher and...

 

Obituary

Miriam J. (Wilkinson) Davis August 9, 1941–June 23, 2022 Miriam (Wilkinson) Davis, and for those back East, Rosie, was born to Ernest and Grace Wilkinson on August 9, 1941, in Hudson New Jersey. She grew up in Jersey City, her father passed away i...

 

Death Notice

Fred P. Banks PRESCOTT–Fred Preston Banks, 67, born July 16, 1954, died June 15, 2022....

 

2022 All Wheels Weekend Winners

DAYTON–Cars, trucks and all sorts of vehicles came from far and wide to win trophies at the 2022 All Wheels Weekend. Here are the top entries: Coolest Cruisers: Kyle & Becky Thornhill, Richland, Wash., 1933 Ford Vicky. 10s & 20s Open Class Cars: 1...

 

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