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AAUW forum draws a large crowd

DAYTON-Some 80 interested citizens attended when the American Association of University Women (AAUW) held a candidate forum for local candidates, including 5th District Representative, County...

 

Apartment fire quickly extinguished

Smoke wafts out of the stairwell while fire fighters prepare to ventilate a smoky apartment at the Knoblock Apartments on Thursday, October 6, after initial fire fighters' response knocked down a...

 
 By Loyal Baker    News    October 13, 2022

County Republicans' Forum tonight

DAYTON–Voters will get another opportunity to hear from and pose questions to local political candidates at a Republican Candidate Forum set for 7 p.m. tonight, October 13, at the Dayton High...

 

School District denied $5 million grant; Directors grapple with building needs and maintenance

DAYTON-The local School Board (DSB) heard information about bonds and levies; and about the Senior Life Class, at the work session on October 5. The DSB held their monthly work session on October 5...

 

Quote of the Week

“Zeal will do more than knowledge.” – William Hazlitt... Full story

 

GUEST COMMENTARY

Washington State Labor and Industries (L&I) has announced that 2023 minimum wage rate will be set at $15.74 which is a $1.25 increase over 2022. In a press release on the L&I website, the agency...

 

A. F. Branco

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Letters to the Editor

To the editor of the Dayton Chronicle I started in Law enforcement in 1981 and over the years I have worked at federal, city and county levels, both big and small departments, I have also taught both basic and advanced law enforcement classes. With t...

 

Volunteer Pumpkins

The funky old tractor on display at Marjorie Lowe's RV park at Long's Station gathered some volunteer pumpkins this year, growing from seeds deposited by last year's Halloween/Fall display. That...

 

Liberty's Sound of Music tickets now available

DAYTON–Tickets are now available for “The Sound of Music,” the Liberty Theater’s fall musical, a production of the Touchet Valley Arts Council. Tickets went on sale October 7 for 13 performances, under the direction of Sarah Shutters,...

 

Candy donations needed

DAYTON–The Columbia County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) is accepting candy donations through October 25, for their annual Halloween celebration on Monday, October 31 at 3:30-5:30 p.m. Each year, the CCSO, Columbia County Fire District No. 3 along...

 

Seeking Nominations for Blue Mountain Philanthropy Awards

WALLA WALLA–Blue Mountain Community Foundation is asking the public to nominate people and businesses to receive the first annual Blue Mountain philanthropy awards. Awards will be presented at the Blue Mountain Celebration of Giving on March 3rd...

 

SCHOOL LUNCH MENU

BREAKFAST Wed, Oct 12: Pancakes, Fruit, Juice, Milk Thur, Oct 13: Cereal, Fruit, Juice Milk Fri, Oct 14: Maple Bar, Scrambled Eggs, Fruit, Juice, Milk Mon, Oct 17: Breakfast Pizza, Fruit, Juice, Milk Tue, Oct 18: Omelet, Biscuit, Fruit, Juice, Milk...

 

Senior Round Table

Thur, Oct 13: Spaghetti, Green Beans, Garlic Bread, Salad, Fruit Jell-O, Milk Tue, Oct 18: BBQ Chicken, Baked Beans, Carrots, Coleslaw, Brownie, Juice, Milk Thur, Oct 20: Beef Lasagna, Mix Veggies, Garlic Bread, Caesar Salad, Watermelon, Milk Tue,...

 

Pastor's Corner

Taste refers to experiencing flavor. A certain taste of fried chicken can put us back at the dinner table when we were eight years old. The Lord appeals to our sense of taste in our having a relationship with Him. The Bible says, "O taste and see...

 

Blues Intergovernmental Council to host series of public engagement sessions

LA GRANDE–The Blues Intergovernmental Council (BIC) will host a series of public engagement sessions this fall. The public is invited to attend and learn about the BIC’s purpose, hear updates on the BIC’s work products, hear updates on the...

 
 By Loyal Baker    News    October 13, 2022

Conservatives' 'courage of convictions' are important in these difficult times

DAYTON–Difficult issues related to salmon and the Snake River dams, power generation and the environment are best approached from a free-market point of view, which is paramount in crafting the best...

 

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

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...

 

"Fire Won't Wait. Plan Your Escape"

Olympia – The State Fire Marshal’s Office is teaming up with the National Fire Protection Association to promote this year’s Fire Prevention Week (FPW) campaign, “Fire Won’t Wait. Plan Your Escape.” This year also marks the 100th...

 
 By Loyal Baker    Sports    October 13, 2022

Wolfpack clobbers Mabton Vikings, 58-0

MABTON–After battling to a draw in the first 12 minutes, the Dayton-Waitsburg Wolfpack took off, ripping up 30 second-quarter points and cruising to a 58-0 EWAC conference win over the still...

 
 By Loyal Baker    Sports    October 13, 2022

Lady Wolfpack drops match to Lady Knights

COLLEGE PLACE–A let-down followed a competitive first set, then the Lady Knights of Walla Walla Valley Academy went on to defeat the Lady Wolfpack Volleyball squad here Tuesday night, October 11,...

 

Washington, Oregon employer groups announce Hydropower Coalition

CAMAS-The largest employer groups in Washington and Oregon toay announced the launch of a multi-state coalition in support of hydropower as a low-cost, reliable and renewable energy source this week. The Association of Washington Business (AWB),...

 

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