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 By Loyal Baker    News    November 17, 2022

Christmas Kick Off 2022

DAYTON–Glittering, sparkling, twinkling Christmas lights and Santa Claus-themed decorations, plus a few new activities are in store as the Dayton Chamber of Commerce's Christmas Kick-Off rings in...

 

Getting multiple agencies' approval holds up sediment removal in Touchet River

DAYTON-The City Council heard discussion on the Touchet River sediment removal; a brief update about the Wastewater Treatment Project and the Third Street Project; designated Councilman Jim Sueuga as...

 

Port working on budget and property sale

DAYTON–The Port of Columbia Commission held a budget hearing within their regular monthly meeting on November 9; met with a consultant firm by Zoom for beginning the process of updating the Comprehe...

 

35th Annual Turkey Bingo Saturday

DAYTON–Except for the event being canceled in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic, a Thanksgiving staple here for the past 35 years is the Kiwanis Turkey Bingo, set for this Saturday, November 19, at the Dayton Elementary Multipurpose Room. The...

 

On Stage at the Liberty Theater

"The Sound of Music" opened on the Liberty Theater stage last week to a full and appreciative house who enjoyed the performance, including this scene where the Von Trapp children learn about "tea, a...

 

Quote of the Week

“Trust yourself: You know more than you think.” – Benjamin Spock, M.D.... Full story

 

Reward for information about poisoned wolves increases to $53,900

This update provides an overview of gray wolf conservation and management activities in Washington during October 2022. WASHINGTON STATE–For the past eight months, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) Police have been...

 

Christmas tree permits now available

BAKER CITY, Ore. (November 15, 2022) - Christmas tree permits are now available to purchase at Forest offices, several local businesses, and online through Recreation.gov. All National Forests offer Christmas tree permits online as an added...

 

OPINION

"Amnesty" is a noun that means the act of an authority "by which pardon is granted to a large group of individuals" or, more casually in Webster's New World College Dictionary, a "deliberate overlooking." One of its synonyms is forgiveness. And a...

 

Preston Hall Students of the Month

Waitsburg School District's Preston Hall announces its Students of the Month for October. These students were chosen by staff based on the following criteria: cleaning up the cafeteria and the tables...

 

Pastor's Corner

A group of people were enjoying the thrill of a roller coaster in North Carolina when the train of little cars got stuck. For 45 minutes the people suffered, being strapped in the cars upside down. One fellow was quoted as saying, "I personally watch...

 

What's New at School?

By Wyntr McCauley Guest Student Columnist DAYTON–Columbia County Sheriff Joe Helm and his deputies have a presence at the High School (DHS) which is proving a benefit for both students and staff. I felt compelled to inform my community about the...

 

SCHOOL LUNCH MENU

BREAKFAST Wed, Nov 16: Waffles, Fruit, Juice, Milk Thur, Nov 17: Breakfast Pita, Fruit, Juice, Milk Fri, Nov 18: Maple Bar, Scrambled Eggs, Fruit, Juice, Milk Mon, Nov 21: Cereal, Cheese Stick, Fruit, Juice, Milk Tue, Nov 22: Pumpkin Bread, Omelet,...

 

From the Dayton Chronicle archives

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...

 

OBITUARY

John L. Neace September 9, 1954–October 28, 2022 John L. Neace, Dayton native, passed away October 28, 2022 at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane with his brothers, Jim and Dan at his side. He was 68. John was born September 9, 1954 in Dayton...

 

More than 40 state parks will offer First Day Hikes

OLYMPIA-Washington State Parks is inviting the public to ring in the new year during its annual First Day Hikes event on Jan. 1, 2023. At least 40 state parks will host staff-led and self-guided hikes, snowshoe excursions, bike rides and more on New...

 

House Fire

Fire District No. 3 fire fighters responded to a structure fire at 309 E. Clay Street on November 2. The fire started in the attic and was contained to the attic with smoke and water damage throughout the rest of the residence, said Chief Jeromy...

 

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