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To the editor, I attended the Columbia County Rural Library District meeting on November 28. I was interested to hear an update on the issue of the display of and access to books with explicit sexual content and/or graphic images. I heard parents,...

 

Letters to the Editor

Letter to editor, (Part 2) Continued from November 24, 2022 edition: ...I applaud the diligence of Table Rock Meat Company of Dayton for rethinking and reshaping how farm-to-table protein is able to be accomplished here...This is a service that is a...

 

Letters to the Editor

To the editor, Part of your headline on an article on the front page of the Dayton Chronicle last week mentioned that our town, Dayton, is a town that still believes. I am wondering what we believe in? The reason I ask is that, as many of you may...

 

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...

 

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To the editor, Since becoming Yakima County Commissioner two years ago, I have had the privilege to work with Charles Amerein on two boards, the Aging and Long-Term Care Council of Governments, and the Greater Columbia Behavioral Health ASO, where...

 

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To the Editor: Joint Metropolitan Park District Pool Leadership is about vision, commitment, hard work and working with others to achieve a common goal. If you're not committed, what's the point? The Columbia County Commission and the Dayton City...

 

Letters to the Editor

Dear editor, I am not personally acquainted with either of the candidates for County Commissioner No. 3, but their submissions to the official Voters' Pamphlet for the August 2 primary election make clear to me that the choice between them is much...

 

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...

 

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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...

 
 By Loyal Baker    Opinion    October 6, 2022

Commentary

If you haven’t heard of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, I suggest you look into that group of hyper-wealthy people who are, in just a few words, bent on enslaving mankind. The Forum has a video on its website that promotes what life...

 

A. F. Branco

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To the editor, Because of his dedication, integrity and honesty, I am voting to re-elect Chuck Amerein for Columbia County Commissioner District 3. Commissioner Amerein has a deep local knowledge of Columbia County, a respect for rural life and...

 

COMMENTARY

DAYTON–One of my best friends I met for the first time at the swimming pool. I was five and so was he. We sized each other up, decided we’d be friends, and we are to this day some sixty years later. We would swim until the chlorine turned our...

 

Letters to the Editor

To the editor, Equal Justice. Now our past judge is being sentenced for his crime. The State tried to increase his sentence, but they failed. Everyone else gets five years alone for having a gun in the room. We are sure he had one in the room or on...

 

A. F. Branco

A. F. Branco...

 

Letters to the Editor

To the editor, There has been a recent uproar about which books should be available to children in our public library. The people who have voiced their concerns have stated repeatedly that their concerns are not political, homophobic, transphobic,...

 

Letters to the Editor

To the editor, In regards to concerns about sexually explicit books being available to young children at the public library- The best problem-solving methods involve having clarity and clarification of the problem. I have spoken with those concerned...

 

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