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From the Dayton Chronicle archives

Ten Years Ago

May 21, 2014

Local resident Bob Allbee, a 1984 Dayton graduate who is employed by the U.S.F.S. Pomeroy Ranger District, took command of the Oso Disaster area, a land slide covering nearly a square mile and as deep as 80 feet. A main highway blocked, a large river diverted and flooding other terrain creating a 50-acre lake, missing people, and destroyed homes.

Twenty-Five Years Ago


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