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Agenda - Dayton School Board - 4/16/14

Dayton School Board

Longtime Columbia County physician retires

A party in honor of Dr. Michael Luce will be held tonight at Dayton’s Liberty Theater.

DAYTON — Dr. Michael Luce, a general practitioner who served the county for over 30 years, is retiring.

Agenda - Columbia County Commission - 4/16/14

Columbia County Commission

Longtime Columbia County doctor retires

A party in honor of Dr. Michael Luce will be held Wednesday at Dayton’s Liberty Theater.

DAYTON — Dr. Michael Luce, a general practitioner who served the Columbia County for over 30 years, is retiring.

Minutes - Dayton City Council - 4/14/14

Dayton City Council

Dayton’s Chamber hires new director

DAYTON — The Dayton Chamber of Commerce has selected a former broadcaster-turned marketing and communications professional as its new director.

Minutes - Port of Columbia - 4/9/14

Port of Columbia

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Rocketry club gives youths a lift in sciences

DAYTON — For Tim Quigg, there’s something fulfilling about building a rocket with your own hands and watching it fly thousands of feet up at three times the speed of sound.

Updated: 911 service restored after failure in Washington

Emergency 911 service is down in most of the state of Washington. Here's who to call instead.

Agenda - Port of Columbia - 4/9/14

Port of Columbia

Minutes - Dayton School Board - 4/2/14

Dayton School Board

Agenda - Dayton School Board - 4/2/14

Dayton School Board

Agenda - Columbia County Commission - 4/2/14

Columbia County Commission

Judge whose territory covers Columbia, Garfield counties to retire

Superior Court Judge William Acey, whose Hells Canyon Circuit includes Columbia and Garfield counties, announced his retirement this afternoon.

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Mace Mead Works has bands truckin' in to Dayton

DAYTON — For bands on a tour of the Pacific Northwest, the stretch of highway between Seattle or Portland and Spokane, Boise or Missoula often looks long and empty.

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