“Make lemonade” is often said the thing to do when life hands out lemons. But for Dayton sixth-graders, making lemonade is also the thing to do when handed the opportunity to become entrepreneurs.
After nearly a century of operations, Simpson Lumber is closing its mills in Shelton, on Washington's Olympic Peninsula, and cutting most of its 270 jobs in the area.
An $800,000 Dayton School District capital levy was failing by a thin margin after votes were counted Tuesday night.
DAYTON — The celebration “125 Years of Fair Fun,” the Columbia County Fair Association’s annual kickoff dinner, will begin 6 p.m. Saturday in the county fairgrounds Pavilion.
DAYTON — Registration is now open for an April 30 workshop for woodland owners about wildland fire behavior, history and tools to evaluate conditions.
Columbia County commissioners have put their stamp of approval on Columbia Pulp’s $100 million Solid Waste Disposal bond from the Washington Economic Development Finance Authority.
Something about the Dayton Historic Depot will be aired tonight at 9 on the Travel Channel’s “Mysteries at the Museum.”
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A moratorium on recreational marijuana operations in Columbia County will continue for the time being, county commissioners decided Monday.
Regulation of recreational marijuana in Columbia County, including a possible ban, will be the topic of a public hearing this month by Columbia County commissioners.
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