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.
The Dayton School Board is expected on Wednesday to approve putting an $800,000 capital levy on an April ballot, the second time board members will vote on the measure.
A Starbuck man remains in the Columbia County Jail this morning, accused of hitting a person with a baseball bat on Friday, according to sheriff’s office officials.
DAYTON — Law officers from Columbia and Walla Walla counties converged on a Dayton home early this morning to arrest a man suspected of dealing narcotics, according to officials from the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office.
Dayton voters came out in strong support of a sales tax increase for local roads.
A Walla Walla man was injured this morning in a single-vehicle rollover crash 9 miles east of Dayton, the Washington State Patrol reported.
Residents will vote on sales tax increase to fund street improvements, a measure Dayton’s newly formed Transportation Benefit District put on the Feb. 10 ballot.
DAYTON — A search warrant served at a Dayton man’s home turned up a stolen firearm and three illegal knives on Monday, according to Columbia County officials.
Local merchants got an early Christmas present of a packed Main Street for the annual Christmas Kickoff.
DAYTON — Columbia County Commissioners will hold a special meeting Wednesday to discuss contract negotiations for the Touchet Valley Golf Course.
DAYTON — The Columbia County Hospital District must wait at least until Nov. 25 to find out whether its $5.5 million capital improvement bond will pass.
Here are Columbia County's election results in contested races as of this evening's count. Incumbents where applicable are denoted with an (i).
DAYTON — Two adults were arrested Wednesday afternoon after stealing numerous items from Dayton High School gym locker rooms and possessing weapons on school property, according to the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office.
DAYTON — Merle Jackson is the apparent winner in the Columbia County Commission District 1 race, with more than a 9 percentage-point lead over Dwight Richter.
WALLA WALLA — The two candidates in the hotly contested race for Walla Walla County Sheriff were neither declaring victory nor conceding defeat this morning.
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