Columbia County

News from around Columbia County, including the Port of Columbia, county government, Dayton and Starbuck.


Motorcyclist dies in Columbia County crash

An Irrigon man died in a motorcycle crash Thursday afternoon in Columbia County, according to Washington State Patrol officials.

Columbia County Transfer Station fire costs add up

Alongside the fire damage at the Columbia County Transfer Station are many questions of how the county plans to proceed with repairs.

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Foodies rock out at Foodstock in Dayton

Foodies from far and wide gathered Saturday at Blue Mountain Station in Dayton for the second annual Foodstock, a day of celebrating food as sustainable as it is sublime.

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Fire puts transfer station out of commission

After a fire Friday morning decimated a trailer and damaged a truck and the main building at the Columbia County Transfer Station in Dayton, the station has had to close temporarily while the Columbia County Public Works Department assesses the damage and makes repairs.

Minutes - Dayton City Council - 7/13/15

Dayton City Council

Minutes - Dayton School Board - 7/13/15

Dayton School Board

Dayton consider allowing ATVs on city streets

DAYTON — Dayton’s city streets are one step closer to becoming fair game for all-terrain vehicle enthusiasts.

Food festival reschedules to avoid conflict with concerts

DAYTON — Blue Mountain Station, Dayton’s solar-paneled artisan food market, is asking food-lovers to “make food, not war” and to “give peas a chance” at the station’s second annual Foodstock, a day dedicated to foodie fun, which is free for the whole family to attend.

Agenda - Port Of Columbia - 7/14/15

Port Of Columbia Special Meeting

Dayton-to-Walla Walla train line changing operators

The choo-choo of the Palouse River and Coulee City (PCC) Railroad has become a question of “choo-who?” for the Port of Columbia.

Dayton City Council considers ordinance to allow ATVS on city streets

The “all-terrain” of ATVs in Dayton may soon include city streets, following a City Council meeting Monday.


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