Dayton’s annual Kickoff scores big

Local merchants got an early Christmas present of a packed Main Street for the annual Christmas Kickoff.

Armed campus burglary prompts lockdown of Dayton school

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.

Update: 250 acre fire south of Dayton 70 percent contained

A 250 acre wildland fire in the Robinette Mountain Road area is approximately 70 percent contained as of Saturday morning.

Fire south of Dayton spreading rapidly

A wildland fire approximately 10 miles south of Dayton has grown to 100 acres since it was first called in at 11:15 a.m. today.

Dayton to dedicate new welcome sign

DAYTON — Residents are invited to a dedication for Dayton’s new welcome sign on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m.

Minutes - Dayton School Board - 9/17/14

Dayton School Board

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Flood-displaced couple finds temporary home on Monteillet farm

Fire and rain force a couple from a Twisp farm, buy they find friends in Dayton’s Joan and Pierre-Louis Monteillet.

Sal Asaro and Patty Cho escaped fire and floods in Twisp, Wash. before winding up living at Monteillet Fromagerie in Dayton.

Agenda - Dayton City Council - 9/8/14

Dayton City Council

Agenda - Dayton School Board - 9/3/14

Dayton School Board

Dayton man, a former Army medic, now children’s author

DAYTON — A military career isn’t always easy to explain to kids.

Area pot zoning efforts face resistance

DAYTON — With moratoriums on recreational marijuana businesses set to expire mid-September, Dayton and Columbia County are moving forward with zoning ordinances amid opposition from residents.

Minutes - Dayton City Council - 8/25/14

Dayton City Council

Minutes - Dayton School Board - 8/20/14

Dayton School Board

Agenda - Dayton School Board - 8/20/14

Dayton School Board


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