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Columbia County Public Hearing Regarding Data Center

DAYTON—The Columbia County Planning Commission will hold a public hearing regarding the Site Development Plan for a proposed data center in Dayton on Monday at 5:35 p.m. The meeting will take place at the Planning and Building Office at 114 South...

 

Mass Band/Choir Concert Oct. 24

DAYTON—Dayton High School will host this year’s Mass Band/Choir Concert on Oct. 24 at 6:30 in the high school gym. Dayton HS Director of Music Scott Sumner said that musicians from eight schools will participate in the concert. They include...

 

DGH Auxiliary Salad Luncheon

DAYTON—The Dayton General Hospital Auxiliary is hosting a Salad Luncheon to benefit community medical scholarships and equipment needs Oct. 26, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person, and a variety of salads and breads will be served. The...

 

Alder Dental to Close Dayton Office

DAYTON—Alder Family Dental has announced that it will close its office on Dayton’s Main Street on Oct. 11. Dr. Rachel Deininger, who has been the primary dentist in the Dayton office, has announced she will be leaving the firm. Other employees...

 

Ronan Road Closure

DAYTON—Columbia County will close Ronan Road to through traffic for two weeks, starting Oct. 22. The County will be removing the existing timber bridge at milepost 1.657 crossing Johnson Hollow Creek, just southerly of Ronan Road’s junction with...

 

'Cash Mob' at Dayton Depot Saturday

DAYTON—The Dayton Historic Depot is hosting Dayton’s first Cash Mob on Saturday, from 2-3 p.m. The community is invited to visit the Depot gift shop and spend at least $20. This local shopping event supports local business, builds community and...

 

Public Hearing on Eckler and Maloney Winter Access

DAYTON—The Columbia County Commissioners will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. on Oct. 1 in the Columbia County courthouse to receive public input regarding concerns for public/private access during the winter closure months for Eckler Mountain...

 

Bank of Eastern Washington Opens Loan Office in Dayton

DAYTON—The Bank of Eastern Washington, a branch of Bank of Eastern Oregon, announced last week the opening a new loan production office in Dayton. Located at 164 E. Main St., Suite B, the new office will be staffed by Todd Wood. Wood is a veteran...

 

Manhattan Short Film Festival

DAYTON—Dayton’s Liberty Theater will be one of more than 300 venues around the world to showcase nine short films as part of the Manhattan Short Film Festival, taking place here Sept. 27-30 and Oct. 2. The Liberty is one of only three festival...

 

Friends of Dayton Library to Host Fall Book Sale

DAYTON—The Friends of the Dayton Memorial Library are having a fall book sale, with a larger quantity of quality and affordable books than usual. The sale will take place at 250 E. Main St., between Blue Mountain Realtors and Rey’s Roast. from...

 

Extended Lab, Rehab Hours at Dayton Hospital

DAYTON—Columbia County Health System has announced extended hours for its laboratory service department and for its rehabilitation services department. The hospital lab is now open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays from 8...

 

Free Screening of 'The Princess Bride'

DAYTON—The Liberty Theater and Dayton Memorial Library announce a special one-night free screening of Rob Reiner’s classic 1987 comedy, “The Princess Bride,” starring Robin Wright, Cary Elwes and Peter Falk. The film rolls Wednesday, Sept....

 

Wireless Emergency Alert Test

DAYTON—The Federal Emergency Management Agency in coordination with the FCC will conduct a nationwide combined test of the Wireless Emergency Alert and Emergency Alert Systems on Sept. 20, beginning at 2:18 p.m., with a back-up planned for Oct. 3....

 

Air Quality Leads to Health Problems

DAYTON—Dayton General Hospital Respiratory Therapist Tom Anderson said there has been an uptick in people seeking medical care because of poor air quality from smoke due to ongoing fires in northern Washington and British Columbia. People are...

 

Alcohol/Tobacco Retailer Business Training

DAYTON – The Columbia County Public Health Dept. Tobacco Program and the Blue Mountain Counseling Alcohol Prevention Program are sponsoring a retailer business training for those who work with alcohol and tobacco sales and those who serve alcohol...

 

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