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By Dena Martin
The Times 

CutStock Building Fire

 

January 31, 2019

Photo by Teeny McMunn

The building historically known as the Columbia Cutstock Building, located at 606 Wagon Road, in Dayton, was destroyed by fire on the morning of Tues., Jan. 29. Fire departments from Columbia County, Waitsburg, Dixie, the City of College Place and Walla Walla responded to fight the blaze which is believed to have started around 2 a.m. according to Columbia County Fire Marshal Clint Atteberry. The fire, which gutted the wood frame building, was fully contained by 8 a.m. and there were no injuries. The building is owned by Mark Lewis and was being used by Phoenix Pulp & Polymer of Renton, Wash. Equipment stored inside the building was destroyed. The fire department was still mopping up the site early Tuesday afternoon as The Times prepared to go to press. Atteberry said there was no determined cause yet and an investigation would soon be underway.

The building historically known as the Columbia Cutstock Building, located at 606 Wagon Road, in Dayton, was destroyed by fire on the morning of Tues., Jan. 29. Fire departments from Columbia County, Waitsburg, Dixie, the City of College Place and Walla Walla responded to fight the blaze which is believed to have started around 2 a.m. according to Columbia County Fire Marshal Clint Atteberry.

The fire, which gutted the wood frame building, was fully contained by 8 a.m. and there were no injuries. The building is owned by Mark Lewis and was being used by Phoenix Pulp & Polymer of Renton, Wa...



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