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STUDENTS AT St. Mary's Academy will present the play Pinocchio Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. and Thursday at 9 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. The free performances are in the school gymnasium. Above, Pinocchio (Conor Blari), seated, is greeted by a troupe of string puppets.
Confusion exists among agencies about occupancy status of tenants
Huffman opposes, but will uphold
TD Middle School wrestling team sending bus load to state championships
Dufur drops Prairie City by a 46-38 margin in consolation
Editorial cartoons from March 11, 2014.
The saga of Dallas the rooster and his boon companion, soon to be 6-year-old Ayla Macnab of Dufur, offers more than a few cautionary tales for the participants and the people who have been following the story longer than any social media sensation can rightfully expect.
To the editor: The Dalles Middle School Commons will be the scene of literary drama Saturday morning March 15, and the community is invited to the Region 4 East Oregon Battle of the Books Tournament.
To the editor: Miss Barajas, an 11-year-old girls says there is “nothing to do” in The Dalles and “teen-agers wouldn’t be in trouble if there were some fun things around.”
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from March 12, 2014, and link to The Dalles crime map.
Settlement leaves Arndt boundary in place
Volunteers help revive habitat for native plants and animals
Nonunion raises will be considered in budget
Nonprofit event calendar from March 11, 2014.
Bulldogs withstand TDOne by one, players from The Dalles girl’s basketball team emerged from the locker room with their eyes reddened from tears of defeat. The season was over. The quest for a state site berth climbs to 13 years.’s comeback attempt to win 45-41 and earn Eugene trip
Trio of state qualifiers talk experience in wake of ‘14
Nonprofit events schedule from March 8, 2014.
DEAR DOCTOR K: Two friends recently had stents put in. What exactly is a stent? How does it work?
Is it beginning to feel like spring? We are getting closer with the first day of spring, or the vernal equinox as they say in the more educated circles, arriving March 20. And just like flowers sprouting in the gardens, and ants climbing on the kitchen counters, the Mid-Columbia Senior Center is busy with activities.
Oregon State University Home Extension Services hosts the Mid-Columbia Family and Community Education Study Groups on the annual Spring Tour, Portland’s Glorious Gardens, Thursday, May 22.
Your generosity could stand in the way of your success this year. While it’s an admirable pursuit, helping others with their problems will reduce the amount of time you spend on your own goals. You must learn to say no if you want to achieve your ambitions.
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