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Letter to the editor: ‘Kick me’ sign

To the editor: Once again the Wasco Commissioners have resurrected and posted the “KICK ME” sign for the County by approving a ‘mass gathering’ permit for the What-The-Festival.

Letter to the editor: Climate crisis

To the editor: In the 1980s, President Reagan and Secretary of State George Shultz were faced with a major climate problem. Many scientists were concerned about the devastating effects of the ozone layer being depleted.

Letter to the editor: Thank you

To the editor: We would like to thank those who supported us in the recent recall election. It is gratifying to know you share our concerns about the Mosier Fire Department. For those of you who called, e-mailed and stopped by, your kind words were greatly appreciated!

Letter to the editor: Walmart fan

To the editor: I understand that many of your citizens have opposed the proposed Walmart superstore. We are served with a Walmart superstore here in Redmond. Our store provides pharmacy services that by far, beat all others in our town. My insulin costs less than $25 there WITHOUT insurance while it costs 3 times that amount at my regular pharmacy WITH insurance and more than 5 times that amount at a well- known competitor.

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Dog days of winter

Tips for keeping your dog safe during winter’s cold

TD boys break streak with win

Members of The Dalles boys’ basketball team were waiting for that spark to provide the light to snap a seven-game losing streak.

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Huskies go 1-1 in Klamath Falls tourney ment

Team ends tourney play with a win over North Lake

What's happening from Dec. 28

Nonprofit events calendar from Dec. 28, 2014.

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Sherman County Lions support district youth speech contest

The Sherman County Lions elected to support the district youth speech contest with a check of $250 after a brief discussion with visiting district governor Gerald Hopkins. “It’s nice to be able to support our youth through the contribution,” said local club member Nell Melzer.

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Dog rescued in Columbia Gorge

PORTLAND (AP) — A yellow Labrador that got spooked on a Christmas Day hike in the Columbia Gorge, snapping her leash and plunging 150 feet down a cliff, was rescued in the dark by a climber who rappelled to a narrow ledge where the dog was trapped.

A mother loses custody of her son

Stability goal for 5-year-old

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Turning things around

Teen in foster care overcomes family troubles

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Power of music in worship

Singing weaves closeness

For the record from Dec. 26

Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from Dec. 26, 2014.

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SWC has optimism on its side

Redside basketball team taking on challenge to compete with Big Sky Conference

HS weight room upgraded

MCMC spearheads renovations

Top Wasco county planner leaves

Roberts’ joins Hood River planning team

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Library gains $100k grant

New children’s wing could soon be under construction

TD’s Feil sets D-21 record at La Grande swim meet

Senior has a solid time of 1:09.87 in the 100-yard breastroke

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No. 1 honors for Linebarger

The Dalles wrestler secures Adrian Irwin championship


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