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For the record June 24

Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from June 24, 2016.

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Sasquatch event set for Saturday

Sasquatch event set for Saturday

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Sugg gets a cheer day to remember

TD graduate to perform at Saturday’s Les Schwab Bowl

Ever since she received notice in April, The Dalles High School cheerleader Taylor Sugg has been brimming with excitement for an opportunity to represent Riverhawk Nation on a big stage. Sugg, a 2016 graduate, gets her chance to shine at 5 p.m. this Saturday at Hillsboro Stadium for the 69th annual Les Schwab Bowl for the South team.

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Sharing the gridiron for one final thrill

Christiansen, Stutzman and Smith take all-star victory

Last November Wyatt Stutzman walked off the field in tears as his Sherman Huskies suffered a 24-22 playoff defeat to Powers. He felt, at that moment, he would never play football again. Saturday, Stutzman, a recent Sherman graduate, had one final chance to strap on his No. 33 uniform to represent a community he gave his blood, sweat and tears for.

TD clinic renamed

U.S. Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., announced Thursday that his bill to rename The Dalles veterans’ clinic after Sgt. First Class Loren R. Kaufman, a native of The Dalles and one of Oregon’s 14 Medal of Honor recipients, has been signed into law by the president.

City tables vet funding request

The Dalles City Council has tabled a request to provide $90,000 for an office manager position at the Wasco County Veterans Service Office for each of the next five fiscal years. On June 13, city officials told Andretta Schellinger, facilitator for Home Fires Burning, a local group that supports female vets and military families, that they wanted time to study the issue. She made the pitch for funding on behalf of her organization and the Mid-Columbia Veterans Memorial Committee.

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HAL boosts outreach

Bringing in a new manager was just the beginning of changes at the Home At Last Humane Society animal shelter in The Dalles.

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Historic Brexit vote rocks Britain

An expat views historic results from U.S. home

Letter to the editor: Oil pre-refinery

To the editor: Due to the oil train disaster in Mosier, there has been much uproar among the public, but no one has provided any solutions. Their view is to shut down the rail oil tank car traffic in the Columbia Gorge corridor, without seeking alternatives. I am offering a solution that can resolve safety concerns.

Letter to the editor: Favor pipeline

To the editor: Oh, this ol’ river of ours could tell us a lot. This grand old lady of the Gorge, this wise old matriarch.

Crosstalk: Are superdelegates good for Dems?

Are superdelegates good for Dems?

For the Record

For the Record Thursday June 23, 2016

Letter to the Editor: Vendors call for change

On behalf of the Gorge Grown Food Network board of directors I want to thank everyone who has supported the changes to the Hood River Farmers Market. Saying goodbye to the Hood River Middle School location was a difficult decision, but due to space and timing challenges with school in session, vendors called for a change.

Action urged on school plan

Like more formal polling done earlier, a handful of surveys taken at last Saturday’s school facilities symposium found almost equal support for a variety of new building options. The school district paid for a survey of 300 likely voters that found top support for a new high school, with a middle college a close second.

City starts housing study

With a $30,000 technical assistance grant in hand, the city of The Dalles is launching a thorough review of housing needs, including a survey of lands available for potential residential development.

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New twist to classic fairy tale

The plot of Missoula Theater’s Princess and the Pea strays far from the original fairy tale, with Jack Frost wreaking havoc in the kingdoms of Storm Glacierdom and Riverdom and real-live Dust Bunnies crawling out from under a Princess’s bed to perform a ballet.

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10U Cherry Crush serves up Father’s Day treat

Softball team goes 5-0 to take Classic in West Linn

The 10U Cherry City Crush Softball team entered the 2016 campaign with one goal in mind – winning state. If this past weekend’s dominant 5-0 performance at the Father’s Day Classic in West Linn is any indication, this group of seven third-year players and five newcomers is ready for the challenge.

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Wilson looks forward to all-star opportunity

Recent TD grad to play in 69th Les Schwab Bowl

The Dalles High School graduate Devin Wilson is counting down the days before he gets one final chance to hit the football field in Saturday’s 69th annual Les Schwab Bowl at Hillsboro Stadium. He will be the first football player since Ray Niko in 2011 to earn such an honor, so he plans to make full use of this opportunity, not just to continue to play at an elite level, but to also serve as an example to all of the football players from across the gorge.

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Wilson looks forward to all-star opportunity

Recent TD grad to play in 69th Les Schwab Bowl

The Dalles High School graduate Devin Wilson is counting down the days before he gets one final chance to hit the football field in Saturday’s 69th annual Les Schwab Bowl at Hillsboro Stadium. He will be the first football player since Ray Niko in 2011 to earn such an honor, so he plans to make full use of this opportunity, not just to continue to play at an elite level, but to also serve as an example to all of the football players from across the gorge.

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One final journey for TD’s 12U All Star hardballers

Agidius and company look to put stamp on 2016

For many on The Dalles 12U All Star roster, this is their last chance to get to the state playoffs. It will not be an easy task by any stretch, but they believe in each other and their coach, Deric Anthony.

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