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Washington bigfoot believers not discouraged

SEATTLE — When you’re a Bigfoot believer in Washington state — for some, the epicenter for the creature — you don’t get discouraged.

Feds release plan for Columbia River fish hatcheries

Feds’ plan released for Columbia River hatcheries

Looking back on Sept. 20

Looking back on Sept. 20, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle.

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Sherman is coming on strong

Husky volleyball takes huge sweep over Lady Honkers

Maupin redsides tripped up by Echo

South Wasco County could not sustain all of the positive elements that led to victory last weekend in a game Friday against Echo.

Husky football continue to dominate

Kaiden Paulette had a career night to lead the No. 8-ranked Sherman Huskies to a 74-6 drubbing of Mitchell/Spray Friday in Big Sky play in Moro.

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Dufur makes its move past Arlington

Ranger offense scores early and often in runaway 52-28 Big Sky Conference triumph

Commentary: Disruptions aggravate beetles, fires

From the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, a three-pronged threat is rapidly decimating our forests: wildfires, drought, and tree-killing beetles.

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Editorial: ‘Free’ isn’t on a platter

Oregon rolled out details of Gov. John Kitzhaber’s “free” college plan that is not quite the two years of college on a platter that some might envision.

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Extension cord: Art and agriculture in the same class

I recently attended parts of three county fairs and noticed in the art and photo competitions there were an awful lot of agricultural-based themes. Wow. Makes sense. There’s an old saying about “When agriculture begins, the other arts follow.”

What's happening from Sept. 20

Nonprofit events calendar from Sept. 20, 2014.

Dairy bull goes missing following rucus with buffalo

MERCER, Pa. (AP) — A western Pennsylvania dairy farmer says a 2-year-old bull that went missing for a month was likely pushed over a fence by a friend’s pregnant buffalo.

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Dog found in Ore. heads back to Pa.

PORTLAND — Gidget is going back to Pennsylvania. A Jack Russell terrier that somehow ended up in Oregon more than four months after she went missing from her home near Philadelphia will soon be flown back to the Keystone State.

Courthouse facelift project approved

Costs could be higher than estimated

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The Pioneering Life

History comes alive at the Barlow Road Living History Camp

TD girls soccer clutch it up

Soccer team plays solid all-around game in 3-1 road victory

Camp Morrow run scheduled

Camp Morrow run is scheduled The Camp Morrow 1k and 5k fundraiser run/walk is happening at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 20 at Pine Hollow Reservoir in Wamic. Cost is $25 with a shirt and $15 without a shirt for all participants in the 5k race. Costs are $5 for all runners in the 1k event.

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Dufur swept by 2A Culver

Thursday night featured the No. 1 team in the 1A ranks Dufur battling it out versus No. 2 2A Culver in an inter-league showdown at Culver High School.

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Tough net battle at Kurtz

The Dalles volleyball competes hard, but loses in three to No. 17-ranked Hermiston

TOPS members gain awards, elect officers

“Garden of TOPS Friends” was the theme used for the annual awards and installation of officers of TOPS OR0443 in The Dalles.


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