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TDMS seventh graders finish season undefeated

Football team uses 135-27 scoring edge for 6-0 record

When visualizing the direction of The Dalles Middle School football program, coach Paul Beasley has greater long-term goals in line for his athletes, which span further than just wins and losses. This seventh-grade group of 27 finished with an undefeated 6-0 record and outscored their opponents by a 135-27 margin, posting shutouts in three games against Armand Larive (Hermiston), Sandstone (Hermiston) and Hood River, by a combined, 82-0.

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Athletics East trio picks up nationals invite

Alvarez, Lantz and Dorado net top-30s at regional event

Facing off against a group of 37 competitive runners in the 15-to-18-year old classification, The Dalles trio of Sam Alvarez, Michael Lantz and Dillon Dorado qualified to participate in the USATF National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships after standout regional performances this past Saturday at Woodland Zoo Park in Seattle, Wash.

For the Record for November 22, 2017

Police, fire, and medical reports for November 22

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Health center scores $13.2M loan

John Huffman, in his new role as state director of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development, announced Monday that the agency was investing $13.2 million to improve access to health care services for Gorge communities. The loan will be used by One Community Health, a nonprofit provider, to replace its Hood River dental and medical complex, 1220 Indian Creek Road.

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Two emaciated horses rescued

Two emaciated horses were surrendered to an equine rescue by their Rowena area owners Nov. 5 after a citizen reported the horses were starving. Two other horses and five cows from the property were taken in by a local rancher.

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Appealing to the senses

A gift shop near the eastern edge of The Dalles’ downtown business district might be a little bit off the beaten track, but for local shoppers it would be well worth it to search the store out.

Guest Column: New era of TD communication

Guest column by Summit Storm

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Dufur heads to 1A championship game

Faced with adversity, the Rangers hold strong for a 58-28 victory

HILLSBORO – Early last Tuesday morning on his way to school, Dufur junior Abraham Kilby hit some black ice on the road, skidded to an embankment and flipped three times into a ditch. Medically cleared by doctors, and after getting the final affirmation from head coach Jack Henderson on game day, Kilby dressed down for Saturday’s 1A state semifinal football game against Falls City, and posted five tackles with two sacks, one of those coming on a fourth down play late in the third quarter that kept his team ahead 38-22, in what was a 58-28 victory at Liberty High School in Hillsboro.

For the Record for November 21, 2017

Police, fire, and medical reports from November 21

Crosstalk: It’s all a matter of perspective

It’s all a matter of perspective

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Community Thanksgiving at St. Mary’s

Free holiday meal open to anyone

Prep work began Monday for the annual community Thanksgiving meal, which takes place from noon to 3 p.m. Thursday at St. Mary’s Academy in The Dalles. The free meal is open to anyone.

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Bigfoot debate: Spirit or science?

‘Sasquatch & Spirituality’ presented at Discovery Center

Last Friday night the Discovery Center hosted a lecture by Mel Skahan, called “Sasquatch & Spirituality.” Mel is a forester for the Yakama Nation, and he’s worked outdoors in that postion for over 20 years.

Bonham voted into OR house

Daniel Bonham, owner of Maupin’s Stoves & Spa in The Dalles, was appointed Monday by Wasco, Jefferson, Deschutes and Wheeler County commissioners to fill the Republican vacancy in the House District 59 seat.

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SWC wraps up banner season with awards

Noland and Myers each grab spots on the Big Sky’s first team

The South Wasco County volleyball team won 25 matches, claimed two tournaments, lost only one match from Sept. 9 until the state tournament, won a district championship and scored a sixth-place trophy at the 1A state tourney in Redmond.

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Looking Back on November 29, 2017

From the archives of The Dalles Chronicle

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­­­A Holiday for Heroes

Eighty-five boxes are on their way to troops in Afghanistan and elsewhere in the Middle East thanks to the generosity of area residents, reported Chris Mumford, co-chair of the Holiday for Heroes Committee, on Friday afternoon.

Guest Column: Do you know what and where the local drug drop box is?

Do you know what and where the local drug drop box is?

Letter to the Editor: MCMC staff awesome

To the editor: I would love to acknowledge the ICU staff at MCMC, especially Kenny; you were awesome, respectful, and treated my brother Lee with such dignity.

Letter to the Editor: Good, bad and ugly

To the editor: Veterans Day: The good, the bad and the ugly.

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70 years of hymns

Phyllis Ronfeld marks 7 decades as Zion Lutheran organist

When she was 14 years old, ­­ Phyllis Ronfeld started playing the organ for Zion Lutheran Church. That was in 1946, just after the end of World War II. Plenty of things have changed since then, but not Ronfeld, who is still playing the organ 70 years later. Zion is celebrating the remarkable milestone this Sunday, Nov. 19.

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