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WWII stories from the Columbia River

he Oregon Historical Society and the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center present “Oregon Transformed: World War II Stories on the Columbia River,” Thursday, Aug. 20, at 7 p.m. An optional dinner preceeds to the program at 6 p.m.

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Looking back on Aug. 1-2

Looking back, Aug. 1-2, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle.

TD woman missing in Troutlake area

TROUT LAKE, Wash. (AP) — Search and rescue teams on Friday were looking for an 87-year-old Oregon woman from The Dalles who went missing while picking huckleberries near Trout Lake in southwest Washington.

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Flying into an industrial future

New industrial park dedicated

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TD athletics get a ‘boost’

New Booster Club will raise funds for uniforms, team needs

For the record from July 31

Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from July 31, 2015.

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Joint effort urged for July 4

City pays deficit then urges new business model

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Engine reaches end of line

Longest serving pumper in U.S. has finally been taken out of service

Activist against Google deal

Bertrand says company needs to pay ‘fair share’ of taxes

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Gritty performance

TD rides Honald’s arm, Bales’ bat to outlast Glacier, Montana by an 8-7 margin

For the record from July 30

Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from July 30, 2015.

Google is a part of the community, growth should be supported

To Google or not to Google? That is the question before our local government leaders in The Dalles and Wasco County, and the question that residents are being asked to weigh-in on. Most of us go online every day.

Letter to the editor: New record system

To the editor: Next week, the five Mid-Columbia Outpatient Clinics will begin converting to a new electronic health record system. We believe this upgrade will help us work more efficiently and effectively. The new system will also give our patients access to their own health information through an online portal called My Chart.

Letter to the editor: Ghastly mistake

To the editor: You made a ghastly mistake in placing the dark black “Sex Abuser...’ headline above the picture of the honorable young man ( Fritz) who is battling Tourette’s syndrome, in your July 22 2015 issue. At first glance especially when the paper is folded, it looks like he is the perpetrator. What a thoughtless and inconsiderate layout.

Arts and entertainment calendar

Arts and entertainment calendar from July 30

Meyer Memorial Trust announces $5.6M in grants

At its July program meeting, Meyer Memorial Trust awarded 29 grants and program related investments, totaling just over $5.6 million, for organizations across Oregon and Southwest Washington.

Road paving alters 10th Street travel

The Dalles Public Works crews will continue resurfacing two sections of 10th Street next week, a project that is expected to be completed by Aug. 6.

Ombudsman training a first in gorge counties

Search is on for volunteers in the region

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Fire victims grateful for generosity

Blackwell family of Petersburg returned from dinner to find house in flames

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Golf camp preparing youths

Main goal is to instill a fundamental base in eight weeks

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