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Cheapskate: The art of the effective complaint

The art of the effective complaint

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Horoscope October 1, 2015


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Bridge: Count the shape for play

Bridge: Count the shape for play

What's Happening for Sept. 29

Public, nonprofit activities

Oregon pot dispensaries gear up for sales

PORTLAND — Oregon’s medical marijuana dispensaries are getting ready for a watershed moment this week: when recreational pot users will also be able to buy weed at their pot shops.

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Big Brothers’ match spans eight years

Organization currently needs 18 volunteers to mentor 11 boys and seven girls

Planning for Google funds

D21 seeks input on distribution

Crosstalk: What is the value of exploring history?

What is the value of exploring history?

Letter to the Editor: Greater than the sum

Greater than the sum

Letter to the Editor: Lessons learned

Lessons learned

Letter to the Editor: We need Hillary

We need Hillary

Letter to the Editor: Council act unethical

Council act unethical

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'Blood Moon' seen as sign of end times by some Mormons

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A rare confluence of a lunar eclipse and a supermoon set to happen this weekend has prompted such widespread fear of an impending apocalypse that the Mormon Church was compelled to issue a statement cautioning the faithful to not get caught up in speculation about a major calamity.

No. 14 Lady Rangers win over Arlington, lose to Ione

Dufur now sits at second place in Conference

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Hawks fly high at Bridgette Nelson Invitational

Nelson, Morin lead way for boys’ and girls’ varsity sweep

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An outpouring of love and support

13th Pig Bowl honors Lila May Schow, Tana Slawson

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Falcons soak Riverhawks, 41-6

La Salle racks up 400 yards to dominate The Dalles

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Looking back on Sept. 27

Looking back on Sept. 27, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle.

Letter to the editor: Appalling action

To the editor: On September 14 four members of The Dalles City Council dismissed City Manager Nolan Young with no public discussion or explanation. The action was effective immediately. In the nearly two weeks since then no one, to my knowledge, has explained their action. This is appalling.

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Editorial: Press serves ‘watchdog’ role

Seated among the audience at local government meetings, particularly those with controversial subject matter, is often a reporter from The Dalles Chronicle.

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