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Fatal crash investigated

Results could take a month

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What to do about Ray?

Sea lion defends waterfront territory

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Nearly 100 converge for Wasco County Fair run

Kelly, Wring lead way in 3k race on Saturday in Tygh Valley

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White Caps hoist tournament gold

TD’s 10U soccer team posts a perfect 4-0 record at the Nike Mt. Hood Challenge

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Coming together for a good cause

Redside football is raising funds for new equipment

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Wildcats ready to roar in 2015

Coming off a runner-up title finish, TDMS eighth graders poised to take a step forward

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Fatality closes Interstate 84 Friday

A pedestrian died Friday afternoon when she attempted to cross eastbound lanes of I-84 in The Dalles just east of the Union Street underpass.

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In the throes of prep mode

The Dalles, Sherman, SWC and Dufur get ready for fall seasons with practices next week

Nine miles of streets to be chip sealed

Street work will be starting the week of August 17 as The Dalles and Wasco County public works crews chip seal about nine miles of streets within the Urban Growth Boundary.

Warm Springs home burned

Rail Hollow fire contained UPDATE: Highway 26 has again been closed in the Warm Springs area, as of Thursday afternoon.

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Work, learn — and have fun

YCC crew spends summer working in the Mount Hood National Forest

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Taking on all race challengers

Creever, Keilman lead way in 5k event at Dufur Valley

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Building one block at a time

Summer swimming program using 2015 as a springboard for a successful future

Surgery is only cure for infection

Three cases were diagnosed in 2015 by MCMC doctors

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Fighting a rare disease

Young mom contracts a ‘flesh eating’ tissue illness

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Rodeo assets to be sold

Officials look for new property

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Putting heart in the final finish

The Dalles Swim team has eight top-10 finishes at Bend Open Invitational Meet

Crosstalk: The bigger picture of ‘green’ activism

Crosstalk: The bigger picture of ‘green’ activism

Commentary: Time to stop catastrophic wildfires, create jobs

Around Oregon and throughout the West, another fire season is well underway. Overstocked, diseased, and bug-infested forests are at risk of the massive and catastrophic wildfire that clog our air with smoke and threaten our streams. All this while our mills are starving for a reliable supply of timber and people need jobs.

Letter to the editor: Babe Ruth thanks

To the editor: I would like to thank all the Babe Ruth volunteers who so graciously helped in hosting the 13-15 Pacific Northwest Regional Tournament. I have often been told by our National organization that Babe Ruth volunteers are the best in the nation. Given the 105 degree plus temperatures during the tournament these people proved the point and went way beyond the call of duty to get the job done.

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