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AstroGraph for July 25, 2014

Follow your instincts to a prosperous future. Plan a trip or redevelop an old goal or creative endeavor. People you encounter will be glad to lend you a helping hand on your journey upward. You are at a crossroads, and must prepare for new beginnings.

Everyday Cheapskate: Whether you like it or not, you need a good credit score

In my perfect world there would be no credit scores. And while I do not believe that credit is necessarily evil, in that perfect world of mine, there would be no need for any of that because it would be, well ... perfect! Back to reality. There are myriad reasons we need to have good credit histories and excellent credit scores.

Ask Dr. K: Arsenal of remedies can help children with allergies

DEAR DOCTOR K: My 7-year-old daughter suffers from allergies every spring and fall. What can I do?

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Pot may be legal, but homeowner agreements can ban

DENVER (AP) — Pot may be legal in some states — but the neighbors don't have to like it.

OSAA makes gridiron rule changes

Player safety is placed at the forefront of targeting, high hits

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Diamond sharks circling their prey

TD’s 15U Baseball team comes out swinging, pitching in two lopsided pool play wins

What's happening from July 25

Nonprofit events calendar from July 25, 2014

UTC Aerospace aids Heart of Hospice

UTC Aerospace Systems selected the Heart of Hospice Foundation as its quarterly charity from proceeds of the Hood to River Relay Race.

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Eight photos selected in parenting education contest

Eight photos have been selected as winners of the Columbia Gorge Parenting Education Awareness photo contest.

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Harvest Home Stretch

HARVEST ON the Kaser Diamond K farm east of The Dalles finishes up on a field overlooking the Columbia River near Biggs. The combine operator on the left is A.J. Mead and on the right is Ivan Petroff.

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Dog’s double disappearance raises questions of cruel theft

The apparent abduction, return and second abduction of a Labrador retriever has left her Sevenmile Hill owners at once stymied and distressed.

For the record, July 25

Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from July 25, 2014.

Lightning caused small fires, quickly extinguished

State and federal fire authorities are spotting one to two small lightning fire starts every day since thunderstorms boomed through north central Oregon Wednesday, but they’ve been quickly extinguished.

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Langer heads to Distinguished Young Women competition in Salem

Wasco County winner aims for forensics career

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Editorial cartoons from July 24

Editorial cartoons from July 24, 2014.

‘AAA’ Hustlers prepped for Super Regional

Legion squad ready to show heart at tourney in Dallas

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15U All-Stars are on a mission

Babe Ruth baseball team ready to take on all challengers at state event in Ontario

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New lightning fires arise

Not clear how many new starts may grow into large fires.

Letter to the editor: Unanswered

To the editor: I have been a plumber in this community for over 50 years. I know we need to have good sewer and water systems and keep rates affordable for business and our citizens, particularly those on fixed incomes. In the recent Chronicle article, our city manager admitted that our water and sewer rates are “some of the highest in Oregon.” He failed to mention that these already high rates are scheduled to go even higher and higher over the next several years.

Letter to the editor: Good neighbor

To the editor: Thanks to my daughters, Dee Hill, Donna Smith and Loretta Commander this 94-year-old lady got to spend the night with my sister-in-law Donna Davis at the new Fairfield Inn.

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