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Dufur netters score sweep over Sherman

The trio of Tianna Ellis, Chloe Beeson and Kirsten Sorensen reeled off a combined eight kills, three aces and three digs and the No. 1-ranked Dufur volleyball team secured a three-game sweep over Sherman Tuesday in Big Sky Conference play at Dufur High School.

Riverhawks take Hermiston to 4

Volleyball squad battles to the last point in four-game loss

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No. 9 TD shows fight in Hermiston match

Team gets a goal, plus top chances in 4-1 home setback

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The Dalles girls use wind-aided goal, stellar defense to hold off Hermiston, 1-0

In the game of soccer, any edge a team can gain through the course of the match proves beneficial in some regards.

What's happening from Oct, 1

Nonprofit events calendar from Oct. 1, 2014.

Garcia performs from hit album ‘Gratitude’

The Dalles Farmers Market joined forces with OutSideIn Music this season to bring free, live, local music to each and every Saturday’s market.

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Foundation opens grant funding for local nonprofits

Are you a local non-profit organization searching for a grant opportunity? The Gorge Community Foundation is accepting grant applications from nonprofit agencies serving the Columbia River Gorge area.

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Snapdragon focuses on massage as a bridge to a healthier life

Massage techniques can help reduce stress, improve healing

For the record, from Oct. 1

Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from Oct. 1, 2014.

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Mount St. Helens dome-building eruption recalled

LONGVIEW, Wash. — Ten years ago, Mount St. Helens awoke from an 18-year geological slumber.

State tosses two election complaints

Runyon questions political motive

Online game leads to bullying

Woman asked for money by game player

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Celebrating five generations

Wilda Melton gathers her family for 90th birthday party

Women settle abuse suit

Civil case decided out of court

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Editorial cartoons from Sept. 30

Editorial cartoons from Sept. 30, 2014

Crosstalk: Is it an issue of labels or ideologies?

Is it an issue of labels or ideologies? Left or right?

Letter to the editor: Hope in activism

To the editor: In response to the many who watched the PBS series "The Roosevelts," I wanted to discuss why FDR ended up rallying around progressive causes such as the minimum wage, union rights, Social Security and progressive taxation.

Letter to the editor: Wildlife support

To the editor: I would like to give a BIG thank you to Jean at the Rowena Wildlife Clinic. I found an injured animal outside my house and had nowhere to take it. I couldn’t just leave it on the street. I have a sick pet in my house and no money to pay for veterinary care for any other animals. When I called Jean she just said “yes, I will help you.”

Letter to the editor: Vote Richardson

To the editor: As you study the issues and ponder the candidates running for office in this November election, I invite you to seriously consider casting your vote for State Representative Dennis Richardson as our next governor of Oregon. A Vietnam veteran and graduate of the J. Reuben Clark School of Law at Brigham Young University, Dennis Richardson settled in southern Oregon.

No. 2 Dufur starts off league with a sweep

The No. 2-ranked Dufur Rangers hit the court for the start of league Friday, and used a combined 13 kills, 11 aces and seven digs from senior standouts Taylor Darden and Montana Ferres in a three-game sweep on the road over Mitchell/Spray.


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