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In fashion at the courthouse

Marge Harding, who began her career as a home economics teacher at The Dalles High School and now resides in Oregon City, will present a program titled “Did They Really Wear That to the Courthouse?” at the Original Courthouse Annual Meeting Saturday, May 30, at 1:30 p.m. at the original courthouse, 410 West 2nd Place.

Piano Auction with "All That Jazz" Thurday, May 28

The “All That Jazz” auction of four pianos artistically repurposed by The Dalles High School students and local artists is set for Thursday, May 28, starting at 6:45 p.m. at Sunshine Mill and Winery.

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Middle School choir concert June 2

The Dalles sixth, seventh and eighth grade bands will give performance June 4

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God, Country and Corps

Marine pays tribute to his warrior-father

Writing workshops planned

Call (541) 296-3355 to register soon!

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‘Sisters’ match wins photo contest

Pair enjoys crafts, baking, and more

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‘Color Dash’ is Saturday

Rainbow hues highlight weekend fun

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Prisoners at Spooky’s

Mama Jane’s Pancake House lead cook Minvera Cornejo, left, and owner Kristy Long participated in the Muscular Dystrophy Association Lock-Up Friday. Local business owners and community leaders were “locked up” at Spooky’s Pizza and called family, friends and co-workers to make donations towards their “bail.” In its first year in The Dalles, the fundraiser collected $10,000.

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Preschooler in a battle for life

Friends plan prom as fundraiser

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‘Women are veterans, too’

Margie Anderson served with pride, now wants to help others

What's Happening from May 6

Nonprofit events calendar from May 6, 2015.

What's happening from April 26

What's happening from April 26, 2015.

Arts and entertainment calendar from April 23

Arts and entertainment calendar from April 23

VSO clarifies claims change

Jones said new form will make process more efficient

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Military memorabilia sought for display

Mini-museum set up in Second Street storefront