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For the Record, May 3, 2016

Fire, police, lottery reports

Romero: Term limits vital

Paul J. Romero, Jr., of Prineville is a Constitutional Conservative who has never before held a public office, but believes it is time to send incumbent U.S. Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., into retirement.

Walden: Reform plan ready

U.S. Rep. Greg, R-Ore., thinks the “anti-establishment” political climate in the 2016 election cycle is generated by frustration about governance under the Obama Administration.

Haul away house trash this Saturday

The annual Community Clean Up will take place Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Dalles residents can dispose of yard debris and other unwanted items by taking them to the collection site at the county yard located on the corner of West 10th and Walnut streets. Usable items will also be collected at the Reuse Fair, where residents can take what they need.

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The Dalles Clean Air Coalition focuses on emissions

Nearly 30 people gathered for the rally demanding clean air in town. A public hearing to discuss the Mutual Agreement Order, signed by Amerities West on April 8 to implement odor-reducing strategies, will take place Tuesday, May 17, at 6 p.m. at Columbia Gorge Community College.

Reward for ram killing

Rewards totaling $2,000 are now being offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the death of a third bighorn sheep ram in early April east of Rufus.

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Memaloose Hills a favorite hike

The Memaloose Hills have become one of Janet’s and my favorite places to enjoy nature’s wonderful wildflower shows. The hiking trails are user friendly, never too crowded and the variety of flowers almost endless. And to add another plumb to the pudding the forest service has mapped out a 6.5 miles loop hike that starts at Memaloose rest stop on the east bound lane of I-84; just three miles east of Mosier, Oregon.

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Riding for a cause

“Please stand for the flag,” calls Saundra Buchanan of the Wasco County Sheriff’s Mounted Posse, to people sitting along sidewalks at local parades. She admits to frustration when people don’t pay respects to the visible symbol of all the freedoms they enjoy.

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Looking Back on May 1

Looking Back on May 1, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle

Stine seeks senate seat

Young challenger for Wyden in Senate race

Two preschools unite in Moro

In the final educational merger in Sherman County, two non-profit pre-schools, one in Moro, one in Wasco, have agreed to combine into one entity starting in the fall.

For the Record, April 29, 2016

Fire, police, lottery reports

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Women leading more and more churches

A little over five years ago when Deb Allen became the first woman pastor at the United Church of Christ, which has been in The Dalles for more than 150 years, she didn’t think it was a big deal. Allen had already blazed the same trail at UCC churches in Wisconsin and Washington.

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Sentinel is ‘movie captain’

Gavin McIlvenna is on a mission to sell 63 tickets in 27 days to bring a documentary about the role of the “Old Guard” to Oregon as part of a National Salute to the 100th anniversary of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.

College hikes fees and tuition

Students attending Columbia Gorge Community College this fall will see a tuition increase of $6 per credit hour and a new $25 admission fee for registering students as the institution seeks to fill a budget gap of $748,000 for the upcoming year. A number of current fees were also increased.

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