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For the Record: October 06, 2015

For the Record: October 06, 2015

What's Happening for Oct. 6

Public, nonprofit activities

Climbing High at the library

A YOUNG boy heads up a climbing wall in the upper parking lot of The Dalles Wasco County Libary during a celebration of the end of the community summer reading program of “Peak” by author Roland Smith on Saturday, Oct. 3. Cotton candy, prizes and a bounce house drew a good crowd to the event.

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Highway 30 centennial celebration planned in 2016

The 73 mile long road is a National Historic Landmark

TD Habitat founder Jim Torgerson dies

Memorial service will be held Wednesday, Oct. 7

Walk, ride, don’t drive car to work

Motorists challenged to use alternative methods to travel

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Refreshing ride to work

Dave Karlson bikes 22 miles once a week

Obama to visit Roseburg

President’s plan for Friday draws mixed reviews

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Homecoming Royalty crowned Friday night

Homecoming Royalty crowned Friday night

St. Peter’s Octoberfest explores German culture

Festival raises funds for parish

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Quietly cleaning

Lit by the warm colors of sunshine spilling through a stained glass window, Jill Leash, pictured, and her husband Doug Leash spent time during visiting hours at Saint Peters Landmark Thursday afternoon cleaning up in preparation for a wedding this weekend.

What's Happening for Oct. 2

Public, nonprofit activities

CGCC librarian receives excellence award

Library Director John Schoppert at Columbia Gorge Community College (CGCC), has been awarded a state library award for leading open source resource development at the college.

D21 energy needs outlined

Audit finds outdated systems

Civic Auditorium supports Veterans

Donations needed for Stand-Down on Nov. 7



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