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Sherman to combine K-12 schools in Moro

District has hired architects to help design new campus

Rapoza, Discover put off payments

Mayor grills entrepreneurs on financial issues

Confluence nets a $500,000 grant

New funding will be used to build an elevated walkway

CGCC closure announcement ‘big mistake’

Officials grapple with $1.6M budget shortfall

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Permit sales build community

Community, not profit, makes tree permits a valuable commodity

CGCC holds Welding

Columbia Gorge Community College will hold an open house for its welding lab Dec. 16, 4 to 7 p.m. at the Fort Dalles Readiness Center Annex at The Dalles Campus, 400 East Scenic Drive.

College to offer basic electricity class

Columbia Gorge Community College is offering Basic Electricity for Maintenance Technicians beginning Jan. 5, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Fort Dalles Readiness Center Renewable Energy Technology classroom and labs.

Head-on crash injures officer

A man drove on the wrong side of the street for several blocks before hitting a The Dalles police car nearly head-on at Sixth and Webber in an early morning crash last Saturday, Dec. 6.

Garbage rates are going up

City approves 2.06 percent increase

DA resigns as county counsel

Nisley said decision was not tied to election

What's happening from Dec. 9

Nonprofit events calendar from Dec. 9, 2014.

Christmas at the library

The Dalles Wasco County public library will host a children’s puppet show and holiday movie Saturday, Nov. 29. Puppets begin at noon, with movie to follow. The puppet show is “Jingle Bell Rock” by Martin’s puppet theater, a new show for the holidays featuring Frosty the snowman and holiday music including Sleigh Ride, selections from the Nutcracker Suite and Jingle Bell Rock. There will be a magic show by Father Christmas, variety acts by Rudolph the Reindeer and the ever popular Punch and Judy. The show is family friendly, recommended for ages 3 and up. For more information on the show and movie, call the library at 541-296-2815.

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Tagger sought

PURPLE PAINT with the letters “TRN” was sprayed last weekend on the interpretive sign at Rowena Crest and a nearby stone wall. A Facebook conversation was initiated about the possible identity of the tagger, believed to be a local teen, and that information was turned over to the Wasco County Sheriff’s Office.

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Local M92 recount brings no change

Backers file suit to get 4,600 Portland votes counted

Wasco County OKs fire plan

Summer opening is planned

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