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Help in a time of trouble

When Amanda Fedunok started police academy last February as a recruit for The Dalles Police Department, she had an ambitious goal: she wanted to earn the top academic honor in her class of 40.

Letter to the editor: Kudos on fun time

To the editor: Kudos to Ms. Leslie Sullivan and The Dalles Middle School for presenting the outstanding musical play, Annie, Jr.

Southeast counties face drought

Declaration likely for 2 counties

Hood River youth coach arrested

HOOD RIVER — Hood River County sheriff deputies arrested Gerardo Morales, 24, of Parkdale March 11 and have charged him with multiple sex offenses involving a minor.

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Comfort and Care

Firefighter reflects on 40 years of service

For the record from March 13

Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from March 13, 2015.

Fifth UO student contracts contagious blood infection

EUGENE (AP) — A fifth student has developed the same contagious bacterial infection that killed one student and sickened three others this year, the University of Oregon said Thursday night.

DA bristles over painting

Public health worker threatened with charges

City fields funding requests

Representatives from three community organizations — Fort Dalles Fourth, YouthThink and Youth Empowerment Shelter — requested funding Monday, March 9, from The Dalles City Council.

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Firing up for the Fourth

Committee seeking fireworks funding

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Trio of middle school wrestlers score trip to state

Scott claims regional crown; Preston 2nd, Cloud gets third

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Hearts of Gold receives award

Hearts of Gold Caregivers, of Hood River, has received the best of home care Leader in Excellence Award from Home Care Pulse, the leading firm in quality assurance for private duty home care.

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Hearthwarmers has new owner

Chris Mumford, owner of Hearthwarmers Firewood in The Dalles, has sold his operation to Andew Mason, owner of Andrew Mason Tree Service, LLC of Lebanon.

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Bazinga Bots headed to regionals

The Bazinga Bots of The Dalles High School are one of 72 robotics teams from 12 states headed to the Western Regional Tournament March 27-29 in Oakland, Calif.

Bid to end daylight savings time

SALEM — The twice-a-year ritual of resetting clocks would come to an end under two bills introduced in the Oregon Senate. A Senate committee held a brief discussion of the issue Tuesday, but it did not vote on the bills.


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