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Glenwood fights Indian land petition

Petition to include town in reservation has long history

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‘Women are veterans, too’

Margie Anderson served with pride, now wants to help others

Commentary: Help support a successful community college in gorge

The citizens of Hood River and Wasco counties have invested time and money over decades in building up Columbia Gorge Community College so that is now recognized as one of the most successful small community colleges in the state and nation.

For the record from May 7

Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from May 7, 2015.

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Palmer heads to exclusive training

Accepted to eight of the 11 elite college theater programs he auditioned for, The Dalles High School senior Jordan Palmer has settled on the prestigious Boston Conservatory. His freshman class will be the first to enter a new program at the conservatory called contemporary theater.

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MCMC leases two sites downtown TD

Vacant buildings will be put to use

Jumpstart youth track meet set for June 2

The District 21 Elementary School Physical Education team wants to keep kids active during the summer months, so the timing of the 10th annual Jumpstart Track and Field Extravaganza is perfect in many ways.

Krueger, Telles grab TDCC Kickoff title

Nothing was going to stop Tom Krueger and Dan Telles

For the record, May 6

Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from May 6, 2015.

Regulation changes pass muster

Sign ordinance will be updated

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Beachwood Eatery sets up shop in TD

Food cart caters to downtown

Mother's Day at the Discovery Center

Columbia Gorge Discovery Center is offering free admission during their annual Mother’s Day Celebration, Sunday, May 10, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

What's Happening from May 6

Nonprofit events calendar from May 6, 2015.

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Then and now

SHAKER VILLAGE buildings are dwarfed by The Dalles Bridge over the Columbia River Tuesday evening. Photographed from Bret Clodfelter Road.

House acts on police cameras

SALEM — With national attention focused on the use of force by police, the Oregon House overwhelmingly approved two bills Tuesday seeking clarity on the use of cameras worn by police officers or held by citizens.