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The Dalles soccer impresses coach at Century Jamboree

Girl’s squad shows some talents versus 6A soccer programs

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Cycle Oregon

On Saturday, Sept. 6, about 2,200 bicyclists will be at Sorosis Park setting the stage for the “Magnificent Seven,” an epic journey through the cinematic scenery of Wasco and Jefferson counties.

What's happening from Aug. 29

Nonprofit events calendar from Aug. 29, 2014.

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Rangers strive to capture that magical feeling

Dufur has its top assets back in the fold for 2014 season

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New coach, new name, new attitude

With Fanene at the helm, The Dalles Riverhawk volleyballers primed to take flight

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Lawnmower racers gather in Wamic

The final two-day lawn mower racing competitions of the season will take place Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 30 and 31, in at the Pub and Grub Sportsman’s Park in Wamic.

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A huge chip on their shoulders

The Dalles football team has right attitude in place for a solid fall campaign

Weekly recreation reports, Aug. 27

Weekend fishing opportunities and links to full Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife recreation reports for the Willamette, Central, Columbia, Northeast and Southeast zones.

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Walking their hearts out

Local team secures fourth place at The World’s Largest Walk Relay in Portland

What's happening from Aug. 26

Nonprofit events calendar from Aug. 26, 2014.

Hunters warned of high fire danger

SALEM, Ore.—Fire danger is at critical levels across the state of Oregon. Earlier this month fire weather forecasters witnessed an anomaly that literally raised a red flag. Practically the entire state had been painted red on meteorological charts indicating a Red Flag Warning from Florence to Ontario, Astoria to Brookings and nearly everywhere in-between.

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Veterans hope to spur on Hawks

The Dalles girl’s soccer has seven seniors playing pivotal roles on offense, defense

Parasite-driven disease hits Klamath salmon hard, found to lesser degree In Columbia basin

Some spring Chinook salmon adults returning to the Willamette and Deschutes river basins have been found to be infected by Ceratomyxa shasta (c. shasta), a parasite-driven disease that is contracted by the fish while in the river and that can kill adults before they spawn.

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Fall Chinook salmon counts at Bonneville bounce up and down; ocean, Buoy 10 fishing hot

Fall Chinook returns are slowly beginning to grow, tribal fish sales are open.

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