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Oregon’s Cape Lookout is ideal for whale watching

TILLAMOOK — One of the fun parts in having children is discovering the ways they reflect you, not just in eye color or the shape of their nose, but in the ways they interact with the world. My daughter, Lucy, is a tiny ball of lunatic energy. At just a few months, she was rolling around our living room. At 5 months, she’s crawling all over the house, seeking out brave new corners of our dwelling like a miniature Starship Enterprise.

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Tired of the lack of snow? Try Utah!

About 183 million years ago most of the Four Corners area was a vast desert covered with sand dunes that were up to 2,500 feet high. Through the ages, the loose sand became sedimentary sandstone carved by both wind and water. And the water carried minerals which gave the sandstone a wide variety of colors. This is the Colorado Plateau which has the greatest number of National Parks in the nation. The plateau basically starts at Bryce Canyon, Utah, and then stair steps down to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River.

Roubaix race coming to TD

Nearly 400 racers of all levels are expected to attend

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No. 10 Rangers are off to an undefeated start

Baseball team is using all elements for 4-0 record

Fond farewell for McKay

Coach announces retirement as The Dalles swim team coach after nine seasons

Luck can change a man’s life

A card game, a moment of clarity could be turning point to ‘15

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Looking strong for state

Riverside gymnastics team is headed to Eugene this weekend

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Riverhawks finish 1-2-1 at Spring Break Tourney

TD loses to W. Anchorage, Gresham on Tuesday

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Even in defeat, TD has belief factor

Riverhawks poised to bounce back from current four-game losing streak

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Riverside gymnasts show love on Valentine’s Day

A total of 14 athletes pick up first place at MAC Open

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On top of their game

No. 4-ranked The Dalles softball stays unbeaten in last four after 1-0-1 tourney start

No. 14 TD grabs a 17-6 blowout victory

In two games to start the season, The Dalles offense has come out swinging with a sense of authority. Wednesday was an absolute power display.

The Dalles evens record with a 5-3 win over Madras

Munoz, Coy and Singhurst take singles victories

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