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Big teams, big scores and hanging banners

Riverside bolsters numbers, starts fall with 1, 2, 3 finish

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Riverhawks break down Pendleton

The Dalles soccer team scores six goals in second half as part of 6-2 route

What's happening from Oct. 8

Nonprofit events calendar from Oct. 8, 2014.

St. Peters Annual Octoberfest Oct. 12

The second annual Harvest Octoberfest at St. Peter’s Catholic Church is set for this Sunday, Oct. 12, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The menu features authentic Germany food, including brats, kraut, goulash, red cabbage and German chocolate cake. A meal costs $15 for adults and $5 for children.

Sherman keeps rolling

The duo of Brett and Blake Evans combined for 19 carries and 260 yards and five touchdowns, as the No. 3-ranked Sherman Huskies scored 32 points in the opening quarter for a 68-18 victory Friday in a Big Sky Conference battle at Ione High School.

Redsides drop Mitchell in four

Mere hours after going through Homecoming dance events, the South Wasco County Redsides hit the road for a Big Sky Conference match on the road in Mitchell and worked a four-game win over the Loggers Saturday in volleyball play.

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Morin nets 5th place to lead TD

Junior picks up the pace for time of 21 minutes at Oxford

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Staying in top form

No. 1 Dufur rattles off home sweeps of Condon-Wheeler, St. Paul

What's happening from Oct. 7

Nonprofit events calendar from Oct. 7, 2104.

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Montana park has cultural, recreational riches

THREE FORKS, Mont. (AP) — Bill Goold vividly recalls his first trip to Madison Buffalo Jump State Park. He drove the gravel road south of Logan to the park’s entrance and hiked to the top of the limestone bluff that rises over the Madison River valley.

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SWC shows some heart versus Lyle

Redsides put up 380 yards of offense in 58-36 loss

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Rangers sink Pirates

No. 6 Dufur racks up 368 yards in opening half on way to 46-8 blowout win

What's happening from Oct. 5

Nonprofit events calendar from Oct. 5, 2014.

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Health Foundation receives $4,250

Fort Dalles Rodeo raises funds with ‘Tough Enough’ campaign

Salmon returns at Bonneville break modern-day records

BONNEVILLE DAM —Northwest salmon fishery managers have plenty to celebrate this fall: The region’s salmon runs shattered modern-day records this year, returning to the Columbia River Basin in the highest numbers since fish counting began at Bonneville Dam more than 75 years ago.


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