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‘­My river’ a source of comfort

This four-part series looks at the Lone Pine Native American treaty fishing in-lieu site, which overlooks The Dalles Dam. The second article, presented here, shares the viewpoints of two women who have lived at Lone Pine for years.

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A fateful ride to Lone Pine

This four-part series looks at the Lone Pine Native American treaty fishing in-lieu site, which overlooks The Dalles Dam. The first article describes homeless advocate Dorothy Rodriguez’s push to help meet needs at the site.

For the Record for October 20, 2017

Police, fire, and medical reports from October 20

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Board OKs new contract with Sunshine Mill in TD

In a 5-4 vote Tuesday, the Columbia Gateway Urban Renewal Agency board voted to convert two balloon payments owed by Sunshine Mill into a single monthly payment. The restructured agreement with Sunshine, the old grain silo property that is operating as Copa Di Vino, a wine distribution company, will require payments of approximately $12,800 a month beginning next March. They will continue until August 2021.

For the Record for October 19, 2017

Police, fire, and medical reports from October 19

Local News

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‘­My river’ a source of comfort

This four-part series looks at the Lone Pine Native American treaty fishing in-lieu site, which overlooks The Dalles Dam. The second article, presented here, shares the viewpoints of two women who have lived at Lone Pine for years.

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Looking back on October 22, 2017

From the archives of The Dalles Chronicle

What's Happening from October 22

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Sports

Dufur rolls, 58-22

Hagen Pence rushed for 150 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and Derek Frakes and Cole Kortge connected twice for long scores in No. 2-ranked Dufur’s 58-22 romp over Pilot Rock Friday in Dufur.

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Hawks end losing streak in style

The Dalles rushes for 245 yards in a 53-6 rout of Benson

After a tough first game back, The Dalles quarterback Gabe Helseth showed his worth on the football field. Helseth rushed for three touchdowns, tossed another, and the Riverhawks rolled out to a 34-6 first-quarter lead in a 53-6 win over Benson Friday at Sid White Field.

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Huskies take one step closer to a playoff bid

Quick start leads way to a 48-6 win over Arlington-Condon

MORO – Having an extra week to prepare for Arlington-Condon paid huge dividends for the Sherman Huskies. Bradley Moe rushed for 107 yards and Jacob Justesen rushed for two scores and added a pair of touchdown passes, as the No. 12-ranked Sherman Huskies jumped out to a 46-0 halftime lead on their way to a 46-8 victory over Arlington-Condon Friday in a Big Sky Conference showdown on homecoming night in Moro.

Opinion

Letter to the Editor: Knowledge

To the editor: In the Oct. 10 Opinion column, “Tragedy revives gun argument,” Mark Gibson made a false statement. He wrote, “But AR stands for ‘assault rifle.’” It actually stands for Armalite, the company that produced it.

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Editorial: Fire fuels multi-prong debate

Fire fuels multi-prong debate

Guest Column: We can choose to bring positive change

We can choose to bring positive change

  • Correct: Yes 41%
  • Correct: No 59%

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