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Graduation Gains

State’s annual report mistakingly lists Central’s four-year rates as significantly lower

Dallas, Perrydale and Central made big gains in their on-time graduation rates for the 2014-15 school year, though Central’s may not read that way on the state report.

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Falls City residents work to bring Manos back

Child star Jackey Raye Neyman Jones works to tell the story of her character, Debbie, and family 50 years later

OK B-movie fans, want to find out what happened to Debbie, the little girl from “Manos: The Hands of Fate?”

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Retirement: Begin planning early

Couple gets creative to earn enough money for life after work following mid-career shift

In late 2008, Mark and Jamie Fangman were “downsized.”

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Unsettled terms

Western Oregon officials, teachers agree on all but salary in negotiations

The associate professors at Western Oregon University have been working without a contract since the beginning of the year, said Mark Perlman, president of the WOU Federation of Teachers union.

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DALLAS BOWLING: Accident can’t keep Cutler from bowling

DALLAS — For Morrison senior Stephanie Cutler, making state is more than a triumph in athletics. It’s a return to a sport few, if any, thought she’d ever get to play again and a refusal to let a life-threatening situation keep her down.

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CENTRAL SWIMMING: Panthers’ quiet leader

Hasbrook becomes one of Central’s strongest girls

INDEPENDENCE — Central sophomore swimmer AnneMarie Hasbrook isn’t one to shout at teammates, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t one of the Panthers leaders.

News

    Dallas art studio opens exhibit Friday

    Tom Kunke Art Studio and Gallery in Dallas is opening a new exhibit Friday featuring award-winning artist Nancy Eng.

    IRS warns of scam

    Aggressive and threatening phone calls by criminals impersonating IRS agents remain a major threat to taxpayers, headlining the annual “Dirty Dozen” list of tax scams for the 2016 filing season, the Internal Revenue Service announced.

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    Unsettled terms

    Western Oregon officials, teachers agree on all but salary in negotiations

    The associate professors at Western Oregon University have been working without a contract since the beginning of the year, said Mark Perlman, president of the WOU Federation of Teachers union.

    Free aviation workshop Feb. 20-21

    The International Experimental Aircraft Association (Salem Chapter) will offer a free workshop on sport aviation and aerospace on Feb. 20 and 21.

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