Stories for June 2005

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Wednesday, June 29

      

Tuesday, June 28

 

The Music Man

Well-traveled performer, instructor and store owner is back in Dallas

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Wednesday, June 22

 

LaCreole honors many students

DALLAS -- Special awards were given to LaCreole Middle School students on June 15 during at the 2005 Eighth Grade Recognition held at the school.

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Web sites keep track of claims; 595 to date

SALEM -- In an effort to keep Oregonians informed on Measure 37 claims being evaluated by the Department of Land Conservation and Development, the department has created two special web pages.

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WHAT A RIDE

The Fasts have loved every kid and every moment along the way

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Wednesday, June 15

 

Walgreens not yet a done deal

MONMOUTH -- The Monmouth City Council will wait until its July 3 meeting to make a final decision on a zone change that would allow construction of a Walgreens in town.

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DHS staff writes success story

DALLAS -- The 17-member Dallas High School journalism staff earned a truckload of awards in the Northwest Scholastic Press-sponsored Publications Olympics. Carla Day is the DHS staff instructor.

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Thursday, June 9

   

Wednesday, June 8

  

Local historian receives honors

MONMOUTH -- Though he's always had a passion for history, Scott McArthur says it's the long-forgotten events that occurred locally that really capture his imagination.

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At last, goody maker enjoys sweet success

FALLS CITY -- Yvonne Greene stands over her island counter, wrestling with light, buttery pie dough. Her rolling pin expertly flips and flattens the soon-to-be crust into a roundish shape.

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Out of his tree? Maybe, but Willamina man has fun

WILLAMINA -- Tim Tharp can, and will, turn just about anything into a yard ornament. His most noticeable (and most photographed) design is a 1950s Studebaker that has been parked precariously atop a white oak tree off Highway 18 since the spring of 2001.

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Thursday, June 2



Wednesday, June 1

                   

Police are serious: Buckle up or pay

POLK COUNTY -- In a span of about four hours one day last week, Polk County Sheriff's Deputy Kelly Fredinburg had already cited 16 drivers along busy Wallace Road in West Salem.

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