Stories for September 2005

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Wednesday, September 28

                        

Wednesday, September 21

                       

Pow wow dance winner has lots on the ball

GRAND RONDE -- Dallas High School sophomore Leah Brisbois has been dancing her entire life. As she got older she learned the traditional Native American fancy dance and began competing in Pow Wow competitions throughout the Northwest.

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Wednesday, September 14

     

Wings of History

INDEPENDENCE -- The late summer sun had turned the air to gold. As a westerly wind shifted the orange wind sock on its pole, Brian Dalton and his wife, Carol, pulled the immaculate 1928 Travel Air 4000 biplane from its hanger at the Independence Airport.

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The mighty beast

Buffalo rancher raises the legendary animals with reverence- and lots of know-how

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KAJC fills county's air with Christian message

MONMOUTH/INDEPENDENCE -- Michael Mattson sits amid the low hum emanating from satellite receivers, computer monitors, CD players and other electronic equipment in a small room, quietly tucked away in the corner of the Calvary Chapel building.

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Wednesday, September 7

            

Hunter: Schools doing well

INDEPENDENCE -- "You who are so wise must know that different nations have a different conception of things," were words used by Central School Superintendent Joseph Hunter recently.

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Fire danger is at its peak now

POLK COUNTY -- Oregon's Coast Range has traditionally been less likely to experience a major wildfire than the arid portions of the state east of the Cascades.

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