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PEDEE NEWS: Arlene Kovash

Skidmore's celebrate 65th wedding anniversary.

MI TOWN: Patty Taylor Dutcher

The first home football game of the season at McArthur Stadium on the Western Oregon University campus is Sept. 20.

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ENGAGEMENTS

*Wagner-Nisley

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WEDDINGS

*O'Driscoll-Key

BIRTHS

*Thomas*Gienger*Hall

Your Garden: Tiffany Woods

To deadhead or not to deadhead?

Deadheading makes sense for repeat bloomers such as roses and highly modified annuals, such as marigolds, to keep them blooming, said Heather Stoven, a horticulturist with Oregon State University’s Extension Service. For most other plants, she said, it is a matter of appearance and personal taste.

MI Town: Patty Taylor Dutcher

We’ve bid adieu to a wonderful and busy summer in MI Town, and now it’s time to think in terms of all things autumn.

Pedee News: Arlene Kovash

Pete and LaVerne Bennett took a five-day sightseeing trip to Eastern Oregon.

BIRTHS

*Rich*Caswell*Burbank*Reynoso*Drinkard

BIRTHS

*Potloff

ANNIVERSARIES

*Gardner - 50th

PEDEE NEWS: ARLENE KOVASH

First musical event in the amphitheater, and everyone was excited about how great both the band and the acoustics were.

MI TOWN: PATTY TAYLOR DUTCHER

Labor Day weekend is just a few days from now, and is generally thought of as the end of the summer season.

YOUR GARDEN: TIFFANY WOODS

Late summer water saving tips

Homeowners can learn to save water and money, however, with help from Oregon WaterWise Gardening, a statewide program of the Oregon State University Extension Service.

MI TOWN: Patty Taylor Dutcher

Summertime is still in full bloom in MI Town, but small and subtle changes are happening with every new day.

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