News for Wednesday, November 2, 2005

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Korean food comes to Dallas

DALLAS -- Dallas has a new restaurant opening up this week. Less than two months after longtime landmark "The Place" closed down for good, Sean Chang, owner of the Thrifty Market, has revamped and reopened the old building at 608 Main St. as a teriyaki/sushi house.

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Building a bridge with language

MONMOUTH -- "Thank you for ... " Jorge Antonio Loera says, narrating out loud as he writes his letter. He pauses, then looks up at his tutors.

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Meth forum draws lots of testimony

MONMOUTH -- Oregon lawmakers said they have set the curve for the nation's fight against methamphetamine by strengthening penalties and making it more difficult for production of the drug by putting ingrediants like espsueophedrine available on the prescription-only list.

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Rotarian rides the rails

Rotarian Randy Schuler was the guest speaker at Monday's Noon Rotary Club meeting. Schuler spoke about his hobby of riding along railroad tracks, some abandoned and some not. He also gave a slideshow of some of his trips.

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Nuestra Casa receives health education grant

Nuestra Casa, a Spanish-language outreach program in Sunnyside, received a $9,000 grant to aid its programs for 2006. The grant was one of nine, totalling $200,000, announced Tuesday by the Yakima Valley Community Foundation

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Obituaries

Death notices for Elsie DeWilde, Sallie Hilkey, Yoshiko Krieger, Glenn Carpenter and Geraldine Weaver

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Police

Report for Skamania County Sheriff and Washington State Patrol

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Births

Announcement for Hylton and Altig babies

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Measure 14-23 passes

he ballot title will now become part of the city charter; officials will try to figure out how

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Out of the dark

The New Yasui Building was caught in a dispute that would have left $60,000 of restaurant equipment without electricity and many employees without jobs. A city intervention turned on the lights.

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a PROJECT man

In nearly three decades, Jim Hammermeister built hundreds of pieces of furniture; few of them ever went home with him

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Congress considers budget extension

Rep. Greg Walden argues for a seven year extension for the ‘Payment to Counties Law,’ which annually contributes roughly $2.8 million to Hood River County’s $28 million budget

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Patricia Schmuck honored

Dr. Pat Evenson-Brady, standing, laughs with Patricia Schmuck Wednesday after presenting Schmuck with a plaque recognizing her four years on the Hood River County School District Board of Directors.

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Florida On Film

Hood River photographer Frank Menard broadens his horizons in low-lying southern locations

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Sobering

DUIIs heighten the inherent hazard of traveling by automobile

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