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Committee approves FC budget

The Falls City Budget Committee approved the city’s 2017-18 budget Thursday, on the same night it was presented.

PEDEE NEWS

Pedee Church escaped rain once again on Easter’s sunrise service at Womer Cemetery, even though the sun was, as usual, not in evidence through the clouds.

MI TOWN

As the damp and soggy month of April trudges on, we’re all hoping that the arrival of Miss May will bring sunshine and flowers and our long awaited — and overdue — arrival of springtime.

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Try eight unusual veggies today

David Coon is on a mission. Not exactly a Mission Impossible save-the-world mission; more of a quest.

LIBRARY CALENDAR

Library Calendar for April 26

Sports

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Dallas puts league on notice

DALLAS — The last time Dallas’ softball team squared off against Central, it was a defensive battle with the Dragons pulling out a 2-1 victory.

Falls City ready to climb to state

FALLS CITY — When junior Jeremy Labrado arrived in Eugene for the 1A state track and field championships last May, he was overwhelmed.

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For more than love of the game

INDEPENDENCE — When Central senior Chris Polanco steps onto the tennis court, he’s playing for more than himself.

Lifestyle

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Dallas puts league on notice

DALLAS — The last time Dallas’ softball team squared off against Central, it was a defensive battle with the Dragons pulling out a 2-1 victory.

Falls City ready to climb to state

FALLS CITY — When junior Jeremy Labrado arrived in Eugene for the 1A state track and field championships last May, he was overwhelmed.

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For more than love of the game

INDEPENDENCE — When Central senior Chris Polanco steps onto the tennis court, he’s playing for more than himself.

Opinion

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Dallas puts league on notice

DALLAS — The last time Dallas’ softball team squared off against Central, it was a defensive battle with the Dragons pulling out a 2-1 victory.

Falls City ready to climb to state

FALLS CITY — When junior Jeremy Labrado arrived in Eugene for the 1A state track and field championships last May, he was overwhelmed.

Tease photo

For more than love of the game

INDEPENDENCE — When Central senior Chris Polanco steps onto the tennis court, he’s playing for more than himself.