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Parkrose Elmer's gets royal treatment
Fritz sings to Portland Plan gathering
Parkrose Class of '52: friends forever
Forest of tree regulations confusing
Annual award goes to firefighter, police officer
Growing supper at Fir Ridge Community Learning Center
Sheriff's deputies killed in line of duty honored
Perlman's Potpourri…
Deal done for FBI headquarters at Cascade Station
Clinic marks 10 years in business with new office, strong client base
Walker replaces Reese at East Precinct

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The Mid-county Memo strives to be accurate and thorough in its coverage and corrects significant errors of fact. If you find an error, please call 503-287-8904 or e-mail department editor Darlene Vinson at

A sentence in last month's article, “Celebrating 50 years of homegrown education” about the David Douglas School District needs to be clarified.

In it, we stated, “... but those who banded together in 1959 to demand a school district of their own and built a high school out in the farmland outskirts of Portland share its namesake's pioneering spirit.”

David Douglas High School opened its doors to an inaugural freshman and sophomore student body for the 1953-54 school year. The David Douglas School District formed in 1959, consolidating area elementary schools and the new high school into one officially recognized Oregon school district.
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