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A lucky pup, squid dissection and another chapter in the LOHS/WLHS football rivalry

Happy Friday! As we head into the weekend, take a look at just a few of the things you might have missed in this week's edition of the Review:

— The Lake Oswego School District's new director of communications, Mary Kay Larson, previously worked in public relations for companies like Hewlett-Packard, Network Associates, Chevron and World Learning Centers.

— An injured dog was rescued on Stafford Road after being hit by a car.

—The curriculum for Outdoor School includes ... dissecting a squid?

— A local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently dedicated its first historic marker at the Robert Bird Pioneer Cemetery.

— Amid the chaotic final seconds of the Lake Oswego-West Linn football game last Friday, LOHS running back Casey Filkins called the game-winning play.

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