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PENDLETON — Dorys Grover left a trail of poetry and prose, philanthropic deeds and feisty letters to the editor.

The Pendleton woman, who died March 13 at the age of 101, was as a brainy, upbeat horsewoman who loved wordsmithing. Her home, and later her apartment at Sunridge Retirement Community, overflowed with books, including her own collection of poems and her nonfiction “The Cattle Barons of Oregon.”

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