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(Hillsboro, OR)  --  A special gathering is scheduled for tomorrow to say goodbye to a popular statue.  The "Hillsboro Tribune" reports the event tomorrow in Shute Park will run from 10 a.m. to noon.  A memorial plaque will be installed, and residents' stories about the Chief Kno-Tah statue will be recorded.  The hollow wooden structure has stood in the Hillsboro Park for three decades.  But in February, a falling tree knocked it off its base.  The incident revealed that the statue is rotting on the inside and is infested with carpenter ants.  It will be removed because of safety concerns.

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