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SKU: Vol. 36, Issue 34
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Current issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 36, Issue 34, Thursday, April 17, 2014

Inside: ‘Abracadabra!’ Judge says Teller’s trick is protected * Travels with Mackenzie - Donald departs and stories continue * McKenzie Eagles Sports Report * County ready for Tavern cleanup * FAMILY HISTORY FROM LETTERS & CARDS * Let's Go Pickin' * PPC honors Rick Crinklaw of Lane Electric * Beavercreek Bomber: Give me a million or the lights go out * Plant a Healing Garden * Starnes launches “Listening Tour” *
 
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SKU: Vol. 36, Issue 33
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Current issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 36, Issue 33, Thursday, April 10, 2014

Inside: Ridin' the Rapids * Mean, not green * McKenzie Eagles Sports Report * TRACK TALK * Crews ready to drain Cougar * Pair escape injury when log bunk spears their pickup * BUTTONS WITH FOOD & FRUIT DESIGNS * SHELFNOTES FROM LEABURG LIBRARY * Grind Your Own Grain * Iconic Hollywood movies
filmed in Oregon, Part Three * Your Garden’s Soil pH Matters * Red White Black – International Award Winner *
 
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SKU: Vol. 36, Issue 32
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Current issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 36, Issue 32, Thursday, April 3, 2014

Inside: Dinner could return * Keep calm & carry on * McKenzie Eagles Sports Report * TRACK TALK * Arsonist ignites campground toilets * Growing Mint: From Harvesting to Using * BUTTONS! BUTTONS! FASCINATING BUTTONS? * Farm-to-(Homemade) Table * Iconic Hollywood movies filmed in Oregon, Part Two * Steelhead study shows they can adapt * McKenzie Memories event returning for a third year * Start, Run and Grow Business program * Transfer sites switching to summer schedule *
 
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SKU: Vol. 36, Issue 31
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Current issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 36, Issue 31, Thursday, March 27, 2014

Inside: Don’t forget Strategic Plan * Issues to benefit students * Thanks for participating * Best yet plant session * Ridin' the Rapids * Teachers picket McKenzie * SIGNS OF SPRING * Iconic Hollywood movies filmed in Oregon * Community Calendar * Gardening Tips * April Birthdays *
 
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SKU: Vol. 36, Issue 30
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Back issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 36, Issue 30, Thursday, March 20, 2014

Inside: Guest Opinion * McKenzie Sports Report * Take a close look * Super sturgeon to go on display * WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH * Mobile dental clinic coming to Blue River * 3 Easy-to-Build Outdoor Benches * Letchworth named Ford Fellow * Brutal “Oregon Boot” made state penitentiary famous *
 
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SKU: Vol. 36, Issue 29
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Back issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 36, Issue 28, Thursday, March 13, 2014

Inside: When and why we need to hear 911 calls * McKenzie Sports Report * ENJOYING THE PASTELS OF SPRING * Canines clobber Chamber kiosk * The Eggs-Traordinary Stantons * Midnight murder of logger in Klamath Falls still a mystery * Prevent Tomato Blight With These Resistant Varieties *
 
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SKU: Vol. 36, Issue 28
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Current issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 36, Issue 28, Thursday, March 6, 2014

Inside: 2-bit Chili Cook-off a big success * McKenzie Sports Report * TRACK TALK * County celebrates 150th * EASY MEAT LOAF MEALS * SHELFNOTES FROM LEABURG LIBRARY * Build a Yurt * Hank Vaughan in middle age: The outlaw as elder statesman * Shady Veggies *
 
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SKU: Vol. 36, Issue 27
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Back issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 36, Issue 27, Thursday, February 27, 2014

Inside: Civility: Let’s try that free-speech option in 2014 in public life
* McKenzie Sports Report * TRACK TALK * EWEB opts to rename park * MEMORIES OF FEED & FLOUR SACK FABRICS * Home Petite Home * Legendary rustler Hank Vaughan’s escapades: Part 2 * McKenzie Community Calendar * Direct Answers by Wayne & Tamara * Vermicomposting 101: How to Start a Worm Bin System * March Birthdays *
 
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SKU: Vol. 36, Issue 26
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BACK issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 36, Issue 26, Thursday, February 20, 2014

Inside: Worst fire season in 60 years * McKenzie Sports Report * TRACK TALK * Medieval campsite to set up at Leaburg Summer Festival * ADD ZIP TO YOUR
COOKING WITH CITRUS * How does River Reflections interact with you? * Long Live Cast Iron * Skiers avoid “Lake Hoodoo” * Legendary Oregon hell-raising rustler Hank Vaughan: The early years * All About Growing Fruit Trees *
 
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SKU: Vol. 36, Issue 25
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Back issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 36, Issue 25, Thursday, February 13, 2014

Inside: Legislative Report * McKenzie Sports Report * Council clashes over riparian rules * A TRAILS END RECIPE & QUILTING HERITAGE * All About Fats *
Opium culture a long-forgotten part of Oregon’s urban underworld * Best Vegetable Seed Companies *
 
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McKenzie River Reflections is the weekly newspaper serving Oregon's McKenzie River Valley. Available by mail for $23/yr in Lane County, $29/yr outside Lane. Digital subscriptions are $23/yr. Subscribe at: http://mckenzieriverreflectionsnewspaper.com/catalog/subscriptions-0. Purchase copies online at: http://mckenzieriverreflectionsnewspaper.com/catalog/back-issues-0. Read about area communities including Cedar Flat, Walterville, Camp Creek, Leaburg, Vida, Nimrod, Finn Rock, Blue River, Rainbow and McKenzie Bridge.