Featuring a look back at the history of the McKenzie River area. Stories in this issue include: The Seavey Ferry * Our move to Oregon * “BRIDGE” FIRE DEPT. BEGINS BUSY YEAR * ZELAYA MURDER TRIAL OPENS * COMPANY 927 CAMP BELKNAP - F-23 McKENZIE BRIDGE, OREGON * INDIAN PUPPIES * RECREATION STATUS PROPOSED FOR McKENZIE RIVER * LEABURG COUPLE $5,000 HAPPIER * TEACHERS SUE McKENZIE BOARD * TALL BOXES STILL AFOUL DELIVERY * Gigantic McKenzie Rhodie Moves To Eugene *
Featuring a look back at the history of the McKenzie River area. Stories in this issue include: Early builders took the McKenzie drift boat to the world, GAME COMMISSION EMPLOYEE RETIRES, and HISTORY OF THE WILLAMETTE NATIONAL FOREST.
Featuring a look back at the history of the McKenzie River area. Stories in this issue include: Flood-Damaged Lane County Covered Bridges, AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF COY V. LANSBERY, DEADMOND FERRY SCHOOLHOUSE AS AN INTERNATIONAL CHURCH CENTER, Nude Man Faces Kidnap Charges - County Crew Reports Harassment, 1847 SETTLERS, Leaburg P.O. Closes - Contract Terminated with Gardner’s, John Craig: A PIONEER MAIL CARRIER, Three Escape Unhurt from Waterfalls - Falls Claims A Pet Dog, Sahalie Falls Nearly Grabs A Boat, McKenzie School District Accepts Factfinder’s Report - Teachers Union Can Reject Proposed Three Year Pact, Toll free Calling - Approved For Area EAS Service to Link Communities, Police Find Hendricks Bridge Jumper - Man Wanted In High Speed Chase Swam Away In Icy River, UO To Develop Strategic plan University’s Community Workshop Hired By Chamber, “Bridge” Lowers Fire Premiums Updated Emergency Equipment Will Result In Savings, and Powerline Crews Seeking Beaver Relief.
Featuring a look back at the history of the McKenzie River area. Stories in this issue include: FIRST ASCENT OF THE NORTH SISTER?, Roadside flags part of national study, Blue town reminiscences, Police pull pot plantation, THE GREAT WINDSTORM OF APRIL, 1931, McKenzie bars bearded firefighters, Step four in a dream - A true public library, The Condra Tree, Airport approach to be extended, Bridge work underway... other options studied, LIFE IN A BOOTH-KELLY LOGGING CAMP, Assailant sough in Hot Springs harassment, The Millicans: Robert and George, Weyerhaeuser subdivision faces Forest Plan, Stripes may come back, but not downtown, FOLEY SPRINGS, and Helfrich-Staight make it two in a row.
Featuring a look back at the history of the McKenzie River area. Stories in this issue include: River Rats, Whirlpools and Trippers, It sometimes rains in August, Man arrested on Medicine Chest charges, Fish Racks and the Early Hatcheries, Aufderheide Drive - A living memorial, A history of fly tying, Phil’s, “Yes they did have it!,” McKenzie River Crossings, Tempers sizzle at Planning Commission.