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From the May 5, 2000 edition of McKenzie River Reflections

Seymour's ChateauBy Margaret Estenson

Grocery to become “Walterville Market”

Walterville MarketFrom September 26, 2013 edition of McKenzie River Reflections

BLUE RIVER: There are some new faces and familiar people in new roles at the McKenzie River Medical Clinic in Blue River. Long-time medical office assistant Amy Otoupalik retired recently, and Debbie Lemonds, also an MOA, left because her husband transferred to a job in the Florence area.

Back on board at the Stage Stop

McKenzie Stage StopCEDAR FLAT: “In the restaurant business, you either love it or hate it,” according to Patsy Wilson. “I’m lucky, I love it.”

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