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Megan Ryan, the 28 year old female who was reported missing on September 13th, was located this morning by private contractors off Road 19 near Cougar Reservoir.  The contractors were working on a spur road off Road 19, also known as Aufderheide Drive. 

Megan RyanBLUE RIVER: On Saturday, September 13th, at approximately 9 p.m., Lane County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to US Forest Service Road 19 at Cougar Dam regarding a missing person.

According to their report, Megan Ryan went to Cougar Dam with friends when she went missing.  Ryan is described as a white female, 5’07”, 140 lbs., brown hair and hazel eyes.

Hey everyone,  It was a great week for McKenzie Volleyball last week. The Eagles took  down league opponents Mohawk and Siletz and then won a couple of  exciting non-league matches on Saturday vs. Triad and Monroe. They look  to continue their strong start to the season by hosting Alsea on Tuesday  and traveling to T-Lake for a showdown against a top league opponent.

The football team got off to a strong start Friday night before  faltering in the second half. They look to right the ship this week when  they travel to Mapleton.

 

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AeroplaneBy Finn J.D. John
On June 8, 1912, the streets and parapets of downtown Portland were thronged with about 50,000 people, craning their necks at the roof of the Multnomah Hotel. Atop the roof of the 10-story building, arranged at the end of a tiny 150-foot-long strip of overlapping 20-foot planks, stood one of the spindly box-kite-like contraptions that were still the state of the art in aircraft design.
They were there to watch something that had never been done before, anywhere, and it was about to happen right before their eyes

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Walterville Market, 39317 McKenzie Hwy., Walterville Shopping Center

541-726-6355/541-746-1875

Featured Items - Ad Prices Effective September 10 - 16, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Industrial Fire Precaution Level also increases

Due to increased fire danger levels, the Willamette National Forest will initiate the following public use restrictions, effective Thursday, September 11:
Building, maintaining, attending or using a fire, or campfire, including a charcoal fire, except in campfire rings at posted, developed and designated recreation areas (see list below) and in Wilderness areas. Portable cooking stoves using liquefied or bottled fuel are still permissible in dispersed areas.

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