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RAINBOW: The Christmas lights and wreath will not be placed on the Belknap Bridge this year due to additional electrical/construction requirements.  
With Belknap Bridge remodel construction scheduled for the summer of 2015, future opportunities for lighting the bridge may be possible.

Bridge reconstruction mapRAINBOW: Local drivers will need to change their normal routes next year due to restoration work scheduled for the Belknap Covered Bridåçge. Theå Lane County Board of Commissioners was scheduled to approve a work schedule this week calling for preservation work to occur from April through September of 2015.
According to Lane County Public Works, the proposed closure is in the public interest so that the bridge rehabilitation work can be done safely and more efficiently.

 

 

Golfers at TokateeRAINBOW: The second annual Tokatee Scramble, a golf tournament benefiting the McKenzie River Medical Clinic, will take place on Sunday, August 25th, a week before Labor Day weekend.

Our move to Oregon: (1935)

By Maureen Trullinger, nee Barrows

Wild animal pen at RainbowLeft, my mother’s sister visiting from Alhambra, Bert Zabel; middle, my dad, and right, my mother.

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