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Articles from the April 29, 2021 edition

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Over $450,000 granted to county

"This is going to be directly infused into the community on the fire department's behalf," said Upper McKenzie Fire Chief Rainbow Plews. She was commenting after accepting a $150,000 check to help...

 

ODOT & Danger Trees

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBCyshF2-qg...

 

Butter Braids and Bingo Run to help fund "Come Back" campaign

The Vida McKenzie Community Center is putting its fundraising efforts in high gear by inviting locals and “not so locals” to support the VMCC’s efforts to rebuild after the Holiday Farm Fire. From now until May 1st, people can order Butter...

 

Late Spring runoff causing concerns for fish migrations

With juvenile chinook and sockeye salmon, as well as juvenile steelhead, beginning their migration from the Northwest tributaries and hatcheries, but with very low water in the river due to a late spring runoff, salmon managers have asked for augment...

 

Local Stars

in Blue River was a huge success and the Blue River Bottle Boys would like to thank all those who joined the brigade to help our cause. In conjunction with the OBRC (Bottle Drop, ) we collected Blue Bags to deposit during Earth Week in order to...

 

MCKENZIE ATHLETES BACK IN ACTION

It has been far too long! The Virus and the Holiday Farm Fire 2020 coupled to box up and shelve McKenzie student/athletes and their opportunities to compete since last Spring (2020). Restrictions...

 

Sheriff's Report - April 29, 2021

April 19: 3:17 p.m: Traffic Complaint - 40000 block, Mohawk River Rd. April 20: 10:10 a.m: Suspicious Conditions - 8900 blk, Thurston Rd. 11:18 a.m: Traffic Complaint - 40500 blk, McK. Hwy. 11:28 a.m: Suspicious Conditions – McK. View Milepost 2....

 

State Police Report - April 29, 2021

April 25: 09:33: Lost Property – Hwy. 125E, Milepost 22. Received a call from an individual, who lives up the McKenzie near Leaburg. She was calling to report that she had left her small utility trailer on the side of the highway after it was...

 

McKenzie Fire & Rescue Report - April 29, 2021

April 19: 0:27: 45000 block, Goodpasture Rd. Medical, Trauma. Patient Assessed, 1 Transported. April 20: 13:25: 88000 blk, Keola Ln. Medical, General. Patient Assessed, 1 Transported. 16:21: 42000 blk, Leaburg Dr. Bark dust fire. Fire extinguished....

 

Upper McKenzie Fire District Report - April 29, 2021

April 19: 13:27: Brush Fire - McK. Hwy./McK River Dr. Slash pile has re-ignited. April 21: 09:19: Medical – 54000 block, McK. Hwy. Female, Conscious, Breathing. April 22: 15:45: Medical - Huckleberry Ln./Quartz Creek Rd. Female fell in the woods &...

 

Pioneering "lady lawyer" deserved a better legacy

It was around 1878 that newly-single Mary Leonard moved to Portland and set herself up as the proprietress of a boardinghouse in the North End waterfront district - the seediest, roughest neighborhood...

 
 By Kym Pokorny    Garden    April 29, 2021

Tips and tricks to save water during a hot summer

As the heat ratchets up so does water use, costing homeowners money and doing no favors for the environment. Homeowners can learn to save water and money, however, with help from Oregon WaterWise...

 

Guy Lewis

Guy E. Lewis, a resident of Yreka and a retired U.S. Forest Service firefighter, died suddenly April 14. He was 70. Born in Philadelphia ,PA, Lewis attended public schools in that city. He graduated f...

 

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