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PCT access still limited

Reopening the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) from the Mount Jefferson Wilderness through the Olallie Lake Scenic Area could be delayed until "sometime late August or early September," according to the...

 
 By Jacob Fischler    News    July 28, 2022

McKenzie timber sale moving ahead, despite Biden order

Oregon Capital Chronicle Plans for commercial logging of old-growth forests on federal lands have moved forward this year, despite an executive order signed on Earth Day by President Joe Biden,...

 

Are you Fire Wise?

Fire wise means preparing your home or business to make it as safe from catching fire as possible. As we move into fire season, being fire wise could mean the difference between saving or losing your home when a fire strikes. One thing you should...

 

Flea market a success

Organizers of the Vida Mc-Kenzie Community Center's July 14th Flea Market wish to thank everyone who visited or participated as a vendor. "There was a steady stream of customers and lots of smiling...

 

Ridin the Rapids

to put in Volume 45, Issue 1 of McKenzie River Reflections. It will be the first issue of this publication’s 45th year but the last one that will be mailed to subscribers. Why? Because at close to $700 every week to print and mail Reflections it...

 

McK Fire Report - July 28

July 18: 0:30: 41000 block, McK. Hwy. Motor Vehicle Accident. Non-Injury/Blocking. 11:08: 48000 blk, McK. Hwy. Medical, General. Patient Refusal. 22:49: 40000 blk, McK. Hwy. Lift Assist. Lift Assist Only. July 19: 9:46: McK. Hwy./Holden Creek Ln. MVA...

 

Upper McK Fire Report - July 28

July 19: 14:52: Motor Vehicle Accident – 51000 block, McK. Mwy. Single motorcycle down in the road. 20:56: Medical – McK. Hwy./Milepost 49. Male stated his friend crashed a vehicle and left him there. July 20: 15:36: Assist Police Dept. ...

 

Portland's Vaudeville mayor made his city famous

George L. Baker, the big, bluff, hail-fellow-well-met owner of Portland's Baker Theater, was flabbergasted. As he and his fellow Portland Rosarians were getting ready to march in the 1917 Rose Festiva...

 
 By Kym Pokorny    Garden    July 28, 2022

Giving butterflies a reason to stay

Fragile, beautiful, and fascinating, butterflies flutter their way into our gardens and seem to just as quickly wing their way out. It isn't because they necessarily want to leave, said Heather...

 

Direct Answers

I am in what I guess you would call an 85 percent marriage. We have a lot of small talks but a little serious conversation. I always thought there could or would be more for me. The biggest symptom...

 

TRAVEL TROUBLESHOOTER

When Curtis Rahman's Airbnb host cancels his reservation a day before his arrival, he tries to find a substitute apartment. But the new property is smaller and costs more. Is a $200 credit enough to m...

 

PROBLEM SOLVED

When JetBlue cancels Amy Ohman's flight to Boston, it agrees to pay for her Uber ride to the airport. Then the airline cancels her flight again. This time, it refuses to reimburse her. Is there a way...

 

CROSSWORD

ACROSS 1. Come clean, with "up" 5. *_____-a-Soup, launched in 1972 8. Hefty volume 12. Maui party 13. Detective's assignment 14. One that insists 15. Seed covering 16. Dull pain 17. Waltz, in France...

 

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