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Four miles of McKenzie Trail closed

MCKENZIE BRIDGE: The 544-acre lightning-caused Knoll Fire, located seven miles northeast of McKenzie Bridge was reported as 60% contained this week. Officials say the fire is staying within...

 

Crossword - August 26

ACROSS 1. The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical 5. Hallucinogenic drug 8. Some special effects, acr. 11. Chip in Vegas 12. Cordelia's father in Shakespeare play 13. One in squirrel's stash 15....

 

Getting ready for Fall return of Salmon

Work is nearly complete in the first phase of restoration work at the McKenzie River Trust's Finn Rock Reach. The area includes dozens of acres where gravels and large wood sections were added to...

 

Study calls for greater agricultural buffers

Greater buffer zones around bodies of water and more consistent enforcement of water protection regulations are needed to reduce agriculture-based pollution in the Western U.S., a recent review from...

 

Goodbye, Barry

hat today we must share with you the loss of our beloved father, and your beloved small town cartoonist, Barry McWilliams. Barry passed away a few days ago from a sudden heart attack at his home in Pipestone, Montana. One might say his decades of rel...

 

Barry McWilliams

Barry Wayne McWilliams pass-ed away on August 14, 2021, at his home outside Whitehall, Montana. He was 79 years old. Barry was born on February 17, 1942, in North Hollywood, California, to Leigh and...

 

More than ever, we need to live up to their legacy

ad an opportunity to chat with several fellow Veterans, Service Members, Military family members, and Gold Star families. It is beyond the obvious in saying that the past few days have been extraordinarily difficult for those with a personal...

 

OSP Reports - August 26

Aug. 17: 16:21: Fish & Wildlife, Angling - Arrived along the banks of the McKenzie River below Leaburg dam after receiving information of possible angling violations. During foot patrol located a wild Chinook salmon that had been illegally...

 

McKenzie Fire Report - August 26

Aug. 15: 3:06: 38000 block, Natures Garden. Medical, General. Patient Assessed, 1 Transported. 18:45: 38000 blk, E. Cedar Flat Rd. Unauthorized burning. Extinguished. 9:34: 44000 blk, Leaburg Dam Rd. Medical, General. Patient Assessed, 1 Transported....

 

Upper McKenzie Fire Report - August 26

Aug. 17: 21:38: Medical – McK. Hwy./Milepost 48. Female, Conscious, Breathing. 21:50: Medical - Horse Creek Rd./E. King Rd. Involved collapsed, is dizzy and nauseous, not injured. Aug. 18: 22:45: Medical – 50000 block, McK. Hwy. Female,...

 

Well-timed generosity turned the tables in Prineville baseball game

Things looked grim for the Prineville Nine that summer day in 1910. The little high-desert town's baseball team was getting its clock cleaned by the Silver Lake ball club. The score was nine-zip, and...

 
 By Kym Pokorny    Garden    August 26, 2021

Start planning for cover crops

No one wants to think of harvest's end as the vegetable garden reaches peak, but now's the time to plan for cover crops to be planted in fall. Cover crops, also called green manure, include grains...

 

Boy Friend or Boyfriend?

I have a distant cousin who is a year older. We used to play together as children. Five or six years back, I visited her family during the holidays. I was happy to see her. We talked for a while,...

 

PROBLEM SOLVED

My husband and I have tickets to see a Ron White show in Minneapolis. We bought the tickets through Ticketmaster. The event has been rescheduled twice because of COVID-19. When we bought the tickets...

 

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