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SALEM – Three Oregon loggers representing southwest, northwest and eastern Oregon have been chosen as 2019 Operators of the Year. The Oregon Board of Forestry will honor the recipients at its March 4 meeting in Salem. The awardees are:
On Nov. 26 at 4:45 p.m., Oregon State Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the report of a two-vehicle crash, which resulted in a single fatality, on 22 W at Perrydale Rd, Polk County.
DALLAS — Jump Start and Ready for Kindergarten, two kindergarten transition programs in Dallas School District, has helped 45 students and 25 families get ready for the first year of school.
INDEPENDENCE — Eric Dale Hedrick, 47, of Independence, was arrested on Feb. 13 for first-degree theft, six counts of second-degree theft, 10 counts of aggravated identity theft, five counts of identity theft, first-degree forgery, and 64 counts of second-degree forgery.
The Siletz Tribal Charitable Fund gave the weekly Falls City Produce Giveaway a $1,400 grant for fuel to transport the produce from Marion-Polk Food Share in Salem to Mountain Gospel Church in Falls City.
Western Oregon University Behavioral Sciences Division is hosting a seminar about the myths and realities of one particular aspect of the sex abuse issue (convicted offenders) and consider how it pertains to the larger realm of sex abuse (offenders not reported or convicted).
Local Civil War re-enactor Mark Stevens, from Company B of the 71st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry will discuss the history of The Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War with personal stories about some of these Civil War heroes.
- Oregon’s timber Operators of the Year Named
- CONNECT WELCOMES ALL
- Police logs and arrest report for Jan. 15
- Game’s on at Mezcal
- Elks agreement depends on city sale
- Dallas to begin economic study
- Signs of the times
- Lessons learned from the Great ShakeOut
- WOU runner qualifies for Olympic trials
- Harden to appeal