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Rep. Mark Johnson
July 29, 2015

Oregon Promise makes college possible for those who are willing…

by Rep. Mark Johnson
At 6:05p.m. July 7, the 2015 Oregon Legislative Session came to an end. The final days and hours of a session were filled with the consideration of a huge amount of policy and budget bills that…
ARCHIVE PHOTO - The caption to this 1975 photo read: BOMBS AWAY-DUCK OR NO SUPPER- Sgt. Drew Mason, Estacada, throws a practive grenade in the field at Camp Rilea, Warrenton, where his unit, Oregon Citys Co A [-], 1st Batallion, 162nd Infantry, Oregon Army National Guard, is currently undergoing its two weeks of annual field training. Sgt. Mason will return to Estacada June 28.
June 25, 2015

Yesterday's Headlines

by Estacada News
1995: Officials, Luedtke separately approach county charter 1965 Three fishermen from Estacada were rescued after their boat capsized near the Nehalem bar. Bud Wallain, Adrian Franklin and John…
June 23, 2015

So long, Estacada

by Isabel Gautschi
Dear Estacada, After two years covering everything from education to film, forest to fire, fish passage to fish sculpture, cycling to rafting, man hunts to huckleberry hunting, this is my last…
ARCHIVE PHOTO - Meet the Estacada Garden Club officers of 1965: (from left) Mrs. Lewis Pauli, treasurer; Mrs. Roy Rhoades, secretary; Mrs. George Ruhl, second vice president; Mrs. Ed. Richards, first vice president; Mrs. Art Youngberg, president; and presiding at the gavel is District Director Mrs. Guy Keller.
June 22, 2015

Yesterday's Headline

by Estacada News
1995: Water project controversy gets messier 1965 Robin Duncan Cody graduated from Yale with a Bachelor of Arts degree. 1975 Sen. Mark Hatfield was planning an informal visit to Estacada. He was…
June 16, 2015

Letters to the editor

by Pamplin Media Group
Foundation appreciates Army mom’s donation Melody Baker of Estacada surprised the attendees at this year’s Memorial Day ceremony May 25, by supplying two beautiful U.S. flag sheet cakes…
ARCHIVE PHOTO - The caption to this 1965 photo read: 'Seventh graders ffrom Estacada Grade School walked across PGE's 207-foot-high North FOrk Dam during (a) recent tour of utilitys facilities. While at hte powerhouse, he students studied an exhibit explaining the water cycle and how water is used to generate electricity at dams. (The) group also visited River Mill Dam. PGE conducts plant tours as part of its educational program. Last year 5,973 students visited company facilities.'
June 15, 2015

Yesterday's Headlines

by Estacada News
1995: Former bartenders launch taxi company 1965 Loggers in the Pinhead Butte area came across parts of a plane that had disintegrated mid-flight due to excessive speed. Lakes Ranger District…

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