2018: Sheriff's Office begins serving Estacada
1969 — The R.J. Reinhart Music Store would soon open on Broadway Street. "The new firm will feature Lowry and Farfisa Organs; Gibson, Harmony and Lyle Guitars and a line of musical accessories. They will also offer service on musical instruments, lessons and sheet music."
1979 — Esther Kiggins wrote a letter to the editor praising her granddaughter's kindergarten teacher. After the first day of school, her granddaughter, Emily, "had little to share about the new friends she'd met. Her focus was on her teacher. She began to search for a gift she could take to the one she had fallen in love with."
1989 — Items in the newspaper's classified section included a retired electrician seeking work, English saddles available for purchase and a Schwinn bicycle that had been found on Howlett Road.
1999 — Estacada High School students journeyed around town as part of their annual homecoming parade. There was also a football game against Sherwood High School. Members of the homecoming court included Queen Jenny Lowe, King Chris Hoopes, Prince Josh Gardner, Princess Cassie Abney, Princess Danielle Decleene, Prince Chris Lewis, Prince Jeremiah Platt, Princess Brooke Crosby, Princess Tasha Adamson, Prince Zach Gaylor, Princess Sophia Santulli, Prince Luke Lawrence, Prince Will Warkentin, Princess Dinah Misley, Prince Elly Valentine, Prince Sean Gregg, Princess Becky Orth and Prince Steve Scott.
2009 — Sunrise Java owner Lucie Almar, Curves owner Susan Wagner, Estacada News Marketing Consultant Lesa Lessard, Estacada News Copy Editor Nolene Triska, Estacada City Manager Assistant Melanie Wagner, The Country Restaurant Owner Linda Parsons, Jackie Thomson of AccuShred, Estacada Chamber of Commerce Administrator Connie Redmond, Cary Schilperoort of Les Schwab, Olga Smith Dongvillo of Greater Health Clinic, Harvest Market Cashier Kristi Dingle and Sharon Lamb of Estacada Rock Products were all featured in The News' annual Women in Business section.
2018 — The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office began providing law enforcement services in Estacada after the city's contract with the Sandy Police Department ended. A deputy was stationed in Estacada 40 hours a week, and an additional part-time deputy and school resource officer would come on board during the upcoming year. There was also a deputy stationed in neighboring unincorporated Clackamas County.
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