Extremely cheap cranberry land, food prepared to complement wine and the latest on the pool

Happy Friday! As we head into the weekend, take a look at just a few of the things you might have missed in this week's edition of the Review:

— The Oregon National Guard has a program that helps local governments and agencies with cyber security.

— The Domaine Serene Wine Lounge will prepare its food to complement the wine, rather than the other way around.

— The saga continues: an open house regarding Lake Oswego's new pool will be held in November.

— In the late 1800s, entrepreneurs purchased land for cranberry farming in southwest Washington for as little as $1 an acre.

— The Lake Oswego High School boys soccer team recently lost three straight 1-0 games.

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