This week in Wilsonville history
March 25, 1987
West Linn High School (where Wilsonville students attended) was considering a smoking ban on school grounds. At the time students were given a "smoking lounge" in the high school building, as well as a designated area outside. Under consideration was a smoking ban not just for students but for staff and visitors as well.
ADVERTISMENT: Kaegi's Pharmacy in Wilsonville reminded customers of all they offered: photo processing, a utility pay station, copy machine, greeting cards and stationary — and of course, prescriptions.
March 26, 1997
A reported burglary at the Wilsonville Moose Lodge was revealed to be a hoax and the bartender who made the report was charged with filing a false report and faced a potential theft charge.
Construction was underway to construct a new overpass for I-5, with Wilsonville Road being widened to six lanes underneath.
March 28, 2007
Sen. Ryan Deckart, D-Beaverton sponsored a bill to streamline development of some rural parcels into industrial lands — a bill tailor-made, some Wilsonville folks thought, for the Langford Farms Golf Course and surrounding areas.
Child star Danny Bonaduce — think "The Partridge Family" — was in Wilsonville to promote his radio show and the local Anytime Fitness club.
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