A faux burgler, a partridge, a copy machine and some cigarettes

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.

To find out more about Wilsonville's history go to ci.wilsonville. or visit the Heritage section in the

Wilsonville Library.

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