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SKU: Vol. 28, Issue 9
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Back issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 28, Issue 9, Thursday, October 27, 2005

Inside: Hope for Haley * Thanks for nothing * Fewer teachers but more coaches * Odds N Ends * Think Safety * Simply Gardening
 
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SKU: Vol. 37, Issue 4
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Current issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 37, Issue 4, Thursday, September 18, 2014

Inside: Rancher in the running * McKenzie Eagles Sports Report * Ridin' the Rapids * Commissioners vote on Camp Yale * FROST ON THE PUMPKINS * A “Bumper Crop” at the Walterville Fair * North American Bears * Work progressing on park trail * Fred Merrill brought bicycles to Portland,
and prostitutes took them away * Growing Giant Gourds
 
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SKU: Vol. 37, Issue 3
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Current issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 37, Issue 1, Thursday, August 28, 2014

Inside: Voting for Petersen * TRACK TALK * McKenzie Eagles Sports Report * Fish to profit from a new Bear Creek bridge * 2014 FALL SPORTS SCHEDULES * THE JOY OF BIRDS & BIRD FEEDERS * Aero-daredevil forged a worldwide reputation with Portland stunt * Direct Answers * Growing Giant Gourds
 
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SKU: Vol. 37, Issue 2
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Current issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 37, Issue 1, Thursday, August 28, 2014

Inside: Yoga pants not required * Play ball * McKenzie Eagles Sports Report * Ridin' the Rapids * TRACK TALK * Walterville canal screen under construction * 50 YEARS of COUNTRY KITCHEN * New Nurse-Practitioner starts work at clinic * You’re Never Too Old to Be Debt-Free * SHELFNOTES FROM LEABURG LIBRARY * Massive steamer wrecked by future Costa Rica Navy admiral * Keeping Crops Cool During Hot Weather: Plus Extending The Season
 
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SKU: Vol. 37, Issue 1
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Current issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 37, Issue 1, Thursday, August 28, 2014

Inside: Thanks to all * Time for Medicare annual enrollment * Media and Missouri: What the heck is going on? * McKenzie Eagles Sports Report * Costs kill intersection upgrade * TOUCH OF AUTUMN IN THE AIR * What are GMOs? * Massive war-games campaign covered Central Oregon * How Photosynthesis Works
 
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SKU: Vol. 36, Issue 52
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Current issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 36, Issue 52, Thursday, August 21, 2014

Inside: Cut foreign aid, not our military * Time for newspapers to fight * Ridin' the Rapids * District awaiting action on lawsuit * THE WONDER OF POETRY * Carvers made it a family event * Firefighters keeping lightning fires small * Produce display checklist * Wind Power: Are Vertical Axis
Wind Turbines Better? * McKenzie Art Festival this weekend * Upcoming Golf Tournament Needs More Teams * For thousands replanting Tillamook is a childhood memory * How Photosynthesis Works: Out of Biology Class and Into the Garden
 
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SKU: Vol. 36, Issue 51
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Current issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 36, Issue 51, Thursday, August 14, 2014

Inside: A real hero * Community concerns * Social was a success * Still in the race *  TRACK TALK * State to decide fate of Horse Creek bridge * MEMORIES OF THE SWIMMING HOLE * Bring your “Bumper Crop” to the Fair * A Midsummer's Sharpening: How to Sharpen Your Lawn Mower Blade * Good progress on McKenzie River Ranger District fires * Tillamook Burn “blew up” with shocking speed * Extend Your Growing Season
 
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SKU: Vol. 36, Issue 50
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Current issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 36, Issue 50, Thursday, August 7, 2014

Inside:  Defending student rights * Ridin' the Rapids * Walterville Pond health advisory * TRACK TALK * Sheriff to propose adding a resident deputy to McKenzie Valley * Blue River Fire Hall dedicated to volunteer * LUNCH BOX TIME AGAIN * Carvers to return for Chainsaw Festival * The Burning Ring of Fire * Community Calendar * Direct Answers * Basil basics * SHEFFNOTES FROM LEABURG LIBRARY
 
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SKU: Vol. 36, Issue 49
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Current issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 36, Issue 49, Thursday, July 31, 2014

Inside: Another night of family fun at the Blue River Park * Examining the
new importance of ‘where’ we speak * TRACK TALK * Fish trapping underway * Utility drills for clean water * REUNION TIME * Bunco Kelley: The Coyote of Portland’s waterfront myths * Sustainable in the Sierras * Basil at Its Best
 
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SKU: Vol. 36, Issue 48
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Current issue of the McKenzie River Reflections Newspaper
Volume 36, Issue 48, Thursday, July 24, 2014

Inside: End the nightmare * In new poll, marriage equality beats religious objections * Comments sought on new building * ARE YOU LEAVING
A LEGACY? * Community Health Fair coming to the Chainsaw Art Festival * Oregon’s most notorious shanghai artist: Joseph “Bunco” Kelley
 
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McKenzie River Reflections is the weekly newspaper serving Oregon's McKenzie River Valley. Available by mail for $23/yr in Lane County, $29/yr outside Lane. Digital subscriptions are $23/yr. Subscribe at: http://mckenzieriverreflectionsnewspaper.com/catalog/subscriptions-0. Purchase copies online at: http://mckenzieriverreflectionsnewspaper.com/catalog/back-issues-0. Read about area communities including Cedar Flat, Walterville, Camp Creek, Leaburg, Vida, Nimrod, Finn Rock, Blue River, Rainbow and McKenzie Bridge.