McKenzie River

Thomson footbridgeBy Ruth West

A wealth of memories clings around the name, “Thomson’s Lodge,” and in spite of the fact that the lodge has now passed out of the hands of the Thomson family who founded it in 1860, the name and the famous hospitality of the place will continue.

Excerpts  From the July 22, 2013 Sheriff’s Reports

Aug. 8: 1:36 AM: Dispute – 54000 block, McK. River Dr. Caller was in a dispute with female subject & left on his own volition – advises no assault but is concerned involved may try to report him for assault. He was concerned for her safety, couldn’t articulate why except that she was very upset when he left. Info taken.

Better than hearing it on the grapevine!

by Rick and Kristi Steber

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