McKenzie River

Office at Spring Creek Holly Farm

Marilyn Janz has been a familiar face for people shopping at the Spring Creek Holly Farm’s office in Leaburg.

LEABURG: The third season of the Give Back To Schools program will begin the day after Thanksgiving at the Spring Creek Holly Farm.

 

Snow on Augusta Creek

Cooler temperatures last weekend brought a white coating to the foothills of the Cascades, like this scene on Augusta Creek above Cougar Reservoir.

One of the annual indications that winter is beginning was reached last Thursday when the Oregon Dept. of Transportation closed the Old McKenzie Pass for the winter. Another, the opening of the Hoodoo Recreation Area for their 75th anniversary of operations may not make it for the Thanksgiving holiday. On Tuesday morning the snow base level was around 7.5 inches, which isn’t enough to open the slopes.

 

Oct. 25: 9:45 AM: Theft – 57000 block, N. Bank Rd. Complainant advises they had 3 yard signs pulled out & thrown into the river. Citizen self report.
Oct. 25: 5:32 PM: Theft From Vehicle – 38000 block, Hendricks Park Rd. Taken: Backpack with books, anti-inflammatory & pain meds. No weapons stolen. Citizen self report.

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