Column • History • Gales Creek
Dispatches from history: Western Washington County November 3, 1921
A Buxton man and World War 1 veteran is laid to rest after an illness fells him at age 32; fortunes are told in Gales Creek; a Gaston man sends his truck flying near Dilley. That and more in this week's Dispatches from History: Western Washington County 100 years ago.
The newspapers and other print jobs of the time would have been printed on this type of machine. Photo taken from April 28, 1921 edition of the Washington County News-Times.
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Column • History • Gales Creek Nov. 26
Dispatches from history: Western Washington County November 17, 1921
The son of Asa Ellsworth Westcott, a state representative and Banks resident, runs away from home and is found in Bend, a Sunday school in Gales Creek is booming, and Timber residents seek to better their roads.
That and more in this week's Dispatches from History: Western Washington County 100 years ago.
FreeWorld • Coronavirus • Health Nov. 26
New coronavirus strain a 'variant of concern,' dubbed Omicron by World Health Organization
A new strain of the virus that causes COVID-19 has been reported in South Africa, Botswana, Belgium, Hong Kong and Israel. The World Health Organization dubbed the new variant "Omicron" today. Little is known yet about the new strain.
Column • History • Gales Creek Nov. 24
Column | The Diaries of Esther Lilly Hundley: January 8 - 14, 1928
We're returning to January, 1928 in Esther Lilly Hundley’s personal diaries which chronicle her life on the family’s original homestead and farm in the Fir Creek community of Gales Creek from 1928 to 1960.
Oregon • Transportation • Holiday Nov. 24
ODOT urges caution for travelers over Thanksgiving weekend
Adverse winter weather at mountain passes, impaired drivers, and more could face travelers as they hit the road this weekend.
Oregon • Recreation • Holiday Nov. 23
Parking free at dozens of state parks day after Thanksgiving
In a tradition the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) dubbed “Green Friday,” a $5 parking fee is waived at more than two dozen parks Friday, November 26.