The yellow home at the corner of Old Wilson River Road and Thornburg Road will be used in a training burn Saturday, November 5, Forest Grove Fire and Rescue said. The home was built in the early 20th century.
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The Gales Creek Neighborhood Watch will host a community meeting Wednesday, November 16 at the Gales Creek Church to discuss fire prevention, preparing for emergencies, and other public safety topics.
This week a century ago in western Washington County: A Gales Creek resident bags a bear, a fire in Watts, and a man dies at a Timber-area hotel. This and more from 1922.
In this column, we take a look back one hundred years ago in western Washington County. This week, a “tin lizzie” collision with a motorcycle, the Banks Hog and Dairy Show starts, and more from 1922.
In this column, we take a look back one hundred years ago in western Washington County. This week, Vernonia becomes a boom town, a baby clinic is held in Banks, and more.
PGE: ‘increasingly likely’ chance of power shutoffs in Gales Creek starting Friday over wildfire risk
Portland General Electric said that the likelihood of intentional power shutoffs—known as a Public Safety Power Shutoff or PSPS—is high in ten areas in their service territory, including most of Gales Creek, Glenwood, and Hillside in the next 24 to 48 hours.
The Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District was awarded nearly $1.5 million to remove
dams and culverts in the Gales Creek Watershed and reestablish native plants along stream banks to shade threatened fish species and improve water quality.
Highway 6 is closed near the summit of the Coast Range following a crash, the Oregon Department of Transportation said on tripcheck.com.
In this column, we take a look back one hundred years ago in western Washington County. This week, a logging camp opens near Glenwood, a new bridge over Gales Creek in Watts, and more!
Restrictions in areas protected by the Oregon Department of Forestry in much of Northwest Oregon will increase again Tuesday in the face of increasing fire danger, moving from moderate to high fire danger.