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Sweet Home teens killed in Hwy. 228 crash

Two Sweet Home teens were killed and their younger sister was severely injured early Saturday, May 23, in a two-vehicle collision on Highway 228 near Milepost 10, in the Sunset Lane area, east of...

7 to lead SHHS graduation

Sweet Home High School has announced six valedictorians and one salutatorian to lead the Class of 2020 graduation ceremonies, which will be held June 4 and 5. The valedictorians, Megan Hager,...

Public Safety Log May 27, 2020

May 22 4:45 a.m. - Caller reported someone entered his vehicle and took things, 900 block of 23rd. Report taken. Loss valued at $519. 9:19 p.m. - Abandoned travel trailer tagged for removal, 49000...

Dam inspections indicate Foster, Green Peter in good shape

After conducting its five-year inspections on Foster and Green Peter dams last week, The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers found nothing unexpected or out of the ordinary. Every five years, the Corps...

Land use panel overturns county rezone near Crawfordsville

The Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals has reversed a decision made last year by the Linn County Board of Commissioners allowing the rezoning of 108 acres off Crawfordsville Drive from farm forest to...

Seniors devote seamstress skills to maskmaking efforts

More people are stepping into the public sphere as Phase 1 of Gov. Kate Brown's reopening plan for Oregon gains momentum, but if you do, the Jolly Stitchers at the Senior Center have you covered....

Spenger wins, Cate leads election

Current State House District 17 Rep. Sherrie Sprenger won the Republican primary for Linn County Commissioner Position 3 with 65.79 percent of the vote during the May 19 primary election. With 10,947...

Graduation to include small ceremonies, processional

Sweet Home High School will hold its graduation ceremony over two days, June 4 and 5, in carefully scheduled small groups of seven students and guests, who will meet in the Main Gymnasium as graduates receive their diplomas. Steve Thorpe, who is...

Vivid memories linger from ground hallowed by sacrifice

We hurried across the cow bridge at the upper end of Uncle Dutch’s farm. We were in a hurry because we planned to hunt up to the Bartlett farm this afternoon. This would require us to cross Catching Creek one more time, and that crossing would...

Hawaiians' response to shutdown is family-focused

By Andrew Allen As I write, the island of Hawaii has zero active cases of coronavirus. Yes, we are still sheltering in place at home until the end of the month, along with a 14-day quarantine for visitors to the state. Things are slowly turning on,...

Goodbye to newspaper, but not to SH

This is my last week at The New Era. To the day, it’s been 24.5 years since I started working for Debbie Paul and Alex Paul, who loves to tell people about seeing me getting out of my car for an interview. He leaned over and told Debbie, “I...

Roy Harold Cederstam

Feb. 27, 1931 - May 12, 2020 Roy Harold Cederstam, 89, passed away in peace May 12, 2020 with his son and daughter by his side. Roy had been residing at Brookside Manor in Hood River for the past six...

Around Town May 27, 2020

Elks Drago golf tournament open The Sweet Home Elks are holding their annual Howard Drago Memorial Golf Tournament June 19-21 in a little different fashion than usual at Pineway Golf Course. Each team will receive 18 holes of golf for each player,...

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