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Obituaries

Peggy L. Kerr July 13, 1932-June 27, 2004 Peggy Louise (Meacham) Kerr, 77, of Prineville died on Sunday, June 27, 2004, at her home. She was born on July 13, 1932 She was born on July 13, 1932 in Drain the daughter of Sidney F. Meacham and Ruby... Full story

 
 By Sean C. Morgan    Sports    July 14, 2004

4th of July brought outstanding camping

A wall of campers lined the shores of Green Peter Reservoir and the shoulder of Quartzville Road over Fourth of July weekend. "We're full pretty much everywhere," Linn County Parks and Recreation... Full story

 
 By Ron Bennett    Sports    July 14, 2004

Gas Fumes

For The New Era July 1st Eugene, Oregon It hardly seems possible that the midway point of the 2004 racing season in Oregon is here. Looking back, it has been a great first-half and the second half of the 2004 season promises to be even better. The... Full story

 
 By Alex Paul    News    July 14, 2004

Meet Princess Meaghan Schaefer

Being a member of the Sportsman's Holiday court has been a fun experience for Princess Meaghan Schaefer. Princess Meaghan, 17, is the daughter of Mike and Karen Schaefer. She has a sister, Kalee, 20, a junior at Oregon State and brothers,...

 

Tom Hufford: Sportsman's Holiday Parade Grand Marshal

"The wind had increased to a force I had never before experienced. It drove spray and spume with the force of a sand blaster. Capillary bleeding was etched on any face exposed directly to it. When the lookouts and signalmen turned away from it their...

 
 By Alex Paul    News    July 14, 2004

Meet Princess Meaghan Schaefer

Being a member of the Sportsman's Holiday court has been a fun experience for Princess Meaghan Schaefer. Princess Meaghan, 17, is the daughter of Mike and Karen Schaefer. She has a sister, Kalee, 20,... Full story

 

Tom Hufford: Sportsman's Holiday Parade Grand Marshal

"The wind had increased to a force I had never before experienced. It drove spray and spume with the force of a sand blaster. Capillary bleeding was etched on any face exposed directly to it. When the...

 

Deans Lists

Eastern Oregon University--Diane McIntosh of Sweet Home has been named to the Dean's List for the spring term at Eastern Oregon University in LaGrande. Oregon State University--Names of students who have made the Scholastic Honor Roll Spring term...

 
 By Sean C. Morgan    News    July 14, 2004

High school should be ready

District 55 Schools Supt. Larry Horton believes the high school construction project should be completed on time. Inside last week, crews were working on replacing lockers in the south hall, the old...

 

Guest Opinion

Twenty mph, 24/7 The latest bit of nonsense that's about to hut our lives comes courtesy of the Oregon Legislature, ensconced comfortably in Salem. Beginning July 1, the speed in all school zones will be 20 mph. All the time. Every day. Even in...

 

From Our Files

July 5, 1979 The U.S. does not have an energy policy "worthy of its name..." according to U.S. Senator Bob Packwood. Packwood, who will be seeking reelection to his third six-year term next year, stopped briefly in Sweet Home Monday during a 4th of...

 
 By Sean C. Morgan    News    July 14, 2004

Youth Corps punches trail through new county park

Northwest Youth Corps crews were busy the last couple of weeks punching new trails through River Bend County Park. Each year, Northwest Youth Corps applies for funding from a pot of money paid to Linn County by the federal government in lieu of...

 

Couple wed in Charlottesville, Va.

Lavon Pinto and Brian Lee Medlock of Arlington, Va., were married on Nov. 8 in a double ring ceremony in Charlottesville, Va. Mrs. Medlock is the daughter of James and Hazel Pinto of the United Arab E...

 

Volunteer of the Week

Arvid Anderson Arvid Anderson, 82, of 41950 Mark's Ridge Dr. volunteers with the Meals on Wheels program. "I love doing things for others," Anderson said. A widower, he has six children, three girls...

 

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