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Articles from the September 11, 2004 edition

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Sept. 8: Doug Shank, Teri Casiano, Peggy Arnold, Molly Stock and David Turnbull (in memory). Sept. 9: Clint Sylvester and McKenna Burnett. Anniversary: Mr. and Mrs. Craig Fentiman. Sept. 10: Derek Miner, Christopher Miller and Whitney Stoner....


Glaser wins fifth Willamette feature race

For The New Era Sept. 4th Lebanon, Oregon Trevor Glaser did it the hard way Saturday night at Willamette Speedway. As the previous week?s winner, he started 16th in the 16 car field in a line-up that featured five of the Top-30 Dirt Late Model...


Teter: Quality of Celtic festival best ever; Planning underway

Highland games organizers Bob Teter and games founder Greg Downs are already working on next year?s event. The annual Highland Games and Clan Gathering is held the last weekend of August. This year,... Full story


Huskies ready for season at Albany Jamboree

For The New Era For Coach Rob Younger, the jamboree at South Albany High School was a time to evaluate the stage of development for the 2004 version of Husky football. Unlike the teams they played,... Full story


Sewer project begins in September

A $1.7 million sewer repair and replacement project will begin around Sept. 14. Public Works Director Mike Adams met with property owners in the affected areas Thursday night to explain the project. The purpose of the project is to reduce the amount...


Emergency call volumes remain high this year

Call volumes remain on pace to set records for both the police and fire departments this year. Both departments started the year busy, and it hasn't let up. Sweet Home Police Department is a month ahead of last year. It took until Sept. 27 last year...

 By Alex Paul    News    September 11, 2004

Class of 2008 welcomed to new Sweet Home High School

The good news is that SHHS Principal Pat Stineff has a large office with lots of glass looking out on the front of the new Sweet Home High School. The bad news is that although she most of her files,...


School Lunch Menus

Sweet Home High School Everyday choices: $2 includes fries, tots or onion rings, salad bar and dessert. Hamburger or cheeseburger, chicken sandwich, nuggets or strips, super cheese nachos, Figaro's pizza, classic hoagie with chips, garden fresh...


Little Promises opens in old kindergarten building

Little Promises Daycare opened last week in the old Pleasant Valley Kindergarten building. ?The teachers are just so excited to have these big rooms,? Hutchins, CEO, said. ?Working with the school... Full story


From Our Files

September 6, 1979 The city budget committee has trimmed the proposed budget by nearly $40,000 as it prepares to submit it to the community for the fourth time. -- The Greater Sweet Home Education Association submitted a written notice to the Board...


Letters to the Editor

Bothered by job losses Editor: In light of the upcoming Labor Day holiday, I feel compelled to make a statement about our current job market. I have worked for Allegheny Allvac, formerly known as Oremet, in Albany, Oregon for 8 years. Over the last... Full story


Over the Edge

Sen. Kerry = The French Fake Republican Gordon Smith caught quite a bit of flak after noting the Frenchness of John Kerry recently. The worst part of the whole affair is Sen. Smith?s coming close to...


New high school gets an

Bus loads of 14 and 15 year old freshmen embarked on a new adventure Tuesday as they entered high school for the first time. The SHHS Class of 2008, has the added bonus of being the first to start... Full story


Celebrating 40 years together

L.J. "Dirk" and Rosie Dirksen of 28411 Liberty Rd. will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary at an open house from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sept. 25 at the VFW Hall. They request no gifts. Rosemary "Rosie" Simpson of St. Louis, Mo., and L.J. "Dirk"...


Celebrating 40 years together

L.J. "Dirk" and Rosie Dirksen of 28411 Liberty Rd. will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary at an open house from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sept. 25 at the VFW Hall. They request no gifts. Rosemary...


CHIP program to issue final report on Sept. 16

The Community Health Improvement Partnership is planning a summit on Sept. 15 to conclude a process started last year. The summit will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Lebanon in the annex behind the new Linn-Benton Community College building. The...


Fire prevention means getting campers on firefighters? side

Carl Lemmer doesn?t think they?ll make any movies about fire patrol. But one ATV rider he talked to thought it would be a cool job and an awful lot of fun. Lemmer didn?t disagree. He spends his summer days driving around the mountain forests looking...


Volunteer of the Week

Stacey Teter Stacey Teter, 29, volunteers with the Sweet Home Highland Games and Celtic Festival, the Boys and Girls Club Auction, Mothers of Pre-Schoolers, Community Chapel nursery and Hawthorne... Full story



William D. Richards Jan. 30, 1919-Sept. 2, 2004 William D. Richards, 85, of Lebanon died on Thursday, Sept. 2, 2004 at the Mennonite Village of Albany. He was born on Jan. 30, 1919 in Rover, Mo., the son of Milton and Iona (Harroff) Richards. He...


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