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Articles from the October 26, 2022 edition

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Keeping history alive

Terri Lanini and Steve Rice sit in the East Linn Museum workroom, chatting with a visitor. They are the staff for today, one of three days a week the museum, at 746 Long St., is open to the public....

 

Shadows and doubts in the tale(s) of Frank Reid

“Halt.” The order came from the darkness as a lone figure traveled down a moonlit Sweet Home street. Instead of stopping, the figure turned. Shots from his gun rang out in the silence. More came...

 

Public Safety (Oct. 26, 2022)

CIRCUIT COURT Warrants are out on the following individuals: Samuel Frank Ayers, Curtis Ray Daniel, Andrew James Freitag, Aaron Thomas Halvorson, Noe Hernandez-Reyes, Michael Trevor Hilton, Faron Walter Kennedy, Taylor Robert Mespelt, Carrie Lynne...

 

Weekend rains end burn ban

The weekend rains triggered the start of backyard burning season Monday, Oct. 24. Linn County Fire Defense Board Chiefs had delayed the start of backyard burning, which typically opens Oct. 1, due to the extended drought conditions. Burn seasons...

 

Gas line graze diverts traffic on Main Street

Police Officer Sean Potter, center, stands with workers from American Concrete Company Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 18, after a machine hit a shallow gas line shortly before 1:38 p.m. Sweet Home Fire and...

 

Huskies finish solid second in OWC volleyball, head to post-season

Sweet Home's volleyball team finished second in the Oregon West Conference last week, ending the regular season with a 3-0 win at home over North Marion Thursday evening. The Huskies lost earlier in t...

 

Real Estate (Oct. 26, 2022)

Following are Lebanon, Sweet Home and Brownsville area real estate transactions recorded with the county during September 2022. These are not properties for sale, and some transactions may represent a change of ownership within a family or corporatio...

 

Sweet Home Senior Center News and Activities (Oct. 26, 2022)

Monthly News n The Senior Center will be open Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11. and buses will be running. However, Linn Shuttle will not be able to make its normal stop at 1st and Washington stop on Veteran’s Day if the parade is running its normal...

 

Man dies in Saturday night fire in Lacomb

A Lebanon man died late Saturday night, Oct. 22, after a fire started in his double-wide mobile home in rural Lebanon. LFD did not immediately identify the victim. The occupant's roommate was able to...

 

Football: Depleted by illness, Huskies fall to Stayton in back-and-forth contest

Stayton doubled up Sweet Home in a Thursday night battle on the Eagles' home turf on Oct. 20, winning 40-20 against a Husky squad hampered by sickness. The win moved the Eagles to 6-2 on the season,...

 

Numbers hurt boys in soccer losses

Sweet Home boys soccer lost two home games to tough league opponents last week, falling to Newport 8-0 and Philomath 6-0. "I didn't think we played very well against Newport," said Head Coach Eric...

 

Soccer: Girls lose two in tough week

Sweet Home girls soccer lost two lopsided games last week against league opponents. The Huskies first fell to Newport 8-0 on Oct. 18, and then lost to Philomath by the same score on Oct. 20. Both game...

 

Missing woman's car found near Sweet Home

Linn County Sheriff's Office deputies on Saturday, Oct. 29, found a vehicle connected to a missing Northern California woman on a dead-end U.S. Forest Service road off of Highway 20 about 30 miles... Full story

 

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