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Commissioners give tentative green light to solar project

A proposed 12-acre solar power development on Eicher Road east of Albany will be allowed to proceed, pending a wetlands review and analysis, the Linn County Board of Commissioners agreed on a 2-1 vote Tuesday morning. Commissioners Sherrie Sprenger...


SH delivers tree – and more – in Washington

The Capitol Christmas tree came out of Sweet Home's local forest near House Rock Campground and traveled 3,000 miles to the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol building, and a contingent of Sweet Home and...


USFS staffers, others say trip to capital with tree was 'amazing'

Following a local parade and festival celebrating the U.S. Capitol Christmas tree, the 82-foot noble fir from the Sweet Home Ranger District set off cross country to Washington, D.C., for an official...


Lighting ceremony speakers extend some love to Sweet Home

"Let 'er rip," called out U.S. Speaker of the House as Oregon fourth-grader Bridgette Harring-ton turned on the U.S. Capitol Christmas tree lights last week, capping off the 3,000-mile trip of a...


SH representatives get some quality time with congressional delegates

Members of Sweet Home's congressional delegation say that their plans will help Sweet Home as it attempts to address various issues, including wastewater improvements, better broadband and better fore...


Sean C. Morgan reports from Washington: U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting

Referencing the film "It's a Wonderful Life," Speaker of the House Paul Ryan called on Hillsboro fourth-grader Bridgette Harrington to join him in lighting the U.S. Capitol Christmas tree tonight. "We... Full story


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