A message from the Banks Fire District, stats from December, and an upcoming blood drive in this month’s Banks Fire District 13 Fire Log.
Author: Chas Hundley - Banks Post
Frozen pipes, power surges lead to loss of water for dozens of homes in Timber.
Readers of this newspaper in print and online may have noticed some subtle changes creeping in to the design, look, and feel of our newspaper and websites. They’re also going to start seeing changes to how we tackle stories, and an increase in news coverage and focus.
Live in Buxton, Timber, Manning, Roy, Mountaindale or elsewhere outside of city limits, qualify for SNAP benefits, and pay for garbage and recycle service directly? You may qualify for 75% off your garbage bill.
August Sewell, a Banks Troop 581 member, recently celebrated attaining the highest rank in the Scouts BSA program, completing all requirement to earn the Eagle Scout rank.
A barn collapses in Gales Creek, the community gossip, and more in this week’s edition of Dispatches from History, the first of 1923.
In Washington County, constituents will have an opportunity to see, hear from, and ask questions of Oregon’s senior Senator Thursday, January 12, starting at 2 pm at the Conestoga Recreation
Center, located in Beaverton at 9985 SW 125th Ave.
Highway 6 is closed one mile west of the Highway 47 interchange following a crash, according to the Oregon Department of Transportation’s tripcheck.com.
As Oregon gears up for a legislative session in two weeks, several local legislators will be sworn in January 9. Find out who’s representing your interests in Salem.
Every year, the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department joins a nationwide initiative called “First Day Hikes” on New Year’s Day. This year, Stub Stewart State Park is one of 20 state parks with free hikes led by rangers or volunteers.