An early Thanksgiving miracle: Highway 47 reopened today (but the project still isn’t done).
In October, a man allegedly threatened to urinate in an urn containing the ashes of his girlfriend’s mother. This and more in this month’s Banks police log.
Located in the Jane Moore Community Room, the sale began Thursday, and will continue Friday, Saturday, and Monday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A firm date for the reopening of Highway 47 remains elusive, an Oregon Department of Transportation spokesperson told the Banks Post on Monday. “We’re getting closer to being able to estimate a new reopening date. We’re still waiting to hear back from one specialty subcontractor who mobilizes from Utah at[Read More…]
The September Police Log, as written by sheriff’s office deputies serving Banks. This month: A burglary at Chevron, a break-in at Sunset Speedway, and more.
A short parade begins at Trellis Way at 2:15 p.m. today, while a cannon will fire blanks every time the Braves score at tonight’s football game VS Rainier.
The Banks Chamber of Commerce will host Tualatin River Watershed Council Exec. Director Scott McEwen, who will provide updates on the Balm Grove Dam removal project, the landslide that struck an unnamed tributary to North Fork Gales Creek, the Killin Wetlands, and more Thursday at 12:30 p.m. in Banks.
For the upcoming November 8 election, the deadline to register to vote or update your registration is Tuesday, October 18. Online, mail, and in-person options exist to do this.
The city of Banks is accepting nominations for the 2022 Banks Citizenship Award with a deadline of September 30.
Completion of a project to replace the 85-year-old bridge over West Fork Dairy Creek just outside Banks city limits has been delayed without a known reopening date, ODOT said Thursday.