The fourth landslide in less than a year has once again closed Timber Road
Banks’ students will have another day off Friday, school administration announced, shuttering all district buildings due to inclement weather.
Banks-area residents were greeted with snow Thursday morning, and a lot of it, especially at higher elevations. Here’s what’s closed so far.
Banks School District announced there would be no school Thursday.
The Oregon State Police said that two people died as a result of a crash on Highway 47 north of Nowakowski Road Friday.
The chairman of Oregon’s state liquor board has known for months that top managers at the agency abused their power to obtain special access to rare liquor, he revealed during a fiery speech at a meeting Wednesday.
Free Fishing Weekend will return to Oregon on Saturday and Sunday, February 18 and 19 (President’s Day Weekend), the first of three such “Free Fishing Weekends” scheduled to be held in 2023.
Gov. Tina Kotek is recommending that the internal watchdog for Oregon’s prison system take over as interim director of the state’s liquor agency as it reels from a bourbon hoarding scandal.
The Washington County Board of Commissioners will host the first of four quarterly county Town Halls scheduled this year Thursday, February 23, focusing on the county’s budget development process and financial challenges facing the county.
Mark Gregg looks back on years on Banks City Council: “Over the 14 years, I never felt that we had a group of seven counselors and a mayor that couldn’t work together and solve problems.”