The Canyon Weekly July 18, 2013
Volume 4, Issue 29
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Fire Destroys Nail Salon/Soap Factory in Mill City
An early morning fire engulfed the building at 239 SW Broadway in Mill City, completely detroying one of the newest businesses in town, the Pure Indulgence Nail Salon. The
fire was dispatched to Mill City Fire Department 1:30 am, and the crew was able to knock it flat by 2:02, but by then the contents, including the enitre hand made soap factory, were ruined. The business is owned by Kacy Bear and her mother Kristine Dodge and they suspect arson. Kacy reports that several people saw someone fleeing the scene as the back of the building exploded in flames. Linn County Sheriff’s office Detective
Scott Christensen calls the fire “suspicious” but falls short of labeling it arson. “It’s a slow process, and it remains under investigation,” said Christensen. He encourages anyone with any information to contact him at (541) 990-8901. The owners Kacy and Kristine are holding up “ok”. The two were already in the midst of remodeling and preparing to move to their new location on Wall St. in Mill City when the fire happened. “I’m strong.. I’m not going to let this stop me. We will re-open the shop as soon as possible,” said Kacy Bear.
Community Leadership & Collaborations Workshop for Mill City - Gates
Rural community leaders and organizations of the Mill City & Gates Area - don’t miss this exciting opportunity to make a bigger impact! Gain practical skills and tools. Come together to get things done. Network and learn as a community Friday July 26, 3 to 8 pm and Saturday July 27, 9 am to 3:30 pm at Gates Fire Hall, 140 East Sorbin Street, Gates, Oregon 97456 Meals are incuded and all is FREE! Register at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ GatesMillCityCCReg. Brought to you by the Ford Institute for Community Building and the Non-Profit Association of Oregon. Questions? Alexis at 503239-4001, ext. 115 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Thursday was the first meeting for the new school board of Santiam Canyon School District 129J. First order of business was swearing in of the new members by Superintendent Todd Miller, followed by an official change of meeting dates. Board meetings will now be held on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm, with the next meeting scheduled for Wed., August 14th. Congratulations to our new board members and new Superintendent. Pictured left to right Jeremy Tinney, Alicia (Corey) Boyd, Angie Fencl, Rich Moore, Yvonne Hanna and Todd Miller.
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Get ready for Youth Benefit Golf Tournament 2013 The date is fast approaching for the 2013 Freres Lumber Company Youth Benefit Golf Tournament.(YBGT) There still are openings for golfers that want to join in for a fun day and lend a helping hand to the youth in the Canyon. The YBGT has received wonderful support from sponsors this year and have some outstanding prizes and silent auction items. Silent auction items include an autographed golf ball by President Obama; a $299.00 BBQ grill donated by Lowe’sKeizer store; two 6 person rafting/kayaking trips ($414.00 value each) from eNRG Kayaking in the Canyon; a wine tasting tour at Willamette Valley Vineyards for party of 10 ($200.00 value) a 2 nite stay at Curt’s Place; and a 1 nite stay
at Elkhorn Valley Inn. . Even if you aren’t playing in the tournament you can bid on any of these items online at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503.897.4902. If you really want to win that prize consider joining us for lunch, 1:30 Saturday August 3rd and keep up with the bids. Lunch will be Tri Tip at $15.00 each. We also have the usual raffle baskets, one for the ladies & one for the guys. Tickets are $1 each. or 6 for $5. These baskets have been a big hit in the past and we continue to load them with many goodies & great treats. The guys basket will be on display at US Bank in Mill City until the tournament.
MCMP loves their customers! Mill City Market Place (formerly Hilltop Market) held their annual Customer Appreciation Day on July 13, serving up fresh BBQ’d hot dogs and sodas for free. They also gave out nearly $1200 in prizes to 124 local entrants, including these top prize winners: Connie Brown won the flat screen TV, Lauretta Benjamin won the bicycle, Rachel Nordmo won the deep fryer, R. Decker & Sonny Benton each won a sandwich maker,
Raine Edwards won the slow cooker, John Horton won the hand-painted saw from Joyce Trout, Collin Church won the DVD player, Russ Goffin & Gary Jennmys each won a Gyro Copter, Jeanne White won the $100 gift certificate, Susan Cox won the Oster Blender, Damien Ramirez won the rice cooker - and many others won caps, coolers, signs, t-shirts and tote bags. “We want to thank everyone for coming in - and we hope to make every day feel like customer appreciation day!!”
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Santiam 2014 Seniors looking for yard sale items Items for a garage sale at DOG DAZE are being accepted now as a fundraiser for GRAD NIGHT. Any or all items, big or small are very much appreciated. We can either pick up or you can drop off at our homes. Please spread the word to your friends, family,
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Traveling father and son find lifeblood on the river Jackson’s teeth were chattering so much he could barely talk. We were standing on the riverbank of the North Santiam and my son, I am sure, was feeling like it was a closer to a class VI river, rather than class II, after the swim he’d just taken. Thanks to our serendipitous encounter, earlier at the put-in with two kayakers, Chris and Jerry, though, we had excellent river guides, extra clothes to wrap around my son’s legs, and I was able to hug my son close to lend my warmth to him. 15 minutes later he was able to continue. My wife and I agreed years ago that rivers, though ever-present, powerful, poetic, and the lifeblood of our whitewater-paddling existence were only part of the picture. There is also: The wonderful community we, as “river people” become a part of; the confidencebuilding, being in crashing whitewater, using a mental checklist, remaining as cool-headed as possible. It was great for me when I started paddling at 30. I can’t even imagine what this does by Bart Rankin
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for my young son. And, finally, in a world where everyone in a family is going about things on their own, thanks to modern life’s conveniences of central air-conditioning, computers and smart-phones, our children are truly left to their own devices. In this world of countless creature-comforts, for my son to seek the basic human need for shelter from the elements, at this time when he is soon to exit childhood...at this meeting of river, earth, air, new friends and, well, fear. The fear that hits us the moment we exit our mother’s warm womb... Wow. Maybe somewhere in his neuro-circuitry, a connection was made, confidence was found, and truly, (in the same way that his brain made a new connection) with his arms around me, in a moment of absolute survival-instinct-mediated need, he and I made a connection, not just as father and son, but as two people who truly need each other. I don’t know. Maybe the river is our lifeblood after all. Bart Rankin and his wife, Rhonda are “traveling physical therapists” who out of necessity (and desire) homeschool their 10-year-old son, Jackson (pictured here at Hammond park) while living in a 32 foot RV.
Bill Sanderson River Report 7-18-2013
Water and weather conditions have been wonderful last week and it looks like more of the same for next several weeks. Occasional rainy surprises happen, but the forecast is for warm and dry weather. Water temperature is very favorable in the upper North Santiam, and too warm in the Willamette and main Santiam. All the fish in those waters will want to come up the North Santiam because of the better conditions. Scenic trips have been awesome. The river has been around 1,360 cubic feet per second flow at Niagara and around 3.4 feet deep at Mehama. Many of the rocks are covered over and there are clear channels through all the gravel bars and ledges. Experts can pick their way around the river but some novices have been washed into branches along the riverside in a few locations. Directly under the highway and railroad bridges in Mill City, Mil l City Falls is a very steep drop into a large pool that extends downstream and includes Hammond Eddy, on the North shore about one hundred yards below the Falls. Another hundred yards below Hammond Eddy, Mill City Bar is an accumulation of massive boulders in the middle of the river. There are two channels on the far South side of the river that boats can float through. There is a channel on the North side of the river that has branches sticking out in the river and underwater. Mill City Fire Department has had three rescue events with kayaks that were stuck in the branches. Chief Leland Ohrt has quickly responded and saved lives at this difficult spot. River running has always been a risk adventure, and experienced boaters can control the risks by developing river knowledge and technical skills. Inexperienced boaters need to learn both the knowledge and techniques before drifting alone. Chief Ohrt does not have enough time to deal with all the inexperienced boaters that come out in inner tubes on hot days. Novices have good choices. They may follow experienced boaters or participate in “Learn the River” trips. Guides are available. Call or email me for more information. There will be a pot-luck dinner, barbecue, and fishing clinic at North Santiam State Park on Tuesday late afternoon July 16. A driftboat will be available at the Park Hole to demonstrate plug pulling and diver and shrimp techniques. The boat can take two people at a time to give short demonstrations, and other clinic demos may be available. Tom Khaffun is organizing the clinic. We know that some spoon rods will be demonstrated, and perhaps also some bobber and jig rigging. Barbecue fires will be started around 5:00 p.m. and dinner will be around 6. Attendees are expected to be telling fish stories and discussing river conditions and recent outings. Since the air temperature is expected to be around 90 later this week, and since the river temperature is around 60, people on the river will be cooler and more comfortable than those humans that are landlocked. The time is right for some time on the river. 5
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Obituary Fern P. Stone April 2, 1924 - July 12, 2013
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Born in Hardin, Montana to Vernice and Georgia Clark, Fern was the oldest of three daughters. She moved to Mill City, Oregon when she was 17, graduated from Mill City High School, and
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was a member of the Mill City Presbyterian Church. She married Edwin Stone on June 14th, 1946. Fern worked at the Stayton Cannery for 19 years. Her interests included family, gardening, reading, and watching sports of all kinds. She was preceded in death by her loving husband Edwin Stone, and sisters Shirley and Bonnie. Fern is survived by two daughters, Sharon Setzer (Louie) and Shirley DeVos (Gary). She has two grandsons, Ed Setzer (Maria) and Grady Setzer. Three great-grandchildren; McKenna, Edwin, and Ellenia. She will be greatly missed. Graveside service to be held at Fox Valley Cemetery on Thursday, July 18th at 11:00 in the morning. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the charity of one’s choice. Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services.
The Mill City-Gates American Legion Auxiliary Unit 159 is selling tickets for a Patriotic Basket Raffle. Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00 and can be purchased at Mill City U.S. Bank, Gates Post Office and the Lyons Public Library The winner will be selected August 17, 2013. Need not be present to win. Some items include: patriotic decor, kids’ outdoor fun items, a handmade apron and themed partyware in a large galvanized tub. Stop by US Bank in Mill City to see all the goodies!
NOTICE OF VACANCIES 2013 - 2014 SCHOOL YEAR Position: Language Arts Teacher, 7-12 Open: July 10, 2013
Qualifications:Santiam Jr./Sr. High School is seeking a Language Arts teacher for grades 7-12. Extra consideration will be given to candidates with a reading endorsement and/or experience in teaching reading. Extra consideration will also be given to candidates with additional endorsements in any subject, especially the sciences. Potential extra-curricular opportunities are available in high school and junior high girls’ basketball, junior high volleyball, high school baseball, high school and junior high track as well as in drama. Application Deadline: Open Until Filled Screening and Interview Deadline: TBD Employment To Begin: August 26, 2013 Application Procedures: 1. District application 2. Resume 3. Personal letter of interest which addresses specific qualifications 4. A copy of valid Oregon Teaching Certificate 5. Transcripts 6. Letters of Recommendation SEND TO: Santiam Canyon School District PO Box 197 Mill City, OR 97360 Attn: Nichole Cooper (503) 897-2321
Position Mathematics Teacher, 7-12 Open July 10, 2013
Qualifications: Santiam Jr./Sr. High School has an opening for a Math teacher for grades 7-12. An advanced mathematics endorsement is required. Extra consideration will be given to candidates with additional endorsements in any subject area. Additional endorsements in the sciences are preferred but all endorsements will be considered. Potential extra-curricular opportunities may be available in high school and junior high girls’ basketball, junior high volleyball, high school baseball, high school and junior high track, as well as drama. Application Deadline: Open Until Filled Screening and Interview Deadline:TBD Employment to Begin: August 26, 2013 Application Procedures: 1.District application 2. Resume 3. Personal letter of interest which addresses specific qualifications
4. A copy of valid Oregon Teaching Certificate 5. Transcripts 6. Letters of Recommendation Send to: Santiam Canyon School District PO Box 197 Mill City, OR 97360 Attn: Nichole Cooper (503) 897-2321
Position: Health & Physical Education Teacher, 7-12 OpenJuly 10, 2013
Quaifications: Santiam Jr./Sr. High School has an opening for a and Health and Physical Education teacher for grades 7-12. Candidates must have both endorsements. Extra consideration will be given to candidates with additional endorsements in any subject area, especially the sciences. Potential extra-curricular opportunities may be available in high school and junior high girls’ basketball, junior high volleyball, high school baseball, high school and junior high track, as well as drama. Application Deadline: Open Until Filled Screening and Interview Deadline: TBD Employment to Begin: August 26, 2013 Application Procedures: 1.District application 2. Resume 3. Personal letter of interest which addresses specific qualifications 4. A copy of valid OrgonTeaching Certificate Transcripts Letters of Recommendation Send to: Santiam Canyon School District PO Box 197 Mill City, OR 97360 Attn: Nichole Cooper (503) 897-2321
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Judy’s Art Class Every Wed. at Eagle’s Hall in Mill City 10am to 3pm. Cost: $10 a day. Judy Holman 503-859-2213. Handgun Safety Class with local experts Bob and Shane Pedroli. Range classes are ongoing. Oregon and Utah/Arizona multistate certifications available. Info 503-5809397 www.oldwestprosconcealandcarry. com CPR/AED/First Aid Classes: American Heart Association certified classes for Public and Healthcare Providers. Contact instructor Kurt Hueller at 503-859-3575 or email@example.com.
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CLASSIFIED ADS HUGE fundraiser sale for church camp Fridays and Saturdays through August 9th. 211 NW 9th St.in Mill City, near the Sportsman Center. All proceeds go to church youth camp.
Event submissions are printed FREE! The Canyon Weekly cannot guarantee placement; however, priority is given to typed and emailed submissions, and events occurring in the North Santiam Canyon (Lyons/Mehama to Marion Forks). Please submit your event to: Editor@TheCanyonWeekly.com. Cost: None! It’s FREE. Party There will be programs for kids and adults Sponsored by: Gates Community Church Missoula Children’s Theater is returning during the event and visiting from Washof Christ, Mill City Christian Church. Mill to Mill City! Open auditions for Beauty ington will be the Olympic Astronomical City Presbyterian Church Lou and the Country Beast will be at More Info: Terri Crall, tcrall@wbcable. Society. Also there will be a special Star Santiam Auditorium on Evergreen St. in Party booklet and scavenger hunt so kid’s of net, 503-897-3090. Mill City, Monday August 29 at 10 am. All kids who audition get to participate! all ages can earn an Astronomy Certificate It’s that time again! The annual cityStudents must have completed Kindergarten of Achievement. wide yard sale event, “Dog Daze”, is Starting the 8th, Thursday afternoon, we 1st through 12 grade and must be available scheduled for Saturday, August 17, 2013. for all practices and performances July 29- will have the children’s program entitled This all-day yard sale brings out hundreds, Aug 2 Build your Own Solar System. This is Fees are $10/child or $20 max/ family where kids can make their own model of the if not thousands, of treasure seekers. Looking for a little extra cash this summer? Free Lunch is available Monday through solar system to take home. Thursday Gather your friends and relatives and hold Friday’s events include Pin the Star on Performances Friday at 7 pm and Saturday the Universe and evening star gazing with a multi-family sale. Sign up to have your at 1 pm sale placed on the Dog Daze map before BLM’s two giant telescopes. Admission $5 for adults, $3 for seniors and Friday, August 9, 2013. Envelopes are Saturday includes Create a Comet at 3 students. PM where everyone can learn what a comet available at Mill City, City Hall; $2.00 for individuals or $5 for businesses and civic is made of and then make a comet to take Youth Benefit Golf Tournament at Elkgroups. horn Valley Golf Course August 3 rd. See home with them and a campfire program more about this annual event to help fund entitled “Comets & Asteroids” at 9:30 PM. Not interested in holding a sale, no probyouth organizations on page 2 of this isAt 3 PM Sunday there will be a flashlight lem, the early bird gets the worm! Maps sue, or contact Mike Long at mikelong@ planetarium program for the kids at the edu- are available at local businesses and each ybgolf.com or call 503.897.4902. cational center and a planetarium program at sale the morning of the 17th. the amphitheater for everyone at 9:30 PM. Make sure to support the fundraising efforts of local civic groups that will be The Stayton Red Hat Strutters will hold Monday, August 12th is the grand finale selling everything from household items to their August 7 luncheon at Thompson Brew to our star party with a 3 PM program Pub and Public House on Liberty, out South “Walk Through the Comet’s Tail” where we clothing to food and drink. Need more information on Dog Daze? Call Salem, 3575 Liberty Rd. S., the restauexplain why we have meteor showers and rant phone is 503-363-7286, at (note time where they come from and the final program City Hall at (503) 897-2302. change) 12:30. Bev Campbell is hostessing at 9:30 PM the Perseids Star Party where and to make your reservation contact her everyone is invited to bring their own tele- “The Community that Cares” Summer Sun Sale Saturday, August 17th at 503-749-1239 or email her at dutchesscope or come view the night sky through ALL DAY firstname.lastname@example.org., if no answer leave one of ours. her a message on her answering machine. Gates Community 503-897-2716 New members and guests are always welKingdom Rock: Where Kids Church of Christ 251 SW 3rd St, Mill City come. Stand Strong for God Vacation “..reaching Bible School (VBS) the canyon Mill City On August 8-12 BLM’s Fishermen’s Bend When: Monday August 12 for Christ.” Mike Stair, Minister Recreation Site West of Mill City will be through Friday August 16 9 AM Sunday School 9:45am hosting a 5 day event; the Perseids Star to Noon June 2, Sunday School will Where: Mill City Presbyterian www.millcitychristianbe at 9:00AM & Worship church.org Service will be at 10AM Church and Mill City Christian 40070 Gates School Rd Church. at the corner of Broadway Sunday Worship (503)897-3210 and SW 3rd, Mill City. email@example.com
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Saturday, July 20 9:00 am Bikeways Meeting at Detroit City Hall. A group dedicated to creating a designated scenic bikeway between Detroit and Estacada. The City of Lyons is preparing for the seventh annual City Wide Garage Sale. Purchasing a garage sale permit will not be required for this event. The City intends that the garage sale will promote reuse as an important part of waste reduction: reduce, reuse, and recycle. Fluorescent garage sale signs reading “The Community that Cares” will be available at the Lyons City Hall through August 16th, 9am to 4pm. For a $1 contribution, you will receive the sign and a map of the locations within the community that are participating in the sale. To be included on the map, you need to register at the Lyons City Hall by August 12th. Maps of the sales will be available beginning August 13th. If you have questions please contact Mary Mitchell at 503-859-2167.
Ongoing Weekly Events 11:30am-12:30pm Mondays-Thursdays Free Lunch for kids ages 1-18 at the Santiam Auditorium Commons. Evergreen St. Mill City. (closed July 1-July 5) Adults eat for $2.
Events This Week Thursday, July18 The dynamic musical/comedy duo Stoddard and Cole will be opening for Kansas, at 6:50 PM at the Linn County Fair in Albany. Entertainment is included with fair admission.
11:45am-12-15 pm Mondays-Thursdays Free lunch for kids ages 1-18 at Lyons Fire Department. (closed July 3 and 4) Adults eat for $1.50.
6:30 pm-8pm Youth Center for 7th-12th grades. Air Hockey, Ping Pong, Foos Ball. FREE. Mill City Baptist Church.
The Reckless Rockhounds, or commonly known as the Canyon’s favorite rock band, has an upcoming CD release party this Friday night, July 19th at Rif’s (formerly the Bottle Factory) in Stayton 1883 W. Ida. The Rockhounds will be debuting their first CD album Kick Down All the Doors
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9am Downward Dog Yoga * New Location!*Gates Fire Hall, Sorbin St. in Gates 10am-3pm Judy’s Art Class at Mill City Eagles Hall. Oil painting, all levels welcome. Weekly on Wednesdays. Drop in, open to all. 503-859-2213 6:30 pm-8pm Youth Center for 7th-12 grades. Air Hockey, Ping Pong, Foos Ball. FREE. Mill City Baptist Church. 7 pm AA meeting at Gates Community Church of Christ 7:30pm AA Meeting Idanha City Hall.
10am-3pm North Santiam Quilters, Gates Church, all levels! 897-2102 12pm Meals on Wheels, Senior Meals. Fellowship Hall, MC Presbyterian Church. Ruth:503 897-2204 3:30-5pm Good News Club at Mill City Baptist Church. Kids K-4 grade. Bible stories, singing, games, snack. Free. 815 Santiam Blvd. change ad 4pm “Weight Watchers at Work” at Santiam High School Library. 5:30-8pm Youth Movie Night Ages 10-18 Mill City Christian Church. Kids MUST be picked up by 8:15. Free. Not held on weeks with Friday school. 6pm Bible Study at Living Water Church of God, Sorbin St. Gates. 7-9pm Bingo with the Idanha Detroit Fire Dept, every other Thursday at the Detroit City Hall meeting room.
Free Knife Sharpening Friday at Gene’s Meat Market in Mehama (limit 5 please). At the flashing yellow light on Hwy 22. 6:30pm Youth Group at Mill City Baptist Church 7th grade to 24 years. 815 NW Santiam Blvd. Sunday.
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Drinking and driving end in serious wreck on Little North Fork A Salem man is in critical condition and another under arrest following a single-vehicle crash near Gates. Marion County Deputies were called at 8:15pm, Sunday, to the 35000 block of North Fork Road. They found a white 2007 heavily damaged. Suzuki had crashed into a tree. The preliminary investigation by Sr. Deputy Jerry Wollenschlaeger and Deputy Sean Banks revealed that the car had been traveling down the hill on North Ford Road when it failed to negotiate a left turn and crashed into a tree. The turn is the beginning of an “S” turn and is prominently
marked with warning signs and arrows. The car left the roadway before crashing into the tree. Deputies learned that the car had been occupied by five people. The driver was identified as Zachariah Quinn Buczynski, 20, of Salem. Buczynski was uninjured. A rear seat passenger was identified as Nathaniel Miller, 20, of Salem. Miller received critical head injuries when the car impacted the tree. He was flown by helicopter to the Oregon Health & Sciences University Hospital in Portland. He remains there in critical condition. The passenger in the right front seat was a male in his 20’s. He walked away from
the scene after the crash but was later found by an Oregon State Trooper and returned to the crash site. He was treated for a minor head wound. His name is not available at this time. Two female passengers in their 20’s were uninjured. They were riding with Miller in the rear passenger area. Their names are not available at this time. Deputies found open containers of alcohol in the vehicle. Buczynski was transported to the hospital for treatment of a minor injury. He admitted drinking before the crash., was arrested and booked at the Marion County Jail; charged with Driving under the Influence, Assault 3, and three counts of Reckless Endangerment. He posted bail Monday evening and was released pending his next court appearance.
Linn County Sheriff Report June 30-July 5 07/07/13 Time: 7:57 HARASSMENT RPT BROADWAY ST Mill City Caller advice he is being harassed by two people. And he doesnt feel safe in his apt. One of these people threw a rock at callers head. 07/07/13 Time: 9:17 WELF CHECK DOGWOOD ST Lyons METCOM: Caller advised that she has been staying with Milton Seaman 07/07/13 Time: 10:13 TRESPASS LYONS MILL CITY DR Linn County Found beer cans at an old pump house, and have been keeping an eye on it and there are now more. Someone has been sleeping there. Caller advi she has found more 07/07/13 Time: 20:24 JUVCOMPLAINT 2ND AV Mill City 4 juveniles headed EB Caller reporting when the boys walked by his house it appeared that one of them took a rifle out of a blk case. 07/10/13 Time: 11:58 KINGSTON-LYONS DR Linn County Caller advised there is a dead deer in the middle of Kingston-Lyons Dr. 07/10/13 Time: 15:59 HAZTRAFFIC COLE SCHOOL RD Linn County cow on the road near location black in color 07/10/13 Time: 16:10 UNAUTHORIZED ENTRY TO MOTOR VEHICLE 10
JUNIPER ST Lyons Caller reporting her van was broke into, CD and case were taken, also iphone charger and headset taken along with some change. 07/10/13 Time: 17:13 NEAL PARK RD Linn County JOHN NEAL PARK BOAT RAMP Marion Co has report of a possible missing kayaker, they were able to get the kayak out and it had a wallet with ID, they are requesting deputies go to all the locations on LC 07/10/13 Time: 22:26 CUSTODIAL INTERF ASH ST Lyons Caller has been in touch with Keizer PD and they told her to call for a escort to go pick up her child at listed location from her ex husband. Caller advises that she has 07/11/13 Time: 0:54 SUSPVEHICLE LYONS MILL CITY DR Linn County between lmc dr and railroad right of way. Not occupied and not a hazard. 774 clr 07/11/13 Time: 10:28 ASSTOUTSIDE AGENCY ALDER ST Mill City DHS worker requesting a deputy to respond to the location. Reports of a lot of drug use in the home. 07/11/13 Time: 15:45 ANIMAL COMPLAINT SANTIAM BV Mill City this is next to Circle K in Mill City caller advises there are several goats
and about 10 chickens 07/11/13 Time: 21:21 JUVCOMPLAINT FAIRVIEW ST Mill City KIMMEL PARK Caller reporting the park closed at dusk and they have been invaded by about 15 juveniles. Caller is requesting a deputy drive through and encourage the juveniles to go 07/11/13 Time: 22:25 DISTBDOMESTIC BIRCH ST Lyons Female advising her husband is drunk and is threatening her. Verbal only at this time. There are 4 kids in the house. Only weapons are locked up in the safe. 07/12/13 Time: 9:37 WELF CHECK 5TH AV Mill City GIBBS APARTMENTS Pr would like us to check on Regina Jackson. Pr is concerned as her mother has made some unusual comments. 07/12/13 Time: 12:17 FIREWORKS COMPL GROVE ST Mill City Pr reporting neighbor kids have set off several illegal fireowrks. Some have them have landed in the front yard. 07/12/13 Time: 18:01 HARASSMENT RPT 1ST AV Mill City MILL CITY CITY HALL caller reports that male susp was harassing her son and his friends, while they were skateboarding near City Hall male susp actually came up and put his hands on her son
07/12/13 Time: 23:09 DISTBOTHER Subjects have a large campfire, embers are not staying in the fire ring. Caller asked them to make the fire smaller 07/13/13 Time: 3:56 ASSTOUTSIDE AGENCY SANTIAM BV Mill City CIRCLE K MILL CITY Caller reporting his wife was taking some friends to Breitenbush around 2100 hrs. They were waiting at location for another veh to follow them to the campground. She is 07/13/13 Time: 19:19 JUVCOMPLAINT 5TH ST Lyons MARI LINN SCHOOL PR says that there are jvnls at location going where there construction things. PR says she did tell them to leave but would like extra patrol tonight. 7/13/13 Time: 20:33 SUSPVEHICLE Block LINN BV Mill City TRIO TAVERN Caller reporting a male blowup doll with male genitalia in full view of the public. CHILDREN ARE WALKING BY. (in the Jeep) 07/13/13 Time: 20:52 TRESPASS Block MAIN ST Lyons 7/14/13 Caller has asked to leave her property and won’t leave He’s on foot, wearing purple shirt and blk shorts
Services Directory Autobody & Paint Canyon Auto Rebody 21916 Ferry Rd. SE, Mehama www.canyonautorebody.com (503) 859-3247
Classic Auto and Tire Center 48347 Lyons-Mill City Drive, Mill City(503)897-2256
Lyons Timbertown Resale Home accessories, gifts, more. 1313 Main St. Lyons. 503-859-4054; 503-507-1326. Facebook.
Canyon Bookkeeping and Accounting 503-859-4652 firstname.lastname@example.org
GROW EDC: Free & confidential business & non-profit consulting.info@ growsantiam.org 503-871-5188
Canyon Espresso at the corner of Hwy 22 and Gates Hill Rd., (503) 897-6031
WidmerWeb Design (503) 569-1229 www.widmerweb.com
Hueller Construction Inc. CCB #114169 www.huelleconstruction.com 503-859-3575.
to get you business seen in the directory call Karen at (503)990-3037
Siegmund Landscape, Excavation and Supply (503)769-6291
Gabriel Smith licensed locksmith: lock repair, keys, parts. OCLS #5373 Smithlockoutservices@live.com (541)519-2410
Curt’s Place Rental Suite in Gates. www.curtsplace.net (503)897-6126 Adventure Vacation Homes 528N.E. Santiam Blvd. (Hwy 22) Mill City (503) 897-6500 www.adventurevacationhomes.com Elkhorn Valley Inn B&B 33016 North Fork Road S.E, Lyons (503) 897-3033 www.elkhornvalleyinn.com facebook Lodge at Detroit Lake 175 Detroit Ave, Detroit (503) 854-3344 www.lodgeatdetroitlake.com All Seasons Motel 130 Breitenbush Road, Detroit (503) 854-3421 www.allseasonsmotel.net Elkhorn Valley Inn B&B 33016 North Fork Road S.E, Lyons (503) 897-3033 www.elkhornvalleyinn.com facebook
Detroit Lake Marina 115 Breitenbush Road, Detroit www.detroitlakemarina. com 503 854-3423. Kane’s Marina 530 Clester Rd., Detroit (503) 854-3362
Mole and Gopher Removal
Old West Enforcement Professionals NRA#1787-91947 BCI# 1102466 503580-9397 www.oldwestprosconcealandcarry.com
Health and Wellness
Chiropractic Physicians Clinic and Wellness Center 11247 Grove St., Mehama (503)859-2181 Santiam Healing Arts Reconnective, energetic healing for all. Special Canyon pricing. Colleen Samuel (503) 897-3357 Mill City Dental (503)897-2353 Mill City Pharmacy 218 S.W. Broadway, Mill City (503) 897-2331 Santiam Medical Clinic 280 S. 1st Ave. Mill City (503) 897-4100
Heating and Cooling
Lyons Heating & Cooling Inc. CCB#96400 (503)859-2325 www.lyonsheating.net
Mountain High Grocery and Gifts 220 D St. Detroit, (503)854-3696 Detroit Market and Supplies 100 Detroit Ave. N. (503) 854-3767 Facebook Mill City Market 829 1st Ave. Mill City 503-897-2006www.smhselectmarket.com
LandCare learn more at www.land-care.com 503-897-5200
Into the Wild Equine Adventures (503)586-8072 www.itwtrailrides.com Kayak the Santiam (503)569-1229 www.kayakthesantiam.com www.enrgkayaking.com North Santiam River Trips with Bill Sanderson (503) 897-3301 www.nsrtrips.com The Oregon Experience fishing, rafting drift-boating. (503) 897-3291. www.oregon-experience.com
Pets and Animal Care
Ark Animal Care Veterinary Services (503) 897-6004 email@example.com Santiam Healing Arts Reconnective Healing for your horses and pets.. Colleen Samuel. (503) 897-3357
Gregory J. Johanson, M .Div, Ph.D., NCC Director, Grace Counselling Center. (503)897-4830 firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Mountain Real Estate Sandy Lyness, Broker 280 NE Santiam Blvd, Mill City www.GreenMtRealEstate.com
Restaurants & Dining
Mill City/Gates Rosie’s Mt Coffee House 647 N.E. Santiam Blvd. (Hwy 22) Mill City (503)8972378 www.rosiesscones.com Facebook Giovanni’s Mt.Pizza 146 N.W. Santiam Blvd. (Hwy 22) Mill City (503)897-2614 Mountain Edge Cafe 320 N.W. Santiam Blvd. (Hwy 22) Mill City (503)897-2741 Sierra Restaurant and Market 302 N. Santiam Hwy (Hwy 22) in Gates (503) 897-2210 Lyons/Mehama Trexler Farms 20146 Ferry Rd. SE, Mehama (503)859-4488 www.trexlerfarm. com Facebook Detroit/Idanha Korner Post Resturant 100 Detroit Avenue Detroit (503) 854-3735 The Cedars Restaurant and Lounge 200 N. Detroit Ave, Detroit (503)854-3636 K.C.’s Espresso, Sandwiches and Stuff 210 Forest Ave., Detroit (503)854-3145 Idanha Grill and Store 183 Hwy 22, Idanha (503)854-3354 www.idanhagrill.com facebook Marion Forks Restaurant and Lounge 34970 Hwy 22, Idanha (503)854-3669
Santiam RV Service (503)394-2348
Signs & Graphics
White Water Signs and Graphics (503)804-3613 www.whitewatersigns.com.
Mehama True Value 11267 Grove St. Mehama (503) 859-2257 ww3.truevalue. com/mehamatruevalue/
Red Barn Bar and Grill 916 Main St., Lyons (503)859-2826 facebook Trio Tavern and Food 815 SW Linn Blvd. Mill City (503) 897-3380 facebook
STR Santiam Towing and Recovery 1-877-859-5757 www.strtowing.com
Camp firewood at Hardwood Components, 20573 Hwy 22 in Mehama (503)859-2144
Weddings Your Way All seasons, indoors or out, all denominations. Colleen Samuel (503) 897-3357. 11
.75 Sharing the Eddy at Hammond Park in Mill City Sun-
day was the play of the day. Congregants of Mill City Baptist took advantage of the beautiful day for some picturesque baptisms(right), while entusiastic thrill seekers got some kayak intructions from the guides Tim Widmer and Eric “Ducky” Munroe from eNRG in the Canyon (at left).
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