Lebanon Local

Lebanon Local Local newspaper focused on community news, human interest stories, helpful information and business communication opportunities for Lebanon, Ore.

Local newspaper focused community news, human interest stories, helpful information and business communication opportunities for Lebanon, Ore.

https://www.sweethomenews.com/story/2020/05/06/news/sketch-depicts-possible-likeness-of-woman-whose-remains-were-found-n...
05/07/2020
Sketch depicts possible likeness of woman whose remains were found near Gordon Road

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The public is being asked for help in identifying human remains found April 3 near Gordon Road, east of Sweet Home. Sheriff Jim Yon said his detectives and the Oregon State Medical Examiner's Office are continuing their investigation and have determined that the partially skeletonized remains are th...

ICYMI, view our gallery of photos around town during life in COVID times, and read how businesses and people are affecte...
05/07/2020
Lebanon lives with COVID-19 | Lebanon Local

ICYMI, view our gallery of photos around town during life in COVID times, and read how businesses and people are affected by it.

https://www.lebanonlocalnews.com/lebanon-lives-with-covid-19/

Home News Front Page Lebanon lives with COVID-19 NewsFront PageYour Community Lebanon lives with COVID-19 By Sarah Brown - April 21, 2020 1010 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter JODY STOCK waits for a football thrown by his daughter Sophia Stock during an impromptu game of catch during quarantine....

05/06/2020
Linn County Commissioner Position 3 Primary Election - Hear The Candidates!

Ballots for the primaries are in your mail, and we have all the info on your candidates.

Lebanon Local - New Era teamed up with the Lebanon and Sweet Home chambers of commerce to host a forum of the candidates for (https://youtu.be/_FR_kqlQXT0)
**************** LINN COUNTY COMMISSIONER ***************

Be informed. Pick up a copy of the April/May issue of Lebanon Local to read our Q&As, and watch the forum on YouTube via the link above.

*Note: Candidates William Schrader and Jack Tacy were not available for the forum.

Linn County Commissioner Position 3 Primary Election - Hear The Candidates!

Ballots for the primaries are in your mail, and we have all the info on your candidates.Lebanon Local - New Era teamed u...
05/06/2020

Ballots for the primaries are in your mail, and we have all the info on your candidates.

Lebanon Local - New Era teamed up with the Lebanon and Sweet Home chambers of commerce to host a forum of the candidates for (https://youtu.be/8H6bLfDyw1Y)
********************* HOUSE DISTRICT 17 ********************

There is only one democrat running for the seat, so she is not included in this section. Lebanon Local will run another elections issue to learn more about her and her Republican running mate when the general election arrives this Fall.

Be informed. Pick up a copy of the April/May issue of Lebanon Local to read our Q&As, and watch the forum on YouTube via the link above.

We're getting ready to share with you a recorded forum of the candidates for our House Representative and County Commiss...
04/23/2020

We're getting ready to share with you a recorded forum of the candidates for our House Representative and County Commissioner for the primary elections.
Be sure to pick up a copy of our print edition to read Q&A's from each of the candidates, too.

Lebanon Local's cover photo
04/23/2020

Lebanon Local's cover photo

Tony Farque has been trying to retire for three years now, we're told. He's still at it, sharing his vast knowledge of t...
04/10/2020
Forest Service veteran presents Santiam Wagon Road history to museum organizers | Lebanon Local

Tony Farque has been trying to retire for three years now, we're told. He's still at it, sharing his vast knowledge of the history of the very area we live in.

http://www.lebanonlocalnews.com/forest-service-veteran-presents-santiam-wagon-road-history-to-museum-organizers/

Home News Your Community Forest Service veteran presents Santiam Wagon Road history to museum organizers NewsYour Community Forest Service veteran presents Santiam Wagon Road history to museum organizers By Sarah Brown - March 17, 2020 377 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Tony Farque presents an...

Samaritan noted the stack of applications is a little thin this year. Anyone needing scholarship assistance for the heal...
04/09/2020
Samaritan accepting applications for medical scholarships | Lebanon Local

Samaritan noted the stack of applications is a little thin this year. Anyone needing scholarship assistance for the health care industry is encouraged to apply.

http://www.lebanonlocalnews.com/samaritan-accepting-applications-for-medical-scholarships/

Home News Your Community Samaritan accepting applications for medical scholarships NewsYour Community Samaritan accepting applications for medical scholarships By Lebanon Local News - March 13, 2020 267 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Lebanon Local News The Lebanon Community Hospital Foundation...

This year's Hall of Fame event has been postponed until next year.
04/07/2020
Four LHS alums to be Hall of Fame inductees | Lebanon Local

This year's Hall of Fame event has been postponed until next year.

Home News Front Page Four LHS alums to be Hall of Fame inductees NewsFront PageYour Community Four LHS alums to be Hall of Fame inductees By Lebanon Local News - March 17, 2020 651 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Inductees from 2019 stand with Dorothy Page at the Hall of Fame banquet. Photo by....

http://www.lebanonlocalnews.com/commissioner-gives-local-retirees-first-person-account-of-timber-trial/
03/27/2020
Commissioner gives local retirees first-person account of Timber Trial | Lebanon Local

http://www.lebanonlocalnews.com/commissioner-gives-local-retirees-first-person-account-of-timber-trial/

Home News Commissioner gives local retirees first-person account of Timber Trial NewsYour Community Commissioner gives local retirees first-person account of Timber Trial By Scott Swanson - March 17, 2020 211 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter By Scott Swanson Of The New Era Linn County Commission...

This year's Strawberry Festival will be postponed one month, but it will accompany the Star Spangled Celebration, making...
03/26/2020
Strawberry Festival postponed to July with Star Spangled Celebration | Lebanon Local

This year's Strawberry Festival will be postponed one month, but it will accompany the Star Spangled Celebration, making for the Willamette Valley's biggest 4th of July event.

http://www.lebanonlocalnews.com/strawberry-festival-postponed-to-july/

Home News Strawberry Festival postponed to July with Star Spangled Celebration NewsYour Community Strawberry Festival postponed to July with Star Spangled Celebration By Lebanon Local News - March 26, 2020 5 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter The World’s Largest Shortcake rolls through town. It ...

http://www.lebanonlocalnews.com/osaa-board-extends-ban-on-high-school-athletic-competitions-practices-through-april-28/
03/19/2020
OSAA Board extends ban on high school athletic competitions, practices through April 28 | Lebanon Local

http://www.lebanonlocalnews.com/osaa-board-extends-ban-on-high-school-athletic-competitions-practices-through-april-28/

Home Uncategorized OSAA Board extends ban on high school athletic competitions, practices through April... Uncategorized OSAA Board extends ban on high school athletic competitions, practices through April 28 By Lebanon Local News - March 18, 2020 5 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Following Gov...

We couldn't fit this in our print edition, but we have it online as a reminder that child abuse prevention month is comi...
03/15/2020
Class to teach participants how to recognize child abuse | Lebanon Local

We couldn't fit this in our print edition, but we have it online as a reminder that child abuse prevention month is coming up.
http://www.lebanonlocalnews.com/class-to-teach-participants-how-to-recognize-child-abuse/

Home News Your Community Class to teach participants how to recognize child abuse NewsYour Community Class to teach participants how to recognize child abuse By Sarah Brown - March 14, 2020 402 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Dala Johnson tells people they can make a difference by promoting saf...

The Lebanon School District will provide emergency meals for children up to she 18.Read the flier for more information
03/14/2020

The Lebanon School District will provide emergency meals for children up to she 18.
Read the flier for more information

Lebanon Local's cover photo
03/14/2020

Lebanon Local's cover photo

03/14/2020

The Lebanon Chamber of Commerce put out a "Call for Help."

"Our beloved Veteran’s Home is filled with dedicated employees who are working their tails off night and day in this moment of crisis. Can Lebanon show them some love? I know we can, and here’s what that love can look like. And taste like.

They have around 90 employees on their day shift, and around 30 on their NOC shift. What they think that love would look/taste like is for a restaurant, or some restaurants, to send food over to feed their staff. This is a very emotional time for them, as it is for many of our community.

We know this is a very tall order, but if you can send them a meal from a local restaurant, please contact Suzanne at 541.497.7285 to coordinate."

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As our next State Representative from House District 17 which includes the communities of Detroit, Gates, Idanha, Lebanon, Lyons, Mill City, Scio, Stayton, Sublimity, Sweet Home, Lacomb, Waterloo, Crabtree, and Shaw. My priorities will be to protect our way of life, while ensuring that our state government addresses the most critical needs for the people in my community. My Pledge I spent four decades of working in the toughest, most dangerous profession in Oregon. I’ve also had the opportunity to lead as a local problem solver. Now, I’m ready to use my experience as a father, business owner, former Mayor, and community advocate for my neighbors by representing us in the Legislature. My pledge to you is that I will lead with an open door and an open mind, and with the courage of my convictions. As a community-first representative, I will vote for the people in my district, not special interests, and stay focused on the issues that matter most. Fund education first and prioritize voter-approved Measure 98 funding. The Education budget should be the first, legislatively adopted budget of each biennium so school districts can have the funds they need to educate Oregon’s children. By a wide margin in 2016, voters approved full-funding for Career & Technical Education (CTE), but the legislature didn’t keep their end of the deal, cutting Measure 98 funding by almost half in the first year alone. High school CTE classes are an important pathway to a family-wage job for students who aren’t on a four-year university track. I’m committed to restoring Measure 98 funding. Defend small businesses from unreasonable taxes and regulations. As a small business owner for nearly 20 years, I understand how difficult it is to keep the doors open. In recent years, the biggest threat to the success of Oregon businesses is the lawmakers who have voted to seriously harm our companies by passing increased fees, taxes, and mandates. Many of us simply can’t keep up. We need a pro-business majority in the legislature. In Salem, I will be a voice and a vote for the business owners in my district. Provide dignity and care to our seniors. I lost both my parents to the ravages of dementia-related illness. The day my mother no longer recognized me will stay with me forever. The cost of caring for seniors in our community shouldn’t decimate family bank accounts. The legislature has a responsibility to ensure the quality of care. Long term care facilities should be actively monitored and held accountable for how they use our tax dollars. The most important thing we can do for our “Greatest Generation” is ensure they can age comfortably, safely, and with dignity. Oppose tolls and ensure transportation funds build roads. Voters have been very clear: they oppose freeway tolls and they want our gas taxes going to road infrastructure. As our next representative, I will oppose legislation that attempts to implement freeway tolls, vehicle mileage taxes, or any other scheme to take money out of residents’ pockets for the “privilege” to drive. I will also work to ensure the $4.5 billion-dollar ODOT budget gets prioritized for new road infrastructure. Protect our rural way of life from attacks. Our farming, mining, fishing, and timber communities are struggling to survive against the onslaught of rules and regulations supported by ultra-urban lawmakers and special interests who seem to think our rural neighborhoods and workplaces are their public playgrounds. My votes in Salem will protect my neighbors from laws that make it harder to live and work in rural communities. Address climate change and environmental issues responsibly. Everyone wants clean air and a clean environment. We can get there without job-killing bills like HB 2020, the Cap and Trade tax. Let’s discuss climate change and other environmental issues responsibly, but without any hyperbole, hysteria, and propaganda. Taxing pollution doesn’t stop pollution, it just raises new taxes. As a logger, I believe the answer to sequestering more carbon lies in healthy forest management (including mitigating wildfire), so let’s start there. Ensure ALL of our constitutional rights are upheld. Our fundamental founding documents, the United States and Oregon Constitutions, must be upheld. As a military veteran, I took an oath to defend the rights guaranteed in our Constitutions and as our next representative, I’ll keep that promise! I support the rights of responsible gun owners to keep and bear arms in the manner they choose for themselves for self-defense, shooting sports, and hunting. Please visit my campaign website to learn more!
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Is there a Lebanon classifieds page? Someplace that I can post a request for a handyman to come look at my rental home in Lebanon?
Come work with me!!!! Full benefits from day 1, great pay, and earn a monthly bonus as well!! Assurant is having a job fair this Wednesday April 24th at 10am, noon, and again at 2pm. Walk-ins are welcome!! Tell them I sent ya!!
Dala's Blue Angels spent Saturday turning Lebanon Blue. April is Child Abuse Awareness month. Walk a Mile 5k run. Event is April 6th
Fill free to share our post. Lady's self-defense March 30th 1pm to 3:30pm Only $10 person Ages 13 on up. Location is Master Patton's UWTA 96 East Sherman Street Lebanon Oregon 97355 (541)405-3805 Sign up today. 😉👍 #ladysselfdefense #selfdefense #safety #protection
THANK YOU to our sponsors for this years walk.
Are you kidding me? “There’s a Catch 22, where if you provide these resources it’s going to attract more,” he said. “So we want to help them out but we also don’t want to create a good place to be homeless.” David Albanese https://democratherald.com/albany/lebanon-police-work-to-shift-thinking-on-panhandling/article_028b2a29-5879-51ee-9441-1b1e4c2d3eff.html https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1959108917716826&id=1941583392802712