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Wagon Roads From Grand Ronde to the Coast

In the 1860’s, the Indians of the Grand Ronde Indian Reservation needed a route to get to the coast to gather fish. The Indian agents developed a fishery at the Salmon River and allowed the tribes to travel the mountain trials to the river to gather fish. 1,154 more words

Oregon Indians

Devil's Lake and Salmon River Encampment

Devil’s Lake is in Lincoln City, in fact it is the only such lake and state park completely contained within a city in Oregon. The lake extends along the eastern edge of Lincoln City and is defined by a ring of vacation and residential homes which ring the lake on all sides. 1,622 more words

Oregon Indians

Canoeing the Yaquina, Coast Reservation, November 1856

The story of the Coast Reservation of Oregon is complicated. The Coast Reservation is created in 1855 by Presidential Executive Order and then for some months remains undeveloped by the Oregon Indian office. 2,201 more words

Oregon Indians

North Okanagan Bridge won’t be fixed before Christmas

There’s was bad news on Friday for some north Okanagan drivers who were expecting an important commuter bridge to be fixed before Christmas.

The Morgan Bridge on Heywood Armstrong Road has been impassable since early May when flood waters eroded the banks of the Salmon River and washed out part of the bridge. 194 more words


Home Away From Home: SPS Junior Recounts Semester Studying Abroad

(MANDEVILLE, La.) — Beginning on Aug. 7, 2016, SPS junior Hanson Stuckey traveled to Cascade, Idaho, where he began an extensive studying abroad experience rooted in outdoor exposure. 1,212 more words

The World Around Us

Nearly 7 months after it was washed out, province fixing north Okanagan bridge

It could be a Christmas gift for north Okanagan commuters, but it’s been a long time in coming.

For almost seven months, people driving through the Salmon River Valley have had to take a long detour after a bridge was washed out last spring. 242 more words