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Past articles by Annette:

Stayton Elementary hosts movie, paint nights

Fun for funds at Stayton ElementaryFun for funds at Stayton Elementary → Read More

Local author investigates the ghosts of Oregon history

Arndt will brush the dust off history when he speaks at the Stayton Library at 7 p.m., Thursday, January 18, as part of the Stayton Public Library Author Series. → Read More

Volunteers, donations needed for annual Santiam homeless count

Field teams will be surveying in Detroit, Idanha, Mill City, Aumsville, Jefferson and Stayton on Jan. 31. → Read More

Stayton artist burns up the scene

A photographic collection called “Field Burns,” which will be on exhibit at Portland State University’s Broadway Gallery from January 24 to May 15. → Read More

Dollar General now officially open in Aumsville

The Dollar General store in Aumsville is the latest in the national chain’s flock, which has been moving into the mid-Willamette Valley throughout the year. → Read More

Annual poinsettia sale benefits students, hospital

Proceeds support the Santiam Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship Fund which awards local-area students who are enrolled in or entering a qualified medical field. → Read More

Aumsville Community Theatre offers holiday entertainment

The Aumsville Community Theatre has plenty to offer for holiday entertainment to keep the spirit alive. → Read More

Sublimity Light Parade sparks up the holiday season

The city of Sublimity will be lighting up the holidays this Saturday, Dec. 2, for the Sublimity Light Parade. This year’s theme is “Christmas in the Country.” → Read More

Catering to the Stayton community at the Covered Bridge Cafe

If you simply can’t wait to dig into a Thanksgiving Day meal, the Covered Bridge Cafe has the answer. → Read More

Life and death are explored in Cascade High School production

The Cascade High School theater department opens its season with a production of the dramedy “The Tin Woman,” running Friday through Sunday, Nov. 17 to 19. → Read More

Oregon historian to speak at Stayton Library

Oregon author Barbara Mahoney will speak at the Stayton Public Library at 7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 16, in the E.G. Siegmund Meeting Room. → Read More

Creative gifts still available at United Methodist Church

Early holiday shoppers still have a chance to find something unique during the last day of the annual Stayton United Methodist Church Holiday Bazaar. → Read More

Bringing joy into the Mid-Valley for the holidays

Now that Halloween has passed, the holiday season is about to begin in earnest. → Read More

Dollar General enters the commercial scene throughout the Mid-Willamette Valley

In 2015, the Tennessee-based company decided to move forth into theretofore untapped territory in Maine, Rhode Island and Oregon. → Read More

Unmask the mystery of Medicare at Santiam Hospital

If the Medicare and Medicaid mazes are a conundrum, Santiam Hospital will help navigate the labyrinth at the Medicare Resource Fair to be held from 2 to 6 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 7, at the Santiam Hospital Freres Auditorium, 1401 N. 10th Ave., Stayton. → Read More

Stayton High drama goes Wilde

Oscar Wilde’s witty dialogue will fill the Stayton High School Auditorium when the school presents the “The Importance of Being Earnest,” Thursday and Friday, Nov. 3 and 4. → Read More

Ghosts and ghouls come out of the woods at Camp Taloali

Camp Taloali will hold its annual Halloween in the Woods from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 28. → Read More

New York Times best-selling author to speak at Stayton Public Library

Oregon author Therese Oneill will speak at the Stayton Public Library at 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 19. → Read More

Stayton school on a trail to reading success

Representatives from Scholastic Books and arrived Oct. 5 to present the school with the national first place award for the Spring 2017 Scholastic Book Fair National Elementary School Contest. → Read More

Famous BBQ Chicken returns to St. Boniface Church

Back in the days of the Tin Lizzie (Ford Model T), St. Boniface Church in Sublimity held its first community chicken dinner. → Read More