VOLUME 4, NUMBER 247
Thursday, November 16, 2023
Good evening. In the newsletter today: Yesterday, I sat down with Scott Ramsey, the man who has been heavily involved in saving the old College of Philomath building, getting it on the national register and repurposing it into a senior center and other uses. This road began 20 years ago and it’s now beginning to pick up momentum.
Thanks for reading!
Brad Fuqua, publisher/editor
Nonprofit organization’s Scott Ramsey says the long-awaited project to utilize space in the historic structure is beginning to pick up momentum
Perched atop a hill but somewhat hidden on the corner of Pioneer and 10th, the old College of Philomath building represents a peek into the city’s past. A local nonprofit […]
Oregon state revenues are stable with low inflation and unemployment in the economy, according to the December revenue forecast released Wednesday by the Oregon Office […]
The trade-offs between hydropower dams and endangered salmon in the Willamette Valley have been on full display in public feedback in a series of meetings […]
Philomath in Photos
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MONMOUTH — The venue may have been bigger and the game played much faster but Sage Kramer’s appearance with the Westmont College women’s basketball team […]
Philomath High School’s Silas Pittman earned a spot on the all-Oregon West Conference first team and two teammates received recognition as well on the second […]
A review of the Oregon Department of Education’s annual state report cards, discussion of the road project that will connect 16th and Cedar Streets and […]
• Thursday, Nov. 16: Philomath School Board Meeting, 7 p.m.
• Friday, Nov. 17: Square Dance Basics at Summit Grange, 7-9 p.m.
• Saturday, Nov. 18: First Aid/CPR/AED Class at Philomath Fire & Rescue, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
• Saturday, Nov. 18: Mount Union Cemetery Association Annual Meeting, 1 p.m.