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Letter from the President – April 2021

Spring has sprung Isn’t it funny how a little sunshine in our lives can make every day easier to face? Walking outside this morning I saw all the little perennials popping up through the ground, and the yellow, blue and purple made me realize that there is still life all around me […]

Tamolitch Pool Draft Environmental Assessment now available for review and comment

Source: USDA Forest Service The Tamolitch Pool (Blue Pool) Draft Environmental Assessment (Draft EA) has been completed and is now available for review and comment.The McKenzie River Ranger District is proposing a project at Tamolitch Pool (commonly known as Blue Pool) in order to create a recreation site that can maintain sustainable […]

Taya Brock is Amazing!

Taya Brock of Takoda’s as nominated by someone in the community. Taya and Daniel provided many meals  and support for first responders. and fire fighters during the fire. They were awarded $500

SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans Available

to Oregon Small Businesses SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Small non-farm businesses in 18 Oregon counties and neighboring counties in California and Idaho are now eligible to apply for low‑interest federal disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration, announced Director Tanya N. Garfield of SBA’s Disaster Field Operations Center-West. These loans offset economic losses because of reduced revenues […]

Mickey Sullivan is Amazing!

Outstanding Community Member Mickey Sullivan of McKenzie Valley Pump was nominated by Cora Lee Morissey. Cora Lee expressed that Mickey lost everything in the fire and owner Ted West lost his shop and tools, and yet they were still working to help everyone on the river. She said she could not thank […]

Outstanding Community Members

Last fall the fires were devastating to our community. Yet in the middle of it all, we as a community stepped up to care for each other. There aren’t enough words that can fully express the gratitude we feel to everyone who has reached out a helping hand. A few people were […]

Grants for Venues

The Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) program was established by the Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act to provide emergency assistance to eligible venues affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.

Grants for Rural Small Businesses Develop & Market New Products

USDA Announces Grants for Rural Small Businesses Develop & Market New Products

They want to help small businesses in rural areas. Deadline to apply is May 4th.

Hazardous Tree Removal Q & A

3/4/21 – Join us for a Q & A with ODOT on tree removal – get answers and share your concerns.

Hosted by McKenzie River Locals Helping Locals

Hazard Tree Removal Update

“Why are so many trees that are still green being cut down?” – answered by Oregon Debris Management Task Force