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Vote for Community Council

It that time again when we have the opportunity to actually go to a poll to vote! The election for members of the Community Council will be held on election day, Nov. 8, at the grange. The poll will... Full story

 

Trout Lake Fair board seeking mementos from past fairs

This is the 50th anniversary of the Trout Lake Fair, which is being held July 31 through Aug. 2 this year. The Fair Board is looking for information, pictures, posters, tee shirts from all of the...

 

Many opportunities to help others

Tis the season for good works. If you have not done yours yet for this year now is the time and Trout Lake is the place. The annual Thanksgiving donations, now being accepted at the Baptist Church,...

 

Trout Lake Fair seeks Baking Contest organizer

Just like last month, get the paper, read the column and immediately rush out to attend the Senior Dinner, which will be held on Thursday, Oct. 10, the day the paper arrives. The dinner starts at 5 p....

 

Dinner to benefit TL school's Farm2School program

Hurry, Hurry, Hurry Read the column, get the information, then rush right out and attend the Senior Dinner, held on Thursday, Sept., 12 in the school multipurpose room. The event starts at 4 p.m....

 

Volunteers sought for arts festival and bicycle tour

So the weather this spring has been very odd; hot for this time of year and very dry alternating with periods of more normal cold temperatures and rain showers. Although there was one good rain last w...

 

TL show presents range of local talent

The food was substantial and tasty, the performances were riveting and the applause was loud at the second annual Trout Lake Variety Show on Saturday night. In addition there was the satisfaction of...

 

TL Business Association gives out $3,000 in grants

April will be a busy, busy month here in Trout Lake. But first to wrap up March, at the Community Council meeting the feasibility study for a possible sewer system in the part of Trout Lake zoned...

 

Art, competitions, sewer system, read all about it

Remember to attend the Community Council meeting on March 6 at 7 p.m., in the school in the home economics room for the discussion of the possibility of constructing a sewer system in the area of...

 

Cabin fever? Festival set for Feb. 9-10

Suddenly Trout Lake is a busy place with a lot to write about this week. Feast or famine is what they say. I much prefer a feast of news items, makes it so much easier to write the column. Spirit...

 

Winter gear swap Sunday at TL Grange

Winter is still on the way according to the calendar but this gloomy rain and the grey skies make it feel as if it is already here. Just in time to prepare for the coming season there will be a...

 

Need help with your gadget? Come to techno-night

On Saturday, Nov. 3, the Friends of Mount Adams had their second annual science based conference about Mount Adams. This year the subject was the Flora and Fauna of Mount Adams. It was quite...

 

Feedback wanted for supplemental living plan in TL

Fall has definitely arrived in Trout Lake, shorter days and colder nights, 22 degrees one night recently, but the Cascade Creek fire chugs along despite the changes in light and temperature. Luckily...

 

TL Fair winners announced, Cricket workshop coming

The Trout Lake Fair has come and gone, bigger and better than ever, leaving in its wake a raft of winners. In the Yarn and Thread Contest the high score winner and raffle winner was Corinne Livedson....

 

Packed house at Festival of Arts, next up Trout Lake Fair

So the Trout Lake Festival of the Arts is over and it seems to have been another successful festival despite the somewhat odd weather; thunderstorms...

 

Big events in Trout Lake, past and future

First, graduation took place Friday night. The graduating class consisted of 12 seniors, a slightly larger class than usual, while the class of 2016, which graduated from eighth grade this year had...

 

TL post office to reduce hours of operation

This week is full of sky related events with the partial eclipse of the sun on May 20, and the lecture on meteorites on May 24. I was hoping to see the eclipse but the sun was also eclipsed by clouds...

 

Annual rummage sale seeking donations

Hurry, hurry, hurry! This week is your last chance to apply for the Adult Continuing Education Scholarship offered by the Trout Lake Grange. Applications are due by April 30. This scholarship,...

 

TL business association to consider grant applications

I saw a robin today, a really good sign that Spring is on its way.  This column seems to be full of opportunities available to the community.  Some of the information will be disseminated at the...

 

Community spirit alive and well in Trout Lake

The massive and tenacious storm has finally gone and the power is back on, everything is open and life is good again.  It was a unique experience. To quote a Trout Lake resident speaking about the...

 

Trout Lake students collecting clothing for school in Honduras

We wish our readers a very healthy and pleasant New Year. A year free as much as possible of the twists and kinks, hills and valleys that life’s road can develop.   The seventh and eight grade clas...

 

TL school presents holiday program;

Just beautiful weather here recently, sunny, cold but sunny,  and no snow!  It is so nice to be able to take walks without worrying about slipping or having to labor through the snow.  Though, I...

 

Budget cuts force closure of Northwest Service Academy

Halloween was a very busy time in Trout Lake this year.  The town was appropriately dressed with well carved Halloween pumpkins, corn stalks, and decorations gracing the front of the Station...

 

Get Tom Reynolds’ view from the bench Tuesday at TL Presbyterian church

It is with regret that we note resignation of Pat Arnold from her newswriter’s position.  After many years (19 or so) of both writing for the column and organizing the writers, Pat has moved on to...

 

Being fire wise: Wildfire protection plan aids in protecting residents from fire danger

The final tally has not been completed; however it appears that the Community Foundation Labor Day Sale was just as successful as last year's sale despite the lack of larger, more expensive items to...

 

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