Miss Lee Becomes Miss Rogue River 2013
After months of planning, fundraising, a big crab feed, practicing and rehearsing, then decorating, the four directors of the Miss Rogue River scholarship pageant were ready to see the fruits of their labors find success. Veteran pageant directors Maggie Clark and Autumn Boat brought on Jill Smith and Nadine Roper to help with the various tasks of getting a pageant together for a good amount of (Subscribe for full story)
Outcasts Host Jams in Rogue River
Three years ago, rhythm guitarist Don Johnson recognized a need and offered to fill it. Well-traveled, and savvy in local music circles, Johnson recruited likeminded, fun-loving musicians for his group, fondly dubbed, “The Outcasts.” Several, including Johnson, had once held membership in Oregon’s Old Time Fiddlers (OTF.) Some still retain that cherished status (Subscribe for full story)
Leading Others with a Great Heart
It's probably no surprise Taylor Lamar is looking into going into health care as a career. She's been around health care workers a lot for parts of her life. Not many might know their role any better than she. Lamar will graduate with her class at Rogue River Junior/Senior High School on June 11. "I've been looking forward to this since, like, sophomore year," she said, with a laugh. She is already enrolled at Corban University, a Christian college in Salem. She will study Health (Subscribe for full story)
Arden Ensemble Presents...
The Rogue River Junior/Senior High School's Arden Ensemble presents: "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown." A musical of childish proportions! Performances held at the Rogue River Elementary School-West gym (the old Middle School gym). There are four opportunities to see this production including Friday, May 10; Saturday, May 11; Friday, May 17; and Saturday, May 18. This Play begins at 7pm at each of the show dates. Tickets will be sold at the door. Austin Kelly takes on the role of Charlie Brown. Adults: $6, Kids, Students and Seniors: $5