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Milo McIver featured in AAA magazine

Milo McIver State Park got a nice little write up in the September/October 2015 issue of “Via” the magazine of the American Automobile Association. The magazine praised the park because “kayakers, disc golfers, anglers, equestrians: They all believe Milo McIver...was made just for them.”

Library fines forgiven in week of Sept. 13

The Estacada Library will waive library fines for books turned in from Sunday, Sept. 13, until 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 19 during Fine Free Week.

If library patron returns overdue books during that week, all fines will be waived. If a patron owes more than $25, the library will split the fine with them. Fines also are waived if a lost item is returned. Lost and missing library cards will be replaced free during this week.

This is a boon for students getting back to school and unable to use the library because of unpaid fines.

Local student receives degree

Anissa Wood was among 8,500 graduates who received degrees from Western Governors University during commencement ceremonies held Saturday, Aug. 15, in Salt Lake City.

Wood completed her bachelor of science degree in nursing.

Founded in 1997, WGU is a nonprofit university, providing flexible degree programs to students online.

Rangers go digital

Fans of Estacada High School Ranger fans can click into a new web site that features Ranger news, scores, schedules, a community directory, photos, videos, livestreams, as well as archival content such as yearbook images. This site is run by an outside company, DigitalTown, and is not affiliated with the high school or school district. The new site, estacadarangers.com, also features a team store with latest gear and apparel. Business owners seeking local visibility can also advertise on the site.