Kalapuya

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a member of the North American Indian people of Oregon

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In the course of the study, however, a ruptured City of Albany sanitary sewer line was found approximately one-third of a mile upstream from the park on the south bank of the Calapooia River.
Agent for the Molalla Band of Molallas and Calapooia Band of
The creek feeds into the Calapooia River, a tributary of the Willamette River, Kucinski said.
Bring blankets to the park at dusk for fireworks over the Calapooia River; historicbrownsville.
The Calapooia Reflections Museum in Sutherlin will be showcasing vintage bicycles at the Sutherlin Community Center, 150 S.
The Calapooia Reflections Museum in Sutherlin showcases vintage bicycles at Sutherlin Community Center, 150 S.
The Calapooia Watershed Council in Brownsville will receive $10,000 for the first year of a possible two-year grant to put on a multisport, "Paddle Me River Relay" to engage the Brownsville-Albany community in stream restoration.
University of Oregon chemist David Tyler was at the Calapooia Brewing Co.
The power lines skirt the Calapooia River, Muddy Creek and the Willamette River, where chub, chinook and steelhead pass, and there may be some short-term bother to the fish.
Authorities suspect that Mark Joseph Hardin went missing in the Upper Calapooia area near Holley.
Deputies located Hardin's Chevy Lumina parked along Upper Calapooia Road, in an area in which he sometimes hikes.
She worked as a teacher for many years at schools in Lane and Douglas counties, beginning in a one-room school house in Calapooia and ending with 20 years in North Douglas School District in Drain.
He landed on the north bank of the Calapooia River, and his vehicle continued down the bank until it stopped with its front tires submerged in the river.
The research team studied five sub-basins in the Willamette River drainage - the Luckiamute River, Mary's River and Long Tom River on the west side of the valley, and the Calapooia River and Muddy Creek on the east side.
The event, sponsored by the Calapooia Food Alliance, costs $10 per person or $20 per family and includes refreshments and dance instruction.