Agenda - Milton-Freewater City Council - 11/9/15

Milton-Freewater City Council

Milton-Freewater gets $15 million matching school grant

To collect, the Milton-Freewater School District must raise $12.5 million.

Milton-Freewater takes step toward medical pot sales

The City Council is moving toward adopting an ordinance that will allow medical marijuana dispensaries in city limits, but is holding off on deciding the fate of retail pot shops.

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‘Save the Frogs’ hops into action

Once the delight — or dismay — of residents, tourists and media outlets from coast to coast, the frogs of Milton-Freewater are headed for a frog protection program.

Third suspect in Milton-Freewater kidnap case nabbed

The third and final suspect in a September kidnapping in Milton-Freewater has been arrested in Benton County, police said.

Milton-Freewater gallery hosts contest winners

MILTON-FREEWATER — Works by Lori Montgomery and Meredith Dedman, the winners of this year’s Harvest Time Fine Arts Show, are now on exhibit at Arts Portal Gallery, 608 N. Main St. Photographs by Montgomery and watercolors by Dedman will highlight the gallery through the end of October.

Dance lessons offered in Milton-Freewater

MILTON-FREEWATER — Presented by the Muddy Frogs Square Dance Club, Neva and Bill Reid will teach social ballroom jive/swing and modern Western square dance lessons on Sundays at the Milton Freewater Community Building, 109 N.E. Fifth Ave. Classes start this Sunday. There is no charge for the lessons.

Rock to tunes from Down Under at Oldies Night

MILTON-FREEWATER — Rock ’n’ roll was an American invention that inspired a generation of British rockers. Yet a surprising amount of rock music has come from Australia.

Kelly’s changes karaoke schedule

MILTON-FREEWATER — Kelly’s Restaurant and Lounge, 84509 Highway 11, has changed its karaoke to Fridays only, beginning at 9:30 p.m. For details, call 541-938-4247.

Dayton man suspected of several felonies in Milton-Freewater

A Dayton man was arrested Sunday in Milton-Freewater Sunday afternoon for investigation of robbery and kidnapping, among other crimes, according to a Milton-Freewater Police Department news release.

Milton-Freewater voters to decide on city marijuana policy

MILTON-FREEWATER — How the city will handle medical and retail marijuana stores — if permitted at all — will most likely be settled by voters next year.

2014 freeze to echo through 2016 for Milton-Freewater cherry growers

Vern Rodighiero had no idea what was coming.


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