Written August 22nd, 2018 by Hasso Hering
Love’s Travel Stop in Millersburg has been open for a week, and I finally made my way there to take a look.
Written June 24th, 2018 by Hasso Hering
Wondering how things were coming along at the new Love’s Travel Stop and Country Store, I took a ride out to Millersburg on Saturday.
Written April 7th, 2018 by Hasso Hering
The good news is that traffic delays because of bridge construction on Old Salem Road in Millersburg will end sooner than expected.
Written December 9th, 2017 by Hasso Hering
Building the planned Love’s Travel Center in Millersburg is taking longer than anticipated. That’s the word I got when I checked with City Hall this week after taking a look at the site on Old Salem Road.
Written September 2nd, 2017 by Hasso Hering
To get to the Simpson Park Trail, you pass what is advertised as the boater access on First Lake. But the conditions are such that there’s no great rush of boaters at this neglected Albany lake.
Written July 6th, 2017 by Hasso Hering
Andy Olson has followed through on his idea of trying to make use of the Millersburg site where the International Paper company demolished the Albany Paper Mill. The transportation bill he helped write includes an allocation of $25 million for a “Mid-Willamette Valley Transmodal Facility.”
Written April 15th, 2017 by Hasso Hering
Samaritan Health Services may be cutting back on expenses, but it’s also looking to the future, and it sees part of that future in Millersburg. That’s according to a proposed three-way property-and-road agreement between the city of Millersburg, Samaritan and Linn County.
Written January 28th, 2017 by Hasso Hering
The proposed Love’s truck stop in Millersburg may not be a done deal just yet as the city planning commission’s approval of the project has been appealed.
Written April 28th, 2016 by Hasso Hering
Albany’s Talking Water Gardens once again has plenty of water after being almost drained over the past few weeks to help get new plants established in the shallow ponds. The plant cover has been an issue, because without it these constructed wetlands can’t meet their intended purpose of reducing the temperature of water being discharged […]
Written March 20th, 2016 by Hasso Hering
For 11 years now, this bridge on Albany’s Cox Creek has been restricted to one lane, with concrete barriers and piles of gravel closing half of it. It looks like a permanent symbol of our crumbling infrastructure, which in itself may be a sign that our civilization is slowly falling apart.