Mapleton's Junior lineman was named to the first team all-Mountain West League all star team for his work on both offense and defense. He was also named to play in the 8-man All State Game to be held in June.
Honorable mention goes to his teammate, Dominic Wells who was named to the first team All Mountain West squad as a wide receiver and as a defensive end. Wells was also recognized with a 2nd team spot as an offensive utility player.
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Coast Radio’s Our Town will be an amalgam of topics for November. Lane County District Attorney Patty Perlow, Florence Mayor Joe Henry and Lane County’s director of solid waste services will be in the studio to talk about their responsibilities.
“Don’t worry” says Our Town host Bob Sneddon, “they won’t all be in the same segment”.
The program, which airs for the first time Wednesday from four to six pm on KCST, will start off with a phone interview featuring Kimberly Pettina. She’s the Divisional Director of Home Front War Relief and Emergency Disaster Services for the Salvation Army in Oregon and Washington. Pettina will talk about the services her agency provides to all military veterans. She will be in Florence for the Veteran’s Day Parade November 11th.
Personal Banker Dawnell Spencer from Banner Bank will also visit Our Town with some information on the digital chips that began showing up in credit and debit cards recently. The chips are an anti-fraud measure aimed at making your card transactions more secure.
From there, the conversation will shift into solid waste and recycling as Dan Hurley joins Sneddon in the studio for a conversation about the life expectancy of the Short Mountain Landfill. That’s the primary repository of solid waste in Lane County. The County recently opened a new “cell” at Short Mountain. Hurley will also talk about recycling and how residents can reduce the amount of trash that has to be buried.
Lane County District Attorney Patty Perlow will also be on hand. She was recently appointed by Governor Kate Brown to succeed her former boss, Alex Gardner. Perlow has been with the DA’s office since 1989. She has been the Chief Deputy DA since 2008.
Florence Mayor Joe Henry will also be in the studio for a time. He will talk about progress made by the city on several goals set by the city council earlier this year. Henry is nearing completion of his first year in the Mayor’s chair. During his tenure, he says, he and the four councilors have made a lot of progress on those goals.
You can still tune in to KCST, 106.9 FM on the first Wednesday of each month to listen to Our Town, but if you miss it, you can tune in the next morning at 10:00 AM on KCFM to hear the program in its entirety.
If you still missed it, or you just want to hear it again, come back to KCFM on the following Sunday at 10:00 for one more airing.
Coast Radio's Our Town can also be heard right here on kcst.com. If you missed it on the air, you can always come back and hear it here.
Our Town is sponsored on KCST by the Archives, Photo Restoration Specialist; Holloway and Associates CPAs; Andy Baber/Edward Jones Investments; Siuslaw Public Library , Lane Community College and PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center.
It airs on KCST, 106.9 FM the first Wednesday of every month from 4 to 6 pm; then again the next morning from ten to noon on KCFM AM1250/FM 104.1/FM 103.1.