1 May 2016
- Sherman County Historical Museum Opens for the Season, May 1
- The Art of Taxidermy with Joe Dabulskis at the Sherman County Museum, May 1
- Weather: Sherman Experiment Station April Statistics
- Links: Things to Think About & Things to Do
- Editorial Policy: Spiritual Matters, a Friday Column
- Editorial Policy: News, Calendar and Classified Ads
- Editorial Policy: Letters to the Editor
“Women wore corsets, bustles and hoop skirts. They rode sidesaddle. They braided their hair and sported bangs. Babies were delivered at home. Most men wore a long beard, and everybody sported a mustache. It was hard to tell what color the beard was for the tobacco smoke, dust, gravy and egg in it.” ~ Curtis A. Tom [1880-1960]
1. Sherman County Historical Museum Opens for the Season, May 1
Moro, OR – On May 1st the national award-winning Sherman County Historical Museum opens for the season and visitors are welcome daily 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. through October.
During the month of May take in the artwork of students from Sherman County Elementary and Journey Through Time, and learn about Sherman County and enjoy the exhibits that share this county’s heritage. All visitors will enjoy being greeted by the friendly volunteers and experiencing the first-rate interpretive and hands-on exhibits at the museum as they learn about Sherman County.
The Sherman County Historical Museum is located at 200 Dewey Street in Moro, Oregon. For more information call 541-565-3232 or visit our Facebook page and website: www.shermanmuseum.org
2. TODAY! The Art of Taxidermy with Joe Dabulskis
Along with viewing artifacts and photographs of the past check out the temporary display The Art of Taxidermy. Visit the museum today, Sunday, May 1st from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and learn more about taxidermy, preservation and local wildlife with Joe Dabulskis. See Joe as he works on and demonstrates how taxidermy is done while enjoying his stories and appreciation of our local wildlife.
3. Weather: Sherman Experiment Station April Statistics
~ Erling Jacobsen
|2016||air temp||air temp||air temp||snow||snow||wind||evapor.||evapor.||evapor.||evapor.||max water||min water||soil temp||soil temp||soil temp||soil temp||APRIL|
|APRIL||max||min||current||precip||new||on grnd.||MPD||reading||adjust.||daily||year total||temp||temp||4″ max||4″min||4″set||12″||2016|
|Total precipitation for April 2016 is .12″ which is .68″ below normal.||The average minimum air temperature is 40.4°.|
|Total precipitation for 2015/2016 crop year is 9.29″ which is .03″ below normal.||The average air temperature for April 2016 is 53.5°.|
|The highest air temperature was 81° on the 20th.||The long term average air temperature for April is 47.5°.|
|The lowest air temperature was 31° on the 16th .||4″ soil temperature ranged from 73° to 49°.|
|Long time air temperature averages indicate we could expect 76° and 26°.||The average daily windspeed of 6.3 mph is 1.2 above normal.|
|The average maximum air temperature is 66.6°.||Evaporation was 7.5″ which is 2.39″ above normal.|
4. Links: Things to Think About & Things to Do
The Sandy Post http://portlandtribune.com/sandy-post-news/
Western Ag Reporter https://www.westernagreporter.com/janda/index.php
Saudi Arabia. Mohammed bin Salman — face of future http://www.arabnews.com/content/mohammed-bin-salman-%E2%80%94-face-future
An Amazing Walk on the Statue, Christ the Redeemer https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/VxlKZereog0?rel=0
Commentary: The World According to Trump http://freedomsback.com/charles-krauthammer/the-world-according-to-trump/
20 items that are driving up your grocery bill http://www.oregonlive.com/foodday/index.ssf/2016/02/20_items_that_are_driving_up_y.html?mid=facebook_keywee&kwp_0=115178&kwp_4=560602&kwp_1=295508#0
War. The Red Zone. France’s Zone Rouge is a lingering reminder of World War I http://education.nationalgeographic.org/news/red-zone/
5. Editorial Policy: Spiritual Matters, a Friday Column
A Friday column, Spiritual Matters, is intended to welcome, inform and inspire.
- First: Recognized/organized churches and faith groups in Sherman County are invited to participate.
- Second: Current Rotation (red) & Openings UPDATED 4/10/16
- 1st Friday: Wasco Church of Christ, Christian & Moro Community Presbyterian
- 2nd Friday: Grass Valley Baptist & Wasco Catholic
- 3rd Friday: Baha’i & Kent Baptist
- 4th Friday: Wasco United Methodist, Rufus Baptist & Grass Valley Catholic
- 5th Friday [to be determined by the Editor or proposed by a participant]
- Third: Articles must be submitted by 5 p.m. Wednesday for Friday publication. Please limit messages to 300 words or less.
- Fourth: Attacks on another faith, a previous Spiritual Matters article or author will not be published.
- Fifth: The subject matter should be spiritual and inspirational, calling people to faith, and may include doctrinal understandings.
- Sixth: The editor reserves the right to decline to publish articles.
- Seventh: Please let us know if you wish to participate in the Spiritual Matters rotation for Sherman County eNews.
6. Editorial Policy: News, Calendar and Classified Ads
Please submit your news releases, messages, calendar dates and classified ads by using the SUBMIT NEWS page! Suggestion! You might want to note reminders on your personal calendar!
Please! Use Friday Classifieds for thank you and congratulatory notes, commendations, and ads.
Sherman County eNews publishes free Classifieds on Fridays – deadline Wednesday at 5. Include who, what, where, when, how, why… and, please, a final Friday date (shown in small numerals at the end of the ad), contact information, under 50 words if possible, and limited to the area Columbia River south to include Shaniko and Antelope and between the John Day and Deschutes rivers. Links welcome.
7. Editorial Policy: Letters to the Editor
Sherman County eNews welcomes Letters to the Editor.
- Keep it short, no longer than 300 words.
- Keep it simple with one or two clear points. No attachments.
- Keep it fresh with no more than one letter per writer per month.
- Keep it civilized, in good taste and free from libel.
- Keep it relevant with focus on a local event, previous letter or issues of general concern – not personalities.
- Letters must be signed, name and town. Anonymous letters will not be posted.
- Letters posted in Sherman County eNews are posted for the exchange of ideas and opinions of its readers and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editor.
- Sherman County eNews reserves the right to change policies at any time and to reject or edit any Letter to the Editor.
- Please send letters to the Editor by using the SUBMIT NEWS button.