COVID Cruise Night live shot

Sat Apr 04 21:05:49 PDT 2020

COVID Cruise Night live shot

Patrick Johnstone is live for the COVID cruise night

Less Rain, More Sun

The rest of the week will bring more sun and milder temperatures with the rain chances retreating to the east. Sun, cloud mix for Tuesday with highs in the mid 70s. Patchy morning fog can't be ruled out.

Memorial Day Parade

Memorial Day Parade

Jacque Harms Goodbye Parade

Come help us say goodbye to Jacque Harms at a parade tonight at 6 pm out in front of the office at 402 S Dewey. You can drive by, honk, and wave to send her off on her new journey!

Community Calendar 5/25/20

Here's a look at our community events for May 25!

Everyday Heroes: Stan Weatherly, Ping Pong Table

Today's Everyday Hero is Stan Weatherly! His wife, Sherry, says Papa Stan helped put this air hockey table together for the grand kids. He always helps the neighbors whenever they need it! Remember you can share your Everyday Hero with us in the "Everyday Heroes" album on the KNOP News App.


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