The US Capitol Christmas tree will come from Sweet Home. (KOIN) Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. The US Capitol Christmas tree will come from Sweet Home. (KOIN) SWEET HOME, Ore. (KOIN) --- A tree from Sweet Home will be the People's Tree at the US Capitol nex to 75 companion trees next Christmas.The Sweet Home Ranger District says the tree has yet to be chosen.
WILSONVILLE, Ore. (KOIN) -- The first American sports car -- one that grew out of the US experiences of World War 2 -- turns 65 this year. And World of Speed in Wilsonville is set with a splendid birthday celebration for the Corvette. A 1963 Corvette with a split rear window, easily the most recognizable and widely appreciated member of the Corvette family of cars, is one of 15 classic Corvettes representing all 7 generations of Corvettes are on display at World of Speed.
Volunteers with SOLVE picked up trash along MLK Blvd in Portland on MLK Day, January 15, 2018 (KOIN) Related CoveragePORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — When Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in 1968, he was in Memphis to lead a march on behalf of garbage workers for better pay and better work conditions.
Ten thousand ornaments also need to be made in Oregon, 75 quilted tree skirts, also need to accompany trees to the Capitol. Look for ornament making get-togethers in the near future across Oregon. #koin6newshttps://t.co/Paf7hUnzMt
Sweet Home Ranger District in Willamette National Forest has been chosen to provide Christmas Tree and 75 smaller companion trees that'll stand near the US Capitol next Christmas. #koin6newshttps://t.co/IiGwffQALI
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