Corbett Oregon is located between the Sandy River and Crown Point on the Columbia River Historic Highway. We are at the mouth of the beautiful Columbia River Gorge twenty miles east of Portland on the way to Hood River. It is the goal of the web site to encourage participation and community by providing a […]
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A big thank you to Corbett residents Jim Stein and Joel Harrington. They donated a full day of their time on Saturday to install the Corbett repeater in the gorge. Also, one of our county Radio Shop technicians, Marty, spent his entire Saturday on this installation, without pay, to get this project done! Very dedicated! This […]
In the spring of 1981, the TIMBER WINDS was published for the second time. Take a look below to explore Volume 1. No. 2. and select here for the first Volume. Enjoy a look back!
Corbett Connector Business Directory The Corbett Connector is created by Michelle Smith of REMAX EQUITY GROUP for Corbett Oregon. Select here to view the directory. This year there is also a map available for those interested. Select here for the map. As a former local long time resident, Michelle also has created a blog filled with interesting interviews of our local […]
Springdale’s first registered Little Free Library -Donnie Endicott and Wally Hunt, Bright Star Farm ” I wanted to do something for our great neighborhood and my husband made the fatal mistake of announcing he needed a project. The result was the construction and installation of Springdale’s first registered Little Free Library. Location We installed it […]
About Jeff Lucas After graduating from Corbett High School in 1989, Jeff Lucas joined the Navy and ultimately achieved his lifelong dream to become a Navy SEAL. Jeff reached the pinnacle of success in 2004 when he was named Navy SEAL of the year – Jeffrey was truly the best-of-the-best! On June 28, 2005 Jeff Lucas […]
March 23, 2013 Pacific smelt typically spend three to five years in saltwater from Northern California to Alaska before returning to freshwater to spawn from late winter through midspring. In the portion of the species’ range that lies south of the U.S.–Canadian border — the population addressed by the endangered species listing — most smelt […]