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  • Washington County MuseumWashington County Museum Portland, Oregon
    The Washington County Museum is a history museum in the unincorporated area of Washington County, Oregon at the Portland Community College's Rock Creek Campus and opened in 1975, managed by the Washington County Historical Society. Their main mission is to preserve the history of the region, and one of the most interesting displays is the original Washington County Jail that was constructed in 1853. Local historian Albert E. Tozier donated his marvelous collection of maps, books, artifacts and other relics to the county historical society in the 1930s. The Washington County Historical Society was created in 1956 and in 1975, they wanted to begin a history museum. From 1975 to 1987, the county owned and managed the museum, which was located in downtown Hillsboro, Oregon inside the Heidel House and in 1982, they constructed a new museum building at the Rock Creek campus that opened in January 1983. In September of 1987, the society took over management of the museum and in 2007, started a $1.7 million enlargement that would double the size of the space, with the Oregon State Beavers basketball coach, Craig Robinson being the master of ceremonies, and getting $90,000 for the museum.

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  • Sauvie Island Wildlife AreaSauvie Island Wildlife Area Portland, Oregon
    Sauvie Island is located near Portland, Oregon, and is the biggest island along the Columbia River with over 26,000 acres. It was originally called Wapato Island or Wapato Island and sits about 10 miles from the city of Portland. A lot of the interior of the island is water, with Sturgeon Lake, being the biggest and is located in the north central area of the island. The majority of the land is located in Multnomah County, with the northern third being located in Columbia County. Sauvie Island bridge allows a way to travel to the island across Multnomah Channel from US 30. Most of the land on the island is used for wildlife refuge and farming, with a little over 1000 residents living there, according to the 2000 census. A small grocery store and industrial zone occupies the southeast corner, by the bridge; with numerous bike riders coming here because of the flat lands and long low traffic roads.

January 11, 2011