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Oregon Considered

Horning's Hideout Faces a Quieter Future

July 26, 2005

0726_hideout.jpgOn a handful of summer weekends the last few years, a valley outside North Plains has erupted with music.

Horning's Hideout concertgoers have been able to camp for days at a time while bands played to the forested hills. But complaints from neighbors and questions about safety led Washington County to stop three of this season's concerts.

Rob Manning reports that county commissioners will decide Tuesday night the fate of a multi-day festival, featuring the Colorado jam band, String Cheese Incident.

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Also on Tuesday's Oregon Considered

Oregon Health Plan Continues to Shrink

Budget Compromise Receives Jeers and Cheers in Salem

Federal Dams on Snake to Continue Spill for Fish

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