Now Hear This: Canby

Episode 199: Cars & Coffee

August 23, 2020

News and More: Six candidates will vie for three seats on the Canby City Council, a field that includes a few familiar faces — and some brand-new ones. The state's new emergency relief program runs out of cash. Interim City Amanda Zeiber will not be staying on to help on-board her replacement.

Canby Conversation: Today, we head over to neighboring Aurora to get the skinny on a couple of the town's newest projects. The first is Conroy Classics, a unique mixed-use development that just may have been scientifically created in a laboratory to be the perfect project for Aurora, Oregon.

After the Break: Samantha Ribb and Paula Robson, the mother-daughter team behind Aurora's brand-new roadside espresso stand, Chug Coffee, take us for a ride. Chug holds its official grand opening today, Aug. 24! Check them out!

This Week's Sponsors: Odd Moe's PizzaCanby Liquor StoreReif & Hunsaker P.C.DirectLinkAdvantage MortgageWild Hare Saloon

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