Bob DenOuden

Bob DenOuden graduated from the University of Oregon in 1988 and received a masters degree from the University of Idaho in 1998. He is the GIS Performance Analyst for the City of Bend and a former analyst and geographer with Lane Council of Governments in Eugene. He has interests in Pacific Northwest geography and history, as well as hydrology and "sense of place." 

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  • Heppner flood of 1903

    In the rolling wheat fields of north-central Oregon's Morrow County lies the city of Heppner. Willow Creek meanders through the center of town, a stream that normally runs only ankle deep by mid-June.  After leaving its head-waters in the Blue Mountains, Willow Creek enters a narrow valley through …

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