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CRESWELL – The weekend before Election Day, counter-protesters clashed as they took to the corners of First Street and Oregon Avenue.
It was scheduled as a Black Lives Matter protest on Nov. 1, after the first attempt on Sept. 27 was postponed due to wildfire smoke coupled with an intense reaction from the opposing end.
Standing in front of city hall were Black Lives Matter and social justice supporters; kitty-corner, in front of Creswell Library, stood those who said they were defending . . .