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Bonnie Lou Greenwood

Feb. 3, 1940 – Jan. 12, 2023 Our beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, Bonnie Lou Greenwood, peacefully made her way to be with the Lord on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2023 in Pleasant Hill, Ore.   Bonnie was born on Feb. 3, 1940 in Geneva, Neb. to Kenneth “Bob” Bennett and[Read More…]

Police logs: week of Jan. 26

MONDAY, JAN. 16 7:30 am: Vehicle stop, 400 A St. 12:25 pm: Stolen vehicle, 298 E. Oregon Ave. 1:32 pm: Illegal parking, E. Cloverdale Rd./Emerald Pkwy. 3:21 pm: Illegal parking, C St./S. 1st St. TUESDAY, JAN. 17 1:01 am: Vehicle stop, 85 Emerald Pkwy. 1:49 pm: Animal complaint, Evelyn St.[Read More…]

Classifies: week of Jan. 26

FOR SALE Close to Creswell! All items in good to very good condition. Serious inquiries only. Contact (541) 521-8632 or (541) 953-9945. Individual items: 1,000-gallon above-ground water storage tank. 6’ W x 5’ T. Stored under cover. $550. Optional ½-hp booster pump w/ tank. $250 … 10’ x 20’ canopy.[Read More…]

Legal notices: week of Jan. 26

TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALET.S. No.: OR-22-925549-BF Reference is made to that certain deed made by, BELIA NAVARRO as Grantor to CASCADE TITLE COMPANY, as trustee, in favor of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATIONS SYSTEMS, INC., AS BENEFICIARY, AS NOMINEE FOR OPES ADVISORS, INC., ITS SUCCESSOR AND ASSIGNS, as Beneficiary, dated 2/24/2017, recorded[Read More…]

Two dead, two arrested in Eugene shooting

EUGENE — Last week, shots fired at a Eugene home lead to the death of two people, and the subsequent arrest of two others.  The Eugene Police Department received a call of shots fired at 2810 W. 18th Ave. on Jan. 19 around 11:14 p.m. Arriving units found Breanna Don[Read More…]

ADA-design feedback sought in Cottage Grove

COTTAGE GROVE –   Engineers are looking for direction from the Cottage Grove City Council regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant ramps and corner bulb outs, the street/sidewalk widths and trees to help prepare their final drawings.  Engineers, with guidance from the 2015 Main Street Refinement Plan, have created conceptual[Read More…]

New funding opportunities at United Way Lane

United Way of Lane County has opened three funding opportunities for local nonprofits and initiatives with the intention of investing $650,000 in the 2023 cycle. Two grant opportunities will support nonprofits and coalitions helping children and youth succeed; the third grant will support initiatives advancing racial justice locally. Applications are[Read More…]

Lane receives housing vouchers for residents with disabilities

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley last week announced that six Oregon counties, including Lane County, will receive 80 vouchers from the Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) to fund permanent affordable housing assistance to Oregonians with extreme mental health concerns and disabilities.  Lane County[Read More…]

Public safety projects receive funding

A federal spending bill signed this month will provide $3.1M to Lane County for critical public safety projects, including:  •$176,000 to the Lane County Sheriff’s Office to replace its Dispatch Center consoles. The dispatch center is an all-day, every-day operation that provides critical emergency communications services to deputies across Lane[Read More…]

What’s going on across from City Hall?

SPRINGFIELD — A cascading truss system failure occurred in the city-owned Carter Building across the street from City Hall.  The structural failure impacted approximately 8,000 square feet of the 12,500 square-foot building. Independent engineering analysis conducted on behalf of the City’s insurer concluded that there is no cost-effective manner to[Read More…]



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