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Creswell VFW to celebrate diamond anniversary

CRESWELL - The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4039 will be celebrating 75 years of serving the needs of local veterans and their families on March 16. The Diamond Anniversary Award Citation is...

 

Spreading the love

CRESWELL - Last week, Creswell Grange put together 39 Valentine's Day treat bags for the Meals on Wheels program. Dottie Jennings, public relations officer, said the Grange partakes in similar...

 

Thurston Hills, forestry, trails assessment released

THURSTON - A revised Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Thurston Hills Non-Motorized Trails and Forest Management Project was released last week and includes five alternatives for the project. The...

 

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Lowell native at Navy readiness center

BREMERTON, Wash. – Lowell native Emma Nolan said her experience with Navy medicine has been eye-opening. Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Nolan graduated from Lowell Junior/Senior High School in 2014...

 

Middle school holding can, plastic bottle drive

CRESWELL – Wondering what to do with all the leftover cans and plastic bottles after your Super Bowl party? Creswell Middle School will take them off your hands. Drop off cans and plastic bottles...

 

Eyster says he's running for mayor

SPRINGFIELD - Mike Eyster is running for Springfield mayor this year, he announced on Tuesday. "I'm running for mayor because I care deeply about Springfield," he said. "As a champion for our city and...

 

Sheriff seeking public assistance

EUGENE - The Lane County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in identifying possible victims in a sex abuse case. Sheriff's Office investigators are continuing to look into a report of sex...

 

'Arsenic and Old Lace' kicks off CT season

COTTAGE GROVE - Kicking off its 38th season with a tale of merry mayhem and murderous aunts, "Arsenic and Old Lace" opens Jan. 31 for a three-weekend run at the Cottage Theatre. In Joseph...

 

New script contest for summer youth production

COTTAGE GROVE – Jan. 31 is the deadline for local writers to submit entries to Cottage Theatre's first new script contest. The theatre is seeking a playwright collaborator to help craft its 2020...

 

Something to squeal over

SPRINGFIELD - You don't have to be a pig to appreciate a nice "sow-prise" just around Christmastime – like peering out of your window only to find a large pig in your yard. That's what happened to...

 

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