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50 First Names Only

The 48th Annual Eugene/Springfield Joint Chamber Golf Classic – a partnership of the Eugene and Springfield chambers.  The Chronicle was delighted to sponsor and participate in the event this past Friday at Pine Ridge Golf Club. The weather could not have been better. The course was in great shape, and[Read More…]

Fifty first names only

It was almost 10 years ago when my wife brought home a “foster” cat one afternoon following her volunteer shift at Mary’s Kitty Korner in Granby, Conn. I put foster in quotes because, if you know Dee Dee at all, this was a full-on adoption right from the start. He[Read More…]

Fifty first names only

An overview of the cottage Grove High School job fair in early June. This edition of The Chronicle marks a milestone – a bittersweet one.  Before purchasing the paper in February 2019, I spoke to several publishers of weekly newspapers around the country for guidance and insight. They all counseled[Read More…]

Midwives, McKenzie-Willamette provide unique birthing opportunity

PHOTOS: WHEN A BELLY BLOOMS PHOTOGRAPHY – A couple completes a water birth together. “It increases maternal satisfaction and is safe for babies,” said Kanya Del Pozzo, a certified midwife and nurse practitioner. SPRINGFIELD – You might say that ever since the water birth program was first offered inside McKenzie-Willamette[Read More…]

Privacy, convenience driving at-home colorectal screening

Parker Ensuring good health is easier than ever these days, and many testing procedures are less distasteful than ever.  People already enjoy the benefits of receiving life-sustaining medicine delivered to their front door. At-home test kits provide convenience, privacy and, in some cases, dignity.  So the increasing at-home medical testing[Read More…]