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Peace … through unity  The Peace Through Unity event was held Thursday, Sept. 21 from 4-7 p.m. at Coiner Park for Cottage Grove community members to think back on the Hiroshima bombing, listen to speakers and music, and paint rocks for the City’s peace tree. “It was mainly a gathering[Read More…]

Help save The Chronicle: 114-year-old paper needs financial support – now

A few weeks ago while attending a business-networking luncheon, a woman stood and gave a testimonial regarding The Chronicle. Sitting among business leaders positioned around long tables, I had no idea where the speaker might be going with her comments. She wasn’t an advertiser and there had been no specific[Read More…]

A new beginning awaits the Becks

“The Lord had said to Abram, ‘Go from your country, your people and your father’s household to the land I will show you. I will make you into a great nation, and I will bless you; I will make your name great, and you will be a blessing. I will[Read More…]

Chronicle: 8 ONPA awards in advertising

The Chronicle added to its 2021 haul of statewide awards this past week when the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association held its AdCon event celebrating the best of print and online advertising – bringing the paper’s total to 22 awards for last year. The eight advertising-related awards – including five first-place[Read More…]

Garcia – Bork

Mervyn Isaac Garcia and Larissa Christine Bork are excited to announce their engagement. On Saturday, July 16, Mervyn asked Larissa to marry him at Hendricks park and had a surprise party waiting for them at Larissa’s mom’s house in the evening. Larissa was incredibly surprised and so thankful for everyone[Read More…]

Black, white and read all over: Chronicle celebrates expansion, relationships

BRAD COOK / THE CHRONICLE – From left: Erin Tierney, executive editor; Ryleigh Norgrove, reporter; Noel Nash, owner and publisher; and Denise Nash, chief operations officer and co-owner at the Cottage Grove ribbon cutting event. What’s that saying? Is it always darkest before dawn? We haven’t been shy about sharing[Read More…]

Almanac section, new voices part of growth

Ideas evolve, and so does The Chronicle. We first introduced the weekly Page 2 Emerald Valley Almanac in January 2020 to forge a direct connection to our agro-readers. The idea was sparked after a conversation with Creswell resident Patrick Mooney, whom I affectionately call “Pinecone Patrick.” He sells Oregon pinecones[Read More…]


WELCOME TO OUR WORLD  Stephanie and Chad Furlong welcomed Cora Isabel Furlong to the world on June 24, 2020 at 1:29 p.m. She was 8 pounds, 15 ounces and 21 inches long. Cora is the couple’s fourth daughter. Stephanie, formerly of Lorane, and Chad, formerly of Mohawk, now reside in[Read More…]

Expert river guide joins Chronicle

Frank Armendariz started his guide career on Oregon’s Deschutes River in 1984 as a contract fly fishing guide then outfitter and owner operator of Rivers Path Outfitters. They specialized in three- to five-day fly fishing/camp out trips on the lower 100 miles of that fabled river. Armendariz now brings his[Read More…]



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