Loose Dogs in Creswell

IMAGE PROVIDED Joanne started her day by walking her two dogs like she does every day. A woman and her dog were coming towards her. Joanne was alarmed to see the large dog was not walking politely on its leash, but pulling the lady down the street. He pulled so[Read More…]

Creswell Turns the Big 1-4-5

1878 – John Tunnell installed a grist mill on the Coast Fork Willamette with the capacity to grind 50 barrels of flour a day. This $10,000 building was later converted into Creswell’s first electric system. It eventually became a full-time operation and was powered by a large wooden water wheel.[Read More…]

Lights shine on Niblock Lane

East Lane County Commissioners Gary Williams, Creswell Council President Richard Zettervall and EPUD’s Public Relations coordinator Patty Jo Angelini come to watch the installment of street lights on Niblock Lane. ERIN TIERNEY – THE CRESWELL CHRONICLE Thanks to a privately funded community campaign, four lights were installed on Niblock Lane[Read More…]



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