Spring college graduates University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Springfield: Sonya Peres-Lopez, College of Nursing, bachelor of science, nursing George Fox University Creswell: Valerie DeHaven, master of arts in teaching Springfield: Everett Dowdy, bachelor of science in elementary education Springfield: Elizabeth Raymundo Rafael, bachelor of arts in business administration Spring Dean’s list Eastern[Read More…]
CRESWELL – Creswell Middle School sent three students to Atlanta, Georgia in late June to compete in the National Future Business Leaders of America Leadership (FBLA) Conference. FBLA is an American student organization that helps youth become involved in, and prepared for, a future in the business world. This year[Read More…]
Cottage Grove High COTTAGE GROVE – Thankfully, Wisper Pilling sees the world from a vastly different lens than the one she used as a 5-year-old. “She wanted to quit kindergarten – she said she hated it and just wanted to go,” said her mother, Penelope Pilling, after Saturday’s outdoor commencement[Read More…]
Each term, the University of Oregon names its top students to the dean’s list in recognition of their academic achievements, and 4,556 UO students qualified for the honor for winter term 2023, including the following area students: Cottage Grove Mikaela Blomquist, sophomore, educational foundations Caleb Boxberger, sophomore, educational foundations Hailey[Read More…]
Creslane Elementary School, Creswell Middle School, and Creswell Christian Academy Students of the Month were not provided by press time. They will be printed in an upcoming edition.
COTTAGE GROVE — “Out of an abundance of caution,” on Monday, the South Lane School District decided to move its school board meeting from an in-person gathering to zoom. Earlier this week, district staff received a report of a “threat specifically targeting the upcoming South Lane School District school board[Read More…]
Editor’s Note: The video used in this article has been edited for length. The full 25-minute video can be found here. COTTAGE GROVE – A school board candidate forum in Cottage Grove this week turned physical in response to a woman’s chant denouncing anti-transgender rhetoric. The forum was hosted by[Read More…]
BLUE RIVER — During the heat and challenge of the Holiday Farm Fire, which flattened 173,393 acres of rural Lane County in 2020, McKenzie High School emerged as a safe space — a hub for families, friends and community members to gather, grieve, and lean on each other. The unincorporated[Read More…]