Lane County

‘Tridemic’ not holiday threat, yet 

For the better part of two years, people in our community were isolated. Children didn’t go to school, parents worked from home, and public events were canceled and postponed in an effort to keep people from getting sick. And that may have been effective, but now another problem has arisen. [Read More…]

McKenzie Fire Coverage and Resources

BOB WILLIAMS/FOR THE CHRONICLE This is a compilation of regularly updated, free Chronicle news coverage surrounding the McKenzie fires and available resources collected from verified sources.  If you have resource information to add, please email [email protected]  Stay safe. Chronicle News Coverage:

August cop log, by the numbers

Each month, Lane County Sheriff Office Creswell Sergeant Scott Denham currates a sheriff’s log for calls received and presents it to Creswell City Council. During this presentation, Denham presents call volumes and numbers of cases generated throughout the month, and also provides graphs and comparative charts for council to examine[Read More…]

Lane County Health & Human Services Announces Loss of Patient and Client Information

Lane County Health & Human Services (H&HS) announced that 49 boxes containing 566 Community Health Centers of Lane County patient medical information files and 149 Lane County Developmental Disabilities client files were lost. Contained within the lost records were medical histories, addresses, contact information and social security numbers. On June[Read More…]