Getting Ready for the Fourth of July!

The Creswell Chamber of Commerce will be conducting its first planning meeting for its annual Fourth of July festivities on Thursday, Jan. 25, 7 p.m. at the Creswell Chamber of Commerce office located at 104 S. Mill St. #102 in Creswell. The meeting is open to anyone who wishes to[Read More…]

Creswell at Home receives$2,000 grant from CCUIF

During an awards ceremony held at the Seven Feathers Hotel and Casino Resort Center in Canyonville, Oregon on Jan. 9, the Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation (CCUIF) awarded $474,300 to 68 nonprofit organizations in seven southeastern Oregon counties. Creswell at Home Inc (CAH), which received a one-year grant of $2,000[Read More…]

Chronicle launches new website, expands online platforms

Out with the old and in with the new! Our redesigned website, has made its debut, and she’s a beaut! It’s been quite the ordeal, but we’re certain our readers will enjoy the new look. Chronicle staff has been working with Dan Wilcox of Lions Light Corporation for the[Read More…]

A Tribute to Creswell’s Own Fallen Hero

SCOTT OLSON The 50th anniversary observance of Duane Hodges’ death was held at the Creswell Library on Jan. 23rd . . . You’ve reached subscriber-only content Register for free to continue reading  Free 3-day trial Already a subscriber? Log in here.

Riding shotgun with the sergeant

Chronicle Editor Erin Tierney and LCSO Sergeant Scott Denham hang out for the day while patrolling in Creswell. Editor’s note: This is Part One of a two-part series about policing in The Friendly City. Did you know that Lane County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) offers ride-alongs to civilians? It’s an in-depth[Read More…]

There’s an appetite for healthy meals at CSD

Last week, CSD Business Manager Anna Houpt and Kitchen Manager Donna Taylor served sample meals to the Creswell School Board, showing off the new and improved school menu. School Board members Paul Randall and Natalie Smathers both agreed that their taste buds approved. ERIN TIERNEY – THE CRESWELL CHRONICLE Creslane[Read More…]

TIMELINE: The death of Duane Hodges, U.S.S. Pueblo

ARCHIVES THE CRESWELL CHRONICLE Editor’s Note: Jan. 23, 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the day that the North Korean Navy fired on the U.S. Navy ship, the U.S.S. Pueblo in the attack. Creswell native, Duane Hodges, 21, lost his life on the U.S.S. Pueblo. He was the only casualty[Read More…]

One Gro sued for $455k for alleged breach of contract

IMAGE PROVIDED A human resources company, Tradesmen International, LLC is suing One Gro Investments for $455,721 for an alleged breach of contract with the company. ”It’s a fairly large loan, and it’s not secured, so (Tradesmen) wanted to get a guarantee on it,” One Gro CEO Dan Isaacson told The[Read More…]

REVIEW: Creswell Food Pantry counts its 2017 blessings

Rose and Gerry Eldredge delivered approximately 500 gifts for Creswell Food Pantry customers, given throughout the month of December. SUSAN BLACHNIK The Creswell community has generously supported the Creswell Food Pantry this year. The fall food drives totaled 9,116 pounds! We thank Boy Scout Troop #28 and Cub Scout Pack[Read More…]