Opinion & Editorial

Grange dinner enjoyed by 65

Dear Editor, Creswell Grange welcomed about 65 guests at their Annual Holiday Dinner and Open House on Dec.15. Everyone enjoyed the plentiful holiday feast, sang Christmas carols, and learned more about the Grange. Dinner included turkey, ham, pork loin, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, parsnips, green beans, stuffing, cranberry sauce, rolls,[Read More…]

In 2018, The Chronicle:

▲ Launched a new website in January 2018, making it much easier for readers to get the local scoop virtually. ▲ Expanded its monthly special sections including the Local Eats, Health and Home & Garden sections. ▲ Expanded Emerald Valley Magazine, as part of The Chronicle publication family, into Springfield.[Read More…]

PFFT, WHO SAYS PRINT IS DEAD?

In 2018, The Creswell Chronicle published 132 MORE PAGES than we printed in 2017, and 348 MORE PAGES than we printed in 2016. That means 480 pages have been added to The Chronicle since 2016, and we’re not done growing yet. 2016 Chronicle page count 12-page newspaper: 9 16-page newspaper:[Read More…]

Alternative therapies in cancer treatment

Dear Dr. Roach: I wonder why you never talk about holistic measures to prevent illnesses, such as cancer. I just read an article by an oncologist who said there are certain anti-cancer supplements that work, including vitamin D, magnolia extract and artichoke extract, all of which have been shown in[Read More…]

Looking ahead, looking back – Chronicle Columnist

As you read this you are probably in that strange zone of crumpled Christmas wrappings and thinking about a new year in front of you. With both Christmas and New Year’s falling on the first of the week it puts a funny spin on things holiday. Well, that’s the luck[Read More…]

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