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 By Erin Tierney    News    February 28, 2019

Problems, some fun snowballs out of winter storm

Late Sunday and Monday, Creswell got hammered with an estimated 18 inches of snow, leaving many without power, cell service and without open stores to buy supplies. The storm on Feb. 24 and 25...

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    February 28, 2019

Cal Taylor: Been here since '32

Some are fortunate to have lived a long, well-intentioned life; the rest of us can only hope for the same. In the meantime, we are fortunate enough to hear stories of a life well-spent - like...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    February 28, 2019

land needs analysis committee - Operating industrial land a focus

As the Land Needs Analysis Committee met for their fifth meeting on Feb. 22 to discuss the revised draft of economic development policies, a specific goal came to mind: Focusing on getting Creswell's...

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    February 28, 2019

State Rep. Wilde visits Creswell

Oregon State Representative Marty Wilde (D-D-11) hosted a town hall at Creswell City Hall on Feb. 19, and heard from a handful of community members about issues ranging from vaccinations to housing...

 

Family Relief Nursery announces new executive director

Family Relief Nursery recently announced Peggy Whalen as the new executive director. This comes after the board revitalized their executive director search in January when Diane Hazen announced that...

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    February 28, 2019

Missionaries to visit Church of Christ this weekend

To show support for Missions Week, Creswell Church of Christ will welcome missionaries Kathy and Keith Ham to their service on Sunday, March 3 at 10 a.m, located at 380 Kings Row. The couple visited...

 

Hunted

As the cougar crouched 20 yards away, the arrow I shot passed over its head. A clear miss and now the cougar moved even closer. I knew an attack would come very soon. This began in Eastern Oregon 13 miles east of Ukiah on an elk hunting trip with my...

 

Complaints not tracked, logged at Creswell schools

I have heard comments from many different people, none good, about trying to complain to the schools on just about anything — be it how something is done or a complaint directed at an employee. I was on the school board, in particular on the...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    February 28, 2019

Parks and Tree Advisory Committee: Arbor Day planning includes coloring poster contest

Arbor Day will be held at the Cobalt Activity Center on Saturday, April, 27 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m., the Parks and Tree Advisory Committee decided on their Feb. 12 meeting at 10 a.m. With press...

 

Spring bear hunt draw results now available

The spring bear hunt draw results are now available. Login at the MyODFW.com licensing page and look under Recreational Portfolio / Controlled Hunts to view results, or call Oregon Department of Fish...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    February 28, 2019

Bulldogs' state basketball run dead-ends at Dayton

The Bulldogs battled, but Creswell's run at the OSAA 3A Boys' Basketball State Championships ended Feb. 22 with a first-round state playoff loss on the road, 48-75, to third-ranked Dayton. The...

 

Pleasant Hill wins against Catlin Gavel in first round of playoffs

Billies Jonny Oljace (middle) is celebrated by his team after hitting a three point shot during the fourth quarter of the Pleasant Hill vs Catlin Gabel game on Feb. 22. The Pleasant Hill Billies won...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    February 28, 2019

Wrestlers end run at state, set sights on 2020

Both members of the Creswell Bulldogs wrestling team who competed last weekend at the OSAA 3A Wrestling State Championships went two-and-out in the tournament, but had some strong, assertive moments...

 

Let's talk nutrition!

March is National Nutrition Month, and it's a good time to start exploring local options for healthy produce as the Farmer's Markets get underway. It's also a great time to think about what can be...

 

Confusion Over Women's Heart Attack Symptoms

DEAR DR. ROACH: My question is about symptoms for women's heart attacks. I have always heard that symptoms for women can be much different from men's. Instead of the chest-clutching, sharp pain that...

 

Nutritionally Speaking: So, what's the big deal with Keto?

As we explored in last weeks column, we have so many choices to ponder when we consider which eating plan to choose, it can make our heads spin. The latest diet that's on fire is the Ketogenic Diet -...

 

Sweet Lorane Community News

The Unicorn Ranch in Lorane has just announced that it is signing area-based youth from ages eight to 19 for its Lane County 4-H programs. They will definitely have a horse project, but they are also considering adding art, agriculture, growing...

 

Offbeat Oregon History - Youngsters' summer shipwreck adventure couldn't happen in today's world

The first day of summer vacation in 1930 was a real red-letter day for Washington High School students Stan Allyn and Wally Stenlake. Of course, every high-school kid looks forward to that first day...

 

Cottage Grove bridges: pardon our dust

There are currently four out of five ways open to cross the Coast Fork of the Willamette River. Things are about to be a little more complicated for travelers in the present, but in the future all...

 

'Making way for customers'

Cascade Home Center in Creswell was "making way for customers" on Tuesday, Feb. 26....

 

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