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 By Erin Tierney    News    March 28, 2019

Six file, two contested in school board election

Six people have filed for the four open seats on Creswell School Board (CSB), with some new and some old faces stepping up to the plate to the May 21 election. Terms for Chair Tim Rogers, Vice-Chair...

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    March 28, 2019

Deputy resigns

The Creswell deputy under investigation for misconduct on duty has resigned from Lane County Sheriff's Office, effective March 22. Deputy Bryan Holiman, 43, was with LCSO since 2001 and has been a...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    March 28, 2019

Public gives input on super search

The Creswell School Board enlisted community feedback through an online survey and input sessions on March 21 and 22 to help create a list of qualities and qualifications that the board would utilize...

 
 By Crystal Perdue    News    March 28, 2019

Creswell schools seek more collaboration with area volunteers

My name is Crystal Perdue and I am the Family Resource Coordinator for the Creswell School District. I have been in this position for a little over a year now, and my role is short in description but...

 

Shining a light on Oregon's suicide crisis Preventing suicide is a collaborative effort

In 2018, more than 800 people in Oregon died by suicide. While suicide is the second-leading cause of death among our young people (ages 10-24), Oregon's highest rate of suicide is actually among men...

 

Superintendent search: A perspective, present and future

Editor’s note: This community view was presented at the March Creswell School Board meeting during the public input section. It has been my experience and opinion of the Creswell School District that there has been only a few areas that have...

 

Through the Eyes of the Colonel: On-demand movies, PBS provide options

I realize that the programs on commercial TV are paid for by corporations that advertise to sell their products. The programs now on prime time sure have changed. Sensationalism, mayhem, sexual...

 

Emerald Valley Armory celebrates one year in new location

For local gun enthusiasts, Emerald Valley Armory has been a staple in the Creswell community since it was founded by Raye Gunter in late 2011. One year ago, on March 20, 2018, Gunter relocated to 147...

 

Winter weakens, spring kills: Late snow creates tough conditions for big game

In January, deer and elk in Oregon were in good body condition, and it looked like another mild winter for the state. Then came February. "We got two feet of snow in 24 hours here in central Oregon...

 

Outdoors Notes

Turkey hunting workshop Just in time for spring turkey season, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will host a turkey hunting workshop for adult participants (age 18 and older) on Saturday, April...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    March 28, 2019

UO Ducks host 16-team Duck Invite at Emerald Valley

The University of Oregon Ducks golf team hosted their 30th Annual Duck Invite March 25-26 at Emerald Valley Golf Club. Sixteen college teams – including Oregon, Oregon State, Pacific, Seattle,...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    March 28, 2019

Lady Dawgs' offense, defense tested in 0-2 week

It was a rough week of softball for the Creswell Lady Bulldogs, who fell 4-18 in six innings to visiting Colton on March 18 and 1-6 to visiting 4A Elmira on March 19. Errors plagued the Lady Dawgs...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    March 28, 2019

Smith, Bettis lead CHS track team at Tualatin

Creswell track and field athlete Gauge Smith followed up his three-win performance at the Pleasant Hill Icebreaker on March 13 by winning both the events he participated in during the 23-team...

 

Sports Schedule

Baseball Thursday, March 28 Creswell at Scio, Volcanoes Spring Break Tourney, Salem, 2 p.m. Pleasant Hill at Central, Volcanoes Spring Break Tourney, Salem, 7 p.m. Friday, March 29 Pleasant Hill at...

 

Sports Results

Mens Results Men's 100 Meters - Creswell Results 6. Devin Johnson, 12.30; 20. Jude Layton, 12.95. Men's 200 Meters Varsity – Creswell Results 1. Gauge Smith, 23.22; 3. Devin Johnson, 25.16. Men's...

 

Meet the CHS Bulldogs: Spring 2019 - Tennis & Track and Field

Tennis: From left: Makaela Seiber, Chance Leach, Evan Stephens, Ethan Stephens, Skye Leach, Tristan Desmet, Carly Wilkerson, Maisy Allen, Kylee Whitson, Emme Whitson, Brooklyn Jones, Tara Keepers,...

 

Meet the CHS Bulldogs: Spring 2019 - Baseball Varsity & Baseball JV

Baseball Varsity: From left: Back Row: Assistant Coach Zane Butler, Hunter Christensen, Levi Bones, Austin Gabriel, Dean Howard, Jarek Hodge, Dawson Sharkey and Head Coach Tyler Main, Front Row: Jax...

 

Meet the CHS Bulldogs: Spring 2019 - Softball & Golf

Softball: From left: Top: Brett Giles, Aubrie Hatch, Destiney Black, Kim Olvera, Carter Kruger, Emma Maness, Gracelyn Ehrich, Jenessa Mallory, Morgan Janshen and Bryant Risa; Bottom: Gabby Halgren,...

 
 By Mike Rothgeb    Health    March 28, 2019

Camas Swale Medical Clinic: Family-Focused Healthcare

Board Certified in Family Medicine, Doctor Damon Armitage, owner of Camas Swale Medical Clinic, has a lot to offer the Creswell and Eugene communities. He provides services ranging from preventive...

 
 By Mike Rothgeb    Health    March 28, 2019

Creswell HealthMart Pharmacy: Family-Owned, Community-Focused

Locally owned by Jeannie and Brian Marr, Creswell Health Mart Pharmacy opened in August 2017 and has created quite the buzz among the Creswell and Southern Lane County communities. River Road Health...

 
 By Yaakov Levine    Health    March 28, 2019

Nutritionally Speaking: Sauerkraut–simple and easy–grow your own

I was just out for a day-off walk with our new pup, and it was great to have the sun shining and buds appearing on the lilacs and other shrubs. As our plants' juices get running again after the long...

 

'Big Dance' update

Men's tournament The Ducks won both of their games in San Jose, and move on to the Sweet 16 to face Virginia today. Oregon (12) is the only double-digit seed still alive in the tournament, and the...

 
 By Don Williams    News    March 28, 2019

The Carousel Corner: Business After Hours a success

I would like to thank the wonderful citizens of Southern Lane County and Chamber members who participated in Business After Hours at King Estate Winery and the temporary home of the restoration of...

 
 By Dana Merryday    News    March 28, 2019

A peek into the past

For a town that is only 122 years old, Cottage Grove sure has packed a lot of history into that time. Not only has a lot of water flowed under its covered bridges but the folks here take their...

 

Thoughts from the desk at Kalapuya Books…

Store owner Hal, in his days as a legendary Hoedad, planted almost half a million trees while Betsy homesteaded with family on land miles from the nearest neighbors. They invested their love of the land in the naming of Kalapuya Books, an intention...

 

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