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 By Zach Silva    News    April 4, 2019

BREAKING THE SILENCE: Recognizing the signs of at-risk students, 1 of 4

Editor’s note: This is the first in a four-part special collaboration between the Cottage Grove Sentinel, The Creswell Chronicle, Siuslaw News and Newport News-Times focusing on the rising suicide...

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    April 4, 2019

Decades of sex abuse -Stephens takes plea deal, gets 55 years

A Creswell man entered into a specifically negotiated plea deal with Lane County District Attorney Patricia Perlow after being charged with decades of sex abuse to underage girls and young children....

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    April 4, 2019

Want more after school programs? Community meeting is April 11

On Thursday, April 11, there will be a community meeting on the possibility of getting a Creswell Boys & Girls Club - an organization that provides after-school programs for children. Creswell...

 

Singers awarded small arts, culture grant

Creswell Community Singers recently received a $2,500 grant form Oregon Community Foundation for 2018-19 operating expenses. "This grant is essential to our being able to purchase music, hire an...

 

What in tarnation?

Chronicle columnist Richard Heyman came across this rather large boulder on Melton Road on Monday. He suspects it likely fell off of a vehicle and was dragged to the side of the road. Does anyone...

 
 By Aliya Hall    Opinion    April 4, 2019

A freelance journalist's 'vacation'

When I first worked on this column, I was sitting in a London coffee shop outside of my Airbnb frantically trying to make deadline. I originally planned this trip last November, a 10-day excursion to...

 
 By Dana Merryday    Opinion    April 4, 2019

April is Earth Month

April showers bring May flowers, is something I learned in school. And after all of that snow it is a welcome relief to see spring really budding out. April is also the month we celebrate our one...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    April 4, 2019

Singing Creek Education Center moves to Cottage Grove

For those interested in Oregon and Oregon Trail history in Cottage Grove: There is good news. The Singing Creek Education Center is moving from Junction City's old granary to the Dr. Snapp House in...

 

Bridal Tasting Open House at The Village Green is April 7

The Village Green will host a Bridal Open House The Village Green on Sunday, April, 7 from 2 to 4 p.m. The event will be onsite at The Village Green, 725 Row River Road. Guests at the Bridal Open...

 

On Your Mark - Springfield hosts first-ever Run with a Cop

Run with a Cop on March 31 at Dorris Ranch was sponsored by the Eugene and Springfield Police Department to raise money for the Eugene and Springfield Special Olympics Program. The program offers...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    April 4, 2019

Jolene Leu Photography combines experience, affordability

Springfield photographer Jolene Leu wants to be there for brides and families who don't have a thousand dollar budget. With eight years of experience, Leu said photography doesn't have to cost an arm...

 
 By Gini Davis    News    April 4, 2019

Concert band rises to challenge of Disneyland stage

A spring break trip to Disneyland filled with fun, adventure and challenging musical performances continued a recently established tradition for the Creswell High School Concert Band, and by all...

 

Good 'Fry'day and Easter 'Yum'day in the Valley

For many, Easter Sunday entails family get-togethers, egg hunts, and the Easter Bunny. But what would Easter Sunday be without delicious food thrown in there, too? In Southern Lane County, residents...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    April 4, 2019

Four teams, four championships - Zags put exclamation point on Creswell's basketball future

Creswell Zags youth basketball teams – third-grade boys, fourth-grade boys, fourth-grade girls and fifth-grade boys – made a clean sweep of Eugene Kidsports' end-of-season tournaments, held March...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    April 4, 2019

Baseball team goes 1-2 at Volcanoes tourney

Creswell High School's varsity baseball team lost two games and won another last week during the Volcanoes Spring Break Tournament held at Volcanoes Stadium in Keizer. In their tournament opener on...

 

NCAA hoops update

MEN'S TOURNAMENT The 12th-seeded Ducks had their season ended by the Virginia Cavaliers the No. 1-ranked see in the South region. Oregon ends its season with a 25-13 record, including a four-game run...

 

Offbeat Oregon History: Umatilla mayor's wife had an 'election-day surprise' for him

It was around 2 p.m. on Election Day, in December of 1916, that Umatilla's mayor, E.E. Starcher, first discovered that he was not running unopposed for re-election. That's when someone mentioned to...

 
 By Pat Edwards    News    April 4, 2019

Sweet Lorane Community News

Last week, I wrote about Jim’s and my lifestyle changes while we were forced to function with one car. During that time, he was working through some mobility issues caused by tendonitis in his hip,...

 

Making it as a small family farm

In the age of corporate farming, Scott Byler said Delight Valley Farms and Saginaw Vineyards is one example of how a small family farm and vineyard can still be profitable. The farm has a total of...

 

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