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 By Yaakov Levine    Health    May 31, 2018

Nutritionally Speaking: Simple food rules for cancer prevention

These days, we are all hearing about more and more people succumbing to cancers of many types. As a cancer survivor myself, I have found renewed hope and inspiration in Michael Pollan's book, "Food...

 By Jeannie Marr    Health    May 31, 2018

Medication synchronization, delivery and therapy management

Q: I am helping take care of my aging parents and managing all their medications. It can be quite confusing and tedious at times keeping them all straight, requesting refills and knowing what they...

 By Damon Armitage    Health    May 31, 2018

Caring for the skin you live in

With spring in full swing and summer right around the corner, many people are taking steps to improve their appearance. For high school students this may include preparing for prom, a formal event or...

 By Alaina Thomson    Health    May 31, 2018

Shared decision-making: Take control of your own healthcare journey

A pillar of Therapeutic Associates is advocating for and cultivating a team-focused culture and atmosphere. This is not just a tenet of the employees of Therapeutic Associates, but the intention is...

 By Erin Tierney    News    May 31, 2018

Saginaw mill up in flames

This year's Memorial Day weekend came with some extra sparks in southern Lane County, after fire fully engulfed a mill in Saginaw on Sunday, May 26. Whitsell Manufacturing at 32910 E. Saginaw Road...

 By Gini Davis    News    May 31, 2018

'So Long, Farewell'

The celebration was bittersweet and there was no shortage of smiles or tears as three Creswell Christian School seniors, one eighth grader and five kindergartners were honored as the Class of 2018 ...



Richard and Barbara Heyman of Creswell celebrate Memorial Day. Heyman, 94, served in World War ii, the Korean War and the Vietnam War....

 By Erin Tierney    News    May 31, 2018


Wanna test your endurance? Try running nonstop for a week. Can't do it? A bird's got you beat. It's the human equivalent to the longest uninterrupted bird migration ever measured - 7,145 miles...


Delmar "Bud" Edwin Fisher

Delmar "Bud" Edwin Fisher, 89, of Creswell passed away May 24, 2018. Bud was born Jan. 11, 1929, in Goshen to Lawrence and Cora (Neal) Fisher. He graduated from Cottage Grove High School in 1947.... Full story



BOSCH - Sarah and Alex Bosch, of Creswell, welcomed a baby girl to the world on May 16, 2018. PRIOR - Jade Prior Clark, of Creswell, welcomed a baby girl to the world on May 17, 2018. ASHLEY - Cassedea and Steve Ashley welcomed a baby girl to the...

 By Gini Davis    News    May 31, 2018

Sixth graders experience nature at Outdoor School

Building birdhouses, painting rocks, examining owl pellets, riding a zipline, campfire skits performed by staff, campfire songs led by Music Director Sandi Green, and more provided Creswell Middle Sch...



ELMIRA ALL-SCHOOL REUNION - SATURDAY, JUNE 23 The Elmira All-School Reunion will be held on Saturday, June 23 at 10 a.m., located at Elmira Middle School. There will be a potluck at noon. Please... Full story

 By Richard Heyman    Opinion    May 31, 2018

Reminiscing about holiday parades and celebrations past

When I was a young lad in the 1930s there were several holidays that were observed every year. Naturally they included New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July (Independence Day), Labor Day,...


Letter to the editor helps obtain information needed

Dear Editor, Thank you so much for printing my appeal for help a few weeks ago. The day that the paper came out, I got a call with the information I needed on the Gay-Cogswell cemetery. I called the owners and got permission and forwarded the phone...



Dear Editor, As the Chairman of the Creswell City Council Public Safety Committee I would like to take this opportunity to thank the many people who made the City of Creswell’s first-ever Emergency Preparedness Fair possible. The Public Safety Comm...



Over 100 years ago, a Creswell resident discarded a two-ounce druggist bottle filled with a distilled elixir, likely a chloroform compound for toothache, produced by A.G. Andersen, a well-regarded pha...


Fishing is free June 2-3 in Oregon

It's free to fish, crab or clam in Oregon on Saturday and Sunday, June 2 and 3. During these two days, no fishing licenses or tags (including a Combined Angling Tag or Columbia River Basin... Full story


New state forest recreation rules adjust fees

Recent rule changes adopted by the Oregon Board of Forestry adjust camping fees in state forests, provide additional benefits to qualifying military veterans and active-duty service members, revise... Full story


Celebrate state parks day with free camping, day-use, events

Free camping, free parking and special events highlight State Parks Day on Saturday, June 2. More than a dozen state parks are holding free events that day, and camping is free at all tent, RV and... Full story

 By Gini Davis    Sports    May 31, 2018

Young shooters take aim at Junior Clay Target Championships

High school and middle school athletes competed in trap and skeet shooting during the 2018 Oregon Junior Clay Target Championships, hosted by Creswell Clay Target Sports on May 26-27. Local area...

 By Gini Davis    News    May 31, 2018

Vocal talents shine in CMS choir concert

One of the songs performed by the Creswell Middle School Choir during their end-of-year concert on May 22 – the challenging, enchanting "Follow the Drinking Gourd" – had been postponed from the...

 By Gini Davis    News    May 31, 2018

CHS welcomes 16 to National Honor Society

Sixteen students were inducted into the National Honor Society during Creswell High School's annual NHS Induction Ceremony on May 23. Sophomores Tara Keepers, Abby Hoggard, Kylee Whitson, Grace...

 By Gini Davis    News    May 31, 2018

'Tiger' talents on display at CMS Talent Show

Students at Creswell Middle School were treated to a "Tiger" Talent Show, featuring a variety of student performances and emceed by student Nikki Williams, during a special assembly on Friday, May...

 By Gini Davis    News    May 31, 2018

Concert, awards night showcases CHS musicians

Special awards were presented to outstanding student musicians as Creswell High School's music program presented their Spring Concert and Awards event on May 24. Caleb Holt received an award based on...

 By Erin Tierney    News    May 31, 2018

Preparedness Fair draws crowd, educates community

After nine months of preparation, and with an army of about 36 volunteers, the City of Creswell held their first-ever Emergency Preparedness Fair on May 19 at the Cobalt Activity Center. The purpose...


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